Thermal Spray Coatings Tailored to Resist Heat, Corrosion, and Wear Extend Service Life

Hale Performance Coatings (HPC) applies 420 stainless steel thermal spray.

TOLEDO, OH—Thermal spray coatings protect from wear and corrosion, extend service life, reduce maintenance, avoid costly downtime and, ultimately, lower operating costs.

“Corrosion, erosion, and thermal fatigue can affect a wide range of industries and applications,” explains Mike Wilson, Sales and Service Manager for Hale Performance Coatings (HPC). “Whether bushing or piston, impeller, sleeve, spindle or shaft, thermal spray coatings can offer a solution.”

HPC can ‘tailor design’ for specific performance characteristics, hardness, thickness and surface finish―using metallic and ceramics―bringing high quality, high performance solutions to manufacturing and finished components, alike.

Some key performance attributes from HPC thermal spray coatings include: cohesive strength, oxidation resistance at high temperatures, corrosion resistance in aqueous or chemical fluid or gases, resistance to corrosive attack at elevated temperatures, sintering resistance at elevated temperatures, and resistance to thermal shock or solid particle erosion.

Thermal spray coatings from Hale Performance Coatings are environmentally-friendly and solve mechanical, electrical and corrosion problems for lower costs of production and extended hardware life.

Hale Performance Coatings (HPC) has been protecting metal surfaces from wear, friction, and corrosion for over seventy years, spanning three generations. First a pioneer in hard chrome plating technology, continues to evolve in metal finishing technology for exceptional surface performance and environmental stewardship.

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