Industries We Serve
Machinery is easily one of the largest expenses that a business has. Given that this cost is inevitable, it only makes sense that you as a business owner do everything in your power to ensure that your machinery operates in peak condition for as long as possible. One of the best ways to do so is by investing in thermal spray coating protection. Wear Master Inc. is proud to provide thermal spray coating service in Kennedale and around the South and Southwestern United States.
Industries We Serve
As we mentioned earlier, there are countless industries where thermal spray coatings provide machinery with necessary protection. Some of the most common industries that we work with include:
- Oil & Gas
- Power Generation
- Pulp & Paper
- Water Utilities
If you don’t see your industry listed above, reach out to our team, and we would be happy to provide you with more information on how thermal spray coatings can benefit your operation.
Benefits Of Thermal Spray Coatings
Thermal spray coatings are one of the smartest investments you can make to protect your company’s machinery. Thermal spray coatings provide your machinery a variety of benefits that save you money in the long run and enhance your equipment’s performance, durability and value.
By choosing Wear Master to apply thermal spray coatings to your machinery, you’re significantly reducing your future equipment costs. It doesn’t matter what type of industry your company is engaged in — thermal spray coatings enhance the functionality and durability of equipment in all sorts of businesses! The cost of repairing worn components with thermal spray coatings is almost always cheaper than purchasing replacement equipment, and thermal sprays are typically longer-lasting than the component’s original material, anyway. Studies have proven the thermal spray coatings’ ability to significantly extend the useful life of machinery. In some cases, they’ve been found to extend machine’s useful lives by as much as five times!
Thermal spray coatings can benefit most any machinery, regardless of your industry. Thermal sprays can be applied to any metal, plastic, or ceramic equipment easily without impacting its functionality. Thermal sprays have a low heat input — with very few exceptions, thermal spray coatings will leave alone the thermal history of the component(s) they are applied to.
Because of the versatility of thermal spray coatings, all of our service plans are custom to the needs of your business. Thermal sprays can be applied to any thickness you specify. Depending on the material and condition of the component being sprayed, thermal spray coatings can be sprayed from one-thousandth of an inch to more than an inch thick. Thicknesses typically range from 0.005 to 0.1 inch. Applying thermal spray is also a fairly quick process, with thermal spray rates ranging from three to 60 pounds an hour depending on the type of spray and the material and condition of the component(s) being sprayed. For most materials, spray rates fall between half a pound to two pounds of material per square foot per one-hundredth of an inch thickness.
Thermal spray coatings are the ultimate accessory to protect your machinery from the heat, weather, wear and tear they stand to experience on the job. There are several types of thermal spray coatings, and each works best with certain types of equipment. When you call Wear Master to get a service quote, we’ll be able to help you choose the right type of thermal spray for your needs. We offer four types of thermal spray coatings: plasma spray, HVOF coating, electric arc wire spray, and combustion thermal spray coating. You can learn more about each type of thermal spray coating by visiting their service pages under the Our Services tab or calling today!
Get Started Today
If you think that your business could benefit from the thermal spray coating services that we offer at Wear Master Inc., reach out to our team. There are countless ways that thermal spray coatings can reinforce and enhance the performance of your machinery, and we would love to be the ones to help. Contact our team today to learn more about the thermal spray coating application process, ask any questions, and get your services scheduled.