ReAgent Gets Involved with the SoftSlide Project

Lucy Bell-Young

20th December 2017

Company Info, Company News, Manufacturing

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A close up of an engine mechanism

ReAgent are excited to announce that we have been invited to embark on a new adventure that will reshape the moulded parts industry. Together with other leading European companies, we join the SoftSlide project to deliver an innovative method of manufacturing dynamic seals. The Project In a previous blog post, we told you about an… Continue reading »

The SoftSlide Project: A New Dynamic Sealing Generation

Lucy Bell-Young

6th December 2017

Company News, Manufacturing

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A mechanism used in dynamic seals

Introducing the SoftSlide project: an innovative powerhouse that is entering the fore of the moulded parts industry – and it is going to change the world of dynamic seal manufacturing with ground-breaking technology. ReAgent are playing an important role in this exciting undertaking; but before we get into that, what is the project all about?… Continue reading »

Bloodhound Project Update

Dan Wiggins

15th June 2017

Manufacturing

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The engine of the BLOODHOUND Project's SuperSonic car being constructed

ReAgent is a sponsored supplier of the BLOODHOUND SSC Project, which aims to break the land speed record by creating a SuperSonicCar that can travel at 1000 MPH.  BLOODHOUNDS Objectives During the manufacture of the BLOODHOUND SSC, the team’s main objective was to ensure the car would be safe to operate and wouldn’t become damaged… Continue reading »

How to clean up a Chemical Spill video

Dan Wiggins

23rd March 2017

Company Info, Company News, Manufacturing

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So you are keen to know how to clean up a chemical spill? Picture the scene, It is a glorious day everyone is working away deadlines are on target and production is flowing with morale high, then unexpectedly there is an accident nothing too serious but has the potential to escalate. A container of chemicals has… Continue reading »