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GMF Equipment Ltd, along with partners Galvatek sas and Mazurczak GmbH, are recognised as one of the market leaders in the supply of electric immersion heaters and associated temperature and level controls.


GMF Equipment Limited


Quality – Safety GMF recognises that quality and safety within the metal finishing industry are paramount. We have trained technical staff able to design, recommend and specify heating and control equipment along with power requirements for your individual process or solution. Our heaters and temperature/ level probes are designed for direct immersion into the majority of acid or alkaline solutions and are manufactured in various materials such as Teflon FEP or PFA, porcelain, quartz glass, PTFE, stainless steel, titanium.


Measuring – Controlling – Monitoring is essential. Health and safety/ insurance requirements are becoming more and more stringent. To address this we are pleased to announce the introduction of a new product to our existing range – The ‘KNS Continuous Level Measurement System’.


The KNS Continuous Level Measurement System detects the level of corrosive liquids, cleaning


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Greentree is the UK’s leading specialist in the design and supply of masking, protection and jigging products backed by over 60 years’ experience.


solutions and water. The level measurement system is supplied pre-configured and is easy to use.


Custom built products In addition to our extensive stock range, we offer a bespoke design service tailored to your exact process requirements.


GMF Equipment Ltd Barton House Ashby Road


Kegworth, Derby DE74 2DH


Contact Paul or Sally


Telephone: +44 (0) 1509 673656 Email: sales@gmfequipment.co.uk www.gmfequipment.co.uk


Greentree-Shercon (Verton Limited)


Greentree masking products are approved and used in industries including aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical and metal finishing throughout the UK and Worldwide.


In addition to its own products Greentree now offers the full range of over 9,000 standard Caplugs protection products, all manufactured to exacting standards.


Greentree is renowned for its custom solutions - whether it be for powder coating, wet painting, plating, anodising, shot peening, plasma spray or just component protection - we have the answer.


With its own in-house manufacturing facilities, extensive UK stocks and


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The masking shop has over 40 years of experience as a


manufacturer, distributor and stockist of masking tapes for many industries including painting, powder coating, surface treatments and electronics.


team of experienced design engineers Greentree provides cost effective solutions to increase productivity, reduce waste, provide a consistent component finish and protect products during transportation.


Greentree, Sigma Close, Shannon Way Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 8ND


Telephone: +44 (0)1684 533800 Email: sales@greentree-shercon.co.uk www.greentree-shercon.co.uk


Hadleigh Enterprises Limited (The Masking Shop)


The temperature range of our products extends from 80°C to 350°C. We supply discs, custom shapes and rolls with low MOQs and delivery within 48 hours. Products are sourced from the highest quality manufacturers.


The wide selection of products to be featured at Surface World 2013 includes green polyester tape, green polyester discs, very high temperature masking tape, very high temp masking discs, kapton tape, kapton discs, polyimide tape, polyimide discs, aluminium tapes, aluminium discs, low tack masking tapes, lead foil tapes and lead foil discs, glass cloth tape, plasma spray tapes, high temperature masking tapes, sandblasting tapes, silicone caps and silicone plugs – and many more.


Hadleigh Enterprises Limited Unit11, Buckingham Square Hurricane Way Wickford Essex


SS11 8YQ


Telephone: +44 (0) 1268 572255 Email: sales@hadleigh.u-net.com www.hadleigh.uk.com


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