American Refractory Meets Your Refractory NeedsResearched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--American Refractory Company (ARC) is a refractory company with experience in a wide range of process industries. Elmo Johnson, the president of ARC, has been in the refractory business his entire life and has more than 40 years of experience in the industry, with a track record from Asia to South America and across the U.S.
ARC began operating in the coal industry and maintains a specific area of expertise in coal-fired power plants, working with several major power plants in the Mid-Atlantic and central part of the U.S., but the company also works in all other industries, including chemicals, steel manufacturing, pulp & paper, petroleum, cement and more.
The installation of the proper lining materials in any heat process can significantly reduce maintenance downtime, in turn increasing production and profits. ARC's experienced staff complete projects right the first time--on time and on budget. In addition, ARC's operators have years of experience performing robotic demolition work, which saves valuable time on large projects, allowing for the safe removal of large amounts of refractory in a shorter period of time compared with manual removal.
Join Elmo Johnson, the president of American Refractory Company, along with the host of "Industry Today," to learn how ARC can meet all of your refractory needs. ARC's headquarters are in West Virginia, and the company has a sales office in Cleveland, Ohio. For information, visit the company's website at www.arcwv.com or by telephone at (304) 877-6730.
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