TENMAT’s ongoing commitment to the development of new products and solutions in the field of composite and engineering materials has been recognized several times by receiving the highest official award in Great Britain, the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
2013: QUEEN’S AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE: INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Manchester based, TENMAT, is delighted to announce that they have been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in recognition of outstanding achievements in overseas markets. The Award follows three consecutive years of sustained growth in global business and market share for TENMAT, aided by the expansion of its operations in the United States over the period. This is the second time TENMAT has been honoured with the Award, having collected the prize in the Innovation category in 2012.
2012: QUEEN’S AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE: INNOVATION
This Queen’s Award is particularly focused upon the constant innovation of the range of TENMAT fire protection products including downlight, pipework, ventilation duct and wall cavity fire protection products. These products are renowned for their supreme effectiveness in reducing the spread of fire in buildings and this superior performance has been seen to have improved fire safety Worldwide, this being a major contribution to receiving the award.
FEROFORM and RAILKO are advanced engineering composite materials, exclusively manufactured by TENMAT, and are widely recognised as the industry standard for demanding applications such as stern tube, rudder and propeller bearings, steering gear, cranes, davits and many other applications. Fitted in over 8000 vessels worldwide, FEROFORM and RAILKO marine bearings offer ship owners, shipyards, designers and OEM’s considerable benefits in terms of performance, reliability, ease of use, availability and design.
TENMAT composite materials combine high strength with excellent wear resistance and durability, yielding high performance bearings for all types of service conditions, especially in arduous abrasive and sand laden waters, thus reducing maintenance and operating costs for end users. Furthermore, TENMAT composites are proven not to support biofouling which can help avoid premature wear due to organic growth.