The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 contains an American Iron and Steel (AIS) provision in Section 436 requiring all Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) recipients to use iron and steel products produced in the United States for all projects receiving assistance through Federal Fiscal Year 2014.Read More
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Customers, contractors, engineers and project managers now have on-the-go access to information on AMERICAN Flow Control (AFC) products with the introduction of the AFC Valve and Hydrant Digital Manual. The digital manual can be viewed on any laptop or mobile […]Read More
Together, AMERICAN Flow Control and AMERICAN Ductile Iron Pipe are providing a complete package of valves, hydrants and pipe for a new waterline to serve the eastern Pennsylvania communities of North Wales and Chalfont Borough. The new waterline will provide a secondary water supply for both the North Wales Water Authority (NWWA) and neighboring North Penn Water Authority from the NWWA’s Forest Park Treatment Plant located in Chalfont Borough, Bucks County.Read More
On January 4, 2011, the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act was signed into federal law. It will go into effect January 4, 2014. In general, the federal law does not apply to the gate valves and fire hydrants manufactured by AMERICAN Flow Control. However, as of January 1, 2013, all resilient wedge gate valves and check valves manufactured by AMERICAN Flow Control meet the requirements of the new legislation.Read More
John Hagelskamp has been named division sales manager of AMERICAN Flow Control, a division of AMERICAN Cast Iron Pipe Company (AMERICAN), headquartered in Birmingham, Ala. Walter L. Cooper, current sales manager, will retire the first quarter of 2013.Read More
Hydrant Inspector, a new asset management tool for capturing and tracking information about AMERICAN hydrants,
uses barcode technology and handheld Trimble devices to retrieve information.