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Welcome Josh Hunter! Braddock Metallurgical is proud to announce the addition of a new Assistant Plant Manager at our Atlanta facility. Josh is a U.S. Navy Veteran and has many years of experience in heat treating, manufacturing, and management. We are excited to have Josh join our team. He will be an integral part in...
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Braddock Metallurgical is proud to announce that Jason Kusher has been recognized as one of Heat Treat Today’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2020. This honor is awarded to young, up-and-coming talent in the North American heat treat industry. Jason Kusher is the youngest plant manager at Braddock Metallurgical. He graduated from Drexel University with...
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Continuing in our commitment to provide quality service, Braddock Metallurgical is proud to announce that all of our facilities have earned a certification renewal for ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D. After undergoing an extensive evaluation process, Braddock Metallurgical has again demonstrated a commitment to providing an exceptional level of quality heat treating, service and complete conformance to rigorous standards. Click...
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To our valued customers, suppliers, and business partners, as states begin to shut down nonessential businesses, we are letting you know that Braddock Metallurgical has been determined by the authorities to be an essential business. As an industrial supplier servicing the military, medical, energy, and aerospace industries, all of our facilities are open for business and...
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This expansion into a new larger facility has increased our capacity and improved our efficiency, allowing us to provide an exceptional level of heat treating quality and service! The new Atlanta Facility is located at: 1050 Lagrange Blvd SW Atlanta, GA 30336 Please be sure to update your UPS and freight accounts, and send all...
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Steve Braddock, CEO, Braddock Metallurgical, passed away on February 16, 2017 at the age of 69, surrounded by family. He was the son of William Ray and Helen Good Braddock, who preceded him in death. Steve was raised in Martinsville, NJ and served as a medic in the United States Navy before joining his father...
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It’s hard to believe that Braddock Metallurgical started with one salt pot furnace. But that’s how it began, when William Braddock Sr. heat treated tooling for local machine shops. http://www.industrialheating.com/articles/92866-braddock-metallurgical
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Braddock Metallurgical in Atlanta, Georgia and Daytona Beach, Florida now offer Braddock Black Nitride. Same great benefits of FNC Plus when applied to low carbon and alloy steels your product will pass 200 hours salt spray per ASTM B-117 and in certain applications you can achieve over 500 hours. •Saves time and cost with the...
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•Remodel front office complete with conference room. •NEC Networked Phone System •Remodel and upgrade of Metallurgical Lab complete with Buehler Automatic Polisher, Leco Mounting Press and Mitutoyo Hardness Testers. •Installed New 36” Wisconsin Temper Furnace Aerospace Certified •New Proceco Stainless Steel Parts Washer, Rinse and Integral Dry •New United Process Control State of the Art...
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