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Poeton to show surface engineering tech at Advanced Engineering

Posted 1 October 2018 · Add Comment

Poeton Industries will be at this yearís Advanced Engineering Show at the NEC in Birmingham on the 31st October and 1st November, to show its latest advanced surface engineering technologies.

As surface engineering specialists, the Poeton team will be on hand to discuss the range of coatings offered at the company’s Gloucester, Cardiff and Poland sites.

In addition to the complete range of standard surface treatments including anodising, hard chrome and electroless nickel, Poeton also offer advanced technologies through the Apticote range. These treatments provide unique performance advantages and bespoke solutions beyond standard treatments, having been developed by Poeton’s in-house research and development team, designed to solve problems including wear, corrosion, friction and abrasion.

Having been at the forefront of surface engineering technologies since 1898 and maintaining industry quality accreditations including AS9100 Rev D and Nadcap, Poeton work with the world’s largest aerospace and defence manufacturers to help ensure the latest boundary-pushing projects are not grounded by material surface issues.


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