EC&M Staff

Electro Rent Expands Pool of Rental Test Equipment for Contractors
After recently expanding its inventory to include the latest power quality, electrical, fiber optic cabling, LAN cabling, and CATV/HFC plant test instruments,
NFPA's Fall Education Conference Kicks Off in November
It's not too late to register for NFPA's 2001 Fall Education Conference scheduled for November 10-14 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas. In response
How Does TUMS Spell Relief? G-U-A-R-A-N-T-E-E
In a project that included the installation of a 15,000V substation, Guarantee Electrical Co., St. Louis, recently completed an electrical system renovation
NFPA Votes to Continue Lightning Protection Project
At its October 4, 2001, meeting, the Standards Council of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) voted to continue the project on lightning protection
Interest in Distributed Energy Increasing, Study Says
A growing number of businesses appear ready to adopt small-scale, onsite applications of electric-generating technology, or distributed energy, to address
New Web Site Promotes Benefits of Motor Management
Greater attention to motor system management can reduce motor energy costs by as much as 18%, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, and in response,
ABI Releases Report on the Burgeoning Fuel Cell Market
Members of the electrical industry interested in the future of alternative energy sources have a new resource for information on the subject. Allied Business
Ault Signs Private-Label Deal With MagneTek
Ault Inc., Minneapolis, recently signed a private-label agreement with MagneTek, Atlanta, to sell the company’s line of compact, high-density DC/DC converters
Rockwell Signs Automation Asset Management Service Agreements
Rockwell Automation, Milwaukee, recently signed agreements with six major manufacturers for the management of maintenance repair and operations (MRO)
FEMA Pledges Long-Term Support
One month after the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center and Pentagon, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) emphasized
ACEC Study Finds More Engineers Offering Construction Management
According to a recent article in Last Word, the American Council of Engineering Companies’ newsletter, consulting engineers are moving more into construction
Greenlee Textron Donates Tools
Greenlee Textron recently announced it is donating more than 800 tools to aid New York Fire Department workers in their debris-clearing effort at the
Lithonia Lighting Enhances Web Site
Lithonia Lighting’s Web site,, now features an environmentally friendly outdoor lighting section, including information
How to Thank NYC Rescue Workers
If you’d like to thank the countless rescue workers in New York for saving lives and searching for survivors at the World Trade Center disaster site, the New York City post office and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have designated a post office box for letters of recognition and thanks.
NSI to Acquire T&B Product Lines
National Service Industries (NSI), Atlanta, recently reached an agreement to acquire the assets of the American Electric and Dark-To-Light product lines

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