IHEA member ECCO delivers innovative solutions for the natural gas industry

Dival 500 medium–low pressure gas regulator, left, and Dival Zero Governor low pressure gas regulator, right.

Equipment Controls Company (ECCO) was founded in 1965 as a distributor of liquid measurement controls systems for Rockwell. Over the years, the company has expanded its product lines to include manufacturers such as Pietro Fiorentini, Sensus, Romet, and EAGLE Research. ECCO has always been focused on delivering innovative solutions for the natural gas industry. It distributes products to various markets including gas utility, industrial, commercial, and institutional. ECCO’s growth can be attributed to providing complete customer satisfaction with professionalism, ethical standards, and exceptional product knowledge.

With 53 employees and growing, ECCO serves many companies within the natural gas industry, distributing to the gas utilities, industrial, commercial, institutional (ICI), and the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) markets. ECCO’s gas utility division supplies utility companies, municipalities, local distribution companies, and transmissions. Its ICI division supplies products specific to natural gas distribution and measurement as well as products and support for the thermal processing market.

With its gamut of expertise, ECCO is known for having experts in technology and product knowledge that includes natural gas measurement, gas control, and data acquisition products and services. ECCO also can supply technical support, on-line support in order to be a full-service supplier.

Within ECCO’s product line, customers will find Pietro Fiorentini’s ZERO GOVERNOR F3Z series, designed to comply with the ANSI Z21.8 standard. This family of regulators is ideal for all burner installations, nozzle mixers, mixing tees, and proportional pre-mixers. Their function is to regulate the pressure and to maintain constant air/gas ratio.

Pietro Fiorentini’s Dival 500 Direct-Acting Gas Pressure Regulator is a series of spring loaded, diaphragm-controlled balanced plug gas regulators that are suitable for low, medium, and high pressure. Divals and shut-off device series regulators are supplied with internal sensing lines. Both the regulator and the shut-off device are preset for an optional connection to an external sensing line by the customer. They are widely used in both civil and industrial installations using natural gas, LPG, and other non-corrosive gases.

ECCO has expanded its industrial thermal processing division to meet the growing industry demand. With the recent addition of its Sandy, Utah, sales office and warehouse, the company services and supports customers across the country.

As it moves into the future, Equipment Controls Company will continue its commitment to provide exceptional service to its customers by developing industry-specific training throughout all of its market segments.

Equipment Controls Company (ECCO)

Address: 4555 South Berkeley Lake Road, Norcross, Georgia, 30071.
Phone: 800-554-1036 or 770-441-6400    Fax: 770-448-7312
Website: www.equipmentcontrols.com
E-mail: sales@equipmentcontrols.com

IHEA seminars: Combustion and Safety Standards

This fall, IHEA will be back to in-person seminars. The Combustion Seminar and Safety Standards and Codes Seminar will take place concurrently in Cleveland, Ohio November 9-10. The popular training classes are instructed by industry professionals who deal with the subject matter on a daily basis. Attendees receive two days of instruction with real life examples and get answers to questions from the expert speakers. In addition, the fall seminars are supported by a tabletop exhibition filled with industry suppliers and leaders in the thermal processing world. Learning continues when attendees visit with manufacturers and suppliers; admission to the tabletop exhibition is included with the seminar registration fee. Registration now open. Get complete details and register at www.ihea.org/Fall21.

Calendar of Events

November 9–10
IHEA Combustion Seminar
InterContinental Hotel Cleveland | Cleveland, Ohio

November 9–10
IHEA Safety Standards & Codes Seminar
InterContinental Hotel Cleveland | Cleveland, Ohio

For details on IHEA events, go to www.ihea.org/events