Aeratron now targeting the US market
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sydney/San Francisco, 30th November 2012.
Aeratron proudly announces the approval of their first two
ceiling fan products for the US market. (ETL Listed Mark). Operating initially from San Francisco, California, Aeratron will now directly focus on the fast growing commercial market while a leading US distributor has been appointed to serve the world’s largest residential market starting in early 2013.
Sydney-based cleantech company Aeratron have been generating global demand for their flagship product, the world’s only silently operating, most energy efficient ceiling fan in it’s class after winning high-profile design awards in the USA and Australia.
CEO Ole Stockhausen said: “Obtaining certification and launching into the USA is an important step. We have had a strong response to our leading technology from a market that understands the opportunity it provides for significant energy saving solutions in the building sector. Aeratron is now well positioned to capture the world’s largest residential and commercial markets with its cleantech solution.”
As part of their global strategy, Aeratron continue to enter international markets enabling homes, schools, businesses and other organisations to make large energy savings on their indoor cooling and heating systems and improve working and living environments.
Aeratron is a Sydney based cleantech company with an innovative, patented technology which allows up to 50% energy savings when used in tandem with air conditioning and heating systems. Their ceiling fans are both the world’s only silent and the most energy efficient ceiling
fans in their class.
Aeratron’s beautiful, elegant design has been recognised through multiple awards including an Australian International Design Award and “Gold” at the International Design Award in Los Angeles
Aeratron e503: A multi-award
– Gold at the International Design Awards 2011, USA, “Residential Sustainable
– Design Award at the Australian
– Honorable Mention at the Green Dot Award, 2012 USA