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Another reorg at UTC

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10/22/2013

HARTFORD, Conn.—UTC has reorganized again, creating UTC Building & Industrial Systems by combining Otis Elevator Company and UTC Climate, Controls & Security, the company announced recently.

Former UTC executive is ADT’s new VP of small business

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04/30/2013

BOCA RATON, Fla.—ADT recently appointed Luis Orbegoso as its new senior vice president of small business, according to a press release.

Most UTC execs see pay hikes, but not Chenevert

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04/03/2013

HARTFORD, Conn.—For four of the five highest-paid executives at United Technologies Corp., salaries and bonuses spiked upward as the company completed its $18 billion acquisition of the Goodrich Corp., according to an article from the Journal Inquirer, a newspaper based i

Former Interlogix president joins Guardian Protection

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02/07/2013

WARRENDALE, Pa.—Bob Haskins, former president of Interlogix, will fill a newly created position at Guardian Protection Services, according to a company announcement this week. Haskins’ responsibilities as Guardian’s VP of strategic planning and business development will include helping to expand the company’s dealer program, the announcement said.

Thomas Jefferson’s home gets Marioff water mist system

Water mist fire suppression systems find new market in historic properties
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01/21/2013

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.—A Marioff water mist fire suppression system is now protecting Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s iconic home here. It’s an example of a growing niche market for water mist systems: historic homes and other cultural heritage buildings.

Are water mist and sprinkler systems equivalent?

Proposed changes to NFPA 750 raise questions about the two technologies
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01/18/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine—Water-mist fire suppression systems aren’t just for ships—they are increasingly used in land-based applications, such as historic buildings and hospitals. But are they the equivalent of fire sprinkler systems? That’s the question being hotly debated as proposed changes to the National Fire Protection Association’s standard on water-mist systems come under review.

Prevent CO poisoning: Alarm companies should help Californians help themselves

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

It’s now more than a year since California’s new law mandating carbon monoxide detectors in all single-family homes with an attached garage or fossil fuel source. However, a new survey shows many residents remain unprotected.