The following are pictures of a North filter that has just been completed at Doty and Miller for one of our priced customers. It is made of 304L stainless steel with three layers of wire mesh. This piece of equipment is used to filter water coming into the pulp and paper facility. The water travels through the inside of […]
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Two hastelloy tanks have just been completed and shipped. The following photos are a bit of a progression of the transformation of bits metal to amazing “made to order” hastelloy tanks. From the waterjet cutting, forming, fabrication and hydro testing at Miller and the machining completed at Doty Machine Works. Two Hastelloy tanks delivered to another […]
The following pictures are indicative of the “get the job done” attitude that Miller Fabrication, Miller Waterjet, Doty Machine and Miller Field Crew can complete. We were given a short turn-around time to complete the fabrication and installation of this piece of equipment to get our friends in a pulp and paper facility up and […]
Miller Mechanical’s waterjet is running at 80k psi. With that, it takes over 3 minutes to pierce this 4″ thick SA516-70 carbon steel. This is the beginning of a new die set for Miller’s section bending machine. After Miller cuts the blanks they’re off to Doty Machine to be finished. If all goes as planned, Miller Mechanical will be rolling […]
A longtime customer came in with an idea to design and manufacture something to simplify the process of dredging and dewatering The team at Doty and Miller were able to propose and develop this adaptor plate and linkage. It is made from carbon steel. The craftsmen at Miller and Doty involved our design/drawing team with […]
Pictured is a steaming vessel formed, waterjet cut, machined and fabricated with 2205 Duplex Steel by our talented craftsmen from Miller Mechanical and Doty Machine Works. This vessel is 29 feet long with an I.D. of 7 feet. It includes the teamwork of all sectors of the Miller – Doty family. It will then be installed in a pulp and […]
Cutting a few thousand holes for what will become a giant strainer. Made from 1/2″ thick 2205. After waterjet cutting, the two halves will be formed into cone halves, and welded together in our fabrication shop.