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Manufacturers For The Week: 04/01/2002

March 29, 2002
  • Miller Electric Mfg. Co.’s (Appleton, WI) True-Blue® three-year factory warranty will now include total parts coverage for all of its twin-cylinder, air-cooled, gasoline engine-driven welding generators.
  • Bacharach, Inc. (New Kensington, PA), has acquired the Environmental Products Division of Yokogawa Corporation of America. The Atlanta-based division is a manufacturer of refrigerant leak detectors and monitors.
  • Greenheck (Schofield, WI) was honored with the Sustained Excellence Award from the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce Association. Greenheck was recognized for its sales growth, environmental programs, employee programs, and product development.
  • Dick McKinley, an American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning territorial manager for the O’Connor Company (Kansas City, MO), recently received American Standard’s North Central Region Sales Achievement Award for 2001.
  • Weil-McLain (Michigan City, IN) has introduced its Hydronics Education and Training (H.E.A.T.) technical courses. Spring dates have been scheduled throughout the New England region. For a complete list of seminar dates, go to www.weilmclain.com (website).
  • Lochinvar Corp. (Lebanon, TN) has announced that all of its fan-assisted copper products comply with Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) statewide NOx emission limits.
  • Thermo King Corp. (Minneapolis, MN) and Prime Inc. (Springfield, MO) recently signed a five-year agreement that extends Thermo King’s guaranteed maintenance program to cover a series of recently purchased units. For more information, go to www.thermoking.com (website).
  • Burnham Corp. (Lancaster, PA) has announced a new spring promotion. During April and May, contractors will receive a free cooler for every Burnham boiler purchased through a participating Burnham distributor. For more information, visit www.burnham.com (website).
  • Glasfloss Industries, Inc. (Dallas, TX), has named Don Kingston as executive vice president for the company.
  • Straightline Source (Pittsburgh, PA), a division of United States Steel Corp., has expanded its new electronic procurement and steel distribution service to customers in Detroit, Grand Rapids, and most of Michigan. For more information, visit www.straightline.com (website).

    Publication date: 04/01/2002