Introducing… the WeatherMaxx Cover
WeatherMaxx Cover Offers Outdoor Piping Components Maximum Protection from the Elements
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 3, 2013 – West Haven, CT – Suppose you are the facility manager for a large resort hotel.
A heavy, windy rain comes in, and an hour after the rain stops – at 1:00 A.M. – you get woken up by a phone call. Dozens of guests have complained to customer service about their thermostat being broken, and personnel have realized the entire central air conditioning system is down.
So you contact your on-call mechanic and relay the information. He calls back – now at 3 A.M. – and explains that the problem is that an automated butterfly valve in the chilled water supply was closed and would not open as needed, because the valve’s actuator stopped working. Now someone must manually work the valve while the hotel locates, buys, and installs a new actuator.
It seems the problem was that rain driven by the wind got into the electric actuator, causing it to malfunction. This whole scenario – including customer complaints, lost sleep, and cost of parts and labor – could have been avoided if that one little component wasn’t at the mercy of the elements.
Scenarios like this are not uncommon. But they can be avoided. And that’s why Thermaxx developed the WeatherMaxx Cover.
It’s a simple cost-effective solution to protect sensitive outdoor components such as control valve actuators from harsh weather conditions such as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.
For more information on the WeatherMaxx Cover, visit www.thermaxxjackets.com/products/weathermaxx-cover or contact:
403-702-5935 (403) 702-5935
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