<b>Smith-Cooper International Logistical Solutions…</b> Here at Smith-Cooper International, it’s hard to put your finger on a single feature that significantly benefits our customers; however, we feel we have only just begun to see the benefits of our ProPack system. The standardized package size among several commodity lines makes palletizing for shipping and storage very easy while reducing the warehouse space wasted on ‘storing air.’ We’ve sized the box to better fit on a pallet and filled it up with fittings instead of air. The packaging benefit is most effectively realized when applied to the products that we market through our Industrial PVF & Fire Protection Division. Everyone knows that cast iron threaded- and ductile iron threadedfittings are heavy, however, with the ProPack system the master carton is a more manageable size and weight which is good news for your warehouse staff. The master carton size is exactly right for perfectly cubing out a pallet as demonstrated in this photo (right). We’ve also color-coded the individual product lines so that you can see what you’ve got on a pallet from across the warehouse, which reduces picking errors. Each carton has a comprehensive label on two sides of a corner, which makes it convenient to read. Each label has a photograph of the fitting inside the box, further communicating to warehouse staff what’s inside. For warehouses that have automated receiving and shipping, each box has a barcode for standard master packaging, and an industry standard SPIN barcode which allows for fully automated warehouses to take further advantage of ProPack. Our customers agree that commodity items packaged utilizing ProPack are easier to see, easier to find, easier to read, easier to scan, which makes them easier to pick, pack and ship. When time is the most valuable commodity, it’s easy to see how these ProPack features and benefits can work to reduce operating warehouse expense. When we discuss doing business with a potential customer we refer to what we offer them as their ‘program.’ This ‘program’ refers to their pricing, certainly, but additionally it refers to the value added side of doing business with Smith-Cooper International. The program might mean special palletizing for one customer, while it could mean special shipping requirements for another. We don’t ask customers to conform to a set of rigid ‘Terms & Conditions’ which are difficult to meet. We listen to our customers and then adapt to the way they do business. Combine that with our new ProPack system and you’ve got the ingredients to a successful master distributor-wholesaler partnership. We like to think of ourselves as more than a traditional vendor and we foster good working relationships with our customers. If you’ve tried the rest and are ready for change, give us a call and we’ll let our ‘program’ speak for itself. In other words, ‘There’s more in the box’ when you order from Smith-Cooper. For more information visit www.smithcooper.com. <b>Circle 280</b> <b>Kissler & Co. Inc. Value, Selection And Service Since 1923</b> “With over 80 years of history in the plumbing industry, you make sure it is right before you change it,” says Glenn Kissler, vice president of sales and marketing. “Our customers have always relied on us to manufacture and stock the most complete line of plumbing repair parts in the country. When adding new products to our line, we listen intently to our customers’ needs while researching product features and ratings, in order to manufacture superior products for our customers.” Specializing in manufacturing, Kissler & Co. Researches the best features of available items on the market, and then manufactures their own version, according to precise custom specifications. Their goal is simple: all new product lines must offer the consistent high standards of quality that have made Kissler & Co. A staple in the plumbing industry for 87 years. Kissler & Co. Opened 87 years ago as an import/export house in New York City. Today, the company inventories more than 30,000 parts, many of them produced in its 80,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing and distribution center located in New Jersey. The inventory includes both older, hardto- find items as well as contemporary parts, both OEM and generic. In addition, Kissler is one of the nation’s leading distributors of OEM parts for Sloan Valve, American Standard, Price Pfister and many more. Over the years, Kissler has continued to grow by adding a complete line of flexible stainless steel and PVC supply lines, quarter turn stop valves, toilet and sink repair/replacement parts, die cast handles and trim, and their newest line of stylish faucets, Dominion Faucets. Kissler’s customers have always known them to be the king of repair parts. With product lines such as Dominion Faucets, Rainflurry™ Showerheads & Accessories, Kan’t Burst™ Connectors, and the Tank Commander™ Flush Valve, Kissler is now in the finished goods market as well. “We’re happy to provide everything a customer may need,” adds Glenn Kissler. “Now that we carry faucets as well as supply lines and quarter-turn valves, customers can get all components needed for faucet installation. This truly makes us a one-stop shop for plumbing parts.” Kissler is not just stems anymore. Their list price catalog contains over 6,000 of the most popular items that they sell. It is updated yearly to exhibit an inventory of more than 30,000 parts and new Specialty Products available. Kissler & Co.’s consistent growth is a testament to their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction by providing value, selection and service to the plumbing industry since 1923. Count on Kissler & Co. To be your one-stop shop for plumbing repair parts and specialty products. Be sure to ask about these great showroom resources: our latest Plumbing Parts Catalog and new, searchable Online Product Database, featuring color photos, product dimensions and much more. For more information visit www.kissler.com , www.dominionfaucets.com, or call 1-800-KISSLER (547-7537). <b>Circle 281</b> <b>Machine Specialty & Manufacturing Inc.</b> Machine Specialty & Manufacturing Inc., an API Spec 6A licensed facility, prides itself as being an organization dedicated to providing quality products and services to the petroleum industry for over 25 years. Our 250,000-sq.-ft. facility specializes in the manufacturing of flanges, fittings and drilling service oriented items that meet or exceed customer specified requirements and/or industry standards. Our philosophy is to provide quality products and achieve customer satisfaction through our Quality Management System. The Quality Management System is designed to determine the customer’s needs while also maintaining the necessary requirements to meet the industry standards of ANSI, NACE, ASME, ASTM, API Spec 6A, and API Q1. Our Quality Department strives to achieve the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction in the petroleum industry.The quality system is implemented to continually monitor and improve its effectiveness and efficiency through internal and external audits, strict traceability of material during all stages of the manufacturing process, and its hiring and continued training of qualified and enthusiastic personnel. Machine Specialty & Manufacturing Inc. would like to invite you, our customers, to visit our newly reconstructed and updated Web site at www.machine-specialty.com. Along with our customer accessible MTR program, the Web site now gives you the capability to request a price quotation as well as submit orders directly with any member of our sales team. The Web site takes you into a step-by-step tour into all stages of our manufacturing process while featuring a comprehensive look into Machine Specialty & Manufacturing’s full line of flanges, weld fittings and specialty items. For more information, visit www.machine-specialty.com. <b>Circle 282</b> <b>Energy-Saving Rheem Heat Pump Water Heater Allows $500,000 Remodeling Project to Go Green</b> A recently completed remodeling project in Austin, TX, offers a prime example of how heat pump water heating technology offers a cost-effective, energy-efficient alternative to conventional types of water heating. It also demonstrates the rising value of energy conservation in consumer decision-making, even in our slowly recovering economy. Costing an estimated $500,000, the project involved the 900-sq.