Comlux America and AMAC Aerospace order CTT’s Cair system

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Comlux America of Indianapolis, USA, has ordered CTT Systems’ Cair humidification system to be installed, during autumn 2014, on an ACJ320. “We have already installed the Cair system in an ACJ320, an ACJ319, a BBJ3, a B757, and on an ongoing Airbus VIP project,” said James Soleo, CEO of Comlux America. “We are thoroughly convinced of the added value of the Cair system for Comlux VIP clientele.”

Meanwhile, AMAC Aerospace of Switzerland has ordered the Cair system to be installed on an ACJ319. The installation should be performed during autumn 2014. It is the sixth Cair order from AMAC Aerospace. “AMAC Aerospace is very pleased to be working again with CTT,” says Tracey Hawthorne-Kurz, director of purchasing and logistics at AMAC Aerospace. “We had a very strong collaboration on a previous project, which was a driving factor for choosing them again.”

Cair produces a relative humidity of around 20%, compared to 3-5% without. It is based on evaporative cooling technology and uses a method that CTT says effectively precludes the transfer of bacteria within the aircraft. The dual-purpose system also incorporates the Zonal Drying system to counter condensation problems.

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