A manufacturing company, in 1922. In 1923, Ettore Riello developed his first oil burner for heating applications, marking the entrance into temperature control. He renamed his company to Riello Bruciatori, identified a need to implement seasonal stability within its manufacturing process. Giordano Riello, Ettore’s grandson and by now an active participant within the family business, identified the ideal if somewhat ambitious solution, the manufacture of air conditioning equipment.

From here the first to build split units in Europe, the move towards fan coils where Aermec is a world leader, continuous expansion adding the complete portfolio of differing air conditioning product solutions, an ever growing level of internationalization and the creation of Giordano Riello International Group, the group of companies of which Aermec is a part.

In 1990, Aermec migrates towards ever larger liquid chillers, continuously evolving the product range to beyond 2MW cooling capacity. Aermec revolutionises fan coil manufacturing: flexible robotics and advanced logistics ensure high productivity, elevated quality and rapid lead times.

In 2015, Aermec inaugurates what is currently Europe’s largest test chamber, accommodating units of up to 2MW capacity, used to perform testing on chillers and heat pumps up to 1500kW choosen by Eurovent for the certification.

In 2017, Aermec receives Innovation Award from the US Organizations ASHRAE, AHRI and AHR. Aermec receives “Prime Company” certificate for the economic strength and commercial reliability from the international rating company Dun & Bradstreet.

Reliability, safety, robustness and precision in the management of thermal loads are the basic features for ensuring the high performance of modern industrial processes and ambients, which are now focused on energy savings as an essential requirement in reducing the operating costs and environmental impact of the entire system.

For Aermec, the challenge has been to develop innovative, versatile and reliable products offering high performance and efficiency levels, integrated into smart management systems which can reduce total energy consumptions and promptly meet the needs of modern users who are increasingly aware of economic targets to be met and the application of the latest technologies