-ft. expansion of a residence overlooking Lake Travis in the Austin suburb of Lago Vista. In addition to more living space, the expanded interior also included two more bathrooms to supplement the existing pair. Looking for a more energy-efficient way to generate hot water for all those bathrooms, the owners pondered solar, but dropped the idea when they saw the front-end cost. Rather than defaulting back to a conventional tank product, remodeling contractor Matt Risinger of Risinger Homes in Austin suggested heat pump water heating technology, a solution with double the efficiency of a standard electric model. The product he recommended, a Rheem HP-50, is a “hybrid” product that combines an air-source heat pump with conventional electric technology as a backup. The system transfers heat from the surrounding air to the 50 gallons of water in its storage tank. By using the ambient air to supply most of the heat, a heat pump is a highly efficient way to raise and maintain water temperature. (It is also the only type of electric water heater eligible for ENERGY STAR® certification, which the HP-50 has earned.) <b>Smooth Installation</b> Their first opportunity to install a heat pump water heater went “very smoothly” for Risinger and his plumbing subcontractor, Dennis Guthrie of Custom Plumbing in Austin. With its fully integrated heat pump, the unit is heavier than a standard electric water heater (200 pounds versus approximately 125 pounds), as well as 18 inches taller at 75-1/2 inches. “That extra weight and height makes the location of the water heater an important consideration,” Says Danny O’Neal, Custom Plumbing’s installer on the project. The unit’s integral heat pump is a fully charged and sealed system, just like a refrigerator or a room air conditioner, so an HVAC technician is not required. In fact, the unit installs much like a standard electric water heater, except that the hot- and cold-water connections are situated on the side of the unit — not the top. <b>Attractive Payback</b> At roughly $1,550 before installation, the Rheem HP-50 is certainly more expensive than a standard electric water heater. But, as noted earlier, its annual operating cost is potentially less than half: $234, when operated in the Energy Saver mode (with the heat pump providing 100% of the hot water), versus $520 for a standard 50-gallon electric water heater. “With that savings, it won’t take long for my client to recoup the additional investment,” he says, “and that’s not even counting the federal tax credit of up to $1,500. I believe this new technology will prove to be a really efficient way to heat water for this house.” For more information , visit www.rheemhpwh.com <b>Circle 283</b> <b>The Little Giant Inline CP From Franklin Electric</b> <b>Constant Pressure Made Easy</b> Now more than ever, the opportunity for professional contractors to grow their business lies increasingly in servicing and improving existing installations. When it comes to home water systems, the most common complaint — and the most significant area of opportunity — seems to be insufficient and/or inconsistent water pressure. Although booster systems have been around for years, none has been able to offer a whole-house solution that is flexible and easy to install — until now. The Little Giant Inline CP from Franklin Electric provides boosted, constant pressure to every fixture in the house. <b>The Problem</b> Inadequate and/or fluctuating pressure can occur for several reasons. Many municipal water systems, for example, contain old pipes or homes that sit far away from the main line, and these conditions can restrict water pressure. The simultaneous use of taps — watering the lawn, filling a bathtub, and washing dishes, for example — can also draw down system pressure, and water pressure may fluctuate as taps are opened and closed. Finally, homes on traditional private well systems have pressure cycles built into them by design, with the supply pump turning on and off based on minimum and maximum pressure settings that are typically separated by about 20 psi. In light of these conditions, a product that will increase system pressure and keep it constant becomes very important to a homeowner who may be juggling his water usage due to system limitations. <b>Our Solution</b> Franklin Electric’s Little Giant Inline CP is an aboveground pump, motor, drive, and pressure switch in an integrated enclosure designed to counter these very limitations. An add-on to existing systems on either city water or water wells, the Inline CP utilizes variable frequency technology to both increase incoming pressure and to provide constant pressure throughout the entire household, even with the simultaneous use of multiple appliances or taps. Its small footprint, easy mounting options, and quiet operation make this unit ideal for almost any home. The Inline CP also offers built-in protection against adverse operating conditions to promote long service life. Specifically, the Inline CP protects against high and low voltage, motor under/ overload, open and short circuit, low water, no in-rush current, and locked pump conditions. In many cases, the Inline CP will compensate as needed to maintain continuous system operation. However, if there is a high risk of equipment damage, the unit will protect the system by shutting itself down. To help identify that there is a problem with the system — which may include incoming water and/or electricity from a utility company — the Inline CP will display a fault code. If possible, the unit will try to restart when the fault condition subsides. <b>A Perfect Fit</b> Built on proven technology to remedy an increasing household complaint, the Inline CP is a perfect fit for the plumbing industry. Whole-house constant pressure that is easy to install, self-protecting, flexible enough to meet changing household demands, and backed by two trusted names in water systems can open doors to new business for plumbing contractors. Constant pressure: it’s that simple. For more information, visit constantpressure.com or franklin-electric.com/lg. <b>Circle 284</b> <b>Briggs Introduces Power Flushing, Quiet, High Efficiency Toilet</b> The M128 HET is the newest addition to the Briggs Industries lineup of 15 high-efficiency toilet models. Fast, quiet, one-flush power are leading benefits of the M128, so named for its water consumption of just 1.28 gpf, while twice exceeding EPA WaterSense certification standards for solids removal. Made of stain-resistant vitreous china, the M128 HET is available in round, elongated and ComfortFit styles, comes in white, biscuit or bone, and carries a limited lifetime warranty. Depending on the style chosen, it delivers MaP solids removal ranging from 750 to 900 grams per flush. Its three-inch Turbo 3 flush valve, high performance jet, and wide, fullyglazed trapway produce faster, quieter flushing and refilling than pressure-assisted toilets, while enabling a 20% savings in water consumption. Briggs brings energy and water conservation to commercial and institutional applications, too, with a full line of toilets and urinals featuring the wall-hung Sultan 1.28 gpf HET and a floor-mounted variant, the Carlton. Both are