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The event will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the new facility located at 1950 NW 15th Street, Building B, Pompano Beach, FL 33069. The open house will include a brief presentation by Mike Powell, sales and marketing director with Luvata ElectroFin, and recognition of guests followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony, refreshments, and door prizes.
Luvata ElectroFin’s newest facility in Pompano Beach will offer INSITU®, a spray applied, permanent, water-based, synthetic coating developed specifically for the protection of heat transfer coils and components.
“Coastal environments with exposure to salt air are often detrimental to finned coils, decreasing an air conditioning unit’s life cycle while increasing its operating costs,” said Ralph Rice, general manager with Luvata ElectroFin. “Second only to full immersion, spray applied INSITU is the most effective way to combat this type of corrosion. With the grand opening of our newest facility in Pompano Beach, we’re looking forward to better serving our customers in southern Florida, the Carribean, and South America.”
The facility includes 19,050 square feet for plant operations, 2,400 square feet of office space, and 16,000 square feet of secure outside storage. The building includes three grade level bay doors and two dock height doors for easy collection and delivery.
Pompano Beach joins Luvata ElectroFin’s five other locations in Jacksonville, Texas; Louisville, Ky.; San Leandro and Temecula, Calif.; and Tampa, Fla., in offering spray-applied coil corrosion protection. Luvata also recently announced expansion plans for its coil corrosion protection coatings near Monterrey, Mexico, targeting to break ground on the new facility within the next month.
For more information on the company’s coating services, click here.
Publication date: 6/25/2012