Denner Grinding Company
Dennis started the grinding company with his business partner Ross Knight. Ross stayed with the compay until the late 1970’s. Most of the work was for the fastener industry, G.K.N. in Heath Street, Smethwick.
Philip Attwater joined Dennis and Dennis’s son John, after the retirement of Ross Knight in 1975. With the retirement of Dennis, in 1982, the company was taken over by grinders John Warner and Philip Attwater.
When John decided he no longer wanted to continue in his fathers company, Phil took over and kept Denner trading for 2 years until Gary Green joined him in 1998.
Kelford Grinding firm was aquired in 2001, and the name was changed to Denner-Kelford Grinding.
In 2004 Mark Philips joined the company and became a director in 2006. He added enthusiasm and new skills to the company.
We've made parts for countries as far afield as the USA. We pride ourselves in being the friendly local company with an international reach.
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etc), surface or centreless grinding, cylindrical grinding to production grinding. We have the capacity to grind up to 1900mm in length and up to 355mm in diameter.
. We can also provide a universal repair service by chroming then re-grinding parts back to their original state. We can also supply and make complete parts, or just grind your existing components.
The extreme diversity of our business is clearly demonstrated by the variety of industries which make up our client base. Our company caters for a lot of industries, please
No matter how big or small your shafts, pins & bushes are and how complex your parts, you can have complete faith in our firms grinding capabilities. If your tolerances are tight or big and prices are a problem or just looking for a new supplier, we at DK are here to help.Ask for a quote and you will not be disappointed in price. Alternatively, if you are on a tight budget, tell us what you can afford and we will do our utmost to accommodate your requirements.
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