Johnson Spares web site becomes major success

Published:  05 January, 2016

chiller, York, Johnson Controls

The transactional web site launched by Johnson Controls a year ago to enable engineers to purchase spares on line has proved to be a multi-million success. The EasyParts web site enables engineers to purchase major spares such as compressor rotors, valves and motors online. Top-selling items such as oil filters, sensors and chiller safety devices are all easily accessible. Orders placed before 14.30 h can be delivered next day.

John Pritchard, parts director for HVAC & R says, ‘The aim in setting up the service was to enable engineers and maintenance companies to order genuine replacement parts for York-brand chillers online.’

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