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Highly experienced in the field of


metal pretreatment,


Envirometal Technologies Ltd is the sole distributor in the UK and Ireland of a number of products based on the ‘Plaforization’ process.


Envirometal Technologies Limited


Plaforization is a unique degreasing and phosphating treatment for all metal items which, when dipped or sprayed with our patented metal pretreatment fluids at ambient temperature, are degreased,


phosphated/polymerised, protected and prepared in a single operation with no heat for the immediate or future application of either powder paint or liquid paint. No water, no rinsing. Protection lasts for months if necessary before painting, with no flash rusting. This single application ensures protection on steel greater than that achieved by traditional iron phosphating.


A range of products are based on this technology – 'Pai-kor', 'Ecophor' and 'Toran 3' – all will be featured at the exhibition.


Envirometal Technologies Limited Long House


Westham Lane, Barford Warwickshire CV35 8DP


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 1926 494126 Email: info@envirometaltech.co.uk www.envirometaltech.co.uk


stand: 76


Ervin Amasteel is the largest-selling brand of steel abrasives – the most cost-effective and productive in operation throughout the world.


Ervin Amasteel Limited


Founded in 1920 by John F. Ervin in the USA, the company first manufactured shot and grit in 1941, chilled iron at that time, then switched to steel in 1952, when the 'Amasteel' trade name was introduced. John F. Ervin also patented the Ervin Shot Testing Machine, which is still the benchmarking reference in the Industry.


Ervin established itself as number one in North America and expanded worldwide, through superior quality, excellent service and respect for customers. The famous Tecumseh Research and Development Center was created in 1990, and is the home of 'Amacast', the highest-quality stainless steel abrasive available, and constantly provides new technologies to ensure that Ervin Amasteel shot and grit provides optimum performance.


Ervin Amasteel - UK George Henry Road Great Bridge, Tipton West Midlands DY4 7BZ


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 1215 222777 Email: sales@ervinindustries.com www.ervinamasteel.eu


stand: 126


Masking systems for powder and liquid painting operations, anodizing and chromium plating. Conical plugs and caps for the protection of holes and threads in painting operations. Resisting up to 315°C and reusable.


Tapes and adhesive disks for masking operations in powder painting and galvanic processes,


metallization and anodizing.


is one of the leader’s in the production and distribution of professional masking systems for all surface treatments. For over 10 years Euromask® has been distributing its wide range of plugs, caps and painting hooks, tapes and discs, tubing and special moulded products worldwide.


Euromask / 2M Tapes Euromask®


Speed, flexibility and professionalism are the key words to Euromask®


’s success:


Execution of 85% of orders within 24/48 hours 8 million pieces in stock


Fast sampling times: for adhesives 3-4 days with production in about ten days, for moulded items 3 weeks with production in 4 weeks


Come and visit us on stand 126. We look forward to meeting you at Surface World Show 2013.


Euromask 2M Tapes 53 Duffryn Oaks Drive Pencoed Bridgend Wales


CF35 6LZ


Tel: +44 (0) 1656 770720 salesuk@euromask-shop.com www.euromasklimited.com


54 SURFACE WORLD september 2013 - show issue read online @ www.surfaceworld.com


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