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Aerospace heat treatment specialist, Wallwork Heat Treatment, has achieved new accreditations from Augusta Westland the UK and Italian helicopter company and from USA based, international aerospace components supplier Goodrich Actuation Systems. Wallwork HT already has extensive approvals for its metal hardening processes from Airbus, Bombardier, NADCAP, APPH, BAe, and Rolls Royce.

The new Wallwork certifications are for case hardening to vacuum heat treatment. This process is applied to aerospace and engineering components to improve performance and endurance. Typically, these are safety critical elements of the engine, landing gear, actuators or airframe that perform under stress or harsh conditions. Auditing showed that Wallwork apply the highest standards to product preparation, treatment and quality assurance.

Operating from three sites in the UK in Manchester, Birmingham and Cambridge, Wallwork is able to service aerospace manufacturers anywhere in the country. The company has its own fleet of vehicles for collection and delivery of components and operates round the clock so that treated items are returned quickly to customers to meet lean manufacturing needs.

“We are investing all the time in plant and skilling up our employees to meet the increasing demands of UK aerospace and engineering companies. It is encouraging to win new approvals and to be able to extend our services to new customers and markets,” said sales director Simeon Collins.

More Information
Contact, Simeon Collins, Sales Director
Tel. +44 (0)161 797 9111 Fax. +44 (0)161 763 1861
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Wallwork Heat Treatment Ltd, Lord Street, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9 0RE

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