Thermal spray coatings for saltwater applications

Case Studies


Deflected Flame Extension used on RNLI Launch Carriers

Reason for use: Corrosion protection Download PDF Related Products Deflected Flame Spray Extension View Product Related Videos Metallisation Deflected flamespray extension Further Reading Protecting Ships and Trawlers from Corrosion The new Metallisation deflected flame spray extension has been used to protect a new Supacat Launch and Recovery System (L&RS), which has been designed for the RNLI (The Royal National Lifeboat Institution). Deflected Flame Extension The deflected flame spray extension was launched in July 2010 and Perryfields was one of the first companies…

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Metallisation Equipment Protecting Fishing Boats

Reason for use: Parkol Marine Engineering, based in Whitby, has recently applied a thermal sprayed zinc coating to a new whitefish trawler, the Resilient LK195, to protect it from corrosion. Download PDF Related Products Arcspray 150/S500(16)-CL View Product Further Reading Protecting Ships and Trawlers from Corrosion Ten Diverse Applications For Metal Spraying Metallisation’s thermal spraying equipment has been protecting a diverse range of surfaces, structures and vessels for over ninety years and continues to be the chosen solution for many…

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Off Shore Oil Platform Protected by Thermal Sprayed Aluminium (TSA) Coating Solution

Reason for use: Long term corrosion protection of offshore oil platform structure Download PDF Metallisation customer, Gardwell Coatings Limited, based in East Anglia, has applied Thermal Sprayed Aluminium (TSA) to an offshore oil platform to protect the structure from corrosion, using Metallisation MK73 flame spray equipment. Gardwell Coatings Limited The off shore oil platform has been designed and constructed by SLP Engineering the UKs most experienced EP(I)C company. SLP commissioned Gardwell Coatings to metal spray the structure, which will be erected in the North…

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Example Applications

Ship Walkways

Ships walkways / heli-decks

Reason for use: Corrosion protection. Can also be sprayed as a rough coating or with Al-Oxide for non-skid surface Download PDF Metallisation corrosion protection The structural steelwork of a helicopter landing platform is protected against the severe corrosion attach of its marine environment by the Metallisation Arcspray process. The application calls for gritblasting and aluminium spraying to a depth of 150µm (0.006”) in accordance with BS EN.22063. The sprayed surface is then treated with an Olive Green single pack inhibitive Sealer,…

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Turret on battleship

Ships gun turrets

Reason for use: The anti-corrosive properties of the metal spraying process are widely recognised in the shipping and marine industry Download PDF

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