COMFORTECH EXHIBITOR NEWS: Danfoss Selects Johnson Barrow as New Sales Rep

COMFORTECH EXHIBITOR NEWS: Danfoss Selects Johnson Barrow as New Sales Rep

Johnson Barrow has been serving the Pacific Northwest for more than 50 years

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Danfoss has announced its partnership with Johnson Barrow, which will serve as its newest sales representative organization for Danfoss’ line of AB-QM™ pressure independent control valves (PICVs) in Oregon and Washington.

With offices in Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Wash., Johnson Barrow has been serving the Pacific Northwest for more than 50 years. The company represents more than 40 HVAC manufacturers and is committed to providing quality service and cutting-edge system technology.

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“AB-QM™ PICVs are precise control valves that enable improved efficiency and indoor comfort, and lower installation and balancing costs — important benefits for today’s energy- and cost-conscious market,” said Jim Hoctor, national sales manager for Danfoss. “We’re pleased to now have Johnson Barrow’s expertise and service behind the valves in the Oregon and Washington HVAC markets.”

Ben Iwen, sales engineer at Johnson Barrow, commented: “We are very excited to form this partnership with Danfoss. The AB-QM™ is an ideal complement to our current lines of VAV boxes and fan coil units. Danfoss is changing the market for PICVs and we’re happy to be joining the team to provide this energy savings opportunity to the Northwest U.S.”

About Danfoss AB-QM™ valves
Danfoss’ comprehensive line of AB-QM™ pressure independent valves directly control the water flow required by the coil, and are not affected by pressure fluctuations in the system. By precisely controlling the flow, PICVs eliminate the need for balancing valves, thus reducing the installation and balancing costs.

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