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Bespoke handling equipment for alcohol barrels

At St Clare Engineering we design and manufacture bespoke drum and barrel handling equipment, either stand-alone or fitted to forklift trucks, moving barrels of all shapes and sizes for the drinks industry.

Keeping COVID-19 Secure

St Clare Engineering is part of the essential supply chain and so are operating at close to full capacity. Obviously, as with all businesses, we have had to make many changes to the way we operate as a business to ensure we are COVID compliant.

By |20 January, 2021|Categories: Business updates, Safety|0 Comments

Grab-O-Matic video product demonstrations

They say actions speak louder than words, and this certainly applies when it come to our broad range of fork lift drum handling equipment and why we have created a series of handy videos to demonstrate our products. 

Manufacturing a bespoke mobile mixing bowl lifter & tilter

If you take a look at the range of bespoke products we manufacture you’ll see we turn our expertise to a broad range of drum attachments to solve problems for different industries. Recently, for example, Wessex Resins & Adhesives a manufacturer of epoxy products asked us to design and manufacture a safe way to lift, move and tilt large, 1100mm-diameter mixing bowls while ensuring the content at the bottom of the bowls could be safely removed to reduce waste.

Working in conjunction with leading hydraulic forklift truck attachment company B&B Attachments

Fork lift truck attachments are used in conjunction with a fork lift truck to lift, carry, crane, push, pull, hold, dispense, rotate and clamp drums and other materials. They can either be mechanically or hydraulically operated.

By |26 October, 2020|Categories: Drum handling, Drum lifting, Drum moving, Drum rotating, Featured products|0 Comments

Drum handling in a potentially explosive (ATEX) atmosphere

We manufacture various options for ATEX (Atmospheres Explosible) drum handlers that can be used where a spark is likely to cause an explosion.

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