Industry News - December 2012

Industry News - December 2012
Control Works relocates sales, engineering offices

Pump Solutions Group launches websites

Pump Solutions Group launched its new website, The site is part of PSG's "One Company-One Customer" brand image. The initiative demonstrates PSG's commitment to one common voice and image for all of its pump brands. The company also launched new sites for Blackmer (, Neptune (, Wilden (, EnviroGear (, Griswold Pump Co. ( and Mouvex (, as well as a new corporate brochure.

MWH Global sells MWH Laboratories to Eurofins

MWH Global, provider of strategic consulting, environmental engineering and construction services, sold MWH Laboratories to Eurofins Scientific, a leader in analytical testing support. MWH Laboratories, one of the largest water quality laboratories in the United States, provides technical services from its 34,000-square-foot facility in Monrovia, Calif. Eurofins, a leader in food and pharmaceutical product testing, has 170 laboratories in 32 countries. It will retain MWH's management and 100 employees, renaming the facility Eurofins Eaton Analytical in honor of Dr. Andrew Eaton for his leadership in water quality and 32 years of service.

Wilo USA partners with Duke Energy, names director of sales

Wilo USA partnered with Duke Energy, an electrical utility provider for North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, and appointed Matthew Beasley director of sales.

Orenco launches multilingual Web portal

Orenco Systems added a multilingual Web portal, translated into Portuguese and Spanish and soon to include French, to its website, The Web portal includes links to translations of key product brochures.

Vacon opens Solar Competence Center in Spain

Global AC drives manufacturer Vacon opened a Solar Competence Center in Barcelona, Spain. The center complements and supports Vacon's solar product portfolio, providing engineering, customer training, presentations and participation in project meetings for customers who purchase Vacon Solar products.

FCI analyzer receives Canadian approvals

The Model FS10A analyzer flow switch/monitor from Fluid Components International received FM and FMc Canadian approvals, making the device suitable for continuous flow verification applications that support process analyzer sampling systems operating in hazardous plant areas in the United States, Canada and elsewhere. The approvals include nonincendive Class I, Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D; Class II, Division 2 Groups E, F, G; and Class II T4@Ta=71 degrees C Type 4X.

Control Works relocates sales, engineering offices

Control Works, supplier of custom control panels, moved into its new sales and engineering offices at 400 Techne Center Drive, Suite 104, Milford, Ohio. Phone and fax numbers remain the same.

Oldham launches expanded website

Oldham, an Industrial Scientific company, launched an expanded website, The site offers information on products, applications, custom system design, support and sustainability.

DSI offers webinar on benefits of eddy current drives

Drives manufacturer DSI Dynamatic will hold a webinar, "True Pump System Efficiency: The major cost advantages of electromagnetic eddy current drives," on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 3 p.m. Eastern time.

Presenters will be company representatives Anthony Anniballi and Gary Patterson. The webinar will demonstrate the technology comparisons and overall cost advantages of electromagnetic eddy current drives versus variable-frequency drives (VFDs), notably for medium-voltage water and wastewater adjustable-speed pumping and centrifugal blower applications. To register, visit

Red Valve offers product catalog

Red Valve's 28-page condensed catalog includes the latest information on its quality pinch valves, Tideflex check valves, non-clogging air diffusers, Redflex expansion joints and other flow control products. The catalog includes product dimensions and applications.

Alfa Laval acquires Gamajet

Alfa Laval acquired Gamajet Cleaning Systems, forming a new company, Alfa Laval Tank Equipment Inc. It will operate as Gamajet Cleaning Systems and remain in Exton, Pa. Robert Delaney, president of Gamajet, was named president of the new company. Alfa Laval's existing line of tank cleaning equipment, Toftejorg, was absorbed by the new company for North America. Sales, support and service of Toftejorg equipment will be handled at Gamajet's Exton office.


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