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ACI launches online industrial fan selector

24 February 2016

To assist all online visitors of their website, ACI has developed a new ACI Fan Selection feature.

Available here, the selector helps visitors quickly process the selection of the optimum ACI product. Entering the operating parameters using a simple user interface, users will be given a clear list of fans that meet the criteria entered.

The fan selection process has been designed for easy customer use, so as well as offering results based on operating parameters, if the user knows what fan line they would like to select, they can still go to “Fan Type” and make a selection.

Once a fan units is selected, the user has options to print, make an enquiry or view the fan in more detail, whereupon they are able to view and interact with the performance curve and view details such as noise, material and motor specifications, as well as immediately accessing drawings (2d and 3d where available) and installation and maintenance manuals.

The whole visitor experience has also been enhanced by the introduction of an online chat service, giving visitors almost immediate access to one of ACI’s knowledgeable and experienced Sales Engineers.

“The combination of introducing the Fan Selection Software and providing an online chat service really marks the beginning of a new and exciting chapter for ACI," says Paul Tuffin, ACI’s managing director. "We are a problem solving company, and offering these services to existing customers and new prospects reinforces our position in the air movement industry as an innovative leader."

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