Dean Scicluna joined Munters in 1999 and has 20 years’ experience in critical process design with close temperature and humidity control systems. Having worked on an impressive list of almost one thousand projects, Dean is well known in the industry as a specialist in energy efficiency and alternative technologies. Pioneering the introducing of Indirect Evaporative Cooling to the Australasian region, Dean now holds an impressive base of almost 20MW of Indirect Evaporative Cooling installed capacity.
Since 2011 Dean has been building Munters’ Data Centre business in the APAC region specialising in Indirect Evaporative Cooling and Makeup Air Humidity control systems including both dehumidification and humidification devices. His involvement and cooperation with Global Engineering and Project design teams has resulted in arguably the most energy efficient data centres in the region.