Trox on winning form in South Africa

Published:  07 July, 2010

Trox, air conditioning
Trox has been involved in over half of the stadia staging the FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Almost the entire product range of Trox has been used to create innovative solutions for six of the 10 FIFA World Cup stadia in South Africa. Stadia and multi-function arenas are particularly demanding projects, but Trox was able to meet their requirements with its components and systems.

A variety of diffusers, filter elements and central air-handling units have been used in the construction of the new Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.

Trox products have also been used for refurbishment. In the Soccer City stadium, where the final game will be held, Trox external weather louvres, grilles and non-return dampers have been used. Trox has been represented in South Africa since 1970. Based in Pietermaritzburg, Trox South Africa develops, produces and supplies ventilation and air-conditioning components and systems for the African continent.

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