- Direct employees
- Turnover (reported)
- Regional Markets
- Australia, Europe, North America, South America
- Nuclear Contracting Tiers
- Tier 5: Processors & Fabricators
F4N Case Studies
Abbey Forged Products Ltd
Material Supplier - Forging Supplier
Abbey Forged Products is one of the UK’s leading forgemasters specialising in the manufacture of bespoke components for the Oil and Gas, Nuclear and Aerospace markets
The company has a six-acre manufacturing facility based in Sheffield, on site capabilities include sawing, forging, heat treatment, machining and both destructive and non-destructive testing. By having all processes at one location the company is able to offer extremely short lead times unparalleled for this industry.
Most recently the company has been accredited with AS:9100 approval for Aerospace manufacture and Fit4Nuclear, furthering its commitment to become the market leader in these sectors.
Abbey Forged Products have the ability to produce forgings from 1 to 2000 kilos.
Manufacturing high integrity assured parts such as flanges, blinds, blocks and rings in various materials including Carbon, Stainless, Duplex, Super Duplex and Nickel Alloy our core grades being LF2, F65, F44, F51, F53, F55, 625, 718, 725 & X750 all from our central location in the UK.
Quality Standards include ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, ISO:17025, OHSAS:18001:2007, AS:9100 rev C, Fit 4 Nuclear and PED.
Products and Services
|Forgings and Castings - Source Controlled||Petrochemical & Refining|
|Forgings and Castings - Source Controlled||Material Supply|
|Forgings and Castings - Source Controlled||Subseas and Offshore|
|Forgings and Castings - Source Controlled||Nuclear Defence - Naval Marine|
|Forgings and Castings - Source Controlled||Nuclear Civil|
|Forgings and Castings - Source Controlled||Aerospace - Civil and Defence|
|Forgings and Castings - Source Controlled||Oil & Gas including LNG|
Size not specified.
Inspection / Testing
- Advanced testing facilities
- CMM machines
- Non destructive testing - Magnetic Partical
- Non destructive testing - Ultrasonic