Thermalogic Corp., Hudson, Mass., launched a new website at thermalogic.com with a streamlined, user-friendly platform. Configured to highlight the company’s control, sensor and transmitter product lines, the website also includes an area where users can elaborate on specific design features and application needs. Using the company’s control and sensor configurator, prospective customers can submit drawings, sketches, descriptions, ideas or information about obsolete products so a custom solution can be developed.
Nick LeJeune was named business development manager for Nationwide Boiler Inc., Fremont, Calif. Based out of the company’s new Houston facility, he will play a part in all global business development activities, including large boiler rental and sales projects for domestic and international customers. LeJeune also will manage the company’s representative network.
Earlier this year, Jeremy Olberding was promoted to vice president of Colmac Coil, Colville, Wash. His responsibilities include sales and marketing team leadership, accelerating Colmac Coil’s new product development, business development, and contributing to overall strategy and operations.
The board of directors of Atlanta-based Chart Industries Inc. appointed Paula Harris, Linda Harty and Roger Strauch as new directors. With these appointments, the board comprises eight independent directors and the CEO and president, Jill Evanko.
Paula Harris has more than 34 years of experience in international oilfield services with Schlumberger Ltd. Linda Harty has broad-based experience across finance, accounting, treasury and taxes in addition to strategy, capital allocation, and mergers and acquisitions. Roger Strauch is chairman of the Roda Group, an early-stage venture capital group focused on investment opportunities that address the consequences of climate change, stress on the Earthʼs natural resources and the increased demand for low carbon energy.
The 2021-2022 IHEA board of directors (left to right): Bob Fincken, Doug Glenn, Jeff Rafter, Michael Stowe, John Podach, Jason Safarz, John Stanley, Scott Bishop, Brian Kelly, Jeff Valuck and Alberto Cantu. Not pictured: Francis Liebens.
At its annual meeting in St. Pete Beach, Fla., the Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA), Independence, Ky., announced its 2021-2022 board of directors and officers. Scott Bishop of Alabama Power, Southern Co., serves as president; Jeff Valuck of Surface Combustion serves as vice president; Brian Kelly of Honeywell Thermal Solutions serves as treasurer; and Michael Stowe of Advanced Energy serves as past president.
Two members joined the board: Jason Safarz, a regional sales manager with Karl Dungs Inc., and Jeff Rafter, vice president of sales and marketing with Selas Heat Technology Co. LLC.
Continuing their service on the board are Gary Berwick, Dry Coolers; Alberto Cantu, Nutec Bickley; Bob Fincken, Super Systems Inc.; Francis Liebens, Solo Swiss Group; John Podach, Fostoria Infrared; John Stanley, Karl Dungs Inc., and Doug Glenn, Heat Treat Today.
Germantown, Wis.-based Wago hired Danny Woodlief as an electrical contractor and wholesale specialist for the eastern United States. Also, Wago hired Lucas Nuss as a product specialist for marking, tools and software.
In other company news, Tempe-based Poundra LLC partnered with Wago as a solutions provider. The industrial automation company focuses on providing technology solutions in the industrial and energy market segments. Poundra offers system integration, strategic consulting, contract manufacturing and safety certification services.
Vertex Manufacturing, a Cincinnati-based contract manufacturer, purchased an end-to-end additive manufacturing solution for Hastelloy from Velo3D Inc., Campbell, Calif. According to Velo3D, Vertex is the first contract manufacturer to own its system that processes the high performance material. Earlier this year, Vertex Manufacturing acquired a Velo3D solution for Inconel 718.