Industry Roundup: News from the Suppliers – 2007-04-25

News from American Ultraviolet, The Electrical Generating Systems Assn., ABB, Lee Technologies and more.

By Consulting Specifying Engineer Staff April 25, 2007

American Ultraviolet, Lebanon, Ind., has appointed Roger Stamper as vice president sales & marketing and Glenda Dawson-Cooper as central region sales manager for the germicidal air disinfection products division.

The Electrical Generating Systems Assn., Boca Raton, Fla., recognized a number of its members for outstanding contributions to EGSA and the entire on-site power industry recently, including: Leo LeBlanc of Nixon Power Solutions; Jack Rogers of FWMurphy; Jim Wright of Marathon Electric; Herb Daugherty, ASCO Power Technologies; Roman Gawlowski of Detroit Diesel; Ron Schroeder of ASCO; and Ed Kach of Caterpillar.

ABB, New Berlin, Wis., has named Jim Perkins as managing director of Drives Services, USA, according to Rick Hepperla, senior vice president and general manager — Low Voltage Drives.

Lee Technologies, Fairfax, Va., a provider of solutions which enable commercial enterprises and public sector agencies to avoid disaster and mitigate risk to their physical infrastructures, announced the appointment of Elaine Ratigan Wilde as senior vice president, public sector.

MEPatWORK, Des Moines, Iowa, a website that provides hiring solutions for the HVAC, electrical, plumbing and general construction industries, has appointed John von Harz president/COO.

Pentadyne Power, Chatsworth, Calif., manufacturer of flywheel energy storage systems, announced that Michael Tobin, chief executive officer of the London, UK-based TelecityRedbus Group, has joined its board of directors. Richard Newark has joined the company as chief operating officer.

Sea Gull Lighting, Riverside, N.J., has named Carter Thomas to be its vice president, product design.

Triton Power, Miami, manufacturer of commercial-grade generators, announced Eric Johnston as chief executive officer.