“The Airvector Difference”
Airvector offers a great variety of commercial and high-end residential
air distribution products. Airvector grilles, registers and diffusers are
designed and manufactured in North America with high quality standards and
delivered to the market with an exceptional level of service.
Airvector also manufactures access panels for vertical stack heat pumps and fan & coil units. For more information, visit www.airvector-panels.com
Get it all with Airvector
- Performance and quality to meet all engineering requirements
- Architecturally appealing products
- Exclusive Features to simplify and accelerate Installers’ work
- Comfort, aesthetic and durability to please Building Owners and End-Users
All those features, combined with great service, are what make Airvector so unique.
From customer service to production, we will always do our best to
accommodate you when you need it the most. Benefit from great standard lead
times and Premium Services. Enjoy dealing with a supplier who cares, who’s
flexible, a customer-focused company who works with you, for you.
History of Airvector
Alfa Mega, inc. has been incorporated in 1996, acquiring the Airvector air distribution division from Thermolec. who originally purchased the Canadian assets of one of the leading companies in air distribution line back in 1987. The products were then made with that line’s specifications and were marketed under the Airvector brand. Some of the most prestigious buildings in North America are proudly equipped with Airvector air distribution products.
The founder’s vision was to provide the HVAC market with high quality grilles, registers and diffusers at very competitive prices, with shorter lead times than competition.
This vision was ambitious but the founder (Camille Adib, actual President), an engineer involved in HVAC since 1965, was not at his first experience. In 1972 he had started and developed a company now considered a leader in the field of electric heaters for HVAC. The vision was to be supported by an extraordinary concentration of technical and engineering talent focused on fewer products, the team being nurtured by an inspiring service-oriented corporate culture. The product line has been improving constantly since, adding new products one by one and carefully reviewing each design to optimize performance, quality and cost.