Heating and Ventilating


WF Electrical takes stock of Danfoss valves

Electrical goods wholesale distributor, WF Electical has agreed to sell Danfoss valves through its network of 74 branches.
WF Electrical takes stock of Danfoss valves
WF Electrical has struck up a partnership with Danfoss Randall to sell Dandoss valves and actuators for the heating contractor installation and facilities management markets.

The move is part of WF Electrical's plans to establish itself as a key supplier to contractors and fm firms.

WF Electrical's pledge to make same day deliveries in London of these products works to keep its heating contractors and FM customers happy.

'Its commitment to stock levels and on time deliveries gives Danfoss significant added value to its product range', said Martyn Neill, Danfoss Randalls' UK business development manager.

WF Electrical's Jerry Hamilton said 'The Danfoss product range adds the benefit of TREND replacement valves and actuators now available from the original manufacturer'.
29 November 2007


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