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E. Braude (London) Ltd have been serving British Industry for over 55 years. Braude is a specialist manufacturer, based in the UK, of non- corrodable heating and cooling equipment for the highly corrosive liquids found typically in plating, anodising and other chemical processing operations.


E Braude (London) Limited


In recent years Braude has been expanding its export sales with success in the engineering markets in India, China and South East Asia.


Braude products include:


POLARIS non-corrodable electric immersion tank heaters are easy to install, can be used vertically or horizontally, have high thermal efficiency and feature a safety grounded/ earthling system. The heaters are available in ratings from 0.5kW to 24kW, are unaffected by stray currents, and come in a variety of configurations.


Braude Controllers are sealed to IP65 and include the Thermaster temperature controller which is robustly constructed, simple to operate and install, and has a clear visible display. Also available are the Levelmaster liquid level controller and the Tankmaster dual temperature and level controller.


Braude also produces a range of Self-Priming Chemical


Service Pumps, suitable for use with highly corrosive solutions such as hydrochloric, hydrofluoric and sulphuric acids - with flow rates up to 35m3/hr.


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Elcometer Limited is a leading manufacturer and supplier of


high quality inspection equipment, with specialised divisions dedicated to coatings inspection, NDT inspection, concrete inspec- tion and metal detection.


Elcometer Limited


Elcometer will show several new products at the Surface World show in September 2013, including:


The Elcometer 224 Digital Surface Profile Gauge with the new separate probe for convex surfaces.


The Elcometer 130 Salt Contamination Meter for the determination of soluble surface salt concentrations with the new conductivity meter design.


The Elcometer 456 Coating Thickness Gauge with the new Ultra/Scan probes for faster measurements on large areas.


The Elcometer 506 Hydraulic Adhesion Tester with analogue and digital gauge options and the Adhesion Verification Unit for field verification of the pull force of adhesion testers.


The Elcometer 408 Gloss and Depth of Image Gauge


The updated ElcoMaster™ 2.0 Data Management Software with wireless communication capability and “cloud” computing for data from the Elcometer 224 Digital Surface Profile Gauge, the Elcometer 130 Salt


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Elma Ultrasonic are specialist manufacturers of precision component cleaning and surface treatment systems for global supply through an international infrastructure of specialist Agents and Distributors.


Elma Ultrasonics


Elma Ultrasonic are specialist manufacturers of precision component cleaning and surface treatment systems for global supply through an international infrastructure of specialist Agents and Distributors. From an original watch technology business established in 1947, Elma reformed in 1973 and has since been focused on the development of ultrasound technology for the meticulous cleaning of precision engineered components. Evolution from an originator of ultrasonic cleaning technology has established Elma Ultrasonic as today’s leading global manufacturer and supplier of ultrasonic cleaning equipment.


The Elma portfolio presents a wide range of equipment options from table top designs with specific formats for medical, surgical and dental applications to more complex formations of automated systems based on interchangeable modules for manufacturing industries including jewellery, watches, optical, ophthalmic, medical, pharmaceutical, aerospace, automotive and general precision engineering. Elma also manufacture bespoke systems according to customer specification including ATEX applications.


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The Elma equipment package is complimented by their expertise in process knowledge and they have a comprehensive range of Elma manufactured chemistry products, specifically developed for precise and complex cleaning applications.


www.elma-ultrasonic.com


Elma Ultrasonics 19 Higher Ashton Widnes Cheshire WA8 9GN


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 151 424 9097 Email: i.lucas@cavsonic.com www.elma-ultrasonic.com


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Telephone: +44 (0) 161 371 6000 Email: sales@elcometer.com www.elcometer.com


Contamination Meter, the Elcometer 319 Dewpoint Meter for climatic monitoring, the Elcometer 456 Coating Thickness Gauge and other electronic gauges.


The full range of the ElcometerNDT ultrasonic gauges for material thickness and flaw detection applications including weld inspections will be shown and demonstr- ated, see www.elcometerndt.com for more information.


Elcometer Limited Edge Lane Manchester M43 6BU


United Kingdom


FROGSPAWN Thermal Insulation Spheres, which form a floating blanket on the surface of solutions to reduce thermal loss by up to 70%.


Braude also manufactures the Nautilus range of tank heaters and Jet Stream external heating and cooling systems for the use with steam, hot water, thermal fluid or chilled water for larger scale pickling and processing operations.


E. Braude (London) Ltd Liberta House Scotland Hill Sandhurst Berkshire GU47 8JR


Telephone: +44 (0) 1252 876123 Email: sales@braude.co.uk www.braude.co.uk


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