Places & Faces (October 2008)
Cole-Parmer, Vernon Hills, Ill., released its 2009/2010 general catalog, which contains 2,600 pages with more than 60,000 products, in both printed and CD versions. The range of products listed includes 10,000 new items, among them those for industrial process, fluid handling, laboratory research, facility and personal safety, and electrochemistry. To request a copy, call (800) 323-4340 or visit www.coleparmer.com.
The Temperature Product Group ofMeasurement Specialties, Dayton, Ohio, has developed literature describing the company’s line of disk, bead and chip thermistors, temperature probes and thermopiles. Designed to customer specifications, the temperature-sensing products are available as both discrete components and as assemblies designed into probe configurations. For more information, call (937) 427-1231 or visit www.meas-spec.com.
Minneapolis-basedMincoreleased an industry guide intended to provide design engineers with suggestions on how to save weight and space when they incorporate heater, flexible circuit and temperature sensor designs from the company into their critical components. The guide highlights how precision flexible circuitry can provide high-density interconnections as well as usage tips for Thermofoil flexible heaters, flexible Thermal-Ribbon sensors, and rigid-flex systems. To order a copy, call (763) 571-3121 or visit www.minco.com.
Offered through the company’s distributors, an accessories catalog fromFluke Corp., Everett, Wash., describes how the add-ons can turn a Fluke digital multimeter into a thermometer, amp-meter or pressure gauge. The catalog lists products by popularity and includes photos of each product; multiple compatibility charts to help users match accessories to the appropriate test tools; an index; and application information. Fluke tool owners can request a copy from their distributors, order a printed copy or read the catalog online at www.fluke.com/accy-catalog.
Bry-Air Inc., Sunbury, Ohio, a manufacturer of custom dehumidification units, has attained the ISO 9001:2000 quality management systems, standards and guidelines, as issued by Perry Johnson Registrars Inc., Southfield, Mich.
CRC Industries Inc., a manufacturer of specialty chemicals used in general maintenance and repair operations, is marking its 50th anniversary. The Warminster, Pa.-based company founded byCharles J. Webb IIbegan in 1958 in a Philadelphia garage with a single product, a corrosion inhibitor. In 2008, with more than 500 employees, CRC produces in excess of 2,000 products for industrial, electrical, automotive, marine and aviation applications.
Stellar Materials Inc., Boca Raton, Fla., promotedJens Deckerto vice president, engineering, from his previous role as technical director, andBrian Mintzto vice president, communications, from marketing director. Stellar manufactures Thermabond refractories.