All Energy Management Systems (EMS) and surge protectors manufactured by Progressive Industries are now covered by a lifetime warranty.
“This warranty demonstrates Progressive Industries’ commitment to its valued customers, as well as the RV industry, to build and stand behind our electrical and surge protection products,” said Thomas Fanelli, president of the Morrisville, North Carolina manufacturer of RV electrical products.
“We continue to be the only manufacturer with built-in surge fault indication on all of our EMS and surge protector models, which sets us apart from the competition,” Fanelli added.
Progressive Industries was the first manufacturer to introduce microprocessor technology in the production of surge protectors, as well as a digital display on all models, according to in a news release.
They also continue to offer built-in surge fault indication on all of its EMS and surge protector models.
The new lifetime warranty covers the following models:
Disclaimer: We use a Progressive Industries Energy Management System (EMS-PT50C)
In 1999, a full time RVer determined there had to be a better way to provide electrical protection to the new generation of RVs that now included high-end electronic equipment.
That vision led him to design, engineer, and manufacture several products that offer state-of-the-art, reliable electrical protection for today’s RVers.
Since those early beginnings, the company has grown and expanded its product line to include high quality, innovative electrical adapters and connectors for RV’s. Still today, the company remains privately owned by the original RVer with the products continuing to be proudly manufactured in the United States.
The Progressive Industries philosophy is simple: The quality of the product is long remembered after the price is forgotten.
Address: 414B Airport Boulevard, Morrisville, North Carolina 27560
Phone: (919) 462-8280
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