We are open and fully operational.
7th July 2020
Since our last update in March, a few things have changed here at Aquaseal but we're still fully operational.
27th May 2020
A few weeks back we looked at how factories could operate after lockdown, based on what is happening in other countries. As bars and restaurants start to open elsewhere, we’re thinking about what the UK might expect in the same industry.
19th May 2020
Aquaseal Rubber has donated masks to a local care home and are actively raising funds for a charity close to our hearts in support of company founder, Eddie Armstrong.
18th May 2020
After a battle with cancer, we sadly lost Director Robert Bowles on the 2nd April 2020. Robert joined the Aquaseal Rubber team in 2013 and made a great contribution to the company. He was also Group Chairman at the Barrier Group after joining the company in 1975.
29th April 2020
In some countries, lockdown restrictions in car factories have begun to be lifted, allowing people to go back to work and production to resume. But there are new guidelines and rules in place to prevent any infection outbreaks and this could likely be the new norm for a while. We’ve taken a look at what’s going on in other countries to see what we could expect here in the UK.
31st March 2020
As the main supplier to companies that are still operating, the team at Aquaseal Rubber has been continuing to operate throughout the current Coronavirus pandemic. We’ve taken the time to reflect on the changes that we’ve made so far and hope that we can help other businesses with our own experiences and advice.
14th February 2020
Marine vessels have to face the toughest of elements when they’re out at sea and in a dock. Although the components of a ship must be resistant to man-made factors such as engine steam, chemicals and oils, the environment presents new challenges. Learn more about the effect of the environment when out at sea and how rubber can help protect you and the vessel.
20th January 2020
As a company or individual, having a snow plough at hand can be very useful in the winter months. Saving manual time and effort, a snow plough is usually attached to a vehicle which can be controlled to remove snow from roads or pavement. Although it’s common for plough blades to be made from steel, they can be manufactured from rubber as well. How do the two compare?
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