flush valve-powered, elongated and ADAcompliant. The company has also launched new water-saving urinals that include a small model, the Hilton; and a half-stall, wash-out model, the Lawton. Each reduces flushing consumption by a full 50%. During 2011, Briggs plans to introduce seven more models of HETs and HEUs to its wholesale and retail customers. A subsidiary of CISA, the global producer of plumbing fixtures and sanitaryware, Briggs has North American headquarters in Charleston, SC. It offers a complete line of residential and commercial vitreous china, enameled steel products and SAYCO brand faucets. For more information , visit www.briggsindustries.com. <b>Circle 285</b> <b>Neuco Inc. Your Secret Weapon to Increased Sales</b> Starting today, eliminate the word “no” from all conversations with customers. Instead, try a simple “let me see what I can do for you” and watch what unfolds. You’ll earn their respect in an instant and buy yourself a little time towards a solution. Because let’s face it, now more than ever you should be fulfilling every request presented or at least trying everything in your arsenal to get that sale. That’s where Neuco comes in. You can discretely hop on www.neucoinc.com and access instantly a wide range of valuable options… <b>Product Details</b> – In one glance, discover pricing and realtime inventory availability on any product; and where applicable you’ll also see a product photo, quantity pricing, product documentation, cross references, replacement parts and accessory suggestions. <b>Product Documentation</b> – A huge collection of technical documentation and product installation manuals in PDF format for nearly all of Neuco’s product lines. It is a treasure trove of information at your fingertips. <b>Cross References</b> – In the event that a product has become obsolete or out of stock, Neuco has an unmatched database of cross referencing. <b>Replacement Parts</b> – Interchangeable or updateable portions of products. <b>Accessory Suggestions</b> – A simple way to increase order size while offering helpful tips. <b>Customer Submittal Sheet</b> – A printable flyer or pop-up screen you can provide to your customer that lists relevant product details but excludes pricing and availability. Your customer is sure to be impressed from your service provided as a result of any of these options. It doesn’t stop here though! There’s plenty more that you can doon www.neucoinc.com when you have moments in between customer interactions… look up past orders and freight charges, check on the status of backorders, search historical orde ring of a product , download price sheets in bulk, chat online with a salesperson, find out about curren t promotions, download Neuco’s linecard, submit a request for a return or warranty, and much, much more! Customers will need an online account to access all of these perks. If you haven’t signed up for one yet, you may do so at www.neucoinc.com/signup. And remember, Neuco’s Web site functions as a counterpart to its irreplaceable Sales Team, so whatever your preference, be assured that both can always be relied on for consistent, dependable service to help you grow your business! For more information, visit www.neucoinc.com. <b>Circle 286</b> <b>Elkay Commercial EZH2O Providing a Cold, Clean and Quick Drinking Water Solution Without Bottled Water Pollution</b> In recent years, concern for the environment and our impact, whether it be as consumers, contractors, corporations, manufacturers or all of the above, has transpired into a whole new level of eco-awareness. One ever increasing area of concern revolves around the environmental effects that result from the millions of plastic, single-serving bottles that end up in landfills year after year, in addition to the financial toll. In order to help consumers alleviate their reliance on bottled water, as well as equip plumbing contractors, specifiers and wholesalers with drinking water solutions that can help reduce stress on the environment while simultaneously meeting customer demands, Elkay Commercial products developed the EZH2O bottle filling station. <b>Needs/Opportunities</b> There has been a recent resurgence of water coolers and drinking fountain usage as the public continues to seek out alternatives to bottled water, even creating bans on plastic bottled water and pledging to decrease disposable bottle water usage with the increase of water cooler installations. Therefore, there is an obvious advantage to providing a system that enables end-users to obtain a quick, filtered, cold and free drink of water in public venues rather than purchasing plastic water bottles. <b>Target User</b> Educational facilities, sports facilities, recreational environments, medical facilities, health clubs and public venues; as well as maintenance personnel and facility managers. <b>Objectives</b> Offer an alternative drinking water solution to wasteful, expensive plastic disposable bottled water that provides consumers with a pure, clean and affordable filtered water option. Design a hig h-quality, in-demand drinking water solution that enables plumbing professionals, specifiers and wholesalers to expand their offerings and profit margins through the specification, installation and sales of environmentally-conscious units, whether as retrofit business and/or new sales/installations. <b>Solution/Overview</b> Building on the research and execution of the first GreenSpec® VRCGRN water coolers, Elkay Commercial Products once again introduced a new standard in quick, clean and green drinking water with the EZH2O bottle filling station. Designed to serve as the one drinking water solution for any location, the EZH2O provides a rapid fill of cold, filtered water at a rate of 1.1 – 1.5 gpm, which is three times faster than a standard drinking fountain. This allows an end-user to fill a 20-oz. Sports bottle in as little as 6-1/2 seconds! Ideal for education, fitness, healthcare and hospitality facilities, Elkay makes it easy to create the ultimate high-end water station since the EZH20 unit can be retrofitted to any existing “EZ style” Elkay water cooler, installed in new construction as a stand-alone in-wall unit or paired with an Elkay Softsides® or SwirlFlo® drinking fountain. Elkay equipped the EZH2O with an impressive feature set that benefits the enduser, while providing wholesalers with a ground-breaking addition to expand their portfolio of green products. The EZH2O design includes the Visual Filter Monitor, which visually communicates the presence of a built-in WaterSentry® Plus filtration system. Outfitting the EZH2O bottle filling station with the enhanced 3,000-gallon capacity of the WaterSentry Plus filtration system can be equated to saving up to 24,000, 16-oz. Plastic bottles per filter. To help end-users better visualize these savings in terms of the number of plastic water bottles not wasted, a green “ticker” on the front of the unit displays the running total of 16-oz. Disposable water bottles saved. The EZH2O unit also contains a built-in sensor that dispenses water into the end-users container without requiring them to touch the water cooler or hold the container while it is being filled, ensuring sanitary operation. A safeguard is also built into the model to automatically shut off the stream of filtered water after 30 seconds, making this smart water cooler an intelligent choice. For more information, visit www.elkayusa.com, key word EZH2O. <b>Circle 287</b> <b>Matco-Norca’s Faucet Launch Matco-Norca’s Director of Faucets & Plumbing Specialties Fred Grewen Explains the Company’s New Line of Faucets</b> Matco-Norca primarily serves the Plumbing & Heating, Industrial and Waterworks & Irrigation Markets with valves, fittings and nipples, as well as faucets and plumbing specialties. Having catered exclusively to wholesalers