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Mestek is a family of over 45 specialty manufacturers providing heating, ventilating, and air conditioning products, coil handling equipment, extruded aluminum products, intelligent boiler controls amd computer information systems and services. And while technology and markets have changed since 1946, the commitment to innovation, quality, and customer service is as important today as it was in a rented garage in Westfield, MA.

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