Macy Industries: Creating Safe and Refreshing Working Environments

Macy Industries: Creating Safe and Refreshing Working Environments

Nick Mercier, CEO, Macy IndustriesNick Mercier, CEO
In any professional workspace, several factors determine an employee's state of mind. Aside from the usual suspects like deadlines and unnecessary conflicts at work, there also exist the pertinent issues in a worker's immediate surroundings. For individuals employed at manufacturing factories or offices that paid no heed to install effective heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, the ill-effects of an unclean workspace are diverse. Without proper HVAC facilities, workers have been known to display signs of increased cardiovascular issues, restlessness to stay indoors, and a severe decline in general productivity—none of which are desirable for both the employers and employees. To help organizations avoid such complications, Macy Industries, a versatile industrial engineering company, develops the most comprehensive dust collection and welded ventilation duct solutions for organizations throughout the country. With the help of the company's complete suite of services, organizations can expect to keep their shop floors dust-free and healthy.

Founded in 1975, Macy Industries has spent years in the research and development of various turnkey industrial and manufacturing solutions, involving metal, composite, and sheet fabrication, alongside its HVAC expertise. "We design, develop, and manufacture our dust collection system's components in-house, ensuring that our clients receive the best quality of air filtration products," adds Nick Mercier, CEO of Macy Industries. According to Mercier, while transferring air from one location to another is quite static, the efficiencies of conducting the process—be it makeup air or ductwork systems—have been revolutionized via modern HVAC and sheet metal fabrication technologies. The company's four and a half decade's worth of experience in this industry complements its ability to adopt the latest innovations in filtration and manufacturing to provide customers with next-level HVAC solutions.


We design, develop, and manufacture our dust collection system's components in-house, ensuring that our clients receive the best quality of air filtration products


 
"Typically, when an organization plans on installing a new dust collection or a duct system, they would have to seek third-party consultants and solution providers to manufacture the solution that they would need," expresses Mercier. In addition to the time spent on acquiring the necessary supplies and experiencing significant downtime, the enterprise is required to pay each supplier individually. This entire process has proven to consume an unnecessary amount of company resources. Macy Industries helps its customers avoid such situations by providing them with several opportunities to select an end solution based upon their budget, timeline, and objectives.

To further elucidate on the company's HVAC efficiencies, Mercier shares a case study of their collaboration with Ruger Firearms. Macy Industries designed and installed a dust collection system for the customer's computer numerical control (CNC) machining operation of wooden components. The solution, connected to 45 separate mill centers, included a variable frequency drive (VFD) to manage every cubic foot per minute (CFM) of dust collected. This measurement helped Macy Industries keep an accurate track of the number of wood chips the system cleaned, and also include safety stops to prevent explosions or fire risks, under the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) guidelines.

Moving forward, the company intends to implement a new program, where a team of dedicated, qualified field technicians is onsite and available for customers to clarify any occurring discrepancies while conducting timely maintenance of their HVAC systems. Macy Industries also caters to the food and beverage industry with its highly efficient grease ducts for kitchens, a specialty of the company that helps collect dust for food processing and manufacturing organizations. With such intuitive services at play, Macy Industries truly understands its customers and ensures to continually overhaul its range of offerings consistently and serve them better—with refreshing, cleaner air.

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Macy Industries

Company
Macy Industries

Headquarters
Hooksett, NH

Management
Nick Mercier, CEO

Description
Founded in 1975, Macy Industries has spent years in the research and development of various turnkey industrial and manufacturing solutions, including metal, composite, and sheet fabrication, alongside its HVAC expertise. According to Mercier, while transferring air from one location to another is quite static, the efficiencies of conducting the process—be it makeup air or ductwork systems—have been revolutionized via modern technology. The company's four and a half decade's worth of experience complements its ability to adopt the latest innovations in filtration and manufacturing to provide customers with the next level of HVAC solutions