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Engis and Delapena Expand Global Precision Bore Honing Offering

The Engis PH-2000 offers production honing for 50 - 100,000 part batches up to 3.15" (80mm) diameter.

The fully electronic Engis SH-1000 offers honing from 1 mm - 80 mm diameter with a tolerance of 1 um.

Engis Corporation (Wheeling, IL) and Delapena Group (Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK) have signed an agreement for the distribution of the Delapena stroke honing machine tools in North America and East Asia by the Engis Group.

"The Engis/Delapena agreement creates a complete global offering of honing/bore finishing systems, backed by technical experience and a long history of service to the honing industry," said Stephen Griffin, President of the Engis Group of Companies. "Engis' focus will be on the Americas and Asia, where we have a sales force and technical staff to support the range of machines. We look forward to a long and rewarding relationship with Delapena in these markets."

Engis designs and manufactures superabrasive finishing systems. "The single-pass bore finishing approach, pioneered by Engis, has improved the geometry and bores of precision components throughout the industrialized world in the automotive, hydraulics, firearms and compressor markets," said a company spokesperson. "Engis bore finishing systems have been successfully installed for customers in the Americas, South and East Asia, as well as within Europe.

"The Delapena range of stroke honing systems successfully expands the capability of Engis to engineer a solution for every application, even those with smaller batch sizes."

"We are very excited to partner with such a prestigious company," said Martin Elliott, President of the Delapena Group. "We believe that with a combination of Delapena and Engis machines, customers will have significantly more potential solutions than in the past."

"I am confident that the range of Delapena honing machines, which are highly respected around the world, will complement the high volume products offered by Engis Corporation," said Delapena's Group Chairman, David Arthur. "Delapena is extremely pleased to have a distributor with such strong market presence and capability."

Founded over 85 years ago, the Delapena Group has been an innovator in the design and manufacture of high precision, technically advanced stroke honing systems. Delapena also offers fixtures, abrasives and other consumables.

"With the synergies leveraged by the complementary technologies, Engis is now positioned to be the go-to source for all precision bore finishing applications," said the spokesperson. In addition to its sales and distribution team in the U.S. and Mexico, Engis also maintains affiliate sales offices and warehouses in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Canada and the UK.

In addition, at its new Technology Center, Engis has a highly experienced team of application engineers on staff to provide process development assistance, as well as the capability for pilot production runs.

For more information contact:

Engis Corporation

105 West Hintz Road

Wheeling, IL 60090


Delapena Group

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