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|NDT.net Issue - 2010-11 - NEWS ||NDT.net Issue: 2010-11|
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
Magnetic Analysis Corporation Expands to a New PlantMagnetic Analysis Corp (MAC)26, Elmsford, NY, USA
After more than 40 years in Mount Vernon, New York, Magnetic Analysis Corporation, a leading manufacturer of sophisticated test systems for metal manufacturers worldwide, is relocating to a larger plant effective October 18, 2010.
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"The new facility will provide an 80% increase in space, greatly expanding our ability to manufacture and assemble large inspection systems and demonstrate them for customers," notes company President Joseph Vitulli."This move is critical to our strategy of offering the highest quality test equipment to meet the growing demands for inspecting tube, bar, wire and other metal components throughout the world".
The company plans to move its employees from the Mount Vernon plant to Elmsford, where it will occupy approximately 47,000 square feet of space for its headquarters, research, engineering and manufacturing operations, with 26,000 square feet designated for production and assembly. The new location, 25 miles from midtown Manhattan, has easy access to Interstate 287 and other major highways in the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut area. It is also strategically located to facilitate shipment of large test systems through New York-area airports and seaports to domestic and overseas destinations.
Founded in Long Island City, New York, in 1928 to develop nondestructive test equipment, Magnetic Analysis developed the first American-made system using electromagnetism to detect flaws in steel products without destroying or damaging the product under test. In 1934, the company introduced the first nondestructive tester to detect cracks in steel bars.
Since then, the company has grown to become a major source of nondestructive metals testing inspection systems throughout the world, with manufacturing plants located in Ohio and Sweden, subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Italy, Australia and Sweden, and a Representative Office in China. Test technologies now include eddy current, ultrasonic, and flux leakage which permit accurate detection of defects and conditions in a range of products including heavy wall tube for energy transmission, bar and tube for automotive applications, steel plate and others. Additional inspection components such as conveyors, feed systems, and automated controls are also offered by the company. Through its network of experienced representatives, MAC inspection systems and technical services are also provided in a number of countries including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Spain, Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, South Africa, Thailand, Korea and India. For more information, visit www.mac-ndt.com.
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