Barnshaws metal bending services featured in Pipelines International
We are very happy and honoured to see our metal bending services featured in Pipelines International Industry News.
We recognise that ‘as the world’s energy requirements grow, and resources become more expensive and scarce, the need for a more efficient pipeline bending method increases’.
Barnshaws plate rolling expertise helps produce fresh water and electricity
Barnshaw’s Bending Centre in Hamilton was recently awarded with an innovative project involving a wave device for a leading UK offshore company. This was due to Barnshaw’s company’s previous experience working within the renewables sector and our competitive prices / quick turnaround time.
£16m pool shaped by Barnshaws will make a splash at South Shields seafront
Planning chiefs in South Tyneside have given the green light to a £16m project.
It will see a prime spot on the South Shields seafront turned into a leisure centre complete with 25m swimming pool, learner pool, fitness suite and sauna, cafe and exhibition space.
Barnshaws stainless steel tube bending for ‘Working Hands’ sculpture
A 7ft high stainless steel sculpture has been unveiled at Merryton Roundabout to mark the regeneration of Larkhall. The ‘Working Hands’ sculpture, which is made of stainless steel and Caithness stone, comprises two raised hands in outline with wrapped-in threads rising to form a lark.
Barnshaw’s Hamilton curve one of Britain’s tallest sculptures for Olympics
At 115 meters tall, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is set to be one of the tallest sculptures in Britain, and a lasting tribute to the 2012 London Olympics. Visitors will have the opportunity to climb the continuous looping lattice of tubular steel via its long spiraling walkway, bent by Barnshaw Steel Bending Hamilton.
The staircase is made up of modules, constructed using spiral box sections up to 300mm deep. The sections had to be mandrel spiraled which was a new tequnique; developed by Barnshaws Hamilton Branch, specifically for the sculpture.