Industry News - January 2014

Industry News - January 2014
Franklin Electric relocates headquarters

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Franklin Electric relocates headquarters

Franklin Electric relocated to its new World Headquarters and Engineering Center in Fort Wayne, Ind. The 118,800-square-foot facility houses the company’s 245 employees with room for future growth, as well as a 24,000-square-foot testing lab.

FCS names leak detection distributor

Fluid Conservation Systems named Utility Services Association its distributor for leak detection products in Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana.

Spiroflo Systems launches website

Spiroflow Systems launched its redesigned website, The site provides access to product information and applications, case studies, dedicated blog and sales representative locator.

MIOX launches website

MIOX Corp. launched its new website, The site includes videos highlighting company history, a tour of on-site chemical generators, product information and press releases.

Primary Flow Signal launches Canadian website

Primary Flow Signal, designer and manufacturer of flow metering solutions for water, wastewater, industrial and oil and gas applications, launched a dedicated website for its Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, location:

NSF manager appointed to Michigan AWWA board of trustees

The American Water Works Association’s Michigan Section (MI-AWWA) appointed Bruce Bartley to its board of trustees. Bartley is technical manager of NSF International Global Water Division.

SJE-Rhombus unifies subsidiaries under PRIMEX brand

SJE-Rhombus unified the company’s engineered municipal water control solutions businesses, CSI Controls, Control Works and Best Controls Company, under the PRIMEX brand.

Carbonair air strippers certified to NSF/ANSI 61-G

Carbonair Environmental Systems received NSF/ANSI 61-G certification for its line of STAT low-profile air strippers. Designed to remove volatile organic compounds, including disinfection byproducts such as chloroform, bromoform and other trihalomethanes (THMs), from municipal and industrial drinking water, the NSF mark ensures products have been independently tested to meet the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) development process.


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