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Overland Park, KS SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc., a full-line, full-service industry leader in the design and manufacture of evaporative and air-cooled heat exchangers, announces additions to the Cube Evaporative Condenser product line. An ideal option for industrial refrigeration applications that require safe design, installation and operation with ammonia and other refrigerants, Cube Evaporative Condensers are available in both forced draft/blow through (BTC) and induced draft/draw through (DTC) models. New DTC models are now available in 8.5-feet nominal widths.

Produced as part of a unique collaboration between SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. and SGS Refrigeration, Inc., a manufacturer of industrial evaporators based in Dixon, IL, Cube Evaporative Condensers are fabricated and assembled at U.S. manufacturing plants. Strong galvanized steel houses high quality mechanical and heat transfer systems. Stainless steel component options allow customization to address the most demanding environmental and service life requirements.

Cube Evaporative Condensers were specifically designed to simplify field installation, with easy alignment of top and bottom modules, minimal fasteners, and pre-assembled platform and guardrail options. Increased accessibility to both external and internal components helps speed routine inspection and maintenance.

Customers can choose from a broad range of models to meet the specific requirements of evaporative condensing applications. DTC models are available in three nominal widths, 8.5-feet (new), 10-feet, and 12-feet, and come in four nominal lengths, ranging from 12 to 36 feet. They also feature the Marley Geareducer® drive with 5-year warranty for low maintenance and reliable performance.

BTC models are offered in 10-foot and 12-foot nominal widths and four nominal lengths from 12 to 36 feet. The mechanical components and refrigeration coils are housed in heavy-duty galvanized steel to help provide corrosion protection, lower maintenance and longer service life. BTC models feature large rectangular access doors that provide easy interior access.

About SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc.:
SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of cooling towers, evaporative fluid coolers, evaporative condensers and air cooled heat exchangers providing full-service cooling solutions and support to customers in the power generation, petrochemical, industrial, refrigeration, and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) markets for more than 100 years. For more information, please visit http://www.spxcooling.com. SPX Cooling Technologies and its product brands are part of SPX Corporation.

About SPX Corporation:
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SPX Corporation is a leading supplier of highly engineered HVAC products, detection and measurement technologies and power equipment. With operations in about 20 countries, SPX Corporation had approximately $1.7 billion in annual revenues and approximately 6,000 employees worldwide in 2015. SPX Corporation is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol, “SPXC.” For more information, please visit http://www.spx.com. .

About SGS Refrigeration, Inc.
SGS Refrigeration Inc., founded in 2010 by industry veterans Peter Spellar and Ed Schinner, combines their more than 80 years of combined experience in the Industrial Refrigeration and Commercial Air Conditioning Industries and expertise in Research and Development, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, Mergers and Acquisitions and Executive Leadership. In March of 2013, SGS Refrigeration Inc. acquired the assets of the Krack Industrial Refrigeration business from Krack Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hussmann Corporation. SGS relocated Krack manufacturing from Monterrey, Mexico to a new SGS facility in Dixon, Illinois later that year. The SGS product offering includes axial-fan and centrifugal evaporators and product coolers used in a broad range of commercial and industrial refrigeration processes. For more information, visit the website at http://www.sgsrefrigeration.com.



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