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FMA Elects New Members, Officers to 1- and 3- year terms.
Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, Intl.    Rockford, IL 61107
November 17, 2010 At their annual meeting, Fabricators and Manufacturers Association, International (FMA) announced election of new board of directors members. Those elected include Teresa Beach-Shelow of Superior Joining Technologies Inc.; William "Jeff" Jeffrey of IRMCO; Carlos Rodriguez-Borjas of Ferraloy Corporation; Edwin Stanley; and Al Zelt of ASKO, Inc. All will serve 3-year terms on 15-member board. Also, George Bogan and Robert Clark were appointed to 1-year terms as associate directors.
IPC Trend Studies pinpoint top 10 trends to watch.
IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries    Bannockburn, IL 60015
November 17, 2010 Research conducted by IPC indicates that the top 10 technology trends to watch in electronics manufacturing include miniaturization, high-performance, HDI, embedded technology, flexible circuits, lead-free, halogen-free, LEDs, optoelectronics, and printed electronics. Free white paper is first in series of studies to assess current state of development and likely future direction of these trends, and to quantify market opportunities these trends represent to electronic interconnect supply chain.
Steel Tube Institute announces Product Certification Program.
Steel Tube Institute of North America    Mentor, OH 44060
November 16, 2010 STINA announced that it is establishing an industry-wide, structural steel tubing Product Certification Program designed to provide assurance that the HSS certified by STINA has been produced to, and tested to meet, ASTM standards. Intertek, a product testing and certification company, is helping to develop criteria and procedures for program and will administer evaluation and product testing required for producing companies to earn certification.
Steel Tube Institute establishes product certification program.
Steel Tube Institute of North America    Mentor, OH 44060
November 16, 2010 Steel Tube Institute of North America is establishing HSS Product Certification Program that will assure product specifiers and users that HSS they use in U.S. and Canada meets ASTM standards. To be administered by Intertek, program will be governed by Certification Program Procedural Guide, being developed by STINA's HSS Committee. Companies must undergo quality control audit by Intertek to qualify for HSS certification, and then have facilities evaluated twice annually.
Automatic ID Industry honors achievements of 4 individuals.
AIM, Inc.    Cranberry Township, PA 16066
November 16, 2010 During AIM Expo the association for Automatic Identification and Mobility recognized 4 individuals for their contributions to development and growth of automatic ID and mobile IT community. Richard R. Dilling, Don Percival, Ted Williams, and Excellence in Journalism Awards, were respectively presented to Steve Halliday of High Tech Aid, Carlo Nizam of Airbus, Morris Brown of Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), and Bert Moore of IDAT Consulting and Education.
EPA Releases Reports on dioxin emitted during BP spill.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)    Washington, DC 20460
November 16, 2010 US EPA released 2 reports concerning dioxins emitted during controlled burns of oil during Deepwater Horizon BP spill. Summarizing EPA sampling effort, first report indicates dioxins were created from burning of oil on ocean water but at levels similar to emissions from residential woodstoves and forest fires. Second report indicates increased cancer risk due to exposure to dioxin release was less than 1 in 1,000,000.
Press Conference to discuss Most Wanted Safety Improvements.
National Transportation Safety Board    Washington, DC 20594
November 16, 2010 NTSB will hold press conference to update status of its Most Wanted List of Safety Improvements directed at state governments. Items currently on list are state laws to require booster seats for young children, primary seat belt laws, graduated licensing laws for young drivers, hard core drinking driver laws, and recreational boating safety laws. Despite the fact that all of these laws have been proven to save lives, many states have not yet adopted them.
WFD Mandate for Aging Aircraft increases operational safety.
Federal Aviation Administration    Washington, DC 20591
November 16, 2010 To address aging aircraft issues, FAA finalized rule is designed to protect commercial planes from structural damage as they age. Rule requires aircraft manufacturers and certification applicants to establish number of flight cycles or hours plane can operate and be free from widespread fatigue damage (WFD) without additional inspections for fatigue. Regulation applies to airliners with takeoff weight of 75,000 lb and heavier. It also applies to all future transport designs.
FAA proposes Safety Management Systems for airlines.
Federal Aviation Administration    Washington, DC 20591
November 16, 2010 To take U.S. aviation system to next level of safety, FAA has proposed to require Safety Management Systems for most commercial airlines. Systems provide business processes and management tools to examine data from everyday operations, isolate trends that may be precursors to incidents/accidents, and develop and carry out appropriate risk mitigation strategies. They are a formal approach to managing safety through safety policy, safety risk management, safety assurance, and safety promotion.
SME announces certification for green manufacturing specialists.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
November 16, 2010 SME has partnered with Purdue University Technical Assistance Program (TAP) to create Green Manufacturing Specialist Certificate Program. Training program was developed by Purdue TAP, while SME has developed outcome assessment. SME Green Specialist Outcome Assessment can be used to measure knowledge and identify areas to focus training, which can be provided by Purdue or with online tools such as SME Tooling U. Practitioners can then sit for exam to earn certificate.
