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RectorSeal Acquires G-O-N® LLC, Originator of the Plumbing Industry’s Glue-On-Nozzle Downspout.

RectorSeal® Corp., Houston, a leading manufacturer of quality plumbing and HVAC/R products, acquired the total assets of G-O-N® LLC., Scottsdale, Ariz., recently.
The five-year-old G-O-N is the originator of the Glue-On-Nozzle (www.glueonnozzle.com), a patented, decorative nickel-bronze downspout for commercial building roof drains. The Glue-On-Nozzle is the plumbing and building industries’ only decorative downspout with a theft-resistant glue-on design that’s applied with solvent cement and installed after the wall or building is completed.

“We had the opportunity to buy a company with a ‘best-in-class’ product, so we took advantage of it,” said Larry Kaiser, vice president, RectorSeal. “The Glue-On-Nozzle fits nicely into our expanding plumbing product line that’s sold through wholesale distributors.”

Invented by a former plumber, the Glue-On-Nozzle has seven models ranging from 2 to 12-inch diameters. The nozzle installs in minutes with a three-screw wall escutcheon plate that incorporates an inner PVC coupling for gluing the decorative metal nozzle to the building’s PVC or ABS downspout.

The Glue-On-Nozzle saves job costs because it’s installed after the building or wall is completed without masonry crew coordination.

The acquisition’s transition was seamless as RectorSeal began marketing GON through its network of manufacturer’s representatives on Dec. 21. All information on G-O-N is now available through RectorSeal at www.rectorseal.com or customer service at 800-231-3345.
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About RectorSeal: The RectorSeal® Corporation is a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. Steady growth over the years has been maintained through a commitment to providing high quality products and services. With a diversified business strategy, RectorSeal aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical and construction industries. The RectorSeal Corporation is devoted to providing innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service. For more information, visit www.rectorseal.com, email marketing@rectorseal.com or
call (800) 231-3345.

RectorSeal Acquires Novent, the Industry’s Original Locking Cap for A/C Refrigerant Access Valves

no-vent-capsRectorSeal® Corp., Houston,  a leading manufacturer of quality HVAC/R products, has acquired the total assets of Novent Cap LLC, Yorba Linda, Calif., the originator of the Novent® tamper-resistant locking cap for air-conditioning unit refrigerant access ports.

The March 15, 2012 acquisition, plus the recent development of its own  GasGuard locking cap brand, now positions RectorSeal as the market-share leading manufacturer for one of the HVAC/R industry’s fastest growing market. Sharply increasing locking cap sales across the nation are being driven by the recent trends of teenage huffing deaths and black market refrigerant theft due to the inherently easy access of air-conditioning equipment Schraeder valves. The United Parents to Restrict Open Access to Refrigerants (UPROAR) (www.uproarorg.org), a lobbying group of parents who have lost children to huffing, recommends Novent locking caps on its website. Locking caps also have an environmental impact as their O-ring seals minimize refrigerant losses due to leaking Schraeder valves.

Locking caps are currently required for new air conditioning installations by the International Mechanical Code (IMC) and the International Residential Code (IRC), however sales are expected to escalate  in 2015 once a proposed IMC and IRC code mandate is passed to install locking caps on any existing system that’s opened during service.

Novent locking caps can be unlocked only with a unique key available to licensed air-conditioning and refrigeration contractors through HVAC/R wholesalers. It  complements RectorSeal’s keyless GasGuard, which can be removed only with a proprietary socket tool. “Wholesalers and contractors now have the flexibility of an easy to install and tamper-resistant keyed or keyless locking cap, both marketed by a 75-year-old company with a reputation of standing behind the products it sells,” said Larry Kaiser, vice president, RectorSeal.

RectorSeal was previously marketing Novent, as a result of its 2011 acquisition of Fall River, Mass.-based manufacturer/importer Airtec Products Corp., whose assets included the locking cap manufacturer’s U.S. distribution rights. Consequently,  RectorSeal will continue marketing Novent through the same established network of manufacturer’s representatives and wholesalers.  For additional information, visit www.rectorseal.com email: marketing@rectorseal.com; or call 800-231-3345.

