McKechnie and Omega Closed as a result of the NZ Govt Covid19 decision to move the country to Level 4 status.
We will reopen on April 23rd, 2020
As most of you will be aware the New Zealand Government moved the country to a Level 3 crisis status on Monday March 23rd and to Level 4 at midnight on Wednesday 25th March 2020.
This means that along with most businesses, we will be closing down from 2.30 pm on Wednesday 25th of March, 2020 for a period of four weeks. At this stage we will look to re-open on Thursday the 23rd of April 2020.
As part of our vertically integrated service, McKechnie Aluminium has on-site anodising and powdercoating facilities. All surface coating is done to international standards.
Up to 6.5m extrusion length capability.
In excess of 100 colours are offered and specialty colours are available on request.
Please contact us for more details of our colour options.
Anodising is a durable and hardwearing finish offering maximum protection in harsh environments. A range of colours and micron (7-25μm) finishes are offered to ensure you achieve the desired look.
Matt "Natural Anodising
For a contemporary look, natural anodising is the most popular anodising finish. For harsh environments such as coastal or corrosive areas, natural anodising in 25μm offers the best protection.
Permak "Bronze" Anodising
Suitable for the traditional feel or to suit darker colour schemes in architectural applications, bronze anodising gives a timeless and classic look while maintaining maximum protection.
Also available in champagne, light and dark bronze variations.
More applicable for component and display hardware, a range of black anodising finishes is on offer.
Our anodising plant provides excellent service to customers at the highest standards.
Our Niche anodised finish uses a process of acid etching to give you a more uniform matt look to all visible aluminium surfaces.
Polishing gives aluminium a shining lustre and is used on products that require decorative finishing.