A wide range of items including ashtrays, gushers, lights, latches, locks, hinges and other mechanical components, can be dismantled and reassembled on the premises. Tolerances are carefully controlled, so that the components retain functionality after plating.
Lamberts London do not dismantle and reassemble seat belt fittings, harnesses, freight networks and cargo nets onsite; however, they can be arranged by Lamberts London to be sent to an approved certified repair facility.
Lamberts London uses specialised processes to strip off any old paints, lacquers and metal plating, without damaging the base metal substrate. Any possible rust and oxidisation will also be removed.
This is an essential stage of the renovation and ensures that the item is best prepared to take a new layer of plating. All objects are subsequently polished and cleaned before pre-treatment is applied.
The day to day general use of parts and items will sometimes mean that they get old, worn and damaged from a drop or a knock. Prior to repairs, Lamberts London uses specialised processes to strip off any old paints, lacquers and metal plating, without damaging the base metal substrate.
The restoration process can then begin with initial fabrication repair, soldering, welding, debruising, straightening and reshaping on the base metal substrate.
Established Over 50 Years Ago, Lamberts London Is A Respected World-Renowned Leader In Decorative Metal Plating Providing A Luxury Finish.