Goad Company Wins New Product Excellence Award

Company has solved a major problem with large vinyl containment systems by eliminating hand welds to seal their massive number of lining seams, which often resulted in leaks and costly downtime repairs

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Curtis Goad with his company's award from MAM.

 

Goad Company has received the 2016 New Product Excellence Award from the Missouri Association of Manufacturers. The award was based on Goad's patented methods of fabricating containment tanks.

 

Made in Missouri Leadership Awards were developed to honor manufacturing companies and individual leaders that are shaping the future of global manufacturing. Goad Company has solved a major problem in the construction of large vinyl containment systems by eliminating hand welds to seal their massive number of lining seams which often resulted in leaks and costly downtime repairs. Goad's solution is N-Fuze welding that involves the extrusion (machine) welding of vinyl linings which they developed in 2006. With three U.S. Patents, Goad is the only company performing this welding method.

 

Since 1955, Goad Company has built a quality reputation by providing custom designed fabrications and systems to the surface finishing and chemical process industries. Their customers include leading commercial, government, and military facilities throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

 

"We are proud and honored to have been recognized by the MAM for our expertise in containment systems technology," says Curtis Goad, president of the company.

 

For information, visit goad.com