Home » Associations For The Week: 11/28/2005 FYI Associations For The Week: 11/28/2005 November 23, 2005 Reprints No Comments Chicagoland Sheet Metal Contractors Association (CSMCA) installed William Niehoff Jr. as its president along with Jack Baer, vice president, and Patrick Ludvigsen, secretary-treasurer. The Heat Exchange Institute (HEI) released the third edition of Performance Standard for Liquid Ring Vacuum Pumps. The North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) awarded George Kiemle, president of Owens Corning Insulating Systems Business, with the Stanley Matthews Memorial Award. The Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) announced its 2006 Employee Compensation Study will be mailed out early January. North American Technician Excellence (NATE) has made the Knowledge Areas of Technician Expertise (KATEs) available on its Web site, www.natex.org. Publication date: 11/28/2005 Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to The NEWS Magazine Related Articles Manufacturers For The Week: 11/28/2005 Associations For The Week: 03/28/2005 Associations For The Week: 02/28/2005 Associations For The Week: 07/11/2005 Related Products PEAK Performance For The Technical Professional - Book on CD Preparing for the EPA Refrigerant Recovery Certification Exam DVD THE NEWS hat Uncomplicating The Heat Pump: Electrical System Troubleshooting DVD Related Events Getting Ready for Retrofit Season: Your Options for Refrigeration R-22 Retrofits Prepare to Mobilize: 10 Steps to Prepare Your Business to Go Mobile Failure Avoidance & System Technologies-A/C INLD FAST RETA Annual National Convention Related Directories National Association for the Exchange of Industrial Resources Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association-SMACNA National Air Filtration Association-NAFA Continental Automated Buildings Association-CABA You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.