RUST-FREE FABRICATIONS – GUARANTEED

At CH Barnett, we understand that in sectors where hygiene is paramount, rust-free fabrications are essential.

The solution to preventing rust spotting is to source your equipment and machinery from a fabricator who never uses mild steel but only works with stainless steel and aluminium.  This means that there is no chance of cross-contamination with even the smallest amount of ferrous metals, plus your machinery is hygienic, has a sanitary finish and is resistant to corrosion.

CH BARNETT – YOUR ANSWER TO RUST-FREE FABRICATIONS

CH Barnett is a specialist in producing stainless steel and aluminium fabrications for the food, medical and pharmaceutical sectors. We only use aluminium and stainless steel to ensure a hygienic and sanitary finish with surfaces that are easy to clean and are rust-free and corrosion-resistant – even from the harsh chemicals that are used to clean them.

We provide a comprehensive fabrication service all under one roof, allowing us to offer a quality guaranteed, streamlined service.  Our services include design, CNC cutting and bending, drilling, rolling, MIG, TIG and spot welding, assembly and shot blasting.

This ‘one-stop-shop’ provision, together with our stringent quality control, ensures that we are able to meet our customers’ expectations and timescales every time, with no exception.

RUST-FREE AND RELIABLE – TWO GUARANTEES FROM US

2020 has been difficult for every business, so in times like these you need a supplier who won’t let you down.  With 60 staff and a large production facility, we have the space and capacity to safely take on your projects, no matter how large and complex.

As a long-established fabrication company, we are not going anywhere. Once we have agreed to undertake your project, we will always deliver – and on time too.

To discuss your next project, or to speak to us about our guaranteed rust-free fabrications, please call us on 0121 773 5222, email us at sales@chbarnett.co.uk, or complete your details on our contact form.

This article was updated on February 19, 2021