Raymond J. De Hont, chairman and CEO of Met-Pro Corp., Harleysville, Pa., has named James G. Board and Paul A. Tetley executive vice presidents of the company. Board has served as vice president and general manager of the company's Dean Pump and Fybroc divisions since December 2000. In February 2006, he assumed the additional responsibilities of management of the company's Sethco division, giving him worldwide responsibility for all Met-Pro pump divisions.
Tetley has served as vice president and general manager of the company's Strobic Air Corp. since December 1999. Effective March 1, he assumed the additional responsibilities for Duall and Flex-Kleen divisions, Strobic Air Corp., Systems division and International Sales division.
Orival Inc., Englewood, N.J., a manufacturer of manual strainers and automatic self-cleaning screen filters for industrial applications, has hired Dr. Marcus N. Allhands, P.E., as vice president of business development to expand markets for the company. He will report directly to the company president and set up operations in the Midwest.
Dave Greenplate has been hired as sales manager at Tek-Temp Instruments, Croydon, Pa., a chiller manufacturer. He will oversee the sales and marketing, be responsible for developing quotes, and work with customers to determine the best recirculating chiller solution for their specific applications.
Hansen Technologies Corp., Burr Ridge, Ill., has named Thomas J. Lemar director of North American sales and marketing.
Carnie Marsh has joined Alfa Laval, Richmond, Va., as a key accounts manager in the Industrial Refrigeration Market Unit of the Comfort and Refrigeration segment.
St. Paul-based Colder Products Co., a provider of quick-disconnect couplings, promoted Rick Garber to vice president of marketing. Garber, who developed Colder's radio frequency identification (RFID) capabilities and has become an advocate for smart technology, will oversee all of Colder's global marketing and sales support efforts.
Roland Reesby has been named vice president, operations, for Munters Moisture Control Services (MCS), a division of Munters AB, Stockholm, Sweden. MCS' global division offers services for temporary climate control in industrial applications.