Dais Analytic Corporation’s (Dais) annual ConsERV™ product sales representative meeting was held in conjunction with the international Air-Conditioning Heating Refrigeration (AHR) Expo in Orlando January 26th – 29th. The attendance for this meeting was ‘standing room only’. The substantial attendance was attributed to the growing interest in the Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) industry for products which demonstrated energy savings, the ability to sustainability reduce CO2 emissions, and offer improved Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). These strengths are the hallmark of the ConsERV product.
This year’s theme of “Moving Molecules for a Sustainable Future” was kicked off by Tim Tangredi, Dais President, highlighting the power of nanotechnology that is the core strength of the ConsERV energy recovery ventilator (ERV), which is offering benefits to growing numbers of building and home owners in North America.
ConsERV is useful with almost all types of HVAC equipment. Using Dais’ nanotechnology, the product preconditions the temperature and humidity content of the air stream coming into an HVAC system using the energy found in the HVAC systems’ exhaust air. By re-using this waste stream energy content, ConsERV technology supports the usage of smaller HVAC systems with optimal output, which translates into energy savings, lower generation of harmful CO2 emissions, and improved Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).
Mark Smith, Project One System Sales President, Tampa, Florida, who was the first ConsERV product independent sales representative stated, “I see ConsERV maturing as evidenced by this large crowd, and the company’s new product announcements. The product line is stronger and the pricing more aggressive. These moves aid our ability to meet our clients’ needs of wanting to be more energy and eco-efficient with strong, demonstrated economic justification."
Joel Porch, PE, O’Connor Company Partner, further stated, “This was a great meeting, I’m excited with what Dais has done, and think the growth opportunity is unlimited."
The product announcements consisted of the expansion of existing ConsERV model sizes and options, and the introduction of the ‘C’ series showcasing a new ConsERV design which further optimizes its energy recovery performance. The Company proudly announced the benefits of continued implementation of Lean Manufacturing techniques and improved designs find pricing of this premium product aggressively competitive with other ERV products.
David Longacre, Dais VP of Sales & Marketing, states, “Our continuous improvement initiative is allowing us to provide industry leading technology at market level prices. This builds on ConsERV’s strong value proposition of energy savings, CO2 reduction, less maintenance and contribution towards LEED certification. ConsERV will continue to take market share from other ERV products using older technologies which have lower efficiencies and operational drawbacks such as increased maintenance, broken parts, mold accumulation on the media, or air-stream leakage.”
Mike Gostomski, a Dais investor, summed it up, “We walked the floor of the giant AHR show and ConsERV continues to be the pinnacle of the ERV product category with its nanotechnology based core, no moving parts, no air-stream leakage, and high efficiencies; nothing in its class compares!“
Dais manufactures and distributes ConsERV, a ‘no moving parts’ Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) - which has won four industry awards for excellence or innovation since 2005 – to select sales representatives and OEM accounts in North America.
Dais Analytic Corporation (daisanalytic.com) is commercializing its nanotechnology materials and processes into break-through products becoming a leading participant in the applied nanotechnology industry with a specialized focus on the needs of the energy and water industries. Products incorporating Dais’s nanotechnology minimize consumption of irreplaceable natural resources and stop the degradation of our environment. To find out more about ConsERV please log onto conserv.com.
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