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Byrnemech

Stand 1840

 

Byrnemech

Byrnemech who are based in Galway Ireland are the total sheetmetal solutions provider. They provide a complete concept to component service for your sheetmetal needs including design, manufacture, paint, print, assembly, delivery and support. They are gold star suppliers to market leaders in the aerospace and automotive sectors. They have in the last few years invested heavily in the latest robotic technology and with their low cost base and re-engineering capabilities would make an ideal sheetmetal partner. They are looking forward to their first visit to midlands design manufacturing show and meeting potential customer partners.

 


 

Flowconcrete UK

Stand 1350

 

Mazaki

Flowcrete to Showcase Its Industrial Flooring Strength At Midlands Design & Manufacturing Event

 

Recognised for 30 years as the industrial flooring specialist, Flowcrete UK will be showcasing its market-leading range of seamless resin systems at Midlands Design and Manufacturing.

Taking place between 6 - 7 April at Birmingham’s NEC, Flowcrete is located at stand number 1350 at the event.


From there, Flowcrete UK will demonstrate its comprehensive range of flooring solutions, engineered to the specific needs of industries including the automotive, aerospace, chemical processing, electronic, food and drink and pharmaceutical sectors.


Systems include fast-track MMA Flowfast coatings, which dramatically cut downtime and speed up new-build and refurbishment programmes, through an application process that sees the floor ready for use just two hours after installation.


Other products include hygienic polyurethane coatings, epoxy resin floor finishes, anti-static flooring and corrosion protection systems.


The company’s extensive product offering also includes the industry-leading Industrial Floorzone concept, unique to Flowcrete UK, which can deliver the damp-proof membrane and high strength Isocrete floor screed, topped off with a performance resin floor finish – all from a single source and installed by Flowcrete’s approved contractor network.

 

The benefits of a Flowcrete floor for the industrial sector include time-proven durability, with protection from foot and wheeled traffic, impact resistance and mechanical attack.

Safety is also assured underfoot, with slip resistance levels developed to meet the exact needs of an individual area, combined with the ability to deliver demarcation zones to signpost operations throughout a site.

 

Chemical, heat and electrostatic resistance can also be delivered – and Flowcrete’s service and technical support programme is recognised as best in class across the UK and the world.

Alan Dean, Sales Director of Flowcrete UK, said; “For almost thirty years, our industrial flooring solutions have helped to underpin the development of cleaner, safer and more productive manufacturing plants.

 

“A correctly specified resin flooring installation from Flowcrete can act as a powerful tool in the drive to improve workflow efficiency, contribute to the principles of 5S, enhance lean manufacturing and at the same time offer a resilient platform to tackle impact resistance and mechanical attack.


“The benefits of Flowcrete materials are wide-ranging, with features including ease of maintenance, durability, hygiene performance and slip resistance as well as the ability to create demarcation zones and deliver the strength needed to withstand fuel, heat and chemicals.
“It’s this approach that has earned us our position as “The Industrial Flooring Specialist.”

 


 

Yamazaki Mazak

Stand 1450

 

Mazaki

Yamazaki Mazak is to showcase its new INTEGREX j-300 series multi-tasking machine at Midlands Design and Manufacturing 2011 stand number 1450.
The INTEGREX j-300 aims to bring the benefits of multi-tasking to a wider subcontracting audience, in particular those who continue to use conventional CNC machining equipment, such as driven tool lathes.
It is a high speed, high accuracy machine which can reduce a two-machine process down to one machine, with consequent reductions in the number of operators required and the amount of programming involved.