InsulTech Covid-19 Update

InsulTech was recently notified that a small number of employees at our Yuma, AZ plant have tested positive for Covid 19. These employees are now on quarantine at home and their health status is being monitored.

InsulTech’s Yuma plant manufactures essential products for a multitude of industries identified by the US Dept of Homeland Security as Essential Critical Infrastructure. Some of the industries we are proud to serve include:

  • The US Defense Industrial Base
  •  Engine and Turbine Manufacturing
  • Power Generation Equipment Manufacturing
  • Vehicles, Locomotives and Commercial Ships Manufacturing
  • Aerospace Products and Parts Manufacturing

InsulTech will continue to operate as an essential manufacturer following the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines including, physical distancing, respiratory etiquette, facial protection, and continuous cleaning of areas and surfaces in and around the facility.

InsulTech strongly urges all employees to not attend social gatherings and to use social distancing, safe practices and common sense while visiting public places outside of the workplace.

InsulTech has taken the following additional steps to safeguard the health of our employees:

  • Daily no contact temperature scans prior to entry into the facility.
  • Daily communication meetings to provide employees with the latest information from Yuma County Health Department and CDC.
  • All employees are required to wear masks at all times at the facility.
  • When supply of masks became a challenge, InsulTech manufactured reusable face coverings for all employees.
  • Staggered breaks & lunches were implemented in March to increase social distancing.
  • InsulTech has offered a full complement of PPE to all employees as part of normal operations for many years. This includes disposable gloves, disposable masks, disposable lab coats and coveralls, and safety glasses. This practice has continued throughout the Covid 19 pandemic.
  • InsulTech has trained workers on how to properly put on, use/wear, take-off, and maintain protective clothing and equipment.
  • Since March, InsulTech has provided disinfectants and disposable towels workers can use to clean work surfaces throughout the work day.
  • InsulTech Yuma’s facilities were be cleaned by a professional service using a CDC recommended protocol to apply EPA registered List N virucides to all surfaces (click for certificate).
  • InsulTech encourages workers to report any safety and health concerns to their direct supervisor. Workers stay at home if they are sick.
  • Since March, all InsulTech Yuma employees over the age of 65 have been working from home.

InsulTech is proud to be a Yuma-based manufacturer. We care about the health, welfare and prosperity of our employees and the Yuma community as a whole. We will continue to following the guidance and recommendations of local, state and federal agencies, including the CDC and other health organizations.

InsulTech Wins Award for Excellence in Innovation

On October 3, the Arizona Manufacturers Council (AMC) honored InsulTech with the Excellence in Innovation award as part of the 2019 Arizona Manufacturing Summit. The event featured featured keynote speakers and concluded with an awards ceremony honoring standout leaders in manufacturing.

The event was held at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, in Phoenix and was attended by leaders in Arizona business and government, including executives from Raytheon, Nikola Manufacturing, Arizona state and city officials and representatives of the US Dept of Commerce.

Insultech is proud to be part of the Arizona business community and we are especially honored to be the first company from Yuma to be recognized in this way.

Insultech has been operating in Yuma for over 10 years. Over the past 5 years, InsulTech has invested heavily in expanding its Yuma operations and currently employs nearly 150 people in the region. Currently under construction is a second plant that will double capacity.

Insultech named 2019 Arizona Manufacturer of the Year Finalist

The Arizona Manufacturers Council selected Insultech as a Finalist for Manufacturer of the Year in the Excellence in Innovation category.

This marks a key milestone in Insultech’s continued investment and expansion of its Yuma, Arizona plant.  Since making the decision to expand operations in Yuma, Insultech has benefitted from strong support from the Arizona Commerce Authority, as well as numerous other state, regional and local organizations.

Insultech is the first company from Yuma to ever be nominated for this award. We are proud to be a part of the Yuma, Arizona community and we look forward to continued growth and success in the region.

The Manufacturer of the Year winners will be announced at the annual Arizona Manufacturing Summit held in Phoenix, Arizona on October 3rd 2019 at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel. For more information, or to register for the event, click here.

Insultech Expands Foil Insulation Fabrication Capacity in Yuma Plant

In response to growing market demand, Insultech has continued to invest in expanding production capacity in its metal foil encapsulated insulation product lines. This initiative includes new corrugation machinery, state of the art cutting machinery, presses and welding equipment.

The Yuma site offers a favorable business cost environment, and excellent labor pool, and a supportive community. We are actively recruiting experienced fabrication and assembly personnel to support this growth initiative.

Insultech is “Open For Business” in Yuma

Insultech was invited by the office of Yuma’s mayor, Douglas Nichols to attend its Open for Business event.

Since making the decision to expand operations in Yuma and make that plant a primary manufacturing location, Insultech has enjoyed a tremendous level of support from the Yuma community and numerous local, regional and state level organizations. Insultech currently has over 100 employees in Yuma and is continuing to invest and grow in the region due to its business friendliness. Throughout our development and expansion process, Yuma city officials have shown a willingness to collaborate to achieve the most favorable outcome for all. Additionally, the cost of doing business and labor pool has been favorable when compared with other areas.

We are proud to be a part of the Yuma community and look forward to continued growth and success.