Holden Machine & Fabrication specializes in fabrication and re-build services involving “power transmission components”, that include among many other elements: fluid couplings, speed reducers, pulleys, bearings, motors, sprockets, bull gears, bushings, belt & chain drives and other components that are common to all power transmission configurations.
The HM&F Holden, WV., facilities include corporate offices, a warehouse & distribution facility and a fabrication & re-build facility.
Holden Machine & Fabrication and its subsidiaries, maintain multi-million dollar inventories of core products at each of their five distribution centers, which are available for 24/7 delivery. In addition to its standard inventory, HM&F stocks an extremely large volume of high demand bearings in sizes ranging from .05 to 9.5 inches. Further, the company manufactures and stocks large quantities of belt rollers for a range of industrial applications. The company produces custom-built spiral and continuous lag rollers and has a vulcanizing process that can accommodate rollers with up to 48-inch diameters, 25-foot lengths and shafts up to 16 inches.
The fabrication & re-build facility has enormous capacity featuring an assortment of boring mills, lathes that can turn product up to 66 in. X 27 ft., 400 ton presses, 250 ton pullers, gear cutting up to 48 in. diameters, key cutting up to 2.5 in. HM&F also specializes in custom CAD/design, engineering and fabrication services.
HM&F is a reseller, Distributor and Technical Service Center representing the leading Manufacturers in the power transmission field including, but not limited to: U.S. Tsubaki, Martin Sprockets, TB Woods, Carlisle Power Products, Maurey, Renold/Jeffrey , Browning and many others.
For over twenty five years, HMF continues to serve customers in the coal, energy, timber/wood products/paper/pulp, aggregate, steel, chemical, waste and manufacturing industries throughout West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Holden Machine & Fabrication is located in Holden, WV., adjacent to the city of Logan, WV., 45 miles south of Charleston, WV., and 25 miles north of Madison, KY., off of Interstate Route 119.