Each branch of production is described by the nomenclature of the manufactured products, the characteristics of the ongoing technological processes, and specific working conditions. As a result, production processes are different and their complexity depends primarily on the complexity of the products produced.
It is a high-speed fuel-oxygen combustion process using wires of various metals and their alloys as a spray material.
It is a process of spraying high-particle carbide materials using a fuel-oxygen mixture. The process shows a higher degree of particle oxidation compared to the HVAF process, with a slightly higher (about 1%) porosity of the coating.
Laser cladding is a process to apply metal and metal-ceramics coatings using a laser as tool for precise impact of base and an additive materials. The laser beam in a very thin top layer melts base material and an additive metal or metal-ceramics material compositions to create a protective coating.
Powder coating is a process in which a layer of powder is sprayed onto the surface of a heated metal, after which the same flame melts it.
It is a plasma melting process that enables the integral melting of the surfaces of parts with extremely hard-wearing materials - superalloys. Used for restoration of seals, flooding of valve seats and valve sealing surfaces. The best results are obtained using cobalt-based superalloys called stellates.
Low pressure cold spray technology (Gas Dynamic Cold Spray) was installed in our company in 2019 when the need arose to restore micro damage and aluminum housing bearings. This technology helps offer customers an even wider range of equipment component restoration options.
The conventional thermal spraying process allows for the coating of many metal powder compositions as well as ceramic coatings. This process results in higher porosity, lower adhesion coatings.
It is a process of spraying high-particle carbide materials using a fuel-oxygen mixture. The process shows a higher degree of particle oxidation compared to the HVAF process, with a slightly higher (about 1%) porosity of the coating. Coatings are widely used in areas requiring abrasion protection.