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WF Electrical launches HVAC ancillaries range

WF Electrical, which claims to be the fourth largest electrical wholesaler in England and Wales, has introduced a range of ancillaries for air conditioning and heating and ventilating which complements its new portfolio of HVAC controls and meters for building management systems.
WF Electrical launches HVAC ancillaries range
The wholesaler, which has branches across England and Wales, recognises many electricians are increasingly becoming involved in facilities management, heating and ventilation and air conditioning installation. The edges of mechanical and electrical, air conditioning and facilities management are becoming increasing blurred as technology improves and firms seek new markets. Hence, building engineers, electrical and FM contractors and heating engineers are now being offered WF Electrical's portfolio.

All 78 branches stock around 2,000 to 2,500 lines. However, WF Electrical has a fast delivery back-up service from its Dagenham, Essex, warehouse which holds 25,000-plus lines.

'Any branch ordering before 5.30pm will have that order delivered early the following morning,' said Brian Smithers, managing director. 'Within the M25, the wholesaler offers overnight delivery to site, even for one item and urgent items can be delivered on the same day.'

6 July 2007

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