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TORRANCE, CALIF.—LEDtronics, Inc. announces the newest member to its series of high-brightness, energy-efficient retrofit LED Recessed Downlights. The RDL32-4-12W series are Energy Star and UL/cUL listed, dimmable ceiling can-style downlights ideal for indoor use in architectural/décor lighting and commercial applications: hospitals and medical facilities, hotels and resorts.
PORTLAND, ORE.—Viridian Reclaimed Wood announced the introduction of several new products to its line of engineered reclaimed hardwood flooring, according to Viridian co-owner Joe Mitchoff. The line extensions include American Classic White Oak, Old Growth Douglas Fir, Fishtail Oak, and the in-demand Rustic Jakarta Market Blend.
LONGMONT, COLO.—Installing downlights with pin-based CFL or other pin-based lamps used to require the management of many parts, ballasts, drivers, lamps and finally the fixture itself. TERRALUX has eliminated the need for ballasts with the introduction of its D Series Downlights, streamlining the installation and maintenance process. Engineered for commercial applications, the modular LED downlights have efficacy above 85 lumens/watt.
MIAMI—Eco-Terr terrazzo in “Murano White” is featured in the recently renovated Roosevelt Hotel in Miami Beach. Interior designer Martin Brudnizki chose Eco-Terr to help preserve the Art Deco architecture and design of the historic 388 room hotel set to open later this year. To meet with Brudnizki’s design, Coverings ETC produced custom sizes of Murano White, which is featured throughout the guest bathrooms.
NASHVILLE, TENN.—The Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Franklin Cool Springs, a full-service hotel located 14 miles outside of Nashville, has recently upgraded 10 of its guestrooms to make them more comfortable for people with asthma and allergies. The rooms were installed by PURE Solutions, which provides allergy travel accommodations at nearly 300 hotels nationwide.
COUNCE, TENN.—A recent demonstration project at Pickwick Landing State Park Resort has created excitement throughout the state’s park system about reducing energy usage and costs. The four-week study was a joint effort of TVA, Pickwick Electric Coop (PEC), and Tennessee Department of Energy and Conservation (TDEC). The result of the project: a 44 energy savings in the hotel rooms and 64 percent in the cabins—all without negatively impacting guest comfort convenience, according to park personnel.
NEW ALBANY, MISS.—Master-Bilt, manufacturer and supplier of a full line of premier commercial refrigeration, announces the appointments of James Watkins as Regional Manager for the Mid-Atlantic/SE Sales Region and Brian McMillin as Customer Service Manager effective immediately.
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH.—Crypton recently introduced C Zero, the latest weapon in the company’s arsenal of performance fabric solutions. C Zero is a new category of performance enhancements, one without the use of fluorinated chemistry, thereby having a minimal impact on the environment.
AUSTIN, TEXAS—Noesis Energy, the savings and financing platform for energy efficiency projects, has been selected by Affiliated Distributors to help its members close more energy efficiency projects. Affiliated Distributors has signed a licensing agreement with Noesis Energy to offer Noesis Financial Services to its top-tier members, known as EnergyForce Champions. With this suite of services, EnergyForce Champions can quantify and verify energy savings for their clients, develop more compelling project proposals, and include specialized efficiency financing with their proposals.
CHICAGO—Protect-A-Bed has launched a reusable, portable treatment bag, the ThermalStrike Ranger, designed to rid luggage of bed bugs. Using the similar heat technology that makes ThermalStrike heated luggage popular among travelers, the Ranger eliminates bed bugs by surrounding luggage with penetrating heat on all sides to destroy all stages of bed bugs and eggs.
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