We are delighted to announce that Euroseal has completed major planned infrastructure improvements that boost our manufacturing facility, increase extrusion capacity and expand the services we can offer to our clients.
The company made a six-figure investment in a programme of improvements completed this summer, including the installation of a new twin-screw extrusion line, mezzanine floor and the construction of a new tooling design workshop and servicing facility.
Equipped with one of the UK’s most technically advanced extrusion facilities, Euroseal offers extensive experience in the manufacture of a diverse range of thermoplastic extrusions, including rigid profile and co-extrusions in PVC, wood composite, HDPE, Polystyrene, Polypropylene and ABS.
These improvements have rewarded us with an increased capacity to extrude profiles from 40g to 6kg per metre and 0.7mm to 10mm thick, including construction products such as curtain walling pressure plates, conservatory and window profiles and cladding. We can also manufacture electrical extrusions, automotive profiles, hygienic wall and ceiling profiles and garden decking.
Complete with the introduction of Euroseal’s fifth twin screw line – our ninth in total – the investment gives us a higher level of service and product flexibility than ever before.
Chris Duff, Business Development Manager at Euroseal, said: “We have had an exceptional year to date, running close to capacity throughout the first half of the year running a standard shift pattern.
“That had put pressure on our storage facility and our extrusion lines. The creation of the mezzanine floor has allowed us to increase our materials storage by a further 70 tonnes and the space to bring in a new line, increasing our overall capacity.
“The tooling design workshop will allow us to better support our customers in developing and designing their own products and tooling. This starts with CAD design but goes far beyond dimensions – understanding of the extrusion process, speeds and behaviour of varying thermoplastics is key to effective design.”