The engineering that goes into FHS’s end products should not be underestimated. Following a detailed consultation with the client where specific requirements are outlined, FHS first designs a solution that best meets these requirements. The CAD system FHS uses can easily be integrated into the client’s own CAD software. Once the design is finalised, FHS sends it to the race team electronically: this allows the team to assess how well the proposed solution fits into their car and to provide feedback on whether they want any modifications. Any changes are then implemented by FHS and the modified solution is sent back to the client. This process is repeated until FHS has achieved the best possible solution. Only then does manufacturing begin.


Mock-ups of the end product are created prior to the final assembly. FHS takes these physical prototypes to the team where they can be inserted into the car to make sure they fit perfectly.

What sets apart FHS from any others in the sector is the speed at which the final design can be made into a real product. A dedicated machining company takes the design and converts it into hardware. FHS then manufactures assemblies and swiftly delivers them to the client.


Even after the end products are manufactured and installed by the teams, FHS remains on-hand to assist in further developments. As a race season progresses, FHS may be called upon to provide any number of new versions of the product. Modifications are constantly being demanded and it is testament to FHS’s fast manufacturing processes that it can ably keep up with this demand.

The company also offers a full range of engineering consultancy services, including design and planning facilities.



Having acquired an extensive knowledge base in design and manufacture of fluid transfer applications, FHS utilises this intelligence to create cost-effective and innovative solutions for all their customers in high performance industries.