- HUNTAIR, Inc. Announces Changes in Sales Structure
- HUNTAIR, Inc. and TMI Custom Air Systems, Inc. Reach Agreement in Patent Suit
- HUNTAIR, Inc. Announces Fast Fan Upgrades
- HUNTAIR, Inc. and Climatecraft, Inc. Reach Agreement in Patent Infringment Suit
HUNTAIR, Inc., Tualatin, OR (April 15, 2013)—In a continuing effort to effectively communicate with our customers and representatives, HUNTAIR, Inc., supplier of specialized HVAC systems used in critical industrial environments including semiconductor, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals manufacturing, data centers, aerospace and hospitals announced today National Sales Manager, H. James "Jimmy" Tarala, P.E. will join the Data Center Team as Director of Sales and Marketing, Data Center Products in promoting HUNTAIR Data Center equipment. Jim will take the place of Kevin Nolan who has decided to retire after 16 years with Huntair. Kevin’s official retirement date is June 28th, until that time he will be working on finishing up his current projects that he is involved in. We wish Kevin the best in his retirement, and thank him for his many years of service and the great friendships that he has developed at Huntair over those years.
Huntair is pleased to also announce the advancement of Brian McKenney as Regional Sales Manager, Commercial Air Handling Equipment. Brian will be covering the Western region of the United States.
Brian has been with HUNTAIR since 1999 with the Logicair acquisition. Previous to his new role as a Regional Sales Manager, he worked closely with customers and independent sales representatives as a Sales Application Engineer for commercial air handling equipment. Both Jim and Brian will report to Mark Montesanto, VP of Sales and Marketing Huntair/Ventrol.
Please join me in congratulating Jim and Brian on their new positions. You may reach Jim Tarala, P.E. at email@example.com or his direct line at 620.490.8382. Brian McKenney may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or his direct line at 503.403.4483.
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TMI Custom Air Systems, Inc. and HUNTAIR, Inc. have settled their pending patent suit, and entered into an agreement under which HUNTAIR agrees not to sue TMI, its affiliates, or its Customers, and TMI will license HUNTAIR's existing patents related to FANWALL®. All other terms of the settlement are confidential.
Tualatin, OR (January 29, 2009)—HUNTAIR, Inc. announced this week the availability of quick-ship replacement FANWALL® cells—as quickly as shipping in under one week. According to John Albert, VP & C.O.O., HUNTAIR, Inc., "We understand that when you lose a fan or motor, you need a replacement yesterday. Demand for fan replacements and energy upgrades continues to increase and we are happy to support this 'green' movement with quick-ship product availability of our FANWALL TECHNOLOGY® retrofit cells." HUNTAIR is the inventor and technology leader of FANWALL TECHNOLOGY—an array of smaller, quieter, and more energy-efficient fans, designed to deliver the required airflow in an air handler or built-up fan system. HUNTAIR’s FANWALL cells fit through standard doorways and elevators, making them ideal for replacing or upgrading old, inefficient, or unreliable fan systems. Fan retrofits can be performed over the weekend, and even overnight—maximizing uptime. Read More »
Tualatin, OR (January 21, 2009)—ClimateCraft, Inc. and HUNTAIR, Inc. have settled the pending litigation and entered into an agreement under which ClimateCraft will license HUNTAIR’s existing patents related to FANWALL® . ClimateCraft’s fan array products allow for fans to be turned off for safety, repair and maintenance purposes. ClimateCraft’s fan array products are not designed to turn individual fans on and off for the purpose of improving fan array efficiency, and ClimateCraft does not endorse turning individual fans on and off for the purpose of improving fan array efficiency. Any statement to the contrary is not supported by ClimateCraft. All other terms are confidential. Read More »