Industry News - March 2014

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Neptune-Benson names CEO

Neptune-Benson, manufacturer of commercial aquatic filtration systems, ultraviolet disinfection systems and aquatics components, named Kenneth Rodi chief executive officer.

PRIMEX adds sales engineer

PRIMEX, formerly Control Works, hired Perry Baldwin as sales engineer. Based in Milford, Ohio, Baldwin has 30 years of engineering experience and 10 years experience in the wastewater control panel industry.

Bilco partners with Colt Group

The Bilco Co. partnered with Colt Group, a United Kingdom-based manufacturer of smoke and natural ventilation products for commercial buildings. Bilco will serve as a distributor for Colt’s line of products in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Krausz Industries opens Florida facility

Krausz Industries, manufacturer of the Hymax coupling, opened a facility in Ocala, Fla. The location will warehouse product for the water and wastewater industry and provide custom fabrication.

KDF Fluid Treatment celebrates 30th anniversary

KDF Fluid Treatment celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2014. Founded by Don Heskett in 1984, KDF produces filter media for water pretreatment, primary treatment and industrial applications.

LUDECA launches Keep It Running microsite

LUDECA launched its Keep It Running microsite, The site supports the company’s new message of No Excuses for High Vibration, Misalignment and Unbalance. It includes blogs, video tutorials, white papers and maintenance technologies.

UV Pure revises wholesale channel

UV Pure Technologies, developer and manufacturer of UV water purification systems, revised its wholesale distribution channel. The company will provide wholesalers with direct pricing, next-day shipping of parts, technical support and training. The North American wholesale channel structure follows UV Pure’s termination of its nonexclusive master distribution agreement with 3M Purification.

Kohler donates generator to Seaside Park

Kohler Generators donated a commercial-grade, standby generator to Seaside Park, N.J., scene of two disasters. In October 2012, Superstorm Sandy swept away the borough’s boardwalk and nearby amusement park, destroying homes and businesses. In September 2013, the community’s rebuilding efforts were set back by a boardwalk fire. The generator will be used to provide power for the administration building at 1701 North Ocean Ave. The building serves as the command center and shelter during a crisis situation.


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