Manufacture and assembly works are undertaken in our modern well-equipped workshop, by our experienced tradesmen and mechanical engineers in compliance with ISO9001. All items, from assembly details to fabrications, are tracked throughout the manufacture process to ensure that they meet the correct tolerances and are available in the sequence required to meet the assembly process requirements.

Planned investment in plant and machinery has enabled CSL to expand our workshop operations and bring about greater efficiency and control throughout the whole manufacture process. Our ability to undertake manufacture in-house further improves our competitiveness whilst maintaining our stringent quality requirements.

Regular project meetings enable a close interaction between the management, drawing office, workshop and purchasing functions ensuring that potential problem areas can be quickly identified and overcome; ensuring projects stay on schedule.

Electrical control panels and wiring looms are designed, built and tested by our team of experienced electrical engineers prior to the commissioning of all machinery. This will be undertaken in the workshop before final commissioning on site. We find that when practical, this thorough procedure aids an efficient and trouble free installation phase. All work complies with CE guidelines.

Our attention to detail ensures that strict production standards and guidelines are maintained at all times. All work is undertaken in compliance with our established quality procedures and only commercial items of proven quality from reliable suppliers are used. This ensures that all items manufactured by CSL are hard wearing and long lasting.

Sheet metal

In addition to the general engineering tooling we are also well equipped to offer an extensive sheetmetal service with the following in-house facilities: 2.5m guillotine, HACO 50 tonne press brake, fly press and associated tooling, spot welding equipment as well as the general welding and fabrication equipment that you would associate with a modern workshop.

With over 40 years experience in undertaking sheetmetal work of varying size and complexity, our sheetmetal foreman is confident of being able to meet any sheetmetal requirement - including fine limit tolerance work. Work can be undertaken in aluminium, mild or stainless steel.

Typical sheetmetal applications that we can undertake are as follows:

Guarding: machine safety, security grills, security/anti vandalism cages

Cabinets: electrical control, dry risers, gun cabinets, fire hose cabinets, medical equipment

General: trolleys, guttering, chassis work, general fabrication

We are happy to quote for prototyping and batchwork, as required.