No Caulking Needed: Liner Easily Drops into Existing Floor Sinks, Providing the Most Secure Seal Available
Tuesday, October 08, 2013
ERIE, PA – The retrofit of floor sinks is now more convenient and more secure–and can provide a cost savings of up to 50 percent–with the introduction of the Zurn Stainless Steel Floor Sink Liner from Zurn Industries, LLC.
ERIE, PA – Zurn Industries, LLC, the leader in engineered water solutions, introduces the Zurn Stainless Steel Point Drain–ideal for work environments where sanitary conditions are critical, such as hospitals, food processing facilities and pharmaceutical applications.
ERIE, PA – Three business unit general managers at Zurn Industries, LLC went completely bald after employees met their fundraising goals for charities fighting cancer and childhood diseases. This was part of a unified internal campaign dubbed “The Buzz.”
Welcome News for Both Plumbers and Do-It-Yourselfers
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
ERIE, PA – Zurn Industries, LLC introduces two new options for the Zurn Wilkins REMXL Regulator that make residential retrofit/replacement jobs even faster: the Zurn Wilkins REMXLCR and REMXLPFR retrofit tailpieces.
The easy to install Zurn Wilkins REMXL Regulator coupled with the new extended tailpiece options can virtually replace any brand (without the need for additional fittings or components).
Lightweight, Corrosion Resistant and Ideal for Existing Low-Pressure Systems
Tuesday, September 03, 2013
ERIE, PA – Zurn Industries, LLC introduces the Zurn Wilkins 300AST Stainless Steel Large Diameter Backflow Preventer–lightweight, corrosion resistant, and easier to install in small spaces. This new backflow preventer can be used in existing low-pressure systems without the need to acquire a pump.
Facility’s Design Enhances Product Customization, Quicker and Easier Customer Pickup, and Faster Shipping Response Time
Thursday, August 15, 2013
ERIE, PA... Zurn Industries, LLC announces another substantial expansion of its industry-leading customer service capabilities with the relocation of the Zurn Dallas Distribution Center–only 2.7 miles from the existing facility but light years ahead in terms of size, state-of-the-art showroom capability, and overall customer service.
Courses Available on The Continuing Architect (TCA)
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
ERIE, PA... Zurn Industries, LLC, the leader in engineered water solutions, has launched two new continuing education courses for architects–the first two of a series of eight new courses scheduled for release through early 2014.
The first course – “Sustainable Restroom Design”– explores commercial plumbing product innovations, technologies, and strategies that are advancing the principles of sustainable design, life-cycle assessment, and water efficiency in new and old commercial buildings.
Unparalleled Flexibility for Distributors, Contractors, and Building Owners
Monday, July 01, 2013
ERIE, PA – Zurn Industries, LLC, the leader in engineered water solutions, introduces the latest innovative line of light commercial modular drainage products. This patent-pending, durable drainage system offers an exclusive universal body designed for quick floor drain, roof drain, and cleanout configurations, while the rough-in cover protects the aesthetic top and allows for post-pour adjustment.
ZTR-LL Series Requires no Battery Change for 10 Years
Monday, May 20, 2013
ERIE, PA – Zurn Industries, LLC introduces a sustainable, advanced-technology expansion of its ZTR-Series Flush Valve product line: the ZTR Long Life Series (ZTR-LL), featuring a 10-year battery life based on 4,000 flushes per month.
“Significant cost savings” cited by BUILDINGS Magazine
Thursday, April 18, 2013
ERIE, PA – The efficiencies achieved by the GO BLUE™ flush valve diaphragm kit from Zurn Industries, LLC has been honored as a Money-Saving Product 2013 by BUILDINGS magazine. The selection will be showcased in the publication’s June issue.
“The Zurn GO BLUE flush valve diaphragm kit was chosen as a 2013 Money-Saving Product because it provides an economical solution and significant cost savings to building management,” says Jennie Morton, associate editor, BUILDINGS.