AccuAir Inc., Bard Engineered HVAC Product Specialists and Distributors, is proud to provide Life-Cycle Service support to their customers.
Life-Cycle Service means that AccuAir support is available for any stage of a project, from product education, conceptual design, unit selection, installation, construction coordination, operations, maintenance and even unit replacement. Life Cycle Service is only one part of what makes AccuAir such an eff ective and valuable partner for mechanical engineers, consultants, educational facilities, maintenance directors, government and public facilities, architects and design-build contractors. Another part is the people.
“Experience is a key factor in what AccuAir off ers,” stated Engineered Products Manager Frank Suranyi. “Everyone here is a specialist. Not just on our products but on our markets as well. Also, we have design tools to calculate loads and make equipment selections. We review architectural and mechanical plans to make certain our products fi t the application and we provide the same level of support from the smallest job to the biggest project.”
With over 12 years’ experience as an engineered products manager, Frank is well known and respected in the design-build arena. He is joined in outside sales and support by Penny Anderson and Luis Rinzivillo. They are all active members of ASHRAE.
Penny worked for a HVAC service and installation contractor for 10 years prior to joining AccuAir 14 years ago. In addition to supporting the Bard engineered products she is a telecom market specialist. “We help contractors stay out of trouble by overseeing the design right through the installation. We conduct on-site surveys and make suggestions on best practices and equipment-specifi c recommendations because ultimately the contractors’ concern is for the enduser to be happy.”
Luis, a mechanical engineer, has held sales engineering positions with Flow Control Technology, Carrier Corporation, Schneider Electric and Siemens Building Technologies. Luis brings years of HVAC industry experience to AccuAir and strong familiarity with the South Florida Market.
AccuAir’s staff also includes inside sales support personnel, fi eld service technicians and warehouse and administrative employees.
The combination of equipment and inventory makes up the fi nal component of AccuAir’s value offering. Recognized as a leader in the HVAC industry, Bard Manufacturing combines quality products with innovation and technological advances to deliver highperformance heating and cooling products to the commercial and institutional markets that AccuAir serves. “We pride ourselves on having products on hand when it’s needed, whether it’s a large scale school project or a single replacement,” Frank said.
“Because of our large inventory and our ability to make specialty modifi cations to existing units per factory specifications, we can meet demands for equipment, controls and parts that aren’t typically readily available.”
AccuAir Inc. inventories several hundred units along with a large selection of parts and accessories at its 26,500 square feet headquarters located at 2900 W. Orange Avenue, Apopka, FL. In addition to warehouse space and offices, the building features training and conference rooms. The Bard Touring Mobile Showroom, a specially-outfitted product trailer designed to effectively approximate the environment of a classroom or office, is based at this location.
For more information about AccuAir, call 877.322.2824, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.accuaironline.com.