Education Donation Program

Leading Together

At Appion, education is at the forefront of our business. We are committed to propelling our industry forward with the latest innovations, dynamic partnerships, and hardworking products to support HVACR professionals in the field.

Our Education Donation Program is designed to support your curriculum. With lifetime support, cutting-edge technology, free repairs, marketing materials, how-to guides, and our open-door policy, you can feel confident about our partnership in the classroom and beyond.

To find out how to qualify for Recovery or Evacuation Machine donations at your state accredited facility or union training center, please read our step-by-step below.

Questions? Please email us at to speak with one of our Education Donation Program representatives.

In 3 Easy Steps

IMPORTANT: Due to production limitations brought on by COVID, machine inventory may be limited. Please call our Education Donation Program at 303-937-1580 or email us for more information on availability and lead times before purchasing qualifying products.

Step 1: Fill out the form below to submit your Education Donation application.

Step 2: Once you’re approved, purchase one of the qualifying materials at a Distributor near you to receive a Free Recovery or Vacuum Machine for your trade program.

Step 3: Submit your Proof of Purchase to and we will ship your free machine(s) straight to your address.

Purchase a Speed Kit R and get 1 Free G5 Twin or Purchase a Speed Kit V and get 1 Free TEZ8

DISCLAIMER: The Appion Education Donation Program is only available to qualified U.S. and Canada educational facilities not connected to any for-profit mechanical service contractor company. Appion reserves the right to deny a request for any reason. Limit 5 each per campus per calendar year. Please allow 2-8 weeks for delivery of donated items. Shipping and handling, duties, taxes, and other fees may apply if shipped outside of the United States. Free repairs are reserved for donated Appion tools only.

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