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Chant Engineering Welcomes Eric Pilacik as its Engineering Manager

Posted on May 8, 2017


Chant Engineering Co. Inc. is pleased to welcome Eric Pilacik.  Pilacik will lead Chant’s Engineering Department as its Engineering Manager as they expand further into foreign and domestic markets.  Pilacik, based at the Chant headquarters building in New Britain, Pennsylvania, brings 5 years of engineering management experience to compliment his new role.  Phil Chant, President of Chant Engineering, said “We are excited to have Eric join Chant. He will be a valuable asset and addition to our dynamic team.  He will play a key role in enhancing relationships with existing customers and leading our engineering team to ensure we’ll be better positioned to continue providing quality service to Chant customers. We welcome Eric and his expertise as part of our growing team.”

Prior to joining Chant, Pilacik worked not only in a management role but also in R & D, product development, and as a design engineer in the aerospace industry – earning patents for some of his design work.  Privately, he is a proud family man who enjoys spending quality time with his wife and children, volunteering at their sports and club events, volunteering at various parish events, and teaching in his parish’s religious education program.

Founded in 1970, Chant Engineering Co. Inc. is a global diversified engineering company that designs, manufactures, services and calibrates testing machines, reeling machines, test stands and related rigging shop accessories for worldwide industrial and military customers. Chant is also the Authorized North American distributor for TALURIT AB Sweden products, Dynamic Load Monitoring (DLM) and Friedrich Höppe. As a nationally recognized calibration facility, Chant has precision calibration equipment traceable back to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Currently, Chant is capable of calibrating testing machines up to 3.3 million lbs. with load cells that have the capacity to calibrate to 1.5 million lbs. in tension and 3.3 million in compression. For more information, visit www.chantengineering.com.

[Photo: Jules DiRienzo, VP of Operations, on the left, welcomes Eric Pilacek, on the right]