The scope of Rolls Royce approvals for the Bury (Manchester) site of metal thermal processing specialists, Wallwork Group has been extended to include the company’s new vacuum brazing facility. Wallwork already undertake aerospace work for Rolls Royce and it is hoped the new vacuum brazing unit will attract even more high value contracts.
“Bury is the largest of our three UK sites and already has extensive approvals for metal heat treatment processes,” explained sales manager Howard Maher. “Vacuum brazing is a relatively new addition to the services at this location and is a natural addition to the other high vacuum processes that we operate. Achieving Rolls Royce approval so soon after commissioning the new vacuum brazing development laboratory and assembly area is another feather in our cap.”
Bury is the lead aerospace processing site in the Wallwork Group and already has extensive approvals for mainstream heat treatments such as case hardening, carburising, hardening and tempering, nitriding and many other common processes. In addition to further Rolls Royce approval, the company also carries approvals from other aerospace primes, such as BAe Systems, Airbus, Safran, Bombardier, Moog and many others, for specific heat treatment processes.
Quality engineer Helen Ellis noted, “We are constantly working to extend the scope of our aerospace quality approvals to give clients confidence that our manufacturing processes conform to the highest standards.”
Howard Maher, Sales Manager
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Wallwork Group, Lord Street, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9 0RE
Release issued: January 23, 2017
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