Ametherm today announced that it has expanded its network of value-added representatives in the United States with the conclusion of a new agreement with Unity Sales. Effective immediately, Unity Sales is offering Ametherm's entire lineup of inrush current limiters and NTC thermistors in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
Based in Fort Wayne, Indiana — with offices in all markets it serves — Unity Sales was founded in 2002 and provides cost-effective technology solutions to the transportation, medical, automotive, instrumentation, industrial, consumer, and military / aerospace industries. As an Ametherm representative, the company will act as an extension of Ametherm's sales and marketing team and carry its complete product offering.
"Our partnership with Unity Sales is a key component of our U.S. growth strategy, and it will be integral to its success," said Mehdi Samii, vice president of engineering at Ametherm. "Not only has the company earned a tremendous reputation for excellence over the last 15 years, but it provides our customers with a local and focused sales presence. We're sure that our customers will find Unity Sales to be an invaluable asset for their circuit protection needs."
"Ametherm's line of inrush current limiters and NTC thermistors makes an exciting addition to our product offering," said Ian Johnson, business development manager at Unity Sales. "In the markets we serve, high reliability is vital, so it is critical to have solid circuit protection and high-accuracy temperature compensation and measurement. This is exactly what Ametherm's products provide, and we look forward to making their benefits available to our customers."
Made in the U.S.A., Ametherm products are recognized by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA International) for ensured safety, and many are RoHS-2-certified (with Exemption 7a and 7(c)-1). The devices are optimized for a wide range of applications, including AC motors, power supplies, motor drives, audio amplifiers, battery chargers, air sensors, HVAC systems, high-speed computers, MRIs, and X-ray machines.