We’re professional engineers solving problems for business in Norfolk and Suffolk with a pragmatic, practical approach. We work across a range of industries with regular clients from the food industry, book distribution, the leisure industry and the energy sector. You can find out more about our work by reading some of our recent case studies here. Or for a visual snapshot of what we do, check out this handy infographic.
Our services can be broadly broken down under seven categories or work. We often find that new clients request our help with one area of their business, to fix an emergency breakdown, for example. They then see the value we can bring and contract our engineers to work on-site on a regular basis to help improve efficiency, ensure compliance and train staff.
Motor and gearbox breakdown, belt and chain repairs, mechanical coupling work and plant and equipment installation, including mounting and alignment. Routine lubrication, fault and failure investigation, repair and replacement of bearings.
Repairs and overhauls of pumps, rams, actuators and control components. Refurbishment of oil coolers and associated fittings and solid and flexible pipework.
Motor and power circuit failure, control circuits and component fault investigation and inverter motor control diagnosis.
Diagnostic and repair, control panel design, build and installation, safety and guard circuit fault diagnosis, control and operation via PLC.
Mechanical component failure, control circuity, safety edge fault diagnosis, impact damage repair, installation and upgrades.
Mechanical component inspection and repair, electrical control component repair and replacement, control circuit fault diagnosis and rectification, repairs and improvements to guards, gates and access points (electrical and mechanical).
From concept to commissioning in a variety of different applications and materials (mild steel, stainless steel, pvc), making frames, protective covers and guards, component construction, machine modifications, access platforms and fixed ladders.
Basic lubrication and maintenance procedures, development of standard operating procedures, guiding staff to undertake basic engineering tasks.