Peelle Hosts Consultants for Elevator-Door Modernization Seminar
Industry consultants recently gathered to view and discuss Peelle’s latest elevator-door technology.
On June 15, 2011, The Peelle Co. invited approximately 20 consultants from greater New York City to Uncle Jack’s Steak House in the heart of Manhattan for a door modernization seminar. The event opened with introductions by J.T. and Christopher G. (Chris) Peelle, who discussed the new technology the company offers in reference to elevator-door modernization projects, particularly Peelle’s standard bi-parting freight hatch doors. Brad Hunt, modernization sales manager for Peelle, introduced the new product line and discussed some of the key features and benefits of the new door modernization controller and digital encoder.
The company’s engineering and technical-support team, Dan Nieve, Frank Leo and Steven Mullon, discussed some of the key features of the new product line, along with some of the aspects of installation and tune-up of the product. Installation supervision is headed by Chris Peelle.
In addition to enjoying a great lunch at a famous New York establishment, participants had a hands-on opportunity to test the product and discuss some of the challenges being experienced with door modernization projects. Participants agreed that attending the seminar was informative and helped increase their expertise to bring this modernization product to their clients and marketplace. Hunt concluded the meeting by thanking all representatives for attending, and, along with Chris and J.T. Peelle, expressed that Peelle will be there to help with the technical design support for any modernization project.