As a fully integrated innovator, designer and manufacturer of rare earth magnets, Electron Energy Corporation specializes in both simple and complex magnet assemblies. Our founder, Marlin S. Walmer, saw the potential in utilizing magnets in high power industries and began EEC in 1970. Because of his innovation and dedication, researchers and engineers from around the world gathered at EEC headquarters to develop break-through magnet materials and new applications for them. This progressive attitude towards the magnet and magnet assembly industry has continued to thrive at Electron Energy.
The belts, conveyor materials, parts and pulleys manufactured by Dura-Belt, Inc. are used in applications worldwide and inevitably affect our day-to-day lives in one way or another. Consumer product conveyors, vibratory feeders, packaging equipment, printing machines and power transmissions are just a few of the important areas in which the company’s products are employed. To supply innovative, high quality belting products has always been and still remains the mission of this reputable company, and today, it is no surprise that Dura-Belt, Inc. is an industry leader. Selling millions of conveyor belts and belt components each year and having the capacity to produce up to 60,000 belts daily, the market influence of the company stretches around the globe. Jim Hammond, known as the “Belt Doctor”, purchased the business in 1991 and proceeded to rename it Dura-Belt, giving it a new lease on life. Hammond brought with him the skill and knowledge of a trained physicist with the personal goal of combining technology and belting to achieve a better quality product. The results speak for themselves.
For almost 25 years, Tanis, Inc. has been shaping brush technology through a corporate commitment to technology, discovery and investments in engineering talent. The innovative product designs developed by Tanis gives them a leading edge over the global competition and offers customers the latest in production and process solutions.
No matter how small or large the individual needs of its valued customers, AXIOM Air Products, Inc. is committed to meeting those needs with its range of quality dust collection equipment and air pollution solutions. Located in Illinois, the trained service team at AXIOM offers dust collecting system design and CAD layout, allowing for a wide variety of extraction solutions. The industries served by AXIOM are numerous, including automotive, electronics, printing, chemical and manufacturing. The specifics of the solutions required by these industries are equally as varied, and meeting those needs is a practice AXIOM specializes in. Welding, metal working or polishing fumes, dry powders from grinding and dust from soldering are all efficiently captured with the dust collectors and fume extraction equipment provided by AXIOM, ensuring a cleaner and healthier environment.
Approaching its 50th year in the industrial heating business, Thermal Devices, Inc. is an experienced provider of temperature sensors, temperature controls and electric heaters to manufacturing companies. Unlike many supply companies offering a list of products without the technical knowledge to back it up, the team at Thermal Devices, Inc. actually specializes in the application of its heating products. The customers can rest assured knowing the proposed solutions for their heating needs are coming from knowledgeable and trained personnel. The company is well qualified to recommend, supply and service its range of industrial heaters and motor control products from leading manufacturers.
While the pneumatic conveying industry has not seen a great deal of innovation in the past half century, the core values upon which Smoot was founded demand it. Smoot employees are encouraged to not only embrace, but to drive change within the organization and, in turn, the industry. The company is distinguished by its ability to recognize and react to emerging trends as well as the needs of each consumer, attributing much of its success to the philosophy of ‘making the Customer’s problems… Our problems.’ With that in mind, Project Engineers work with every client to come up with the best solution, resulting in improved process and product quality.
Founded in the beautiful Toggenburg region of Switzerland in 1991, Innovative Sensor Technology (IST) has quickly gained global recognition as a leader in sensor technology, expanding to the Czech Republic in 1995 and the United States in 1999. Their geographical expansion is mirrored by the new products, technologies and services continually generated at IST. The company holds true to its namesake innovation specializing in highly advanced thin-film measurement for the monitoring of temperature, humidity, and flow in even the most challenging applications. In providing and perfecting this superior technology, IST shapes not only the bright future of the company, but that of the sensing devices industry as a whole.
From air pollution control to energy efficiency, individuals and industry alike aspire to meet and exceed myriad environmental expectations and regulations. Fortunately, in 1978 Gene Anguil had the foresight to not only recognize the changing times, but to cultivate a line of equipment and services to assist companies in achieving the highest standards of air cleanliness. First emphasizing waste heat recovery before shifting focus to air pollution control, Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. is now one of the largest suppliers of oxidizers and other pollution control equipment all around the world.
Setting the standards of Aseptic protocol’ has been the driving goal of clean rooms manufacturer Haddad Wylie Industries since its incorporation in 2004. Known now as HWI Global™, the company was started by a husband-and-wife team with the simple premise of creating a truly non-porous, homogenous, sterile environment. Deric Haddad and Heather Wylie-Haddad began HWI, LLC as a modular clean rooms supplier with a handful of employees and one major project. The company’s business model of producing high quality results, high standards – both in terms of clean room protocol and business dealings, and open communication within the company and with its clients, has seen HWI Global™ grow ever since then. Today, as a leader in clean room design, engineering and construction, and a full-service design and build firm with annual revenue of $5 million, HWI Global™ works with many notable clients in industries ranging from Life Science and Nanotechnology, to Microelectronics and Aerospace.
While the words innovation and tradition may seem at odds, Custom Faberkin, Inc. pulls them together seamlessly, offering customers innovative products built on traditional values. Established in 1968 to serve the commercial sewing needs of Wisconsin area industries, we have since developed into a world class sewing contractor supplying clients around the globe with high quality items built in the United States of America. Though some may cite the innovative industrial sewing we perform as the reason for our growth, success may also be attributed to our company’s traditional view that meeting and exceeding the individual needs of each and every customer is paramount.
RMI Laser was first established in 1998 as the laser division of Rocky Mountain Instrument Company. Since then, RMI has expanded into a separate entity specializing in the design and manufacture of DPSS laser systems and complete laser marking solutions. RMI Laser has produced five individual laser marking series: the LE-Series, the Archer-Series, the U-Series, the UG-Series 532nm and the most cost-effective part marking laser currently in use, the UM-1. Targeting influential industries such as the Armed Forces, Medical Device Manufacturers and general manufacturers, RMI strives to stay on the top of its field by taking a proactive approach to the ever changing market conditions. The company remains focused on producing the highest quality laser marking systems on the market.
For the last several months, we’ve been slowly but steadily fostering a ‘Green Ideas for Industry’ category here on the IQS Newsroom. Not only do we want to keep track of some of the vital shifts the US manufacturing industry is making towards sustainable production, but we would also like to extend kudos to the companies listed on our directory who are making that shift possible. Many of our advertisers have been making strides in sustainable manufacturing, recycling and environmentally responsible construction despite economic difficulties and an overall resistance to change within the industry. Today we’re going to take a look at Ohio Gratings’ environmentally friendly grating products – and how you can earn LEED points by building with them.