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stand: 166


Brinklake specialise in the supply of


Spraygun cleaners to the Industrial market. Whether your need is for solvent or water-based paint (or both) we will have the most efficient, lowest cost of operation cleaner on the market.


Brinklake Limited


A relatively new UK company but run by an industrial partnership stretching back over 20 years. Brinklake markets and installs a range of paint gun cleaners made by B-TEC GmbH. The cleaners are reckoned to be amongst the most efficient in terms of cost of operating – and that’s where the long-term costs build up, easily eclipsing budget machines or stuck-in-a- lease equipment.


Paint gun cleaning is not glamorous, but the costs of using inferior machines and solvents can easily translate into high priority concerns for the productions and facilities engineers. For example does a speck of dirt in a gun cap occasionally find its way to your perfect product’s finish? And what about the costs of using/re-using low grade solvent? All that adds up to higher costs – which we can reduce.


We are available to discuss these points at the SLF UK Stand 166.


stand: 174


CDR Pumps look forward to you visiting them on Stand 174.


CDR Pumps (UK) Limited


CDR Pumps are a leading manufacturer of pumping equipment for the Chemical, Pharmaceutical and allied Industries, manufacturing pumps in materials such as Polypropylene, PVDF, Fluoropolymer, Stainless Steel and other exotic alloys to safely handle the most corrosive, toxic and aggressive liquids safely and reliably.


The Surface Finishing Industry lends itself particularly to the CDR Pump range due to the amount of chemicals involved in the processes from tanker unloading, IBC unloading, recirculation and agitation, drum emptying applications etc.


Products supplied into this Industry include magnetic drive centrifugal, Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps and Fluoropolymer lined pumps for solids handling.


CDR Pumps will be exhibiting the smaller pump ranges at the show, and we welcome you to visit us to see for yourself how we can make your plants cleaner, safer and more reliable.


stand: 164


C & W Specialists Equipment Limited


C+W Specialist Equipment Ltd established in 1978 manufacture a wide range of Corrosion


Test Cabinets including Salt Spray, Humidity, Cyclic Corrosion and Humidity Conditioning Cabinets.


All cabinets are available in 100 litre bench top models, 200 litre, 450 litre, 1000 litre and 2000 litre capacities. C+W are a leading supplier to Airbus and Boeing and the aerospace components suppliers and Ford, BMW, Renault, Volvo, Nissan, Jaguar Landrover, Honda, GM, Bentley and VW and many of the automotive component manufactures and directly to the coating industry.


All cabinets are manufactured to ISO 9001 and calibrated traceable to UKAS.


Details available on stand 164. 34 SURFACE WORLD september 2013 - show issue


C & W Specialist Salt Limited


C+W Specialist Salt Ltd supply “Pure Salt” which meets the requirements of ISO 9227 and ASTM B117 Salt Spray Standards and is used throughout the aerospace and automotive industries.


Sold in 25Kg Drums, each batch is supplied with a UKAS Certificate of Analysis guaranteeing that it meets the requirements of the standards being tested.


Full details available on stand 164.


C & W Specialists Equipment Limited C&W Specialist Salt Limited Leintwardine Craven Arms Shropshire SY7 0NB


Telephone: +44 (0) 1547 540654 Email: sales.service@cw-spec.com www.cw-spec.com


read online @ www.surfaceworld.com


CDR Pumps (UK) Ltd 1 Newton Close


Park Farm Industrial Estate. Wellingborough Northamptonshire NN8 6UW


Telephone: +44 (0) 1000 000000 Email: company@emailaddress.co.uk www.company website.com


Brinklake Limited 9d Wingbury Courtyard Leighton Road, Wingrave Buckinghamshire HP22 4LW


United Kingdom


Brinklake Ltd


Telephone: 0843 515 3833 Email: sales@brinklake.co.uk www.brinklake.co.uk


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