Industrial Heater Corp
We previously had Tom McGwire, Vice President of Business Development from Industrial Heater Corp, join us on the Made in America podcast. He talked about the 4th generational story of the company which started in 1921. He also covered the strategy behind their acquisitions, the launch into Kaizen and continuous improvement, and how they are managing the transfer of knowledge from each generation!
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McGwire also discusses the Cheshire firm's pivot to producing face mask nose clips, the challenges he’s overcome as a young business leader, and why he chose as a career.
Manufacturer of Custom Heating Elements since 1921
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Meet the Manufacturers (Industrial Heater) In this episode, we speak to Industrial Heater's owner and CEO, Tom McGwire, and Mechanical Drafter, Nikki Coleman. Industrial Heater is in its 102nd year of business after it was started in 1921 by his grandfather. In 1954 his grandfather patented the very first ceramic band heater. These heaters w...
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Celebrating our 100th Anniversary!
Check out our story that started back in 1921.
Cheshire's Industrial Heater Celebrates 100 Years From its inception in bustling downtown Manhattan, to a quaint Cheshire building, Industrial Heater has manufactured products for 100 years.
See our presentation during the conference last week! starting at minute 32- Thank you to Eversource CT and Connstep, Inc. for their amazing help in improving our manufacturing efficiency and reducing energy cost! The savings helped us to support the COVID Relief effort by producing 50,000 nose clips used in N95 Masks.
“New Year, New Logo! We are excited to kick off our 100th year anniversary with a new brand image. The inner orange color represents our recognizable mica band heater while the light blue represents our custom sheet metal products. The two come together to form a cross hair that signifies our core value of precision, and the concentricity of the logo signifies our values of consistency and team work.”
Design Credit Charlie McGwire: mcgwiredesigns.com
The Big Green Truck was here serving pizza, salad, gelato, and cappuccinos for all employees. It was a blast all together having fun and playing games celebrating The Employee Appreciation Day!
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CBIA BizCast: Industrial Heater's Resiliency, Agility After 100 Years Industrial Heater vice president of business development Tom McGwire talks about the company's resiliency and agility as it nears its 100th anniversary.
We were proud to receive U.S. Senator Chris Murphy at our facility yesterday to see noseclips being made for N95 masks.
Thank you to WTNH and Fox61 for posting this story. We were happy to contribute to this important effort and a huge shout out to Hillery Co. in Groton for organizing this effort!
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Industrial Heater Corp. in Cheshire manufactures 50,000 nose clips for masks during pandemic A manufacturing company in Cheshire has stepped up to the plate to help provide 50,000 frontline workers with PPE over the past few months.
Come visit the A-Team at 2018 in Orlando! Booth W4763 making it hot
IHCo Preheating Oven used by our wire and cable customers to cure and set jackets
CNC Thin Turret Punch Press working Overtime!
to our first ever building on Canal St in Manhattan. It's been 97 years since we started making heaters for the textile industry at the time
Check out the Stuff Made in CT page- we were featured in their first publication this past year as part of the Hartford Business Journal. A lot of great manufacturers in our state!
Stuff Made in CT From jet engines to chocolate to hand-crafted jeans, Connecticut makes cool stuff in cool ways.
We love the annual Christmas HoneyBaked Ham Distribution! Happy Holidays from the IHCo family to yours!
Thank you State Senator Joe Markley for coming by today to see and learn about what we do here. Very productive meeting about the future of our business and the state of Connecticut!
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30 Knotter Drive