Contractor David Zinn of Hydrowest Ltd. in Vancouver, British Columbia, won a 2010 Harley Davidson motorcycle for his entry in Webstone’s “Smart Work Deserves a Smart Ride Pro-Pal” installation contest. His entry featured 62 control panels constructed with Webstone valves and fittings for use in a unique district heat pump system that recovers heat from sewage treatment.
Zinn installed the system at the Whistler Athletes Village built for the 2010 Winter Olympics. His project represents a green approach to providing energy in a manner that is eco-friendly. Zinn’s work was chosen for his superior demonstration of innovation and how Webstone’s Pro-Pal Step-Saving valves can improve the overall efficiency and operation of any system.
Saying that “he loves the Webstone product,” Zinn noted that it saves him time, money and his installations never looked so good. In addition to Zinn’s grand prize, a portion of the proceeds from the sales of Pro-Pal valves purchased during the contest period will be donated to breast cancer research. Thanks to the contractors who submitted many creative installations, and the wholesale distributors who purchased Pro-Pal valves, Webstone will make a sizable contribution to the American Cancer Society.
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