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CCW delivers first buses with newly developed HVAC systems

Posted on August 13, 2019

CCW’s air conditioning solution will benefit Montebello and its passengers by contributing to a comfortable experience.
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CCW’s air conditioning solution will benefit Montebello and its passengers by contributing to a comfortable experience.CCW

Complete Coach Works (CCW) began delivery of buses to Montebello Bus Lines. The contract calls for the installation of CCW’s refined HVAC system into 35 Montebello Transit New Flyer buses.

In 2018, a full redesign of the HVAC system was developed as a lack of available components to repair the AvantAC system had caused an increasing inability to service it. CCW’s HVAC system will not only utilize readily available industry components, but will also incorporate a streamlined control logic system that was developed in-house. By providing alternative parts that are readily available, the major system components will operate for a considerably longer period of time without the need to replace the entire unit.

CCW’s air conditioning solution will benefit Montebello and its passengers by contributing to a comfortable experience.

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