Thermal spray coatings for reclamation applications

Case Studies

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Aerospace engine repair functions

Reason for use: Thermal Spraying Equipment Providing Engineering Coatings Download PDF Related Products MK74-PCC Auto Flame View Product Met-PCC(PLAS) View Product Arcspray 145/S245-CL View Product Thermal sprayed coatings have been a recognised and trusted solution for engineering coatings in the aerospace industry for many years. Metallisation has been providing thermal spraying advice, training, support, equipment and consumables to a diverse range of industries around the world, including the aerospace industry, since 1922. Stringent requirements in the aerospace industry result in…

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Application Data Sheets

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The reclamation of cast steel clutch release levers by powderspray

Reason for use: Repair worn steel cast release levers Download PDF Related Products MK74 Powder Flame View Product The powder flame spray reclamation of clutch release levers and many other automotive components has now become common practice. By using the flame spraying process, considerable savings may be made over replacement costs. Savings of up to 50% are common where on large components, savings of up to 90% may be achieved. It is sometimes advisable to use fused coatings on components…

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Reclamation of blanket cylinders web offset litho press

Reason for use: Rebuilding of corroded cylinders with a more corrosion resistant surface Download PDF Related Products Arcspray 145/S345-CL View Product Arcspray 340(16)-PLC View Product Arcspray 528E(16)-ICC View Product In the offset litho printing process, there is a requirement to use a mixture of water and ink to achieve the correct density of print. INTRODUCTION In the offset litho printing process, there is a requirement to use a mixture of water and ink to achieve the correct density of print.…

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Flamespray reclamation of ships propeller shafts

Reason for use: To repair the worn bearing areas on a ships propeller shaft Download PDF Related Products MK61-FS Wire Flame View Product Due to the constant rotation of a ships propeller shaft in a harsh marine environment, the bearing areas are very susceptible to wear, consequently giving rise to the inclusion of sand, salt water and other debris, leading to bearing seizure and loss of propulsion. By using the Metallisation Flamespray process it is possible to apply a coating…

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