Thermal spray coatings for reclamation applications

Case Studies

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

Cargo ship

Arcspray reclamation of rudder posts

Reason for use: Reclamation of worn rudder posts Download PDF Related Products Arcspray 145/S345-CL View Product Arcspray 340(16)-PLC View Product Arcspray 528E(16)-ICC View Product The Shipping Industry, like any other Industry, has its share of wear problems. These are generated by the very harsh conditions of a Marine Environment; ships are sometimes at sea for months at a time with limited regular maintenance to some of the extreme areas. The rudder post which will only have limited access during a…

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Clutch Diaphragms Springs

The reclamation of clutch diaphragms springs

Reason for use: During use, the clutch diaphragm spring will wear on its tip ends at the point where it comes into constant contact with the thrust bearing. Download PDF Related Products MK61-FS Wire Flame View Product The clutch diaphragm spring in itself is not particularly an expensive item, however, the labour involved in removing the old spring from its housing then replacing it with new will push up the total cost of clutch refurbishment. By using the Metallisation flamespray…

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Arc Spraying Of Mill Rolls

Flamespraying of mill rolls

Reason for use: Grip coating Download PDF Related Products MK61-FS Wire Flame View Product In the past, tremendous problems have been associated with billet ‘biting’ on newly machined mill rolls. The rolls have a very smooth finish after being machined and therefore offer less surface friction on the billet to pull it through the mill stand. This problem occurs mainly where a large bite angle occurs in the roll pass design, that is where the size of the billet entering…

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