Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Pro-Ductomatic Starter Coil Line

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. The Pro-Ductomatic front-end coil line system has been designed to maximize your return on investment by delivering years of reliable production. Designed for light...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Vulcan 1600 WaterJet

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. The quality of your cutting table can determine the quality of your products. Lockformer has produced Vulcan cutting systems for 30 years, a legacy...

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Have you considered financing your Mestek Machinery purchase?

Mestek Machinery has partnered with Midland Equipment Finance to offer preferred finance and lease programs to help you invest in and grow your business.   If you'd like a quote or would like to learn more about your financing options,...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – D-Max 2.0E

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. As one of the most affordable machines in its class, the D-Max 2.0E is an automatic spiral tubeformer that combines the most advanced technology...

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How does Tax Reform affect your business?

See how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act can affect your business (via www.hardinet.org): COLUMBUS, Ohio — Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) applauds the passage of the final version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in both the...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Max-Stitch 1.6i

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. Max-Stitch 1.6i is the strongest and most versatile single wire stitch welder on the market.  Using new inverter welding technology, the Max-Stitch 1.6i...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Cornermatic Plus Versa

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. The Cornermatic Plus Versa the most flexible and dynamic unit for corner production on the market. This machine is revolutionary for duct shops...

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Trimble Fab Shop 2017 v2

There have been some recent updates to Trimble's FabShop 2017. The updates have been titled v2. Some improvements include: Setup Options Users are able to change\specify the directory for files generated by the software. Import The last used options on the Import window are...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Whisperloc PRO-XVI

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. The Whisperloc PRO-XVI by Iowa Precision Industries is equipped with push button motor controls for quick-change duct lengths. The Whisperloc PRO-XVI is a...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Lion Pneuma Wrap Brake

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. The Lion Pneuma Wrap Brake is Mestek Machinery’s ideal solution for forming L, Flat, Wrap, TDC and TDF Duct, as well as skip...

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ISM Machinery Announces New Website

ISM has a newly redesigned website at  ismmachinery.com.  The new site features ISM’s solutions for spiral, round and oval HVAC ductwork and fittings, including specifications and videos, in a mobile-friendly design.  Additionally, the ISM content is seamlessly integrated to...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Hot Melt Glue System

If you missed the previous post in our AHR 2018 blog series, you can find it here. Mestek Machinery’s Hot Melt Sealant System is a sealing system for transverse duct seam by works by heating a temperature activated sealant and...

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Mestek Machinery at AHR 2018 – Engel 800P Rollformer

Since it revolutionized the HVAC Industry in the 1930’s, the Pittsburgh lock has been used to increase strength and ease in assembling ductwork. Mestek Machinery has incorporated this classic technique in their Engel 800P Rollformer.  This machine has 5 forming stations...

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Mestek Machinery attends Trimble MEP Converge 2017

Mestek Machinery recently attended the Trimble MEP Converge event in Nashville, TN. Here is a some feedback regarding the event from our Standard Machinery Salesperson, Dave Pedersen. “The recent Trimble MEP Converge 2017 took place in Nashville, TN, on Sept....

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AHRI’s Tips for Flood Damaged Heating and Cooling Equipment

AHRI has compiled some excellent tips for those who have unfortunately experienced damage to their heating and cooling equipment during the recent flooding in this country. See below an excerpt from the article and link to the full version...

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Announcing New Machines in the Mestek Lineup!

We're pleased to announce two new machines to the Mestek lineup. The 4-in-1 Adjustable Elbow Machine Adding to our line of Adjustable Elbow machines is the new 4-in-1 Adjustable Elbow Machine. This precision machine produces high quality straight, articulated elbows as...

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Why You Should be Using a Coil Feed System

A coil feed system is the perfect addition to any laser or plasma cutting table. Coil feeding has many advantages over traditional sheet feeding. A coil feeder allows for faster swapping of gauges on your cutting table. Rather than...

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Mestek Machinery Catalog Update

The Mestek Machinery Catalog has been updated. Explore the wide inventory of high-performance HVAC machinery and equipment, all of which are built to a standard of quality that’s second to none. With over 90 machine models and seven of...

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Mestek Machinery debuts Tie Rod Crimper ROI Calculator on website

Mestek Machinery has been steadily improving their website by adding features to make the purchasing process easier for customers. One way we have made this change is by supplying product specific calculators that can measure return on investment before...

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Life, Love, and Ductwork Fabrication

It may be strange to think that less than 80 years ago most of sheet metal work was done by hand. The process was cumbersome and time-consuming. Those employed in the profession worked hard for their money, and in...

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