Introducing ZoomLock braze-free fittings
New ZoomLock fittings are specially designed to work without brazing, which automatically makes your job simpler and faster when joining copper tubes. In addition, the one-piece fittings are reliably secure, leak-proof and more repeatable than brazed connections—so there’s no compromise on quality or performance. Professionals who have tried ZoomLock braze-free couplings report that their time and labor costs on tube connections are typically reduced 40 – 50% by eliminating the need for brazing. The biggest benefit of that improved efficiency is more productivity and increased profit potential.
ABCO Engineering Resources
No one offers the extensive free support that ABCO Engineering Resources does for creating HVAC systems that will provide superior performance and longer lifecycles. Every project, whether it’s a renovation or new construction, is a unique challenge. You have many choices, but there’s no room for error.
Our engineers are your engineers. We invite you to tap into our resources, experience and knowledge. At every stage of a project we will address your needs responsibly. Your AER team is dedicated to getting the data, answers and information you need with immediacy and accuracy.
ABCO: A Lesson on Meeting Change With a Winning Plan
As the New York City metropolitan area expanded rapidly in the decades following World War II, so too did ABCO HVACR Supply + Solutions. The business was founded in 1949 as ABCO Refrigeration Supply Corp. by Jules Gottlieb, a commander of a Navy minesweeper in the Pacific theater during the war. When he returned home, he was determined to build a customer service-oriented, sales-driven wholesale distribution company. With an agile engineer’s intellect and a savvy skill at sales, Gottlieb believed that each and every customer was ABCO’s most important customer. Along with his partner, George Moncher, who joined the organization several years after its founding, ABCO became the dominant New York City-based refrigeration wholesaler distributor. Learn more