How Semmco products help maintenance teams around the world to do their jobs efficiently and safely
How Semmco uses intelligent engineering to help solve their clients' problems
Semmco is an innovative engineering company based in the UK.
Not only do we develop new and exciting products for a range of industries, our design team works closely with customers to find solutions to their individual issues.
Below are some of the case studies for projects we have worked on and products we have developed at Semmco.
If you have a project that you would like to discuss with our design team please get in touch on +44 (0)1483 757200 or email email@example.com.
Semmco can provide regular inspections and re-certification of equipment saving time and money whilst ensuring that all equipment stays fully operational.Download Full Case Study
Every area of the aircraft is accessible after 15 minutes of the airliner arriving in the hangar. The positioning of the power points, lighting and rubbish disposal provide the engineer time efficiencies and in turn deliver significant cost savings over previous solutions.Download Full Case Study
Ground support equipment at line stations requires regular testing and maintenance. Semmco can provide the service and inventory management that saves time and money.Download Full Case Study
A reliable solution that ensures the safety of the maintenance engineers while enabling trains to pass without the need for constant removal.Download Full Case Study
Variable height refuelling steps can be staged at different heights to accomodate dual fuellng connections quickly and safely.Download Full Case Study
Portable therapy oxygen cylinders, used in the aircraft for passenger assistance during flights, need to be serviced and charged regularly. This operation is made easier with the Semmco Oxygen Charging Rig without adding pressure to turnaround times.Download Full Case Study
When working in a time-critical environment it is vital that aircraft maintenance repairs are carried out safely and efficiently. The Walk Round Nitrogen Charging Kit is designed to provide an easy to use and convenient solution for topping up door assist bottles – critical to aircraft departures.Download Full Case Study
Centrica Energy South Humber Bank Station in Stallingborough uses the HEAD10 Escape Set. Following research Centrica realised that not only could they see the cost savings they could make, but also the benefits of the compact design of HEAD 10 and made the decision to replace their current escape breathing apparatus.
In order to carry out maintenance, engineers must gain access to a variety of equipment such as: passenger displays, telecommunications equipment, air-conditioning units and pantographs. For short periods of time it will also be necessary to maintain locomotive carriage roofs and it is important to minimise the length of time that this equipment is out of service.Download Full Case Study
HEAD10 is an award winning respiratory protection apparatur used for escape. It is a lightweight, ergonomic, closed circuit, hooded apparatus, that provides the wearer with a safe, simple and effective means of escape from an irrespirable or oxygen deficient atmosphere.Download Full Case Study
The Semmco SMART trolley provides customers with a low cost solution for oxygen and nitrogen refilling. The trolley includes safety features to address the issue of manual handling of cylinders along with a collapsable design suitable for cost effective international shipping.
Changing a wheel and brake pack on an aircraft is a testing operation as it involves moving large and heavy wheel and brake pack units along with tooling to the aircraft. The Semmco Wheel & Brake Service Trailer makes this difficult operation much easier.Download Full Case Study
In order to carry out an entry into an aircraft fuel tank, engineers potentially expose themselves to a combination of hazards and threats that need to be adequately controlled before an entry is made.Download Full Case Study
"The new generation of Semmco access solutions have been developed in accordance with the new regulations on working at height which came into force into 2005..."