Welcome to the first of the NESL online Newsletters. This is to keep you informed about the latest technology from NESL on a regular basis. 


It was in 1985 that the first tank cleaning dozer was designed, manufactured and delivered in the United Kingdom. The NESL design and engineering team of today  were the very same people who designed and built the original dozer back in 1985.  

Psst - Click here to take a look at the very first tank cleaning dozer, never mind the machine it is nearly an antique now, but see the young man on the machine, who is he?  you might well ask. Well don't tell him I told you!!  t' is none other than the intrepid Doug Shipton our  Managing Director!

"WHISPER WHISPER" What's everyone talking about??

Want to find out? come back about the 8th of September and find out in our next newsletter - it will be worth it !

15 years is a long time and over this period there have been many changes as the team have developed a far superior machine. We never say that we now have the final perfect machine, we are always striving to improve and progress technology. In fact nearly every new machine that is built has some small addition or change from the last one. Our engineers are constantly looking for ways of making improvements and take ideas not only from their own experiences on site with customers but also from feedback from our customers.


Here we are in the 5th month of the new millennium and NESL have just completed a package of equipment for an overseas customer. This package includes our latest hydraulic driven 3 phase Flottweg centrifuge decanter with a Viscotherm Rotordiff and hydraulic control on a NES402D hydraulic power pack. A Helical screw feed pump, and two NES sit and ride Mover systems complete with rotary lobe pumps and NES fully sheathed protected umbilical which also include operator air supply and communication cord. This is the very latest Mover system and with the airline in the umbilical it gives additional safety with the protection of the operators air supply hose. The communication cable allows three way voice communication between the Mover operator and another person inside or outside of the tank and also the command module located outside the tank. NESL  range of hydraulic power packs are now supplied with IVECO Emission Controlled Engines. 

Non Entry Sytems Ltd - ISO 9002 Certification on the 14th of January 2000

In the second week of the New Millennium NESL was proud to be registered  ISO 9002 and issued with certificate number GB 5810.This strengthens our dedication to ensuring quality and customer satisfaction.


The NES 730 ROVerjet is proving to be "THE" NON MAN ENTRY tank cleaning tool. Incorporating a NES Manway Cannon as well it is equally at home with tanks with and without heating coils. With its variable geometry tracks it can power enter a 24 inch manway in one piece. One inside the tanks the tracks are opened and the cannon, camera and light are raised to their working position. The operation is totally controlled remotely by the operator in an air conditioned control room with video recording of the operation from the on board camera. 

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The "Young" Doug Shipton (1985)

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