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Oct 13, 2016 9:00:11 AM
Joe Maglich has recently joined T&T Marketing, Inc. as Account Manager, Mid-Atlantic. Joe is a graduate of the Ohio University Russ College of Engineering program with a degree in Chemical Engineering. His 6+ year professional career has been focused on technical sales and customer support for DuPont and later at its spin-off, Axalta Coating Systems.
Joe resides in the greater Philadelphia area. In his spare time, he enjoys playing drums and guitar, fishing, baseball, and traveling.
Apr 8, 2016 10:52:02 AM
Had a blast at Wire Düsseldorf in Germany this week! From left to right: Thorne Bartlett, Business Development; Craig Shell; Account & Product Manager; Tom Jordan, President & John Accorsi, Sales Manager.
Mar 24, 2016 11:30:00 AM
Michael Roussel has recently joined T&T Marketing, Inc. as Account Manager, New England. He will also have Product Manager responsibilities. Mike is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Lowell Plastics Engineering program. He has also completed course work at the graduate level. His 24-year career has included sales, technical and managerial positions. In the Wire and Cable industry, Mike worked for Alpha Gary early in his career as a Sales Representative and most recently, as Sales Manager at Carris Reels. His professional memberships and affiliations include Wire Association International, ASTM International and Society of Plastics Engineers.Mike resides in Rutland, VT with his wife and two teenage sons. In his spare time, Mike enjoys mountain biking, fly fishing and is an avid skier. In fact, Mike is member of Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and is a Certified Instructor teaching skiing on weekend and holidays for the past 9 yrs.
Sep 22, 2015 10:36:23 AM
In addition to having a presence on the exhibit floor, T & T Marketing will also be taking part in a technical presentation at IWCS.
At this year’s conference, T & T’s Technical Director, Paul Lorigan, will be presenting a paper entitled “Quantification of the Flexibility of Flame Retardant Insulation and Jacket Materials When Designing Wire & Cable Products.” The presentation will take place at 2:40 p.m. on Thursday, October 8th. It will be one of the presentations that make up Session 18: Flame Retardant Technology.
In his presentation, Paul Lorigan will discuss the selection of wire and cable insulation and jacket materials for flexible constructions. Design engineers typically seek softer materials. The softness or hardness is most often quantified by Durometer Testing in the Shore A scale. Although there is good correlation between hardness and flexibility with unfilled non-flame retardant materials, there is less correlation as flame retardant fillers are added to flexible polymers. Certain jacket materials can be indistinguishable in hardness but drastically different in their actual flexibility. Lorigan’s paper reviews the ASTM procedure for hardness testing and proposes the use of various flexural moduli as a better method to quantify flexibility.