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Aspen Pumps Donates Pumps to FSW Training Centre

Aspen Pumps
17 November 2018 | Updated 18 November 2018
 

Aspen Pumps, the manufacturer and distributor of condensate removal pumps and ACR ancillaries, has donated Micro-v i4 and Silent+ Mini Lime pumps to the FSW training facility in Southampton.

Aspen’s products join other industry brands at the new facility, which provides product training for contractors to ensure they are up-to-date with the latest air conditioning technologies and systems. 

The award-winning Micro-v i4 was the first on-demand condensate pump on the market. As a result, the Micro-v i4 boasts cost and energy saving benefits, as well as quiet running and a longer life with a 2-year warranty. Meanwhile, the Silent+ Mini Lime is designed around a ‘total system approach’ and is ideal for offices, meeting rooms and other commercial uses.

 

Next generation

“FSW and Aspen Pumps have a long-standing relationship and we are thrilled to have been able to supply some of our products to be used in the new training facility,” said Mike Davies, National Sales Manager for Aspen Pumps. “As well as working with industry professionals, we are keen to support the next generation of HVAC installers and engineers and ensure they have access to the best equipment in the industry as they build their future careers.”

Picture: Aspen Pumps has donated Micro-v i4 and Silent+ Mini Lime pumps to the FSW training facility.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 17 November 2018

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