Clemson University Energy Audit at RMF

RMF hosted a group of faculty and students from the Clemson University Industrial Assessment Center in July 2017.  The focus of this audit was to evaluate RMF’s electricity, natural gas, and water usage.  This program offers engineering students the opportunity to study a real-world manufacturing environment and offers potential methods for RMF to be more energy efficient.  The group has identified 7 areas for improvement and is working on financial justification for their ideas, which will be included in their final report.  A special thanks to Justin Litchko and Donnie Walker for their support and excellent technical knowledge during the audit.   Clemson Study R Hall 2017
Photo left to right:  Dr. Jay Devkota, Clemson IAC Assistant Director; Autumn Brown,  student intern, Environmental Engineering; Ben Snelson, student intern, Industrial Engineering; Hadi Karimi, graduate intern,Industrial  Engineering; Matthew Dayton, student intern,  Chemical  Engineering; Elli Mars, student intern, Bio  Engineering; Robbie Hall, RMF Representative; Mike Dale, Professor,  Mechanical Engineering.

Class A Ecoat Process Meeting

RMF team members met with Josh Pope, Program Manager from DCS, Tom Davis, liaison between Dura and BMW, and Michael Sharp, Purchasing and Quality Manager from BMW, as well as others from all three companies.  The purpose of the meeting was to review rack design, process flow, testing criteria and quality expectations for the G01 BMW program.  RMF will be applying its Class A Ecoat to a polished aluminum roof rail for the X series of vehicles for Dura. DCS will be applying a wet paint on top of the Ecoat finish.   2016-bmw-global-rep-visit-to-rmf  

RMF Community Spotlight

RMF Associate, Candy Tollison, takes a minute to say thanks for the opportunity to get her yearly mammogram screening during work hours at host site The Blood Connection. All women over the age of 40 should get an annual screening. Breast Mobile Photo 2017