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Thermal spray coatings are long lasting protective coatings for industrial wear and machine parts against punishing thermal, abrasive and corrosive attack

Thermal spray coating is a collective term that embraces a group of coatings processes. In thermal spray coatings, micron-size metallic or nonmetallic surfacing materials are deposited in a molten or semi-molten condition on a prepared substrate. The resulting coating imparts desired surface properties to the substrate while maintaining the substrate's unique properties.

The benefit::

Improve Properties. Some coatings are used to confer certain properties which the substrate lacks but are necessary for an industrial operation: for example, conductivity, electrical isolation, traction and release.

Improve Part Performance and Lengthen Component Life. The application of a thermal spray coating can reduce erosion, corrosion or abrasion to a substrate, thereby reducing the costs of replacing expensive base materials.

Restoration of Failing Parts. Worn and corroded parts, which would otherwise be scrapped, can often be reclaimed using thermal spray coatings. The part can be brought back to specification again and again, yielding considerable savings over time.

Industrial Chrome Plate Replacement. Since the government has nearly forbidden the use of hexavalent chrome, a dangerous chemical used in the chrome plating process, users of chrome plating have been forced to find a replacement. Flame spray coatings are an effective alternative which are also safe and environmentally friendly because the process produces a leftover powder that is not generally soluble and is easy to recycle.

Reduced downtime and costs, improved productivity.

For additional information, call us at: 610-871-1427 or Email us at info@longevitycoatings.com

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