Spectronics and H&I Manufacturing Combine, Enhance Machine-Shop Capabilities

Spectronics and H&I Manufacturing Combine, Enhance Machine-Shop Capabilities

Spectronic Corp. announces the acquisition of precision machine and job shop, H&I Manufacturing Inc. As a new division of Spectronics, H&I machinery and personnel have been relocated to the parent company’s 100,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Westbury, New York.

In the partnership, the companies hope to combine their strengths and implement new changes toward further development. Spectronics will use H&I’s existing machinery to boost its research and development efforts while purchasing other machinery to streamline the output, quality, and dependability of its existing products. H&I’s machine shop will continue to serve the aerospace, defense, automotive, medical, and electronics industries, further developing its services with Spectronics’ ISO 9001:2008 quality-management certification and AS9100 aerospace certification.

H&I specialize in CNC milling, turning and honing, and sheet-metal fabrication. The company works with titanium, 17-4 PH, 15-5 PH, and 440C stainless steel, and many other ferrous and non-ferrous materials, including plastics. The company also has experience with outside vendors preforming heat treatments, magnetic particle inspection, penetrant inspection, anodization and passivation, and other processes.

 “The integration of H&I with Spectronics will create a more efficient, smooth-running manufacturing process,” says Jon Cooper, President of Spectronics. “That will allow us to expand our ability to deliver the technologically advanced products that our global customer base has come to expect.”

 “I am very excited about this partnership and the opportunity to work with the talented and skilled individuals of Spectronics, and I look forward to our mutual success,” says Kristian Immoor, the former president and owner of H&I. Immoor has since been assigned the advanced-manufacturing foreman of the new division. 

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