Greenheck Launches Unison Comfort Technologies

April 12, 2010
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MINNEAPOLIS - Greenheck Fan Corp. formed a new entity, Unison Comfort Technologies. The primary focus of this entity will be the manufacture and sale of products and systems for the non-residential equipment sector of the HVAC market, including custom air handlers, value-added packaged rooftop units, and heating/cooling coils. In addition, Unison Comfort Technologies will have a systems and services group that provides enhanced customer support. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis. Jay Althof has been named president.

According to Althof, Unison Comfort Technologies will operate independently from Greenheck with its own sales representatives and manufacturing operations. “While owned by Greenheck, Unison Comfort Technologies is being formed to grow in market segments where Greenheck has had limited market presence,” said Althof. “Initially, we will focus on the U.S. market, but plan to expand internationally in the coming years.”

Unison Comfort Technologies will market three established brands previously supported by Greenheck. These brands include Innovent, Valent, and Precision Coils. Future plans include the addition of new products under each brand as well as new brands over time.

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Publication date: 04/12/2010

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