AID has been involved in the design and manufacturing of high quality vacuum chambers for more than 25 years. Our experience in a wide variety of applications such as space simulation, defense research, vacuum coatings, furnaces, medical device production, semiconductor equipment, and chemical/pharmaceutical production makes us a good source for all your vacuum chamber design requirements.
AID maintains a modern industrial..read more
Our affiliates are ASME U, R and S certified facility. Our design and manufacturing staff has been supporting ASME pressure vessel requirements for more than 30 years. Our modern 56,000 square foot facility in Middleboro, MA., can handle very large vessels, single vessel designs, or production quantities. We are certified in a wide variety of GTAW and GMAW welding processes and can work with stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, and more exotic metals as well.
Our affiliates maintain one of the largest forming and rolling facilities in the US. Our extensive range of equipment is housed within our modern 56,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Middleboro, MA. Our equipment list includes 400 ton and 150 ton press brakes, 6/8/10/12 foot plate rolls, 6/10/12 foot shears, angle and pipe rolls, punch presses, bar/beam/tee rolls, and flame cutting, beveling, notching capability as well.
Our affiliates have one of the largest and most complete fabrication facilities in the US. Our modern 56,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in in the USA has an extensive array of forming/rolling and fabrication equipment. We have 6 high bays with a minimum of 10 ton lift capability in each bay.
AlJoud can support your unique design and high volume requirements as well.
In conformity with the will to reduce ODS emissions and the necessity to protect biodiversity and public health by effective quarantine measures, our company has developed a modular system, RAZEM, allowing recovering and eventually recycling of methyl bromide used in gas tight volumes as prepared sea going containers.
- Reduce to a maximum the emissions of methyl bromide, before, during and..read more