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For over 30 years, Auburn Manufacturing has been known as the industry innovator in high temperature textiles. This month, four AMI high performance textiles are featured in the Specialty Fabrics Review under three separate specialty categories: Sustainability: AMI Ever Green® Cut ‘ n Wrap™ Insulation Kits Flame Resistance: AMI Fire Qu… Read more »
Auburn Manufacturing (AMI), the industry’s leading expert in the manufacture of high performance textiles for extreme temperature protection, is pleased to announce that Matt Dela ney recently joined the Business Development team. Matt will focus his efforts on building AMI’s customer base throughout New England with its Ever Green® modular insulat… Read more »
Bowdoin College is celebrating another step forward in its ongoing plan to become carbon neutral by 2020 with a recently completed, $100,000+ insulation retrofit project on 12 of the College’s mechanical rooms — the pipe-filled basement areas of campus buildings through which steam is pumped to provide heat. “This project is a win-win for the… Read more »
Garrett VanAtta, vice president of innovation engineering at AMI was recently interviewed on the value and mutual benefits of working with interns who qualify for The Innovate for Maine Fellows program — a University of Maine sponsored program that connects college students with Maine companies and business leaders. See his short interview. An… Read more »
Insulating the hard-to-insulate heating components, like valves, fittings, and flanges, in various mechanical rooms on campus was one of a series of strategic energy-saving projects over the last three years to save energy, save dollars, improve efficiency and sustainability, and enhance comfort. Bates contacted a local company, Auburn Manufacturing,… Read more »
AMI’s PPE Textile At-A-Glance tables showcase our full line of safety-related textiles as well as our extensive line of aluminized fabrics. Download PDF… Read more »
Use as an FM Approved Curtain, Blanket or Pad Auburn Manufacturing Inc. (AMI), the leading industry producer of extreme temperature textiles and FM Approved welding curtains, blankets and pads, has added Fire Quilt™ to its AMI-GUARD® line of hot work protection products. This first-ever modular hot work pad can be used as an FM Approved… Read more »
AMI’s CEO, Kathie Leonard was recently interviewed by the Lewiston, Maine Sun Journal staff writer Kathryn Skelton in a piece titled: Six Questions for the CEO. Kathie Leonard co-founded Auburn Manufacturing in 1979. Now president and CEO, she oversees 50 employees, five major product lines and, last January, sat in the gallery as U.S. Sen. Ang… Read more »
“Insulating valves and fittings is an easy way to reduce green house gas emissions and proactively respond to President Obama’s order to reduce green house gas emissions by nearly half over the next 10 years,” says Kathie Leonard, President and CEO of Auburn Manufacturing Inc. “If the federal government is serious about cutti… Read more »
A recent article titled “Fakes, Frauds, and Phonies in the Marketplace” addresses counterfeiting and other unauthorized uses of the FM Approvals’ certification mark that can cause considerable harm to our customers and the public at large. This article published by our third-party certifier, FM Approvals, makes that clear. If you are in … Read more »
Mechanic Falls, ME – When President Obama delivered his 2015 State of the Union Address in Washington D.C. one of the people seated in the gallery of the House Chamber was Kathie Leonard, President and CEO of Auburn Manufacturing (AMI). She attended the January 20th address at the invitation of U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine), a… Read more »
Company is the First in Third-Party Performance Testing for Fire Safety During Welding 2014 marks 10 years that Auburn Manufacturing, Inc has manufactured FM Approved hot work fabrics. AMI was the first to offer Approved (third-party certified) hot work fabrics in 2004, and today continues to lead the industry with over 21 products that are… Read more »
Real-World Results The University of Maine in Orono is among the nation’s most environmentally responsible institutions according to the Princeton Review, one of the nation’s top education service and evaluation companies. It recently listed the university on its Green Honor Roll with a rating of 99 (the highest score). Michael Swartz, Energy and Ut… Read more »
In response to rising US Government and private industry requirements for proof that its textile products are made in America, Auburn Manufacturing Inc. has created its own “Country of Origin” certificate, which will be automatically issued with each price quotation as a service to its customers. The AMI certificate attests that the products are mad… Read more »
Auburn Manufacturing Inc., a leading developer, manufacturer, and marketer of textile products for extreme temperature industrial applications, recently celebrated the grand opening of the previously announced $1.4 million expansion at its Kitty Hawk manufacturing facility in Auburn, Maine. The 22,500 sq. ft. expansion nearly doubles the size of the fa… Read more »
AMI was just recognized for their innovation and product development in Specialty Fabrics Review.
Auburn Manufacturing Inc. in Mechanic Falls, Maine, makes high-performance coated textiles and composite fabrics for extreme temperature applications and insulation markets.
Owner and CEO Kathy Leonard says new requirements for these products are rai… Read more »
The use of Listed and/or FM Approved (third-party certified) welding blankets, pads and curtains is now a requirement throughout the State of California, according to a recent report from FM Approvals. The report appeared in the 2011 edition of Approved Product News and specifically states, “the State of California updated its fire prevention and su… Read more »
The much anticipated 2009 edition of NFPA 51B Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting and Other Hot Work Standard has just been released. Widely recognized as the most comprehensive hot work Standard, NFPA 51B Technical Committee updates the standard every five years. … Read more »