Etching – Stainless Steel/Titanium

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Anopol Ltd
70 Bordesley Street, Birmingham, West Midlands
B5 5QA
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www.anopol.com
info@anopol.com
0121 632 6888
0121 631 2274

Anopol is the UK’s market leader in electropolishing and chemical surface treatment processes for stainless steel and other metals including titanium, nitinol, aluminium, copper, molybdenum, tungsten and zirconium.

26 Westcliff Road, Ramsgate, Kent
CT11 9JS
enquiries@butterworthsplating.co.uk
01843 592 475
01843 594 479

Butterworths (Regia) Ltd provide specialist electro-plating services for both precious and non-precious metals across a wide range of industries.  Our long-established reputation has been built on the high standard of our plating finishes  and the quality of the service that we provide

Firma-Chrome Ltd
Soho Works, Saxon Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
S8 0XZ
www.firma-chrome.co.uk
sales@firma-chrome.co.uk
0114 255 4343
0114 258 7375

At Firma-Chrome we take pride in our coating quality and customer service. Formed in 1987 our success is due to our focus on delivering quality coatings and exceptional service

Heatric (Poole) division of Meggitt (UK) Ltd
46 Holton Road, Poole, Dorset
BH16 6LT
htrc-info@meggitt.com
01202 627 000
01202 632 299

Heatric, a division of Meggitt Plc, specialises in precision etching of stainless steel and high nickel alloys for use in the manufacture of printed-circuit heat exchangers. Heatric utilises photochemical etching to produce specialised flow plates for use in a range of heat transfer applications. The company’s expertise in this process allows for the production of intricate fluid paths, with each heat exchanger featuring unique circuit designs to optimise the performance of the unit. The Heatric Birmingham facility is one of the largest dedicated chemical etching facilities in the world by volume of material removed. The facility incorporates a range of advanced equipment which allows Heatric to continuously refine its operations and push the boundaries of its capabilities in diffusion bonding and chemical etching. The company currently produces etched plates in sizes up to 1500*600*3mm with etch depths of up to 2.5mm (and potentially deeper).