Keronite is the world’s most advanced surface treatment for aluminium, magnesium and titanium.

What is Keronite

Keronite is an innovative answer to many current Surface Technology problems experienced by a diverse list of industries such as Aerospace, Oil & Gas, Automotive, Sports equipment and Defence.  With its unique characteristics it can offer the highest levels of corrosion and wear protection for light alloys such as Magnesium, Aluminium and Titanium.  Keronite means you don’t have to choose between performance or budget, we can offer a range of coatings to suit all applications and resources.

Designed to your specification

Keronite is the world leader in PEO (Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation) technology.  We invented and own the extensive range of Keronite surface solutions.  This puts us in direct control of your coating and using our unique experience and highly skilled R&D team, we can design and develop custom answers to your individual requirements.

Dedicated Production Facilities

Keronite offers coating services from facilities in the UK and USA to our global customer base.  Alternatively, we can offer dedicated, manned production cells for your particular application in your factory or ours.  Contact us (link) to find out more.

Trusted to Deliver

Through our 10 year history Keronite has been trusted to deliver by many of the world’s most recognisable brands.  Keronite features on a wide range of products including Commercial Aircraft, Formula1 cars, Sub-Sea exploration vehicles, Bicycles, Mobile Phones, Satellites and even the Mir Space station amongst many others.

Clean Technology

Keronite uses no strong acids, heavy metals such as chrome or VoCs in production of our surface solutions.  This is good for the environment but also means we offer REACh compliant and Chrome free coatings to ensure you comply with all new legislation.

Find out how Keronite can help in your application, or give us a call for more information.

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