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Guard-Tech is proud to announce its relocation to significantly larger premises in Hebden Bridge, Halifax.

The new premises have been purchased by Guard-Tech as a result of its continued growth in the telescopic guarding and swarf conveyor industry and its expansion with new divisions in PUWER assessment and remedial works and servicing.

Guard-Tech has also as previously reported made a major investment in new CNC metal working machinery in partnership with Amada UK Ltd


This investment in CNC Punching, bending, folding and shearing machinery was approved by the board of Directors to meet with customer demands as a result of the business having made significant growth over the last 2-years.

In addition Guard-Tech has also made a major investment into the latest 2D and 3D CAD design technology and has increased its design team to meet with customer demands.

Guard-Tech are now equipped to handle larger batch manufacture of sheet metal and guarding projects.


Guard-Tech has won a major order with a large Aerospace Group to carry out PUWER assessment and remedial works across various sites working towards making their machinery PUWER compliant.

Most of the guarding systems are bespoke guarding systems and have been designed to take into account the current production procedures and processes.

The new guarding system provides a totally PUWER compliant solution to our customer needs and meets with all the current Health & Safety legislation including interlocking and emergency Stops.

If you would like your machines PUWER assessed please do not hesitate to contact us on the numbers listed below and we will contact you for a suitable appointment and discuss your requirement.


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