Hawco Expands Product Offering

August 3, 2009
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SURREY, U.K. - Hawco, an international controls and refrigeration engineering service provider and distributor, has expanded its refrigeration and air conditioning product offering with the addition of more than 40 Carly product families. Carly, a designer and manufacturer of refrigeration and air conditioning components, produces sight glasses, driers, receivers, filters, and chemical cleaning maintenance products for a wide range of international markets.

By combining Hawco’s engineering expertise with Carly’s product offering, Hawco will be able to offer customers additional solutions in filtering, decontamination, and oil management, as well as reduction in noise pollution and vibration, said the company.

“Hawco meets its OEM customers’ and contractors’ needs with off-the-shelf components and fully customized, unique solutions that satisfy energy-efficient and high-performance requirements,” said the company. “With the addition of more than 1,000 Carly components, Hawco significantly expands its product lines serving refrigeration, air conditioning, renewable energy, and industrial maintenance applications.”

“Carly’s partnership with Hawco is another example of our continued effort to provide customers with the most reliable and sophisticated products available,” said Gary Bennett, managing director of Hawco. “Carly’s dedication to customer support and service fits very well with Hawco’s business model of supporting OEM and contractor customers, and enabling a total refrigeration solution.”

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Publication date: 08/03/2009

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