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Appliance Recycling Centers of America, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide reverse logistics, energy conservation, and recycling services for household appliances in the United States. The company, through its retail outlets, offers special-buy household appliances, including manufacturer closeouts, factory overruns, floor samples, returned or exchanged items, open-carton items, and scratch and dent appliances. The company also provides recycling services on a credit basis to appliance retailers and electric utilities. It serves appliance manufacturers and retailers, utilities, waste haulers, vending machine companies, residential property managers, and the general public. As of March 31, 2007, the company operated 15 retail stores, including 5 in the Minneapolis, Minnesota; 4 in the Atlanta, Georgia; 3 in the Columbus, Ohio; 2 in the San Antonio, Texas; and 1 in Compton, California. Appliance Recycling Centers of America was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


SPX Corporation provides cooling technologies and services, flow technology, industrial products and services, and technical products and systems. The company engineers, manufactures, and services cooling products for markets worldwide, including dry, wet, and hybrid cooling systems, cooling towers, and air-cooled condensers for power generation; refrigeration; heating, ventilating, and air conditioning equipment; and industrial markets. It also provides thermal components for power and steam generation plants and engineered services to maintain, refurbish, upgrade, and modernize power stations. SPX also designs, manufactures, and markets solutions and products that are used to process or transport fluids, as well as solutions and products that are used in heat transfer applications and air flow treatment systems. In addition, the company designs, manufactures, and markets power systems, specialty engineered products, loading dock products, and heat and ventilation products. Further, it engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of broadcast and communication systems and services, electrical test and measurement solutions, and laboratory and life science products. Additionally, the company focuses on the design, manufacture, and marketing of a range of specialty service tools, diagnostic systems and service equipment, and technical and training manuals and information, primarily for the franchised vehicle dealer industry, aftermarket national accounts, and independent repair facilities. It operates principally in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom. SPX Corporation is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Global-Tech Appliances, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the design, manufacture, and sale of small electrical household appliances to brand marketers. It offers floor care products, which include hand-held steam vacuum cleaners, upright vacuum cleaners, and extractors. The company also provides kitchen appliances, including blenders, breadmakers, coffeemakers, electric knives, espresso machines, food choppers, food processors, food steamers, ice cream makers, and indoor grills. Global-Tech also provides garment care and travel products, environmental care products, and personal and health care products and accessories. The company sells its products through various distribution channels, including mass merchandisers, specialty retailers, warehouse clubs, drug store chains, direct marketing organizations, and department stores primarily in the United States and Europe. Global-Tech was founded by Kwong Ho Sham in 1963 and is based in Hong Kong.


Lennox International, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of products for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration markets in the United States and internationally. The company operates in four segments: Residential Heating and Cooling, Commercial Heating and Cooling, Service Experts, and Refrigeration. The Residential Heating and Cooling segment manufactures and markets furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, packaged heating and cooling systems, indoor air quality equipment, prefabricated fireplaces and freestanding stoves for residential replacement and new construction markets. The Commercial Heating and Cooling segment manufactures and sells rooftop products and related equipment for commercial applications. The Service Experts segment includes sale, installation, and maintenance and repair services for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment. The Refrigeration segment manufactures and sells unit coolers, condensing units, and other commercial refrigeration products. The company serves distributors, installing dealers, homeowners, national accounts, and original equipment manufacturers. Lennox International was founded in 1895 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.


Whirlpool Corporation engages in the manufacture and marketing of home appliances. The company offers various appliances and related products, primarily for home use. Its principal products include home laundry appliances, home refrigerators and freezers, home cooking appliances, home dishwashers, room air-conditioning equipment, mixers, and other small household appliances. The company also produces hermetic compressors and plastic components for home appliance and electronics industries. It markets and distributes its products under the brand names Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Roper, Estate, Bauknecht, Ignis, Laden, Inglis, Brastemp, and Consul in the United States, Canada, Europe, Latin America, and Asia to retailers, buying groups, and builders. Whirlpool Corporation was founded in 1906 and is headquartered in Benton Harbor, Michigan.


