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About A J Services
AJS HVAC specialists manufacturing access doors & a range of dampers and supplying all the associated products in HVAC systems.
AJS is the UKs one stop shop for HVAC needs! With over 25 years experience within the industry as a manufacturer and supplier of high quality products. A J Services are manufacturers & suppliers of products associated within the heating ventilation industry, for commercial & domestic use. Priding themselves on both the staying at the forefront of innovation to ensure the safety of all products and the high quality and attention to detail of all the products which are manufactured at the Birmingham headquarters. With over 65,000 items on the product line AJS manufacture a wide range of products including: : Access Doors, Fire Dampers, Non Return / Backdraft Dampers, Smoke Dampers, Volume Control Dampers, Air Handling Units, Commercial , Domestic & Hydroponic Fans, Controls & Actuators, Air Valves, Grilles, Louvres & Diffusers, Filters, Silencers, Duct Insulation & Isolation Products, Spiral Duct & Fittings, Rectangular Duct & Fittings
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