JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces delivered two conveyors for the curing of fuel and oil filters for the auto industry. The two systems are continuous process, one gas fired 60”wide x 300” long operating at 300F with a cooling zone, the other system is an electric 48”wide x 144” long operating at 300F with a take away conveyor system. The systems are installed in Prichard, West Virginia located in the United States.
Our President Mike Jameson gave a presentation to 7 classes of 8th graders at a local school. The presentation was centered on how our business as a manufacturer has many different areas within the company and how each area works. As well as, how each area contributes to the company’s final product.
SEDA-COG recently assisted JPW Design & Manufacturing, Inc. with a PIDA Small Business First loan and a SEDA-COG ARC-RLF loan. The company expanded their manufacturing facility by 10,000 sq. ft. in Trout Run, Lycoming County and purchased an overhead crane to improve efficiency in the manufacturing facility. Woodlands Bank also assisted in this business expansion as well.
JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces has received an order for a large preheat oven to be used to preheat and remove moisture from aluminum castings. The oven was ordered by an aluminum extrusion and forging company located in the United States and will be delivered in the third quarter of 2015. The oven will have a maximum temperature rating of 750 F and will be natural gas fired. The oven load will be 40,000 lbs and have a heat up time of 2 hours. The internal size is 15’w x 6’d x 10’h with a vertical lift door.
Today, JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces is in the finishing stages of manufacturing a large electric high temperature vertical lift door furnace for an Aerospace company located in the United States. The temperature range of the furnace will be 200 F to 1250 F. The interior work space is 72”w x 72”h x 72”d. The uniformity specification is unique in that there will be multiple work envelopes qualified within the work space. Those specifications are +/-5 F at various operating temperatures. The unit is on track to be delivered in early May 2015.