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In-house fabrication and manufacturing
Eliquo Hydrok is founded around a core of key, skilled engineers who share a common purpose - to offer a wide range of engineering based products and services, from design, through development to manufacture. This has expanded into a thriving manufacturing base specialising in stainless steel components.
Based in mid-Cornwall the company has state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, offering innovative and bespoke solutions to clients throughout the UK, Southern Ireland and further afield.
Eliquo Hydrok has a history of providing engineering solutions for the Water Industry and is the largest manufacturer of static and mechanical CSO Screens in Europe. Our manufacturing facilities operate within purpose built modern facilities using up-to-date machinery. Our tool room facilities occupy around 8,000 square feet and provide every aspect of precision engineering, with CNC lathes, machining centres, surface and cylindrical grinders, spark eroding, and skilled personnel.
Our fabrication area occupies over 10,000 square feet, allowing for very large structures to be assembled on the premises. This area includes 2 internal overhead cranes plus a vacuum lift for the safe handling of large sheets. A further external overhead crane has been installed allowing for space to be optimised and vehicle loading to be speeded up. The cranes allow Eliquo Hydrok to handle large and complex assemblies and structures permitting more 'offsite' manufacturing to meet the market demands and health and safety requirements 'onsite'.
Scope of the service
- Engineering solutions, design and drawing
- Tool design and making
- Sheet metal fabrication
- Interpretation of artistic design
- Product and prototype development
- Research and development
- Component design
- Control centres
- Architectural design
- CNC Machining
- Pipe work welding, design and fabrication
- On site installation
Our design department is supported by engineers that specialise in CDM requirements and can provide Method Statements and Risk Assessments when required to do so. Where on-site installations are required, this additional support enables our design team to follow projects through to completion. Ensuring a seamless transition from concept to commissioning, this provides significant cost advantages and assists in the implementation of effective health and safety initiatives. From design to installation we will be with you every step of the way.