Wear Solutions for Manufacturing Plants
TypesIf your plant is designed for assembly line or repetitive manufacturing, your maintenance issues are likely more focused around the wear of the machines performing the most repetitious work. For job shop, batch-process type assembly, other concerns such as weight and material integrity will likely be added. No matter the type of process you have, A.J. Weller has solutions to help keep you running safely and efficiently.
IndustriesWeller has done extensive research and has experience in many different industries. Paper, chemical, glass, brick, tires and steel are just some of the areas in which we frequently work. Our full service, multi-industry approach gives us a well rounded background that sets us apart from our competitors.
PartnersAt A.J. Weller, our wear technology does not come in a one-size-fits-all solution. Our experienced team works hard to understand your process inside and out. We come alongside your manufacturing plant staff and help develop the solutions that will help run your plant more effectively, reducing downtime and increasing safety.
Keeping employees safe during their shift is a valuable benefit to partnering with A.J. Weller.
As of May 2012, the manufacturing industry employed nearly 12 million people in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employees in this industry produce clothing and textiles, plastics, electronic components and many other products. Because they work with milling machines, planers, grinding machines, lathes, threading machines and other types of production tools, these employees are at risk of industrial accidents and injuries.Accidents and injuries can affect downtime, as well as regulatory guidelines. One accident can leave your company financially vulnerable as well as out of service.