Wear Resistant Coatings

Wear Resistant Coatings

At Metallic Bonds, we offer a wide variety of wear resistant coatings that provide protection where abrasion, erosion, corrosion, fretting/galling, cavitation, and brinelling are present within the working environment.

Metallic Bonds wear resistant coatings do not cause part distortion, warping, or cracking, nor do they result in a metallurgical change to the base metal parts. Parts can be masked to ensure the coating is applied only where needed. Our coatings include durable materials like carbides, ceramics, high hardness stainless steels, alloy steels, molybdenum and are applicable to a large spectrum of substrates. For example, we can protect parts like coupling shafts, screw conveyors, industrial fans, and blades for edge retention. A vast range of industries benefit from wear resistant coatings such pulverizing, agricultural, grain processing, cement, power plant, and steel industries, to list just a few. Typical thermal spray processes utilized for wear resistant coatings are HVOFPlasma, Arc Spray, Flame Spray or Metallizing.

Metallic Bonds wear resistant coatings can provide better wear resistance than that of industrial hard chrome plating, chrome carbide weld overlaying and traditional heat treating. See our HVOF Tungsten Carbide Wear Test Comparison report for an illustration of its effectiveness.

If you are looking for extended life and increased part performance, contact us for further information.

Typical Delivery / Turnaround Time is 3 to 5 working days.

24 hour service is available when significant downtime cannot be tolerated.

Product Description

  • Protection against abrasion, erosion, corrosion, fretting/galling, cavitation, and brinelling

Delivery / Turnaround Time

  • Typically 3 – 5 working days
  • 24 Hour Service Available

Standards Met

  • Customer Specifications

Material

  • Carbides
  • Ceramics
  • High Hardness Stainless Steels
  • High Hardness Alloy Steels
  • Molybdenum
  • Nickel Brush Plating

Substrates

White Metals

  • Aluminum
  • Zinc
  • Tin
  • Titanium
  • Babbit

Red Metals

  • Bronze
  • Brass
  • Copper

Grey Steels

  • Low carbon steel
  • Medium carbon steel
  • High carbon steel
  • Heat treated steels
  • Stainless steels (200,300,400 series)
  • Tool steels (D2, M2,H13)

Castings

  • Cast iron
  • Cast steels
  • Ductile iron

Carbides

Super Alloys

  • Nickel Based Super Alloys
  • Cobalt Based Steels

Other

  • Tubing
  • Various Welds & Treatments (Call for details)

Industry for Use

  • Agricultural
  • Grain processing plants
  • Cement
  • Power plants
  • Steel mills
  • Mining
  • Fracking
  • Heavy equipment manufacturing
  • Pulverizing
  • Automation machinery
  • Aluminum Mills
  • Textile industry
  • Abrasives industry
  • Fan manufacturing
  • Locomotive
  • Ship Engines
  • Lumber mills
  • Drywall manufacturing
  • Tire manufacturing
  • Conveying
  • Repair & rebuilders
  • Metal working manufacturing
  • Gear manufacturing
  • Pump manufacturing
  • Rotary airlock feeders
  • Wire drawing
  • Automotive
  • Plastics
  • Transportation
  • Paper
  • Printing
  • Forging
  • Extrusion
  • Construction building supplies & tools
  • Fabrication
  • Tube, pipe and conduit manufacturers
  • Tool & die, mold shops