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Stephenson Gobin is the parent company for two product brands; Geofire and SG Transmission. Both companies design and manufacture electromagnetic products, see below.

The Stephenson Gobin manufacturing facilities are therefore home to both companies and were purpose built to meet the existing and future capacity demands of the business and the capability for large or small volume orders. The company continues to invest in the latest CNC machinery to improve efficiency and has a clear focus on continuous improvement in lean and efficient cellular manufacturing.

Geofire

Geofire manufactures a wide range of electromagnetic door holders, door closers and other activation devices used widely as part of a fire, security or ventilation system. These range from fire door holders and closers to smoke curtain releasers and roof vent winches. Geofire offers a design service to meet individual customer specifications and manufactures all products in-house.

Go to www.geofire.co.uk to find out more.

SG Transmission

SG Transmission designs and manufactures electromagnetic clutches and electromagnetic brakes. The product range can be bought as standard or designed to meet specific customer requirements. SG Transmission exports electromagnetic solutions throughout the world from their purpose built factory in the UK.

Go to www.sgtransmission.com to find out more.

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