New VRF A/C Training Center Epitomizes HVAC/R Industry’s Trend Toward Installation Aesthetics

Fort Worth, Texas–The hundreds of HVAC/R contractors expected to attend air conditioning system classes at distributor, Quietside’s newly-expanded training center will learn as much about installation aesthetics as they will about Samsung’s Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems.

“There’s an HVAC/R trend that’s pressuring contractors to make an air-conditioning installations look as good as they function,” said Matt Wall, system air conditioning engineering and VRF technical trainer, Quietside-Texas, Fort Worth, Texas, which is the master distributor of Samsung air conditioning products in North America.  “Architects and engineers are realizing the visual impact a competed project makes on building owners and prospective clients can greatly affect their future business.  Air conditioning systems can’t just work well anymore, they have to look great tooThis aesthetics trend was the Quietside technical support staff’s impetus for showcasing not only Samsung’s DVM Plus III Series VRF equipment, but also accessories that create a professional appearance.  Therefore, Wall specified Aspen Pumps for condensate management, the PD-Series of lineset ducting and Big Foot Systems equipment mounts for supporting the VRF–all which is available from the new Engineered Products division of RectorSeal Corp., Houston.

Contractors attending any of Quietside’s 16 two-day VRF training seminars every year now get hands-on demonstrations of the training center’s working VRF equipment and the installation accessories. The two-day seminars cover everything from VRF basics and installation to wiring, commissioning and now accessories.

The Carrollton, Texas office of HVAC/R contractor, Bell Mechanical, Baton Rouge, La., installed one 10-ton heat recovery unit supplying nine evaporator coils; and two 8-ton heat recovery units and one 8-ton heat pump, which supplies one evaporator coil each. The outdoor, ground-level equipment supplies the 1,200-square-foot training center, warehouse, assembly area and offices that were included in the expansion of the five-year-old, 52,000-square-foot building, one of four Quietside distribution facilities in the U.S. “VRF systems are really driving the trend of using all these accessories to make a project look professional,” said Mike Bell, president, Bell Mechanical.

Quick and easily-assembled mounting supports are the aesthetic foundation for an aesthetic installation, according to Wall. The three DVM units are mounted on Big Foot Systems’ prefabricated 1.6-square-inch corrosion-resistant, hot-dipped galvanized tube modules supported by 1-square-foot UV-protected, glass-filled nylon footings with anti-vibration mat bases.  The VRF units are 18-inches off the ground for easier serviceability and protection against landscaping tools.  The modular supports were assembled within minutes and reduce mounting costs by more than half versus I-beam rails, poured cement pads or other conventional methods. Leveling the equipment requires only wrenching one or more of the four adjustable support legs.

Lineset protection duct makes the most noticeable difference in installation aesthetics, Wall said. Each unit’s linesets are enclosed in their own gray 4.7-inch-diameter round PVC plastic ducts from RectorSeal’s PD-Series. The lineset ducts themselves are also supported every 10 feet by a series of  piping support footings.  Bell Mechanical used three elbows and two flanges on each of the three runs that total more than 60 linear feet.  “Protective ducts also help contractors maintain level piping throughout the run and avoid sagging or low spots that can lead to oil migration issues,” said Wall.

“Lineset protection ducts are invaluable for retrofit work, because generally there’s no opportunity to hide linesets under roofs and inside walls as exists with new construction projects,” said Bell, who uses lineset protection ducts and condensate pumps regularly on ductless air conditioning.

Inside the complex of warehousing, assembly, offices and training areas, Wall specified condensate pumps for nine evaporator coils and one mode change unit. The mini pumps are from Aspen Pumps’ Orange Series, Lime Series and White Series to assure proper condensate drainage and prevent property damage. “We occasionally see contractors just mount a mismatched or noisy condensate pump on the wall next to the evaporator coil,” said Wall, “Instead, the HVAC industry now offers a variety of small pumps aesthetically designed for concealing inside lineset ducting or elbow, or inside the evaporator drain pan.”

