Amidst the buzz of Subcon (7-9 June, NEC) one stand in particular has been noted for its “Exceptional” workmanship.

The Emsea stand, D63, has been highlighted as striking by visitors and organisers alike with a large focus placed on the intricate ‘bucket’ proudly displayed near the walkway.

Manufactured entirely in-house

Manufactured entirely in-house the bespoke Screening Bucket is designed to filter rubble from soil. Produced in mild steel the large attachment is formed from approximately 30 individual parts laser cut on the Bystronic 3015 ByAutonom 6KW laser and Trumpf L3030CNC Laser 4KW machines.

The pieces are then formed on the Amada HFE 5020 Hydraulic Press Brake and step bends completed on the LVD Press Brake.

After tapping the bucket is assembled and MIG welded with extreme care to ensure that the dimensional accuracy of the item is maintained.

“Beautiful welding on display at Subcon”

emsea Subcon stand featuring screening bucket

“It’s a real skill to ensure the bucket remains square and we manage this by making our own jigs and using an exceptional welder,” commented Elliott Causer, Sales Engineer.

He continued: “We have had so many comments whilst here at Subcon on the beauty of the welding, I was even asked if it was robot welded, it is that precise.”

One of the larger samples exhibited at the show, the piece reflects Emseas diverse and specialist turnkey offering.

A full and comprehensive engineering service”

The last year has been a period of significant growth for the company, with ambitious expansion plans well underway.

Director Chris Sweet said: “During this time of intense growth it is important that Emsea retains its established values of quality, customer service and professionalism, whilst physically demonstrating high quality workmanship.

“We feel it’s important to let people know how far we have come over the last twelve years and that we have evolved into a full and comprehensive UK based engineering service.”

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