Royal Ascot

Ascot-2The original Harland & Wolff gates (in black) pre-date the Second World War and represent the working classes.

The Royal Ascot gates (in white), erected shortly after Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne in 1952, represent the gentry. The entire sculpture portrays two classes of society coming together.


Ascot-1These black gates, also from Harland & Wolff, are now found in the Royal Enclosure. They sustained bomb damage during World War II.

They have been blast cleaned to Sa 2.5, Zinc sprayed and then a Zinc rich powder coat primer was applied. Finally they were coated in a black polyester powder coat and the areas in red were coated in a two pack polyurethane wet spray.



The white gates are the original gates from the Royal Enclosure at the racecourse. They have also been blast cleaned to Sa 2.5 and Zinc sprayed. A Zinc rich powder coat primer was then applied followed by a coating of white polyester powdercoating.


Why choose Conqueror?

The results you obtain from powder coating not only depend on the coating technique, but also on the surface preparation, pre-treatment and curing process. At Conqueror Industries, we have developed the experience and expertise required to offer exceptional results to our clients. With over 25 years experience in the metal coatings industry, we guarantee you:

  • Perfect colour match with our wide colour spectrum featuring over 600 colours
  • Fast turnaround time and a collection and delivery service
  • High-quality finishes for all components
  • Up to 25 years guarantee
  • Exceptional customer service

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