for almost 60 years, we continuously solicit input from our customers, which led us to the realization that it was time to give the existing Matco-Norca faucet program a serious “facelift”. This is not to say that we didn’t have a solid faucet program, but in the eyes of our valued customers, it had room for improvement and it needed to be retooled in a way that is more conducive to competing in the residential new construction channel. On October 25, 2010, we launched our new faucet program that features seven families. These families range from our entry-level “Value Engineered” offering up to our highend, contemporary “Padova” family. We touch on several price points and variations of styles throughout our new faucet lineup. We also developed a “Build Your Own” tub and shower program that is centered around our “Classic” and “Builder Light” families. The Build Your Own program allows our customers to create a configuration that is important to them and not limit the offering to what comes in the box, which underscores our commitment to giving our customers the most options, with the best service and value as possible. Lastly, on the family description front, two of our families, “Positano” and “Crescendo”, have undergone complete re-designs to enhance the styling and overall value to our customer base. These families are proven designs with a great value for any customer looking to hit an aggressive middle price point. We initiated this project on the premise that our customers needed us to continue providing quality, service and price points they’ve grown to expect from Matco-Norca, while at the same time removing as many obstacles as possible as it relates to selling in the single-family and multifamily residential new construction channels. In turn, we developed a new faucet program that delivers on customer expectations. In fact, we now offer common rough-in valves on our entire pressure balanced tub and shower valves, three-hole roman tubs and fourhole roman tubs. Five out of our seven families now offer ceramic valve technology. We also offer WaterSense certifications on nearly all of our lavatory faucets and select showerheads, we have transitioned to a lead-free platform across all families, and every family comes complete with ADA-compliant options to simplify the selection process in applications that specify this requirement. As if these program features were not enough, we changed our packaging, packaging configurations and model numbers to present a more professional appearance. We also transitioned to quickconnect installation features on several of our products to simplify and enhance the installation process, and equally as significant, we added a new product family that targets the entry level to middle price point builder. This product family, “Builder Light”, offers a high-end design at a very competitive price point. Builder Light features several configurations that allows the builder to present upgrades at a competitive price point without compromising quality, style or margins. Last but not least, in backing our commitment to quality for our product and customers, we now offer a Limited Lifetime Finish and Function Warranty on all products in our Faucet Product Portfolio. For more information , visit www.matco-norca.com. <b>Circle 288</b> <b>Applying Lean Concepts To Distribution</b> Imagine taking half the time to execute the same volume of business. Distributors who implement lean techniques in their processes typically achieve 30% to 50% productivity improvement with fewer errors. Lean processes allow distributors to remove layers of waste that they did not even know existed and turn that waste into growth and happier customers. Activant® utilizes lean to help distributors achieve significantly higher ROI and growth. <b>Lean Definition</b> Lean is about creating a grass roots expectation of continuous improvement. Lean is not about having smaller inventory, fewer employees or tighter spending. Instead, it is about eliminating waste and using that extra capacity to grow and drive additional customer value. <b>How Does Lean Work in Distribution?</b> It has been widely publicized that major companies such as Stanley Black & Decker, Illinois Tool Works, Honda, Nike, Boeing, Toyota, and Caterpillar have successfully used lean. However, lean is actually a better fit for small businesses because of its simplicity and low cost to implement. Lean and distribution are a perfect combination because of the tight margins and of the importance of process efficiency. For example, Activant has utilized lean to help distributors attack waste and drive 30% to 50% additional productivity in inventory replenishment, warehouse processes, office functions and sales processes. <b>Why Should a Distributor Consider Implementing Lean?</b> Lean is becoming popular in distribution because it is easy, quick to implement and pays for itself in a very short time. The return on investment for lean projects typically range between 80% to 90% and is usually realized in less than two months. In fact, many Activant customers see improvement the first day they implement lean. At Activant, the average lean project decreases cycle times by 50.25%. Most importantly, lean is about driving additional value for a distributor’s customers, which leads to increased business. <b>What’s the Secret?</b> Activant utilizes technology, process changes, distribution best practices, and other lean concepts as part of actual process improvements when helping distributors implement lean practices. Business systems like the Activant Distribution Suite™ are loaded with features to streamline and automate processes. A powerful collection of lean principles are part of an overall lean integration, however, the most important result of lean integration is not the tools and techniques but the change in employee attitude and empowerment to think of and initiate improvements. <b>ROI and Growth</b> Ultimately, lean is about getting a higher return on investment and growing the business by focusing on customer value. An index used to track lean companies, called the “Superfactory 20” consistently shows lean companies significantly outperform the major indexes. Lean results for Activant’s distribution customers have also shown significant increases in both ROI and growth. The critical success factor is having experienced lean professionals that are knowledgeable about both distribution and the business system technology. <b>The Activant Advantage</b> To find out how Activant can help you implement lean practices and recognize the benefits that can put you ahead of the competition, visit distribution.activant.com; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 1. 