The Wallwork Group are set to celebrate the next phase of their programme of great expansion which is enabling them to offer a more extensive service of heat treatments and development services. To celebrate this, they are going to be exhibiting at the Advanced Engineering Show 2015 at Birmingham NEC from the 4th-5th November this year.
Vacuum Packed Britain
Wallwork Group service clients in a variety of industries including that of the aerospace, motorsport, medical nuclear and engineering services, providing a nationwide service from their three sites – Manchester, Birmingham and Cambridge.
A £2 million investment programme has driven the expansion of Wallwork Group in its three locations across Britain. As part of this expansion they have built on their already well established expertise in vacuum brazing, doubling the company’s capacity at the Cambridge site. They have also added a new state-of-the-art vacuum brazing workshop to the Manchester site in order for them to expand their national coverage. Each establishment has an array of vacuum furnaces which enable components to be efficiently processed and offer bespoke development to full scale volume processing. The Cambridge site is looking to be extended further as a greater capacity is still apparently needed.
Feeling Hot Hot Hot
The process of nitride is offered in multiple ways by the Wallwork Group, embracing thermal treatments like salt baths and computer controlled furnace treatment.
The Manchester branch specialises in the treatment of aluminium and magnesium alloy treatments which now have the accreditation of the international aerospace Nadcap standard. Birmingham has become the company’s centre of excellence for engineering components of large size, as it has one of the largest, most advanced Seco Warwick vacuum furnaces across the UK.
Heat Treatment Solutions From NiTEC
NiTEC offer heat treatments which can be used for stress relieving and de-embrittlement purposes and can be used as both a pre-plate and post-plate treatment. High temperature heat treatments solutions are also offered which last for substantial lengths of time. These diffuse an electroless nickel layer in the steel, giving flexibility to the coating, whilst keeping the deposits corrosion protection levels high. NiTECs heat treatment furnaces range from 0 to 700 °C and staff use chart recording equipment in order for temperature changes to be monitored and recorded of the furnace itself and the work, too. Through this, staff are enabled to create heat treatment profiles to work out shotblasting solutions.
NiTEC Heat Treatments, Sheffield
Here at NiTEC UK, we are experts in heat treatment solutions. If you would like to find out more about heat treatment or any of the other metal plating services that we offer, such as electroless nickel plating, diffused nickel plating, copper plating and shotblasting, please call our friendly and professional team on 0845 224 3571, email us at info@NiTEC-enp.co.uk or alternatively, you can get in touch with us via our contact page.