Goodway Technologies, Stamford, Conn., developed calculators to help facility managers determine how much descaler is required. Those responsible for maintenance of chillers, boilers, heat exchangers, cooling towers, compressors or condensers will benefit. The online library includes descaling tools for boilers, chillers, cooling towers, fluid coolers and evaporative condensers, plate-and-frame and shell-and- tube heat exchangers. Visit the Resources section on www.goodway.com.
Mokon, Buffalo, N.Y., expanded its Duratherm Max line of water systems to include a lower temperature D3 Series, which has capabilities up to 330°F (166°C).
Winfield Kan.-based Webster Combustion Technology named Pacific Combustion Engineering as its manufacturer’s representative for industrial and commercial burners in Washington, Oregon and northern Idaho.
Cody Unrau was named design engineer for Continental Fan Manufacturing Inc., Dayton, Ohio.
Galvan Industries Inc., Harrisburg, N.C., launched a revamped hot-dip galvanizing services website. Hot-dip galvanizing prevents rust on steel used in construction and in manufactured parts by dipping it in molten zinc, creating a barrier against corrosion. The site, www.galvan-ize.com, is mobile friendly.
Helsinki-based Metso is expanding the coverage of its flow control solutions with a distribution agreement with the Croatia-based company Eco Consult d.o.o. The first order for control valves was for a refinery expansion project in Russia.
In other company news, Metso is operating under a new model as of January 1, 2018. Metso's new business areas will be Mining Equipment, Aggregates Equipment, Minerals Services, Minerals Consumables, Recycling, Valves and Pumps. The heads of the business areas will report to Metso's President and CEO Nico Delvaux. The group's current reporting segments, Minerals and Flow Control, remain unchanged.
Miura Boiler Inc., Rockmart, Ga., developed a video describing its “full steam in 5 minutes” LX and EX Series boilers. Other features described in the video include the company’s Quick Ship Xpress program, which reduces the need for rentals, and its “Safer by Design” engineering. Watch it at https://youtu.be/rlGUDczSALQ.
Lake Bluff, Ill.-based Buehler, an ITW Co., a manufacturer of value-added consumables and materials-testing equipment, introduced a quick ship program for its Wilson-certified Rockwell hardness test blocks. Learn more at www.buehler.com.
Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI), Taylor Mill, Ky., is accepting applications for the 2018 Matt Heuertz Scholarship Program. Students currently enrolled in programs that could lead to a career in the finishing industry can apply at www.ccaiweb.com.