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Testo products included in the giveaway include the Testo 875i-1 Thermal Imager, Testo 570 Digital Refrigeration System Analyzer, Testo 435 HVAC Performance Test Kit, and the Testo 320 Combustion Analyzer.

“We are proud to be a part of this program”, said Kevin Lesnewski, North American Product Manager Testo thermal Imaging, “as we design and manufacture some of the best thermal imagers on the market”. Testo thermal imagers offer innovative features such as SuperResolution,  SiteRecognition image archive, and fully radiometric video capture combined with customizable image analytical and reporting software.  “Testo products are known for their quality and long term performance,  the ability to participate in a program which will outfit a contractor with these tools to help them grow their business in 2013 creates a winning solution”, said Kevin Lesnewski.

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Company profile

Testo AG, whose headquarters are in the Upper Black Forest, Germany, is one of the leading producers of portable and stationary measurement technology worldwide. The high-tech company offers measurement solutions for, among other things, climate and environmental technology,  industrial applications, emission measurement and the monitoring of food quality, and the building trade. The firm invests roughly 10 percent of its annual turnover in Research and Development, making an above-average commitment to future-oriented technology. With 31 subsidiary companies and over 80 distribution partners, the company is represented all over the world, and has a worldwide staff of roughly 2300.

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