Held at McCormick Place Sept 28-30, the fourth ISH North America trade show once again brought together all facets of the plumbing, building, energy and air-conditioning industries-engineers, specifiers, contractors, government officials and wholesalers.
Here are the latest appointments within the industry.
SFA Saniflo, Inc. announced that Greg James has been appointed Western regional sales manager, a position that requires managing the company’s network of independent sales representatives in the 23 U.S. states west of the Mississippi. James comes to Saniflo with more than 22 years of experience in the plumbing industry.
Here are some recent happenings from around the industry.
The AHR Expo 2007 (International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition) takes place January 29-31, 2007 at the Dallas Convention Center. An estimated 45,000 total attendees are planned for the event, which is billed as the world's largest trade show for the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industry.
DECOLAV® combines the classic elements of wood and glass in its new 2650 console lavatory, one of many new 2006 vanities from the Ancahra™ Collection. The 2650 includes single-hole faucet drilling and measures 31"
HydroTherm, a Mestek Co., has introduced the PB Series, a new and improved line of energy-efficient, oil-fired boilers ideal for use in single family homes, apartments and condominiums. PB Series boilers are up to 86% efficient and combine rugged cast iron construction with a deluxe insulated metal jacket.
Delta-Therm Corp. introduces its commercial roof and gutter deicing cable (CO-6), which is CSA-certified for wet locations when installed with the thermoplastic overjacket and PCK-RGP power connection kit. The CO-6 cable outputs between 5 and 7 watts per lineal foot, depending upon the operating voltage and weather conditions.
Harvel Plastics, Inc. has extended its line of rigid extruded industrial CPVC pipe to include 18", 20" and 24" sizes in Schedule 40 and 80 dimensions, becoming the first manufacturer to produce CPVC pipe in these larger diameters.
Wolf Ridge opened in 1971 and the facility reports more than 15,000 students, teachers and parent chaperones from Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin descend on its campus each school year. Facility owners desire for sustainable buildings marches forward in 2017 and commercial pump manufacturers are ready to provide intelligent, energy-saving units. Read more stories in February issue.