Maher Ltd at Offshore Europe 2017

Maher stock bright machined bar

Recently machined alloy 718 valve stems
Maher Ltd will be exhibiting at Offshore Europe for a 5th consecutive show this year. Everyone at Maher is very excited and proud to be part of this fantastic event once again.

Offshore Europe has been a key date in the calendar within the industry for many years and exhibiting as a stockholder is always an interesting and varied week.

Maher are a stockholder and processor of high strength, high performance alloys including nickel alloys (718, 625, 400 and 500), copper alloys, titanium and other special grades (286, F55, Invar and Kovar). They carry a comprehensive list of stock in metric and imperial sizes with the added benefit of bar stock coming in a bright machined finish so customers can order close to their finished size and minimise waste.

From their Sheffield based machine shop, Maher have long been offering first-stage machining, providing services such as trepanning and boring on stock material. Ongoing investment has seen these services expand to producing fully finished components through processes such as milling, deep hole boring and turning to exacting requirements. Having extensive experience with materials that can prove challenging to machine, Maher are confident of a quality finish and can also assist on first article and R&D requirements.

Alongside machining, Maher have on-site heat treatment and testing capabilities including ultrasonic examination, magnetic particle examination and dye penetrant testing. Supported by both customer and industry approvals, these capabilities mean that Maher can deliver to the full supply chain, from OEMs to machine shops. While Oil and Gas is of course the main focus of Offshore Europe, Maher also hold approvals in other sectors including Aerospace, Naval and Marine, Defence and Power Generation.

As a stockholder, metal prices and lead times are always hot topics on the stand: Will prices remain stable? What are Nickel prices expected to do? How long are mill lead times? With the Oil Industry show more signs of recovery? The mood is set to be cautiously optimistic and Maher are looking forward to some thought-provoking debates on these topics and many more over the course of the week. With 4 days of exhibiting, a competition on the stand and welcome drinks planned for 4pm on Tuesday, Offshore Europe 2017 is set to be an interesting week!

For further information visit Maherís friendly team at stand 2A 100 or get in touch by phone 0114 290 9200 or email

Tel: 0114 290 9200

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 42

Autumn 2018 // Issue 46
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