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stand: 115


A - Z LIST OF EXHIBITORS L B Foster Materials Handling


LB Foster Materials Handling (formerly


CI Logistics) provides a comprehensive service to the surface finishing industry delivering fully automated turnkey projects to help businesses lower costs whilst achieving greater efficiency.


LB Foster’s range of overhead conveyors supplies the ideal transport medium for moving product safely through a finishing facility; whether a wet paint or powder coating process.


The company has a complete product offering, manufacturing the four main types of conveyor commonly used in surface finishing: power chain conveyors, power and free; manual or tow conveyor systems. Each project is individually analysed to ensure that the overhead conveyor system, once operational, will maximise the efficiency and productivity of the facility.


LB Foster services a wide customer base and has installed solutions into the paint facilities of market leading companies including JCB, CMK Treatments, BOC and Quinn Radiators.


Experienced engineers from the company will be present on Stand 115 to welcome visitors and help


stand: 170


Effluent treatment, waste water processing and metal and chemical


recovery – Lancy Technology’s expertise in this key area of the finishing and surface treatment industry is being fully detailed and presented.


Lancy Technology


PROCESS WATER TREATMENT AND METAL RECOVERY – EXPERTISE FROM LANCY TECHNOLOGY


By providing a single resource for a range of waste water and effluent treatment services, Lancy Technology is able to tailor each installation to meet exact project objectives. Both integrated and closed-loop systems can be designed and installed – all benefiting from the proven combination of Lancy Technology expertise and build capability. System performance and capital investment benefits are thus optimised every time. Effluent treatment results are optimised by combining process components and configurations to match both operational efficiency and environmental objectives. Similarly, Lancy Technology rinse water recovery systems maximise metal finishing and water quality, resulting in an elimination or reduction of disposal needs. Lancy Technology’s capability also encompasses metal recovery. Of particular note to specific finishing processes, such as those associated with printed circuit board manufacture, copper and nickel, with


stand: 158


Leading process gas burner specialist,


Lanemark International, is highlighting new developments offering key benefits to the finishing sector. A wider tank heating range and enhanced design software are taking centre stage.


a metal purity of 99.9% and 99.5% respectively, can typically be recovered. With the added benefit of close association with other NHE services – Plasticraft and Ardrox Engineering – customers worldwide can fulfil their waste water and effluent treatment needs in either a stand-alone context or as part of a broader process operation. Full details are on stand N° 170.


NHE


Godiva Place Coventry


West Midlands CV1 5PN


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 24 7625 3099 Email: ianb@lancy-technology.com www.nhe.uk.com


Lanemark International Limited NEW LANEMARK PROCESS GAS BURNER DEVELOPMENTS


New developments to Lanemark International’s proven process heating capability are being detailed with the focus on an extended TX gas fired immersion tube tank heating system range and new engineering design software.


The recently introduced TX 80 (8”) model – providing a gas input range to 1465 kW, approximately double that of the existing TX 60 (6”) – is now available for applications requiring a high level of heat input.


The new option removes the previous need to utilise two TX 60 burners and will be of particular note for finishing and surface treatment in areas such as the automotive industry. The company is also announcing a new testing and training tank facility which can accommodate the full range of Lanemark’s TX burner systems, including the TX 80.


Lanemark is also highlighting its latest TxCalc (V5) software which calculates process tank heat losses and helps optimise immersion tube heat exchanger


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them solve their materials handling challenges with innovative solutions.


LB Foster Materials Handling 43 Wenlock Way Troon Industrial Area Leicester LE4 9HU


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 116 276 1691 Email: sales@conveyors.co.uk www.conveyors.co.uk


arrangements. Improvements include a multi-lingual option and a simple import/export function as a support to OEMs and Lanemark’s worldwide distributor network.


Full details, alongside the company’s proven range of FD and Midco oven and air heating systems, are being presented on the company’s stand.


Lanemark International Ltd. Lanemark House Whitacre Road Nuneaton Warwickshire CV11 6BW


Telephone: +44 (0) 24 7635 2000 Email: info@lanemark.com www.lanemark.com


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