We understand that high quality spray equipment without compatible, quality
Coating materials can lead to less than desirable coatings. Only wires designed and produced for thermal spraying ensures trouble-free application and superior, consistent coatings. Strict specifications and production controls guarantee that each wire is manufactured to a precise metallurgical composition and free from surface defects and contaminants. Care is taken to ensure that our wires have the proper physical properties for thermal spraying — tensile strength, hardness, and surface finish — and that they are properly packed/spooled for reliable performance.
Thermal Spray Wire
All type of metals, alloys, stainless steel, molybdenum wires available in coil, spool to suit both flame and arc spray process.
A general purpose stainless for corrosion protection. Resistant against sea water and slightly corrosive acids. Wear resistant also. Applications include pump shafts in ship building and fish processing industry, textile rolls.
Stainless Spray II
Chrome alloyed. Grinding only
Rc 42 - 48 AISI 420
Chromium steel for the application of hard layers, good wear resistance and emergency running characteristics. Substitute for hard chrome plating, fair corrosion-resistance, e.g. for plungers, hydraulic pistons, sliding surfaces, shafts and machine elements.
A general purpose carbon steel for rebuilding worn steel parts where excellent machinability is the main consideration. Fair wear resistance. Suitable for press fit mis-machined parts ball bearings seat etc.
Spray Steel 25
Mild Steel, Machinable
Rc 30 - 35
This is a carbon steel similar to Spray Steel 10, except that it is harder and has a lower shrink factor. Machinability and wear characteristic are both good.
99% Moly., Grinding,
Rc 44 - 45
It is frequently used as a bond coat due to its very good bong strength between the surface of base metal and sprayed metal. Though molybdenum is a costly wire, the sprayed thickness required for excellent bonding is only 0.015". It is also used as a top coat material due to low friction characteristics and high particle hardness. General applications are syncro rings, piston rings, clutch parts etc.
Nickel - Aluminide
Hardness 20 - 25 HRC
A unique pre-alloyed wire of nickel & aluminium. Good resistance to high temperature oxidation and thermal shock. Excellent self bonding to many substrates. Used as bond coat also. Useful for brazing jigs, heating crucibles, casting ladles etc.
Aluminium - Bronze
Bronze containing about 9% aluminium. Resistant against wear and corrosion through sea water, low shrinkage, used in ship building, engine and machine construction.
Tin - Bronze
As above very good surface quality, limited corrosion resistance, e.g. for sea water main pumps, centrifugal pumps shafts.
Phos - Bronze
A phosphor bronze for special repair of phosphor bronze items. Machines well.
Tin Based Babbitt
Suitable for bearings, segment rings and bushes, can be subjected to high dynamic and static loads, extremely silent-running characteristics, also with tight fit, excellent emergency running characteristics.
Lead Based Babbitt
To be used as explained above, but only structural parts of less precision and with higher dimensional tolerance.
Hardness 37 - 40 Rb
For coatings to serve as electrically conductive layers on non-conductive materials. For rolls and cylinders used in paper and textile industry.
Pure Nickel (99.9%)
For high-quality surface protection.
Pure Tin (99.9%)
For surface protection of food industry equipment.
Tin - Zinc
For obtaining solderable and conductive surface on non-conductive substrate. Also suitable for preparation of moulds for low pressure injection moulding.
For protection of iron and steel structures of all types and size against corrosion both in atmosphere and when immersed in either fresh or salt water. External coating on LPG cylinders, Capacitors, internal coating of tanks, bridges, dam sections etc.
Better corrosion protection than pure zinc.
Zinc Aluminum (85/15)
Corrosion protection against sea water, hot water and industrial atmospheres. Also for heat resistant for crucibles, firebox and doors & burner tubes, automobile exhausts.
Surface finishing in apparatus and machine construction. Coating may be applied on shaft or rolls, eliminating use of solid brass.
For anti corrosion applications.
A nickel based coating which incorporates extremely hard particles in a hardened matrix. May be used in the 'as sprayed' state although it can be subsequently fused to form a pore free coating that is metallurgically bonded to the substrate.
As Sprayed Ground Excellent
Produces extremely dense self bonded coatings with low oxide content and low porosity. Coatings are readily machinable and grind to an excellent finish.
Hi C MARTENSITIC STEEL
Provides a dense coating that is somewhat harder than METALLISATION 60E.
Produces a hard, dense coating with almost no oxide content. Work hardens and grinds to an excellent finish. The hardest of all iron based materials.
Self bonding hard coating which may be used to give excellent non-skid textured surfaces or be used as wear resistant ground coating.
As Sprayed Ground Good
A self bonding material producing a machinable coating giving good wear and corrosion resistance.
Finely dispersed carbides give extremely high wear resistance. The spherical form of the carbide gives less likelihood of counterface damage and reduced friction.
Rc 50 (Carbide Rc 70)
WC/Co in STEEL
a dense coating with TUNGSTEN CARBIDE particles embedded in a hardened steel matrix. Unlike nickel based materials, this is not suitable for corrosion resistant applications.
A Ductile Bronze Coating.
Machine Excellent Ground Good
A high performance nickel Aluminium for use FLAMESPRAY BONDING as an alternative to 99E Molybdenum where Metallisation equipment is not available.