Quietside will soon have available an additional system for troubleshooting and training, according to Wall. A DVM S Series system, which features a dual inverter, vapor-injected scroll compressors and industry-leading efficiencies, will be installed with Big Foot Systems mounts and Aspen pumps.

As VRF becomes increasingly popular in North America, using aesthetic equipment mounting, lineset ducting and recessed condensate pumps on evaporators provide a positive first impression to the technology’s newcomers.  “VRF is one of the fastest growing segments of HVAC, as illustrated with Quietside’s double-digit sales increases annually,” said Wall. “If someone’s first VRF contact is an eyesore, they’re not likely to jump on the trend,” Wall said.

About Rectorseal: The Rectorseal® Corporation is a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. With a diversified business strategy, Rectorseal aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical and construction industries. The Rectorseal Corporation is devoted to providing innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service. For more information on the PD-Series, Big Foot Systems rooftop equipment mounts, Aspen Pumps, or other engineered products from RectorSeal, call (800) 231-3345 to order the 24-page, color “RectorSeal Engineered HVAC/R Products Catalog.”  Visit www.rectorseal.com or email marketing@rectorseal.com.

GasGuard™ Locking HVAC/R Refrigerant Valve Caps Help Prevent Leaks, Theft & “Huffing”

The GasGuard new product press release pasted below will save lives.

RectorSeal wants contractors to become more aware that teens are dying from “huffing,”

a new trend of inhaling poisonous  refrigerant out of HVAC/R outdoor units.  One solution is to prevent access to refrigerants by installing  locking caps, such as GasGuard, which is now an International Mechanical Code mandate for new installations. By 2015, the IMC  will require all contractors to install a locking cap of some kind any time they open a system–old or new.

But don’t take our word for it about this shocking trend. Here are some excerpts from the United Parents to Restrict Open Access to Refrigerants (UPROAR) website.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that nationwide, 13.3% (up from 12.4% in 2005) of all surveyed students had used inhalants to get high one or more times during their life (lifetime inhalant use).

For more refrigerant specific stats: An analysis of 144 Texas death certificates by the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse involving misuse of inhalants found that the most frequently mentioned inhalant (35%) was Freon (51 deaths).  Of the Freon deaths, 42 percent were students or youth with a mean age of 16.4 years.

Press Release published In AC Today Product News Section April 2013

RectorSeal Acquires G-O-N® LLC, Originator of the Plumbing Industry’s Glue-On-Nozzle Downspout

gonRectorSeal® Corp., Houston,  a leading manufacturer of quality plumbing and HVAC/R products, acquired the total assets of G-O-N®LLC., Scottsdale, Ariz., Dec. 20.

The five-year-old G-O-N is the originator of the Glue-On-Nozzle (www.glueonnozzle.com),
a patented, decorative nickel-bronze downspout for commercial building roof drains. The Glue-On-Nozzle is the plumbing and building industries’ only decorative downspout with a theft-resistant glue-on design that’s applied with solvent cement and installed after the wall or building is completed.

“We had the opportunity to buy a company with a ‘best-in-class’ product, so we took advantage of it,” said Larry Kaiser, vice president, RectorSeal. “The Glue-On-Nozzle fits nicely into our expanding plumbing product line that’s sold through wholesale distributors.”

 

Invented by a former plumber, the Glue-On-Nozzle has seven models ranging from 2 to 12-inch diameters. The nozzle installs in minutes with a three-screw wall escutcheon plate that incorporates an inner PVC coupling for gluing the decorative metal nozzle to the building’s PVC or ABS downspout.

The Glue-On-Nozzle saves job costs because it’s installed after the building or wall is completed without masonry crew coordination.

The acquisition’s transition was seamless as RectorSeal began marketing GON through its network of manufacturer’s representatives on Dec. 21. All information on G-O-N is now available through RectorSeal at www.rectorseal.com or customer service at 800-231-3345.

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About RectorSeal:The RectorSeal® Corporation is a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. Steady growth over the years has been maintained through a commitment to providing high quality products and services. With a diversified business strategy, RectorSeal aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical and construction industries. The RectorSeal Corporation is devoted to providing innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service. For more information,  visit www.rectorseal.com, email marketing@rectorseal.com or call (800) 231-3345.

