Places and Faces (October 2014)
Cincinnati-based Exair expanded its air knives line to include a model 108” long. The company manufactures all knives 60”and longer using one-piece construction to ensure seamless airflow. The knives produce a laminar sheet of airflow to blow off, dry or cool surfaces up to 108” wide.
Julabo opened a subsidiary in Boven-Leeuwen, the Netherlands. The new subsidiary team is located in modern offices that include service and storage facilities. Hans Diels, who has 20 years of experience in the market and industry, will manage the new entity.
Seifi Ghasemi was named the chairman, president and CEO of Air Products, Lehigh Valley, Pa. Prior to this assignment, Ghasemi was a director of the company as well as chairman and CEO of Rockwood Holdings Inc. He succeeds John E. McGlade, who has retired.
The International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration, Arlington, Va., promoted Tony Lundell to director of standards and safety. In the newly created position, Lundell will take on an expanded leadership role for the organization, representing IIAR’s technical expertise and development of safety programs.
CES Group LLC, Eden Prairie, Minn., launched a website focused on its data center cooling products. The services help reduce data center energy consumption and increase cooling capacity. Learn more at datacenters.ces-group.com.
Fair Lawn, N.J.-based Calmac launched a new website focused on its thermal energy storage products. Visit www.calmac.com to download CAD and BIM models and learn about company news and installation.
Sonitec-Vortisand hired Donald A. Aromando as regional sales manager for the central and western United States, including the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast.