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ASB Industries: Innovative Industrial Coating Services

ASB Industries’ industrial coating services can dramatically improve your equipment’s performance and extend its working life. We offer turnkey thermal spray and cold spray coatings, as well as secondary services like welding, machining, and grinding, to give our customers finished, ready-to-use treated parts.

With decades of experience in identifying the causes of wear, we can adapt our thermal spray and cold spray surfacing technologies to best address the needs of your application.

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  • Ceramic Seal Surface Rebuild and Protection
    Ceramic Thermal Spray Seal surfaces on rotating components may require a wear resistant surface against a seal material made of rubber, composite or metal ring to function in a multitude of applications. Corrosive, hard particles or friction along with--

    ASB Internal Study on Carbide Spray Materials

    Powder Study

    Materials  ASB purchases from suppliers is a key to providing a quality coating. Besides coating quality, there are other factors including surface finish results, material transformation through the thermal spray process and efficiency of material being depoisited.  The following is a study---


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With advanced equipment, a skilled staff of thermal sprayers and machinists, and extensive machining and grinding capabilities, ASB can provide unique thermal spray and cold spray solutions for extreme wear, high temperature barriers, and all-encompassing part repair.

Our in-house, turnkey industrial coating services will give your equipment extended service life by meeting or exceeding original equipment designs. Submit your project or contact ASB Industries today!

Feb 3, 2020

Thermal Spray Conference Presentation In June 2021

Cold Spray Corrosion Study

The following Abstract describes the postponed presentation by ASB's Dr. M. Daroonparvar at the ITSC in June 2021 located in Montreal. Current cold sprayed commercially pure (CP)-Al coatings on Mg alloys lack--

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Applying Protective Double Layered Coatings on Magnesium Alloys Using High Pressure Cold Spray Process
M. Daroonparvar, Charles. M. Kay, Rajeev Kumar GuptaResearch and Development Department, ASB Industries. Inc, Barberton, Ohio-44203, United States of America. 2Department of Chemical and Biomilecular Engineering, Corrosion Engineering Program, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio-44325, United States of America.
Current cold sprayed (N2 as propellant gas) commercially pure (CP)-Al coatings on Mg alloys lack acceptable hardness, wear resistance and are highly susceptible to localized corrosions in chloride containing solutions. Hence, commercially pure α-Ti layer with high passivation propensity (with about 1293.05mV vs. SCE trans-passive potential), hardness and low wear rate was applied on the CP-Al coated Mg alloy. Titanium layer deeply penetrated into Al layer with heavily deformation.
This was accompanied by noticeable densification of softer underneath layer (Al) by hard particles (Ti) with high kinetic energy (hammering effect). Titanium layer raised micro-hardness (HV0.025) from 56.43 (CP-Al coated Mg alloy) to 263.03 for Ti/Al coated Mg alloy. The surface with higher hardness i.e. Ti/Al coating provides lower wear rate followed by Mg bulk and Al coating surfaces, respectively. It should be noted that further studies (long-term corrosion tests) are mandatory to elucidate the effectiveness and corrosion protection performance of cold sprayed double layer coatings on Mg alloys.
Cold Spray Characterization Study