Corporate

Colmonoy® Improves Life of Transfer Rolls by 3 times longer

The Welsh Governments Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething MS had his first company site visit last Thursday since entering his new role. Read More

Surfacing

Prolong the Useful Life of Your Parts

From exploration and drilling to pumping and refining, our range of nickel and cobalt-based hardfacing alloys have successfully extended the useful life of Oil & Gas equipment and machinery from harmful corrosion and wear. Read More

Surfacing

Colmonoy® Origins – A Nickel-based Hardfacing Alloy

The first nickel-based hardfacing alloy, Colmonoy® was developed by two metallurgists Mr. Norman Cole and Mr. Walter Edmonds in 1937. Read More

Surfacing

Colmonoy® Improves Life of Pump Parts in Petroleum and Chemical Industries by 4-8 times longer

Colmonoy® Alloy News – Colmonoy coated pump Parts for oil producing and refining equipment last longer. Read More

Surfacing

Fusewelder™ Torch Video #2: Establishing an Optimal Flame

In this video, Alloy Products Technical Manager, Warren Lewis, demonstrates the Fusewelder™ Torch, taking you through the process of applying powder to a workpiece, step-by-step. Read More

Surfacing

Read our latest Colmonoy® News - "The Importance of Hardness Testing"

Ensure that your hardfacing coating or weld overlay process is achieving your desired output! Read More

Corporate

Expanded Metal Powder Characterization Capabilities at Pontardawe R&D Lab

Wall Colmonoy has recently invested in a Morphologi 4 for its Research & Development Lab to expand its metal powder characterization capabilities in the UK Read More

Corporate

Open for Business & Ready to Support – Wall Colmonoy Limited (UK)

Wall Colmonoy Limited (UK) maintains its commitment to essential industries during these unprecedented times. Read More

Brazing

Alloys for Food Processing - Colmonoy®, Wallex® and Nicrobraz®

Comfort food - packaged, refrigerated or frozen, is making a comeback as we quarantine. Colmonoy®, Wallex™ & Nicrobraz® are used within the food industry. Read More

Brazing

Origins of Our Name

Back in 1937, two metallurgists called Mr. Cole and Mr. Edmonds created a new nickel-based alloy. The alloy later became known as Colmonoy. Read More