Rotobrush, Intec Announce Partnership
Originally published: 02.26.13 by HVACR Business Staff
Rotobrush International recently announced that it has teamed with Intec to help clients expand and grow their businesses.
Rotobrush recently released its most powerful air duct cleaning machine, the the aiR+ XP. Designed to increase job-site efficiency, this air duct cleaning machine offers double the power when compared to the original aiR+. With an additional 15 feet of hose and oversized brushes for larger duct work, the aiR+ XP duct cleaning system offers the flexibility to clean all duct work safely and efficiently, including flex duct.
Intec also recently released its newest insulation blowing machine, Intec’s TURBO FORCE. With cellulose production rates up to 2,475 lbs per hour, and fiberglass production rates up to 900 lbs per hour, Intec’s TURBO FORCE insulates an average attic in less than 1/2 hour.
“Both Rotobrush and Intec offer contractors training for these machines, so it’s also a matter of working together to ensure contractors are receiving the tools they need to become successful,” said Ray Lavallee, President and owner of Intec.
Discounts for Intec machines are available through Rotobrush. Rotobrush and Intec offer training on all product offerings through RotoMasters and the Intec training request form.
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