Baltimore Aircoil, Spectronics, Westermeyer Industries and ITT's Bell & Gossett are among the companies in the news.
Baltimore Aircoil will post news updates, maintenance tips, helpful links and other information via "tweets" using the Twitter social networking service. To follow the Batimore-based tower and cooling systems maker, visit twitter.com/howekool.
Spectronics Corp. published a 28-page, full-color catalog on its Spectroline products for industrial fluid leak detection and HVAC/R. The Westbury, N.Y., manufacturer of leak-detection lamps and kits included the complete product line as well as a lamp comparison chart, hookup diagrams and technical tips. For a copy of the catalog, call (800) 274-8888 or download it at www.spectroline.com.
Inc. magazine has ranked Westermeyer Industries No. 1,754 on its third annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Founded in 2001, Westermeyer Industries, Bluffs, Ill., manufactures components and accessories for the refrigeration and air-conditioning industries.
No-cost training seminars are offered at Bell & Gossett's Little Red Schoolhouse Education Center in Morton Grove, Ill., are intended for engineers, contractors and facility maintenance professionals. Sessions on the fall schedule focus on design and applications, service and maintenance, and large chilled water systems. For course descriptions and enrollment information, visit schoolhouse.itt.com. Seminar reservations must be made through Bell & Gossett representatives.
Things to Know (September 2009)
September 22, 2009