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2013 February 11
Moving product from manufacturer to contractor simplifies the definition of wholesale distribution. What it doesn’t account for are the multiple processes that distributors employ to effectively accomplish product movement and customer satisfaction; all while endeavoring to make a profit.
Lennox Industries opened its 100th store and distribution center in Depew, N.Y.
Last year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) completed the rollout of version 3 of its Energy Star for New Homes program, and more HVAC contractors became involved in this process to certify efficient homes.
With a nod to its surroundings, The Carneros Inn was conceptualized in 1998 to incorporate natural beauty while ensuring sustainability through a number of ecologically minded design and construction principles.
Hundreds of members of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) will be remembering the Alamo while taking in five days of star-studded lectures and performances at this year’s MCAA National Convention, slated for March 17-21 in San Antonio.
The “Education … The Key to a Sustainable Future” conference provides lectures, hands-on sessions, and nearly 80 industry exhibits for persons providing training in the HVACR and energy-auditing fields.
Many careless injuries are the result of rushing to complete a task and not taking the necessary time to do it right.
CO2 as a refrigerant in cascade supermarket systems, transcritical applications, transport refrigeration, and heat pumps were among major developments in recent years. Here is a summary of those developments.
Compressor overheating is often referred to as the HVACR industry’s most serious field problem.
People tend to use words like “complex” and “intense” to describe government regulations that impact the HVAC industry. These days, “rapidly changing” could also be applied, as the industry quickly shifts its plans to accommodate the potential change to the DOE’s regional furnace standard.
Four Seasons Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing recognized as Employer of the Year.
Commercial Food Equipment Service Association will use FixxBook’s Private Network software.
AHRI releases Geothermal Systems eBook; RSES announces new executive committee; CIPH will co-convene 2014 International Emerging Technology Symposium.
Field Controls names Midwest regional sales manager; Regal Beloit names HVACR marketing specialist; Metal Coaters opens coil-coating facility; Hussman announces Southeast representative; Scotsman Industries, acquired by Ali Group, will remain U.S. based; Elgin Fastener Group names corporate controller, director of supply chain management, and technical sales representative; Bristol Compressors appoints vice president of finance and vice president of supply chain; ICOR International doubles number of system conversion labels supplied with NU-22B; Reversomatic Manufacturing announces opening of U.S. distribution facility and names vice president of U.S. sales.
On Jan. 17, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced the first meeting of the Appliance Standards and Rulemakings Federal Advisory Committee (ASRAC).
Tecumseh Products Co. announced that Kent Herrick has resigned from its board of directors and as its chairman, effective Jan. 17.