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.
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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.
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Quick Heater Service Tip from Reddot
- When the status is “heater fan doesn’t work,” check the ground connection for rust, paint, grime, or some other obstruction at the terminus.
- If the motor doesn’t have a ground wire, its mount serves as a ground connection. Make sure nothing impedes the mount’s ground path.
- Use a multimeter to make sure you’re getting full voltage to the motor. Once you know the voltage is adequate, you can then look for worn brushes, dirty squirrel-cage fans, damaged fan blades, and other more typical motor problems.