De Cardenas: Production of Centrifugal Fans and Axial Fans
In 1927, the young engineer Giulio De Cardenas decided to represent a renowned American fan factory for Italy on his own in Turin, starting a long history. After moving the business to Milan and starting its own manufacturing, De Cardenas grows by diversifying production to adapt to the market from time to time, specializing in the construction of fans and coils for air heating / cooling since 30s; later we arrive at plant engineering activities in the field of air conditioning, terrestrial and naval and the construction of systems for the depollution of fumes from large integral-cycle steel mills and of combustion gases discharged into the atmosphere by thermoelectric plants, as well as to large fans for thermoelectric power plants and for the steel industry. The new Arcore plant went into production in 1963. The company, which became mature for the world markets, was then accumulated to a large industrial group from which, in 1997, BOLDROCCHI took over the activity linked to Industrial Fans. With the evolution of the range of Boldrocchi products, the name De Cardenas returns today to be used on the market with a new range of fans that are produced in the historic Arcore plant following a genuine relaunch of the brand in synergy with the other companies of the Group. And the story goes on.
INDUSTRIAL FANS PRODUCTION
The Industrial Fans and De Cardenas are a combination of the beginning of the last century, therefore a guarantee of experience and competence in the sector. Today De Cardenas produces Centrifugal Fans, Axial Fans and Jet Fans for various industrial types and provides assistance, maintenance and control services on its own fans and on machines of other brands.
FIELDS OF APPLICATION
DE CARDENAS PHILOSOPHY IS CUSTOMER SATISFACTION:
DE CARDENAS produces Industrial Fans for Petrochemical Industries and Refineries, Steel Industries and Foundries, Chemical and Fertilizer Industries, Co-Generation and Energy Generation Plants, Incinerators and Waste-to-Energy Plants, Industrial Boilers, Paper Industries and glass factories, cement factories, pharmaceutical industries and railway sector Shipyards.