Newfane, NY (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
The "A" Clamp, an effective solution to sealing sewage lines to prevent groundwater from entering sanitary sewer systems, is proudly designed and built in the USA by LNR Industries. Towns and municipalities throughout the Northeast have already seen the benefit to this product and have started to rewrite the codes specifying the "A" Clamp for new installations. This will lead to much greater demand, and in order to meet that demand, LNR Industries will continue hiring local residents.
The LNR team comes from all walks of life and all parts of the community, making them a true American company with deep roots in the region. With the success of the "A" Clamp, demand can only increase as more and more towns realize the ways it can save the taxpayers from spending unnecessary money treating clean groundwater with sewage. By providing a much more secure seal, leaky sewage pipes leading to treatment plants are made more efficient and secure, a benefit that is sure to interest cities around the nation. LNR Industries is ready to handle that expansion and is always looking for talent in the local areas to add to their team.
By keeping manufacturing operations in the USA, customers can be sure that every "A" Clamp they purchase will be quality built and made with pride. That pride carries over to the way LNR Industries deals with their local communities. Their goal is to be a valuable member of the community, a bastion of enterprise and a great American success story. They are proud of the proven track record of the "A" Clamp, and they look forward to many more successes in the future.
About the company:
LNR Industries, a family run business, which operates out of Newfane, New York, has researched and developed a product that will eliminate influent infiltration due to leaking vent and riser pipes. The product is a mechanical device, which will couple the sewer vent or riser pipe disallowing the seal to be broken. LNR Industries obtained the patent to the "A" Clamp in 1995. Visit their website at http://www.aclamp.com.