With the need for improved swarf handling, CROMAR enhanced an existing 3’’ conveyor to facilitate a larger skip. This was achieved by increasing the height of the existing conveyor and adding a reciprocating conveyor to evenly distribute the swarf into the skip. Main challenges included: Ensuring heavy weight supporting structure Adapting to existing conveyor Working […]
Neil Vodden joined Frederick Crowther in 2013 as Quality Manager bringing over 30 years experience in Engineering Management to the business. He has worked in production, quality, and business improvement environments throughout his career gaining knowledge and experience in Lean Manufacturing, inspection, quality control and manufacturing processes through working to ISO 9001:2015 quality system requirements […]
As an organisation committed to continued growth and leadership within our industry, we look to the talent emerging from local schools and colleges to drive us forward. We provide apprenticeships in partnership with local training providers, to develop the skills and expertise that will secure the long term aspirations of our business and encourage our […]
Design and development of the well known steel telescopic cover range for new design and refurbishment has now a modern design facility at the offices in Scotland. To add to the facility in Scotland a new Amada press brake has been installed to deal with the ever increasing accuracy of this product and also to […]
Cromar has recently designed, manufactured and installed a full underground swarf management system in Norway. The system was completed for a leading global manufacturer of aerospace and marine equipment. It comprises of heavy duty scraper conveyors and belt conveyors suitable for handling large volumes of ferrous swarf. The system is operated by a fully integrated […]
Cromar exhibited at MACH 2010 and did have some success, although the exhibition was fairly quiet in comparison to a few years ago. Cromar Metal Products, which is part of the organisation that is based in the borders of Scotland, has also seen some serious developments and changes in the last 12 months.
We are now able to offer the supply of Briquetting machines suitable for handling Aluminium swarf produced from either turning/machining operations. -Profits from the sale of compacted swarf, increase income from scrap by converting chips to briquettes. -90-95% of coolant residue extracted from swarf. -Massive reductions in storage of Aluminium swarf. -Can be managed in […]
Recently developed, the Cromar Rotamag is a further addition to the Cromar range of swarf handling equipment. -Designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards, it incorporates rare earth magnets, a 316 stainless steel casing and reliable drive/gear box combination. -Available in a variety of lengths from 500mm to 2 metres. – Adaptable to virtually […]