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THERMAL SPRAY METALLIZATION WORKSHOP

Thermal spray metallization makes it possible to fix recurring problems and premature wear of critical mechanical parts. As part of our commitment to offer innovative solutions for improving equipment reliability, Delom Services has added thermal spray metallization to its services to help significantly extend the service life of units.

Compared to welding grinding, thermal spray metallization offers several advantages:

PREVENTION: Used to improve surface properties and, as a result, extend the service life of components such as motor shafts, bearing seating/housing and any other mechanical parts.

CORRECTION: Used to return worn mechanical parts to their original dimensions with minimal heat input, ensuring the total structural integrity of each part.


SERVICES

  • Shafts
    • Insulation of shaft currents (stray currents) by adding ceramic
    • Correction of dimensional integrity by adding material
  • Bearing housings
    • Correction of dimensional integrity by adding material

  • Impellers and pump volutes
  • Fan blades and propeller blades
  • Wear sleeves
  • Wear plates

FEATURES OPTIMIZED BY THERMAL SPRAY METALLIZATION

  • Corrosion resistance
  • Electrical insulation
  • Wear

  • Abrasion
  • Adhesion

COVER MATERIALS SELECTED BASED ON OPERATING CONDITIONS

  • Alloys
    • Stainless steel
    • Bronze
    • Hastelloy
    • Inconel
  • Carbide metallization
    • Chromium
    • Tungsten
  • Cermet
    • Nickel-chromium
    • Nickel-alumina

  • Pure metals
    • Zinc
    • Nickel
    • Cobalt
    • Molybdenum
  • Ceramic metallization
    • Alumina
    • Chromium oxide
    • Zirconate

SPECIALIZED WORKSHOPS

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