01 July 2008
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Threaded insert promoted by ‘supercar’

The Caparo T1 car was displayed last week to customers and suppliers of Armstrong Precision Components at the ArmaCoil manufacturing plant in Hull. Caparo is the parent company of Armstrong.

Clark Hodges, sales director, pointed out to the guests that prior to the launch of ArmaCoil the strength of the company was in service and quality - "elements that do not change with a brand name. "Our manufacturing capabilities and personnel remained so, in essence, all that we had to do was to create a new brand. The T1 exemplifies much of our philosophy: precision engineering and performance with good personnel to make things happen."

Armstrong's ArmaCoil wire thread inserts are stated to provide maximum flexibility "with a wide choice of materials for the component, the fastening, and the insert to meet performance and production requirements". The company also produces the ArmaSert range of inserts for plastic mouldings as well as power tooling, and professional repair kits.

Paul Gay


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