ASHRAE awards NIST grant to study IAQ in retail stores.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers    Atlanta, GA 30329
November 16, 2010 Research on improving ventilation and indoor air quality in big box retail stores has begun under project awarded by ASHRAE and funded with $1.5 million grant from NIST as part of 2009 Recovery Act Measurement Science and Engineering Research Grants Program. Building measurements will take place in at least 16 buildings. Half of the buildings will be located in hot and humid climate of central Texas, while the other half in the cold and dry climate of central Pennsylvania.
Multiple Awards from NEMA bestowed upon electroindustry leaders.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)    Rosslyn, VA 22209
November 16, 2010 NEMA honored electroindustry leaders at its annual conference. Honorees included Joel A. Spira of Lutron Electronics, who received 2010 Bernard H. Falk Award for important contribution to industry through technology, marketing, education, and public affairs. Also, Kite and Key Awards for those who advanced interest of electroindustry via involvement in NEMA activities went to John P. Goodsell, Helen J. Harris, Frank K. Kitzantides, Vince Saporita, and Harry R. Solomon.
Light, Weatherfastness Textiles Conference to be held in India.
ASTM International    West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959
November 15, 2010 International Conference on Textiles - Light and Weatherfastness will be held January 21, 2011 in Mumbai, India and feature international experts providing information on topics of light and weatherfastness. Platform for knowledge and information exchange will support demand for technical and high performance textiles. Prospective attendees include QC managers of textile laboratories, product designers, R/D staff in dyestuff industry, and textile specification developers.
Power Transmission/Motion Control products show increase in sales.
Power Transmission Distributors Association    Chicago, IL 60606-4703
November 15, 2010 According to September 2010 sales data released by PTDA in its Market Outlook Report, sales of power transmission/motion control products by U.S. and Canadian manufacturers grew for second consecutive month. In U.S., year-to-date sales are up 11.9% over same period in 2009. In Canada, sales are 13.0% ahead of 2009. Confidence in market by U.S. manufacturers rose from 4.8 in August to 4.9 on scale of 1-10, while Canadian manufacturers' confidence decreased slightly from 5.2 in August to 5.1.
Fabtech 2010 sees increase in attendees and exhibit space.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
November 12, 2010 On Nov 2-4, some 22,000 people visited Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta for 2010 FABTECH exposition and conference, an increase of 12% from 2006 Atlanta show. Filling nearly 371,000 sq ft of booth space, show included 1,138 exhibitors, an increase of 23% from first show in Atlanta. Event featured more than 500 new products, Finishing Technologies Pavilion and Conference, 3 fully functioning stamping lines in METALFORM Technology area, and 2010 Weld Trials Competition.
MEPs Agree to Drop Priority Substances due to IPC lobbying.
IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries    Bannockburn, IL 60015
November 12, 2010 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) agreed to drop demands for list of priority substances for new restrictions under RoHS Directive. Pleased by this news, IPC President Dennis McGuirk said that "European lawmakers have acknowledged calls by IPC and others for a scientifically based Directive." MEPs also dropped demand for revised RoHS Directive to contain ban on nanosilver in favor of future priority review. Also, compromise was reached on open-scope issue.
International Textiles Conference to be held in Mumbai, India.
ASTM International    West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959
November 12, 2010 Scheduled for Jan 21, 2011, International Conference on Textiles, sponsored by ASTM, Atlas Material Testing Solutions, and DyStar, will cover topics of light and weatherfastness by international experts. Event will provide platform for knowledge and information exchange that supports exponential demand for technical and high performance textiles. Quality control managers of textile laboratories, product designers, and research and development staff in dyestuff industry are encouraged to attend.
A&WMA calls for abstracts for annual conference/exhibition.
Air & Waste Management Association    Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1435
November 12, 2010 A&WMA is accepting abstracts for its 104th Annual Conference & Exhibition (ACE) until Friday, December 3, 2011. Including undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral student paper and poster submissions, papers are being sought in categories of local and regional issues impacting Florida, air and environmental management, resource conservation and waste management, and environmental education and training. Event will be held June 21-24, 2011 at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort.
PMA announces 2010 Awards of Excellence in Metalforming.
Precision Metalforming Association    Independence, OH 44130
November 12, 2010 PMA has presented 2010 Awards of Excellence in Metalforming to Trans-Matic Manufacturing Co.; E.J. Ajax & Sons, Inc.; Pridgeon & Clay, Inc.; Anchor Manufacturing Group; Radar Industries, Inc.; and Clips & Clamps Industries. Winners were honored with special plaque, commemorative flag, and cash prize on November 2, 2010, and will be featured in December 2010 issue of MetalForming magazine. Presented annually, awards recognize high standards of achievement set by metalforming industry.
ASHRAE Proposals approved by International Code Council.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers    Atlanta, GA 30329
November 12, 2010 International building codes will incorporate requirements from HVAC inspection and maintenance standard 180-2008 (ANSI/ASHRAE/ACCA) and match requirements from Standard 90.1 under several proposals recently approved by ICC membership. Approved proposed changes regarding ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2010 include adding requirements for areas under skylights, modifying equipment efficiency requirements for heat rejection/transfer equipment, and modifying piping insulation requirements.

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