ARI-Armaturen UK Ltd. is a subsidiary of a large German engineering company, reputed to have the largest valve stock in Europe.
We specialise in pipeline equipment for the steam and condensate loop, hot water, thermal oil and products, including an extensive range of valves, controls and steam trapping equipment in cast iron, SG iron, cast and forged steel and stainless steel. These include:
• Control Valves
• Isolation Valves
• Safety Valves
• Steam trapping
• Heat Exchange Systems
These products are produced to exacting German, European, ANSI other internationally recognised standards, and covered by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance DIN EN ISO 9001.
We have completed many successful projects including for the NHS, Food and Beverage and EfW sectors, as well as smaller process and building services projects.
We also supply prestigious OEMs where quality, price and consistency are vital.
UK based, Allspeeds is the sole manufacturer of Webtool hydraulic ROV cutters and systems, Tangye lifting jacks and hydrostatic test pumps, Millingford sucker rod pumps, Kopp variable speed drives and Blake Hydram water pumps.
The high performance products Allspeeds manufacture are used in many demanding, mission critical applications in the Oil and Gas, Subsea, Maritime, Nuclear Decommissioning, Military, Aviation and Construction industries. The world class design and engineering excellence of Allspeeds Ltd, coupled with industry leading manufacturing and knowledge is the trademark of our business.
Agenda PR is a specialist business-to-business PR and Marketing consultancy within international engineering markets and associated industries, Agenda PR provides clients with technical marketing communications expertise, translating their complex products and service offerings into impactful PR programmes, customer friendly literature, content and copy across a wide range of social media platforms. Located near Manchester, NW England, and Hengelo, The Netherlands, Agenda PR and Marketing is ideally situated to serve the engineering sector in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Portugal and other international markets.
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