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Infrarail seminars: Bolted Joints – when safety really matters

On Tuesday 1 May at 13:10, Graham Souter, Managing Director at Nord-Lock will be presenting ‘Bolted Joints – when safety really matters’ at Infrarail.

Graham Souter, the Managing Director of Nord-Lock Western Europe, invites you to join him for a seminar about safety critical bolted joints.

The Nord-Lock Group is the world leader in bolt securing systems. It has a unique combination of expertise in bolted joints and a market leading product range including wedge-locking products and SUPERBOLT.

During this presentation, Graham will be looking at why bolted joints come loose, how and why the Nord-Lock product range can prevent this loosening from occurring, and some of the applications within the rail sector in which the Nord-Lock product range has helped customers achieve the security that they need.

After the presentation there will be an opportunity to ask questions. Graham will be joined by Nord-Lock Regional Field Application Engineer, John Richardson, who for many years has specialised in solving bolting issues within the rail industry.

Nord-Lock shares its experience, knowledge and creativity to help customers achieve outstanding results. Anyone with problems of bolted joints coming loose will find this presentation fascinating, and Nord-Lock believes it has the solution to most problems.

 

 

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