Evapco
Employee owned manufacturing company
Founded in 1976
World Leader in Evaporative Cooling systems
EVAPCO
Industrieterrein Oost 4010
B-3700 Tongeren
Belgium



Phone: +32 12-395029
Fax: +32 12-238527

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The EVAPCO Group, an American Company founded in 1976, is the foremost supplier of Evaporative Cooling Products for the Air Conditioning, Industrial Process Cooling and Industrial Refrigeration Markets around the world. EVAPCO products are at present produced by 17 factories around the globe:


8 in the United States, 1 in Australia, 2 in China, 1 in South Africa, 1 in Egypt, 1 in Belgium, 2 in Italy and 1 in Denmark.


With these 17 plants, the company supplies about 42 countries through a sales network consisting of over 170 offices.


EVAPCO Europe is part of the EVAPCO Group. Strategically located in Tongeren, Belgium, EVAPCO’s European Headquarters support customers throughout Northern Europe and the Middle East. Southern Europe and the Mediterranean area are supported by the EVAPCO factory in Rho (Milano), Italy.


EVAPCO Europe is responsible for technical application, sales and after sales service to engineers, contractors and end-users in Continental Europe, the Mediterranean Area and the Middle East - a territory of more than 30 countries and a sales network of 55 sales offices, including a branch office in Germany.


Since its founding in 1976, the EVAPCO Group has experienced significant product acceptance and sales growth throughout the world.


This success is the result of EVAPCO's dedication to:


  • Research & Development
  • Quality Products
  • Competitive Prices
  • Customer Satisfaction


In 2008, EVAPCO achieved record sales for the 33rd consecutive year establishing itself as the industry leader, setting the standards for Quality and Service for others to follow. Proof of the company's commitment for innovation is that more than 75% of the sales in Europe represent products that have been introduced to the market less than 5 years ago.


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