AirSept Announces Distribution Partnership with Transtar

AirSept Announces Distribution Partnership with Transtar

With the partnership, Transtar will stock AirSept’s products for the mobile air-climate market.

AirSept recently announced a new distribution partnership with Transtar Industries.

Transtar, founded in 1975, is the world’s largest supplier of transmission and driveline parts. Transtar recently launched a comprehensive line of air-conditioning parts for auto, light-duty and medium-duty applications. 

AirSept, which develops unique, problem-solving products for the mobile and stationary HVAC markets, has been granted more than 40 patents worldwide and has received 20 industry awards for products designed to save time and labor and grow service profits, according to the company.

With the partnership, Transtar will stock AirSept’s products for the mobile air-climate market, including AirSept’s Smart Splice line-repair solutions; Dual Recycle Guard to prevent sealant and contaminants from damaging A/C-service equipment; Compressor Guard filters to protect compressors from harmful debris; and AirSept’s complete line of A/C tools and equipment. 

“We are excited to announce a partnership with Transtar that will allow us to offer our extensive line of A/C repair solutions to a broad national market,” AirSept President Aaron Becker said. “Our innovative products are designed to provide new A/C repair options and to protect expensive A/C-service equipment. Transtar is perfectly positioned for success in the A/C aftermarket, and we are proud to offer our products through them.”

Transtar Vice President of Product Development, Kevin Piekarski added: “Our partnership with AirSept allows Transtar to get one step closer to our mission of simplifying complex vehicle repair to keep the world moving. AirSept’s innovative and unique products allow our customers to be more efficient and profitable and we are proud to be partnered with a company that matches our same passion for problem-solving.”

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