Product Showcase | March 2006

03/14/2006




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March 2006

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Toshiba's G8000 Series UPS is a 100-300KVA UPS that is designed for today's ever-changing power factor corrected loads. Featuring unity power factor output, input harmonics &3%, 100% unbalanced loads and 100% step load change, the G8000 is ideal for industries where power protection is critical. Visit www.tic.toshiba.com or call 800-231-1412 to learn more.



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KMC Controls (formerly Kreuter Manufacturing Company; www.kmccontrols.com) has been designing and manufacturing HVAC controls and building automation products for over 35 years. We have a full line of digital, electronic, and pneumatic products and we are committed to‘building your comfort zone.’ You can find our value-added, authorized contractors and wholesalers throughout North America as well as authorized distributors worldwide.



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Design Master Electrical is an electrical building design and drafting package for AutoCAD. It is written to work the way an engineer works, providing flexibility in design and increased productivity. All stages of the electrical design process--including panel calculations, device insertion, circuiting, and looping--are automated by the program. Visit Design Master Software, Inc's website



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Alternative for insulated pipe applications Cooper B-Line Armafixy solution for an insulated piping system. Visit Cooper B-Line's website



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