CMT opened its doors at 448 Andrews Avenue on August 9, 1985. As always, we are still available 24/7/365 at 330-747-2639. Thank you for supporting us from the beginning.
CMT takes a moment to thank those who fought for our freedom and continue to do so this Memorial Day weekend and always. And, at CMT, we are here to serve you if you need emergency industrial repair services. Call anytime at 330-747-2639.
Electric motors come in all shapes and sizes. They have many different purposes. Some move air, some supply drinking water some and actually generate electricity. Many of them power large industrial equipment while others power the air conditioner or washing machine and dryer in your home. Simply put, there are very few places in this […]
Today, Dave and Bill retired from CMT. They had a combined total of 39 years working at CMT. We wish them well in their retirement.
Is it a propeller shaft for a cruise ship? Is it a dough mixer for a commercial bakery? Could it be a drive shaft for a steam locomotive? If you guessed any of the above, well…not exactly. This apparatus is actually a rotary arm shaft for a pipe producing mill. The main shaft holds a […]
The rewind of an industrial electric motor can often be an effective cost measure for a customer. When excessive heat causes damage or failure of a motor’s insulation system, there is no need to run out and buy a new motor. Motor rewinding gets the motor back in good working order without the high cost […]
CMT is now hiring for two positions: lifting magnet manager/sales engineer and CNC operator/manual machinist. Check out our job postings on Indeed.com.
Nope, we aren’t that CMT…Country Music Television. We’re pretty sure you don’t want any of us to sing you a song. CMT is your one-stop service center providing electrical, mechanical, machining and field services to industrial and commercial companies throughout the United States and abroad. We’ve done work at steel companies, automotive plants, power plants, […]
Scrap yard magnets are made from coiled wire. When an electric current flows through the wire, a magnetic field is generated. When the current ends, it stops being a magnet. Ancient civilizations learned about magnetism from lodestones, which are naturally magnetized pieces of iron ore. Lodestones were suspended to turn and became the first magnetic […]
City Machine Technologies, Inc. has been in operation since 1985 providing a variety of services to heavy industries throughout the United States and abroad. The electrical, mechanical, machining and lifting magnet capabilities of four highly specialized divisions combine to make us the single source solution for industrial repairs. CMT is looking for talented and motivated […]