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Making cooling greener, one step at time

In STULZ S.p.A., we strongly believe that it is our duty to help reduce the impact that air conditioning and refrigeration have on the environment.

We study the most environmentally friendly solutions, aiming for maximum free cooling and energy efficiency on the market and introducing low GWP refrigerants, and adopt procedures that make all our actions greener.

Green Mobility

E-Mobility: a new era for road transportation

The emissions from the use of fossil fuels for road transportation are one of the main causes of pollution in urban areas and of the increase in the greenhouse effect.

No wonder, then, that authorities all over the world are activating restrictions on the circulation of cars that do not respect precise emission parameters, pushing the automotive industry and consequently the energy suppliers,

New FlexIn CDI

We are glad to introduce the new high efficiency Cosmotec solution: the new air conditioner FlexIn CDI, with Inverter technology.

FlexIn CDI has flexibility  as strong point: for its cooling capacity (from 1000W to 4200W); for mounting options (external, semi-flush or flush); for the wide range of power supply voltages; wide operating range (from 10°C to 60°C,

New Plant: first anniversary

It has been one year since we opened our new production plant in Valeggio sul Mincio (VR): on the 27th September 2016 we opened the doors to clients and suppliers from all over the world, during a ceremony that gave us the chance to show the innovations of the structure.

If you are interested in taking a virtual tour of the different areas of our company, you can visit the tour section we published in the last few months.

Production – New Plant

We reach today the heart of the new production plant: the chillers lines, that will double the current production.

This zone too reveals how much the company cares about the quality of the work environment: the technical gasses has been centrally stored outside the building for maximum security, then transferred to each station with a distribution system; the working tables were designed and made ad hoc for the best ergonomics possible.