Balmac To Close in 2021

40+ year Ohio manufacturer specialized in vibration equipment

Regrettably, this week’s newsletter informs our readers of another shutdown: Balmac Inc., the well-respected Ohio manufacturer, was coming off 40+ years in the industry, but will close in 2021, EA has learned.

A “proud U.S. manufacturer” of reliable, cost-effective vibration measurement instrumentation, Balmac started business in 1976 in a plant located in Hilliard, Ohio and moved to a new, expanded 6,000 square foot facility in Plain City, Ohio in 2005 (pictured).

Balmac, Inc’s facility in Plain City, Ohio.—Balmac photo

Today, Balmac products can still be found around the world in commercial and industrial rotating machinery applications. The company’s experience, and commitment to new product development, has resulted in products that are easy to use, accurate and designed for decades of service.

Steve Crawford, Balmac’s Vice President, said Balmac intends to close by the first quarter of next year.

One Response to “Balmac To Close in 2021”

  1. Doesn’t look like anything was done on the yard. No one saw any workers

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