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ENGINEERING SERVICES


The company operates in process industries such as Petrochemical, Power Generation and Renewable Energy providing on/offsite excellence including…


• Heavy Fabrication • Sheet Metal • Coded Pipe Systems • Machining • Laser Cutting • Electrical Contracting • Control & Automation Systems • 2D & 3D Design


FACILITIES


Blackrow’s unique selling proposition is its vast and highly equipped facilities as well as its proximity to the Humber Bank Industrial Zones and the UK’s largest port in Immingham as well as the Port of Grimsby East, widely renowned in the offshore wind industry.


ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING FACILITY INCLUDE…


• 10,000sqM Facility • 175 Skilled People across 5 trades • Overhead Cranes allowing 100T+ Fabrications


UNIQUE OFFERING


The company has built its structure, capacity and capabilities over recent times to provide a unique offering to both the local petro-chemical industry as well as the emerging energy sector, with recent success of manufacturing orders for 2 global players in oil & gas and power generation. Blackrow believes that the combination of fantastic people and facilities, a robust focus on customer needs and unrivalled capacity in the area combine to provide the go to solution for your engineering service needs.


Blackrow Engineering


Manufacturing and supplying gaskets all around the country have given the company a loyal customer base, stretched far and wide covering a whole manner of industries for example… chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, marine, motor, food, leisure and many more. They offer an unbeatable service at


great value for money in bespoke items as well as standard flange gaskets such as, ASA 150, PN16 and BS Table ‘E’ from ½” up to 42” series A & B.


PRODUCTS


The wide variety of materials they stock including 16 different types of rubbers inclusive of Nitrile, Neoprene, EPDM, Silicone and Viton and a huge range of NAF (Non-Asbestos Fibre) sheeting, lets any customer have a choice of gasket for their application. If however, the choice seems overwhelming - all of the staff on site have fantastic knowledge of all materials they offer to help with the gasket ordering process. Not only do they offer rubber and fibre in sheeting or cut gaskets they offer, cork, oil paper, PTFE, sponge, felt, plastic shim, turbo exhaust materials and leather; as well as being stockists of Vulcan Engineering’s Gland Packing range.


As well as all of this available stock the company keep half a million ‘O’ Ring’s on the shelf in standard Nitrile material in imperial and metric sizes. Other materials are available on request such as Viton, EPDM, Red Silicone and PTFE.


OUT SOURCING


On site Direct Gaskets only cut semi- metallic gaskets such as the turbo exhaust materials but can out-source copper head gaskets manufactured to pattern. The fully metallic gaskets they offer from stock are spiral wound gaskets available in standard graphite filled – other compositions are available on request.


EXPANSION


In August 2016, Direct Gaskets relocated to Dansom Lane South in Hull. This move to new premises has seen them quadruple in size. With this relocation, Direct Gaskets plan to double available stock and progress into new ventures.


Direct Gaskets Limited


A COMPANY NAME THAT SAYS IT ALL


Direct Gaskets Limited has been established for over 25 years in the 2017 City of Culture - Kingston upon Hull.


www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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