Huber USA, a subsidiary of temperature control systems maker Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau AG, named Michael Nock its director of technical service. Nock previously worked as part of the customer support team at Huber headquarters in Offenburg, Germany.
Lewco Inc., Sandusky, Ohio, added eight representatives serving 21 states. They will support Lewco’s industrial oven sales and provide application assistance. They include CVA Energy, covering Virginia; Beacon Industrial Group, handling North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida; Matrix Controls Corp., serving Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas; Baillie Sales & Engineering, handling North and South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota and northern Wisconsin; DeMar & Associates, covering Kansas and western Missouri; Dahl-Vaughn Inc., serving California and the city of Reno, Nev.; Solids Technology, covering Arizona, New Mexico, and the cities of Las Vegas and El Paso, Texas; and M Squared Solutions, covering Illinois, northwest Indiana, southern Wisconsin, the upper peninsula of Michigan and the city of St. Louis and surrounding counties.
The Chicago-based business office of Raymond Bartlett Snow, previously located in Warrenville, Ill., relocated to the company’s global headquarters at its applications development and research and development laboratory in Naperville, Ill. The testing laboratory contains pilot-scale equipment for thermal processing, size reduction and classification of minerals, chemicals, food products and other materials. The use of pilot-scale rather than bench-scale equipment generates results that are more accurately scalable to production-size machines. A member of the Arvos Group, Raymond Bartlett Snow can be reached at 2151 Fisher Drive, Naperville, IL 60563. The website remains www.arvos-group.com.
The Chicago-based business office of Raymond Bartlett Snow, previously located in Warrenville, Ill., relocated to the company’s global headquarters at its applications development and research and development laboratory in Naperville, Ill.
Snehal Desai, former global business director of the Dow Water & Process Solutions business, joined Pittsburgh-based Evoqua Water Technologies as chief growth officer, a newly created position. Also, Evoqua named Jim Kohosek as executive vice president and chief administrative officer.
Temperature and flow control equipment provider Endress+Hauser, Greenwood, Ind., inked partnerships with three automation companies. The companies will collaborate to help drive the “digital oilfield” in the oil and gas industry. Each company will contribute focused areas of expertise: Endress+Hauser’s intelligent field instruments and digital communication expertise; Angus Measurement Services’ systems fabrication and technology consultants help optimize the performance of gas, oil and water assets; TechnipFMC’s oil-and-gas measurement technology; and Vector Controls and Automation Group’s expertise in gas analytics, measurement and control.
The International Society of Automation published Mission-Critical Operations Primer, authored by Steve Mustard. It focuses on 16 critical infrastructure sectors whose failure could result in significant financial loss through production impact or plant damage. To purchase a copy, visit www.isa.org/store.