Cair humidification chosen for Comlux America ACJ330

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CTT Systems has received an order for its Cair humidification system from Comlux America of Indianapolis, USA. The system is scheduled for installation during the second part of 2016 on an ACJ330-200. This is the 82nd order CTT has received for its Cair system on the VIP ACJ and BBJ platforms.

“We are delighted to once again work with Comlux (for the seventh time) and excited that we this time are selected for Comlux America’s first wide-body VIP completion,” said Peter Landquist, vice president of sales and marketing at CTT.

“We had a very strong collaboration on a previous project, which was a strong driving factor for choosing CTT,” said Arnaud Martin, executive vice president of operations for Comlux the Aviation Group, the parent company of Comlux America. “We look forward to working together with CTT on this new exciting project.”

Cair generates a relative humidity of approximately 20%, compared to 3-5% without. The humidifiers are based on evaporative cooling technology, which is designed to effectively precludes the transfer of bacteria and improve air quality by reducing particles in the cabin air. Cair also incorporates the Zonal Drying anti-condensation system.

January 8, 2016

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