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About Keronite

Keronite is a provider of plasma electrolytic oxidation surface treatment services. It caters to sectors that include defense, commercial aerospace, industrial vehicle, and semiconductor manufacturing markets. The company's patented chrome-free technology aims to be used to transform the surface of aluminum and magnesium into a ceramic coating. It was founded in 2000 and is based in Haverhill, U.K. In November 2022, Keronite was acquired by Curtiss-Wright.

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53 Hollands Road 1 Tudor Rose Court

Haverhill, England, CB9 8PJ,

United Kingdom

+44 (0)1223 893222

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Keronite has filed 1 patent.

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Metal halides, Oxide minerals, Zirconium compounds, Vanadium compounds, Tantalum compounds


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Metal halides, Oxide minerals, Zirconium compounds, Vanadium compounds, Tantalum compounds



Latest Keronite News

Keronite acquired in $35M deal

Nov 18, 2022

The U.S. manufacturing operations for UK-based Keronite is in Greenwood. North Carolinas-based Curtiss-Wright Corp. (NYSE: CW) says it has completed the acquisition of Keronite Group, a company based in the United Kingdom but its U.S. operations are in Greenwood. Keronite provides a coatings technology that offers corrosion protection and wear resistance in a variety of applications, including defense, aerospace and semiconductor manufacturing. The cash deal is valued at $35 million. Keronite uses a process called plasma electrolytic oxidation that produces ceramic layers on light alloys, such as aluminum and titanium. It improves the durability and provides improved performance similar to heavy materials, including steel and carbide. “The acquisition of Keronite increases the breadth of our surface treatment services portfolio with unique and complementary coatings technologies recognized for their critical performance in severe service environments,” said Curtiss-Wright Chair and Chief Executive Officer Lynn Bamford. Kerronite will operate within Curtiss-Wright’s Aerospace & Industrial segment. Most Popular Stories

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Keronite Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Keronite founded?

    Keronite was founded in 2000.

  • Where is Keronite's headquarters?

    Keronite's headquarters is located at 53 Hollands Road, Haverhill.

  • What is Keronite's latest funding round?

    Keronite's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Keronite?

    Investors of Keronite include Curtiss-Wright, Spark Ventures, RAB Capital, Bank of Scotland, Hotbed and 5 more.

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