Saturday, June 21, 2014

Our Home - Ohio

OHIO, the 17th State



First explored for France by Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle, in 1669, the Ohio region became British property after the French and Indian Wars. Ohio was acquired by the U.S. after the Revolutionary War in 1783. In 1788, the first permanent settlement was established at Marietta, capital of the Northwest Territory.
The 1790s saw severe fighting with the Indians in Ohio; a major battle was won by Maj. Gen. Anthony Wayne at Fallen Timbers in 1794. In the War of 1812Commodore Oliver H. Perry defeated the British in the Battle of Lake Erie on Sept. 10, 1813.
Ohio is one of the nation's industrial leaders, ranking third in manufacturing employment nationwide. Important manufacturing centers are located in or near Ohio's major cities. Akron is known for rubber; Canton for roller bearings; Cincinnati for jet engines and machine tools; Cleveland for auto assembly, auto parts, and steel; Dayton for office machines, refrigeration, and heating and auto equipment; Youngstown and Steubenville for steel; and Toledo for glass and auto parts.
The state's fertile soil produces soybeans, corn, oats, greenhouse and nursery products, wheat, hay, and fruit, including apples, peaches, strawberries, and grapes. More than half of Ohio's farm receipts come from dairy farming and sheep and hog raising. Ohio ranks fourth among the states in lime production and also ranks high in sand and gravel and crushed stone production.

flowerscarlet carnation (1904)
treebuckeye (1953)
birdcardinal (1933)
insectladybug (1975)
gemstoneflint (1965)
song“Beautiful Ohio” (1969)
beveragetomato juice (1965)
fossiltrilobite (1985)
animalwhite-tailed deer (1988)
wildflowerlarge white trillium (1987)



Nickname: Buckeye State
Origin of name: From an Iroquoian word meaning “great river”

We are located in Cuyahoga County in the Northeast section of Ohio.

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Friday, June 20, 2014

Lattner Boilers from Anderson-Bolds

Lattner Boilers from Anderson-Bolds

Lattner Boiler manufactures both fuel-fired and electric boilers for a variety of industrial applications including dry cleaning, health club steam room systems, food processing including steam jacketed kettles, medical sterilization equipment and much more.
Headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and in business for almost 100 years, Lattner Boiler Manufacturing has a proven record of quality and innovation. Our line of products includes:
  • Vertical Tubeless Boilers - HE Model (Atmospheric Burners)  
  • 8 sizes, 1.5 hp to 20 hp
  • High and low pressure steam Natural or LP gas
  • Atmosperic burners
  • Small footprint
  • Vertical Tubeless Boilers - WLF Model (Power Burner)
  • 8 sizes, 9.5 hp to 50 hp
  • High and low pressure steam
  • Natural or LP gas
  • Power burners
  • High efficiency
Horizontal Firetube Steam and Hot Water Boilers - Scotch Marine Model
  • 10 hp to 200 hp
  • 3 pass, dry or wet back
  • High and low pressure
  • Steam and hot water
  • Natural gas, LP gas, dual fuel, and #2 oil
  • Power burners
  • Customizeable

Lattner Horizonatal Steam Boilers
  • 6 kw to 148 kw
  • Three standard voltages:  480, 240, and 208
  • High and low pressure steam
  • Low profile
  • Multiple control options

Electric Cabinet Style Steam and Hot Water Boilers
  • 120 kw to 3600 kw
  • Three standard voltages:  480, 240, and 208
  • High and low pressure steam and hot water
  • Highest efficiency
  • Multiple control options
Electric Space Saver Hot Water Boilers
  • 5 kw to 165 kw
  • Three standard voltages:  480, 240, and 208
  • Low pressure hot water
  • Small footprint

Gas-Fired Atmospheric Steam Generators
  • 1.5 hp to 9.5 hp
  • Low-nox models available
  • Single or dual steam room packages
  • Options include auto blowdown, timer, room temperature controls, and more

Electric Steam Generators
  • 9 kw to 60 kw (and higher)
  • Incoloy heating elements
  • Single or dual steam room packages
  • Options include auto blowdown, timer, room temperature controls, and more


For a quote or information, click HERE.


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