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Aquamotion, Inc. Announces New Patent Granted

AquaMotion, Inc. is a US pump manufacturer that builds all its circulators in the USA at their Warwick, R.I., plant. The company was awarded another United States Patent, Patent No. 9,328,736 B2 on May 3, 2016, for its unique carbon infused sintered bronze bearing which is stronger than a carbon bearing and is said to provide superior lubricity in a ...

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ASHRAE and AFE Sign Agreement of Understanding

ASHRAE and the Association of Facilities Engineering recently signed a memorandum of understanding, which outlines how the two groups can work together toward promotion of common endeavors. Under the agreement, ASHRAE and AFE will look for ways to work together in regard to advocacy, chapter collaboration, conferences and meetings, education and technical activities. ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a global ...

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Aquamotion, Inc. Announces C & C Marketing as New Representative for Upstate New York

AquaMotion Inc., a Rhode Island manufacturer of patented single, multi speed and variable speed circulators and recirculation systems, has appointed C & C Marketing in Apalachin, N.Y., as their representative for upstate New York. C & C Marketing will sell the AquaMotion product line through the wholesale distribution channels. Marty Klucka, president of C & C Marketing said that this ...

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New Centrotherm East Coast Regional Sales Manager

Centrotherm has added Richard Bruno as its East Coast regional sales manager. He brings over 40 years of experience to the CES sales team. Bruno holds numerous plumbers licenses in New York, and has a New York teaching certificate for plumbing, gas heating and oil burners.  He is also the author of “The Residential Guide to Gas Heating” and has ...

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HeatingHelp.com Passes Torch to Next Generation

HeatingHelp.com has named Erin Holohan Haskell as its new President. Erin will take over for her parents, Dan and Marianne Holohan. HeatingHelp.com is an online resource for information about heating systems. Dan and Marianne founded the company in 1997 and it has since blossomed into a vibrant online community. As Marketing Director, Erin’s expertise helped the website engage nearly 1.9 ...

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Existing Building Energy Efficiency Featured at ASHRAE 2016 Annual Conference

Increasing the energy efficiency and reducing the energy consumption of existing buildings can have four times the environmental impact as compared to the installation of renewable energy. With existing building renovation accounting for most of the money spent in U.S. building construction today, actual building performance needs to be determined to make the most of those dollars spent. Setting those ...

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ASHRAE Congratulates Senate on Passage of Energy Policy Modernization Act

ASHRAE expressed support for the passage on April 20 by the U.S. Senate of the Energy Policy Modernization Act, marking an important step toward making buildings in all sectors more energy efficient. The Senate passed the Act by a vote of 85 to 12. The bill contains numerous building energy code provisions that were supported by ASHRAE. “The passage of ...

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A Few Tricks

by George Lanthier This is an article about a few tricks that just might come in handy for you sometime. The first one features my fictional buddies, Bruce and Bubba in an older adventure that is still very much current in content. Bubba is on what was supposed to have been the last call of the day when he comes ...

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NORA Revises Gold Technicians’ Certification

Oilheat service technicians wishing to upgrade their NORA Silver Certification to the prestigious Gold level now have a revised and updated Gold program to follow. To achieve Gold Certification status, a Silver Certification is a prerequisite and the technician must successfully complete four of eight Gold certification topic modules. Currently, six of the eight modules are available for credit including ...

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Weil-McLain Launches 2016 “School of Better Heating” Training Programs

Weil-McLain®, a leading North American designer and manufacturer of hydronic comfort heating systems for residential, commercial and institutional buildings, has launched its 2016 School of Better Heating training program. The School of Better Heating is an annual series of seminars that now includes a new learning model that incorporates feedback from past and prospective attendees of the training events. The ...

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