Flow Tech Exhibits at the NEHES and NEWWA Spring Conferences this Week.

We’re preparing ourselves for a very busy week. Four of our Sales or Inside Sales reps will be exhibiting at two very different trade shows later this week! Starting tomorrow and Thursday, Larry Scola and Brian Robinson will be representing us at a water industry event, the New England Water Works Association’s (NEWWA) Spring Conference and Exhibition. While on Friday, Tom Proietti and Evan Benoit will be focused on our healthcare market at the New England Healthcare Engineers’ Society’s (NEHES) Spring Conference. Continue reading to learn about each show and why you should attend…

Aircuity Monitor: February 2018 Digital Newsletter

Today’s blog post comes from the February edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue, you’ll read about a 2.0 Platform conversion success story, as well as find out which schools made the Net Zero list thanks to Aircuity. You’ll also learn about how they’re partnering with us on an upcoming trade show…

A Year in Review – Flow Tech’s Recap of 2017

Although it’s the end of January, the excitement and hopefulness of the new year is still upon us. We didn’t want our customers and followers to miss out on our traditional, Year in A Glance Recap. So, we thought it better to post a little later than not at all. As you think about the future and what 2018 has in store please enjoy a recap of what 2017 brought Flow Tech…

Flow Tech Exhibits at NEWEA 2018 Annual Conference in Boston, MA

Most people know Flow Tech for our excellent service, preventative maintenance, and retrofits of variable frequency drives (VFDs) for HVAC applications. What many aren’t aware of is that we also sell, service and stock ABB VFDs for water and wastewater applications throughout New England. One of our key marketing objectives for 2018 is to spread the word and make connections and build relationships within the New England Water/Wastewater industry. To help kickstart this initiative we’re exhibiting this month at the New England Water Environment Association’s (NEWEA) Annual Conference! Continue reading to learn more about this year’s show…

SecureAire White Paper: Particle Control Technology Combats Aerosolized Transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera

Todays Healthcare System faces the continuous challenge of increasing costs due to the 1.7 Million patients that are hurt by Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI’s) and tax the system by an estimated $20+ Billion each year. One of the more recent challenges concerning Hospital Acquired Infections in Cardiac Surgery is the airborne transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera, which has been linked to operating room equipment, deemed critical to the success of these surgical procedures. SecureAire recently researched and investigated the airborne transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera and found Particle Control Technology to be one of the few potential solutions in reducing this transmission. The below White Paper entitled, “Particle Control Technology Combats Aerosolized Transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera from Heater-Cooler Units during Cardiac Surgery”, explains the results of its latest Hospital Operating Room study in the context of Mycobacterium chimaera…