News from IBS Engineered Products Limited
Stop the press, we have exciting news!
Due to continued growth and increased demand for our market leading range of flood protection and flow control products in the UK & Ireland, we are moving to larger premises.
The move will enable us to continue to provide our customers with the very best service in the industry whilst also allowing us to continue to grow in line with our expectations.
Thanks to everyone for the support so far and we look forward to working with you all in the future.
Another successful utility site floodgate installation
Continuing the good work in our home region, we’ve recently completed the supply and installation of some more of our single and double leaf aluminium floodgates, ensuring the flood protection of key utility sites.
Major flood protection scheme completed for blue chip client in Huddersfield
2014 saw the completion of one of our largest recent UK projects to date. In total, almost 300 linear metres of demountable flood barriers was installed, up to a protection height of 2.5m. Including height transitions and corner posts, this project perfectly demonstrated the capability and range of our removable flood wall system. A delighted client equals a very happy and proud supplier!
Steel floodgate for Axminster project
In December 2014 IBS Ltd. received an order for a 4m wide x 0.8m high steel floodgate for a flood protection project in Axminster, Devon. A steel gate was used on this project so that palisade fencing could be fitted along the top to maintain the security of the site. The floodgate was manufactured, delivered and installed on time to the clients satisfaction”
Glass flood defence system for Littlehampton
In early 2015 we completed the installation of an 80m long glass flood defence system in Littlehampton on the UK’s South Coast. The system was 0.8m high and included an integral handrail to provide the necessary edge protection at the waters’ edge. Due to the coastal environment all stainless steel was 316L and the aluminium anodised.”