Laser fusing for coating of heavily loaded surfaces
Use laser fusing for repairing and prolonging the service life of worn or heavily loaded items. FORCE Technology advises on and performs laser fusing on your components.
Protect your item against wear and corrosion
In industrial machines and motors, axles and bearings are exposed to wear, thus replacement and servicing are part of the ordinary maintenance. Maintenance means standstill of the production, regardless whether you produce electricity, foods, and pharmaceutical products or maintain the closing mechanism of a bascule.
- Wearing surface of hard surfaces
- Corrosion-resistant surface for aggressive environments
- Wearing surface and corrosion-resistant surfaces combining hard, abrasion and corrosion-resistant surfaces.
How can laser fusing enhance your company?
Laser fusing may give your worn components new life and thus cut down expenses. However, laser fusing is also a technique that you can design into your products in the design phase, and give them new properties to extend their service life or intervals between service, or to replace more conventional types of surface treatment.
This technique is used in e.g. axles, bearings and spindles.
If you need to combine the good heat conductivity of the low-alloyed steel with the good abrasion and corrosion resistant properties of the stainless steel alloys, you “equip” the low-alloyed steel with a tailor-made surface. Inside the pipes of e.g. scraper heat exchangers, a hard and corrosion resistant surface can protect the inside of the pipe, which may be produced in heat conducting and much less expensive constructional steel.
You thus obtain the materials properties wished for and simultaneously you save money on materials expenses.
Laser fusing is safer than the alternativeLaser fusing is an alternative to traditional surface treatment techniques such as:
- Cladding (deposit welding)
- Chromium plating
- Thermal spraying.
Thermal spraying improves and modifies surfaces.
Corrosion and materials examinations
Corrosion and material data helps you in relation to design, product knowledge, and product failure.
Materials selection and corrosion protection
The correct materials and optimal corrosion protection gives your product a longer service life.