Meet Our HVAC Manufacturers – Part 2

Researching a company and making the decision to do business with them is a very challenging task. You may find yourself asking, “Is this company a good fit?”, or, “How will their products hold up in the long run?” Our goal is to make answering those questions a little easier. It’s important to us that our customers trust in us and our products. In an effort to build that trust, a month ago we decided to provide you background information on some of our manufacturers. Today, we are going to pick up right where we left off in our alphabetical lineup…


MK Plastics


M.K. Plastics

Founded in 1963, MK Plastics is a global leader in the production of corrosion resistant industrial and commercial blowers, fans and ventilation systems. Patented in several countries, their products are AMCA Certified for Air and Sound Performance. They have facilities and offices in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Spiez, Switzerland; Troy, OH and Moores, NY, USA.

M.K. Plastics designs and manufactures complete ventilation systems in their facilities and have done so for two generations. They have dedicated engineering and R&D teams that design, refine and test all their fans and blowers in their 70,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and performance test laboratory in Montreal, QC. We are happy to rely on this manufacturer when we’re in need of corrosion resistant exhaust systems.



Phoenix Controls

Phoenix Controls is a recognized leader in the design and manufacturing of precision airflow control systems in critical room environments. Founded in 1985, it was privately held until 1988 when it became a business of Honeywell International, Inc. Pharmaceutical companies, universities, hospitals and government research facilities all rely on Phoenix Controls to provide their labs with high-quality controls.

Although they’re headquartered in Acton, MA, Phoenix Controls markets its systems through a worldwide network of independent distributors. Its reach and reliable products set it apart from the competition. Phoenix Controls now offers a 5-year warranty on all valve products making them even more dependable. We are proud to call Phoenix Controls our critical airflow and control systems manufacturer.




Steril-Aire is one of our more unique manufacturers, not in their corporate structure or philosophy, but more for their innovative product. They are the unrivaled leader in development of high performance UVC solutions for air and surface decontamination. They manufacture UV emitters that are installed into a building’s air handling units. The purpose of these emitters is to disinfect the air filtering into a facility. This helps reduce sick building syndrome, improves occupant health and provides an all-around better environment.

Created by company president, Dr. Robert Scheir, Steril-Aire is headquartered in Burbank, CA. Their mission is to produce innovative, technological solutions, backed by science, that enhance their customer’s image, save money and create a better environment to live, work and breathe. We are happy to bring this distinctive product to market for them.




T.A. Morrison & Co., Inc., (TAMCO) is our manufacturer of high-end, quality dampers and air control products. TAMCO serves the commercial, industrial and institutional markets. Having over 50 years of experience, TAMCO entered the ventilation industry in 1955.

In 1980, they began to produce their own line of aluminum dampers. Since then, TAMCO has devoted time and attention to develop durable, maintenance-free products. Today, they are leading the charge to bring creative solutions to the air control marketing.

This concludes part two of our blog series. We hope you’ve enjoyed meeting our manufacturers and learning a little bit about what makes each company so great. Stay tuned for part three where we conclude our list introductions. In the meantime, for more information about us or our manufacturers don’t hesitate to contact us, or visit our website. Don’t forget to follow us on social media: Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube.

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