Hot Dip Galvanizing offers you long-term protection against rust and corrosion of steel products, and with almost 150 years experience you can be sure of high quality galvanising and unrivalled customer service from across the Wedge Group.
We have the largest galvanizing bath in the UK at 21m long allowing us to galvanize structural steel up to 29m in length. Wedge are also specialists in centrifuge galvanising for small parts and components, we can also galvanize continuous lengths of marine chain.
Steelwork that has been hot dip galvanized by Wedge can be found on motorway networks, including road sign gantries, lighting columns, foot-bridges and safety-barriers, as well as, trackside railway equipment. We also galvanize many large-scale construction projects, such as new office developments, multi-storey car parks and sports stadiums where galvanizing provides highly cost-effective and long-lasting protection against corrosion for structural steelwork
Manufacturers of agricultural equipment, such as road trailers, animal pens for livestock auction markets, balconies, railings and fire escapes, have regularly opted to have their work galvanised by Wedge Group Galvanizing. They know its high quality galvanising service provides the toughest protection against the harshest environmental conditions.
Wedge Galvanizing service multiple locations throughout the UK including Scotland, West Midlands, East Anglia, Merseyside, South Yorkshire and many more. For a full list, visit our plant location page.
This autumn something out of the ordinary is happening at RIBA. Come and explore the repurposed Architecture Gallery as the multi-disciplinary artist Giles Round focuses our attention on one of the most familiar and unavoidable architectural features of the city: the façade.
South East Galvanizers was commissioned to process approximately 24 tonnes of steel used by The Traditional Company to create brand new Traditional Estate fencing, gates and posts spanning over 1,200m at the Georgian Osterley Park estate on behalf of The National Trust.