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Are outdated process controls holding you back?

Working on your equipment manually takes you away from more profitable activities. We understand how inefficient this is. You deserve to have equipment that does the work for you so that you can invest your time elsewhere.

When you have to spend all your time managing your machines, you can’t spend it growing your business.

Automate your temperature systems with these industry-leading products

Not sure exactly what you need? No problem! Our experts will help you find the right solution for your application.

The process is simple.

Here’s how it works:

1. Discuss

Schedule a free in-person or on phone meeting to go over your application. We’ll learn about your needs and ensure that we recommend the right solution.

2. Review

Once we send you a proposal, we will review it with you to make sure you know what you are getting and how it will help your process succeed


3. Support

Once you receive and install the equipment, we are only a phone call or email away for any support you need to make sure your process continues to run smoothly

About New England Temperature Solutions

Second-To-None Technical Knowledge

We have a deep understanding of the products we sell and their uses. You can trust us to help you find the right solution for your application (custom or otherwise).

Best In Class Products

We do not sell commodities, only things that we can add value to.  When you work with NETS, you’ll be sure to get high end features at competitive prices with great support. 

Unbeatable After-Order Support

We’re here for the long-haul. We will stick with you to make sure your product is serving you exactly as it should. We are committed to your success.

We don’t ask “how many,” we ask, “what do you want it to do.”