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Industrial Process Cooling Systems

Dry Coolers, Inc.
575 South Glaspie Street
Oxford, MI 48371 USA

1-800-525-8173

Dry Coolers News & Announcements

Brian Russell re-elected to Metal Treating Institute Board of Trustees

Brian Russell Metal Treating Institute Board of Directors 2013

At the Metal Treating Institute's Fall 2013 annual meeting in Las Vegas, Dry Coolers' President Brian Russell was re-elected to a three year term on the trade association's Board of Directors.

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Engineering Manager Matt Reed receives Y.E.S. seminar diploma

Matt Reed, graduate, diploma, MTI

At October, 2013 Metal Treating Institute's (MTI) Fall meeting in Las Vegas, our Engineering Manager Matt Reed P.E. (center), received his diploma for completion of MTI's Y.E.S. Management Training Program.

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ISO 9001:2008 Certification Renewal

Dry Coolers, Inc. is committed to the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certification process and has been recommended for recertification with no Corrective Actions required.  The Dry Coolers, Inc. mission is to remain dedicated to continual improvement of our services and our company.  Therefore, Dry Coolers, Inc. consistently pursues certification as part of our continuous improvement program.

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Gary Berwick Joins Dry Coolers Team

Gary Berwick

Dry Coolers is excited to announce the addition of Gary Berwick to our Engineering Group. Gary is a mechanical engineer who has spent the past twenty five years working in energy flow, heat transfer, fluid flow, manufacturing processes, fluid filtration, and electrical control systems. He was hired for his expertise in the heat treat industry, specifically air cooler design.

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Dry Coolers Acquires New Manufacturing Facility

Dry Coolers on S Glaspie Street

In October 2011 Dry Coolers Inc. moved into new headquarters located at 575 South Glaspie Street in Oxford, Michigan.  The facility comprises 58,000 sq ft on 4 acres and provides ergonomic benefits as well as additional production capacity.  

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