Heat transfer fluids provider Dynalene, Whitehall, Pa., has two ongoing Pennsylvania Infrastructure Technology Alliance projects with Lehigh University. On one project, Dynalene is working with the chemical engineering department to improving cryogenic separation of water from heat transfer fluids. On the second project, Dynalene is working with the Bethlehem, Pa.-based universitys Center of Advanced Materials and Technology on high temperature corrosion studies of molten salt-based heat transfer fluid used for concentrating solar plant applications.
Super Radiator Coils broke ground at its manufacturing facility in Minneapolis to build a 22,000 ft2 addition to meet demand for heat exchanger coils that are used at nuclear power plants as well as other applications. The company previously expanded its original 65,000 ft2 plant in 2012 with a 13,000 ft2 addition to build the same equipment.
Dwyer Instruments Inc., Michigan City, Ind., released its 2015 catalog, which includes information about the companys instrumentation products, including more than 45 new products. It is available in print or digital CD. To request a copy, visit www.dwyer-inst.com.
Paratherm, West Conshohocken, Pa., named Steve Beward sales engineer for account management and customer support in the eastern United States and Canada. Beward has worked in industrial automation for more than 20 years serving in sales, service, marketing and management roles. Greg Jerdan, who previously served customers in this territory, was previously promoted to operations manager for the maker of heat transfer fluids.
Can-Eng Furnaces International Ltd. celebrates its 50-year anniversary in 2014. Founded by Arthur R. Neufeld and Waldron L. Bamford, the company built its first furnaces in 1964. On June 19, customers, vendors, industry partners and current and former employees gathered at Can-Eng?s headquarters in Niagara Falls, Ontario, for an open house, followed by a dinner overlooking Niagara Falls. Guests enjoyed speeches by Michael Klauck, Can-Eng president; Wally Bamford, a former owner and president; and Alan Van Geyn, Can-Eng vice chairman.
Julabo opened a subsidiary in Boven-Leeuwen, the Netherlands. The new subsidiary team is located in modern offices that include service and storage facilities. Hans Diels, who has 20 years of experience in the market and industry, will manage the new entity.
In other company news, Julabo added a product finder to help users find the correct solution for temperature-control applications and a live chat function to its website. By making choices in the product finder on www.julabo.com, a user can activate a direct comparison that displays an overview of the possibilities of temperature control with instruments from the Allentown, Pa.-based maker of temperature control systems and circulators.