Tozour Energy Systems Showcases Latest HVAC Technology
August 26, 2015 — Tozour Energy Systems and Seiberlich Trane Energy Services brought together top leaders in building automation at Xfinity Live! on Tuesday, Aug. 25 for product demonstrations and networking opportunities. The event featured a series of demonstrations by Climate Craft, Cooney Coil and KCC International, followed by a meet-and-greet happy hour inside Xfinity Live!
In the Xfinity Live! VIP lot, Climate Craft hosted a demonstration of the Knock Down Custom Air Handler. Cooney Coil showed off its Patented Freeze Protected Coils, while KCC International offered demonstrations of its 100% OA Units. Following the outdoor demonstrations, guests were invited inside to enjoy refreshments with other attendees.
“These new products, and the technology behind them, are game-changers for commercial buildings,” said Kevin Duffy, Tozour Energy Systems president. “We’re excited to have partnered with Seiberlich Trane to deliver an event that is both informative and fun.”
Tozour Energy Systems is the factory authorized Trane equipment, parts and supplies provider in the Philadelphia and South Jersey areas. This gives customers exclusive access to a team of dedicated service technicians, as well as an inventory of Trane cooling rental equipment, parts and supplies. For more information and to learn how Tozour experts can help your building save costs and energy, please visit tozourenergy.com.
About Tozour Energy Systems
Tozour Energy Systems is a full-service HVAC and building automation provider based in King of Prussia, Pa., and is a franchise of Trane, a business of Ingersoll Rand. The company provides customers with a diverse range of solutions including building automation, equipment services, energy conservation services, green building design, controls, parts, supplies and responsible technical support throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Philadelphia Business Journal, Tozour Energy Systems is a member of the Delaware Valley Green Building Council. For more information, visit tozourenergy.com.