This summer several cities in northern Belgium will have the benefit of new articulated vehicles with air conditioning courtesy of Hispacold equipment

27/07/2016

This summer several cities in northern Belgium will have the benefit of new articulated vehicles with air conditioning courtesy of Hispacold equipment

In the next few weeks the Belgian coach builder Van Hool will deliver 31 urban vehicles to the company De Lijn that will operate in the Belgian cities of Antwerp, Ghent and Bruges, and also in Limburg (Germany), among other locations.

All the units that have been installed use the new 9NAD model. This involves a high-efficiency, lightweight and compact design, specifically designed for 12-meter vehicles intended to operate in the climates of central Europe. It incorporates a cooling circuit in aluminum, motors without brushes in the fans and turbines and a recycling system that allows the entry of all outside air and the extraction of air from the interior of the bus.

Its mechanical fixing system makes its installation cleaner, easier and more economical.

It also makes it easier to maintain thanks to the accessibility of the system components and the incorporation of the frameless air intake filter.

The 9NAD model is adaptable to different configurations, from diesel vehicles to hybrid vehicles and also 100% electric vehicles.

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