When engineering wear resistant coatings, we use our strong expertise in materials engineering and the wear resistant properties of various materials and deposition methodologies. The combination of this knowledge provides application specific solutions to our customers wear problems.


When working with our technical staff on corrosion prevention solutions, it is very important to understand the environment in which the component is exposed. Our materials engineers use that information to create a corrosion protective coating solution specific to that components requirements. Our expertise in understanding materials properties and various coating processes will be used to select the best deposition methodology and optimum process parameters.


Our experience in materials engineering has led to the creation of some of the best, most effective dielectric coatings in the industry. Through years of in-house R&D, we’ve developed dielectric coatings with superior physical characteristics. Our coatings have high bond strengths and features less than 0.1% porosity creating a theoretically dense layer with dielectric strengths up to 1,000 volts/mil or greater, and typical hardness of 1,100 DPH/Vickers.


A wide variety of materials can be engineered to provide different degrees of electrical conductivity. Materials such as copper, aluminum, and molybdenum are the most commonly used. Materials such as iron-chrome-aluminum and molybdenum-disilicide are used for higher temperature applications. Some oxide ceramics are used as conductors and semi-conductors for specialized applications.

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