ACI Takes Contractor Support to the Next Level — New JOBKIT: “Ultimate Job Saver,” Peripheral Preparation!

aci logoBarry Gordon always asks us, “How can ACI better serve the controls contractors, who have the greatest pressure to “just get it done;” yet, are so often plagued by not having the right critical part to finish the service call, and move on to the next urgent customer?”

That inquiry spawned this amazing response from ACI who selected the most likely items to get you out of a jam. ACI has your back when you’re out in the field and stays busy adding new and unique options to their product portfolio. As Troy A. Schwenn, President, ACI: work-aci proudly adds, “This is why our company motto is Engineering a Better Sensor Solution!”

ACI_JOBKITThe ACI JOBKIT is a comprehensive A-Z peripheral tool chest, which equates to an assortment of the most common component parts that seem to be the most elusive and inexpensive set of thermistor probes and sensors, power supplies, relays, current switches, and basic rescaling and analog to relay interface devices that can rescue most of the BMS service calls, and save the enormous expense and operational disruption of a return trip to the site for a relatively low cost item — that should always be readily available (But somehow, isn’t).

ACI JOBKITS are available now from your local ACI distributor. Give your service team the confidence in the tools they need to get the job done the first service call. ACI_JOBKIT2 Invest in a JOBKIT for each of your service vehicles and watch your profits grow! Order your JOBKIT from your ACI distributor, TODAY!

Ken Smyers

Ken Smyers

Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the CTA Awards. HVAC and Security Sales Engineer and Integration Consultant with over thirty years of industry experience.

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