Calvary Industries, Inc.
9233 Seward Rd.
Fairfield , OH 45014 US
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Coronavirus Response in Manufacturing: Calvary Industries
Calvary Industries, supplier of industrial cleaners, conversion coatings, metalworking fluids, and waste treatment chemistries, turns its focus toward general-purpose sanitizers to help combat coronavirus.
Making it Fit: Converting a Grocery Store to a Top Flight Powder Coating Operation
Pryority Powder Coating finds a home in a vacant Piggly Wiggly store in the middle of a shopping strip.
Calvary Develops In-House Control System
CALeye 2.0 provides customizable, automated control for pretreatment systems.
New Monitoring and Controls in Coating Line Help Morton Industries Thrive
System monitors and controls temperature, conductivity, pH, pressure, conveyor status and tank levels.
Calvary Industries Develops In-House Control System
CalEye 2.0 provides customizable, automated control for pretreatment systems.
Calvary Industries Expands Technical Sales Team
Tom Wenrich is a new technical sales representative for the northeast territory, Terry Carguello for New York and New England, Mike Pypiak for the southeast and James Graves for the new eastern region; Gary Raihl is the new the eastern region sales manager.
Webinar Focuses on Cleaning and Pretreatment Technologies
Chris Berger, vice president and director of product development for Calvary Industries, will host “Emerging Technologies in Cleaning and Pretreatment: Where the Industry is Going in the Next 5 to 15 Years and Beyond” at 2 p.m. on May 8.
Greener Grass Through Pretreatment Changes
Manufacturer Agri-Fab changes pretreatment for zero discharge to save on energy costs and meet customer needs.
Full-Throttle Pretreatment at Yamaha's Ecoat, Powder Coating Line
SEE THE VIDEO: A Cross Functional Team Makes a Change in Yamaha’s Pretreatment Line With Help From Supplier Calvary Industries
Leap of Finishing Faith
The president of Cincinnati-based Deltec Inc. decided to add a finishing line to his company’s manufacturing facility. This was during the midst of one of the worst recessions in U.S. history. But he probably couldn’t have picked a better time to do it.
When Help is Needed, Call out the Cavalry ... or Calvary Chemicals
Teams of Calvary employees and their families—more than 50 people in October alone—volunteer weeks at a time to provide care for orphans in Monterrey, Mexico through a partnership they have developed through Back2Back Ministries(back2backministries.org). This is not something that company president John Morelock just recently decided to undertake. He has been spearheading the effort since 2004, sponsoring mission trips for employees and their friends and family, providing opportunities to serve alongside Back2Back, and ultimately empowering sustainable long-term change for orphans.