A&J Fabtech Water Division is celebrating 30 years in the industry and is continuing its history of developing innovative solutions for the treatment of water and wastewater
Over the years the company has built an unrivalled ability to understand the individual needs of each project and to design installations that meet these using a mixture of standard and bespoke plant and equipment.
A&J Fabtech is headquartered in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire and has large scale UK manufacturing capabilities. Indeed it is one of a rare breed of British companies that not only designs and manufactures a wide range of water treatment equipment in-house, including half-bridge, three-quarter bridge and full bridge rotary scrapers and thickeners for both dirty and clean water applications, but it can also supply fixed bridge scrapers, skimmers, thickeners, tanks and vessels and all necessary pipework.
The company is equally committed to supporting water treatment plants with comprehensive capabilities for maintenance, repair and servicing, as well as being able to assist with development and modernisation plans.
Founded in 1974, originally to build concrete moulding machines, it grew rapidly, regularly developing new capabilities and entering new markets such as rail, power and wind power. By the turn of the century it was well established internationally, with operations in Europe and Asia. All of these activities are linked through a core competence for precision, high-quality design and manufacture.
The Water Division was formed in 1994 and as its reputation in the field grew, larger contracts and framework agreements were secured with some of the UK’s leading water treatment companies. Its manufacturing systems conform to BS EN 1090, Execution of Steel and Aluminium Structures, and it is registered on the Utilities Vendor Database (UVDB) with Verify accreditation.
“A&J Fabtech Water Division brings together a dedicated professional team of engineers whose years of experience in the water industry and understanding of plant and equipment design is unsurpassed,” says Managing Director Mark Wright.
“We work closely with our customers to assess existing plant and develop solutions that address both current and future needs. Naturally we are very aware of the industry’s special requirements, such as the need to always maintain operations yet be cost effective and efficient at every stage of a project.”
The Division has long-standing framework agreements in place with a number of key water companies and also manufactures proprietary scrapers for other companies. Its core product range encompasses settlement tank equipment and accessories to suit any site or customer requirement, designed and built to the highest standards and installed by the in-house installation team.
“We have a work ethic of continuous improvement,” says Mark Wright, “so are always seeking ways to develop our products and to create the best value service for our customers. We only deliver high quality engineered products for our customers, based on our close-knit supply chain. The skills and expertise of our in-house site services and installation teams ensure a first class approach to customer care.”