Royal Ascot Gates
Conqueror Industries were commissioned to paint the railings and gates at the entrance to Royal Ascot. Each leaf of the gate weighed in excess of 1 tonne and the dimensions spanned 2000mm by 3000mm. The gates were coated from a galvanised base with a black polyester powder coat.
In addition Conqueror were commissioned to restore the original Harland and Wolff gates from the Royal enclosure, creating the ‘Uniting Two Societies’ sculpture found at the racecourse today.
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital
Conqueror Industries were commissioned to return the railings at the Queen Elizabeth II hospital in London to their former glory. Made over 50 years ago from cast iron the railings were extremely heavy adding additional challenges to their refurbishment
At Conqueror we have considerable experience working on complex projects and were able to use our expertise to complete this difficult job.
Conqueror Industries were commissioned to powder coat a gate for Worsys Welding recently. The specification was to blast clean to Sa2.5, add an anti corrosive powder coat primer to ensure a long lasting finish. Finally the powder coat the gate using Black RAL 9005 full gloss polyester powder coat.
Our customer was extremely pleased with the results “I’d just like to thank your company on an absolutely stunning finish to the gate you did for me” Worsys Welding.
Jones Baker Engineering
A recent project by Conqueror, where a staircase was degreased, then blast cleaned to Sa 2.5. The metalwork was then powder coat primed ready to then be coated. The client requested a dual colour finish and this was achieved to a high specification. The staircase was designed and fabricated by Jones Baker Engineering.
At Conqueror we have considerable experience in powder coating to an extremely high standard so please contact us if you would like to discuss the services that we offer.