E/M Coating Services has been supplying, designing and manufacturing highly engineered coating solutions for a diverse range of markets for over 40 years.
We have a dedicated and highly experienced technical team operating from our well-equipped and specifically designed facilities, enabling us to provide our customers with the very highest levels of quality, service and technical support. Our facilities feature the very latest technology to ensure complete long-term environmental compliance and in addition to our central UK operation based in Evesham, E/M Coating Services also operates facilities Worldwide.
Today E/M develops and applies a comprehensive and innovative range of technical coatings for customers from all industrial sectors, ranging from multi-national and OEM organisations to small specialist engineering and manufacturing companies.
As a pioneer in the original use of dry film lubricant coating products E/M has remained at the forefront of this vital technology utilising solid lubricant materials such as molybdenum-disulphide, graphite, PTFE and others.
E/M Coating Services is a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies (CWST) who provide highly engineered processes including world-class controlled shot peening and laser peening, engineered coatings and analytical services to improve the life, strength and performance of critical components. These are delivered through a wide network of over 70 dedicated international facilities and on-site work serving major industries such as aerospace, automotive, power generation, oil & gas, Military & Defense, petrochemical, marine, medical and other specialty industries .
Through this array of services and a combination of superior service, quality, reliability, expertise and flexibility, CWST works in partnership with its customers to solve their complex challenges and improve the life and performance of their products.
18th May 2015
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