Air Quality Control Equipment suppliers
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Hussmann Canada Inc.
Testo Inc. Manufacturer
Sparta, New Jersey
Enervex, Inc. Manufacturer
Johnson Controls-UPG Division (York) Manufacturer
Imperial Manufacturing Group Manufacturer
Richibucto, New Brunswick
Today the firm has become a world class manufacturer of more than 7,000 heating, air conditioning, ventilation and building products for residential and light commercial applications. It has over 800 employees working in 700,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehouse space spread in facilities across North America. It is an acknowledged innovator in the design and production of indoor air quality equipment for North American heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry.
IMG has also just triumphed over thousands of other applicants to be named a Canada¿s 50 Best Managed Companies (Best Managed) Award, a prestigious award sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post and Queen¿s School of Business.
Throughout the years, IMG has acquired and absorbed 17 companies and now operates 10 diversified divisions. The company¿s facilities are located in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, and the United States
SEMCO, LLC Manufacturer
Amaircare Corporation Manufacturer
Desert Aire Corp. Manufacturer
Air Innovations Manufacturer
North Syracuse, New York
Munters Corporation Manufacturer
DeltaTrak, Inc. Manufacturer
Goodman Company Canada Manufacturer
Met One Instruments, Inc. Manufacturer
Grants Pass, Oregon
Permatron Corporation Manufacturer
Elk Grove Village, Illinois
THe Armstrong Monitoring Corporation Manufacturer
Panasonic Canada Inc. Manufacturer
PURE Humidifier Company Manufacturer
vänEE Ventilation Manufacturer
The vänEE story begins in 1980 with Rick Olmstead founding Conservation Energy Systems Inc. However, the origins of the vänEE product really begin with the energy crisis of the e arly 1970¿s that created concerns about energy security in North America.
Those concerns led to research and development of the first super insulated homes, and an appreciation for the indoor air quality issues that were created when air leakage was reduced dramatically. Traditionally homes were very dry during winter due to excessive air leakage, so humidification was required for comfort and health. Once air-sealed, homes retained moisture and chemical contaminants that were unhealthy for the occupants and the building. The need for controlled ventilation for the health of the occupants and the security of the building was soon identified.