AXA Power Launches New PCA

AXA Power claims that its PCA units produce lower energy costs, less noise and less downtime. (AXA Power)

 

AXA Power claims that its PCA units produce lower energy costs, less noise and less downtime. (AXA Power)

Denmark-based AXA Power has launched a new Pre-Conditioned Air (PCA) unit at inter airport Europe 2011.  The PCA 210 is described as the “optimal choice for wide-body and A380 aircraft.”
Its capacity is double the size of the company’s previous PCA 130 (released in 2010) and can potentially deliver subzero air output temperature.  It is also optimised for 400 as well as for 460V by a frequency of 50 / 60Hz.  The PCA 210 has two hoses but with a built-in automatic damper, can operate with only one.
AXA Power claims that its PCA units deliver “the exact flow of cool air that is required – not more, not less.”  This purportedly results in lower energy costs, less noise and less downtime.
VP International Sales and Marketing Poul Elvstroem stated that New Doha International Airport will take delivery of the new unit, after its previous purchase of 50 PCA 130s.
AXA Power can be found in Hall B5, Stand 1130.