|Registered at Companies House:||28 January, 1998 (20 years ago)|
|No of Employees:||n/a|
|Monday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Tuesday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Wednesday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Thursday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Friday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
Marcol is a plastic engineering company specialising in the production of large-scale chemical process plant and equipment. Our facilities in Bristol are fully equipped for the manufacture of large, bulky items such as storage vessels and tanks, large-bore pipework, machine guarding, dosing cabinets and scrubbing systems for chemical plants. These are just a few examples of the type of equipment regularly manufactured by Marcol.
At our Bristol factory we have a team of fully trained, vastly skilled welders who are well versed in the welding and fusion techniques used in modern plastics bonding and fabrication. Using the very latest equipment, they are able to fabricate very complex shapes from a range of materials, including PP, PVC, PVDF, ABS and HDPE.
The Marcol team takes great pride in offering a quality service - a service that encompasses product design and development as well as manufacturing. We can offer expert advice and guidance on new ideas and even provide you with detailed drawings and specifications. The service we provide can also include installation.
Marcol Fabrications Ltd has been manufacturing plastic products and equipment for over 20 years. In that time we have worked on all kinds of projects from small welding jobs to complete installations of process plant, scrubbing systems and other large-scale equipment. Our clients have included small businesses as well as large multi-national companies working across various industrial sectors, including aerospace, construction, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, nuclear energy, utilities and steel production.
You can find out more about who we are and what we do by visiting Marcol Fabrications online. If you have a project you would like to discuss with a member of our management team, please just give us a call or send your enquiry via email. We are always on hand to help.
Our experience in the plastic fabrication sector goes back more than 30 years, so you can be confident in the quality of our workmanship. To ensure our standards never slip we perform quality checks throughout the manufacturing process and conduct comprehensive end-product quality reviews.
The Marcol manufacturing facility in Bristol is fully equipped with large-scale production equipment that enables us to engineer large, bulky items with ease. The people who use this equipment are fully trained and vastly skilled in plastic welding and fusion techniques.
If you would like to find out more about our manufacturing capacity (including how we are able to produce skid-mounted equipment in order to reduce on-site installation costs), please head over to the Marcol Fabrications website.
Marcol’s after-sales services include modification, maintenance and repairs. We’ll make changes or improvements to your installations where required, and we’ll carry out maintenance whenever needed.
Routine maintenance is essential in ensuring continued operation of the equipment as well as the safety of the operator. Having your plant inspected on a regular basis means problems can be highlighted and addressed before they lead to a breakdown.
If you do experience a breakdown then Marcol can respond immediately – usually within 24 hours, in fact. Our aim is to get you up and running again so that downtime is kept to an absolute minimum.
This is an area of particular expertise for the Marcol team, and we can offer a number of different solutions. Often, a packed-tower unit with a once-through water-drenching spray system will be sufficient to scrub and clean fumes produced from decanting. However, procedures that involve continuous use will need a larger unit that incorporates a water re-circulation pump, an extraction fan, a chemical dosing system and a wastewater treatment or effluent system.
To discuss your cleaning requirements with an expert, just give us a call or send your enquiry via email.
Before entering the scrubbing system, process gases must be captured using an extraction system (Marcol is able design, supply and install these too). Suction generated by an extraction fan will force the gases into the side inlet of the scrubber and up through a layer of packing which consists of “snowflake” type elements. Meanwhile, scrubber liquor is introduced into the system at an even rate and passed downwards through the packing (counter-current to the gas stream) towards the integral sump which is located at the bottom of the scrubber vessel.
During this process the gaseous contaminants are absorbed into the liquid and thus removed from the gas stream. The gas then exits the column through a mist eliminator which removes free droplets of water. After this it is released into the atmosphere via the scrubber stack. You can find out more about how our scrubber systems are built by visiting Marcol Fabrications online.
Marcol can supply and install all types of pipework, and we can of course provide expert advice on the most suitable pipe system for your particular application. We can also advise you on current standards and legislation governing the distribution of hazardous substances in order to ensure compliance.
Our welders are experienced working with PVC, ABS, PVDF, PP, HDPE and many other plastics. They use the most up-to-date welding technologies to ensure a safe, reliable joint.
Marcol’s reputation has been built upon the provision of quality plastic products and outstanding plastic engineering services. To ensure that the products and services we provide continue to meet the standard required by our customers, we have outlined several quality objectives that all Marcol staff work towards. These are:
Marcol’s Quality Policy is designed to ensure that we meet the objectives outlined above. We will:
At Marcol Fabrications we take our Health and Safety responsibilities very seriously. As well as having our own Health and Safety Policy which details levels of responsibility and the procedures we have in place at our own factory, we will pay full attention to the Health and Safety rules and regulations of our customers when working on their site. We welcome site induction training and will ensure all employees fully understand the procedures you have in place.
Where site work is involved a survey will be undertaken; this includes the conducting and preparing of risk assessments. A Method Statement based on the findings of these assessments will then be prepared and issued to both the customer and the employees working on the project.
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