1. Amada CNC Laser
  2. HEPA Unit Test Booth
  3. Robotic Welder
  4. Amada Fiber Laser
  5. Amada Fiber Laser
  6. Press Brakes
  7. Polisher
  8. Oven
Our Amada laser provides high-speed production of precision sheet metal parts, cutting at speeds up to 400 inches per minute.
Our custom-built HEPA Unit Leak Test Booth is equipped with a photometer for thoroughly testing HEPA filter diffusers.
Our best-in-class, high-speed, six-axis robotic welder combines maximum flexibility with superior quality welds.
Our newest addition — an Amada fiber laser — provides the ultimate in speed and precision for cutting up to 5′ x 10′ sheets.
The fiber laser cutting head is precise, repeatable and incredibly fast — with speeds of more than 4,000" per minute.
Our forming area now includes three state-of-the-art Amada CNC press brakes, boosting our production capacity.
A custom-built polisher adjusts to fit each part and assures a perfect finish every time.
Our powder coating oven creates a quality “baked on” finish in a range of colors.
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Since 1924, A-J Manufacturing has specialized in standard and made-to-order
stainless steel air outlets for industrial, commercial and institutional buildings.
Today we are proud to say that A-J is the industry leader in custom and
standard stainless steel air distribution products for those industries
specializing in critical environments

News & Announcements

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL OF US IN THE HVAC INDUSTRY: CONSTRUCTION STARTS UP 30% FROM APRIL TO MAY 2015

Month-to-month gain much higher than the usual April-to-May change of 8.0%.

We recently came across some great news that has positive implications for many of our customers in the HVAC industry. According to a report from the CMD Group, construction starts, excluding residential work, soared 30.3% from April to May 2015. This nearly one-third month-to-month gain was much higher than CMD’s usual April-to-May change, due to seasonality, of 8.0%.

We’re hoping statistics like these mean that more work will be on the way for all us as the year progresses. In fact, the report goes on to say that, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment in construction increased by 17,000 in May, on top of April’s surge of 35,000. Year-to-date, jobs in construction are up 112,000. And year over year, they are up 273,000, a strong advance. With a 4.5% year-over-year percentage increase in jobs, construction remains a leader among major industry sub-sectors.

It’s a fascinating, and optimistic, read that we encourage you to take a look at for yourself, with information on construction starts in the industrial, commercial and institutional markets. To read the full CMD report, click here.

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