An insight into the manufacturing process…
Initially, castings are too hard and brittle to be worked into finished products, so they are subjected to an 80-hour heat treatment process known as annealing, after which they are cooled slowly, changing the carbon structure of the iron so that it is soft and malleable. Rough edges are removed, the castings are assembled and a rustproofing finish is applied.
A two-coat oven-cured paint process is then carried out, and then the products pass into our warehouse for final assembly, inspection and packaging ready for despatch.
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