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Alloy 65

In 2017 and 2018, Alloy took a look back to celebrate its 65-year history. This included a search through the company archives, a 65th Anniversary Company Party, and several chances to reflect on how it is we have arrived at this point. Though names and faces have changed over the years - what has remained the same is a commitment to providing high quality equipment with reasonable investments and full support. Here's to 65 more!

 About Us 

Alloy Hardfacing and Engineering has been in business since 1952, operating at its current Jordan, Minnesota location since 1996.

 

Alloy is a Minnesota Custom Fabrication Company that incorporates machining, grinding, fabrication and welding processes to manufacture process equipment for food and food related industries. We are proud of our history as both a Minnesota Custom Fabrication and Minnesota Custom Welding Supplier.

 

While it is a smaller portion of our business, Alloy is equally proud of our history as a Minnesota Job Shop, manufacturing a broad variety of products based on the designs and needs of other U.S. suppliers.

 

Alloy forms carbon and stainless steel in to various shapes and assemblies ranging from small parts weighing a few pounds to complete assemblies weighing in excess of 150 ton.

 

Alloy works with material thickness from light gauge thickness 16 - 18 gauge all the way up to and including 3 inches.

 

In addition to manufacturing, during our more than sixty year history, Alloy has also functioned as an authorized rebuilding station, system integrator, or manufacturer's representative for companies such as Allbright Nell Company (ANCO), Rietz, Anderson International and others.

 

Alloy products are marketed globally by applications and sales staff maintained at its world headquarters in Jordan, Minnesota, U.S.A.
 

Alloy is located approximately 40 minutes south of the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport on Highway 169 (Johnson Memorial Drive), a major artery feeding Minneapolis. Alloy occupies a building with nearly 55,000 square feet on a 28 acre commercial site.
Frequently Asked Questions 
Will Alloy custom design for my application?
Yes, Alloy's applications team will work with you to provide a cost effective solution to your process issues.

Does Alloy make products for Edible Applications?
Certainly, Alloy has products to meet your food process needs.

Does Alloy build what is sells?
Yes, Alloy is a design & build manufacturer.

Does Alloy work in both carbon and alloy steels?
Absolutely. In fact, we maintain "if it's not from Alloy, it's just carbon steel".

Does Alloy install the equipment it makes?
Alloy's installation team is happy to install your equipment, large or small. (While the installation of mechanical seals is easy and can generally be done by your maintenance team Alloy will install your seals if you'd like.)

Does Alloy stand behind the product it sells?
Absolutely. All Alloy products are backed with a one year warranty against defects in materials or workmanship.

Does Alloy provide after-sales service?
Yes, Alloy's field service personnel service the products we sell.

Does Alloy have an application sheet to help me with my needs?
Applications are available on the Applications page of the website. Both an online form and a printable PDF of most applications are available for your convenience.

Is Alloy an OEM or a Re-manufacturer?
YES. Alloy is the only OEM in the Rendering Industry that offers both New OEM Rendering Equipment and Remanufactured equipment. Alloy's Remanufactured Equipment carries the same Warranty as New.

Do you work in Central America?
Yes, Alloy has an employee who lives in Costa Rica servicing all of Central America.

Does Alloy have Staff personnel that speak Spanish?
Yes, Alloy employee, Cesar Cruz speaks Spanish as his native language and English as a second language.

Did You Know? 

In 1985 Alloy was the first company to reshell a continuous rendering cooker.

In 1988 Alloy innovated the continuous cooker rotor. By increasing the thickness of satellite and super satellite tubes, years of useful life are added. That same year, Alloy became the first company to offer stainless steel buckets on continuous contol whells as a standard feature.

In 1989 Alloy began offering innovative hanger bearings in the continuous drainer.

Even today, Alloy continues to innovate and improve its products and services for its customers.

 


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ALLOY HARDFACING and ENGINEERING CO., INC.
20425 Johnson Memorial Drive, Jordan, Minnesota 55352 USA
Phone: 1.952-492-5569
1.800-328-8408

FAX: 1.952-492-3100
6:00 am to 5:30 pm M-F CST
Weekends and Holidays as well
Email:
Juliek@alloyhardfacing.net

20425 Johnson Memorial Drive
Jordan, Minnesota USA 55352

1.800.328.8408 Phone
1.952.492.5569 Phone
1.952.492.3100 Fax