About Gase Engineering - GASE

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Gase Engineering

GASE’s core disciplines consist of high-speed 3 / 5-axis Machining, Turning and Fine Limit Sheet Metal Fabrication using ferrous, non-ferrous, and composite materials. In addition to this GASE can provide waterjet cutting, CNC punching, and welding.

These core disciplines are carried by our skilled workforce within our three factories located in Crayford, Kent. We have the capability and capacity to manufacture parts on time, accurately and competitively for local, EU and global customers. With our 24/7 lights out unmanned facilities and the versatility of high-volume machines. We continuously invest and upgrade our machines to the latest systems and have invested in multi pallet five-axis machinery at the cutting edge of technology to compete globally on price and delivery, without sacrificing performance and quality standards.


Market Sectors

State-of-the-art engineering resources allow for seamless integration of your prototype and batch designs into our manufacturing processes.Our Customers range from the Aerospace, Defence, Nuclear, information technology and Marine sectors.

Regardless of the complexity or extended further processing of a part or assembly, you can be certain that GASE has the knowledge using the latest technology and capability to fulfil your requirements.

  • Aviation
  • Power
  • Telecoms

Our Heritage

In the late 60’s Gordon and John Seagrove began producing Precision Fine Limit Sheet Metalwork parts for the electronics industry.
Following the retirement of Gordon Seagrove in the early 90’s, Steven Seagrove (Gordons son) a time served apprentice, took on the Stewardship and Directorship of the company. Under his guidance the company has flourished and trebled in size to three 10,000 sq.ft. factory units. Gase is located on the historic Vickers site, home of the Vimy, which was used for the famous Alcock and Brown first non-stop flight across the Atlantic.