About

british pipe clamp manufacturing Hi my name is Heath Verrall and I have a small workshop in south Warwickshire where I manufacture smooth profile non-welded multi pipe clamps. “Yes folks this goes to show there is still a pulse in British manufacturing”. BPC Pipe clamps are made in Britain and I use local suppliers for all of my materials to produce Pipe clamps / tube clamps. I have been satisfying the needs of my clients supplying quality multi tube/pipe clamping system products to construction and process industries. I am fully committed to providing a high level of service and support backed up with increasing stock levels to meet your requirements.

As the restoration of stationary engines and vintage motorcycles are some of the hobbies I enjoy, I’ve included a miscellaneous category on this site with many items listed. I know how hard it can be to find the old sized nuts and bolts needed such as BSF Whitworth and the odd sized piping. Please take your time to browse this website. I also have a large stock of old imperial size nuts, bolts, washers, Circlips and more.

Presswork Services

BPC Engineering offer subcontract presswork services for small batch production. We can work with client press tooling or we can design and build tooling to your specifications to produce the components you require.

Tube Clamps

All of the tube clamps and multi pipe clamps are hand made by myself using materials from local businesses with British quality control. If you would like a custom made pipe clamp made to your specifications please contact me.

Call 01789 751389

Contact inf@britishpipeclamps.co.uk

Mac McGowan Stationary Engines

I would like to thank Mac McGowan of McGowan Engineering for his help and advice, Mac specialises in vintage stationary engines and has done so for many years. He can supply you with many spares from a lister D head gasket to vintage brass oil filler caps and complete engines. He also has a large stock of stationary engine parts and machinery, metal spinning, lathe, pillar drills and machine tools. If you need parts for your stationary engine or some advice on a specific engine you can contact Mac McGowan 01527 893358

“Cheers Mac”