Our broad product line of MCrAlYs, alloys of nickel, cobalt, iron, tungsten carbide, chromium, carbide, ceramic oxides, cermet and other metal alloy powders in required particle size, coupled with unparalleled powder customization capabilities, meets almost every thermal spray powder requirement, large or small.
Thermal Spray Powders
METAL & ALLOYS POWDERS
Excellent bond coat under ceramic and metal coatings. Resists temperature to the order of 1500°F. Minimum oxide inclusions and moderate corrosion resistance. Used also for thick over lays. Good for rebuilding of worn out parts. Machinable and grindable.
Good bond strength. Mild to moderate wear resistance. Harder than MEC-1037A due to the present of small quantity of molybdenum. Good for general repair of carbon steel and alloy steel components. Machinable with good finish.
This is an excellent bond coat under ceramics gives dense, clean and bright coating which resists oxidation and corrosive gases. Good for hot atmosphere to 1800°F.
Good heat and oxidation resistance under corrosive gases. Also used normally as bond coat material for thermal barrier coatings. Specially used for rebuilding of Ni and Ni-alloyed components. Thermal stability up to 1800°F.
Self bonding material. Good wear and oxidation resistance upto 1600°F. It is machinable to good finish.
One step, self bonding material thermal stability is upto 350°F. Cheaper than Ni-based bond coats. Can also be used for thicker coatings. Most suitable for rebuilding and reclamation of ferrous components.
Hard, abrasion and wear resistance coating. Thin and thick overlays are possible. Suitable for bearing areas subjected to severe friction.
One step bonding material. Good for salvage and build-up of carbon steel components. Hard coating with good abrasion resistance. Machinable to good finish. Cheaper than MEC-1087A.
Same as above with more carbon. One step self bonding material. Wider hardness range achievable. Good ground finish.
Aluminium bronze coating with low shrinkage and less oxides. Resists cavitations, fretting and low temperature wear on hard surfaces. Machinable to good ground finish.
Good corrosion resistance. Harder, denser and gives fine texture. Machinable to good ground finish.
Reclamation of mis-machined or worn out parts of low carbon steel, stainless steel, brass, aluminium alloys. Machine bed ways, wear rings, press fits, bearing seats, preferably as a top coat over bond coat powder MEC-1037A.
TUNGSTEN CARBIDE POWDERS
WC-Co / Ni-Cr-Si-C
35 / 65
This is a self fluxing powder, provides a dense and essentially pore free coating resists wear due to abrasive grains hard surfaces, erosion and fretting at temperature upto 1000°F.
WC-Co / Ni-Cr-B-Fe-Si-C
80 / 20
Dense, hard and wear resistant coating. Thermal stability upto 1000°F. Smooth finish and no thickness limitation, if cooled slowly.
WC-Co / Ni-Cr-B-Fe-Si-C
80 / 20
Dense, hard and wear resistant coating. Thermal stability upto 1000°F. Smooth finish and no thickness limitations, if cooled slowly.
WC-Co / Ni-Cr-B-Fe-Si-C
50 / 50
This is a self fluxing powder and provides coating requiring a grinding operation. Coating resists wear by abrasive grains, erosion and fretting.
CERAMIC & CERMET POWDERS
Hard, wear and corrosion resistant coating. Resists heat from molten metal and wear by natural abrasives.
Al2O3 - TiO2 97 / 3
Same as above but more dense coating with good finish.
Al2O3 - TiO2 87 / 13
A composite coating that is dense, hard and resists wear due to abrasion, fretting, cavitations and particle erosion.
Al2O3 - TiO2 60 / 40
Good resistance to low temperature wears due to abrasion, fretting erosion. Grinds to low RMS. Resists wetting by liquids.
Better bonding on metallic substrates. Excellent wear and corrosion resistance.
Hard & wear resistant coating, Buffing and polishing fixtures, pump seals, plungers, wear rings, diesel engine cylinder liners, exhaust, textile components, anilox rolls etc.
NICKEL BASE HARD FACING POWDERS (SPRAY & FUSE TYPE)
94.2 / 1 / 3.2 / 1.6
Produces dense coating with hardness range from 26 - 32 Rc.
83.4 / 9 / 3 / 3 / 1.6
Produces dense coating, essentially pore free. Highly wear and corrosion resistant. Less susceptible to cracking on hardenable steels also. Good ground finish. Hardness range from 33 - 40.
78.4 / 121.5 / 3.0 / 3.7 / 2.4
Produce dense, essentially pore free. Highly wear and corrosion resistant. Less susceptible to cracking on hardenable steels also. Good ground finish. Hardness ranges from 45 - 50 Rc.
73.9 / 14.5 / 4.3 / 4.3 / 3
Produces hard, dense and pore free coating that resists corrosion and wear by abrasive grains, hard surfaces, cavitations and erosion in both high and low temperatures. Fine as sprayed finish and excellent ground finish. Hardness range from 55 - 62 Rc.
Produces hard, dense and pore-free coating that resists corrosion and wear abrasive grains, hard surfaces, cavitations and erosion in both high and low temperatures. Fin as sprayed finish and excellent grinding finish. Hardness range from 58 - 63 Rc.