LARGO, Fla. - PowerCold Corporation announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, PowerCold ComfortAir Solutions Inc., has partnered with the Halton Company to provide a HVAC kitchen system that features Halton's commercial kitchen ventilation equipment and PowerCold's HVAC systems. According to the companies, these integrated systems are designed to reduce energy and maintenance costs and provide individual humidity and temperature control of the entire kitchen space.

Jeff Hilbert, Halton national account manager, stated, "Halton Company assists our customers to improve the profitability of their operations by utilization of unique indoor climate technologies. These technologies are designed to increase the operational efficiency of the total building envelope while maintaining first cost objectives. Product and system innovation is an integral part of this market approach and consists of continuous research and development in system integration and operational functionality. A main focus of this strategy is to form unique partnerships that deliver cost-effective, innovative, and energy-efficient system solutions through integrated design strategies."

Robert Yoho, president of PowerCold ComfortAir Solutions, said, "Finally the national restaurant chains have a single source to take responsibility for the total cooling, heating, exhaust, space control, and air balance of the restaurant kitchen. Together with Halton, we furnish a fully integrated system using the latest and most energy-efficient HVAC systems. PowerCold provides a single source for design, equipment, installation, air balance, service, and space control of temperature and humidity. Our integrated, energy-efficient systems reduce power and maintenance costs, and cost no more than the present inefficient, ineffective systems."

Halton Company is a leading manufacturer in the commercial ventilation, kitchen ventilation, and food service industry, headquartered in Helsinki, Finland. PowerCold ComfortAir Solutions offers HVAC systems for commercial buildings, including national restaurant chains.

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Publication date: 10/11/2004