Allor Manufacturing | Plesh Industries

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Our company’s focus, for more than 45 years, has been to design and build premium products for the industries that we serve.

The Allor-Plesh team's goal is to bring added value to all of our products through increased performance capacity, longer life, or just a simple modification to improve the maintenance efficiency of the equipment. Over the years we have come across new customers who are skeptical with regard to our increased performance claims. In order to win their confidence, we have offered to supply the products with a “Pay when You Are 100% Satisfied” guarantee. We have yet to not get paid in full.

If you have a conveyor, leveler, or custom bearing/wheel application for which you are looking for improved performance and/or increased productivity, Allor-Plesh is ready for the challenge.

 We greatly appreciate your business!
— Tony Allor

Proud Member of The Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce

Dam Gate / Dam Chain

Allor-Plesh is the leader in heavy-duty dam gate chain. We can significantly reduce or eliminate the maintenance of your dam chain with our never-lube dam chain technology.

Trusted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The Allor-Plesh team has successfully completed several dam gate chain projects for the Army Corps of Engineers, and we are ready to assist you in your next dam chain project. Products include:

  • Dam Chain
  • Dam Gate Chain
  • Tainter Gate Chain
  • Dam Chain Attachments

Trusted by the Army Corps of Engineers, we are expert engineers and manufacturers of equipment to the hydroelectric power generation industry. Allor-Plesh is ready to assist you with your next project requiring dam chain and other dam gate components.

All Allor-Plesh products are engineered to lower your maintenance costs and have a lower lifetime cost than any other product on the market. Find out more by calling us at 248-486-4500.

12534 Emerson Drive | Brighton, MI  48116 | 248-486-4500  © Allor-Plesh Manufacturing 2015