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Servicing and Service Contracts

At Stetfield Separators Limited, we are committed to keeping our vessels and plants working in tip-top condition for the life of the units we sell. Although most of our units continue to produce exceptional results with very little maintenance, there are times when a full or partial service may be required. This could be because of sludge build-up or if the content of oil has been exceeded for the machine.

We have trained operators, who will if needed, be able to drain down your plant, thoroughly clean and ensure all waste is disposed of, and then re-commission back to full working capacity. If you are finding that your vessel is not performing the way it was when it was new, or if you are worried and wish to keep peace of mind by either a single, or a set of services, then please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our staff will be able to advise you on whether you would benefit from a service, or a contract to make sure that you, and the environment have the full benefit of our units.

IWC started focusing on the production of technically advanced watches built specifically for aviation at a very early stage, becoming a true pioneer in this field. Progress made in aviation and navigation had created a growing need for watches that offered maximum reliability under the rolex replica toughest conditions. Ernst Jakob Homberger 1955, IWC managing director during the 1930s, had two sons who were so passionate about aviation that they decided to manufacture IWC's first special watch for pilots in 1936. The replica watches, containing Caliber 83, had a shatterproof crystal, high-contrast hands and numerals, a rotating bezel with an index for recording short periods of time, and an antimagnetic escapement. It was also highly resistant to temperature fluctuations, ranging from 40 degrees Celsius to +40 degrees Celsius. In response to a rolex replica sale product requirement from the British government, IWC developed a service watch for pilots of the Royal Air Force. The technical specifications stipulated by the RAF were very rigid, including a requirement that the replique montres movement had to be protected against magnetic fields. Production of the now-legendary IWC Mark 11, with Caliber 89, started in 1948. In November 1949, the watch was supplied to airborne personnel of the RAF and other Commonwealth nations and remained in service until 1981.