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Here at L&G Engineering we have been working on two interesting heat recovery projects within recent weeks.

Firstly, a ‘dry heat’ project for an existing customer who required heat exchangers designed to re-use heat generated by their fryer, to create warmth in their hot air system, in order to heat the factory.

We have also been working on a 'wet heat' project for a new company amenities block, creating a system whereby waste heat warms circulating water in the heat exchanger which can then be used to take over from the existing heating boiler helped by a PLC controller unit.

L&G Engineering is at the forefront of this kind of technology and we are proud of our workmanship and our technical knowledge. To find our more information about all L&G’s engineering services and what we can offer, please contact our office.


L&G Engineering have recently completed installations for the new Eco Building on the Rackheath Industrial Estate, which has recently opened for training courses.

Our main area of involvement was the design manufacture and installation of a mild steel staircase for the Training Centre – a major project that required expert fitting due to the limited space available for manoeuvre.

L&G have also manufactured the solar panel support brackets fitted to the roof, so that solar energy can be used for the building’s heating and hot water supply.

We have been very pleased to be involved in such a worthwhile, ecological project and are keen to take on similar projects in the future.


Heat Recovery by L&GEco Staircase 2012

Two of L&G’s talented young apprentices, Reece and Josh, have recently passed their second year apprenticeship papers – well done to them both!

Josh was also entered into the East Anglian heat of Skillweld, the most prestigious national competition for welders, where he put in a skilled performance to achieve first place.

Accompanied by L&G Company Director, David Gowen, Josh attended the competition final at the NEC, where all 10 area winners competed for the coveted title. Josh demonstrated excellent welding skills, winning him a treasured bronze Skillweld medal – a fantastic achievement, as he is only 18 years of age!

The competition tests all three welding processes – stick welding, MIG welding and TIG welding – putting competitors skills under close scrutiny. We are very proud of Josh’s achievement, and value both Josh and Reece’s hard work for L&G. May they both continue to enjoy much success.


young apprentices weldingL&G Engineering, Rackheathyoung apprenticesSite by Graphics To You

At L&G Engineering we are pleased to have recently celebrated our 10th anniversary and would like to take this opportunity to thank all our staff for all their hard work and our customers for their ongoing loyalty and support.

We take great pride in our work and it has been a pleasure to work on so many great projects over the years. We look forward to all the new challenges that the next ten years may bring!

Starting from humble origins, operating from a small garage, L&G moved to Wendover Road on the Rackheath Industrial Estate, Norwich, before further upgrading our premises to a larger unit on Ramirez Road on the same estate. We now have a large, valued client base, including some ‘big name’ companies, for whom we do work time and again.

Offering a variety of services including gas fitting, fabrication of food processing, brewing and offshore equipment and bespoke steel manufacture and installation, we provide high standards of workmanship based on our wealth of expertise. Hence: “Our skills, your peace of mind”.

A big thank you once again to our staff and clients for helping us to reach this milestone anniversary!


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