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Spray Galvanizing Services Atomized particles of molten Zinc are projected on to abrasive blasted steel surface from a special flame or arc pistol fed with Zinc wire. The process is often applied to structural components too large to be dipped in a galvanizing bath and to structures which are likely to distort during hot dip galvanizing. Zinc coatings for iron and steel provide excellent corrosion resistance in most atmospheres and in contact with many natural and synthetic substances. Zinc coatings are widely used to protect finished products ranging from structural steel work for Chemical, Fertilizer, Refinery, Cement, Power Plant, Buildings, Bridges, Pipelines, etc. The electrochemical relationship between zinc and steel enables zinc coatings also to protect steel at cut edges and at breaks in the coating by a sacrificial action. Applications : All steel structures Transformer tanks Radiators Dairy Coils Communication towers Steel Tanks Wind Mill Towers Electric Poles Gates Windows Building Structures Gutters in chemical-related industries Advantages : Proven long-term protection Cold process No size limitations Ideal surface for painting Site-jobs possible No hydrogen embrittlement Preferred even under alkaline condition

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Zinc Spray Coating Services

Thermal Spray Zinc Coating Services Atomized particles of molten Zinc are projected on to abrasive blasted steel surface from a special flame or arc pistol fed with Zinc wire. The process is often applied to structural components too large to be dipped in a galvanizing bath and to structures which are likely to distort during hot dip galvanizing. Zinc coatings for iron and steel provide excellent corrosion resistance in most atmospheres and in contact with many natural and synthetic substances. Zinc coatings are widely used to protect finished products ranging from structural steel work for Chemical, Fertilizer, Refinery, Cement, Power Plant, Buildings, Bridges, Pipelines, etc. The electrochemical relationship between zinc and steel enables zinc coatings also to protect steel at cut edges and at breaks in the coating by a sacrificial action. Applications : All steel structures Transformer tanks Radiators Dairy Coils Communication towers Steel Tanks Wind Mill Towers Electric Poles Gates Windows Building Structures Gutters in chemical-related industries Advantages : Proven long-term protection Cold process No size limitations Ideal surface for painting Site-jobs possible No hydrogen embrittlement Preferred even under alkaline condition

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Ship Building Blasting & Painting Services

Ship Building Blasting & Painting Services Marine painting is an often overlooked, but very important, procedure. If done right, marine painting will enhance your boat. A good paint job will improve the look of your boat and make it easier to clean. Marine painting is a very complex operation. You need to be able to choose the right paint to cover your boat's topsides, bottom and deck. In most cases, it is beneficial to seek a professional when you make the decision to paint your boat. Marine painting is a common task performed by marine painting companies. Marine painting companies are trained to know exactly what paint to use and how to apply the paint to give your boat maximum protection. Types of Marine Painting The most important consideration in marine painting is choosing the right type of paint. There are many choices when it comes to painting a barrier coat, coloring your hull, applying bottom paint or applying a non-skid coat to your deck. The most common task when it comes to marine painting is applying antifouling paint to the bottom of marine vehicles. Antifouling paint will help protect against the growth of barnacles and algae. Paint applied to the bottom of a boat has a short lifespan. A new coat of bottom paint has to be applied every few years. Boats that are stored in water will require more frequent bottom painting. The type of paint you choose for marine painting depends on many factors. You will have to consider the water conditions your boat is used in and the paint that has already been applied to the boat. For example, a speedboat used in cold, fresh water requires a different type of paint than a fishing boat used in warm, salt water. Professional marine painting companies will know exactly what type of paint each boat requires. They will know whether a new coat of paint can be applied over any existing paint or if the old paint has to be stripped off.

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Copper Slag Blasting Services Copper slag is mainly used for surface blast-cleaning. Abrasive blasting is used to clean and shape the surface of metal, stone, concrete and other materials. In this process, a stream of abrasive grains called grit are propelled toward the work piece. Copper slag is just one of many different materials that may be used as abrasive grit. Rate of grit consumption, amount of dust generated, and surface finish quality are some of the variables affected by the choice of grit material. Internationally the described media is manufactured in compliance with ISO 11126-3[1] The blasting media manufactured from copper slag brings less harm to people and environment than sand. The product meets the most rigid health and ecological standards.

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Grit Blasting Services Abrasive grit blasting, or sand blast cleaning, is a surface treatment process widely used in a variety of different industries with many diverse purposes. Abrasive blasting is the process by which an abrasive media is accelerated through a blasting nozzle by means of compressed air. The abrasive used varies based on the surface treatment required. Common abrasives used include: Steel shot Steel grit Glass bead Crushed glass Aluminum oxide Silicon carbide Plastic Walnut shell Corn cob Baking soda Ceramic grit Copper slag Media selection is a crucial decision in the engineering of abrasive blasting processes. The different media types have different hardness, shape, and density, and each is available in a wide range of particle sizes. Many times it is necessary for sample processing to take place to lock in the final media type and size. The equipment used to perform the sand blasting process varies through industry; there are hand cabinets, dedicated automatic high production models, and completely robotic systems with closed loop process controls. The type of machine utilized depends on the surface treatment applied as well as the end use of the component. Traditionally abrasive grit blasting has been considered a "low tech" process, generically called sand blasting. Today, however, abrasive blast cleaning is a vital process used not only to remove rust, but to prepare surfaces for high performance coatings or to treat final products to give them the luster and surface texture desired by the retail consumer.

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Flame Spray Aluminum Coating Services

Flame Spray Coating Services Flame spraying is a thermal spray coating process that produces high quality surface coatings using heat, from the combustion of a fuel gas with oxygen, to melt a spray coating material which is propelled onto a substrate. Flame spraying offers a cost effective alternative for applying metallic and ceramic coatings in a less demanding environment. The utilization of the flame spraying surface treatment allows the spraying of a wide variety of metallic or ceramic coatings on to a large range of component materials where good wear resistance and excellent impact resistance are required. As the surface technology specialists in flame spraying, Bodycote provides an array of thermal spray coating materials to suit your specific needs. Backed by a customer-driven service, our facilities process a wide variety of component sizes to exacting standards with reliable, repeatable results. Benefits There are particular reasons why flame spraying may be used: Component geometry or the working environment requires manual thermal spraying, offering the easiest working conditions; Large & complex areas (structures); The required thermal spray coating performance is achieved with flame spraying; and Cost effective Application & materials : Flame spraying is widely used where a cost effective thermal spray coating is desired and a lower quality can be tolerated. The majority of components are sprayed manually. Corrosion protection; structures and components Reclamation worn shafts, particularly of bearing areas with materials such as stainless steel or bronze alloys The surface coatings produced are porous and lubricants can be absorbed into the coating, enhancing performance of the bearing. Aluminium, zinc, stainless steel, bronze, low carbon steel, nickel-based materials, molybdenum. Process details : Flame spraying uses the heat from the combustion of a fuel gas, usually acetylene or propane with oxygen, to melt the spray coating material. In this process a consumable, usually a powder or wire, is heated and propelled onto a substrate to form a surface coating.

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Structural Coating Services Atomized particles of molten Zinc are projected on to abrasive blasted steel surface from a special flame or arc pistol fed with Zinc wire. The process is often applied to structural components too large to be dipped in a galvanizing bath and to structures which are likely to distort during hot dip galvanizing. Zinc coatings for iron and steel provide excellent corrosion resistance in most atmospheres and in contact with many natural and synthetic substances. Zinc coatings are widely used to protect finished products ranging from structural steelwork for Chemical, Fertilizer, Refinery, Cement, Power Plant, Buildings, Bridges, Pipelines, etc.

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