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Michael Smith Engineers Ltd

Unit E Scotswood Park
Forsyth Road
GU21 5SU

Tel: 01483 771 871
Fax: 01483 723 110
Email: info@michael-smith-engineers.co.uk
Website: https://www.michael-smith-engineers.co.uk/

Quality Assurance:
ISO 9001:2015

Michael Smith Engineers Ltd was formed in 1971 as a specialist pump distributor.  We have our head office in Woking and a satellite office in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, allowing us to provide service and support to customers throughout the United Kingdom.

Our workshops are fully equipped for assembly, repair and testing of our pump ranges and we also offer on-site consultancy, trouble-shooting, commissioning and service.  With an average length of service of over 15 years, we can call on broad experience to solve difficult pumping problems.  We have been accredited to ISO 9001 by NQA Ltd since 1994.

The main markets we service with our ranges of pumps are the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and process sectors with our larger pumps as well as laboratories, research and development institutions and OEMs with our smaller pumps.  We only promote products for which we have been appointed as distributors and currently hold an extensive stock of pumps and parts.

Our range includes gear pumps, centrifugal pumps, diaphragm pumps and piston pumps, many of which can be supplied in leak-free sealless designs. Corrosion resistant materials are available for many of our products including metallic options of stainless steel and high nickel alloys or plastic options of PVC, polypropylene, PVDF and ETFE.

We can supply pumps for liquids between 0.2 cP and 500,000 cP, temperatures between -50°C and +400°C, capacities from nanolitres per hour to over 15m³ per minute and for discharge pressures up to 500 bar.

Michael Smith Engineers have experience of pumping many hard to handle liquids including acids, bases, organic liquids, solvents, inorganic liquids, slurries, volatile liquids, corrosives, abrasive liquids, non-lubricating liquids, liquids with entrained gases and flammable liquids.

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