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As the only UK manufacturer of chemical resistant centrifugal pumps, we can offer complete flexibility in our pump design to fit your system requirements. Outstanding customer service is our number one priority.


Crest Pumps Limited


Since 1973, our number one aim is to make working with Crest simple – responding to enquiries quickly, supplying reliable pumps built to last, keeping prices competitive and providing expert technical backup as and when required.


Every Crest Pump is manufactured in the UK from solid plastic providing outstanding strength and corrosion resistance in harsh, corrosive environments. This manufacturing base allows us to offer complete flexibility to your particular requirements – whether that be a vertical pump with a particular length outside of the standard, or a horizontal pump that needs modifying to directly replace an existing pump.


In 2011, Crest created the sister company Crest


Pumping Services who acts as the distributor side offering plastic magnetic drive pumps. Our mag drive pumps are installed worldwide at many high profile PCB plants including Samsung in Korea.


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Specialist paint and surface finishers for the Aerospace,


Military and Industrial sectors providing paint, coating and surface treat- ments for any application. ISO:9001 Accreditation


Crystal Finishers


Crystal Finishers are an important part of the supply chain for companies operating in the Aerospace, Defence and Industrial sectors where deadlines are tight and quality assurance is of the highest level.


At Crystal, we combine a market-tested method of meeting cost budgets, deadlines and quality to ensure that your projects are supported by committed suppliers in the supply chain.


With outstanding efficiency, our eye is permanently on quality control, process management and review of these so that we can constantly improve our service to you. Our ISO9001 accreditation is testament to our goal to seek constant improvement and efficiency.


Serving the Aerospace, Defence and Industrial sectors, Crystal are specialists in providing paint and surface techniques, such as CARC coating, RFI shield coating, fire-rated, anti-bacterial, stove enamelling and air drying material.


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Enhancing the strength and performance of critical components, preventing premature failures, improving efficiency and lowering whole life costs through a full range of highly controlled and engineered surface treatments.


Painting and coatings include:


PTFE coatings, CARC coatings, DEF STAN & MIL Specs, sacrificial coatings, dry film lubricants, heat resisting enamels, epoxy and polyurethane finishes, high and low temperature stove enamels, anti-bacterial coatings, fire resistant coatings, ultra high gloss finishes.


Crystal Finishers


Unit 5B International House Battle Road


Heathfield Industrial Estate Devon


TQ12 6RY


Telephone: +44 (0) 1626 835696 Email: info@crystalfinishers.co.uk www.crystalfinishers.co.uk


Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies


Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies is a recognised leader in surface treatments which improve the fatigue life and performance of critical components operating in major industries. Our processes include controlled shot and laser peening, thermal spray, engineered coatings and analytical services with over 78 operating divisions across Europe, USA and Asia providing excellent opportunities to offer our customers a ‘one stop shop’ option. We can also provide on-site processing worldwide through our specialist mobile engineering teams.


Premature component failure can often be traced back to tensile stresses induced during manufacture. Shot peening and laser peening can be used to remove tensile stresses and replace them with life enhancing compressive residual stresses.


As a leading developer and applicator of engineered coatings we can address service conditions such as wear, corrosion, erosion, seizing, steam and extreme temperatures.


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Our services increase strength, prevent premature failures and extend the life expectancy of both new and overhauled components, improving efficiency and lowering whole life cost.


For more information and location details please go to www.cwst.co.uk or email eurosales@cwst.com


Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies Metal Improvement Company LLC European Corporate Office Hambridge Lane Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5TU


Telephone: +44 (0) 1635 279621 Email: eurosales@cwst.com www.cwst.co.uk


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Since 1978 the range has continuously improved resulting in a range of high efficiency pumps with worldwide patents for dry run protection and increased service life.


Crest Pumping Services Ltd Crest Pumps Ltd 7 Queensway New Milton Hampshire BH25 5NN


Telephone: +44 (0) 1425 627700 Email: info@crestpumps.co.uk www.crestpumps.co.uk


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