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Automation Solutions Limited (ASL) is one of the leading companies providing advanced


control and data management systems for the metal finishing industry, together with a range of products which includes an extensive range of plating barrels and rectifiers, centrifugal dryers, vibratory units, special filters, automatic filters, anodising, thickness controllers and electro colour controllers, vibratory units, plus barrel auto-lid removal units. All are designed to enhance productivity and quality


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ALESTA® powder


coatings from Axalta are synonymous for quality, flexibility


and innovation which will clearly be demonstrated at Surface World 2013.


Automation Solutions Limited


Automation Solutions Limited (ASL) is one of the leading companies providing advanced control and data management systems for the metal finishing industry, together with a range of products which includes an extensive range of plating barrels and rectifiers, centrifugal dryers, vibratory units, special filters, automatic filters, anodising, thickness controllers and electro colour controllers, vibratory units, plus barrel auto-lid removal units. All are designed to enhance productivity and quality.


ASL produces its own software to ensure optimum performance and reliability, based on its long experience in the finishing sector and understanding and awareness of the problems that can arise. This same level of expertise is there to support the wide range of high quality product and equipment, all manufactured within the EU.


Associated company PROGALVANO (UK) who will also be exhibiting products provide an extensive range of Plating Barrels including the “ROTOR 2000” plus other ancillary products. New items include a range of Danglers


in Polyurethane and new sealed motors for the mini rotor range of barrels. Together with a continuously evolving improved features for many of the products. PROGALVANO srl enjoy a worldwide reputation and as expected are a major division of the ASL’s product representation.


Automation Solutions Limited Units 19-22


Goldsworth Road Industrial Estate Woking, Surrey GU21 6LY


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 1483 773444 Email: sales@automationsolutionslimited.co.uk www.automationsolutionslimited.co.uk


Axalta Powder Coatings Systems UK Limited


As well as holding in stock every RAL classic colour in architectural grade polyester Axalta Coating Systems also offers a wide range of exciting finishes such as our Architects Edition, Anodic and Fine Texture ranges.


range of metallic and textured powders is one of the largest and most sophisticated in the world. Axalta is dedicated to providing architects and designers with the technology to bring creativity to life, which brought about:


Innovation is an integral part of the Axalta corporate culture, backed up by our expertise in colour design. The ALESTA®


The Architects Edition, a remarkable collection of 16 special finishes in ALESTA®


Super Durable coatings selected in cooperation with international architects across Europe.


Fine Texture collection, 88 RAL colours with Fine textured finishes fulfilling all Architecture requirements and providing premium levels in terms of aesthetics and functional performance Anodic range: has been


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The dedicated Precision Cleaning Solutions (PCS) team offer a comprehensive range of cleaning solvents and detergents covering the complete range of


chemistries and application methods, all backed with full technical support.


developed to mimic the lustre of anodised aluminium but with many more benefits including the option to coat both steel and aluminium.


After more than 10 years of research and development (and more than 20 years of expertise in the field of anti- corrosion) the ALESTA®


Zero Zinc range of products has


been developed using HDC technology to achieve optimum performance and outstanding corrosion protec- tion for ferrous and non-ferrous substrates to be coated, without the environmental issues associated with Zinc.


Axalta Powder Coatings Systems UK Limited Whessoe Road, Darlington DL3 0XH


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 1325 347000 Email: powdersales@gbr.dupont.com www.alestapowder.com


Banner Chemicals Group UK


The Banner Chemicals Group has been providing expert chemical distribution for over 150 years and has a rich history of supplying the market with cutting edge products from the worlds leading manufactures – a trend we are very pleased to continue by launching a brand new range of exciting fluorinated precision cleaning products at this years Surface World show.


The new range of fluorinated products are designed specifically to offer the perfect balance of performance, cost, Health, Safety & Environmental benefits. Further to these modern fluorinated solvents Banner Chemicals also continue to supply traditional chlorinated solvents, brominated & hydrocarbon solvents as well as a range of semi-aqueous and aqueous based cleaning solutions. For maximum safety with minimum operator exposure and product loss all of our products can be complimented with our SolveCare Sealed Delivery System for closed loop solvent transfer.


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This year we have also partnered with CC Hydrosonics who will be displaying their vapour degreasing technology on the stand. CC Hydrosonics are an experienced UK manufacturer and have vast experience of all cleaning equipment from small ultrasonic tanks to full bespoke automated vapour degreasing equipment.


Banner Chemicals Group UK Hampton Court Tudor Road Manor Park


Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 1TU


Telephone: +44 (0)1928 597 000 Email: info@bannerchemicals.com www.bannerchemicals.com


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