Refurbishing rotating parts

September 2012
MWP (Online Edition);9/28/2012, p858
Trade Publication
The article reports on the investments of engineering firm Rewinds & J. Windsor & Sons (Engineers) Ltd. (RJW) in a new spiral welding machine in Liverpool, England. It is inferred that the spiral welding machine will be essential for chemical and paper processing, quarrying and the general industry. The welding machine was developed by engineering manager Mark Lavelle.


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