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Stainless Steel Pump Packages For Nuclear Industry

Wednesday 30th January 2019

Work is underway in our Salford Facility for the production of 13 x Stainless Steel Pump Packages for a valued client in the Nuclear Industry.The Pump Packages are being fabricated using quality grade 1 Stainless Steel. This is due to high quality requirements of the Nuclear Industry.Click the following link...

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316L Stainless Steel Seal Pots Manufactured for UK Chemical Company

Tuesday 15th January 2019

At our Salford Facility Langfields recently completed 13 off Seal Pots for a UK based Chemicals Company manufactured to the following specifications – Outside Diameter = 508mmShell Thickness = 6mmMaterial of Construction = 316L Stainless SteelDesigned to PD5500 & PED To find out more about our pressure vessel capabilities click the following...

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316L Stainless Steel Storage Tank Completed for UK Chemicals Company

Tuesday 27th November 2018

At our Salford Facility Langfields recently completed a caustic storage tank for a UK chemicals company fabricated to the following specifications – Inside Diameter = 3500mm Main Shell Thickness = 6mm Material of Construction = 316L Stainless Steel To find out more about our storage tank capabilities click the following link...

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Langfields Exhibiting at NDA Estate Supply Chain Event

Tuesday 23rd October 2018

Langfields are looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s NDA Estate Supply Chain Event on 1st November at Event City, Manchester. The event is the largest networking event for nuclear decommissioning in Europe with over 1600 delegates attending last years event. Visit our stand F13 where members of staff look forward to...

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Langfields complete Cycle 300 for Cancer Research

Wednesday 3rd October 2018

In September Langfields entered a team of seven to take part in Cycle 300 for Cancer Research with each rider having to complete 300 miles during the month. On Sunday 30th September the team had completed a massive 2208 miles and raised an impressive £950 for Cancer Research. Well Done...

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