Transmet Now Supplying South America

Apr 01, 2014 in News & Events

On March 27, 2014 Transmet loaded a full export container headed to a customer in South America. While we export to several countries this was our first export into South America. Projections are this will occur 4 times each year. Shown is the container with some…

Using Too Much Stainless Steel Shot?

Mar 28, 2014 in Application Bulletins

Stainless Steel Shot vs Cast Zinc Shot Is your company using too much stainless steel shot in the shot blasting (abrasive blasting) process? It may be time to switch your blast machines over to Transmet Cast Zinc Shot. Transmet ZA4 Cast Zinc Shot will last…

Cast Aluminum and Cast Zinc Shot Blast Media

Mar 28, 2014 in Application Bulletins

Transmet Corporation is a manufacturer and supplier of Cast Shot: Cast Aluminum Shot and Cast Zinc Shot Key Benefits of Cast Aluminum and Cast Zinc Shot: Does not damage substrates or wear blast equipment Leave smooth, shiny surface finish on parts No ferrous contamination on parts…

Transmet Gets Lean

Mar 07, 2014 in News & Events

Transmet Corporation added a 2 Second Lean program to our Ownership Thinking program. In February all employees participated in training to learn to identify and eliminate waste. The training was lead by Shaox Li an Industrial Engineer. Transmet’s Ownership Thinking program had already started employees…

Transmet Gets Lean with help of OSU Student Intern

Feb 04, 2014 in News & Events

Transmet Corporation is utilizing the skills of Ohio State University intern Yuxi Wu. Yuxi is a senior in Business Administration majoring in Logistics. She is also participating in the Six Sigma Manufacturing Industrial Engineering program. Yuxi will be helping Transmet set up our quality assurance department…

A Unique Aluminum Casting

Jan 08, 2014 in Transmet Blog

Walter Tschinkel is an entomologist and former professor of Biological Science at Florida State University. He has devised an unusual and striking way to study ant colonies. He pours molten aluminum in them. After the aluminum cools the excavation begins and the resulting casting is…