Founded in 1874, York's innovations and commitment to quality propelled it to the forefront of the ice-making, refrigeration and air conditioning industries. York's can-do attitude led to significant contributions during both world wars, and helped secure such high-stakes sensitive projects as aircraft test chambers and the Manhattan Project. Today, York air conditioners can be found in the World Trade Center, the Kremlin and the Kennedy Space Center. With hundreds of photographs from 125 years of history, The Legend of York, by best-selling author Jeffrey L. Rodengen, is rich in detail and historical perspective. Individually boxed, 218 pp.to set itself apart from rival Carrier, Lauer announced that York Corporation would adapt its units to both heat and cool ... with individual room thermostat controls to allow people to set different temperatures in different rooms of a building.
|Title||:||The Legend of York International|
|Author||:||Jeffrey L. Rodengen|
|Publisher||:||Write Stuff Enterprises Incorporated - 1997|