10/7/2013

Pavco Opens New Technical Pilot Center in Charlotte

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Facility consists of over 40 process tanks designed for maximum pre- and post-plate flexibility, offering a diverse offering of finishing processes include zinc, nickel, chrome, antimicrobial, copper, alloys and tin.

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Under design and construction since mid 2012, Pavco has announced that their Technology Pilot Center is now fully operational in Charlotte, NC to further assist ongoing research, sales and service efforts.

 

� Craig Pavlish, an owner of Pavco, said that the facility consists of over 40 process tanks and is designed for maximum pre and post plate flexibility, and offers a diverse offering of finishing processes include zinc, nickel, chrome, antimicrobial, copper, alloys and tin. The state of the art facility also grants the ability for quick modifications to the process lines to ensure maximum industry relevance.

 

This completes Pavco's third major capital improvement in 30 months dedicated to improving our technical department operations. For a tour of completed facility, please visit www.pavco.com under the "About Us, Welcome to Pavco" section.

 

 

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