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Mobile Heavy Duty HVAC Best practices, Tech Tips, News & Product knowledge.

December Newsletter

Specialists in Heavy Duty, Mobile Climate Control

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Season Greetings We appreciate your business and extend a hearty thank you for the opportunity to serve you this past year. From All of Us here at Arctic Traveler Canada, we wish you and your family a Safe and Happy Holidays.


IMPORTANT CLOSED FOR INVENTORY
Our annual Inventory starts this Thursday Dec. 8th at 3pm to Friday Dec. 9th.
This is an “All Hands On Deck” effort, as such our phones lines will be closed and we’ll be unable to receive or process any orders.
Parts Orders can be emailed to atcparts@atc.ca and will be processed as soon as we’re able to. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Stocking stuffer Condenser Clearance – We’re overstocked on a select few and have reduced prices to $99-125 on 8 models. Limited Stock. No Reservations, All Sales Final and available as first come, first serve basis and ONLY while quantities last. Click here to view details.

Just in time for the heating season. As an authorized master distributor, ATC recently hosted a Certified Technician Training course with Eberspacher’s Training Manager on the newly released Hydronic S3. Attended by our Ontario dealers, It was an informative day for all and we had the chance to put faces to names and share stories. To see more click here


Preventative Maintenance tips for Airtronic or Hydronic heaters?
Visit the Espar category at ATCNEWS for these and other heating tips.


Need a fluid warming solution
Arctic Fox and Thermex Fluid Warming Systems provide protection against cold weather fluid clouding and gelling with In-Tank or In-Line Heat Exchangers. These proven and cost effective products warm contents so they can properly flow or be easily pumped, eliminating costly and time consuming downtime as well as expensive component damage that frequently occur from cold-thickened fluids.
• Single probe heats up reservoirs from 1 to 80 gals (300 liters) capacity
• Multiple probes can be installed on large bulk tanks
• Eliminate idle equipment and wasted man-hours waiting for products to warm up
• Protect against hydraulic pump cavitation and burst hose lines
For more information, call us today at 1-800-295-4156

Need more heat and comfort? To view some of our Air, Coolant & Auxiliary heating solutions, click here From 7- 65,000 BTU’s, we carry a variety of mobile heating solutions to supplement your Gas or Diesel needs.

Advanced Temperature Control a division of Arctic Traveler Canada, has specialized in the engineering and manufacture of durable, vehicle engine powered mobile refrigeration and heating systems for safe delivery of your fresh and frozen products. Our line of Truck Refrigeration products has been continuously updated and improved to meet the requirements of today’s competitive markets. Watch video here.

ATC Connect – Parts Lookup and Cross Reference made easy
We know having the right part is paramount to getting the job done right and to help you through this process we present ATC CONNECTClick here to get access or speak with our Customer Service Reps to start utilizing this exciting and very useful tool.

ATC.CA is your gateway to so much. The Product Line page provides catalog downloads for the industry leading products we carry. Our blog ATCNEWS is where you’ll find best practices, technical tips and product knowledge. Missed a previous Newsletter? Not to worry, there’s a category for newsletters and ATCNEWS  is searchable.

Ordering Parts? Use atcparts@atc.ca or call us toll free at 1-800-295-4156. 
Our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to assist you. 
 

October Newsletter

Hello and Welcome to Fall. We hope you had an enjoyable summer.

If you haven’t already read it, MACS (Mobile Air Conditioning Society) member profile for September/October is ATC. This worldwide blog has been consistently honoured as one the best B2B automotive aftermarket blogs. Read the full interview with our company president for further insights into our world.

As the heating season approaches, the big news is the launch of the Eberspaecher Hydronic S3 heater. Thanks to its compact dimensions and flexible installation options, this state of the art heater impresses! Read the full details here to see how this little wonder works and watch the video on our youtube channel ATCTV While there check out the Airtronic Intro & Basics and the Hydronic Purpose and Function videos. 

ATC.ca is your gateway to so much. The Product Line page provides catalog downloads with pictures, overviews and specs. Our blog ATCNEWS is where you’ll find best practices, technical tips and product knowledge. This months feature is ESPAR Pre-season Maintenance tips for Airtronic & Hydronic Heaters and a Red Dot tech tip on Why you should do wintertime Preventative Maintenance on your A/C system? Find out more here. 

ATCNEWS has categories like A/C 101, Did you know, Heating, Tech Tips or vendor specific like Espar & RedDot. Missed something from a previous Newsletter? Not to worry,  ATCNEWS is searchable.

From 16-65,000 BTU’s, we carry a variety of mobile heating solutions to supplement your Gas or Diesel needs and provide you hours of comfort. To view some of our heating solutions, click here.

We want to take this opportunity to remind you of our Parts ordering email atcparts@atc.ca or call us toll free at 1-800-295-4156, our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to assist you. 

The opinions expressed in this newsletter, do not necessarily reflect those of Arctic Traveler Canada.

June/July Newsletter

The warm weather is here and with it, the start of another busy A/C season.

We look forward to hearing from you, but we know at times you simply want to “place an order” vs waiting in a queue as we assist others with cross referencing, product info and or custom application needs. We hope you appreciate that we can’t staff for unknown peaks and in an effort to better serve you, we are introducing an email service for Parts Ordering…. atcparts@atc.ca.
Simply provide all necessary details… part numbers, quantity, pickup location, ship to location, purchase order # etc and we’ll acknowledge and process your request as soon as possible.

