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In digital test instruments, Supco featured a low-cost carbon monoxide meter (CO1000); a multi-tasking open-clamp, current probe and DMM (CPO70); and a low-temperature infrared laser guided thermometer (LIT8LT).
The company also announced a master distributor agreement with Jason Industries, adding its line of “Multi-Plus” V-belts for air conditioning and heating applications.
Among its hot surface igniter product line was its SIG1000 universal hot surface igniter. The company said it is designed to replace more than 70 original part numbers from manufacturers, including Carrier, Norton, Rheem, and Robert Shaw. The SIG1000 offers easy installation and minimizes inventory, the company said.
Meanwhile, a recent master distributor agreement with Climate Technology Corp. (CTC) has allowed Supco to offer mechanical and digital wall thermostats, available in programmable and nonprogrammable styles.
Last but not least, Supco introduced what it called “the final piece to its hard start puzzle”: its new SK3W Series three-wire hard starts.
The company said they “provide the professional an OEM option when the application calls for a hard start.” With its existing two-wire PTC and electronic potential relay (EPR)-style hard starts, the company said “the SK3W Series completes the picture.”
For more information, visit www.supco.com.
Publication date: 03/03/2003