Eurotherm by Schneider Electric appointed Steve Schroeder to senior business development manager overseeing products PAC and E+PLC. He will work directly with Eurotherm business development managers in heat treatment. Eurotherm supplies of process and temperature instruments and systems as well as specializes in solutions that provide precise control, secure data recording and advanced power control.

Jim Carroll was named senior vice president, global government relations at Honeywell. He will report to Kate Adams, senior vice president and general counsel.

Ametek Land, a provider of noncontact temperature measurement tools as well as combustion and environmental monitoring equipment, published a global services brochure. The guide describes the company’s after-sales services, incorporating technical support, certification and calibration, commissioning, repairs, servicing, preventive maintenance and training. After-sales services are offered through its dedicated in-house service centers and on-site service calls. Download the guide at

Artic Solar Inc., Jacksonville, Fla., a provider of solar thermal technology for industrial processes, hired Jim Bentz to represent the company for the food and beverage processing industries. Bentz will oversee all operations of direct and indirect sales.

Artic Solar is integrating and commercializing its XCPC, a nontracking, high temperature concentrating solar thermal technology, to meet temperature needs from 100 to 400°F. For food and beverage processing, the system delivers the temperatures required for industrial process heat, absorption chilling/refrigeration, water cleanup, desalination and industrial drying.

What is boiler standby mode? That is the question Cleaver-Brooks Inc., Thomasville, Ga., seeks to answer in a tipsheet and webinar. To learn more, watch the webinar, “Meeting Critical Steam Demands with a Varying Load,” at

Toronto-based industrial sensors and controls company Winters Instruments was honored with the prestigious “Canada’s Best Managed Companies” designation. The program recognizes best-in-class of Canadian-owned and managed companies demonstrating strategy, capability and commitment to achieve sustainable growth. The Best Managed program is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, Canadian Business, Smith School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums.

Induction heating equipment maker Ajax Tocco Magnethermic, Warren, Ohio, hired Emil Weatherbee as an after-market sales engineer, responsible for Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.