Hot dip galvanizing offers long-term protection against the corrosion of steel products and, with almost 150 years' experience behind us, you can be sure of high-quality galvanizing and unrivalled customer service across Wedge Group.
We have the largest galvanizing bath in the UK at 21m long - enabling us to galvanize structural steel up to 29m in length.
We are also specialists in centrifuge galvanizing for small parts or components and can galvanize continuous lengths of marine chain.
Steelwork that has been hot dip galvanized by Wedge Group can be found on motorway networks in road sign gantries, lighting columns, foot bridges and safety barriers as well as trackside and overhead railway equipment.
We also work on many large-scale construction projects such as office developments, multi-storey car parks and sports stadiums where galvanizing provides long-lasting and highly cost-effective protection for structural steelwork.
Manufacturers of agricultural equipment such as trailers and animal pens, and of fixtures and fittings such as balconies, railings and fire escapes also call on us for a high-quality service that delivers the toughest defence against the harshest conditions.
Wedge Group Galvanizing services 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.
The team at Edward Howell Galvanizers Ltd has helped create a lasting memorial in honour of a local colliery which closed over 50 years ago. A commemorative sculpture was created as part of a programme of events held to mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of the old Alveley colliery in Shropshire and the end of coal mining in the Severn Valley.
The team at Humber Galvanizing Ltd has played a core role in vital refurbishment works on one of the busiest heritage railways in the UK. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, which runs a predominantly tourist steam train service between Pickering and Whitby, required the replacement of a large deteriorating iron railway bridge at Goathland which was suffering from corrosion and beyond repair.