Air Conditioner Applications/Users
The following is a list of typical industrial customer types and applications for our air conditioning units.
Click on the links below for more detail on each type of unit and industrial application:
Harsh Environments for Industrial Users
Through-the-Wall (Window) Harsh-Duty Industrial Air Conditioners
Roof-Mount Harsh-Duty Industrial Air Conditioners
Ductless-Split Unit Harsh-Duty Industrial Air Conditioners
Explosion Proof Air Conditioners & HVAC for Hazardous Conditions
OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers)
Process-Control and Production Equipment
Medical and Emergency Equipment and Vehicles
Prefabricated Buildings and Special-Use Vehicles (Storage, Hazardous Goods, Crews, Military)
Cranes, Mining and Construction Equipment
Drag Lines, Pay loaders, Other Heavy Mining and Construction Equipment
Power Control and Supply Facilities
Military, Aerospace and Public
Guard Booths, Towers, Canteens and Sleeping Quarters
Adaptability to Wide Range of Extreme Conditions
Public Tunnels, Mass Transit, Sewage and Water Treatment
Missile Silos and Rocket Launch Locations, Military Production, Research and Testing Facilities
Emergency-Response Vehicles, Mobile Clinics, Mobile Laboratories
Wharfs, Offshore Installations, Barges and Ships
Distributors and HVAC Renting/Leasing Companies
Laboratory, Scientific and Test Equipment
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Wholesalers and Renters
Electrical Supplies and Equipment
For an overview of Aero Conditioner Company's harsh-duty air conditioners, Click here.
If you have a specific application in mind, please complete our Project Inquiry Form for Air Conditioners or Filtration.
An engineer will then prepare a proposal with our recommended solution.
If you have questions about how hazardous/explosive areas are classified, Click here.
For an overview of Aero Conditioner Company's low-maintenance and no-maintenance filtration systems, Click here.
All Aero Conditioner Company products retain their harsh-duty characteristics when modified for hazardous (“explosion-proof”) environments. Click here.
If you have more general questions or comments, please use our Contact Form.