The MKT Value – What You Can Expect From Us

Field to Factory Direct Communication.

MKT Metal Manufacturing

MKT Metal Manufacturing encourages your field personnel to communicate directly with our shop. This relieves a lot of PM’s stress. It reduces phone calls from the job site and allows field personnel to work directly with our shop.
Custom Fabrication – Cutting in Taps, custom pipe sizes, pre-assembly, contact one of our shop managers – we can help.

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Local, quality products, supportive relationships and the personal connection make MKT Metal Manufacturing a company we want to do business with. We are new to MKT Metal Manufacturing, but by touring their new facilities and seeing their upcoming operation, makes the whole process more inviting, informal and comfortable to be able to specify their products. We know if we need them, we can pick up a phone and have a familiar voice on the line to help.

Scott Fisher, Mechanical Designer and Mike Hunt, Mechanical Engineer—Moore Engineering Company, Lancaster PA

News & Events


MKT Metal Manufacturing Announces Partnership with MIRO® Industries Inc. York, PA – April 20, 2016 – MKT Metal Manufacturing, supplier of rectangular, spiral, round duct and HVAC accessories is pleased to welcome MIRO® Industries Inc. and their complete range of rooftop support products to our alliance. MIRO® Industries is not only the leader in rooftop


One of the most neglected systems on a building is the rooftop duct system. In many cases, it is “out of sight, out of mind” until leakage or other functional problems occur. Rooftop components are often put into place and never or rarely maintained again. This can lead to poor performance or even an entire


Years ago Ephrata School District, Ephrata, PA, was a little disappointed to find the roof they recently replaced on Ephrata Middle School was leaking.During the same period bid requests hit the street for HVAC upgrades (on the same school). Hundreds of “cut in” rails were specified for supporting duct runs on the roof. When non-penetrating