Equilibar Operations Reduced Today Due to Snow -

Equilibar Operations Reduced Today Due to Snow

  • Snow has Equilibar closed today

We woke to a bit more snow than the weatherman had predicted. As a result few employees were able to make it in to the shop today. There will be no manufacturing or shipping operations today, January 17th, 2018.

The Engineering team is available by telephone if you need application assistance. The engineers are all working remotely from home today. Just call the office number, or better still send an e-mail to info@equilibar.com The balance of the office staff will be out today and unavailable.

The photo is a view of a few of the closer, and smaller, North Carolina mountains and was taken from my office window this morning.

Thank you for your patience.

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