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SpacePak and Supplier Team Up With High-Velocity Focus

February 27, 2006
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WESTFIELD, Mass. - SpacePak, a manufacturer of high-velocity air conditioning systems, has named Mid-Way Supply of Zion, Ill., as a distributor for the complete line of SpacePak air conditioners and heating units.

Mid-Way will stock SpacePak products at all seven of its distribution locations in Zion, Burr Ridge, Oak Forest, Mundelein, Rockford, Niles, and Wood Dale, Ill., to serve HVAC contractors throughout the area.

"We are very excited to have Mid-Way on the SpacePak sales team," said Brian Benard, marketing manager for SpacePak. "They have been a regionally recognized powerhouse in the industry since the early 1950s and will help us drive SpacePak sales throughout the region."

"We are thrilled and excited to be associated with a brand of the caliber of SpacePak, the originators of mini-duct air conditioning systems," said Karl Sisson, vice president of marketing at Mid-Way. "This brand enables us to offer our customers even broader air conditioning choices."

SpacePak is a high-velocity central air conditioning system available in 2-5 ton configurations. The system is ideal for use in homes and buildings without heating ducts, such as older homes, townhouses, and commercial buildings heated with hot water, steam, or radiant heat. The SpacePak system distributes cooled air through a network of 2-inch, insulated, flexible tubing that is installed inside the existing walls and ceilings. The visible "outlet" is a small, round air outlet about the diameter of a CD-ROM that can be located on ceilings, walls, or floors.

For additional information, call 413-568-9571 or visit

Publication date: 02/27/2006

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