American-Standard Opens New Jersey Repair Plant —Literature Available

American-Standard's Heat Transfer Division, headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y., recently announced the opening of a full-capability, regional repair facility in Elizabeth, N.J. The announcement was made by Peter D. Roome, vice president and general manager of the Division.

The new heat exchanger repair plant is fully equipped to retube, repair, or rebundle shell-and-tube heat exchangers up to 42 inches in diameter, 20 feet long, and 20,000- pounds. The facility can handle any heat exchanger within these parameters regardless of original manufacturer. National Board "U" and "R" stamping is available. The plant handles retubing with ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless steel, or exotic materials, with bare or low-fin tubes. Most alloys are available from stock.

Regionally located for quick response to customer needs, the new facility's service capability—including unit pick-up and delivery— is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

In addition to providing quickresponse repair or rebundling for heat exchangers, the Elizabeth facility offers technical diagnosis and problem evaluation services based on American-Standard's more than 60 years of experience in heat exchanger design and construction.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 31,  Dec 15, 1983

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