Places & Faces (March 2011)
Anderson Thermal Devices, Hawthorne, N.J., revampedwww.andersonthermal.com to include a more user-friendly layout and expanded product descriptions. The site also includes new charts, graphs and product photographs as well as a technical papers section. ATD specializes in short- and medium-wave infrared solutions for the process heating industry.
Spooner Industries launched a fully interactive version ofwww.spooner.co.uk that is available in more than 50 languages. The site was redesigned to provide clear navigation while providing users with information on custom-built air floatation, impingement and infrared ovens, coolers, stabilizers and oxidizers. The company promises new content on a weekly basis.
United Electric Controls, Watertown, Mass., introduced a web-based product selector that is intended to help web visitors choose from the company’s electro-mechanical and solid-state pressure, differential pressure and temperature switch offerings.
Brian Plattner, process engineering manager atWenger Manufacturing Inc., Sabetha, Kansas, was appointed an adjunct instructor in the department of grain science and industry atKansas State University. As a member of the adjunct faculty, Plattner will assist with teaching at K-State, as well as participate in department research and support.
Temperature controls systems and chiller makerConair, Cranberry Township, Pa., re-launchedwww.conairgroup.com. The revamped site incorporates improved navigation, full-content search tools, expanded and reorganized product information, articles and videos.
DuPont, Wilmington, Del., acquired St. Louis-basedMECS from affiliates ofAmerican Securities LLC, in an act that strengthens the DuPont clean technologies portfolio and provides access to additional high-growth markets, particularly in developing regions such as Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. MECS provides process technology, proprietary specialty equipment and technical services for sulfuric acid producers.
Wall Colmonoy, Madison Heights, Mich., released a brochure for its Spraywelder thermal spray application system. To receive a copy of the brochure, download technical data sheet SW-100 from www.wallcolmonoy.com or call (248) 585-6400.
Cleveland-basedEaton Corp. appointedTexas Steam andLouisiana Steam as manufacturer’s representatives and distributors for its line of Eaton strainers, gas liquid separators, and bag and cartridge filtrations products. Their territory includes Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and the southern counties of Arkansas.