When the time comes to determine if your industrial roll requires repair or refurbishing, it’s best to talk to an MP&P engineer. They can talk you through temperature control challenges and assist you in evaluating which will work to your advantage and save you time and money. Refurbishing a roll typically provides a 30%-time savings […]Continue reading
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Roll Repair Overview
Essential Factors: Temperature control and stability, These remain key factors of Heat Transfer Roll health. With growing performance materials and adherence to international standards, uniform temperature control is essential. Line speed is directly impacted. Product quality and consistency are affected. When you detect an issue with your heat transfer rolls. The key first step […]Continue reading
Your Business is Important to us: Really?
“Your business is very important to us; a team member will be with you shortly.” That pleasant, recorded voice has now repeated the message for the fourth time and you’ve now been on hold for 7 minutes (maybe longer). Then you have the “Your call is very important to us.” You’ve heard those words more […]Continue reading
The Importance of “If We Do Not.”
Here at MP&P, across every area of our business, we expect leadership, with a team that solves challenges and improves all the services we offer to our roll customers. One of the factors we have learned over decades of service is anchored in the notion: If We Do Not.” If we do not provide superior […]Continue reading
MP&P Industrial Roll Surface Finishing in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
The Conestoga Wagon was first built in Lancaster and used extensively for migrations before the development of the railroad. The first Pennsylvania Rifle was produced by Martin Meylin in the 1700s. Peeps candy, shaped as marshmallow chicks covered with yellow sugar, were invented by the Rodda Candy Company of Lancaster in the 1920s. In 1953, […]Continue reading
MPP Legacy Profile: Dwight Steisel
Dwight Steisel, now a Coasting Specialist, made his career change as he walked out on the floor at MP&P. He had no experience in industrial roll finishing, but he did have a plan.Continue reading
MPP Legacy Profile: Rocco Cellupica
1997 was the year that Rocco started his long career with MP&P. Beginning his work he handled prep and plating on second shift.Continue reading
Matte Roll Surface Finishing. What you should know.
One of the more popular roll finishes is the Matte surface finish. This finish is often applied on heat transfer rolls resulting in a non-gloss appearance.Continue reading
On The Power of Teams
Read to find out about MP&P’s culture of excellence and how team work brings it all together.Continue reading
MP&P Industrial Roll Finishing in Hazleton, Pennsylvania.
Hazleton was incorporated as a city on December 4, 1891. At the time, the population was estimated to be around 14,000 people. Hazleton became the third city in the United States to establish a citywide electric grid in 1891. During the 20th century, the population grew through the “boom period,” from 1885 to 1920. In […]Continue reading