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Bob Bredesen

Dick,

I haven't spoken to you in some time, since I retired from the HVAC Distributorship business. I've installed a number of your fan controls over the years including one in my own home approximately 10 years ago and absolutely loved it. I've moved to rural Tn. with an all electric home, which means I have 2 heat pumps (one mini split & one 3-1/2 ton system). I want to install a Fan Handler on my main system air handler which utilizes a single speed 208/230v. motor.

Incidently, the control I had in my previous home was on a PSC sleeve bearing motor which ran 24/7 at very low speed and at approx. 10 years use, NEVER gave my any problems. It is still operating just fine according to the new owner.

-Bob Bredesen
Bredesen Mechanical
1265 Old Lock A Rd.
Charlotte, Tn. 37036

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Bryan

Mr. Peters,

Hope this email finds you doing well. Just wanted to let you know that my Ecmmodulator is doing actually what I wanted it to do. Not sure if my HVAC contractor has installed anymore more units here in Birmingham area. Of course I believe the bread and butter for most HVAC contractors are new unit sales. Fyi, I’m planning on getting a new evap and condenser installed soon so I expect that upgrade will really improve the overall humidity level a little better in my house. Also, I’m thinking of getting another Ecmmodulator for my other unit and maybe two. As I like the benefit of the ecm motor running at a low speed to improve air quality. I’m not sure if you would sell to me or I have to contact that contractor again to handle the transaction. Anyways just thought I would touch base and thank you for all your help in the past with my project with Fanhandler.

Merry Christmas
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Tom Vesely

Yours is a quality product, and does not cause motor damage at extremely low rpm's. As I said, it performs as advertised. I am considering purchasing some of the condensing fan controls. If I can buy direct, please send a credit application and sales information to me at the address below. Thanks again for the sensors.

Yours truly,
Tom Vesely

Tom Vesely, HVAC Supervisor
Camden County Board of Education
P.O. Box 1330
Kingsland, GA 31548

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Fan of Fan Handler

Mr. Peters,

just had the Fan Handler installed on 10/26/2010. The contractor recommended that I use the "fan on" option, immediately I noticed the drastic reduction in sound as the fan now runs on a super low and quiet mode all the time. The first thing I have to get used to is the fan running all the time, not the sound or lack of it, just the idea. My contractor put on one of your motor's as well and assured me that there was no issue. Now I just had to wait for it to get cold, as luck would have it there was summer like weather for the past few days. The temperature went down today and I got a chance to see what the product will do. I no longer have to reach for the remote every time my furnace comes on, and I have turned the thermostat from 73 degrees to 71 degrees. The heat has come on for very short periods of time and he temp seems to be maintained. I don't want to get to excited as it is early in the process, but if this is any indication of what I can expect I truly sorry I didn't discover you a lot sooner. I have just retired from law enforcement after 36 ½ so I am home all day to monitor its performance. I will contact you again once the cold weather has set in to advise you of my progress.

Thanks from a new fan of Fan Handler.

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J__ ______

Dick,

I work for an HVAC wholesaler that covers the entire state of Wisconsin. I call on retail contractors in seven counties. I am always looking for opportunities for them to improve their business by being able to deliver better customer service.  What basic information can you give me that I can share with these contractors to get them started? This would be an awesome "add-on" opportunity for a technician on a service call or precision tune-up to present to his customer. And it would be something that would save the customer money, improve their comfort, and improve their indoor environment.  That sounds like a grand slam to me!  I would appreciate it if you can point me in the right direction so I can speak to my customers intelligently on this topic.

Thank you,

J** ******
M***** ********, Inc.

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