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CNBC Interviews Kathie Leonard.

It has been just over a year since Auburn Manufacturing won its battle against Chinese manufacturers who were dumping heat-resistant industrial textiles into U.S. markets.  CNBC recently interviewed AMI’s s Kathie Leonard as a follow up to that action.  View CNBC Interview.

Since 1979, Kathie Leonard has run Auburn Manufacturing, a small company that makes heat and fire-resistant fabrics for industrial use. Leonard has two facilities in Maine, selling to heavy industry businesses in oil, petroleum, shipbuilding, and even the U.S. Navy.

About four years ago, Leonard began losing sizeable contracts. In fact, she watched about 30 percent of her business in silica fabrics disappear. She began to investigate why, and came to find out a similar product was being imported from China and sold to her competitors for up to 30 percent less than Auburn’s price.  Read More of the CNBC Interview with Kathie Leonard.

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CNBC Interviews Kathie Leonard.

It has been just over a year since Auburn Manufacturing won its battle against Chinese manufacturers who were dumping heat-resistant industrial textiles into U.S. markets.  CNBC recently interviewed AMI’s s Kathie Leonard as a follow up to that action.  View CNBC Interview.

Since 1979, Kathie Leonard has run Auburn Manufacturing, a small company that makes heat and fire-resistant fabrics for industrial use. Leonard has two facilities in Maine, selling to heavy industry businesses in oil, petroleum, shipbuilding, and even the U.S. Navy.

About four years ago, Leonard began losing sizeable contracts. In fact, she watched about 30 percent of her business in silica fabrics disappear. She began to investigate why, and came to find out a similar product was being imported from China and sold to her competitors for up to 30 percent less than Auburn’s price.  Read More of the CNBC Interview with Kathie Leonard.

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Auburn Manufacturing, Inc. (AMI), announces the addition of Ever Green® HS “White” and Ever Green “Reversible”  to their Cut ‘n Wrap™ modular insulation system line.    Ever Green Cut ‘n Wrap is a modular insulation system engineered for quick and easy on-site, custom fabrication of mechanical insulation covers.  These ready-to-use insulation kits are used to cover steam, hot water, and dual temperature distribution pipe, valves, flanges, fittings and other hard wrap components.  Just like AMI’s trademarked Signature Green®  product, each Ever Green HS  White and Reversible Removable insulation kit contains everything you need to quickly and easily fabricate and install removable/reusable insulation covers. Each blanket can typically insulate up to five 3” components.

AMI’s Reversible Ever Green™ Cut ‘n Wrap® allows for instant color-coding of
components for easy identification. These ready-to-use insulation kits are used to
cover steam, hot water, and dual temperature distribution pipe, valves, flanges,
fittings and other hard to wrap components found in building mechanical rooms

Ever Green™ Cut ‘n Wrap® is now available in white with either a black or green
hook and loop attachment system. Each Ever Green Kit has everything needed to
fabricate and install removable/reusable insulation blankets for up to five 3” components.

AMI developed Cut ‘n Wrap in response to the need for an easy-to-use, cost-effective insulation blankets that saves energy and prevents excessive heat situations. “Whether a facility maintenance engineer or an insulation contractor, having the ability to fabricate customized insulation blankets on site benefits everybody – especially the end user,” said Kathie Leonard, President and CEO of AMI.  “Having a color choice adds flexibility in many ways including system and valve identification,” Leonard continued.  “And while it is good to show that you are greening up the environment by insulating, our trademarked Signature Green isn’t for everyone which is why we’ve added the white and reversible product to the line,” she concluded.   Fabrication ease, installation simplicity, in addition to immediate and noticeable savings, is key to the success of the product.  Cut n’ Wrap can reduce heat loss by at least 85%, and data from recent projects has shown a reduction in mechanical room temperatures by as much as 20°F.  The energy savings are immediate and payback is usually less than one year.

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