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Bradford Engineering's 24 hour call out service restores Production line.

Bradford Engineering were called out this month to a breakdown at one of the UK's leading automotive radiator manufacturers.
The breakdown happened at 7 o'clock on Friday 21st February. The client took advantage of our 24 hour call out service and Bradford Engineering were on site 30 minutes later.

A plan of action was drawn up to repair their main Guillotine, an integral machine in the production process.

The repair involved the manufacturing of new PB1 bronze bushes and the main shafts regrinding, the repair required the bushes to be bored inline and then honed to suit the reground shafts. The repair was completed with the result being the machine was rebuilt and full manufacturing capabilities were restored within 72 hours.

Needless to say Bradford Engineering had one happy client.

Free Site surveys for Critical Breakdown Assessments.

Symingtons Foods based in Leeds took advantage of our Free Critical Breakdown Assessment Survey. When their production lines are broken down the cost is significant, to assist their maintenance department they asked Bradford Engineering to complete a site survey of Bearings, Belts, Chains and Oil Seals which are on the production machines in the division responsible for "Cup a Soups".

Stocks are now held by both Bradford Engineering, and Symington allowing them full peace of mind in the event of breakdown.

If your business wants to ensure Manufacturing capabilities are restored quickly in the event of breakdown why not arrange a Free Critical Breakdown Site Survey by calling 01274 309071.

Working in partnership with Nachi.

Bradford Engineering are pleased to announce they have started working with "Nachi Bearings" one of the world's largest manufacture's of precision ball and roller bearings and linear bearing systems. 

This development further compliments our range of Bearings, Seals, and Power Transmissions.

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