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HVAC BRAIN announces website redesign, and merger with to offer an enhanced user experience and access to quality replacement steam cylinders.

HVAC BRAIN, Inc. (, retailer of HVAC/R equipment and replacement parts, has announced their subsidiary,, has merged with the newly-redesigned to bring customers an enhanced user experience when purchasing replacement steam cylinders as well as a wide selection of HVAC/R products. was founded in 2010 offering Nortec steam cylinders and acquired by HVAC BRAIN, Inc in 2012. For the past six years, the business has operated as a leading online retailer providing replacement steam cylinders and components for commercial humidification systems by popular brands Nortec, Stulz, Trion, and Herrmidifier. The business has served a wide range of repeat customers, including government, hospitals, universities, and data centers.

"We are very excited that is fully migrated with now," said Hiroshi Saito, a Co-Founder and CMO of HVAC BRAIN. "In the past 6 years, we have served a growing customer base of thousands through With HVAC BRAIN, we can now better serve those customers. Customers now have access to not only commercial humidifiers such as Nortec RH2 humidifier but also 60,000 other commercial HVAC & controls products from more than 100 brands."

To offer customers an improved online shopping experience, HVAC BRAIN underwent a total redesign in November 2016. HVAC BRAIN’s new intuitive design features simplified navigation and easy check-out.

Through the merger to, former customers now have access to commercial HVAC, building automation, and controls products, manufactured by premier industry brands including Siemens, Belimo, Carrier, and Amtrol.

To shop HVAC BRAIN’s online offering of HVAC/R systems and components, please visit



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