FYI: News Briefs in HVAC - February 24, 2020
For your information news briefs from a wide variety of categories within the HVAC industry. Price increases, mergers and acquisitions, award winners, and more are highlighted here each week.
CoolSys (Brea, California) will be rebranding all of its operating businesses under the CoolSys name over the next 12 to 18 months.
Ice Air (Mt. Vernon, New York) has achieved AHRI (Air-conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Institute) certification for its entire water-source heat pump (WSHP) line.
Stulz (Frederick, Maryland) expanded its Australian and New Zealand subsidiary into Oceania.
S. A. Armstrong Limited (Scarborough, Ontario) named Todd Rief chief executive officer. He will report to Charles Armstrong, executive chairman of Armstrong.
Daikin North America (Waller, Texas) began a two-year unit replacement limited warranty for select condensing units and residential packaged units, as of Feb. 1.
Fieldpiece Instruments (Orange, California) named Cameron Rouns chief executive officer.
Aircuity (Newton, Massachusetts) announced that 2020 marks the company’s 20-year anniversary.
Aspen Pumps Inc. (Houston) opened a new office, conference, training, and warehouse facility in Tomball, Texas.
FabricAir (Lawrenceville, Georgia) honored Stan Weaver & Co. (Tampa, Florida) with its Top Manufacturer’s Representative Performance Award.
Air Pros Residential and Commercial Air Conditioning Services (Davie, Florida) acquired Promaster Air Conditioning (Coral Springs, Florida).
Comprehensive Energy Services Inc.’s (Longwood, Florida) co-founder/co-owner Shelly Morgan was named among Orlando Business Journal’s 2020 Women Who Mean Business.
Inficon (East Syracuse, New York) is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Motion Industries Inc. (Birmingham, Alabama) named Chris Pacer vice president of the company’s Central Group.
The Sanhua Texas Technology Center (STTC) completed a year-long evaluation process and is now accredited to ISO/IEC specifications by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA).
The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) announced Clay’s Climate Control (Linwood, New Jersey) as the ACCA 2020 Residential Contractor of the Year.
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