RectorSeal Corp. presented Michael Clarke, president of HVAC contractor Dussault Mechanical Services, Hudson, N.H., an i-Pad Mini 3 tablet on May 10 for winning RectorSeal's Aspen® Pump Golden Ticket promotion.
RectorSeal held the promotion last Fall when it randomly concealed 25 redeemable Golden Tickets inside Aspen Pumps' Mini White, Orange Mini, Orange Maxi, Aqua Mini, and Micro V Series condensate pump packaging distributed throughout its North American HVAC wholesalers.
Clarke had a hunch he might find one of the Golden Tickets after buying 410 Aspen Mini White Series condensate pumps for a Cambridge, Mass.-based 150-unit multi-family housing complex he was retrofitting from window units to more efficient ductless minisplit air conditioning. His 30-year mechanical contracting firm recently finished installing the 43-year-old complex's 150 condensers and 410 evaporator coils manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric, Suwanee, Ga., to improve indoor air quality and energy efficiency.
The Mini White Series is designed to be installed externally below a minisplit evaporator coil, automatically drain excess condensate from the drain pan and aesthetically match most minisplit exterior encasement finishes. Its unique modular quick-connect wiring speeds installation and the easy-access encasement pops off for fast debris filter change-outs or other maintenance without accessing the evaporator coil casing.
The Golden Ticket pump was purchased at the Wilmington, Mass. branch of wholesale distributor Homans Associates — division of Watsco, the largest distributor of HVAC/R equipment, parts and supplies in the U.S.
RectorSeal's New England territory manufacturer's representative, Robert Forbes, partner, Gimper Forbes LLC, Edison, N.J. presented Clarke with i-Pad Mini 3. "This is the first of many Aspen Golden Ticket promotions we plan in the future," said Rob Moore, RectorSeal's Aspen Pump product manager, who designed the promotion with Riley Archer, Rectorseal's national sales manager--construction.