NFPA Member News – July 10, 2014

PTC_Alliance_logoPTC Alliance Corp. announced its acquisition of the assets of Niagara LaSalle’s Chrome Bar operations in Griffith, IN. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed but the sale closing is anticipated to occur on or around July 31, 2014. “We are very pleased to add the Chrome Bar assets of Niagara LaSalle Corporation to PTC Alliance and Enduro Industries’ existing business,” said Cary Hart, President of PTC Alliance. “After a short transition period, these assets and production will be moved to Hannibal, MO. to complement our already integrated plated tube and bar facility.”

RT_Dygert_logo_200RT Dygert has introduced seven more materials that qualify for the 3-A Symbol under 3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. They meet the Standard 18-03 for “Multiple Use Rubber and Rubber-Like Materials,” and include one NBR (black), two Viton® (one black and one green), one EPDM (grey) and three Silicones (all translucent). The 3-A designation represents the cooperative set of standards by professional sanitarians, equipment manufacturers and processors. These groups represent associations like the National Association for Food Protection, the Food Processing Suppliers Association, the International Dairy Foods Association and the American Dairy Products Institute, among others. The designation assures products that RT Dygert supplies continue to meet sanitary standards for protecting food from contamination.



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