UK office > +44 (0) 1768 483 669
Mobile [emergency contact] > +44 (0) 7836 757 339

Foretract Engineering Ltd | 33 Howard Park | CA11 0TU

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Case Study 1

Case Study 1

Seized Studs removed from Main Body of Plastic Extrusion Pump for International Chemical Company

Contact was made with Foretract Engineering by a major chemical company based near Manchester at 0830hrs.

Case Study 2

Case Study 2

Broken crankshaft Balance weight bolt on ship's main engine

Foretract deploy to Denmark to carry out urgent stud removal from supply vessel main engine crankshaft. 

Case Study 3

Case Study 3

Generator has problem with crankshaft damper studs

A leading power supply company which uses methane engines on landfill sites approached Foretract with a problem.

Case Study 4

Case Study 4

Snapped cylinder head stud on large tanker - UAE

The VLCC Milkyway had snapped a cylinder head stud on her main engine which was a large slow speed two stroke.

Services Overview

  • Rapid removal of seized/broken studs from 6mm up to 100mm diameter.
  • Worldwide service from strategic bases in Europe, Middle and Far East.
  • Foretract use the latest in house developed Spark Erosion (Metal Disintegration) Equipment.
  • Lightweight equipment can travel with technicians on commercial flights.
  • Ultrasonic crack testing of cylinder head studs.
  • Remote removal of broken cylinder head studs on marine engines making strip down of cylinder unit unnecessary.
  • Database of stud sizes and mounting plates required for most Marine Engines and Gas Turbines.
  • Safety and Environmental policy.
  • Fully trained professional personnel.
  • Extensive product and PLI cover.

HOW TO FIND FORETRACT

Foretract Engineering Ltd, 33 Howard Park, Greystoke, Cumbria, CA11 0TU

UK office > +44 (0) 17684 83669

Mobile > +44 (0) 7836 757339

We are just off the A66 nr Penrith North Cumbria. (Junction 40 on M6)

This project is supported by the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) for which Defra is the Managing Authority, part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.