800.776.7438, press 1. <b>Circle 289</b> <b>American Standard® New Design Center Illustrates Trend Toward Sophisticated and Flexible Showrooms</b> Anew state-of-the-art showroom uses innovative design and merchandising concepts to help visitors deepen their understanding of both product style and performance. American Standard’s new display space brims with smart ways to create an enticing showroom cost effectively — while also highlighting the sophisticated engineering it takes to be a performance leader. Housed in the company’s Piscataway, N. J., Product Design Center, the showroom is designed to help residential and commercial building professionals experience “total bath and kitchen solutions.”The flexible display space demonstrates a cost-efficient solution for keeping showrooms changed and updated, while effectively meeting marketplace demands. <b>Key innovations include:</b> <b>Flex Space:</b> To maintain flexibility, this successful showroom leverages the use of photography instead of finished vignettes to reflect the finished space, so visitors still get the “Wow,” yet it is easier, and less costly, to change the photos frequently to update the look. <b>Create a Path:</b> A swath of yellow-flecked carpet zigzags through the showroom, while track lighting helps to highlight products along The way. “We help to organize the shopper’s experience, even before a sales person is available to give a guided tour,” says Jeannette Long, the company’s chief marketing officer. <b>Daylighting:</b> Large windows bring plenty of sunlight into the new showroom while providing generous viewing portals to today’s hottest products. <b>Working Water:</b> Flowing faucets and bubbling tubs are synonymous with kitchen and bath showrooms. To keep costs down, American Standard’s designers positioned all working faucet and shower displays against walls that back up to the restrooms, where supply piping and drainage lines already exist. <b>Design the Restrooms:</b> What had been conventional office bathrooms are now minishowrooms of their own. The front restrooms, featuring striking JADO®, Porcher® and American Standard® faucets and furniture, colorful contemporary pendant lamps and private water closets behind shuttered doors, have the feel of a chic upscale club or restaurant. Two restrooms in the rear showcase solutions for commercial settings, including walk-in barrier-free showers. <b>Learning Environment:</b>Innovative product displays tell only one part of the flexible story at the new showroom. Adjacent to the display space is a conference room that can readily morph into a fully automated classroom with projectors, reflecting the organization’s determination to create a state-of-the-art learning center for its customers. Two office cubicles nearby allow guests to plug in their laptops and take care of business back home. “Our goal is to deliver on style that works better in every part of our business,” says Long. “It is up to us to explain the performance story, while showcasing the look. Our goal is that every customer who spends time here leaves able to understand and convey to their customer the total story about the inherent value of American Standard Brand products.” For more information , visit www.americanstandard.com. <b>Circle 290</b> <b>VAI’s Advanced, Automated WMS Solution Delivers Green Warehouse Operations Wholesalers move toward intelligent warehouses</b> For wholesalers, even the most organized warehouse is a source of cost and inefficiencies, ranging from basic overhead and energy costs to paper-based processes that can lead to errors. Fortunately, new IT capabilities are helping to make warehouses intelligent, interconnected and instrumented to enable smarter operations. By integrating business processes with technologies such as voice recognition, RFID and motion-sensitive automation, the warehouse is shedding both costs and inefficiencies. By putting their warehouses in order, wholesalers are discovering that leaner operations can be greener as well. <b>Overview</b> A strong, enterprise-based Warehouse Management System (WMS) can address a variety of problems facing an increasingly competitive market. VAI’s S2K WMS application helps you enhance productivity and improve overall warehouse efficiency, so you can meet your company’s operational performance objectives and increase customer satisfaction. With true random bin, lot and serial number tracking for receiving, pallet assembly, movement, picking and order verification, VAI’s S2K WMS enables accurate and efficient end-to-end tracking of goods through your entire facility. VAI Integration: Food customer, voice picking…Connecticut based Dari Farms Ice Cream has been a major ice cream and frozen food distributor since 1950. VAI’s S2K for Warehouse Management, along with voice picking technology, was the right solution to improve the warehouse efficiency that Dari Farms was looking for. VAI Integration: Large volume, coffee product distributor, picking and shipping Process, RF scanners…Java City, a Californiabased specialty coffee distributor, offers an enormous volume of coffee products for distribution, including on-line order processing. Environmentally conscious, the company still roasts each bag of coffee by hand. With the integration of VAI’s WMS solution, Java City was able to enhance their customer service. VAI Integration:Train/Rail car unloading, truck loading, fork-lifts/removable RF devices, picking process,manufacturing process to build allets…Indiana-based Robert Weed Plywood has been manufacturing and Distributing building materials since 1966. VAI’s S2K Warehouse Management System streamlined their Train/Rail unloading process to their distribution center. Fork lifts and removable RFDs allowed the picking process to build pallets with accuracy and product precision. VAI Integration: Carousel, conveyor belt system, RF scanners…Waytek, Inc. uses VAI’s S2K for Warehouse Management. Solutions include carousel, conveyor and RF technology. Waytek, an electrical part supplier, improved warehouse efficiency and inventory accuracy and created a faster turnaround time for shipping. VAI Integration: Portable conveyor system, automated shrink wrap system, RF scanners… BP Industries, established in California in 1989, is a distributor and exporter of home goods. VAI’s S2K Warehouse Management system, along with a portable conveyor system, allowed products to be received more efficiently. An automated shrink wrap system and RF technology created a complete solution for their business. Translate potential into productivity by applying proven technology to the future of your business. For more information, visit www.vai.net. <b>Circle 297</b> <b>Brass-Craft Manufacturing Co.Pushes Water Stop Performance and Installation Ease to the Next Level: PushConnect </b> Brass Craft’s PushConnect high-performance stop brings advanced design and ease of installation to the plumber’s craft. PushConnect is the only stop combining the unique benefits of dual O-rings — Viton® and Nitrile — and a pre-inserted tube stiffener, delivering twice the watertight security and contaminant sealing properties of lesser water stops. The locking clip provides added security that allows for removal, if necessary. PushConnect gives plumbing professionals an “installation-ready” stop for added convenience, long-lasting durability, and enhanced customer satisfaction. No tools are needed to ensure a secure fit. “PushConnect makes the plumber’s job significantly easier by providing a faster, more secure installation in the popular quarterturn stop design,” says Jeff Jollay, Brass-Craft Manufacturing’s vice president of marketing and product development. “Each unit is 100% leak-tested, delivering greater peace of mind for both the plumbing professional and the customer.” As with all BrassCraft water stops, PushConnect is manufactured in the U.S.A. to the highest standards of precision. It is available in angle or straight configurations and is compatible with PEX, copper and CPVC for maximum application flexibility. PushConnect is just one of BrassCraft’s latest innovations, expanding its full line of highperformance stops to provide plumbers with every type of stop they’ll need to get the job done right — continuing the tradition of helping to build quality reputations and satisfied customers. To meet your performance and installation needs, BrassCraft provides three water stop platforms — the KT Series of quarter-turn ball stops, the G2 Series of quarter-turn stops, which includes PushConnect, and the Multi- Turn Series, the industry standard in multi-turn stops. More plumbers rely on BrassCraft than all other brands combined. Performance you need, quality you demand and value you can count on — Brass-Craft Manufacturing Co. For more information, visit www.brasscraft.com. <b>Circle 292</b> <b>SharkBite® Push-Fit Technology Productivity Equals Profitablity</b> For a technology