Our Services

Powder Coating

Powder coating is a popular process for applying durable finishes, especially on metal surfaces. It entails spraying electrostatically charged powder particles onto the surface and heating it to form a resilient coating. This method offers excellent resistance to corrosion, chemicals, and UV damage, with a wide range of colour and texture options suitable for automotive, architectural, and furniture applications.

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Shot Blasting

Shot blasting is an effective surface preparation method that propels abrasive materials onto a surface at high velocity. It is commonly used in the construction, automotive, aerospace, and marine industries.

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2 Pack Wet Paint

Two-pack wet paint, also known as two-component or 2K wet paint, is a specialised coating process suitable for metal, plastic, and wood surfaces. This method involves mixing a base paint with a hardener to trigger rapid curing, resulting in a tough finish resistant to abrasion, chemicals, and environmental factors. Widely used across automotive, marine, aerospace, and industrial sectors, two-pack wet paint provides a glossy, durable coat of professional quality.

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Specialist Coatings

Specialist finishes encompass advanced coating techniques tailored to specific needs, offering unique textures, effects, or functionalities beyond conventional coatings. From metallic effects to textured surfaces, specialist finishes add depth and character to surfaces, catering to clients seeking bespoke and innovative surface treatments.

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Aqueous Phosphate Pre-treatment

Our pre-treatment services include using an Aqueous 3 Stage Degreasing Machine for efficient and environmentally friendly degreasing processes. Additionally, iron phosphating is employed as a surface treatment method for metal preparation before painting or coating, enhancing adhesion and corrosion resistance.

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Stove Enamelling

Stove enamelling, or stove painting or coating, is a process that applies a durable enamel coating to metal surfaces found in appliances like stoves and ovens. The method involves thorough cleaning, application of powdered enamel, and heating to bond the enamel, resulting in a smooth and long-lasting finish. This technique enhances durability and offers excellent heat and corrosion resistance, making it suitable for refurbishing or enhancing new appliances. Our paint shop provides the flexibility to handle both one-off samples and batch work, catering to various project needs. Our skilled team utilises stoving paint, a method known for its superior finishes, which was particularly effective before the advent of powder coating. Stoving paint is available in small quantities, making it ideal for prototypes or small-batch productions, and the Ministry of Defence frequently uses it for projects requiring intricate masking techniques.