* Powder Coating 
A type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form. The coating is typically applied electrostatically and is then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a "skin." The powder may be a thermoplastic thermoset Polymer It is usually used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint.

 

* Media Blasting (aluminum oxide)
Media Blasting is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to make it smoother, remove surface contaminants or to roughen it.

 

* High Heat Ceramic Coating 
High temperature ceramic coating is often referred to as an exhaust coating, header coating or high heat coating. High temperature coatings are designed to prevent corrosion of exhaust systems and engine components. Corrosion is the breaking down of essential properties due to exposure to moisture in the air. The high temperature coating product can withstand temperatures in excess of 1200 degrees and some coatings can with stand temperatures higher that 1600 degrees. The high temperature coating process can also increase the durability and provide thermal insulation to the exhaust system. This durable ceramic coating runs between 2 and 4 mils thick and provides a hard finish which is resistant to rust and chipping. This coating process has an excellent adhesion and is abrasion resistant.

 

* Thermal Dispersant Coatings (emitting)
Individual products such as Thermal Dispersant can be utilized by themselves or in conjunction with other coatings to manage the flow of heat. Thermal Dispersant is capable of transferring heat faster than the bare metal surface. This includes ingredients that also contribute to increased heat flow. Combining these properties with increased corrosion protection and the thin film application technique, maximizes thermal transfer capabilities. Effective on Brakes, Intake Manifolds, Cylinder Heads, Oil Pans, Radiators, Intercoolers and more.

 

* High Heat Thermal Barrier
A composite thermal barrier coating system includes a honeycomb metallic structure filled with high thermal expansion ceramic hollow spheres in a phosphate bonded matrix. The composite thermal barrier coating system may be manufactured to thicknesses in excess of current thermal barrier coating systems, thereby imparting greater thermal protection. Superior erosion resistance and abrasion properties are also achieved. The composite thermal barrier coating is useful on combustion turbine components such as ring seal segments, vane segment shrouds, transitions and combustors.

 

* Dry Film Lubricant Coating
Dry Film lubricant coatings are used strictly for tribological reasons:  reducing friction between moving parts.  These coatings perform well due to their extremely low coefficient of friction.  Our Dynamic Compound Deposition (DCD) coating process synthesizes numerous dry-film lubricant compositions.