Keeping farms powered and operational

Essex-based K&J Engineering Contracts Ltd offers oil fired grain dryers, servicing, spares and repairs.

K&J machinery on farm machinery article

The company says it offers a huge stock of parts on the shelf to supply, or to supply and fit. It offers a 24-hour breakdown service during harvest and aims to have customers up and running within that time, regardless of location.

K&J machinery on farm machinery article

K&J has over 40 years’ experience of specialising within the agricultural industry. Its expertise lies in agricultural electrical engineering, providing specialised knowledge of equipment and power solutions.

The company’s services span the nation, catering to the diverse needs of farmers and agricultural businesses. With extensive experience and specialised knowledge, K&J believes it is well-equipped to handle projects of any scale – whether you require electrical system installations, repairs, or maintenance.

The team of skilled technicians ensures your agricultural machinery remains in optimal condition, minimising downtime and maximising productivity.

K&J’s offerings include:

  • Grain store power including LED/ACCS lighting
  • Bespoke control panels or modification of existing panel
  • Control panel fault finding
  • New installation wiring or rewiring
  • Security lighting 
  • Testing and certification of installations for insurance purposes
  • Testing and certification for periodic or tenancy renewals.

All work is carried out to 18th edition NICEIC approved.

For more information or advice about any of K&J’s services, contact the team directly or visit

Stand number: Hall 9, Stand 604

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