INFINAIR CORPORATION Sponsors Asia AMCA Technology Seminar


On June 26 and 27, 2018, the Asia AMCA's first two-day Asian Technology Seminar was held in Singapore as scheduled. As an Air Movement and Control Association, AMCA has long adhered to non-profit practices, user-oriented industry self-regulation standards and system certification for air handling equipment.

Headquartered in Singapore, Asia AMCA represents AMCA International and is responsible for certified ratings program and promotion in the Asia Pacific region, including China, Japan, Korea, Russia, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Its independent certification laboratory in Malaysia is equipped with front-end testing equipment for air and sound performance testing, damper testing and more.

At the conference, 12 senior experts from different countries shared their opinions about airflow in the system, fan selection, tunnel fan, EC technology, un-housed fan and wind wall system, vibration and balance, induced airflow exhaust system, fan sound, on-site commissioning, dampers, fire dampers, blinds selection and application.

INFINAIR CORPORATION attended the conference as one of the platinum sponsors of the conference.

Since it was founded, INFINAIR CORPORATION has been committed to the research and development and production of world-class ventilation equipment. In 2006, the INFINAIR lab was built in strict accordance with the AMCA 210 standard. Later in 2009 and 2011, it expanded the No. 1 and No. 2 wind chambers and won the AMCA laboratory accreditation (210 standard), becoming one of the first accredited laboratories in mainland China. In 2014, INFINAIR invested more than RMB 13 million into the construction of No. 3 air chamber (maximum test air volume of 200,000 CMH) and reverberation room (1,700 m3) for professional test of fan noise.

Up to now, the mainstream products of INFINAIR fans have AMCA certification, and some products even have international TUV SUD smoke removal certification, which can run continuously for 120 minutes at 300 °C, far exceeding the domestic industry standard (30 minutes at 280 °C).