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Kingfisher to exhibit at Concrete Show

Concrete silo

Kingfisher industrial will be for the first time exhibiting at the UK's largest specialist concrete event, The UK Concrete Show, on 15-16 February 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham. The exhibition promises to be bigger and better than ever, occupying the largest show hall in Europe and featuring the performance of both indoor and outdoor demo areas.

Kingfisher specialise on enhancing existing and new process plant and equipment used for handling highly abrasive bulk material. As concrete producers invest in high quality concrete mixers, transfer chutes, silos, pipework and other key equipment to ensure a smooth, continuous process of operation, they depend on equipment being robust enough to cater for the many thousands of tonnes of sand, gravel and cement, all of which cause wear and tear throughout the plant.

Kingfisher offer reliable solutions for concrete and building material producers and can guarantee protection from this type of wear and abrasion for up to 10 years, offering a full turnkey package consisting of design, manufacture, surface protection and installation. They work with manufacturers with the aim to improve productivity, increase efficiency and eliminate environmental issues whilst reducing maintenance downtime and production costs.

John Connolly, managing director, commented: 'Kingfisher continue to set new standards of quality, innovation and service in both local and overseas markets, having recently been CE certified we can safely say with us, quality is assured!'

Kingfisher’s technical sales engineers will be on hand at the exhibition to discuss requirements and offer unbiased advice on how to keep plant turning and revenue coming in, visit them on stand C40, Hall 5.

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