Implementation Sampless From Turkey

TAI PAINT WORKSHOP AND PAINT PROCESS SOLARWALL APPLICATION
Turkey, which Ankara and Turkey's most important institutions Aerospace Industries, Inc. The Paint Shop needed 40.000 m3 / h fresh air at 20 oC.
The system, which was used 24/7 during the months when it was needed, used to run with fresh air regardless of the outside temperature, so it consumed a high amount of natural gas.
As a result of the joint work of TAI and SolarWall engineers, TAI Paint Shop Division had the chance to use the world's most efficient renewable energy technology for 40 years without even maintenance.
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TOFAŞ PAINT PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT SOLARWALL APPLICATION
Bursa, one of Turkey's most important institutions and Turkey Automobile Factory Inc. Flash-off cabins in the paint production building needed 35,000 m3 / h fresh air at 40 oC.
The system, which was used 24/7 throughout the year, consumed a high amount of natural gas as it operated with fresh air regardless of the outside temperature.
As a result of the joint efforts of TOFAŞ and SolarWall engineers, TOFAŞ Paint Production Directorate acquired a system that was used for the first time in the world, which will later win it the Finalist Award in the European Union Environment Awards. "Car Drying Facility with Solar Energy"
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FORD OTOSAN GÖLCÜK FACILITIES SOLARWALL PAINTING APPLICATION
Ford is one of the world's major automotive manufacturers in Turkey and, after the results achieved in the so-larwall system Golcuk plant Sancaktepe chose Paintshop also on the premises. SolarWall Panels, which will perform the heating / preheating of the ARP devices used in the dyehouse process, use solar energy to keep the system at a temperature of 23C in summer and 28 in winter. Thus, energy saving is maximized with both natural gas and electricity.
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FORD OTOSAN SANCAKTEPE FACILITIES SOLARWALL APPLICATION
Ford is one of the world's major automotive manufacturers in Turkey and, after the American facilities in Turkey has decided to use the SolarWall single-hull forms.
In Sancaktepe facilities, spiral open type hot air generators were used before SolarWall technology to keep the environment in desired conditions. Instead of this highly inefficient system, the SolarWall system operating with 50% fresh air was installed.
As a result of the joint efforts of Ford and SolarWall engineers, Ford Sancaktepe Plant had the opportunity to use the world's most efficient renewable energy technology for 40 years without even maintenance.
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