Aqua-Hot Heating Systems Inc. announced the hiring of Nathan Saam as the new product manager. According to a press release, Saam will be responsible for writing all technical material, managing press releases, trade show development, social media and branding material.
“Aqua-Hot’s products are widely regarded as the benchmark for hydronic heaters. Aqua-Hot’s employees have a deep sense of camaraderie, which is why I’m glad to be part of this team,” said Saam. “And with the launch of our new Work Ready line of alternative fuel heaters, it’s exciting to watch this new product enter the market.”
Saam previously served in two branches of the armed forces: U.S. Navy as a petty officer second class, and as a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps. He has also worked in sales at Performance Bicycles. He graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in business management.
Hydronic heating and hot water systems manufacturer Aqua-Hot has named Troy Hunt as its customer service manager.
In the position, Hunt will lead the customer service teams to “consistently exceed customer expectations, increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty,” a press release stated. He will also deliver customer feedback to other departments within the company, improving support, services and products, while directing initiatives and strategy to build next generation customer support programs.
“Building a world class customer service organization, making customer service a brand differentiator for Aqua-Hot, and improving efficiency and effectiveness by updating systems, processes and procedures are my main goals in this position,” said Hunt.
Hunt has previously served as senior manager, global customer care operations, at Belkin International Inc. and as customer service manager at Constant Contact.
“I was drawn to Aqua-Hot because of its commitment to customer service, the collaborative work environment and opportunities for professional growth,” said Hunt.
Aqua-Hot Heating Systems announced that motorhome manufacturer Thor Motor Coach has selected the Aqua-Hot 400D Hydronic Heating System for its flagship line of motorhomes, the all-new 2013 Tuscany diesel pushers. According to a press release, the Aqua-Hot system is now available as standard equipment.
“Aqua-Hot is the most recognized name in hydronic heating systems in the industry and our customers are asking for it by name. It also provides our customers with the benefit of a higher resale value down the road,” said Jerimiah Borkowski, Thor Motor Coach’s director of communications. “Aqua-Hot is dedicated exclusively to providing these types of products and they have a solid reputation for superior front-end support and after-the-sale retail support.”
Borkowski noted that the Aqua-Hot 400D Hydronic Heating System is the “most compact system for diesel motorhomes,” delivering continuous on-demand hot water and quiet, clean, moist interior heat. It can operate on two sources of energy using AC shore power for light-duty heating and hot water use or diesel fuel when heating in colder temperatures.”
For more information on the Tuscany diesel pushers visit http://TuscanyRV.com or http://ThorMotorCoach.com. For more information about Aqua-Hot Heating Systems, call (800) 685-4298, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.aquahot.com.
Foretravel Motorcoach is now offering the Aqua-Hot 450 hydronic heating system on its Nimbus coach line. According to a press release, the Aqua-Hot 600 is already available on Foretravel’s IH and Phenix models.
“We have been very pleased with the convenience, efficiency and customer satisfaction with the 600 model and decided that the 450 model would provide the same for our Nimbus model coach,” said Greg Amys, Foretravel president and CEO.
The self-contained Aqua-Hot 450 is able to use power from three different sources: recycled heat from the engine while driving, shore power when available and diesel fuel anytime. Providing an unlimited supply of on-demand hot water, the Aqua-Hot 450 eliminates the need for a storage tank and can generate up to 90 gallons of hot water an hour.
For over 25 years, Aqua-Hot Heating Systems has been delivering state-of-the-art systems that provide continuous hot water, uniform cabin heat and engine preheating for RVs. For additional information call 800-685-4298 or 303-659-8221, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.aquahot.com.
Looking to expand its reach into new markets, Aqua-Hot Heating Systems has redesigned its website, www.aquahot.com.
According to a press release, the new site offers information on the company’s hydronic systems available for RVs and UTVs, street rods, farm tractors and construction equipment. It also covers new product introductions, including boat, long-haul truck and work trailer applications.
Aqua-Hot said the website is an “education source for consumers to learn how hydronic heating works.” It also explains the benefits of Aqua-Hot’s Comfort Zones, such as quiet, comfortable and moist interior heat, continuous, on-demand hot water and low emissions, and how the heating system adds value to a coach.
Easy to maintain, there are 160 factory-trained service centers across North America. Using the site’s dealer locator, users can find their closest service facility. It also helps connect coach owners looking for Aqua-Hot’s Comfort Zones with OEM partners.
Aqua-Hot hydronic heating systems are now available on additional luxury motorhome models from Monaco RV LLC, according to a press release.
The Aqua-Hot 400 comes standard on the 2012 Monaco Diplomat and Holiday Rambler Endeavor motorhome lines while the Monaco Dynasty is equipped with the Aqua-Hot 600. The Fort Lupton, Colo.-based company said systems also are available on several 2011 motorhome models, including the Monaco Signature, Dynasty and Camelot, as well as the Holiday Rambler Navigator and Scepter.
“Many customers ask if the Aqua-Hot is available on our RVs,” said Laura Fry, Monaco sales and marketing specialist. “They love the system and would not purchase a motorhome without it.
“Consumer demand is so great because Aqua-Hot offers consistent heating throughout the coach, which is a great improvement over regular heating systems. And, they have come to rely on continuous hot water.”
Aqua-Hot’s multiple circulation pumps allow for up to five comfort zones while heat exchangers disperse heat quietly and evenly. The tankless system combines domestic hot water and heating in one unit.
For additional information on Aqua-Hot heating systems visit www.aqua-hot.com
After extensive testing, Fleetwood RV Inc. will offer innovative Aqua-Hot Heating Systems’ hydronic heating systems on its American Coach and Revolution LE models, according to a press release from Harold Ogden, Aqua-Hot sales and marketing manager.
“This relationship gives us the chance to partner with a premier RV manufacturer,” said Ogden. “By working with an industry-leading company that produces superior motorhomes, such as the luxury American Coach line, we can continue making the road a more comfortable place.”
Adding value to RVs for over 20 years, Aqua-Hot Heating Systems, based in Fort Lupton, Colo., provides unlimited hot water and quiet, evenly distributed interior heat. Aqua-Hot 600-D, 450-D and 375-D systems will be available on the 2010 American Heritage, American Eagle, American Tradition, American Allegiance and Revolution LE brand motorhomes.
“Aqua-Hot’s quality and brand name recognition with our owners is a tremendous asset and complements our product offering,” said John Draheim, president and COO of Fleetwood RV.
Contact Aqua-Hot Heating Systems at (800) 685-4298; Fax: (303) 857-9000. email@example.com; or www.aqua-hot.com.