Since 1943 the Alloy Engineering Company has been an innovative leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality alloy equipment for high-temperature and corrosive industrial applications in installations around the world.
Our reputation is built on a foundation of engineering, fabrication and high-temperature materials expertise in a variety of applications and industries.
Over the years we have assumed responsibility for the management of entire complex fabricated alloy systems. Our capabilities are the result of working with customers throughout the world – wherever high-temperature, corrosion-resistant fabrications are needed.
We believe customer satisfaction defines quality. As a full partner with customers in a quest to enhance their long-term success, our products and support capabilities are designed to achieve the lowest possible cost of fabrications maintenance and operations.
We share our application know-how with customers and provide responsive, technical and logistical support of our products throughout their operational life.
our history1943 -
Alloy Engineering founded by Paul A. Menough.1947 -
Operations move from Mr. Menough’s home to a plant in Berea, Ohio.1957 -
Plant built at present location on Thacker St., Berea, Ohio.1960-
Alloy Engineering expands from serving steel fabricators to the steel industry itself.1974 -
Employee Stock Ownership/Option Plan (ESOP) established.1982 -
Hi-Flow steel annealing system introduced.1990 -
Employee participatory management strategy implemented with establishment of workforce-team structure.1993 -
Supplier excellence award from The Timken Co.2000 -
High-temperature fan business acquired and integrated into family of Alloy Engineered products.2002 -
Acquisition of TEI-Rolock and Walmil fabrication businesses.2009 -
Alloy Engineering is one of 27 companies in the state of Ohio to receive an award for excellence in Exporting from the Governor2010 -
Inbound marketing approach via eBlasting and social media initiated2012 -
Alloy purchases property next door to main building for use as a Clean Room Facility2013 -
Rebranding company and releasing newly redesigned website.
Alloy Engineering Company carries a Certificate of Authorization to build to ASME Section VIII, Division 1 specifications for Unfired Pressure Vessels.
We develop Qualified Procedures for our fabrications that adhere to industry standards set forth by the American Welding Society and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. These standards ensure that a certain combination of base material, filler metal and gas, when subjected to heat and specific pre-and post-fabrication processes, will develop a sound weld that meets a target level of strength and ductility.
Our welders are certified by the American Welding Society and are experienced in welding a wide range of alloys and exotic materials.
- Mr. Petonovich started at Alloy Engineering as a superintendent with a welding.Read More
- Jeff Hood joined the Alloy Engineering Team in October of 2009 as.Read More
- Mr. Dan Logan started with the Alloy Engineering Company in April of.Read More
- Don Halferty has a bachelor of science in Industrial Engineering from Iowa.Read More