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Flexibility – Diversity – Training

Our general engineering section operates in support of the the other sections and is there to provide a service to our customers by offering a “One Stop Shop Engine Machining Facility”

1. Assess Requirements

Let’s work out exactly what needs to be done.

2. Document a Plan

Everything is documented so nothing is missed.

3. Delivery

We’ll deliver your job in a reasonable time frame.

Fully Equipped Workshop

This Facility is designed to carry out repairs on all the ancillary equipment associated with an engine including Exhausts, Pump Shafts, Housings, Pulleys etc

Providing Solutions Since 1929

Facilities include:

  • Lathe Work
  • Milling
  • Boring
  • Surfacing
  • Metal Arc Spray Weld, Thread Repairs, Tig Welding

Fully Equipped Workshop

This Facility is designed to carry out repairs on all the ancillary equipment associated with an engine including Exhausts, Pump Shafts, Housings, Pulleys etc

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Providing Solutions Since 1929

Our facilities have everything that we need for big jobs and small and can handle almost any engineering requirement:

  • Lathe Work
  • Milling
  • Boring
  • Surfacing
  • Inspections
  • Metal Arc Spray Weld, Thread Repairs, Tig Welding
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Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my job take?

Its a common question customers ask us, and there is no one simple answer. Even though we work with the same types of jobs frequently there can always be unforeseen circumstances that can take additional time. Once we understand the nature of your enquiry we will work with you to ensure there is a reasonable deadline set that meets your expectations.

How much do your services cost?

Following the initial inspections a report and quotation is prepared.

Why Choose Us

  • Operating since 1929
  • Latest technology in machinery
  • We believe in continuous improvement
  • Top quality results every time
  • Experienced staff and management
  • The highest quality workmanship

Other Services

cylinder-blocks

cylinder blocks

Machining blocks with a bore size from 50mm – 250mm, lengths up to 3300mm and weights up to 3000kg

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Crank Shafts

crankshafts

Handling crankshafts with a maximum length of 4000mm, weight up to 2000kg and a maximum stroke of 420mm

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component cleaning

Our Ferrous tank handles items up to 3000mm long & 2500kg, we also have a modern ultrasonic non-ferrous cleaning system and a dedicated oil cooler ultrasonic cleaning system

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con-rods

con rods

We can handle up to a maximum tunnel bore of 200mm and use induction small end eye heating for bush fitment

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Cylinder Heads

cylinder heads

Our facilities include a CNC valve Seat Cutter, stainless steel injector tube replacement tooling and a temperature controlled pressure tester

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inspections

Inspections

All components are inspected upon arrival

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