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Mars Redesigns Air Curtains

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Company announces new product lineup.

| August 10, 2012

GARDENA, Calif. - Mars Air Systems has announced its new lineup for fall.

All Mars Air Curtains have been redesigned, re-engineered and revamped, part of a new "facelift," the company announced.

The Series 2 lineup includs slimmer units, updated colors and a sleek new design, the company said. These products can be used for everything from a drive-through window to a lobby entrance to a warehouse door, Mars said. 

Mars air curtains boast an average return on investment of two years or less for typical installations by protecting openings while reducing overall energy consumption, according to the manufacturer. Visit MarsAir.com for more information. 

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