Press Release Summary:
Using patented Seicon SystemÂ®, Seicon HVAC Isolator reduces vibrations emitted from rooftop HVAC installations by more than 85%. Wind-resistant isolator minimizes living area noise and is designed for use with structurally mounted residential HVAC condensers. Unit can be attached to most surfaces and will isolate any HVAC condenser up to 400 lb when used as pair. It can also be used on heavier condensers in greater numbers.
Original Press Release:
Seicon Introduces Revolutionary New HVAC Isolator at AHR Expo Show
Product Videos, Details Available on New Seicon Website
COLUMBUS, Ohio, -- Seicon, Ltd., will unveil the Seicon HVAC Isolator at the AHR Expo, set for Jan. 31 to Feb. 2 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The new isolator for rooftop HVAC installations reduces vibrations emitted from these units by more than 85 percent using the patented Seicon System®.
The easily installed, wind-resistant isolator significantly reduces living area noise and is designed for use with structurally mounted residential HVAC condensers. These units can be attached to most surfaces and will isolate any HVAC condenser up to 400 pounds when used as a pair. It also can be used on heavier condensers in greater numbers.
Video and further information about the new product is available on Seicon's new website: www.seiconlimited.com. The website also contains details on the Seicon System and the company's other products.
"This product is a practical, cost-effective solution to the vibration issues on rooftop HVAC installations," said Seicon President and CEO Fred B. Miller. "We already have installed more than 100 sets of the units on a high-rise condo complex in Sarasota, Florida and they are working beautifully. We are in the process of filing a request in Florida for hurricane wind resistance certification."
Seicon will unveil the product at Booth N3069 at the AHR Expo, the world's largest HVACR trade show.
Seicon, Ltd., develops, markets and licenses the SEICON SYSTEM®, proprietary technology that isolates and controls vibrations and shocks generated by seismic waves and mechanical activity. More about the company, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, is available on its website: www.seiconlimited.com.
Web Site: www.seiconlimited.com