ADVANCED CLADDING

Cladding means covering a metal part with a special metal compound using various methods to achieve improved surface characteristics.

Usually cladding is used to improve wear resistance (abrasion, erosion, adhesion, blows) or corrosion resistance or to restore form.

PTA coating

Iron, nickel, carbon monoxide and composite materials as well as copper-based compounds can be used for coating. In terms of the quality of the coat, PTA (plasma transferred arc) coats resemble laser coatings rather than traditional welded coats.

We have used advanced coating methods in the production of wear parts for the uses of wood and mineral processing and recycling.

Laser coating

The laser coating method consists of fine metallic or cermet powder being fed into the laser beam. The powder melts, forming a layer of coating onto the surface. Some of the energy of the beam is absorbed into the base, which forms a metallurgic bond between the coating and the base.

The laser coating method consists of fine metallic or cermet powder being fed into the laser beam. The powder melts, forming a layer of coating onto the surface. Some of the energy of the beam is absorbed into the base, which forms a metallurgic bond between the coating and the base.

The excellence of laser coatings is due to strict process control and minimal heat. Compared to traditional welding methods, laser coating causes very little diluting. In addition, the deformations of coated components are very slight or non-existent.

Quality assurance

The entire production process is covered by a comprehensive quality assurance system in accordance with the ISO 9001 2015 standard.