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June 13, 2014: Hartzell Air Movement Names Rep for New York and New Jersey

Samuel Tepp Associates Offers More Than 250 Years of Combined Fan Application Knowledge

June 13, 2014
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PIQUA, Ohio — Hartzell Air Movement has announced that Samuel Tepp Associates LLC is the company’s new manufacturer’s rep for New York City Metro, Long Island, and northern New Jersey. Samuel Tepp has provided industrial and commercial air movement equipment since it was founded in 1959. With the Hartzell and Acme Fan product lines, Samuel Tepp offers more than 250 years of combined fan application knowledge to its customers.

The owners of Samuel Tepp Associates, Paul Cenci and Brian England, said, “We are thrilled to be able to utilize Hartzell products in key markets that include heavy industrial and wastewater.” The rep firm is actively involved in multiple local ASHRAE chapters and provides continuing education lectures for professional engineers as well as assistance with selection and design.

Chuck Abramson, Hartzell Air Movement’s director of sales, said, “The New York City Metro and outlying areas have lots of opportunities and needs for Hartzell industrial fans. Samuel Tepp is a great rep firm to represent our product mix and serve these customers.”

Hartzell Air Movement is a leading manufacturer of industrial air moving solutions for a variety of markets. For more information, visit www.hartzellairmovement.com.

Publication date: 6/9/2014

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