Emerson employees turn compressors into art
Emerson Climate Technologies is celebrating its 100-millionth Copeland Scroll compressor. The company is marking the milestone with a program designed to celebrate compressor technology and the people who make them.
Each of the eight Copeland Scroll compressor manufacturing facilities around the world turned one of their units into art by painting a compressor with a unique design reflecting the plant and local community. Plant employees and local artists designed and painted each compressor. The facilities that participated in the project include the plants in Sidney, Ohio; Lebanon, Mo.; and Natchitoches, La. Emerson plants in China, Ireland, Mexico, Thailand and Belgium also took part.
Photos and descriptions of the compressors are available on the Copeland Scroll Facebook page.
“We are overwhelmed by the beauty of these painted compressors and the immense pride that went into creating them. We have an incredibly talented team who we now know understands both the science and art of compressor technology,” said Cathy Billing, marketing manager for Emerson Climate Technologies. “I encourage everyone in the HVACR industry to check out the photos and see these compressors in person as they tour the world.”