The wear and tear of a component by wear or corrosion is taking place at its surface.
It is possible to counteract these undesired influences by a suitable coating. We produce wear-resistant surfaces with our different techniques.
The pre-treatment of the component and the coating procedure, will considerably influence the quality and service life. I.e.: you will only obtain durable components by professionally completed surface protection.
A rework of the surface by grinding can also be performed in-house in our production.
Our coating procedures include:

Deposition Welding (Hard facing)
The deposition welding of materials containing carbide is performed in-house by using different welding procedures:
• Electrode
• Autogenous deposition welding
• Plasma powder deposition welding (PTA / PPA)

Metal Spraying
We are using wire spraying and powder flame spraying. Depending on the stress, it is possible to produce a variety of different layers.

Polymer Ceramics
Layers of polymer ceramics are applied at the surface of a component (applying spackled paste, by spraying or using a paintbrush). It protects against rubbed wear.
The component is not subject to warping by having it coated with polymer ceramics.
The application temperature should not exceed 120°C.

CC Layers
CC layers provide an long-term protection against wear by abrading media. The CC layers are melted on the component in the vacuum furnace. Extremely hard tungsten carbides are an important part of the layer. Layers with other carbides (e.g. chromium carbide) are also possible.

Mainly hard metals are preferably soldered onto the stressed surface in the vacuum as an exceptionally efficient protection against wear.

We produce a special surface protection by gluing ceramics onto particularly stressed surfaces. Combinations with other wear-resistant materials are also possible.