JS Humidifiers takes on the Condair name

JS Humidifiers, Condair, humidification

JS Humidifiers has rebranded to Condair Plc (since 15 October 2014). The company became a member of the Condair Group in 2011 and has been offering the Condair brand to customers as well as developing and manufacturing Condair products for distribution through Condair’s global sales network.

The factory at Littlehampton manufactures the recently launched Condair ME evaporative humidifier and cooler, the JetSpray compressed-air and water-spray humidifier and the PureFlo reverse-osmosis water-treatment system. It also offers the full Condair humidification range to customers, with a compressive service of advice, design, supply, installation, commissioning, maintenance and spares supply.

Condair has wholly owned sales offices in 14 countries, including JS, and distribution partners in 45 more.

Tim Scott, head of sales, said, ‘We feel the time is right now for us to take on the global brand of Condair to allow us to streamline our local and international operations, as well as communicate our role within the wider organisation.’

JS Air Curtains and JS Dessicants remain as they are without change.

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