blockchain
Market Herald logo

Subscribe

Be the first with the news that moves the market
  • AirTest Technologies Inc. (AAT) is pleased to advise that the company’s sales in January were up 10 per cent over the last year
  • President George Graham said AirTest sales in January 2021 were also 35 per cent over the average of the previous 8 months
  • In March, AirTest will be introducing an upgraded version of parking garage monitors that will enable the company to offer a very competitive version of this product line
  • AirTest Technologies is a Green-Tech company specializing in sensors that improve commercial building operating efficiency
  • AirTest Technologies Inc. is up 16.67 per cent to C$0.10 per share

AirTest Technologies Inc. (AAT) is pleased to advise that the company’s sales in January were up 10 per cent over the last year.

President George Graham said AirTest sales in January 2021 were also 35 per cent over the average of the previous 8 months.

“After averaging more than $300,000 sales in the first four months of 2020, volume fell off largely due to a few of our larger accounts cutting back on their production levels. This dropped our sales to an average of less than $180,000 per month for the last eight months of 2020. However, we still supply these larger accounts and they have been able to increase their production which enabled us to get up to $264,000 sales in January.”

The company’s core business appears to be getting back to earlier levels, however there are some other factors which the company feels will produce much larger sales levels going forward.

In March, AirTest will be introducing an upgraded version of parking garage monitors that will enable the company to offer a very competitive version of this product line that can be connected to any type of building control system sold in the North American market.

This will be followed early in the second quarter by the launch of its new TR9700 WiFi CO2/Temp/RH/Pressure sensor which will fit a large portion of Heating, Cooling and Air Quality applications.  With that new technology AirTest should be in position to rapidly increase air quality in school classrooms, retail stores and other commercial buildings, while at the same time maximizing energy efficiency in buildings that have variable occupancy.  

AirTest Technologies is a Green-Tech company specializing in sensors that improve commercial building operating efficiency and at the same time create energy savings.

These sensors are all based on technical innovations developed in the last 10 years, and comprise a growing second wave of energy saving technologies that will make a significant impact on making the large number of existing buildings green and sustainable.

AirTest Technologies Inc. is up 16.67 per cent to C$0.10 per share.

More From The Market Herald

" Micromem Technologies (CSE:MRM) closes private placement

Micromem Technologies (MRM) has closed a private placement for gross proceeds of $282,000.
PyroGenesis - Vice President of Sales, Massimo Dattilo.

" PyroGenesis (TSX:PYR) completes titanium powder order from Aubert & Duval

PyroGenesis (PYR) has completed a 100 kg titanium powder order from Aubert & Duval.

" Adamant Global Holdings (CSE:ADMT) releases 2021 results

Adamant (ADMT) has released its 2021 financial results headlined by significant revenue growth.

" Buzz on the Bullboards: The Larger the Hubs, the Heavier the Debates

Several of Stockhouse’s larger Bullboard hubs have set off serious debates on the future direction of some companies following significant moves this past