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Time for a Change with Montalvo

Time for a Change with Montalvo

In 1970, Edwin J. Montalvo quit his job as a manufacturers’ representative to become a manufacturer.  With his industry knowledge, he was able to modernize tension control by using air-cooled, dual disc, multiple range brakes and clutches.  His innovation and leadership established the high standards Montalvo Corporation operates by today.  The company is now run by Ed Montalvo and Midge Denham (Montalvo) who are second-generation family members.

Grosel Industrial Sales is proud to be the exclusive representative for the Montalvo Corporation in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.  In these territories, we are ready to solve your tension control needs and provide the best support in the business.  We decided it was time for a change in our tension control line and joining the leader just makes sense.

Grosel Industries Sales and Montalvo both share a humble beginning and long history of providing intelligent solutions to our customers.  For over 40 years, Grosel Industrial Sales has marketed and supported tension control systems.  We have technical expertise to help solve the most demanding applications and find the exact fit for each application.  We both pride ourselves on serving the customers’ needs by understanding the industry, having the products and application support to satisfy it, and being candid with our customers.

Montalvo provides services across many industries like converting, corrugating, packaging, nonwovens, narrow web/label, and wire/cable.  Their product offering includes load cells, tension controls, amplifiers, tension sensing rollers, brakes, clutches, tension indicators, sensors, safety chucks, and core chucks.  They have excellent products manufactured right here in the USA!

We are excited to offer an excellent tension control choice.  From application expertise to technical support, the combination of Grosel and Montalvo is unmatched.

Tags: Grosel Industrial Sales, Montalvo Corporation, Edwin Montalvo, Tension Controls, Unwind Brakes, Pneumatic Brakes, Tension Sensors, Load Cells

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