LOCKHEED MARTIN AIR FORCE PLANT
Over 100 years ago, Glenn L. Martin established the Glenn L. Martin Company after building his first plane in a rented church, where he took on a risky but innovative new aircraft design at the urging of Orville Wright. In 1912, Allan and Malcolm Lockheed founded the Alco Hydro-Aeroplane Company, while working out of a garage, and later renamed the Lockheed Aircraft Company.
TIGERFLOW was given the opportunity to design and build four heat transfer systems for Lockheed Martin. Each heat transfer system consists of:
- (1) Taco shell and tube heat exchanger
- (2) 10 HP Taco, series Fl, cast iron, bronze fitted end suction pumps
- (1) Taco series 4900, ASME air separator*
- (2) Taco 2.5″ x 2.5″ suction diffusers
- (1) Taco 57-gallon, ASME Diaphragm expansion tank
The Lockheed Martin Air Force Plant utilized TIGERFLOW’s:
- HVAC Packaged Central Utility System
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