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A - Z LIST OF EXHIBITORS Lhoist UK Limited


Neutralac®


Who We Are? SLS45


is one of several high-tech products


manufactured by Lhoist UK, which is situated near Buxton, Derbyshire – known for the purest limestone available in the UK.


As part of the Lhoist Group, Lhoist UK contributes to the experience and expertise the group has acquired since its founding in Belgium in 1889, and can draw on an international network to solve customer problems. Lhoist remains a family owned private company, with subsidiaries on every major continent.


As a key global player within the lime industry, Lhoist has developed from being a simple lime producer to offering sophisticated, engineered lime products for industrial scale applications. Its continued investment in Research & Development is yielding a growing portfolio of solutions that cater to the needs of ever more diverse applications.


Lhoist UK Limited Hindlow Buxton


Derbyshire SK17 0EL


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 1298 768 670 Email: uksales@lhoist.com www.neutralac.co.uk


stand: 113


For over 35 years


Longworth have been at the forefront of the latest cleaning technology solutions. Trusted by organisations globally, our knowledge and experience of component cleaning technology is unrivalled.


Longworth Limited


Longworth are the market leader in providing high quality contract cleaning services for components from the polymer industry. Our business success has been built on three core values – to advise, to clean and protect for our customers. With this in mind we are able to offer flexible and provide tailored cleaning solutions to meet our client requirements.


The advancement in cleaning solutions and the Longworth operation provides significant benefits to companies that don’t want to invest in costly in-house equipment and processes.


The technology in operation at the Blackburn, UK facility includes a variety of ultrasonic & aqueous processes, controlled pyrolysis ovens, slurry flushing and Deecom®


super heated steam process.


Visit us today on stand 113 and see how Longworth can help you and your business.


Alternatively if you can’t get to see us at the Exhibition, contact us via the details below:


Longworth Limited Sett End Road North Shadsworth Business Park Blackburn Lancashire BB1 2QG


Telephone: +44 (0) 1254 680501 Email: enquiries@bmlongworth.com www.bmlongworth.com


stand: 88


Meltham Thermal Engineers, providing sub-contract services for the heat treatment and surface engineering of metal components, to a broad customer base including the automotive and heavy automotive sectors, marine, energy and precision engineering industries.


Meltham Thermal Engineers Limited


Meltham’s range of sealed quench and pit furnaces allows them to offer a full spectrum of heat treatment processes including carburising, carbo-nitriding, harden and temper, annealing, stress relieving and normalising. Their press quenching facilities are also ideal for compo- nents requiring dimensional control to tight tolerances.


Induction hardening is a specialist area where Meltham utilises latest technology in a range of medium to high frequency machines with both single shot and scanning capabilities.


Another specialist area is shot peening where the company is equipped with wheel machines and 1, 2 and 3 axis air nozzle machines.


All processes are covered by a certified registration to ISO 9001: 2008, ISO 14001 and CQi9 approval, with all product processed being thoroughly inspected and verified compliant to specification, in the fully equipped laboratory and testing facilities.


84 SURFACE WORLD september 2013 - show issue


Meltham Thermal Engineers Ltd Unit E1


Meltham Mills Industrial Estate Meltham Holmfirth HD9 4AR


Telephone: +44 (0) 1484 855 913 Email: geoffwindas@mteltd.co.uk www.mteltd.co.uk


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