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Cooling for the distillery

In a Danish distillery, it was not only the whisky that reached maximum temper­a­ture in the summer. The subse­quent instal­la­tion of two fans brought cooling for visi­tors and employees.

A striking wooden construc­tion, gigantic glass panels, and copper stills raising their heads to the sky: for visi­tors to the Stauning Whisky Destillery in Denmark, even the produc­tion building from outside is a sight to trea­sure. However, inside the distillery, it was becoming almost unbear­ably hot, espe­cially in the summer. The reason for this was the combi­na­tion of the large glass panels and the mash boiling in the copper stills.

Fortu­nately, two ebm-papst AxiBlade axial fans have recently been installed and provide an effec­tive solu­tion. They cool the room down, and thanks to their sleek design and quiet oper­a­tion, they neither distract from the overall impres­sion nor bother the visi­tors. They are controlled auto­mat­i­cally through the building tech­nology, but can be controlled indi­vid­u­ally if neces­sary.

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