that was slow making its way to the plumbing business, the concept of push-to-connect fittings caught on remarkably fast. After all, pushfit devices have been used successfully for many years — notably for hydraulic or other fluid-handling applications in the beverage, automotive and airline industries. The push-fit plumbing concept actually first appeared in the 1980s in Europe and Australia. However, in the North American plumbing market the use of this labor-saving technology didn’t take off until 2004. That’s when the SharkBite® Connection System was introduced by Cash Acme and its parent company Reliance Worldwide. Business-savvy plumbers immediately recognized the value of thetime-equalsmoney equation and the rest, as they say, is history. From the first 1/2” push-fit fitting, the SharkBite range has grown to a vast array of products available in sizes from 1/4” to 1”, including an extensive lead-free line-up.Virtually every type of plumbing fitting is available with push-fit connectors, not to mention mixing valves, regulators, flexible hose connectors — the list goes on. Thanks to labor saving benefits, not to mention the flexibility of working with copper, CPVC and PEX pipe in any combination, the market has enthusiastically embraced this new-toplumbing technology. In fact, in the past six years it is estimated that more than 100 million push-fit plumbing products have been sold across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. When you consider the traditional nature of the plumbing business, this shift is all the more amazing. Plumbers understandably take great pride in their work. The ability to sweat a joint properly is a skill honed over time. Furthermore, with the high cost of bad plumbing – and the significant liability thereof – new products and technology are naturally viewed with a squinted eye. But once plumbers understood that SharkBite push-fit products were certified to the ASSE 1061 standard and codeapproved, the “time is money” aspect became paramount, and the higher material cost of the push-fit products became irrelevant. In short, the value of the plumber’s work became the service offered and the solution provided — not the time spent doing the job. One key advantage of the push-fit concept is that one fitting or device can work with different piping materials. SharkBite push-fit products are certified for use with copper, CPVC and PEX pipe, and make it easy to combine different types of pipe for repairs or new installations. Add the fact that push-fit fittings can be installed on wet lines and you have a recipe for working fast. Furthermore, SharkBite push-fit products don’t require any special tools other than a cutting device for whatever pipe material is being used. Just measure and cut the pipe, push into the fitting until the “teeth” grab, and you’re done. An o-ring ensures a reliable seal. Cut the pipe too long or short? A simple SharkBite disconnect tool allows the fitting to be removed, and then re-installed. Considering that push-fit fittings were genuine foreign objects to the average plumber just six years ago, the rise to acceptance and prominence is nothing short of phenomenal. But given the efficiency benefits these little laborsavers offer, it’s no surprise they are quickly becoming a tradition unto themselves. For more information, visit www.cashacme.com. <b>Circle 293</b> <b>Liberty Pumps Growing — Right Here in America</b> With bad news afflicting so much of America’s manufacturing sector, there are still some bright spots coming right here, from the U.S.plumbing industry. Liberty Pumps, based in rural upstate New York, has expanded amid the current economic downturn. An open house celebrated its new building expansion — one that more than doubled its current size. The additional space provides added manufacturing areas for new products, increased warehouse space and a significant upgrade and expansion of the engineering area used in product development. Liberty Pumps has a history of innovation and aggressive product development. The company produces such trademark names as the SumpJet®, SumpBox®, Omnivore® Grinder, V-Slice® cutter technology, PRO-Series™ ejectors and QuickTree® float technology. Recent additions to the product line include larger FL-Series effluent pumps and the newly released LEH-Series sewage pumps. With a proud heritage of being an independent, familyowned business, Liberty takes its service levels seriously. A live voice answers the phone instead of an automated system, orders are shipped in 24 to 48 hours and custom EPS job quotes are provided the same day. Its lean manufacturing environment reduces costs — keeping Liberty competitive and allowing resources to be put into value-added areas of the company. According to Randall Waldron, V.P. of Sales & Marketing, “Material flow and efficiency are key to streamlining the manufacturing process. These efficiencies directly impact our customers — both in helping to reduce the cost of our products and to assure quick delivery of our products. The new expansion features a reconfiguration of many of the manufacturing areas to further enhance these efficiencies.” Amid all the talk of another poor year for 2010, Liberty is optimistically looking forward. Several new product releases are planned and the company continues to pursue new cost effective means to keep evolving and growing — right here in America. For more information, visit www.libertypumps.com. <b>Circle 296</b> <b>Uponor’s New State-of-the-Art Training Center Showcases Cutting-Edge ALPHA Circulators from Grundfos Pumps</b> The recently renovated Uponor Factory Training Center offers the 1,500 contractors attending its workshops on plumbing, heating and fire safety systems each year “a comprehensive training experience that includes knowledgeable instructors, hands-on opportunities and the latest technologies,” says Steve Lockridge, senior manager, Channel Marketing at Uponor Inc. Among the cutting-edge technologies on display in the new training center are nine ALPHA circulators manufactured by Grundfos Pumps Corp. of Olathe, KS. The energy-optimized, 115–volt circulators feature a permanent magnet motor design that promises to cut power consumption by at least 50% versus other circulators in its class. Designed for radiant and hydronic heating applications in residential and light–commercial structures, the compact ALPHA is equipped with the unique AutoAdapt™ function that automatically modulates circulator performance to match changing system demand. “By continuously fine–tuning power consumption and flow rates to meet the dynamic needs of a heating system, ALPHA saves substantial amounts of energy and therefore money,” says Bob Reinmund, senior product specialist for Grundfos. “In live field tests of the product, independent contractors experienced power savings up to 80% over conventional pumps.” <b>High-Performance Facility</b> The ALPHA is precisely the kind of high-performance product Uponor sought to showcase in its new training facility, says customer trainer Steve Swanson, who with senior trainer Wes Sisco teaches contractors how to design, install and troubleshoot systems and applications. Opened in February 2010 with 50% more space, the 11,000-sq.