Places & Faces: September 2019
Trimac Industrial Systems, Bonner Springs, Kan., added Dan Cordial as sales engineer. Cordial has 30 years industrial capital equipment experience with roles in sales, design and project management in paint, powder applications and finishing systems.
The pump test laboratory of PSG, a Dover Co., was approved through the Hydraulic Institute’s pump testing laboratory approval program. The HI program assists pump OEMs and other pump testing laboratories to improve their current laboratory procedures and policies by working with a third-party auditor to develop and maintain accurate, uniform and repeatable pump testing protocols. The program also helps participating organizations adhere to the requirements of the international test laboratory accreditation standard (ISO 17025) concerning test measurement equipment. PSG’s HI-approved facility is located in Grand Terrace, Calif.
Fox Thermal, Marina, Calif., released “Fox Thermal Facility and Calibration Laboratory Capabilities.” The brochure describes the importance of actual gas calibrations for gas flow measurement instrument accuracy. A print version can be requested, or a PDF version can be downloaded, at www.foxthermal.com.
Chemours Co. promoted Mark Newman to the newly created role of chief operating officer. Newman previously served as the company’s chief financial officer. As the company’s first COO, he will have responsibility for all three global businesses: Titanium Technologies, Fluoroproducts and Chemical Solutions. Additionally, Sameer Ralhan was promoted to the position of senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer. Ralhan previously served as vice president of business finance
Industrial automation and industrial internet of things (IIoT) manufacturer Opto 22, Temecula, Calif., named Josh Eastburn as director of technical marketing.
Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) International Inc., Arlington Heights, Ill., promoted Nazme Mohsina to the position of technical director. She previously served as associate director of certification. As technical director, Moshina will direct the activities of AMCA’s laboratory in addition to continuing to administer the association’s certified ratings program.
Rainer Schulz, former CEO of the global Rehau Group, was elected unanimously to Bühler Group’s board of directors. Based in Uzwil, Switzerland, Bühler manufactures industrial dryers, ovens, coolers, toasters and roasters from its Cary, N.C., facility.
Troy, Mich.-based NAI expanded its design and manufacturing capabilities to produce ruggedized industrial cable assemblies, box and panel builds. This expansion supports industrial technology companies in industries such as industrial controls, communications, test, measurement, instrumentation and machinery. Learn more at www.nai-group.com.
Stockholm-based JonDeTech Sensor AB upgraded the manufacturing process of its infrared sensors. Following the renovations, JonDeTech can produce about 7 million sensors per year with the help of a third-party supplier.
Case24.com and Sculpteo developed an online report on how manufacturers are using 3D printing technology and the benefits derived. Visit www.case24.com for infographics.
Richard Hourigan Inc., Bear, Del., released a glycol determination kit that can be used to determine the presence of ethylene glycol and propylene glycol in a field environment. Learn more at www.richardhouriganinc.com.