Ridgid has released a line of thermal imagers. The line includes the RT-3, RT-5x, RT-7x and RT-9x models. The imagers are ideal for locating electrical problems, hidden moisture, overheating motors, insulation voids and thermal bridges, officials say.
S-5 has released its 2018 products brochure. The company’s aluminum and brass attachment products fit most standing seam and exposed fastener metal roof profiles, including most structural and architectural profiles, according to company officials.
Triangle Fastener Corp. expanded their line of Blazer drill screws. Lengths are now available in 1 7/8-inch, 2 3/8-inch, 3 ¼-inch and 4 inches. The screws are designed to attach metal panels over rigid insulation.
Mitsubishi Electric handed out awards and attendees learned about commercial and residential products and their marketing at Mitsubishi Electric U.S. Inc. Heating and Cooling Division’s annual Diamond Leadership Conference at Atlantis resort in the Bahamas.
Air Movement and Control Association International recently brought almost 100 attendees to the Hyatt Regency Riverwalk Hotel in San Antonio for its inaugural Air System Engineering and Technology Conference.
Career Technical Education Foundation has received a $1 million grant from San Francisco Bay area anti-poverty organization Tipping Point Community to expand a five-month construction trades training program for high school seniors.
Associated Builders and Contractors and the U.S. Veterans Business Alliance signed an agreement during ABC’s annual convention in Long Beach, California, to expand the participation of veteran- and disabled veteran-owned businesses in the construction industry.
Wiegmann Associates started the HVAC design and installation and building automation systems project for the St. Charles County emergency management department’s $20 million emergency operations center in O’Fallon, Missouri.
Shortly after the White House announced it was instituting tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was on television, holding up cans of Campbell’s soup and Budweiser beer.
The short-term spending bill signed by President Donald Trump early this year ended the government shutdown, and also included another delay in the effective date of the Affordable Care Act’s excise tax on high-cost employer-sponsored coverage, commonly referred to as the “Cadillac tax.”