Did you know that due to our experience and expertise in plastic and metal engineering, Bray Plastics are a sought after designer and manufacturer in the Defence industry?
We have completed a wide range of projects for Military suppliers – you can see a few of them below.
Ram pressure plates being machined and assembled for one particular recovery vehicle produced by EKA Limited.
An effective solution to the complex problem of supporting a Tablet PC on a pilot’s knee under the extremely demanding conditions of military aircraft operation, for Inzpire.
The Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) at Aldermarston had a specific machining requirement for this very special and brittle material and entrusted Bray Plastics to carry out the work.
Bespoke polycarbonate housing part formed, part fabricated (as shown in the video) solution which can be produced cost effectively in low to medium volumes – for PDA Electronics
Bespoke, customised services are what we offer. We are passionate about meeting your specific requirements and can offer specialist solutions and expertise for your projects.
It just starts with a phone call! Call us on 01525 219100 for an exploratory discussion on how we might help you.
Now that Duratec® 750 and Duratec® 1000 have been discontinued, what is the alternative when you require a quality, thermal and electrical insulating product?
TENMAT have developed a High Temperature Cement Board which is suitable for tough applications where thermal insulation is crucial. Sindanyo H91 is an asbestos-free cement board which is highly resistant to thermal shock and offers great thermal insulation performance and outstanding electrical properties. Sindanyo H91 can be used at temperatures of up to 700°C with no degredation of strength.
So if you have an application where you would previously have looked at using Duratec® 750 and Duratec® 1000 we can now work with Sindanyo H91 and produce quality components and products with the same quality electrical and thermal insulating properties.
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