Niles Steel Tank, located southwest of Kalamazoo, today announced it has completed an 85,000-square-foot facility that will expand the company’s capacity to produce custom stainless steel vessels. The enterprise, a subsidiary of Bradford White Corp. in Pennsylvania, manufactures tanks and pressure valves.
The facility, called Alloy Works, produces stainless products for the hydronics, chemical and petrochemical, dairy and food processing, brewing and winery, pharmaceutical, and air products industries.
“The industries we serve are constantly changing, and we have to keep adapting and expanding to meet the changing needs of our customers,” says Jeremy Waller, general manager of Niles Steel Tank.
“They demand top performance, reliability, and durability from our products, and our goal is to exceed their expectations by delivering the highest quality products in the industry. Alloy Works is one way we can help our customers continue to meet the challenges they face in a dynamic and often unpredictable market.”
Niles Steel Tank offers pressure vessels, process tanks, glass-lined water storage tanks, and OEM vessels for commercial and industrial use. Products from the Alloy Works facility are fabricated to the highest standards, including ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Codes and National Board “R” Stamp.
Alloy Works is taking orders for stock and custom products. Niles was founded in 1898.