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Off Highway Forging

In the off-highway industry, any equipment used must offer a reliable performance in unpredictable and rugged environments. To meet the rigorous requirements of these industries, manufacturers use forgings to produce strong and durable machine parts. Strength and toughness are the main requirements of products used in the off-highway industry. The strength of a forging comes...   Read more

Forging for the Automotive Industry

Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of metal using compressive force. The automotive industry depends significantly on steel forged automotive components owning to increasing vehicle production. Cars and trucks may contain more than 250 forgings, most of which are produced from carbon or alloy steel.  The forging process can create parts that are...   Read more

Brockhouse Appoints New Commercial Director

Brockhouse is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Rabjohn as Commercial Director who will join the team in the West Midlands, UK. Paul will lead the company’s expansion over the next five years and brings a wealth of experience and industry knowledge in technical solutions, project management and sales.    Paul has over 30...   Read more

Advantages Of Forging

Forging is known as one of the oldest metal working processes and is still today considered the most effective. Traditionally performed using a hammer and anvil by a blacksmith, forging has evolved over the years to meet the demands of the modern engineering industry. While there are many variations of forging—each with their own distinct...   Read more

All You Need To Know About Forging

Brockhouse has been forging for over 135 years and offers both upset forging and closed die hammer forging solutions from our workshop in the West Midlands. Forging is the manufacturing process of hammering, pressing, or rolling metal into shape. This is either delivered from a forging hammer or press and is essentially the art of...   Read more