Whatever your industry, your machine goes through a lot…..
Machinery is constantly exposed to the harsh elements of nature. Whether working in an Australian mine , on the German Autobahn, or in the middle of a city centre construction site; driving rain, dust, sand and sunlight are unforgiving forces that wear on your machines paintwork all year around.
To uphold the paint quality and performance year after year, it is absolutely crucial to provide your machine with an effective anti-corrosion surface protection. This is why Keltech have created KWrap: an innovative paint process that provides the industry’s toughest protection in all weather conditions.
KWrap is a technologically advanced and environmentally friendly pre-treatment and double layer powder paint process. Extensive field testing has repeatedly demonstrated that KWrap offers a best in class protection for your machine.
Keltech periodically run tests on the KWrap process at an independent laboratory to verify the resistance to corrosion, adherence and permeation.
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The Biggest Brands Choose Keltech Tanks
With Keltech's most recent customer acquisition we can now lay claim to an enviable fact; from our Irish facility based in County Waterford we supply steel fuel & hydraulic tanks to 6 of the top 10 construction original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the world...
Keltech Packs Punches On Light Gauge
Here at Keltech we know a thing or two about sheet steel. We cut in the region of 7,500 tonnes of sheet steel every year when producing complex fabrications for several of the world's leading Original Equipment Manufacturers. To put that tonnage in context; at our 150,000 sq. ft Irish facility we cut 1 Eiffel Tower worth of steel every year.
KELTECH JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19
THE Covid-19 pandemic has brought out of the best in so many local companies who have refocused and redoubled their efforts to provide assistance to the frontline in the war against the virus.
Using CFD Technology to Innovate Tank Designs
Its a year and a half since Seamus Lawlor Keltech Business Development Manager first made contact with Atlas GmbH to discuss the possibility of a supply partnership. "the sales cycle in our industry from my initial point of contact through to actually being production approved can be in cases up to 24 months".
Niall Madden recalls being constantly told by his teachers in secondary school that 3rd level education was the best route to take after school. Trusting his instincts however the now 26 year old joined Keltech in 2011 to pursue a more hands on career right from the off.
Keltech's Growth Hack
In 2014 Keltech employed staff of 70 people. Now nearing the end of Quarter 1 2020 the Keltech workforce stands at 250 people and growing. In spite of Brexit our customer acquisition numbers over the past 36 months have been the highest in our 30 year history.