SPX Technologies has completed its acquisition of ASPEQ Heating Group

SPX Technologies has completed its acquisition of ASPEQ Heating Group – joining Marley Engineered Products to create an industry leader in commercial and industrial electric heat. Here is the press release that was issued earlier today:

Custom Design Delivers Floor-to-Ceiling Comfort in Chicago

While planning to install linear wall-to-wall convector heaters on a perimeter curtain wall at the 150 North Riverside Plaza high rise in downtown Chicago, the owner sought an effective way to maintain the aesthetic of the building without sacrificing floor space. Custom convection style heaters, along with a custom-shaped bracket developed by Thomas Sales & Marketing, a manufacturer’s representative of mechanical and electrical products, proved to be the game-changing solution.


Thomas Sales & Marketing Wins First Annual Silver Fox Award from Marley Engineered Products

The 2022 Jim Herring Memorial Silver Fox Award was presented to David Molk of Thomas Sales & Marketing, Inc., based in Bedford Park, Ill., for the Riverside Developments heating convectors project. This first-ever annual honor was announced at Marley Engineered Products’ recent national sales meeting and is dedicated to the company’s dear friend and colleague, Jim Herring.

Marley Debuts New Customizable Duct Heaters Line, And Unveils Handy Specification Configurator

The future of enhanced building comfort is here! Marley Engineered Products, a leader in high-performance, reliable heating and ventilation equipment debuts a new line of customizable open coil electric Duct Heaters! To simplify the selection and quoting process for its large portfolio of duct heaters, Marley also has unveiled a new Duct Heat Configurator specification tool for engineers.

Marley Engineered Products Offers Continuing Education Unit on Electrical Heating Solutions for any Architectural Configuration

Customizable electrical heating solutions can provide main or supplemental heat for many – if not most – indoor and outdoor spaces. Marley Engineered Products, a national provider of reliable comfort heating and ventilation solutions, now offers a continuing education unit (CEU) focused on the capabilities and configuration options of many electrical heating devices and how they can be customized to suit every unique architectural or engineering demand.

Modern, Energy Efficient Marley Heaters Earn High Marks at Massachusetts Elementary School

The Edmund Hatch Bennett Elementary School, a K-4 public school in Taunton, Mass., was constructed in the 1960's with various upgrades and renovations performed over the past 40 years. However, an aging heating system, including wall unit heaters and cabinet heaters that were original to the building, required updating. The installation of modern, energy efficient heating systems from Marley Engineered Products helped the school make the grade.

COVID-19 Small Business Resources

At Marley Engineered Products, we believe that sharing resources and ideas makes all of us stronger.  In the midst of these uncertain times, the Marley team has assembled some helpful resources, articles and materials related to Covid-19 to help those managing their small businesses during this crisis.

Marley Introduces New Custom Cabinet Heater with SmartSeries® Plus Controls

Marley Engineered Products introduces the CUH Series Custom Cabinet Unit Heater, which delivers supplemental comfort heat in a contemporary design to match modern and future architect specifications. The unit is operated by the new SmartSeries® Plus, a digital touchscreen control capable of running a fully programmable internal schedule as well as connecting to a BACnet Building Management System.

Winery Toasts Efficient Heaters to Warm Outdoor Spaces

It’s no secret that the pandemic has had a devastating impact on restaurants, bars, and wineries. With indoor seating restricted in so many places around the country, business owners have had to look for practical and cost-effective solutions to comfortably – and safely – service their customers in an outdoor setting. As the weather turned colder, this became more of a challenge.