New 60-Page Free Plumbing Catalog: Instructional Handbook for Wholesalers & Contractors

RectorSeal’s New 60-Page Free Plumbing Catalog is Instructional Handbook for Wholesalers & Contractors

Illustrated guide/handbook’s installation/service product tips and info are a must for any plumbing contractor or distributor’s reference library.

For Immediate Release

Thursday, October 31, 2012

Contact:  Jerry Tomasello–Dir. of Mktg.  or   John Parris Frantz
RectorSeal Corp.                              J.P.F. Communications Inc.
(800) 231-3345                                   (773) 871-2600                                 jtomasello@rectorseal.com             john@jpfcomm.com

RectorSeal® Corp., Houston,  a leading manufacturer of quality plumbing and HVAC/R products that’s currently celebrating its 75th anniversary, has released its new free Plumbing Product Catalog, a 60-page, four-color guide/handbook detailing hundreds of product sku’s along with dozens of illustrative design, installation and service tips for plumbing engineers, contractors and wholesalers.

The specialty plumbing products guide, which is the most detailed and user-friendly catalog in the plumbing industry, is available free by visiting https://www.rectorseal.com/plumbing.php or calling customer service at 1-(800) 231-3345.

Besides application and recommendations for each product, the catalog includes comprehensive recommendation charts for the RectorSeal brand of eight pipe thread sealants and 10 different solvents/cements/cleaners, and seven Metacaulk® firestopping products. The catalog also has a convenient index page, a Quick Response (QR) code for smart phone field referencing, and a product code cross referencing page for distributors.

The catalog organizes RectorSeal’s plumbing product line into five categories:

  • Pipe Joining: pipe thread sealants, low-VOC solvent cements, primers/cleaners, Nokorode® paste fluxes and soldering accessories.
  • Drain, Waste and Vent Solutions: Clean-Check® backwater valves, Hubsett test couplings, Magic Vent® air admittance valves and Magic Traptrap fittings.
  • Plumbing Products: Calci-Free water heater flush, specialty tools, leak locators, lubricant, cutting oils and a root destroyer.
  • Firestopping: intumescent and elastomeric sealants, pipe collars and sleeves, putty sticks, pads and joint strips.
  • Miscellaneous Products: potential relay and start capacitors for a/c, acid neutralizers, anti-seize compounds, condensate overlow switches, specialty sealant caulks and cleaners.

The catalog also includes a several crossover products from RectorSeal’s new HVAC Product Catalog, such as Safe-T-Switch® condensate overflow switches, Kickstart® compressor hard start devices, Acid-Away® acid neutralizer for A/C systems, and assorted grease strippers, cleaners, degreasers, lubricants, galvanizing sprays and putties distributed exclusively to the trade.

For more information on RectorSeal’s plumbing and HVAC product lines, visit www.rectorseal.com, call 1-800-441-0051 or email customerservice@rectorseal.com.

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About RectorSeal: The RectorSeal Corporation is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year as a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. Steady growth over the years has been maintained through a commitment to providing high quality products and services. With a diversified business strategy, RectorSeal® aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical and construction industries. The RectorSeal Corporation is devoted to providing innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service. For more information,  visit www.rectorseal.com, email marketing@rectorseal.com or call (800) 231-3345. 

RectorSeal Introduces Industry’s First Anti-Siphoning Device for Condensate Pumps

New device prevents common pump installation errors, which often cause noisy operation from “dry pump” that can lead to premature pump failure. 

RectorSeal® Corp., Houston,  a leading manufacturer of quality HVAC/R and plumbing products, introduces the industry’s first Anti-Siphoning Device, which eliminates siphoning due to incorrect condensate pump installations for ductless mini-split air conditioners.

