The growing customer demands in a fast-paced electronics industry requires manufacturers to design and launch products quickly while being prepared to continually improve and rollout product upgrades. Ohmite leverages 92 years of experience and expertise in thermal management for resistive and other technologies to provide solutions that drive the design of electronic devices and enhance performance while reducing costs. “Our components vary in size and are used for a variety of purposes including locomotives, automobiles, aircrafts, elevators, cranes, and missile systems,” states Pace.
While pricing and quality is a concern in the electronics industry, speed is of utmost importance to meet prior commitments. “Ohmite strives to meet deadlines and often delivers ahead of schedule, driven by its experienced team and ability to invest large capital to push product development,” remarks Pace. The company maintains flexibility in handling both large and small requirements of the global marketplace. For instance, the company had a request from a bowling alley in West Virginia for legacy components that had worn out. Although the parts were manufactured during 1945–46, Ohmite was able to provide replacements. Similarly, when another customer required a certain part designed in 1958 for a pump used in oil derricks, Ohmite was able to recreate the designs and successfully duplicate the component from the sample that was sent to them.
Ohmite strives to meet deadlines and often delivers ahead of schedule
“We are constantly challenged to develop smaller, cheaper, and more powerful products,” states Pace. Ohmite strives to meet growing demands by leveraging innovations in resistive technology such as ceramic and composition type resistors. The company continues to expand its range of products, and with its network of authorized distributors and sales representatives, fulfills the requirements of the global marketplace. Through partnerships, acquisitions, and calculated geographic expansion, backed by adequate resources, Ohmite intends to maintain its position as a leader in thermal management for resistive and other technologies.