Heavy Duty A/C Best Practices: Preventative Maintenance, Diagnostics & How To Procedures
Driven by competition, computer aided design, a focus on quality and several other factors, mechanical reliability is at all time high. As a result heavy-duty A/C components rarely fail ! In fact, components mainly fail because of contaminated refrigerant oil and general lack of preventive maintenance. 

As the A/C season kicks into high gear we continue sharing our series on A/C Best practices. Lets begin with a quick recap of what we’ve covered, before introducing this months features in ATCNEWS and ATCTV.
In March we offered a A/C Preventative Maintenance Schedule along with a video on Basic Troubleshooting. In April we shared The Importance of a System Inspection and a supporting video on How To and Which Components to Inspect.

This month in ATCNEWS we feature How To Troubleshoot the A/C Electrical System and How to Inspect an A/C Compressor  while on ATCTV we provide a supporting video Examining Compressor Failures. We  hope you find this series informative and the overall content via these channels helpful.

Did You Know! 
Thermistors are a very accurate and cost effective sensor for measuring temperature. Need an OE replacement? Read more on ATCNEWS and watch the ATCTV installation video here.

ATC CONNECT – Parts cross references and look-up made easy 
We continue to field and are happy to answer questions about this great new tool. Information on the top 2 questions can be found right here..How to Get Access and How To Use. The other most frequently asked question is about on-hand inventory. This update is completed overnight and ATC CONNECT displays the current inventory levels at the start of the day. As orders are placed and stock is depleted, if you need it, call or email us to order it. Remember the primary function of ATC CONNECT is parts cross reference and look up of specs. 

Cabin Air Filters – A/C not blowing cold? A relatively new feature in the heavy duty industry, the cabin air filter is often overlooked in regular vehicle maintenance.Read more here

To view all our offerings, visit the Product Line page on ATC.CA to access catalog downloads or call us toll free at 1-800-295-4156, our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to assist you.

The opinions expressed in this newsletter, do not necessarily reflect those of Arctic Traveler Canada.

April/May Newsletter

Last Month we published our first Newsletter and introduced our Social Media channels Facebook and Google+. We also introduced and highly recommend using ATC Connect our parts look-up and cross reference tool, complete with tech tips, industry news and more. 

Next up was ATCNEWS, our web log with technical tips, product features and more. Our feature was on Heating Solutions, along with a RedDOT guide to Troubleshooting heaters and Espar tips on How to determine and remove carbon build up in heaters. Need a Catalog? click here to request yours today. All this and more available in searchable categories.

This month in ATCNEWS we feature the Best Selling HVAC parts by Make and Off-Road Cabin Air Filters.
 
A/C PM on ATCTV
With winter hopefully behind us, this month in ATCNEWS is a RedDOT A/C Preventative Maintenance Schedule.The article introduces our Youtube channel ATCTV where you will find videos courtesy of MEI featuring best practices on How To & Which Components to Inspect during PM and a Basic Troubleshooting guide. We hope you find this new channel exciting and the content helpful.

So much to offer, all from 1 source 
ATC is a proud distributor of a variety of brand name compressors like Sanden, Denso and York; accessories like belts, clutches, o-rings and oil for your cooling needs. We also stock a wide selection of SPAL, the world leader in fans and accessories. From simple dash fans to high performance axial fans, relay harnesses and centrifugal blowers for cars, buses and off road vehicles….whatever you need, available when you need it!. 

Our website is your doorstep to information on a variety of other product offerings.Visit the Product Line page to access catalog downloads or call us toll free at 1-800-295-4156, our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to assist you.

Unique Application or Replacement Coils
Arctic Traveler‘s coil manufacturing division, Custom Coils Canada produces tube and fin replacement condensers, evaporators and heater cores for almost any mobile, commercial or industrial application. We specialize in building aftermarket drop-in replacement coils. Call 905-789-8523 or visit www.customcoils.ca for more information. 

The opinions expressed in this newsletter, do not necessarily reflect those of Arctic Traveler Canada.

March Newsletter

Welcome to our first Newsletter

We hope this finds you well. On behalf of everyone at Arctic Traveler Canada we extend a gracious thank you for your continued support. With each passing year our industry gets more competitive and we know we have to work harder to earn and keep your business. That means strengthening our relationship, continuing to provide quality products, exceptional service and informative industry news.

ATC Connect – Parts Lookup and Cross Reference made easy
To ensure we have the quality parts you need and come to expect from ATC, we conducted an extensive analysis of product movement over the last 3 years which resulted in an increase to our inventory levels. We know having the right part is paramount to getting the job done right and to help you through this process and continue our efforts to be a leader in the industry, Arctic Traveler is proud to share an exciting new tool for A/C components, ATC CONNECT. The tool provides OEM cross references, pictures, technical tips, on-hand inventory and so much more. Sounds interesting! You bet it is. Speak with our Customer Service Reps or click here to get access and start utilizing this exciting and very useful tool.
 
Catalogs – At ATC we want to ensure we’re all on the same page. Get new or additional catalogs here or speak with one of our Customer Service Reps at 1-800-295-4156.
 
Breaking News – ATC is social. Like us on Facebook and Follow Us on Google+.
Our focus on these channels will be to grow relationships with similar businesses in our industry, share bite size information that enlightens and educates our valued customers and introduce a lighter side to conversation. We hope you join us and look forward to seeing you there. Coming soon ATCTV.
 
Introducing ATCNEWS our informative and educational weblog.
Even in a warm winter like this one staying warm is still very important.Our feature this month is on Heating Solutions with additional tips in Did You Know.

The opinions expressed in this newsletter, do not necessarily reflect those of Arctic Traveler Canada.