ARMAC INC is a regional manufacturer’s representative firm.  Our customers are both the manufacturers trying to sell their products and services and the end users that eventually apply this equipment to their most important processes. As a commission income based operation, it is critical that we offer both value and professionalism to the New England/Upstate NY Industrial marketplace.  We believe our value, to both, is competent technical support to the immediate issues confronting our valued customers’ every-day. We do not hesitate to respond to both sales and service inquiries be it via the phone, internet or personal visit. We particularly enjoy learning about these processes and assisting to Improve, automate or make for a safer work environment.  Our goal is to be remembered as valued colleagues and support personnel, not just another sales office. We value your business and partnership.
ARMAC INC provides equipment and process expertise to the dry bulk material handling customers of New England and Upstate NY. With such a diverse industrial area, we define our markets as Sanitary (Food and BioPharmaceutical), Processing (Chemical, Plastics Converting, General Industrial) and Heavy (Aggregate, Paper, Power and Recycling). In these general markets we focus on material handling applications for conveying, blending, size reduction, metering, dust collection, storage and metal recovery/separation/detection.  We are often asked to provide systems engineering or system design services along with installation support – we can do that and have partners that support this need. With over 100 years of collective application engineering and field sales experience, we provide in depth product and process knowledge to this diverse group of customers.

Who we are

Our website address is https://armacinc.com

Privacy Statement

We often deal with proprietary process applications, and take the issue of ‘confidentiality’ very seriously. We feel that a sales representative is only effective when a customer is comfortable sharing the ‘complete’ process scenario in a specific application. This trust is earned and we firmly believe that “lines come and go, but the customer is forever.”

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Meet Our Team

Bob MacdonaldPresident & General Manager
With ARMAC since 1985.
Responsible for sales in Northern New England, including Vermont, NH, Maine, and Northern MA (north of the Mass Pike). Expertise: Dry Bulk Solids – Fluid Handling – Food Safety – Packaging. Bob is a Manufacturer Rep Council Member. An outdoor enthusiast. Bob enjoys hiking-biking-skiing.

Contact Bob by e-mail at bob@armacinc.com, or call/text him at 617-901-0544.

Tom MurrayVice President
Been with Armac since 2002.
Responsible for sales in Southern New England, including south of the Mass Pike, CT and RI. Expertise in applications requiring metal separation from process flows.
Prior to Armac, Tom was Eriez District Manager, and Founder, Facet Equipment Group. Tom is a former Manufacturer Rep Council Member. Active in community affairs, Tom also enjoys fishing, poolside relaxing, golf, and live music.

Contact Tom by e-mail at tom@armacinc.com, or call/text him at 508-965-9412.

Brian O’MalleyWestern NY Office
Brian has been with Armac since 2019.
His territory includes the Western NY/Northern PA Territory for over 25 years. Formerly with Power and Process Tech – 29 years. He has extensive Bulk Material Handling Equipment Application Engineering Experience. Dedicated customer support focus.

Contact Brian at brian@armacinc.com, or call/text him at 716-628-0127

Nick RubyorEastern NY Office
Nick has been with Armac since 2019. His territory is Central/Eastern NY. He spent the last 8 years working with Solids Blending and Size Reduction technology. He will bring that hands-on application engineering, testing and field service to our valued customers in Eastern NY. He’s a dedicated family man and outdoor enthusiast.

Contact Nick at nick@armacinc.com, or call/text him at 315-292-8088.

Myra BruceARMAC Staff Accountant
Myra is responsible for all financial activity and oversight for ARMAC operations. She’s dedicated to her family and loves live music.

Myra can be reached at myra@armacinc.com, or at 781-245-2600

Dedicated to Alan Macdonald, number 52, Lynnfield Fire Department

Alan Macdonald, Deceased, Founder of Armac, Inc., was a devoted member of the Lynnfield, MA Fire Department. As a tribute, the Fire Department dedicated their newest engine to Alan.