Energy-efficient production for air treatment.

Airwatergreen AB is a Swedish air treatment company that offers energy-efficient dehumidification in all climates.

Airwatergreen designs and manufactures desiccant dehumidifiers that effectively remove moisture and odour, which prolongs the life of buildings, goods and equipment, and creates a healthier workplace environment to stay in.

The products are designed with a patented technology called desiccant warm condensation, a technology that gives the products several unique advantages such as reducing the energy needed by half, a plug-n-play cost-efficient installation and the same efficiency in all temperatures down to minus degrees.

Today, Airwatergreen has close to 600 installations in 8 different countries.

Visit airwatergreen.com

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