The Industrial Refrigeration Consortium, Madison, Wis., has added a “Safety Relief Systems Workshop” to its lineup of training programs on December 11-15. The web-based training course provides both the fundamentals of engineering safety relief systems and how to use the consortium's web-based safety relief systems analysis tool. The analysis tool is available to those that complete a training course. For more information or to register, visit www.irc.wisc.edu.
Ice Qube Inc., Greensburg, Pa., has contracted with Siemens Building Technologies, Buffalo Grove, Ill., to provide in-field service for Ice Qube's cooling systems at no additional charge during the warranty period. The field service will work in conjunction with the company's in-house technical staff. Repairs will be made on-site to reduce customer downtime.
Flowmeters.com, a web site from Universal Flow Monitors Inc., Hazel Park, Mich., has added a flowmeter technology selection chart. The chart also compares various technologies and fluids on the basis of cost, accuracy, installation requirements, output type, on-unit display availability, power requirements, flow switching availability, rangability, fluid conductivity and response time.
Farmington, Conn.-based Mott Corp. has opened a sales office in Beijing, China, to integrate engineering and technical functions to support Mott's process filtration business in China. Billy Huang, director of Asia-Pacific sales for Mott, will serve as chief representative for the office.
Things to Know
November 1, 2006