For the last 25 years our team of lehr specialists have carried out a wide range of mechanical and electrical works on lehrs. From new installs to full decommissioning and removal to on-site relocation moves. We are a trusted lehr services specialist, providing support to both glass and lehr manufacturers.
Our core services include:
- New lehrs
- Refurbished lehrs
Maintenance, repairs & modifications
- Belt exchanges
- Roller replacements
- Bearing replacements
- Fan overhauls
- Internal repairs
Complete electrical services
- Wiring (full or partial)
- Re-wiring (full or partial)
- Electrical control systems
Decommissioning, Movement & Removal
- Safe movement of lehr sections
- Qualified in-house slinger/signallers
Lehr manufacturers often call on our services when they are unable to fulfil contracts due to capacity issues and our team of engineers are on hand to act as an extension to their team, however, we also work directly for many of our glass manufacturing customers providing the services they need to keep downtime to a minimum and ensure continued operations.
Our expertise covers both annealing and decorating lehrs and you can count on us whether its planned or unplanned works. We offer a wide range of services to our customers, whether they are looking to install a new lehr to increase performance and decorating efficiencies at minimised energy consumptions or whether they are simply looking at refurbishing their existing lehrs, we are on hand to support your needs.
Did you know?
Glass isn’t only formed in glass plants. It can be formed naturally by lightening when it strikes a beach. The heat sometimes fuses the sand into long, slender glass tubes called fulgurites. It can also be formed by volcanoes – the intense heat of a volcanic eruption can fuse the rock and sand into a glass called Obsidian Glass. Impactite Glass is formed during the impact of meteorites on Earth.
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