|Cold & Fusing Metalizing is Available
A wide range of materials can be sprayed: Brass, Ceramics, Cast Iron, Plastics, Steel, Stainless Steel, Wear & Corrosion Resistant Materials.
The Cold Method Does Not Heat the Base Material over 250°F. It Does NOT affect Heat Treatment of the Base Material.
Examples: Power Steering Components, Parts that Require Hard or Wear Resistant Surfaces, and Seal Surfaces.
Using the Fusing Method, the Base Material is Heated to over 1,200°F
This WILL Effect on any Prior Heat Treating.
The Fusing Method is used for Applications that Require Hardness of up to 60 Rockwell C and/or are Subject to Shock Loads.
Examples: Gages, Fixtures, Etc.
This 4-step process involves:
- Preparation, Approximately 0.020" Material Removal to Allow for the Metalizing Process
- Metalizing. The Cold Method is used in this Case
- Removal of Excess Spray Material
- Finish Grinding and Polishing of Metalized Surfaces