Xylem representatives with awards

Xylem representatives with awards.

Xylem contributions recognized at Hydraulic Institute’s 2015 annual meeting

Five employees of Xylem were recently recognized by the Hydraulic Institute (HI) The recognition took place during the organization’s 2015 annual meeting Xylem has had significant involvement in defining efficiency standards and government regulations

Five employees from the Applied Water Systems (AWS) business unit of Xylem were recently recognized by the Hydraulic Institute (HI) for their longtime service to and involvement in HI, the largest association of pump industry manufacturers in North America. The recognition took place during the organization’s 2015 annual meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida.

“Xylem has one of the greatest, if not the greatest, number of participants helping to shape the future of the pump and hydronic systems industry, including significant involvement in defining efficiency standards and government regulations,” said Dave Flinton, Vice President, Engineering and Marketing, AWS. “These awards highlight Xylem’s leadership in the industry, and the deep expertise our people have.”

Awards and the team members they were presented to are as follows:

  • Mark Handzel, Vice President Product Regulatory Affairs and Director, HVAC Commercial Buildings, Americas – Industry leadership Award for U.S. Department of Energy pump efficiency regulations
  • Mark Heiser, Test & Validation Manager – Industry Leadership Award for development of HI Standard 40.7 and recognition for completion of standard development for DOE pump efficiency regulations
  • Paul Ruzicka, Chief Mechanical Engineer – Industry Leadership Award for development of HI Standard 40.6 and recognition for completion of standard development for DOE pump efficiency regulations
  • Chris Johnson, Global Engineering Manager, Centrifugal Pumps – Recognition for contributions to HI standards development
  • Jim Roberts, Associate Principal Mechanical Engineer – Recognition for 20 years of service to the development of HI standards
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