Developed by Aspen Pumps in the U.K., the Anti-Siphoning Device is now included at no extra cost with all Aspen Pumps distributed by RectorSeal in the U.S. The device, which consists of a 2-inch-long molded plastic fitting with an integral air intake, is installed in the pump’s 1/4-inch-diameter discharge hose. It can be oriented horizontally or vertically and its omni-directional design prevents incorrect installation.  The Anti-Siphoning Device, which is bright orange for increased visibility, is packaged in a fully-illustrated instruction card and installs easily in just a few minutes.

After the pump switches off, the Anti-Siphoning Device prevents the pump from auto-siphoning and emptying itself, the reservoir and the connecting hose. This eliminates the potential of excessive noise, ineffective operation and overheating, which causes premature pump failure.

When gravity draining isn’t possible on interior wall or ceiling-mounted mini-splits with condensate pumps, the Anti-Siphoning Device can eliminate costly, labor-intensive troubleshooting and rerouting associated with inaccessible discharge hose siphoning problems recessed in walls or ceilings.

“The majority of condensate pump failures, regardless of brand or model, are due to field installation errors typically where an incorrectly routed discharge line creates a siphon ,” said Sean Holloway, RectorSeal’s HVAC/R national sales manager. “The Anti-Siphoning Device ensures a quiet, effective and long-lasting operation.”

For more information on RectorSeal’s plumbing, HVAC/R products or Aspen Pumps, please visit www.rectorseal.com; email marketing@rectorseal.com or call (800) 231-3345.

 

HEAVY DUTY CLEVIS FOR WIRE PULLING

HOUSTON, TX – RectorSeal introduces a heavy duty wire pulling clevis to its line of wire pulling tools. RectorSeal® Wire Pulling Clevis Clip is used to connect pulling rope to Wire Snagger® and Wire Grabber™.

 

Wire Snagger® pulling tools with spring-activated gripping teeth have revolutionized electrical cable pulling since their introduction in 2005.  Set-up and tear-down time for multiple wire pulls has been reduced to a few minutes. Now, RectorSeal® has added additional innovative tools to increase daily productivity for electrical contractors.

 

The RectorSeal® Wire Pulling Clevis Clip is a heavy duty, universal clevis clip for connecting Wire Snagger®, Wire Grabber™ Crimp-On and Wire Grabber™ Single-Use to pulling rope. The maximum rated capacity working weight is 11,000 lbs. wire pulling only. The Clevis is a fast and easy way to connect to a pulling rope and passes through offsets and 90º bends easily.

 

RectorSeal® Wire Pulling Clevis Clip innovative, labor saving tool for electrical contractors is now available through RectorSeal’s® nationwide distribution network or by calling customer service at 1-800-231-3345.

 

The RectorSeal Corporation is celebrating its 75th anniversary as a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. Steady growth over the years has been maintained through a commitment to providing high quality products and services.  With a diversified business strategy, RectorSeal® aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and construction industries with   innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service.

 

     RectorSeal Corporation, 2601 Spenwick Drive, Houston, Texas 77055

     www.rectorseal.com

A NEW SAFE-T-SWITCH® A/C OVERFLOW SHUT-OFF SWITCH FOR MINI SPLIT SYSTEMS

A NEW SAFE-T-SWITCH® A/C OVERFLOW SHUT-OFF SWITCH FOR MINI SPLIT SYSTEMS   

HOUSTON, TX – The Rectorseal Corporation, a Houston-based manufacturer of specialty products for the HVAC industry, has expanded its line of patented Safe-T-Switch® electronic condensate overflow control switches.  The new model, SS610E is designed for use on Mini Split systems. It includes the reliable, low power consuming, state-of-the-art microelectronics that has made the SS103E and SS500EP the best condensate control switch on the market and is Code Compliant. The SS610E had been tested to UL 508 and UL 2043.

 

As with all Safe-T-Switches®, the new models are designed for easy installation in both new and retrofit applications to protect home and commercial building owners from costly damage due to condensate overflow. This switch offers the A/C contractor an easy way to insure customer satisfaction and reduce potential liability.

