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Lettergold hots up magnetic filter market

By PRW Staff
Posted 5 October 2012
Drummond: Project required a new Arburg 570 C

Newmarket-based injection moulder Lettergold Plastics has launch a magnetic filter system designed to protect domestic central heating boilers.

Andy Drummond, director of Lettergold, said: “The requirement for a new magnetic filter in the market was lead by our customers.

"Although magnetic filters already exist, a system offering improved price and performance was called for.”

Design to manufacture took more than 12 months and required significant investment, including a suite of tooling that was sourced in the UK to guarantee quality and service.

The project also saw Lettergold invest in a new Arburg 570 C 2000-800.

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