Founded in 1895, Poeton are the UK’s leading surface engineering specialists, providing a wide choice of surface coatings, serving customers worldwide. Under our ‘Apticote’ trademark, we offer hard chrome, cadmium, electroless nickel, thermal spraying, anodising, plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO), polymer coatings and a range of specialist hybrid treatments that provide unique performance advantages.
To help you select the right Apticote coating for your requirement, you can select by coating or by industrial sector using the links below.
Poeton are also the sole UK licensee for General Magnaplate coatings such as Tufram, Nedox and Plasmadize.
Poeton Industries were honored to receive the Cotswold Life 2015 award for Innovation & Enterprise, which adds to the range of awards the group has received in the last three years.
Poeton Industries are pleased to announce that the company has won the Cotswold Life 2015 Family Business Award for Innovation and Enterprise (Gloucestershire).
It was a sad day when I had to say goodbye to Mike Chedzey last week, when he retired after 50 years and 6 months unbroken employment with Poeton Industries.
At Poeton, our philosophy is that the need for a functional coating should be anticipated at the component design stage, in tandem with the choice of material, the manufacturing route and the tolerances. Too often, we are asked for coatings as an ‘add on’, with insufficient tolerances, difficult materials and awkward processing demands. The result is extra cost – cost that can be greatly reduced if we work together from the onset.
TSA provides corrosion protection and paint bonding properties for a wide range of aluminium alloys & is now becoming the standard for the Aerospace and Defence industries, in replacing Chromic Acid Anodising.
Founded in 1898, Poeton are the UK’s leading surface engineering specialists, providing a wide choice of surface coatings, serving customers worldwide.
Under our ‘Apticote’ trademark, we offer hard chrome, cadmium, electroless nickel, thermal spraying, anodising, plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO), polymer coatings and a range of specialist hybrid treatments that provide unique performance advantages. ‘Apticote’ is now specified by name on many customers’ engineering drawings.
For aerospace and defence, we hold OEM Approvals, ISO 9001-2008, ISO 14001 and NADCAP certification, underpinned by NDT and QA techniques. Our Cardiff site also offers copper, Tin/Nickel, Alocrom and engineering painting, whilst the Gloucester site operates advanced robotic systems for thermal spraying. All our processes are computer controlled, ensuring consistent quality and repeatability.
For the food, pharmaceutical and packaging industries, our polymer composite coatings offer unrivalled low friction, non-stick and corrosion protection, many with FDA compliance. For automotive, our nickel-composite cylinder coating gives the ultimate engine performance. For light-weight materials, including Mg and Ti, our PEO and composite anodising provide unsurpassed corrosion and wear protection.
Whatever the problem, high, medium or low volume, Poeton has the solution. We support our products with top class laboratory services, including wear and corrosion test facilities, and an ongoing programme of R&D, underpinning our claims for the best coating performance.
We are committed to solving our customers’ problems, through consultation and project management, including a help-line, developing new coatings, advising on materials and design, and ensuring the optimum and most cost-effective surface engineering solution.
Poeton Industries licenses specific coating technologies from General Magnaplate and these include the highly successful 'Nedox', 'Tufram' and Plasmadize processes which are both available in our UK process facilities (Poeton are the sole UK licensee for Magnaplate coatings) and through our South East Asia Joint Venture ATC Poeton. For more on General Magnaplate, follow this link.
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