Online tool expands Nuaire’s AHU service 24/7

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Nuaire, the UK’s leading ventilation manufacturer, has launched an online selection tool that helps users select bespoke air handling units all day every day to expand its customer service.

The selection tool, known as aireCAD, can be accessed on a microsite specifically developed for the company’s Boxer bespoke range, which is made up of component ventilation parts that can be used to create a tailored system to suit the needs of large public buildings such as hotels, healthcare facilities, retail outlets, offices and schools. From the users’ selections, aireCAD can create custom-made DXF drawings, accurately calculated weights and detailed data sheets. 

Nuaire launched the service with a competition to win an iPad on registration, and so far the software has received more than 2,000 new sign ups.

Matt Cole, of TGA, said of aireCAD: “It’s a fantastic tool that makes the process of selecting the right air handling unit much more quick and easy. It’s very clear, simple to use and is a welcome change from manufacturers’ regular catalogues, which can be confusing and impractical, or difficult online selection tools.”

Another user, Rob Pengelly, of F P Hurley & Sons, said: “aireCAD is extremely helpful. The majority of my day is taken up with meetings in the office and on site, so the convenience of being able to select what I need anytime online and get a full specification right away is incredibly helpful. I will certainly continue to use this tool.”

Caroline Radcliffe, Product Manager at Nuaire, said: “We’re very pleased to be able to offer this online system to make it easier and more efficient for customers to view our range and select a bespoke design for their own needs at any time of day.

“We’ve been thrilled with the response that we’ve had for the service so far and the number of registrations we’ve already received. The iPad offer we set up has also been a great success and we’re very happy to have awarded Matt and Rob with their new iPads.”


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