BAMA bestowed its 2016 Special Recognition Award for outstanding contribution to the Aerosol Industry to Adrian McCretton of Swallowfield plc. “I have known Adrian for quite some time and I’ve always admired his controlled and logical approach to anything that is thrown at him, having worked on some very ‘challenging’ development projects together,” enthused Patrick Heskins, BAMA Chief Executive. “Rarely fazed or flustered, he brings an air of calm to any project he works on and has a depth of knowledge of aerosol technology and filling few can match. I always looked forward to working with him during my time as a supplier and when I was a customer of Swallowfield. He brings the same qualities to BAMA meetings as he did when I worked with him in the laboratory and at the business end of an aerosol filling line.” December 2016 Spray 27 Process Safety & Training Award Highly Commended: Alloway UK Ltd The Microleak Verification System, designed and manufactured by Alloway UK Ltd, offers a process improvement tool that closes a quality check loophole. It offers a 100% quality test for microleak sensors and rejection systems and helps improve current industry standard processes. The system is fully repeatable and injects the correct dosage of gas into the microleak system as set in the standards. Encoder input means that the microleak and the rejection system is removing the exact leaking container from the production line and is recordable. The automatic nature of this test increases line efficiency. Left to right: Patrick Heskins, Chief Executive of BAMA and Sebastian Alvarez, BAMA Chairman, join the 2016 BAMA Awards winners: Kieran Neale, CRC Industries; Adrian McCretton, Swallowfield plc; Jean Blottière, Ball Corp.; and Jonathan Lane, Arrow Reabrook.
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