Abbey Metal Finishing

Products and Services

We provide six processing shops in one new 65,000 sqft facility; NDT & Etch Inspection, Anodising, Electro-Plating, Bonding & Assembly, Plasma Spraying, Painting and associated Oven Treatments.

Export:

Worldwide

Applications:

Aerospace, F1, Energy, Automotive, Military, Medical.

In house Facilities:

We provide 40 finishing operations in our facility ensuring we maximise efficiency, reduce costs and minimise all important lead times.

In house Capability:

Customer service is paramount; from initial enquiry through to final inspection and delivery your order will be expertly managed through our dedicated MRP system. Our processes and services cover:

  • A wide range of materials including Light Alloy, Steel, Titanium, and Nickel based alloys.
  • Comprehensive laboratory facilities using the latest technology enable metallographic testing and inspection including XRF – X-Ray Fluorescent testing.
  • Class III Adhesive Bonding of Assemblies.
  • Humidity & salt spray testing.

Current Accreditations

ISO9001: 2008, AS/EN9100 Rev C and ISO14001
NADCAP: Non Destructive Testing (FPI and MPI)
NADCAP: Chemical Processing, NADCAP: Coatings (Plasma)
Rolls Royce plc, Goodrich, Messier-Bugatti Dowty, Lockheed Martin

Contact

Gary Griffiths
General Manager


T: +44 (0)1455 637284
F: +44 (0)1455 899520
E: info@amfin.co.uk

Abbey Metal Finishing
Unit 2
Dodwells Bridge Industrial Estate
Dodwells Road
LE10 3BZ

Business Background

Founded in 1947, Abbey Metal Finishing Co Ltd (Amfin) has established an enviable reputation as a professional and accomplished metal finishing company. We serve customers in a diverse range of industries including Aerospace, Defence, Medical, Automotive, General and Specialist Engineering. Our newly established facility in Hinckley is among the world’s most modern processing and finishing plants, integrated with other processing shops on one site, ensuring efficiency whilst reducing costs and all important lead times.

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