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Rundle's and Eptons Steam Up

Thursday, 15 June 2017 07:43:46 Europe/London

The annual open day of the Rundle & Epton families at their neighbouring yards in Lincolnshire is a firmly established end of season tradition.

Annual Steam Up at Rundle's and Eptons yards

Sunday 15th October from 10:00am

Showing an impression collection of Steam Engines,Organs, Vintage and Classic Cars, vintage Trucks, Bikes plus much more. Food and drinks also available

Admission is Only £3.00

with all proceeds going to 3 local charities, namely the 'New Bolingbroke Church', the 'Town Hall', and the 'Lincolnshire Steam Preservation Society'

A great family day out for all!

Main Road, New Bolingbroke, Boston, PE22 7LN

           
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Another Grain Dryer Leaves Rundles

Monday, 22 May 2017 13:25:04 Europe/London

Built to order this large 30kw Centrifugal fan is going to be fitted as a grain dryer on a farm in Lincolnshire. Rundles have been manufacturing their own range of centrifugal fans for numerous applications including the agricultural industry, typically produce drying and grain drying. Grain Dryer manufactured by Rundles Centifugal fans are used for the removal of clean or slightly dusty air. They have high efficiency and reduced noise level, the fans of this series are largely used, in ventilation, conditioning, drying, cooling, mechanical draft, and toxic gas elimination plants

Hundreds of millions of tonnes of wheatcornsoybeanrice and other grains as sorghumsunflower seedsrapeseed/canolabarleyoats, etc., are dried in grain dryers.[1] In the main agricultural countries, drying comprises the reduction of moisture from about 17-30%w/w to values between 8 and 15%w/w, depending on the grain. The final moisture content for drying must be adequate for storage. The more oil the grain has, the lower its storage moisture content will be (though its initial moisture for drying will also be lower). Cereals are often dried to 14% w/w, while oilseeds, to 12.5% (soybeans), 8% (sunflower) and 9% (peanuts). Drying is carried out as a requisite for safe storage, in order to inhibit microbial growth. However, low temperatures in storage are also highly recommended to avoid degradative reactions and, especially, the growth of insects and mites. A good maximum storage temperature is about 18 °C.(Courtesy of wickipedia)

           
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New Shop Opening Hours

Monday, 24 April 2017 14:22:12 Europe/London

Rundles business hours

As of Monday the 5th of June Rundles will be open as Follows:

  • Monday to Thursday 7:30am to 5:00pm
  • Friday 7:30am to 12:30pm
  • Saturday & Sunday closed

           
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50 years of Service!!

Thursday, 20 April 2017 10:24:00 Europe/London

Happy retirement wishes to one of our longest employees at Rundles - Robert Vere

Robert Vere, 50 years at Rundles

           
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New Website Launch

Thursday, 20 April 2017 08:23:28 Europe/London

New Website Goes Live

We are very excited to launch our brand new website! Although we still have a huge amount of work to do we couldn't wait to make it live.....

Rundles website New

We can now offer our huge range of engineering services, amusement park spares, electric motors, industrial fans, gearboxes and control gear plus much more through our brand new website. 

We will be continually adding new items daily so if you can't find what you are looking for then please contact Rundles on 01205 480431. Here at Rundles we have continually tried to advertise our broad diverse range of goods and services to our customers new and old. Such as we are main dealers for Bonfiglioli gearboxes and Brook crompton Electric motors, engineers for the leisure industry, councils and NHS. Manufacturers of amusement rides from juvenile gallopers to full size 4 abreast gallopers. We also manufacture main attraction rides, offer a full repair service and spare amusement park parts to buy online

           
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