Investment reaping rewards for Sarginsons
October 8, 2013
Sarginsons is reaping the rewards of further investment into low pressure cell technology, with growth into new sectors.
The aluminium diecasting expert expanded its manufacturing capacity in 2012, by purchasing two new low pressure cells. Now, with three pieces of the specialist machinery housed at its Coventry headquarters, the company has gone on to produce a variety of complex rotary actuators for the gas, oil and nuclear sectors.
Roy Sims, Sarginsons joint managing director, said: “With three cells at our disposal, we are now able to offer customers more machine time, meeting more of their requirements.
“The demand for low-pressure aluminium diecasting is rapidly increasing, making it an exciting time for growth for Sarginsons. With cell four pencilled in for summer 2014, we’re expecting our work levels in this area to increase, with new projects and requirements from a range of industries.”
Using low pressure diecasting technology, Sarginsons is able to produce a variety of components, including automotive cross members, sub-frames, knuckles and wheels, to gas, oil and nuclear rotary actuators, as well as safety barrier systems.
“One thing is for certain – low pressure is here to stay and we’re looking forward to our future in this area of manufacturing. With our ever-increasing manufacturing capacity, we are looking to stay at the forefront for the UK supplier base,” Mr Sims added.