iRobot Corporation designs, develops, and markets robots for consumer, government, and industrial markets in the United States and internationally. It offers consumer products, including floor cleaning robots, such as Roomba floor vacuuming robot and Scooba floor washing robot. The company's government and industrial products include PackBot Scout, a portable, tactical, and mobile robot for military operations in urban terrain and battle missions; PackBot Explorer for performing real-time targeting and battle damage assessment; and PackBot EOD, a rugged and lightweight robot to conduct explosive ordnance disposal, hazardous materials, search-and-surveillance, and other law enforcement tasks for bomb squads, SWAT teams, military units, and other authorities. It also offers R-Gator, an autonomous unmanned ground vehicle to act as unmanned scout, point man, and perimeter guard, as well as to pack/ammunition/supply carrier for soldiers. The company sells its products through various distribution channels, including chain stores, retailers, and on-line store, as well as directly to government customers. It serves law enforcement, homeland security, commercial cleaning, elderly care, oil services, home automation, landscaping, agriculture, and construction markets. iRobot Corporation has strategic alliances with Deere & Company and The Clorox Company; and TASER International, Inc. to develop a new robotic capability utilizing TASER technologies. The company was founded in 1990. It was formerly known as IS Robotics, Inc. and changed its name to IS Robotics Corporation in 1994. Further, the company changed its name to iRobot Corporation in 2000. iRobot Corporation is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.


Hudson Technologies, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides various refrigerant services and solutions primarily to the air conditioning and refrigeration industry in the United States. It offers refrigerantside services, including system decontamination, and refrigerant recovery and reclamation, as well as diagnosis and evaluation of an operating refrigeration system. The company also provides performance optimization services, such as measuring, modifying, and improving the efficiency of energy systems, which comprise air conditioning and refrigeration systems. In addition, Hudson Technologies offers refrigerant management services, which primarily include reclamation of refrigerants, and testing and storage services to individual customer requirements; provides reusable cylinder repair and hydrostatic testing services; and sells various refrigerants. The company offers its products and services to the commercial, industrial, and governmental customers, as well as refrigerant wholesalers, distributors, contractors, and refrigeration equipment manufacturers. The company was founded by Kevin J. Zugibe, P.E. Hudson Technologies was incorporated in 1991 and is headquartered in Pearl River, New York.


National Presto Industries, Inc. engages in the design, marketing, and distribution of housewares/small appliances; manufacture of defense products; and manufacture and sale of absorbent products in the United States. The housewares/small appliances products include pressure cookers and canners; the Presto Control Master' heat control single thermostatic control line of fry pans in various sizes, griddles, and multipurpose cookers; deep fryers of various sizes; pizza ovens, can openers, and slicer/shredders; electric heaters; corn poppers (hot air and microwave); microwave bacon cookers; coffeemakers; electric grills; electric tea kettles; electric knives; electric knife sharpeners; and timers. The company's defense products comprise precision mechanical and electro-mechanical products, including ordnance products, such as training ammunition, fuzes, firing devices, and initiators for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and DOD prime contractors. Its absorbent products consist of private label diapers, adult incontinent products, and puppy pads. The company was founded in 1905. It was formerly known as Northwestern Steel and Iron Works and changed its name to National Presto Industries, Inc. in 1953. National Presto Industries is based in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.


Helen of Troy Limited engages in the design, development, production, and distribution of a portfolio of brand-name personal care and household consumer products in the United States and internationally. Its personal care products include hair dryers, curling irons, hair setters, women's shavers, brushes, combs, hair accessories, home hair clippers, mirrors, foot baths, body massagers, paraffin baths, liquid hair styling products, body powder, and skin care products. The company's personal care products also comprise foot massagers, hydro massagers, cushion massagers, memory foam products, trimmers, decorative hair accessories, medicated skin care products, fragrances, deodorants, antiperspirants, and hair depilatory products. Helen's household products include kitchen tools, household cleaning tools, storage and organization products, and gardening tools. It markets and sells its products to mass merchandisers, drug chains, warehouse clubs, grocery stores, beauty supply retailers, wholesalers, and specialty retailers. The company was incorporated in 1968 as Helen of Troy Corporation and changed its name to Helen of Troy Limited in 1994. Helen is headquartered in El Paso, Texas.