-ft. Uponor Factory Training Center includes two classrooms equipped with the latest audio/visual equipment, a trainee business center, a self-serve refreshment area and a new cafeteria. But for most visiting contractor-students, the most compelling attraction of the new training center is the hands-on Applications Laboratory. Designed to deliver a close personal encounter with the state of the art in radiant heating and cooling, the 24-ft. X 20-ft. Lab contains a manifold station and two separate boiler stations where students learn how to size and balance a radiant system. “The system uses transparent manifolds, so the student can readily follow the movement of fluid through them, as well as how the flow rate changes in response to fluctuating pressures,” explains Swanson, who joined the company in 2008. A 35-year veteran of the hydronic heating business, Swanson spent 20 years with the Minneapolis-based Park Supply of America where he frequently worked with Grundfos products. In 2009, with the training center in the planning stages, he accepted an invitation from Bob Brickley of JL-Sontag to visit the Grundfos “Impossible Tour” mobile educational center when the vehicle arrived in Minneapolis. There, amid all the other pumps on display, Swanson saw a presentation on the new ALPHA circulator and quickly concluded it would be an excellent fit with the new Applications Lab. “Back in the day of high-mass boilers when fuel was still relatively cheap, we ran our heating equipment all-out all the time, and no one cared if the circulators were badly oversized for the application,” he comments. “If the flow rates were too high, we might install some type of circuit setter to adjust the flow downward. “Those days are long gone,” he continues. “Now we work with low-mass, ‘modcon’ [modulating-condensing] boilers that call for very specific flow rates to match current heating needs. Why pump 180°F water 24/7 as if it were the dead of winter, when it’s October or March and outdoor temperatures are in the 40s and 50s?” Adjusting automatically to changing conditions, the ALPHA is made for highefficiency, load-matching systems. “The nine ALPHA circulators marry our radiant components to the modcon boilers in the Applications Lab very nicely, as we knew they would,” says Swanson. “We always want to show our students the very best solutions, while demonstrating that our radiant heating systems could work well with the new modcon equipment.” <b>Smooth Installation</b> Sisco and Swanson handled the installation of the nine ALPHA units in the lab without a glitch. “Wes and I have been installing pumps for years, so we are accustomed to the old pump sizings,” Swanson notes, “but we didn’t have to do anything differently with the ALPHA units.” That’s because the latter offer the same dimensions as the circulators it seeks to replace. “That was smart,” Swanson continues. “In a retrofit application, an installer can literally change out old for new with no major adjustments in the piping and connections.” Accommodating changing weather conditions from fall to winter to early spring is a crucial challenge for any installer. Maybe that’s why the Applications Lab circulators are among the first items student-visitors notice and ask about. These professionals are also quick to check out the LED (light-emitting diode) display on each unit, with its alternating readout of power consumption and the flow rate, as well as the button for toggling among seven different hydraulic operating modes: three fixed speeds, three levels of constant pressure, and the AUTOADAPT setting. “Students who have installed the ALPHA tell us that their customers will bring family and friends into the mechanical room so they can see the readout showing wattage and flow rate — ‘Hey, look at that! I’m heating this entire house while using only x-watts!’” says Swanson. “They might not understand all the technical ins and outs, but they are very proud of their ALPHAs. “That’s an emotion we can relate to at Uponor. Our nine ALPHAs have performed spectacularly with no leaks or mechanical issues. We are very proud of them, too.” For more information, visit www.grundfos.com. <b>Circle 295</b> <b>City Workers Really Warm To General’s Pipe Thawing Solution</b> Frozen water lines are such a problem in Ft. Lupton, CO, that they earn a special page on the city’s Web site. “I’d like to say that residents follow our advice,” Public Works Supervisor Jose C. Reyes laughs. “But many don’t – until it’s too late!” To fix past problems, workers laboriously dug around shallow main entries, exposing frozen lines just ahead of water meters. Then using welding equipment, they cautiously thawed the pipes. “That took too much time,” Raynes says. “And we needed a less hazardous method.” So city crews sought a fast, handy way to minimize the inconvenience and potential damage from burst pipes during Colorado’s harsh winters. <b>The Swift, Safe Solution</b> That’s when the City of Ft. Lupton got a HOT-SHOT 400™ from General Pipe Cleaners. Weighing just 31 lbs. And generating 400 amps of power, the lightweight, easy-to-operate device safely, quickly and efficiently thaws up to 175 feet of 1-1/2” diameter metal lines. Jose Reynes says it’s “very, very easy to operate. In my opinion, practically anybody can learn to use HOT-SHOT™.” Simply transport HOT-SHOT 400™ to the job, stretch out two cables, and clamp them to either end of the frozen section. Then plug the unit into a clean, grounded 115 volt receptacle. The unit hums, indicating a good circuit. In minutes, HOT-SHOT™ restores water flow to frozen metal pipes. “We like the compact design,” Reynes adds. “Our HOT-SHOT™ is much more convenient than dragging around welding equipment in freezing weather!” Forget tearing up floors, breaking through walls, or digging in icy ground. And forget the liability and fire dangers of risky blow torches and welders — both of which can melt solder joints, triggering line failure. “For all practical purposes, HOT-SHOT™ eliminated those dangers,” he asserts. “It works really, really well.” Safe, effective HOT-SHOT 400™ warms metal pipes only enough to thaw outer ice layers. Water pressure then melts remaining blockage. HOT-SHOT™ technology puts low, 5-volt current with 400 amps through frozen metal lines for thawing 1-1/2” diameter lines up to 175 ft. Long. If the unit pulls too much current in older homes, just switch to the lower power 320 amp setting. Low voltage effectively eliminates risks of accidental electrocution when touching metal pipes during operations. But amperage is still strong enough to heat conduits without risking fire or collateral line damage. Additionally, General offers the lower powered, lower cost HOT-SHOT 320™ for thawing 1-1/2” diameter lines up to 100 ft.Long. <b>Reliable & Versatile Performance</b> Reynes really values equipment dependability. “HOT-SHOT™ is very reliable,” he says. “It has always done the job — and never let us down.” Reynes also likes General’s safety features like thermal overload protection and circuit breakers as standard equipment. “That gives us extra peace-of-mind,” he says. “Workers feel very safe operating our HOTSHOT ™.” But what about thawing plastic pipes, stacks or waste lines? General recommends water jet drain cleaners that work equally effectively on grease, sediment, and other soft blockages. The 3,000 psi, 4 gpm units like General’s J-2900 water jet, for instance, cuts through ice at one ft./min. in a 4” line — with cold water! “We finish jobs quicker with HOT-SHOT™,” Reynes concludes. “It’s a wonderful thing!” For more information , visit www.drainbrain.com. <b>Circle 298</b> <b>GSS/FFF Introduces GPS, a Ground Breaking Company</b> This year GSS/FFF has continued to focus on creating a one-stop PVF shopping experience, with growth being the central theme throughout all dimensions of our company. We’ve expanded our supply base and product offerings to include more competitively priced commodity material and new, never-before stocked items. On the Forgings, Flanges and Fittings (FFF) side, a full range of carbon caps, crosses, reducing elbows, split schedule fittings and 3R fittings have been added and our fitting size range has been increased to include 48” material. Our carbon flange size range has also been increased to included material through 60”. Global Stainless Supply (GSS) is now stocking Aluminum 6061T6 seamless pipe, fittings and flanges and Hi-Yield fittings and flanges are on order and will be in FFF’s stock soon. Material isn’t the only thing being added. Global Pipe Supply (GPS) is a carbon seamless pipe master distributor and the newest subsidiary under Global Stainless Supply’s umbrella. GPS broke ground last month on a new 11-acre pipe yard located directly across the street from the new 210,000-sq.