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Cataract Steel is Accepted into TEMA

For more than 60 years, the Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA) has delivered cutting-edge technology to the heat-exchange industry. With fewer than 25 members, TEMA has accepted Niagara Falls, N.Y.-based Cataract Steel Industries (CSI) into the organization. http://www.tema.org/

Jim Willett, Cataract Steel's product manager over the Company's shell and tube manufacturing division, has been appointed to serve on the TEMA technical committee. Willett, who has nearly 25 years of experience in the heat-exchange industry, previously served as TEMA's technical committee chairman.

"We are proud to have been selected for membership, as this organization is the driving force behind the continued advancement of our industry," said Scott Costanzo, president of Cataract Steel Industries. "Our people bring significant expertise to the table, and this is another step we've taken to increase market share and provide value to our customers."

TEMA standards and software have achieved worldwide acceptance as the authority on shell and tube heat exchanger mechanical design. In order to be considered for TEMA membership, a company must have demonstrated years of continuous service in the manufacture, design and marketing of shell and tube heat exchangers. TEMA member companies must offer in-house thermal and mechanical design capabilities, on-site welding and quality-control inspection staff.

About Cataract Steel Industries, Inc.

Located in Niagara Falls, N.Y., Cataract Steel Industries, Inc. (CSI) has been a leader in providing heat-transfer equipment for more than 35 years. CSI is an ASME code and Korean KGS shop, and the Company holds a Chinese Safety Quality License. With a full staff of heat-transfer specialists and a state of the art manufacturing facility, CSI provides heat transfer equipment to customers worldwide. For more information, please visit www.cataractsteel.com or call (716) 282-0845.