Chem Resist Group is one of Europe’s leading design and manufacturing specialists in the field of Thermoplastic Process Plant and chemical storage tanks.
Chem Resist Fluid Transfer specialises in aggressive and corrosive applications for pumps, valves and level controls.
Site teams backed up with the extensive workshop facilities offer a comprehensive service to our customers across all the industrial sectors that deal with corrosives.
With over 50 years’ experience we have pioneered developments and manufacturing processes in varied industrial applications including Thermoplastic Bulk Chemical Storage Tanks, manufactured using our unique Spiral Wind Technologies, Chemical Mixing Tanks, Chemical Dilution and Fume Scrubbing.
From our head office in West Yorkshire we provide products and services to a full spectrum of industrial clients throughout the UK. With a growing focus on export, our Packaged Plants are providing services in places throughout the world, including, Australia, Algeria, Russia, Siberia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, to name but a few.
Our design and manufacturing expertise is dedicated to the continued development of Thermoplastics in the corrosive application across the full spectrum of chemical processing industries. More and more we see plastic storage tanks replacing less versatile technologies.
Today as our growing range of products can comprise the major items of equipment with a project, with our in house engineering capabilities we are able to provide our clients with Turnkey Packages, including, design, manufacture, installation and commissioning.
Our policy of continual company improvement, efficiency, safety and service makes Chem Resist Group Limited an excellent organization to deal with.
NEW RANGE NOW AVAILABLE
CHEMIGUARD - a new range of products exclusively available from Chem Resist Fluid Transfer
The ChemiGuard® range consists of innovative rotationally moulded cabinets manufactured from UV stable polyethylene. They all possess bunds designed to allow for safe containment of corrosive liquids when transferring and dosing