MetPrep are pleased to announce that we are now in the process of moving to our new and larger premises. Our new premises is located just 500 yards down the road from our previous location but it will give us a lot more space to react to the ever increasing business we are receiving. Our […]
MetPrep are pleased to announce the arrival of the ATM Vibratory Polisher, the Saphir Vibro. With a rapid change bowl, low noise operation and multiple stored methods this a revolutionary new design of a traditional product. Based around a 300 mm bowl the Saphir Vibro brings controlled and repeatable preparation to your final polishing stage. […]
To compliment the existing free downloadable Microstructure posters already available on our Downloads and Support page, MetPrep are now pleased to be able to offer an A1 sized Metallography poster for your laboratory. It has been designed to allow you to illustrate to visitors the preparation process that has to be undertaken to reveal a true […]
MetPrep are pleased to announce that Ken Lang has now joined us to support our Midlands and South West region.Ken is a qualified Materials Scientist and highly experienced Metallographer. With over 30 years spent in non-ferrous metallurgy, aerospace and the oil and gas industry Ken will be perfectly placed to support our growing customer base […]
The new MetPrep web site has been designed especially to help you find what you want more quickly and easily. We are also endeavouring to make this more of a resource to aid you in your daily tasks by supplying you additional information when required. Consumables We now offer an online consumables ordering facility as well as the […]
The first training course dates for 2016 have been released. See the Training page for latest information and the new brochure. MetPrep are pleased to announce the training course program for 2016. The MetPrep training courses are designed to cover specific areas of interest for the Materials Technologist and Metallographer alike. Each course is held […]
MetPrep’s Kevin Smith awarded the Diploma of the Royal Microscopical Society for his work – The Role of the Microscope in the Preparation & Evaluation of Metallographically Prepared Materials.
We are pleased to announce our very own Kevin Smith has triumphed in the Royal Microscopical Society International Scientific Imaging Competition 2015 judged at the MMC2015 in held in Manchester in July. His image – A view across a CCD – captured using an Olympus LEXT Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope gained First Prize in the Light […]