Duperon Employees Receive Welding Certification

Duperon Corporation employees Josh Cannon and Chuck Neeley completed training through the Merrill Institute to receive G-1-G4 Certification in accordance with American Welding Society standards. The training instructed students on the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) pulse process on stainless steel base material in both horizontal and overhead positions.
Cannon, a resident of Saginaw, joined Duperon Corporation in 2016. Neeley, a resident of Flushing, has been employed by Duperon Corporation since 2014. While relatively new to the assembly team, both have been highly motivated to make a difference and add to their skills. "They each practiced diligently," said Steve Billmeier, Assembly Manager. "They spent more than 50 hours in preparation for the certification exam, and it proved very beneficial for them. The opportunity was there, and they made it happen."
"We're proud to have a team that continually seeks to build expertise and versatility in skill," said Mark Turpin, President of Duperon Corporation. The continued development of each employee is a shared value at Duperon, a company that prides itself on fostering and unleashing human potential and creativity.
Duperon is the leader in innovative preliminary liquids/solids separation systems. For more than 30 years, Duperon has provided simple solutions for coarse screening, fine screening, low flow screening, perforated screening, washing compacting, and conveying. Duperon technologies are designed and manufactured in Saginaw, Michigan.