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NEW: 24volt, DC-DC option for the DCR E-Scan and MPR E-Scan

Electron Machine Corporation is proud to announce the release of the 24volt, DC-DC option for the DCR E-Scan and MPR E-Scan In-line Process Refractometers

Electron Machine Corporation announced June 2, 2020 that the new 24v DC-DC Power Supply has been officially released for use in the DCR E-Scan and MPR E-Scan models. “This is the successful culmination of many hours work and several revisions,” says Jack Wilburn, Operations Manager for Electron Machine, “and provides us the ability to satisfy the needs of many clients who seek a mobile solution for in-line process measurement of Refractive Index.” Reading Milk Fat content, de-icing solutions, and the measurement of sugars on harvesting equipment are just a few of the applications this new power supply address. Static operations that benefit from this advancement are solar operated locations as well as areas that lack high voltage AC service. READ MORE

Electron Machine Approved for ISO 9001:2015

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies whose technical committees prepare and carry out the International Standards.

ISO 9001:2015 approval of a quality management system means an organization demonstrates its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

Electron Machine is very pleased that our processes and quality program have met with the ISO standards and have been approved for ISO 9001:2015.

Electron Machine Makes Big Investment in Umatilla Future
From the original article titled "Electron Machine Makes Big Investment In Umatilla Future" and reprinted with permission from The North Lake Outpost, Vol. 40, No 4.
With one eye cast to preserving its deep roots in Umatilla, and another to an efficient, competitive future, the Electron Machine Corporation recently embarked on a major upgrade of its facility. The firm, with decades of history in Umatilla manufacturing and distributing products that provide process measurement for the pulp and paper industry, the food and beverage industry, and the chemical industry, recently faced a crossroads.

Electron Machine Deemed RoHS Compliant and Earns CE
The Electron Machine Corporation is proud to announce that the MPR E-Scan™ (IS) has been deemed RoHS compliant and has earned the designated CE mark.

“The Electron Machine Corporation engaged F2 Labs for the technical assessment of the subject equipment [MPR E-Scan™] using the European standard, EN 50581:2012 Technical documentation for the assessment of electrical and electronic products with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances, to determine compliance with the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.”

“Based upon review of the provided information, The Electron Machine Corporation can claim compliance to the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU for the subject equipment based upon the supplied documentation.”

This certification applies to each portion of the MPR E-Scan™ (IS), which includes the Console, Cable, Barrier Box, and Sensing Head; along with all components that each of these major subassemblies of the MPR E-Scan™ contain.
Electron Machine Maintains "A" Rating with ISNetworld
ISNetworld is a resource that assists in establishing partnerships between hiring clients and contractors through corporate transparency across management, training, and safety infrastructure. They maintain a world-wide online contractor management database, designed to meet internal and governmental record keeping and compliance requirements. They collect and present health and safety, procurement, quality and regulatory information to their subscriber-ship of hiring clients.

ISNetwork’s goal is to connect hiring clients with safe, reliable and sustainable contractors and suppliers. Their process (for contractors) requires maintaining accurate information, records, and processes concerning insurability, safety, training, hiring, and diversity information. ISNetwork's hiring clients and contractors both benefit through a streamlined, thorough, and consistent qualification process.

Electron Machine Corporation is proud to be an ISNetwork approved contractor in good standing and has has been awarded an “A” in contractor rating for demonstrating high standards of quality and safety. An “A” rating typically means the contractor is listed as “excellent/preferred” and can be hired without restriction.

Electron Machine has been selected as a "2016 Florida Companies to Watch Finalist" by GrowFL
Jul 2016

UMATILLA — Electron Machine has been selected as a "2016 Florida Companies to Watch Finalist" by GrowFL. Winners are to be announced in mid-August and award celebration on November 3, 2016. For further details see 2016 Florida Companies to Watch on GrowFL.com.

Electron Machine and C.A. Vossberg has been named the "Business Partner of the Year" by Lake Technical College.
June 23, 2016

Eustis, FL — Electron Machine and C.A. Vossberg has been named the "Business Partner of the Year" by Lake Technical College. The award was presented at the Lake Technical College graduation ceremony on June 23, 2016. Award accepted on behalf of C.A. Vossberg by his wife and son - Shannon and August Vossberg.

Center for Advanced Manufacturing to enhance economy, improve workforce
Posted: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 7:50 pm By Livi Stanford

EUSTIS — Finding the right worker with the ample skill set needed for his company has been an endeavor for Mike Soos. Soos, who owns Eagle Quality Components, a manufacturing company of precision machine components, said he often has to go out of the state, mainly up north, to find workers.

That will soon change as Lake Technical College received a legislative appropriation of $2.8 million to complete the construction of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing to train workers in manufacturing, machining and welding.

“It is very important,” Soos said. “We can get more skilled people around here, and more manufacturers will come to the area.” C.A. Vossberg, president of Electron Machine Corporation in Umatilla, said many of his workers are approaching retirement.
Lake County highlighting its growing manufacturing-based economy
September 30, 2014 | By Michael W. Freeman, Orlando Sentinel

Senninger Irrigation, a business that has its headquarters in Clermont, has become a leading manufacturer and designer of patented irrigation products, Lake County’s Economic Development and Tourism Department likes to point out.

Another is Electron Machine Corporation, which has been operating in Umatilla since 1946 and created the first in-line process refractometer more than 50 years ago, back when orange juice was first concentrated. Their refractometers are used in the pulp and paper, food, and chemical processing industries. In 2013, they were awarded the Governor’s Export Excellence Award.

Umatilla's Electron Machine Corporation to receive 'Innovators' award from Gov. Rick Scott
January 17, 2014 | By Jerry Fallstrom, Orlando Sentinel

UMATILLA — Since 1952, Electron Machine Corporation has been "kind of hidden here in Umatilla," said C.A. Vossberg, president and general manager.

But on Tuesday, the small company with 20 employees that has operated without fanfare will emerge from the shadows.

Electron Machine will receive the Governor's Export Excellence Award for 2013 from Gov. Rick Scott. The longtime manufacturer will be recognized as part of Governor's Innovators in Business Awards to be presented at the governor's mansion.