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A digital version of our company brochure is now available to view and download. In it you’ll find lots of information about us, our services and products.
The details for ChemUK 2021 have been delayed, so we are now looking forward to meeting our existing and potential new customers on 15–16 September at the NEC, Birmingham.
We’re busy making plans to ensure you a warm welcome on stand C20 where we will be showcasing our range of powder processing, process equipment and rotary engineering products and services.
We all are working in challenging and unprecedented circumstances. At British Rema, the health, safety and wellbeing of all our employees and delivering on our commitments to our customers remain of paramount importance.
We are following the UK government’s advice on Covid-19 closely and are maintaining our high production and hygiene standards throughout our manufacturing facilities and offices.
Where possible, our teams are working from home and travelling where safe to do so. We will be answering calls and emails as usual so please contact us as normal regarding our services and equipment.
We look forward to continuing to work with you during these difficult times.
British Rema Processing and Process Equipment
+44 (0)1246 269955
British Rema Rotary Engineering
+44 (0)1246 292700
Or get in touch via our contact us page.
We are looking forward to meeting both existing and potential new customers at ChemUK 2020, 13–14 May in Manchester, where we will be showcasing our range of powder processing, process equipment and rotary engineering products and services.
Come and say hello to us on stand K21 and we’ll promise you a warm welcome.
During November our rotary engineering team have been busy sharing their know-how at two productive training seminars held in the UK and South Africa.
More than 50 of our customers from the cement, chemicals, fertilisers and minerals industries across the UK, Europe and South Africa joined us to gain new knowledge and skills in mechanical maintenance of rotary kilns and vessels.
“The feedback we are receiving this year is exceptionally positive, again, and the participants are already implementing their newly-acquired insight and technical skills. Our seminars focus on helping our customers to better understand their rotary vessels, to spot potential problems and understand the root causes, carry out corrective and preventative procedures and know when to call us for help.”
Steve Machin – Technical Manager, British Rema Rotary Engineering
“The course was and will be a great help to me in my new role and knowing that I can contact you in the future for any technical advice or assistance will be much appreciated. I’ve already mentioned it to the other area leaders on site regarding future courses.”
UK seminar attendee
Following recent projects in Jordan, Oman, Egypt, Philippines, Iraq, Kazakhstan and the UAE, our rotary engineering division has now successfully completed major projects in China – continuing British Rema’s expansion into new and exciting markets.
The foundation for entering the Chinese market was established three years ago when our rotary engineering team was asked to help a global agri-foods business resolve performance issues with their Chinese-sourced OEM two-pier rotary dryers located in Ukraine.
After an insightful inspection, report and resulting recommendations from our team, the rotary vessels were fitted with an improved design of tyres, rollers, roller bearings, bases and tyre fitting systems.
Due to the excellent performance improvements achieved, our team was then asked to carry out a similar scope of work in one of the company’s Russian plants – which has now also been returned to full operating efficiency, resulting in a thoroughly delighted client.
Based upon these successful outcomes in Ukraine and Russia, the rotary engineering team was subsequently asked to carry out full inspections on three plants across the Chinese mainland.
Following our inspections last year, we recommended that tyre and roller resurfacing combined with realignment of the vessels would be enough to bring all three plants back to full operating efficiency. The resurfacing and realignment works were carried out in September 2019, again resulting in an immediate positive impact on plant productivity.
We’re incredibly proud that our rotary engineering team’s technical ability, experience and know-how enabled them to achieve outstanding performance and reliability improvements for our client whilst carrying out a broad range of services from basic alignment and grinding work through to inspections, design, supply and installation of major parts on a global basis.
Mark joined British Rema in May of this year bringing to the team extensive experience of managing supply chain quality and leading business development and commercial activities, gained principally in the automotive sector working for international companies including Bentley, JCB and Cummins.
He has extensive experience in the application of manufacturing process improvement techniques such as Six Sigma and Kaizen.
Mark’s appointment as general manager of our processing division will consolidate the unique role our team and technologies play in transforming high-performance materials for use worldwide in aerospace, chemical, mineral and medical applications.
British Rema’s Processing division is looking for experienced shift leaders to join the powder processing production team in Chesterfield, UK.
Our mission is to sustain our position as a trusted partner in the supply chains of the global aerospace, chemical and mineral industries.
If this excites you as much as it does us and you have experience of taking responsibility for a team whilst ensuring quality standards and KPIs are met, we would love to hear from you.
You can request the shift leader job specification and send your CV with a covering letter highlighting how you could contribute to our team via email to Edita Stubbs, Production Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve been working hard over the last few months to update our brand to better reflect the determined personality and exacting standards of our world-class scientific and engineering teams.
Alongside our rebrand, Phillips Kiln Services Europe (PKSE) is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of British Rema and the company has changed its name to British Rema Rotary Engineering Ltd.
We have taken this opportunity to unite our three divisions under one common operating brand to convey their shared ethos, values and standards, which are expressed in our new informative and accessible group website.
Our completely new and improved look, feel and direction builds on our recent growth in new markets and territories whilst reflecting over 90 years of heritage. It also provides us with a platform to showcase our years of hard-earned experience and continued commitment to sector-leading levels of customer service.
British Rema has installed a new generation of its rotary classifier impact mill (CLM) at its processing facility in Chesterfield, UK, increasing capacity by 33%.
Once processed, the polymer material is used as an ingredient within composites manufacturing and is used in many applications ranging from aerospace to renewable energy generation.
The new CLM equipment incorporates a high-level control system to enable greater process control, reducing variability and enabling greater stability in production. A SCADA data acquisition system is also integrated, allowing the operation to be monitored remotely and in real-time through a variety of graphical and numerical data points. This enables optimisation of the milling system’s efficiency and capacity and identification of any potential problem points within the process and system.
Simon Abbott, general manager of British Rema’s Processing division, commented, “In response to our aerospace customers’ demands for process controls and product traceability, our long-term plan is to roll out this technology across the whole of the processing facility to ensure tighter quality controls. This data-driven programme of continuous improvement will benefit all our contract processing customers.”
British Rema’s Process Equipment engineering team are currently working on replicating the design and build of a similar CLM plant incorporating the SCADA system for installation at one of our customer’s facilities overseas.