An exciting opportunity for the right person to join us as a Mechanical Design Engineer, working in our highly successful and unique business, manufacturing fuel systems products for classic vehicles.
Reporting to the General Manager the candidate will be responsible for the design and development of new products including prototyping, testing and process implementation.
Candidates must have an engineering background and be experienced in product design using both traditional and modern methods. A high level of proficiency in the use of CAD Software is essential as is the ability to manage design and engineering projects from start to finish.
A drive to learn and report on new technologies and manufacturing processes along with a proven ability to transfer concept ideas into reality will be considered highly advantageous.
Salary £30-40k depending on experience.
To apply, please send an up to date CV and covering letter to email@example.com. Please ensure you include an email address and phone number for correspondence. Closing date for receipt of CV’s is 29th September 2017. Suitable applicants will be chosen for interview by 16th October 2017.
You can now follow us on Instagram @burlenltd. by clicking the link at the top of this page!Read More
Once again we’re digging out the picnic hampers and cloudy lemonade in anticipation of the 2014 Pre-War Prescott event to be held on 19th July at the very scenic Prescott Speed Hill Climb venue. We’ll be there again, as sponsors, with our hospitality tent and period vehicles including the Triangle Skinner Special which will be demonstrated yet again by our very enthusiastic staff! With SU Carburetters fitted to so many of the Pre-War cars in attendance it just makes sense to be there to meet and greet the owners and offer words of wisdom if needed. Head on down to http://www.prewarprescott.com/ to get booked in and secure the very unique opportunity to drive this historic venue in a relaxed, untimed manner in your road going Pre-War car.
Due to the effect of ethanol on cork we have devised a new method of sealing the throttle spindle seals on HD carburetters.
The kit consists of 2 ‘rubber’ seals and two spacers (enough for one carb). The rubber seal is placed on the spindle with the lip towards the carb body and the retainer is then pressed into the spindle housing until flush with the body.
The new seals give an efficient seal against air leaks which will not degrade in Ethanol added fuels.
Note; The bore of the retainer is larger than that of the spindle so as to give a clearance. The existing seal system kits are still available under part number WZX 994.
WZX 966 - HD Spindle Seal Kit - Click here to buy online
The hill is closed, the sun is setting and we're pulling the tent pegs up. Another glorious day at Pre War Prescott. See you next year!Read More
'Loud' doesn't really explain it!Read More
A Sunday driver.... On a Saturday!Read More
The clamping bolt comes with a captivated nut for ease of fitting. The bracket is shaped to fit the taper of the coil housing. Two brackets will be required to carry a double pump.Read More
Derived from an AMAL product this air screen has been adapted to fit the 1” SU OM Type Carburettor. Consisting of 3 gauze screens to provide some protection and engine. It is secured to the body of the carburettor by 3 grub screws. Size 3” Dia. 1 ¼” Deep.Read More
The Stayup floats are suitable for use with the CD Stromberg carburetters that used different floats to the usual CD design. These were used mostly by Triumph on the TR4 and 4A in the mid 60’s and also the early CD 150 on Triumph Vitesse and 2000 in the mid 60’s – early 70’s.
After many years of faithful service, we thought it was finally time to retire the old site and replace it with a slicker, more advanced website.
We’ve refreshed the design and layout and have restructured our product catalogue into, what we hope, is a more enjoyable online shopping experience. We’ve also linked our news sections in with our social media activity which will keep you informed on what we’re up to. Be sure to ‘like’ us on Facebook and add us on Twitter to keep abreast of the latest news, if you’re into that sort of thing!Read More