SWEP Certified by AHRI

Published:  01 November, 2017

The SWEP Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger range has been certified by the North American Airconditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute. AHRI is a widely trusted source in testing and verifying performance certified heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration equipment and components.

Christer Frennfelt, manager for SWEP’s Consultant and Utility business, explains “Earning AHRI certification informs our existing and future customers that they can be sure that our design data projections will match-up to real life performance when our units are up and running. Put simply, if we say how one of our products will perform – that is how it will perform.

Frennfelt continues “AHRI’s is a globally recognized and industry respected certification program. And it’s not easy for a company’s products to achieve certification. Having it will help SWEP sell more products, win bids, differentiate ourselves from competitors, and comply with government requirements.”

For more information on this story, click here: November 2017, 167

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