Metal treater set for investor drive

Metal firm MicroFuze International has brought in Positive Profile to interest investors in its patented chrome steel treatment.

Positive founder Henry Gewanter is advising the company, ten per cent owned by the US Department of Energy and which listed on AIM last month.

MicroFuze's main selling point to investors is its patent of a technology that chrome-plates surfaces using microwaves.

The application protects surfaces against erosion and corrosion. MicroFuze says this treatment is effective in creating surface alloys that are currently difficult or relatively expensive to produce. This would make it attractive to industries that use high-performance alloys, such as aerospace, defence, automotive, power generation and tool making firms.

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