Expansion for UK based Hart Materials

March 31, 2014

Hart Materials Limited, a UK based supplier of metallic and composite small particulate materials, has announced it is relocating to larger premises.

“Basically we have outgrown our existing office space and needed our own integral warehouse due to the expansion of our activities,” stated Dr Tony Hart, Chairman of Hart Materials. “Consequently we decided to purchase premises that became available about a mile from our existing offices in Wombourne, South Staffordshire. Our intention is to broaden the activities of the company in specific areas.”


These high magnification electron microscopic images show detailed structure of some of the nickel particulate products marketed by Hart Materials.

For many years Hart Materials has specialised in nickel-based materials including nickel powders and composite particles such as nickel-coated graphite. This focus has, however, led the company into application areas with demands for totally different particulate materials. “We are therefore looking to be able to supply these markets in addition, of course, to our full range of nickel products,” added Hart.

The expansion will also allow Hart Materials to modify the properties of a number of existing commercially available particulate materials in-house, stated the company.

“Furthermore, we aim to further strengthen our relationship with the US company Novamet Specialty Products Corporation with whom we have worked most successfully, representing them in Europe since. 1982,” continued Hart.


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