Thermal Spray Coatings for Protection against Corrosion, Abrasion and Adhesion on Complex Surfaces
Extreme CoatingsSM utilizes cutting-edge thermal spray technology to apply extremely wear and corrosion resistant protective coatings to complex metals components of almost any size or geometry.
Our coatings are hard (62-72 HRC), dense (98% density) and crack-free. Proprietary compositions of hard carbides, ceramics, and alloys are combined to achieve abrasion and corrosion resistance unmatched by conventional hard facing alloys. The process completely encapsulates any substrate with coating thicknesses of .003” - .040” (0.08 -.1.0 mm). Post application diamond polishing provides a super 6-10 RMS (μinch) (.2-.4 Ra μmeter) mirror surface finish.
See the Difference: Product Performance
A. Is a Nitrided Steel Feedscrew after 10 Months processing PVC
B. Is a CarbideX -CPR coated Feedscrew after 10 months in the same process with more life remaining.
A. Is a 105mm Feedscrew after 3 months processing 40% GF (Glass Filled) Nylon
B. Is a 105mm CarbideX C1000 coated Feedscrew after 10 months processing 40% GF (Glass Filled) Nylon with more life remaining.
A. Is a Chrome Plated (HCP) Mixing Rotor after 12 months processing.
B. Is the same Mixing Rotor that has been stripped, repaired and coated with CarbideX – CPR then polished to a mirror finish. These parts last 30–36 months on average and can be refurbished multiple times.
A. Is a Chrome Plated Mud Rotor that was run in high chloride muds that caused corrosion due to permeation of the micro-cracks and pores which corroded the underlying steel.
B. Is a CarbideX - CPR processed Mud Rotor stripped, repaired and coated for corrosion and abrasion resistance then polished to a mirror finish. 30% more life and effectiveness has been realized.