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thumb Watts Water Technologies announces sale of certain non-core product lines
Watts Water Technologies has announced the signing of a definitive agreement with Sioux Chief Mfg. Co. to sell certain assets related to Watts’ brass fittings, brass and tubular, and vinyl tubing product lines. The selling price...
Jul 29, 2015 4:37PM

thumb ECCO Supply commercial sales manager receives ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award
Norm Grusnick, who is commercial sales manager at ECCO Supply in Burnaby, BC, was presented with an ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award at ASHRAE’s 2015 Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. ASHRAE president Tom Phoenix presented the award at...
Jul 29, 2015 12:34PM

thumb Schedule set for CIPHEX travelling road show
CIPHEX is back on the road with the 2015 travelling expo for plumbing, HVAC/R, hydronics, water treatment, tools, equipment, software and services.
Jul 29, 2015 10:16AM

thumb Underwood becomes third Canadian to lead ASHRAE
T. David Underwood, P.Eng., Fellow ASHRAE, Life Member, CPMP of Oakville, ON is the new president of ASHRAE. New officers and directors for 2015-16 were installed at ASHRAE’s annual meeting, which was held June 27 to July 1 in Atlanta, GA.
Jul 28, 2015 10:01AM

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2015 SERVICE VEHICLE REPORT

WEIGHING IN FOR THE FIGHT

The aluminum versus steel battle heats up the pickup truck market, while cargo capacity remains the benchmark for big cargo vans. By Bill Roebuck

It is an exciting year for new developments in both full-size pickup trucks and cargo vans. Both General Motors and Ford have come out with lighter-weight aluminum body parts, with Ford going all the way into it with its 2015 F-150. In this fight, nothing will change the weight class from heavyweight to welterweight, but a lighter weigh-in thanks to the use of aluminum versus steel generally means better fuel economy in a category known for gas guzzlers. Read More