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Regal launches Browning Authorized Contractor Program

Maryam Farag   

Facilities Maintenance Industry Utilities maintenance manufacturing

Photo: Regal Beloit Corporation.

Regal Beloit Corporation has launched the Browning  Authorized Contractor Program. This program will expand a network of Browning-certified contractors and allow them to deepen their exposure within the commercial HVAC segment.

Regal’s Browning Authorized Contractor Program bridges the gaps among customers, contractors and wholesalers by giving customers and wholesalers access to contractors who are trained on Browning belts and systems.

“When a customer needs a contractor for a project, frequently the contractors they are working with are overloaded with business and are strapped for time,” said Melinda Doty, Product Manager, Components, Regal. “We are trying to bridge the gap between the product and the need for service by providing a complete solution to the customer. It provides additional peace of mind for customers to view the contractor locator on Regal’s website or via the Toolbox Technician app to find a contractor for their project — a contractor that has been vetted, interviewed and trained on our products. This provides the complete package for the end user and offers additional earning opportunities for the contractors.”

This program provides tools to support the contractor. Browning-authorized contractors will be provided with distinguishing items such as patches, window clings and truck magnets to indicate that they’re part of the program. Additionally, the Browning Toolbox Technician app delivers a toolset for all HVAC contractors and maintenance personnel. This includes calculation and conversion tools, a GPS-enabled distributor locator, plus informative reference, installation and troubleshooting guides for everything from bearings to V-belts.




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