In campers and mobile homes there should be a cosy climate, even if it is hot, cold or wet outside. This means that the air must be able to circulate. The best solution always is if the traveller doesn’t notice this at all. Caravan manufacturers use Westaflex’s expertise when constructing and manufacturing flexible tube systems in order to attain the highest performance level regarding fresh air supply and heating whilst keeping the space taken up to a minimum.
Disturbing distractions due to environmental noise in open-plan offices and night-time noise disturbances in inner cities due to technical systems and ventilation fans prevent peace and quiet. Concentrated work during the day and the peace and quiet necessary for a restful sleep at night can usually only be attained through acoustic units and mufflers. Often fresh air supply and acoustic muffling are closely interconnected. In the control rooms of rail vehicles and ships engine noise needs to be reduced and the transport of air within enclosed rooms has to be ensured. Here acoustic solutions by Westaflex can be implemented which are customised for each individual noisemaker. Mineral fibre-free mufflers that have a high fire protection classification as well as micro-perforated surfaces ensure peace and quiet.
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WESTAFLEX® is a large global HVAC brand, owned by German company Westaflex Holding. Fresh air together with peace and quiet leads to a good quality of life. Westaflex in Gütersloh provides its innovative air conditioning and exhaust gas products to vehicle manufacturing, construction and trade customers on a global basis. These also include silent ACs for HVACR, be it in new buildings or those being renovated. Numerous product and process patents show the innovative spirit of the family-run business, headed by Dr. Peter and Jan Westerbarkey. Westaflex has a proven track record, not just among the wholesale trade and within the vehicle manufacturing industry. Even the Federal Environment Agency in Dessau uses Westaflex technology. The company began in 1933 when Lorenz and Ferdinand Westerbarkey, formerly prisoner of war during the Nazi era developed a coil-based tube forming maschine, the first stable and any-shape tube of its kind. The company's owner, named it Westaflex, from their family name Westerbarkey (meaning Westerflex HVAC products). Internationalisation during the 1960s propelled the WESTAFLEX brand to a wider global market. With presence in 32 countries on five continents, Westaflex engages in the majority of their business within Europe and North America.