Hubbard, OH – ELLWOOD Aluminum, a worldwide large diameter aluminum ingot/billet, rectangular slab, and cast plate manufacturer, announces the completion of construction on their new Hubbard, OH facility with a perfect workplace safety record.
Their 120,000 square foot aluminum casting facility was built with no injuries to the employees or the contractors during construction. Construction began on the plant in 2018 and continued through the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The over $60 million project expanded the company’s aluminum production capabilities to better serve the tool and die, aerospace, forging, plate mill rolling, and extrusion industries. The manufacturing center is equipped with the latest technology in aluminum melting and casting including a 55 ton melting and holding furnace combination, a casting pit capable of lengths up to 360", and two 40-ton cranes to handle the oversized aluminum products.
“Completing our Hubbard, OH facility construction with no injuries is an accomplishment that we are incredibly grateful for at ELLWOOD Aluminum,” stated Dr. Patrick Callihan, President of ELLWOOD Aluminum. “We owe this achievement to our knowledgeable and safety conscious team of employees and contractors that allowed for this project to happen seamlessly.”
Using Vertical Direct Chill casting technology and a fully equipped lab, ELLWOOD Aluminum has capabilities for casting, processing, and quality monitoring of large aluminum ingots and rectangular aluminum slabs. With dedicated melting and holding furnaces with a casting pit capable of lengths up to 360 inches, ELLWOOD Aluminum can meet any customer specifications and be a true partner to them. They pride themselves on producing quality products that are used in industries such as aerospace, defense, automotive, and tooling.
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