In a world with endless competition, we’re often asked why we choose to represent certain manufacturers over others. The answer is and always will be, we want to provide our customers with the best quality products while experiencing the best customer service from a knowledgeable team. Today’s post will focus on why we’ve represented Twin City Fans & Blowers (TCF, or Twin City) as our commercial fan manufacturer for many years.
It is through Twin City Fans & Blowers that we can design, select and supply your facility with reliable and durable fans and blowers for commercial applications from office buildings to research institutions. We’re happy to work with you for turnkey replacement of existing fan systems or work with your engineer and/or contractor to supply high-quality fans and blowers. For your reading ease, we’ve broken this blog post down into sections highlighting TCF’s capabilities.
Twin City Fans & Blowers Corporate Video
To understand why we’ve chosen TCF, you first need to learn about the company, and seeing is believing. Take a look at the corporate video they’ve made!
Commercial Sales Product Training
As a technical sales firm, it is invaluable to know how the products we represent work not only on their own but in conjunction with many other moving parts. We value that Twin City has developed several training sessions not only for their rep network but for anyone who wants to learn more about fans too. One training session, in particular, Commercial Sales Product training, is incredibly helpful for our team, especially for new hires. Our two newest Inside Sales Engineers, Evan Benoit, and Kevin Wixom are actually at this training today and tomorrow. While at the training they will learn:
- Twin City Fans & Blowers commercial products’ overview
- How to sell the right fan
- Systems effects
- Fan selector basics and features
- Fume Exhaust
- Website features
- Product development
These are all important topics that must be mastered before someone can accurately and effectively sell TCF’s products. Eventually, Evan and Kevin will be able to take their learning and apply it directly for our customers, but in the meantime, we’re happy that Twin City Fans & Blowers understands the value of investing in their reps.
Where would a manufacturer be without quality products? Nowhere. Obviously, our manufacturers need to prove themselves to us by producing high-quality, reliable products. Twin City Fans & Blowers definitely has the experience in producing great fans and blowers. They provide solutions for a variety of industries and applications. We like the fact that we have an arsenal to choose from, allowing us to provide the best-fit for your specific needs.
Browse through their online product catalogs!
Whether you need common replacement parts or a backup supply of spare parts for process critical applications, through Twin City Fans & Blowers, we can help keep you up and running. Not sure which part you need? No problem, they have an amazing parts department which we will contact on your behalf. We can assist you in selecting the right part for your fan regardless of the manufacturer. Common replacement parts include:
If you are looking to upgrade an existing fan to accommodate system upgrades, process enhancements, or to suit new environmental regulations, our team of fan experts has you covered. Twin City Fan & Blower has extensive expertise in retrofitting fans from all fan manufacturers. We can also provide engineered retrofit packages that are designed to increase the efficiency of large industrial fans that can have paybacks in as little as six months.
We hope you learned something new about Twin City Fans & Blowers from this post. We encourage you to read one of our case studies, Colchester Fan, which features TCF. If you’d still like more information, contact us to set up a lunch and learn for your firm so you can learn even more. Visit our website too or give us a call 860.291.8886. Don’t forget to stay up-to-date on Flow Tech happenings, product news, and industry alerts by following us on social media: Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube.
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