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ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coatings

ThermEx® Thermal Spray coatings - Exline, Inc.

ThermEx® Thermal Spray coatings

 

ThermEx® Thermal Spray

Exline, Inc.'s ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coating Systems restore worn components to "better than new" condition in less time and at a lower cost than replacement parts.

 
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Thermal sprayed parts

ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coatings

ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coating Systems can be used for all of these components:
 

  • Bearing/Seal Areas
  • Camshafts
  • Compressor Crossheads
  • Compressor Cylinders
  • Compressor Pistons
  • Compressor Rods
  • Connecting Rod Eyes & Thrust
  • Crankshafts
  • Main Bearing Saddles
  • Plug Valves
  • Power Cylinders (ThermAlloy®)
  • Power Cylinder Liners (ThermAlloy®)
  • Power Pistons
  • Turbocharger Components

 

Learn  about our ThermAlloy® Spray Coatings >

 
Improve Performance & Service Life with thermal spray coatings - Exline, Inc.

Improve Performance & Service Life with thermal spray coatings

ThermEx® Thermal Spray

The following systems are utilized to improve performance and extend service life by Restoring Original Dimension, Improving Wear Resistance, Adding Corrosion Protection and Improved Lubrication:
 

  • Combustion spray systems
  • Twin Arc spray systems
  • Plasma spray systems
  • High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) systems
 
ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coatings - Exline, Inc.

ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coatings

Special Features

ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coating Systems coatings offer all of these features:
 

  • Restores worn parts to original dimensions
  • Improves wear resistance to prolong service life
  • Adds corrosion protection
  • Improves lubrication
  • Provides an abradable surface creating near-zero running clearance
  • Can be utilized to salvage production run under-sizings
 
ThermEx® Thermal Spray  - Exline, Inc.

ThermEx® Thermal Spray

Hundreds of Coating Options

Exline's ThermEx® Thermal Spray Coating Systems selects from hundreds of metallic and nonmetallic coating options and five spray options to achieve the protective characteristics most appropriate for your production part.

 

To help dissipate static discharge, plastic or fiberglass components are sprayed with conductive metals such as:
 

  • Aluminun
  • Copper
  • Zinc
 
 

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