The only place in the world you will find gaiters as effective as these! CFE has developed effective low cost tooling and our own test rig which dramatically reduced costs. Our...
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Checkmate Flexible Engineering is currently responding to the need for alternative suppliers of membranes and seals for use in offshore wind turbines. Our long experience of designing and developing large elastomeric structures...
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Renewable energy projects may require flexible structures or components. This is because of the repetitive nature of some energy sources (eg sea waves) or storage systems. Circumstances exist in which only rubber is suitable due to...
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In 2014 Checkmate designed and built the first set of skirts for Umoe’s new wind turbine service craft. This craft has tall skirts and uses variable cushion height to facilitate locking...
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Beach Recovery Vehicles (BRVs) tow or push vehicles which are drowned or bogged in during beach landing operations. They are also used to push back and re-float landing craft grounded in...
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Checkmate Flexible Engineering developed thrust bucket test bags for a leading UK manufacturer which are currently used on Airbus industries aircraft. CFE has designed and built structural test bags for use...
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Checkmate Flexible Engineering has developed a range of waterproof equipment bags used with the British Army’s new MAN wheeled recovery vehicle. The new vehicle is capable of retrieving the heaviest wheeled vehicles...
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Checkmate Flexible Engineering, together with one of its forest product carrier customers, identified the need to maintain identical pressures in rubber dunnage bags. This led to requirement definition and development of...
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Before Checkmate Flexible Engineering developed its heavy duty rubber dunnage bags, no standards or specification existed. Working with customers, CFE developed a comprehensive specification which covers all operating conditions, handling and...
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Checkmate Flexible Engineering was approached to re-design seals for subsea habitats used on gas and oil pipelines. The result was a lower cost, higher integrity product which was developed in conjunction...
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QinetiQ, the British multinational defence technology company headquartered in Farnborough, uses tough rubber mannequins filled with water to test submarine escape systems. Checkmate Flexible Engineering designed low cost tooling and then...
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Checkmate Flexible Engineering was approached by the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) which required temporary duct seals for use in a highly contaminated environment. CFE not only successfully designed and built a...
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