Date Posted: Thursday, 14 November 2013 21:39
Hartzell Air Movement has just launched their new fan selection software called “Hartzell-FLOW®.” The new software allows engineers and customers to make their own fan selections, generate fan curves, and also view and download 2D drawings and 3D fan models. The program contains information on thousands of different industrial fans for a variety of markets including water and wastewater, marine, power generation, and heavy industry.
Date Posted: Friday, 01 November 2013 18:03
We have been asked many times why Hartzell doesn’t get into making blades for the wind turbine industry. The simple answer is that blades designed to move the air don’t work very well when trying to capture the air.
In the old days, we used to call these devices windmills. They have been used for centuries to convert wind energy into useful work. Most of us have seen pictures of the old Dutch windmills, which have a romantic connotation in older movies, slowly turning but quite inefficient.
Date Posted: Thursday, 24 October 2013 15:36
Hartzell Air Movement is pleased to announce that Brian Payne has joined as Vice President of International Sales. Brian Payne has been a consultant to Hartzell since July of 2011 focused on international market penetration. He has also been instrumental in executing market plans in wastewater and marine segments. President of Hartzell Air Movement, Sean Steimle states "Brian offers Hartzell Air Movement the experience and skills needed for the development and expansion of international business."
Date Posted: Thursday, 24 October 2013 15:33
Hartzell Air Movement was honored to have Ohio Governor John Kasich at their new large fan facility. The main reason for the visit was to celebrate the successful first year of the Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Voucher Program and to kick off the second year of the program. The Governor spoke of the importance of the OIWTVP and urged other businesses to get involved. He also met with the leaders of the Hartzell family companies to discuss other small business issues.
Date Posted: Thursday, 12 September 2013 17:54
Hartzell Air Movement is pleased to announce that Neil Cordonnier has joined as Vice President of Operations. He will be focused on improvements in the operation using Six Sigma, lean techniques, and other process improvements. Sean Steimle, President of Hartzell Air Movement explains, "We are very excited to have Neil as part of our own team. He will be focused on developing a flexible operational footprint and improving operational efficiencies across our manufacturing facilities.