More than just a new truck smell!

As we roll out our new fleet of construction equipment across our operating regions, that grin on our crew members’ faces is not from the new car smell in their truck – it’s that feeling of rolling up to the job site with state-of-the-art new construction equipment that looks great and performs even better. We’ve invested heavily in improving our construction fleet and listening to our crews and our customers.

New Drilling Rigs

Our new drilling rigs are bigger and faster and incorporate the latest technologies to assure that we have the right equipment for the job. Outfitted for both air and rotary mud drilling operations, these rigs are ready to rumble. The impact for our crews and customers includes:

  • A safer work environment
  • Reduced installation time
  • Eliminating unnecessary downtime

With our new rigs on the job, our customers won’t have to sit around and wait as an idle rig is being repaired or waiting on parts to proceed with the installation.

New Water Trucks

Our new fleet of water trucks were specifically designed by MATCOR for deep anode installation projects. These new trucks enable us to reduce our crew footprint and consolidate our vehicle count by combining our water truck, coke pump and material truck into a single multi-purpose vehicle. Reduced vehicle traffic greatly lowers impact on the customer site and access roads. It also reduces our environmental emissions impact while eliminating one additional driver/crew member. Innovative equipment design makes us safer and more competitive.

Mud Cleaning and Handling System

Portable pits are the pits – MATCOR is moving towards a new state of the art mud cleaning and handling system that eliminates the need for earthen pit or portable pits. Our new MudPuppy® solids control system efficiently removes drilling cuttings while conditioning and cleaning our circulating mud to improve drilling effectiveness. It also provides the added benefit of reducing wear and tear on the drill pump and drilling equipment. For our customers, this means a much cleaner, fully-contained drill site with significantly reduced solids disposal requirements. MATCOR is an early adopter of this technology in the cathodic protection industry.

We are investing heavily in the best equipment because we understand that a well equipped crew is the first step in a well-executed, safer and cost-effective installation.

To get in touch with our team of cathodic protection experts for more information, to ask a question or get a quote for cathodic protection or AC mitigation related construction services, please click below. We will respond by phone or email within 24 hours. For immediate assistance, please call +1-215-348-2974.

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Manufacturing Quality: What Does It Mean To Be Exceptional?

Manufacturing Quality for Anode SystemsAt MATCOR, we pride ourselves on being a world class manufacturer of unique cathodic protection systems and AC mitigation systems. Our anode systems offer you longer life, lower total installed cost, and are safer and easier to install than many conventional anode solutions. We have earned a reputation for exceptional manufacturing quality—but all companies say their products are world class and have exceptional quality, right? What makes MATCOR different? What does it mean to be exceptional?

At our state of the art Chalfont, Pennsylvania manufacturing facility we have developed a culture of quality. That is not to imply that we are perfect or that we don’t occasionally make a mistake; we are not perfect. However, we HAVE embraced, through our ISO Certified Quality Management System, a systematic approach towards excellence. So, while everyone aspires to do a quality job, our manufacturing team’s quality culture is based on perspiration—we work relentlessly to do a quality job for YOU by embracing the key tenets of quality.

Through our Manufacturing Quality Management System, we:

  • Document procedures for what we do
  • Train our team on the proper processes
  • Hold ourselves and our suppliers to high quality standards
  • Self-audit to ensure we are doing what we say we will do
  • Measure our performance daily through KPIs (key performance indicators)
  • Strive to continuously improve
  • Collect and act on YOUR feedback, comments and complaints

We’d love to hear from you about our manufacturing quality, please comment or contact us at the link below.

To get in touch with our team of cathodic protection experts for more information, to ask a question or get a quote, please click below. We will respond by phone or email within 24 hours. For immediate assistance, please call +1-215-348-2974.

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Dan Vallot Joins MATCOR as Account Manager

Dan Vallot, MATCORMeet Dan Vallot, our newest Account Manager. Dan is based at our Gonzales, Louisiana, office and covers the Gulf Coast states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Georgia. Dan comes to us from Versa Integrity Group where he sold NDT services. Prior to that, he sold specialty mechanical services for Carber. Dan has 3 children, the oldest is attending LSU. In his free time he enjoys being with his family, cooking and gardening. He is also the Director for Industry of Faith Louisiana, a faith-based organization that provides support for oil and gas workers in the state of Louisiana. Please let Dan know how he can assist you to solve your corrosion problems.

Mobile: 225-828-7987
9222 Ashland Road
Gonzales, LA 70737

With the addition of Dan, and our new offices in Casper, WY and Midland, TX, we now have a full house of account managers ready to serve you nationally. SEE THE MATCOR SALES TERRITORY MAP

For general inquiries, please use the contact form linked below.
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