Flow Tech’s Kim Welch Hangs Up Her Many Hats for Retirement

This past week has been bitter sweet for Flow Tech, Inc. Our Accountant/Office Manager, Kim Welch, will officially retire as of July 1, 2019. Kim gave her retirement notice back in April, which was a shock to us all. Aside from being younger than most retirees, Kim has spent the last twenty years as an integral part of Flow Tech and it is hard to imagine the office without her. Today’s post reflects on her twenty-year career with us and highlights the celebration we had earlier this week in her honor…

Flow Tech Recruits for New Accountant/Office Manager

Our long-time Accountant and Office Manager, Kim Welch gave her retirement notice earlier this month. Although saddened by the thought of Kim leaving, we’re very happy and excited for her as she prepares for her next adventure on life’s journey. Kim has been with Flow Tech for twenty years and has seen it grow from […]

Flow Tech Hits Spring University Career Fair Circuit for Summer Internship Recruitment

Recently, we announced the promotion of Evan Benoit and Kevin Wixom into Outside Sales roles. Although we couldn’t be happier for them and now have a larger outside sales force, this promotion leaves our inside support team a bit understaffed. These staffing changes motivated us to hit the spring university career fair circuit to search for a summer intern or two. Keep reading for more information regarding Flow Tech’s internship opportunity…

Cooney Technologies Freeze Block Coils Now Represented by Flow Tech, Inc.

We are always looking for the latest and greatest technology to offer our customers. We pride ourselves on representing reputable manufacturers that produce high-quality and reliable HVAC products and systems. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve entered into a rep agreement with Cooney Technologies and we are now authorized to sell their Cooney Freeze Block […]

SecureAire White Paper: Active Particle Control Technology and USP 800 Pharmaceutical Compounding

Hospital-acquired infections (HAI) occur in 1.7 million patients in the US each year and are linked to 75,000 deaths. One potential source for airborne HAIs stems from the contamination of medications within the sterile compounding pharmacy zones. Today’s post discusses this contamination possibility.