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Espar now offering legacy Carrier AC systems in N. America

Posted on July 11, 2014

Espar Climate Control Systems now manufacturing the legacy Carrier AC 310 and AC 350 roof mounted AC Systems in North America.

In 2010, ESPAR’S parent company Eberspaecher purchased the assets of the Carrier Sutrak for Europe, the Middle East, Africa, India and Mexico. Espar Climate Control Systems a provider of fuel operated heaters in North America since 1974 initially accepted the responsibility to provide support for the Eberspaecher AC systems being imported on Van Hool, Volvo and TEMSA coaches.

Espar is now manufacturing the LEGACY AC 310 and AC 350 Roof Mounted AC Systems, which are popular in the school bus and shuttle coach markets. These systems are currently distributed though industry partners American Cooling Technology/Pro Air and TransArctic, which provide sales, installation and service support.

Espar is currently developing other systems for varied markets requiring primarily roof mounted AC Systems.

Espar Products is the manufacturer of fuel operated heaters, known for their capability of reducing significant fuel costs and associated green house gases, according to the company. They are designed for mobile applications such as truck, bus, off-highway, marine and automotive. Espar also manufactures roof top-mounted AC systems for the motorcoach, transit and school bus markets. For more information visit www.espar.com.

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