Mach Expo 2018 is an event organised by the Manufacturing Technologies Association. Many of the exhibitors at Mach 2018 are involved in machine tools, cutting tools, metrology equipment, and CAD/CAM software.
Engineering Utilities will be exhibiting at this years Mach Expo. The company is a family business, spearheaded by a quartet of brothers, with over 100 years of combined experience in supplying equipment and consumables for metal surface conditioning. Mach Expo is an opportunity for Engineering Utilities to share their vast experience, which enables them to supply high-quality products to their industry.
Having previously exhibited at the event in 2010 when the original Tig Brush TBE-250 was launched, as well as in 2016, Engineering Utilities have a variety of newer products to show in 2018. They also have a newly designed stand to set the stage for their metal finishing know how.
A host of products will be on show including Tig Brush TBE440, the stainless steel weld cleaning system by the award winning inventor Ensitech, the Eisenblatter POLY PTX 802HT grinding machines, NS Maquinas machines for metal finishing and polishing and a large number of safety equipment and accessories.
This years exhibition will have two main showstopper product ranges. These are Cleanspace and the Tig Brush SSALLY, which the team will be proudly displaying and demonstrating at the exhibitor stand.
Cleanspace manufacture protective respiratory equipment. Engineering Utilities will have a number of their products at the show including the Cleanspace 2, Cleanspace Ultra and Cleanspace EX. Key features of all these masks include the following.
– Lightweight (500g) and compact.
– Comfortable over long periods.
– Quick and easy to fit.
– Highly portable.
– No hoses, cables or belt mounted battery packs.
– Up to 8 hours run time.
– Portacount fit testing.
– Little or no maintenance required.
– Few parts, meaning low inventory.
– PPE compatible.
Wide range of particulate filters available.
Tig Brush SSALLY introduces dynamic fluid control to stainless steel weld cleaning systems, using a Smart Fluid Delivery System (SFDS) and automatic current selection, which gives the user a greater level of control. This will not only deliver better results, but will also enable the user to save valuable time.
The NEC in Birmingham will be the venue for Mach Exp between the 9th and 13th of April, with Engineering Utilities exhibiting industry leading products for the full duration of the exhibition.
The team have extensive product experience and knowledge. For instance Murray Soulsby of Engineering Utilities has been selling Eisenblatter products since 1991, enjoying a brilliant working relationship with the manufacturer throughout.
If you’re attending the exhibition and would like to speak to one of our team to arrange a demonstration, give us a call before you attend the event on 0113 255 8887 and we’ll be happy to schedule a chat.