July 11, 2014
Manufacturing the LEGACY AC 310 and AC 350 Roof Mounted AC Systems, which are popular in the school bus and shuttle coach markets.
July 10, 2014
TM43 Mount & Drive kit for Ford F650/F750 chassis with Cummins Diesel 6.7L engines has a capacity of 80K (SAE) /128K (IMACA) Btu/hr to cool the passenger compartment in addition to and separate from a 15K (SAE) / 24K (IMACA) Btu/hr OEM dash air system.
July 2, 2013
The ShuttleAIRE SLR 65 rooftop HVAC units with ClimaAIRE controllers has a low-profile design and can be easily maintained; 90% of service and maintenance can be performed inside the vehicle.
September 28, 2012
MBCR, which operates a fleet of coaches that average more than 24 years in age, with some cars that are nearly 40 years old, reported an average of less than one air conditioning malfunction per day from June 1 until September 15th for the 356 passenger coaches used in daily service.
March 1, 2012
It warns consumers about the problems associated with using unsubstantiated, published BTU ratings as buying criteria for bus A/C systems.
October 4, 2011
The ACE 238DLGS system was chosen for the new buses, which consists of two independent self-contained housings and an air-cooled generator, belt driven from the main engine.
July 7, 2011
Placed in a light rail station shelter in downtown Phoenix to provide air-conditioning to commuters. The station is believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S.
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