Eric Winterset, Superintendent of Maintenance at the City of Long Beach, Calif., watches first-hand what the Atomic-Forged process looks like.
 - Photo courtesy of PureForge

Eric Winterset, Superintendent of Maintenance at the City of Long Beach, Calif., watches first-hand what the Atomic-Forged process looks like.

Photo courtesy of PureForge

PureForge closed out the 2018 Government Fleet Expo (GFX) with a private event at the Company’s headquarters in Poway, Calif. More than 30 participating fleets had the opportunity to meet members of the PureForge team, tour the state-of-the-art headquarters, and get an inside look at the proprietary production systems responsible for the Atomic-Forged process.

The City of Long Beach, Calif., which has been piloting the PureForge zinc-coated Atomic-Forged rotors on a Ford Crown Vic and an F-150 lifeguard vehicle, was one of the government fleets represented. After seeing the process up close, Eric Winterset, Superintendent of Maintenance for the City of Long Beach, remarked, “It has been amazing to see how this process strengthens the durability of the rotor to achieve the Company’s best-in-class five-year/200,000 mile guarantee.”


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Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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