AER Distributes BSCO Fire Suppression

Friday, March 06, 2009

AER Supply Ltd. has been named the exclusive distributor for BSCO, Inc. Fire Suppression Systems for 13 states.

BSCO manufactures and installs semi-custom systems that provide fire-protection solutions for small, enclosed areas, such as the engine room, to prevent fire from spreading throughout the boat. The company uses environmentally friendly agents and the USCG-approved suppression systems have been tested to meet the requirements of NFPA 2001 in a program jointly designed by Factory Mutual Testing and BSCO. The product line includes cylinders, actuators and nozzles.

AER Supply is responsible for all sales, service and support of BSCO products throughout Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Utah.

AER will also provide training to dealers to ensure safe and proper installations of these safety systems.

Based in Seabrook, Texas, AER Supply Ltd. was established in 1977. The privately held company is an international distributor of commercial and recreational marine products, carrying industry product lines including Cruisair, Crusader, Marine Air Systems, Mastervolt, Nova Kool, Parker Racor, PCM, SeaLand, Sea Recovery, STEYR Motors, Vetus, Vitrifrigo, Waeco, Westerbeke and WillDo.

(www.aersupply.com)

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