-ft. state-of-theindustry GSS/FFF Houston facility. Industry veterans Paul Brahier (formerly of Dixie Pipe and Texas Pipe) and Mike Chambers (a 30-year veteran of McJunkin) have joined the GSS/FFF team to run the carbon pipe Division. Global Pipe Supply stocks A106 Grade B seamless carbon pipe through 24” with large quantities of STD and XH in stock, but our focus will be on heavy wall material (True 40, s/60, True 80, s/100, s/120, s/160, XXH as well as special wall sizes). Currently GPS stocks material from Romania, Czech Republic, Croatia, Spain, China, USA and next year a joint venture between Vallourec and, parent company, Sumitomo in Brazil will begin producing approved seamless pipe which GPS will also stock. Contrary to the way many carbon pipe master distributors do business, GPS will follow the GSS sales mentality: No Fabricators, No Contractors, No End Users and No Exceptions. Rest assured that our carbon pipe will be sold 100% through distributions. The concept behind the merger of GSS and FFF, and the addition of GPS, has always been Transactional proximity. Where else can you get carbon and stainless grades of pipe, flanges and fittings from one location? Our goal is to become a onestop master distributor for all PVF needs with a 30 minute-max load time on pick-up business and same day shipping on motorfrieght. For up-to-date product offerings , online MTRs , emergency call out numbers and the latest news from the Global Group, visit www.OneStopPVF.com. <b>Circle 299</b> <b>CD Sales Serves Wholesalers With Vast Inventory</b> In 2005, CD Sales was formed as a unique supply channel that serves primarily as a master distributor to independent wholesalers throughout the U.S. CD Sales takes full advantage of a $100 million inventor yo fplumbing , heating, HVAC, refrigeration, PVF (especially industrial valves) and specialty lines.All are available on one order from a single source. CD Sales carries lines such as Grohe, ASCO, Brizo, Ashcroft, Crane Valve, Apollo, Viega, Chicago Faucet, TOTO, American Standard, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, commercial and industrial product categories. The Core Function of CD Sales is Master Distribution This function begins at the 408,000-sq-ft. Distribution center in Amherst, NH, just short of 10 acres under one roof. CD Sales provides one-stop shopping and immediate response. The quantity and type of material shipped is based on current orders, sales history, market conditions and time of year. CD Sales maintains consistent inventory levels. It works like this: When a customer purc hasesa product ,the computer automatically communicates that sale to manufacturers. The transaction triggers an EDI order to replenish that product purchased. No people or paperwork is involved in the process. Constant inventory cycle counts ensure that the computer and numbers agree. Inventory is completely bar coded to improve efficiency. With our radio-frequency bar coding system, errors in receiving and picking material are significantly reduced. Information such as availability, order status, product locations, etc., is updated immediately. This information is accurately tracked throughout the company, offering real-time product status to customers and customer service personnel. A unique capability of CD Sales is export expertise. This requires an understanding of laws and guidelines as well as proper paperwork and shipping, crating and special handling. The U.S. government has stringent laws and restrictions that vary from country to country. CD Sales is educated on the latest information including contingencies covering terrorism, black market activity and financial transactions. The goal of CD Sales is to continue to grow the master distribution channel business by being the most reliable supplier to other wholesalers providing competitive pricing , a large diverse product mix availability and unequalled service levels. Presently we are experiencing hundreds of inquiries daily from wholesalers in all 50 states and Canada. The majority are repeat customers that rely on a quick professional solution! <b>The CD Sales Customer Service Team</b> The operation is managed by Greg Bodlovick and his experienced CD Sales Team of: Phil Duncan, Mike Desrochers, Jesse Plourde, Scott Thompson, Joe Foti, Dave Rondeau, John Jannetti and Bob Tietze (AKBD), are dedicated to taking orders and shipping the material in short order. This ensures that all wholesalers’ orders are handled with urgent professionalism. For more information, visit www.centraldistributionsales.com. <b>Circle 294</b> <b>Your “other” Warehouse: In the Business of Driving Sales</b> Your “other” Warehouse (YOW) is working hard to be your preferred plumbing master distributor and has dedicated teams in place working towards driving sales for its customers.As your business partner, YOW is focused on increasing your selection, supplying you with important/timely product information, and offering promotions that reduce freight and overall costs on a variety of plumbing products. YOW understands the importance and delivers same-day shipping on all in-stock products, and provides a competitive UPS Next Day Air Rate of $9.95. YOW provide sits customers with knowledgeable customer service associates that are available 7 days a week! YOW operates multiple wholesale distribution centers totaling more than 1.1 million square feet of warehouse space housing over 35,000 different products. However, YOW is more than service, selection and delivery. YOW shares its talented business teams with customers, improving their sales. <b>Merchandising</b> Understands customers’ need to have the most innovative products in stock and ready to ship. Monitors market trends and develops promotions and special buys to continuously bring added value to the customer’s business. Manages YOW’s extensive product breadth and depth, ultimately bringing you and your customers a better selection. <b>Operations</b> Allows daily activities to function like a well oiled machine. Balances the customers’ need for both digital content, as well as the traditional overthe- counter business transactions. Focuses on the EDI ordering process, shipping updates, and seeking out cost improvements that can be passed along to customers. <b>Sales</b> Devoted, dedicated, enthusiastic, and supportive. Committed to putting your needs first, constantly looking for ways to improve business for YOW’s customers. The partnership between YOW and their customer base is strong because of the Sales team’s loyalty to customers and genuine desire to help grow their business with personal attention and tailored service. <b>Marketing</b> Creates the industry’s most comprehensive and informative catalogs known as “DoDads” and wants you to be “in the know” with the newest products and most popular brands. Works with customers to create co-branded marketing communications and marketing tools to influence sales. Reveals newly added brands and items throughout the year, publishes the YOW NOW quarterly newsletter, organizes trade show presentations, social media marketing and rapidly builds flyers to bring you promotional savings. As you can see, YOW consists of multiple teams with very distinct roles but always with one common goal — putting the customer’s needs first. For more information , visit www.yourotherwarehouse.com. <b>Circle 300</b>
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