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CBG solves the problems of frozen or broken fasteners

When frozen or broken bolts, studs or rivets put a stop to your operations or maintenance and repair program, CBG will solve the problem for you. In fact, CBG will disintegrate the problem.

CBG is headquartered in Portsmouth, Virginia, but offers its services nationwide.

CBG's business is rightly considered by its clients to be in the business of problem solving. Those clients include well-known names in the commercial, government, military and industrial business communities. When a frozen or broken fixture stops some part of their operations, CBG applies a metal disintegrator to it and the problem crumbles away.

Because CBG is located in an area of widespread naval and military activity, these services have found CBG to be a valuable resource. For example, the US Navy placed an emergency call to CBG for removal of a broken bolt on a submarine. The bolt was recessed in a blind hole. CBG saved the navy two weeks of costly and mission interruption downtime by applying disintegration technology.

In another example of service to the US Navy, CBG used its portable metal disintegrator to remove more than 500 flush-mounted bolts on the deck of an aircraft carrier, saving the Navy many hours of costly welding, drilling and tapping of new holes.

An example of what CBG has done and can do for industrial customers is CBG's use of a portable unit to remove a broken blower bolt on a diesel engine, allowing the customer to put the engine back in service with minimum down time.

Pulp and paper companies that have turned to CBG for problem solving include Georgia Pacific, Packaging Corporation of America and International Paper. Other clients include John Deere. Siemens, Caterpillar, Wartsila and General Electric. A list of clients and more information about what CBG has done for its clients can be found on the CBG website.


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