 

The new easy to use SS610E switch sensor connects directly to the indoor unit wiring. Because the SS610E uses power from the minisplit unit, no batteries are required. Its smaller sensor can easily fit into the confined internal spaces of most units. It can be installed directly to the drain pan or clipped to the evaporator coil. The SS610E’s logic circuit continuously checks the probes for water and will shutdown the system if water is detected. The onboard LED lights indicate the condition of the unit at a glance, removing any guess work and will automatically reset once the water subsides. If necessary, the attractive casing of the CPU unit can be mounted directly to the side of the unit. The SS610E has no moving parts to break and can be wired to the units thermostat’s normally open or normally closed circuit.

 

These new switches and all other Safe-T-Switch® models are now available through Rectorseal’s nationwide distribution network. For more information, contact RectorSeal Customer Service at

1-800-231-3345 or visit the company on the web at www.rectorseal.com.

 

The RectorSeal Corporation is celebrating its 75th anniversary as a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. Steady growth over the years has been maintained through a commitment to providing high quality products and services.  With a diversified business strategy, RectorSeal® aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical and construction industries.  The RectorSeal Corporation is devoted to providing innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service.

 

THE RECTORSEAL CORPORATION  

 2601 Spenwick Drive, Houston, Texas 77055

RectorSeal’s New Nokorode® Aqua Flux™

RectorSeal’s New Nokorode® Aqua Flux Formula Assures High Performance, Lead-Free Solder Joints

Third-party lab testing proves newly-reformulated flux outperforms most flux brands for pre-cleaning and solder coverage for low lead brass fittings.

For Immediate Release

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Contact:  Jerry Tomasello–Dir. of Mktg.  or   John Parris Frantz
RectorSeal Corp.                              J.P.F. Communications Inc.
(800) 231-3345                                   (773) 871-2600                                 jtomasello@rectorseal.com             john@jpfcomm.com

RectorSeal® Corp., Houston,  a leading manufacturer of quality HVAC/R and plumbing products, has reformulated its Nokorode® Aqua Flux, a water-flushable, lead-free, paste flux that now out-performs most flux brands when soldering with the new silicon family of low-lead brass alloys used in potable water plumbing applications.

Third-party laboratory tests by leading plumbing valve and fitting manufacturer, NIBCO® Inc., Elkhart, Ind., demonstrated the reformulated Aqua Flux’s superior pre-cleaning ability that provides for comprehensive solder coverage while eliminating residual oxide barriers during the heating process. “NIBCO tested the newly-formulated Nokorode Aqua Flux and it works great; therefore we recommend it for use with our silicon family of lead-free alloy fittings, valves and flanges,” said Aaron Edds, NIBCO’s product manager for valves.

The new flux is certified under NSF Standard 61-Annex G and meets the requirements for the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act (S.3874), a federal law that goes into effect Jan. 4, 2014.  It also conforms to the ASTM B-813 Standard and California’s AB-1953 low lead law. Vermont and Maryland have already enacted low lead regulations similar to California.

Available in 2, 4 and 16-ounce sizes, the cream-colored Nokorode Aqua Flux, is non-corrosive because it’s water-flushable and easily flushed from piping systems. Unlike other gels or liquid fluxes, Aqua Flux won’t run or drip off acid brushes, pipes and fittings during application. It is formulated for use with 95/5, 60/40, 50/50 and 40/60 solders.

The newly-formulated flux is the newest member of RectorSeal’s Nokorode product line that includes Nokorode Regular Paste Flux, Nokorode Hot Weather Paste Flux, Nokorode Cold Weather Paste Flux and Nokorode 95/5 Pre-Tinning Flux. Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, RectorSeal also makes the C-Flux®, Amos Feer’s Famous Flux® and Fluxomatic Gel.

For more information on RectorSeal’s plumbing and HVAC/R products, please visit www.rectorseal.com; email marketing@rectorseal.com or call (800) 231-3345.

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About RectorSeal: The RectorSeal Corporation is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year as a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. Steady growth over the years has been maintained through a commitment to providing high quality products and services. With a diversified business strategy, RectorSeal® aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical and construction industries. The RectorSeal Corporation is devoted to providing innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service. For more information,  visit www.rectorseal.com, email marketing@rectorseal.com or call (800) 231-3345.