Consultancy Services

Consultancy Services

Harnessing the technical expertise of our dedicated team of engineers, technologists, metallurgists and fabrication specialists to develop solutions-led consulting from conceptual design to application.

Providing the highest quality consultancy services to bespoke requirements based on international expertise, LTi continuously strive to push the boundaries and look at new technologies and processes to meet its customers’ expectations.

Examples include:

Fusion & Nuclear

LTI Metaltech is recognised as industrial experts in high integrity welded structures and as such has supported Tokamak Energy with its aim to create the world’s first high field spherical Tokamak ST40 reactor at a fraction of the industry size which in theory will remove the legacy problems of radioactive waste and solve the energy crisis.


LTi Metaltech is proud to have developed its partnership with Siemens and place into full production its vessels, leading to investment for R&D initiatives and latest equipment and facilities. Employing a ‘design to cost’ methodology, our technical experts were able to deliver bespoke solutions at lower costs. As a result of the partnership, weight reduction of the cryogenic vessels was reduced by 20%, and an overall cost and size reduction of 10%.


As members of Renewable UK, LTi are committed to forming strategic partnerships with key manufacturers and service providers to deliver high performance and cost effective solutions that meet renewable energy challenges of the future.

Core expertise

  • Over 46,000 sq ft total factory space

  • High Integrity, regulated State-of-the-art vessels and structures manufactured using Stainless Steel, Copper and high purity Aluminium

  • LTi employs around 100 people which includes one of the largest group of specialist coded welders in the South East of England

  • New manufacturing technologies and a global supply chain to reduce costs

  • ISO 9001, 14001 & 18001 and NDA compliance

  • Members of the British Cryogenics Cluster and The Welding Institute (TWI), the Pressure Vessel Manufactures Forum (PVMF) and the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA)