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Tozour Energy Systems Ramps Up AERCO Product Line After BAASE Acquisition

Commercial HVAC company also expands offerings of Weil pumps and Thrush heat exchangers Tozour Energy Systems (TES), Philadelphia’s leading commercial HVAC and building automation provider, continues its expansion of product offerings which includes AERCO boilers, Weil pumps, Thrush heat exchangers, pumps and expansion tanks. Tozour’s recent acquisition of The Baase Company of Warminster, Pennsylvania has created the opportunity for TES to offer high-quality heating systems and parts to Tozour and Baase clients. Tozour’s commitment to saving energy through cooling lines and building controls has expanded into high-quality heating systems. The addition of AERCO’s full product line increases Tozour’s ability to reduce overall heating costs and provide smaller, more efficient boiler systems for clients. The Modulex EXT boiler, Esteem 399 wall-hung boiler and AM series boiler and water heater are just some of the AERCO products and parts that are available. “Offering AERCO lines to our clients helps us expand our service, parts and[...]

Tozour Energy Systems – A Proud Princeton University Supplier

Tozour Energy Systems is proud to have provided the energy plant at Princeton University with a condensing heat recovery system to improve the efficiency of its cogeneration plant. This system, along with high-efficiency Trane centrifugal chillers, is helping the university save more than $1 million in energy costs annually. Read more about the history and future of Princeton University’s cogeneration plant in Sustainable Business Magazine. Tozour Energy Systems offers state-of-the-art system solutions, including high efficiency HVAC equipment and controls from Trane and other product partners. Let Tozour Energy Systems reduce energy costs in your building while improving comfort with customized, measurable and sustainable solutions.

A Few Minutes with Kevin Duffy, President of Tozour Energy Systems

After announcing the acquisition of The Baase Company, Tozour President Kevin Duffy talked with the Philadelphia Business Journal about the deal. It’s a Q&A article that touches on Tozour’s history with Baase and how the deal came together. Here’s a snippet: Why make this move? They are a shop of five people, three of whom retired with this deal and we brought two of their folks on board. We have a broader coverage and sell Trane equipment. This is adding to the products we can offer. This is a good time to be acquiring. We have a strong balance sheet and financial position and will keep an eye out for other acquisitions we can make. This is the first company we have bought.   To read the full story, click here. The news release has more details: Tozour Energy Systems Acquires The Baase Company

Tozour Energy Systems Breaks Down the Latest Refrigerant Legislation

Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a phase-out plan on several commonly-used, high-Global Warning Potential (GWP) refrigerants effective as early as 2021. Centrifugal chillers, positive displacement chillers, cold storage warehouses and other retail refrigeration equipment may be affected by this change. Common chiller refrigerants included under the new regulations include R-134a, R410A, R407C, R-245fa and more. In an effort to reduce the threat of harmful emissions affecting the local environment, the EPA has released new listings of safer substitutes to replace the newly prohibited refrigerants. Tozour Energy Systems has the product access and expertise to help you through this phase-out period and assist in ensuring your facility’s equipment is operating in accordance with these new regulations.  

Alleviate The Bidding Blues with U.S. Communities

You may be familiar with, or perhaps you’re already enjoying, the benefits of a national purchasing co-op for your institution’s supplies, materials, and even vehicle needs. However, you may not be aware that Trane has recently been awarded a national contract with the leading government purchasing cooperative in the country, U.S. Communities. More than 55,000 registered agencies, education institutions, and nonprofits utilize U.S. Communities contracts to procure more than 1.8 billion dollars in products and services annually.