Picture this… It’s 7:00 PM on a Friday and your customer asks you for pricing on an urgent project. S&P USA’s offices have already closed for the day so calling won’t help. You could send an email, but you don’t expect a response until next week.
So, what do you do? Head to Optisizer of course!
What is Optisizer?
Optisizer is a state-of-the-art fan selection program designed by Soler & Palau Ventilation Group: North American Division to help industry professionals choose the most suitable product for every application. Optisizer allows you to obtain product information, submittal drawings, fan performance details, and specifications in a snap.
With Optisizer you can follow a project from the initial fan selection, through the bidding and submittal phases, after which you can place an order within the program. As an online based program, you can complete your fan projects from anywhere in the world.
Whether at your desk or over 2,000 miles away, as long as you have access to the Internet, your projects are available from anywhere and at any time. You can also share your projects with coworkers if you need to collaborate. This completely web-based program ensures you have the most up-to-date product information and pricing. There is no need to download updates or always use the same computer. Optisizer is available wherever you are.
The Heart of the Fan Selection Program
Optisizer's intuitive selection wizard guides you through the fan selection process. Fan and option compatibility rules are programmed into Optisizer so every selection you make is correct. The program will not allow incompatible options, minimizing errors in your quoting and order entry process.
All you need to know is your volume and static pressure and Optisizer will return the best fan models for your criteria. Plus, the easy-to-read grid allows you to select the model based on size, horsepower, price, sound level, efficiency, and more.
Don't know our model or part numbers? No problem. We have a cross-reference page available in Optisizer. If you know the competitor model or part number information, you can search for the S&P equivalent, making it easier to find the fan needed for your project. No need to memorize strings of letters and numbers.
How do I get started?