Klima-Therm and LH launch new web sites

Published:  08 September, 2016

Klima-Therm, LH PLC, air conditioning, Chillers, Turbocor

Klima-Therm and LH Plc have launched new web sites as part of strategic growth plans and to support the launch of the K-Turbo second-generation Turbocor chillers. The fully responsive sites automatically optimise the user experience according to the type of digital device used — including smart phones, phablets, tablets and desktop PCs.

The new web site provides information on products, projects, services and customer support — enabling users to be routed to the most appropriate point of contact.

The Klima-Therm site includes illustrated overviews of its equipment offering — including chillers, air-handling units, terminal units and systems. It includes a major section on turnkey solutions, consisting of a full bespoke design and installation service, offered in association with sister company LH.

The K-Turbo range achieves seasonal-efficiency gains of up to 22% compared to Turbomiser, as well as even lower servicing costs.



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