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A - Z LIST OF EXHIBITORS Surface Finishing Engineering Limited


Experts in design, manufacture and installation of process plant and equipment.


From small manual process lines to fully computer operated automatic installations, our bespoke services will meet all of your requirements.


Surface Finishing Engineering Limited, are specialists in the design, manufacture and installation of surface treatment plant and equipment. Our strength is in chemical processing lines, and we have many successful process lines in operation.


SFE are able to offer process lines which range from manual plants to bespoke automatic computer operated lines with data acquisition capability. Our team has vast experience in the electroplating and surface treatment industry which has enabled us to innovate and remain at the forefront of the surface treatment industry.


SFE has proved its worth amongst the giants of the industry and has shown that expertise in the trade coupled with professionalism and unique solutions is a winning combination.


We pride ourselves on understanding core customer needs and requirements and are always keen to


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Through continued growth and re- investment Surface Processing Ltd has established itself as the largest subcontract chemical cleaning facility of its kind in the UK today.


provide a first class service, before, during and after undertaking any project. From the manufacturing to the commissioning stage, each aspect of the project is carefully managed and controlled to ensure the best outcome. SFE has proven that attention to detail and a hands on approach sets them apart.


Surface Finishing Engineering Limited Unit 16


Webner Industrial Estate Wolverhampton West Midlands WV2 2LD


Telephone: +44 (0) 1902 409186 Email: info@sfeuk.co.uk www.sfeuk.com


Surface Processing Limited


Surface Processing services a broad range of industries, including the automotive, storage and pallet racking sectors, specialist pipework pickling for hydraulic and gas turbine installations, MOD and aerospace applications.


We provide a quick response service to many leading companies, such as GKN, British Aerospace, Dunlop, Jaguar, BMW, Land Rover and Unipart, the list goes on...


Capacity is the key to our success. We can process single items from just a few millimetres across up to 8 metres x 2 metres x 2 metres and up to 5 tonnes in weight. In fact, our expertise in chemical cleaning is second to none.


Surface Processing Ltd Unit 20, Sovereign Works Deepdale Lane, Lower Gornal, Dudley West Midlands DY3 2AF


Telephone: +44 (0) 1384 242010 Email: sales@surfaceprocessing.co.uk www.surfaceprocessing.co.uk


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Tapflo manufacturers of quality pumps and systems since 1982.


Tapflo (UK) Limited


Tapflo established in 1982 have grown to be the largest European manufacturer of diaphragm pumps and systems, In the past few years they have diversified and increased production to include magnetic drive pumps, peristaltic pumps, column pumps and a range of filter pumps targeted at the surface finishing industry,


NEW Using latest technology we now offer low start 0.1bar (2 PSI) Air Operated Double Diaphragm pumps. They are the lowest energy pumps on the market today, with added benefit of a pulse free flow


Rather than trying to reclaim wasted energy we believe “don’t use it in the first place” is the most sensible way to cut your energy costs.


The full range of pumps and systems will be available to discuss on the show including the New Low energy Versions.


Visit us on stand no. 42 98 SURFACE WORLD september 2013 - show issue


Tapflo (UK) Limited Tapflo House Victory Close Chandlers Ford SO53 4BU HANTS


Telephone: +44 (0) 2380 252325 Email: sales@tapflopumps.co.uk www.tapflopumps.co.uk


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