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Electromet Supports U.S. Navy Electro-Magnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) Program

January 8th, 2012|Tags: , , , , |

EMALS is the Navy’s launch choice for Ford-class aircraft carriers, replacing steam catapults used on current and prior generations of aircraft carriers. EMALS lowers overall operating costs and reduces maintenance over current steam catapults, and provides less “wear and tear” on carrier-based aircraft.


Electromet Supports U.S. Navy HF-DAG (High Frequency – Distribution Amplifier Group) Replacement Program

November 26th, 2011|Tags: , , , , , |

The HF-DAG Replacement Program, under the direction of Space and Naval Warfare System Center Pacific SSC-P (SPAWAR), is designed as a significant technology upgrade to the existing high frequency communication systems currently installed on U.S. Navy ships. The HF-DAG system is an […]

Electromet Supports Raytheon IDS with Electronic Modular Enclosure (EME) Common Cabinets

November 20th, 2011|Tags: , , , , |

Raytheon has pioneered the way combat systems are deployed through the use of an Electronic Equipment Module (EME). The modules encapsulate equipment in standard shelters designed to withstand the rigors of combat such as shock and vibration. They also incorporate acoustic dampeners […]

Electromet Supports U.S. Navy Integrated Communications and Data Systems (ICADS) Program

September 12th, 2011|Tags: , , , , , , |

The ICADS program, under the direction of Space and Naval Warfare System Center Atlantic SSC-A (SPAWAR), is designed as a modular, deployable extension of the Navy’s existing Digital Modular Radio (DMR) program. The intention is to outfit modular ISO shelters as self-contained, […]

Electromet Awarded Contract to Support Northrop Grumman’s Electronic Sensors and Systems Division (ESSD) for the SPQ-9B Radar Program

July 15th, 2011|Tags: , , , , , , |

The AN/SPQ-9 Surface Surveillance and Tracking Radar, also known as the “Spook-Nine”, was developed by Northrop Grumman Norden Systems, Melville, NY, and is a track-while-scan radar used with the MK-86 and MK 160 Gun Fire Control Systems (GFCS) on surface combatants. […]

Congressman Mark Critz Officially Opens New Electromet (EMCorp) Facility in Johnstown, PA

January 15th, 2011|Tags: , |

Electromet welcomes Congressman Mark Critz, for the ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open our new Electromet facility in Johnstown, PA.

Above, from left:
Bob Heffelfinger, Richland Township Supervisor; Terry Wood, Technical Director; Pam Shatzer, Production Manager; Paul Assia, Johnstown Machine Shop Manager; Vladimir Brajovic, Quality Manager; David McCain, Electromet President; Congressman Mark Critz.


Electromet Process Engineer Recognized as Lean Leader of the Year 2010

December 10th, 2010|Tags: , |

logo-mwccElectromet has institutionalized continuous process improvement and lean manufacturing and this has been instrumental in improving all aspects of our manufacturing processes.  In December 2010, the Maryland World Class Consortia (MWCC) recognized Electromet’s own Dick Ebaugh as the Maryland Lean Leader of […]

Electromet Selected by Lockheed Martin to Build the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Enclosures

September 8th, 2010|Tags: , , , , |

Lockheed MartinSEWIP will replace the U.S. Navy’s current electronic countermeasures system (AN/SLQ-32).  The “Slick 32” provides warning of incoming attacks and is integrated with other ship defenses to trigger the launch of chaff or other decoys.  Designed and built in the 1970’s, […]

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