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Come and See us at Southern Manufacturing on Stand L75

Heat treatment and hard coating of turbine blades

Farnborough International, February 5-7th

As one of the UK’s largest heat treatments and hard coatings suppliers to aerospace, automotive, motorsports and surgical implant industries we are starting 2019 with increased capacity coming online and exhibiting on stand L75 at Southern Manufacturing at Farnborough International.

From locations in Manchester, Birmingham, Cambridge and Newcastle, Wallwork provide a rapid service to customers in all corners of the UK. Operating capacity has increased as investments we have made in new equipment will have gone live by the end of 2018. These include a large capacity Seco vacuum furnace and Rübig Plasma Nitride furnace in Cambridge. A new 1200kg payload furnace for processing aluminium is coming on stream in Birmingham and this will be followed closely by a new sealed quench furnace due to be in operation early 2019.

Howard Maher, group sales manager, commented, “Additional plant is only part of the story. We have a strong service ethic that is rooted in our people. Combined with a dedicated pick-up/delivery fleet, UKAS certified in-house mechanical testing and multiple aerospace prime accreditations, customers really appreciate the full end-to-end service we can provide. Fast, efficient and without compromising quality.”

Processing aluminium and vacuum brazing, particularly, are seeing greater demand, so the new capacity is coming on stream just at the right time. In the light of REACH and also important is the in-house developed environmentally safe PVD coating that is a full HCP (hard chromium plating) replacement.

For these and all your thermal processing needs head to stand L75 at Southern Manufacturing and Electronics at Farnborough International, February 5-7th. Register: www.industrysouth.co.uk/register/

15/11/2018 AM


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