Innovative corresion protection, when galvanizing isn’t enough.
High quality control standards are achieved by following a specific process prior and during the coating process.
Fundamentals of Thermal Spraying
This method of industrial coating uses a heat source to apply material (typically powder or wire) to a surface. The heat source melts the coating material into drops that can be sprayed onto the surface.
Coatings can be applied to different thicknesses, depending on what they will be used for. The spray technique is faster than many other coating application techniques.
Metallization Flame spray and Arc spray gear is used to apply ‘corrosion protection’ coatings of zinc, aluminum, and zinc or aluminum alloys onto steelwork which include a variety of hydraulic components, motors, and other industrial use tools.
The spray, made of molten particles, rapidly solidifies once it contacts a substrate, or the surface of the object that is sprayed. It adheres to the surface because of a mechanical bond that is created when the molten material impacts the surface of the substrate.
Protect valuable hydraulic parts and industrial equipment against abrasion, erosion, corrosion and substrate brinelling.
Eliminate scrapping expensive parts due to wear. Use Corrosion Plus Coating™ to repair and extend part life.
A model demonstration similar to the Clare Machine Works service.
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Innovative corresion protection for marine gear, when galvanizing isn’t enough.