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copper busbars and copper fabrications

How does Monti Inc. form and fabricate copper?

Here are seven ways to make copper busbars and copper fabrications.

1. Copper fabrication using forming and or bending is performed after the part has been cut to length, punched or milled. Copper forming and bending requires special forming tools and fixtures.

2. Copper stamping, coil processing and die cutting is performed using high speed production presses capable of forming .062” to .375” copper bar stock or coil.

3. Copper cold cutting, shearing or sawing is performed using cold saws to create prototypes and for high or low volume production runs.

G10 Material Electrical Insulation Fabrication

Why is G10 Material good for electrical insulation?

It's tough as nails and will last a lot longer!

G10 is a fiberglass sheet laminate, a kind of composite material created by stacking multiple layers of glass cloth, soaked in epoxy resin, and then compressing the resulting material under heat until cured. It is made in flat sheets, channels and angles. G10 is very similar to carbon fiber and other high tech fiber epoxy laminates, because they are all resin-based laminates. G-10 is the toughest glass fiber resin laminate and therefore the most commonly used. It is sometimes known as Garolite or Glastic insulator.

Custom Metal Fabrication Shop Receives Safety Award

Monti Inc. receives FFVA safety award for 6S Lean System and commitment to a drug free custom metal fabrication shop

On May 7th, 2018, Monti Incorporated’s Greenwood, SC facility was presented as a Commitment to Safety Award Winner for their achievements in workplace safety for 2017.

From left are Nick LaVigne (Monti Inc — Plant Manager), Lisa Steadman (Monti Inc — Safety Officer), David Kohl (FFVA — Senior Safety Consultant), & Jose Ramos (FFVA — Vice-president, Safety & Loss Control).

The award was presented by FFVA Mutual. FFVA has over 4,000 clients in a 10 state area and gives out only 10-13 of the awards annually. Monti’s fully implemented...

Monti is expanding their manufacturing operations in Greenwood County including copper busbar fabrication and G10 & GPO-3 fabrications

Monti, Inc. expanding Greenwood County copper busbar, G10, GPO-3 and sheet metal fabrication manufacturing operations

Electrical industry supplier investing $2.7 million in facility expansion

COLUMBIA, S.C. Monti, Inc., a leading industrial manufacturer, fabricator and specialized processor of electrical distribution components such as copper busbar fabrications, G10 fabrications, GPO-3 fabrications and sheet metal fabrications, today announced plans to expand its existing Greenwood County operations. The company’s $2.7 million investment is projected to create 19 new jobs.

With more than 40 years of experience serving electrical distribution original equipment manufacturers and service providers, Monti produces a wide range of electrical industry components, including insulators, conductors and steel parts. In addition to its Greenwood County presence, the company is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio and has manufacturing facilities in Sumter, S.C. and Riverview, Mich.

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Expanding manufacturing operations in Greenwood County

Monti Inc. investing $500,000, expanding operations in Greenwood County

Monti Inc., an industrial manufacturer in Greenwood County, will expand its operations with a more than $500,000 investment, the company announced today through a news release from Gov. Nikki Haley's office and the state Department of Commerce.

Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Monti specializes in manufacturing and fabricating copper and aluminum conductors, insulators and steel components.

"We're just delighted they have confidence in the Greenwood economy and the Greenwood community to make this expansion to their existing operations here," Greenwood County Council Chairman Steve Brown said. "We pledge to continue to work with them to make them as successful in the future as they have been in the past."

Monti is investing in new equipment for their local facility off Airport Industrial Park Road in order to meet increased customer demand. Before today's announcement, the project was known as "Project Laser."

While the investment will...