ASB Internal Study on Carbide Spray Materials
(Feb 3, 2020)
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---
Element Cone used in the Power Generation Industry
(Jan 22, 2020)Element Cone used in the Power Generation Industry being thermal sprayed--
Data Gathering for Cold Spray Application Development
(Jan 2, 2020)
ASB Industries focus on industrial turnkey surfacing applications for our customers naturally develops into our own coating development along with assisting customers for their internal projects--
Welding Surfacing Options for Extreme Wear Conditions
(Sep 30, 2019)
Thermal Spray, Cold Spray and Welding are three of the main surfacing processes provided by ASB Industries. Within the thermal spray and welding capabilities--
Aluminum Coating on Ceramic Using the High Pressure Cold Spray Process
(May 27, 2019)ASB Industries provided Research & Development for many unique customer projects with many efforts going into the Cold Spray Process--
Copper Cold Spray Commercial Applications
(Jul 24, 2018)
In recent years Copper applied by the High Pressure Cold Spray process has shown commercial advantages by producing high quality copper coatings...
Hydraulic Lifting Ram Thermal Sprayed
(Dec 15, 2017)
Two 7.5 Ton Hydraulic Lifting Rams were processed as an OEM specification applying 400 Series Stainless Steel using the Electric Arc Thermal Spray Process..
Four Bore Bearing Box being Sprayed with Steel Coating
(Jan 22, 2016)
Shown is a bearing housing undergoing the difficult task of manual thermal spaying an unusually designed--
Thermal Sprayed Plastic Blow Molding Component
(Mar 9, 2015)
Surface quality is paramount for Blow Molding and Plastic Injection high production part outputs. Wear causing dimensional changes in product can be greatly reduced by applying a wear resistant carbide--
Thermal Spray Journal Repair
(Jan 6, 2015)
Pictured is one of two mating Pinion Gear Shafts requiring bearing journal restoration. These large herringbone gears drive mill stands in a Hot Mill producing steel coils--
Cold Spray Application in the Steel Industry
(Aug 13, 2014)
A new facility incorporating state-of-the-art processing acquired a variety of equipment with new designs and features.
Oxide Ceramic Coated Process Vessel
(May 5, 2014)
Applied using the Plasma Electric Arc Process, the applied ceramic coating is being used to protect the pictured Vessel in a molten metal environment-
Edger Roll Journal Repair
(Sep 27, 2013)Pictured is a rebuilt bearing journal on an Edger Roll used in the Steel industry for structural steel production forming billets into a specific shapes-
Wear Surfacing applied to Pump Components
(Sep 27, 2013)
To increase pump component life, a thermal spray coating can offer wear protection to reach higher performance levels.
Rotor-Feed and Valve Components for Bulk Conveying Systems
(Oct 8, 2012)
HVOF processing along with Plasma Electric Arc and Rokide processes for inert ceramic surfacing may dramatically increase life for solid particle bulk handling systems--
Ceramic Coated Sleeve for Wear Resistance
(Jun 4, 2012)Wear resistant Plasma Electric Arc Ceramic Coated Sleeve
Watch and Listen about Thermal Spray and Cold Spray
(Jun 1, 2012)Watch and Listen about Thermal Spray and Cold Spray at ASB Industries on YouTube-
Feed Screw for Plastic Injection Molding Equipment
(Mar 22, 2012)
As material feeds from the injection point travelling through a heated barrel, the abrasive sliding action from hard particles to high injection pressures into the mold can be thermal sprayed.
Wear Resistant Carbide Surfacing
(Jul 15, 2011)Tungsten Carbide Applied by the High Velocity Thermal Spray Processes
High Pressure Cold Spray
(Jul 6, 2011)Magnesium Gear Casing used in the Aircraft Industry can be successfully repaired using the High Pressure Cold Spray Process.
Plasma Transferred Arc Welding Process
(Jun 30, 2011)Plasma Transferred Arc welding provides unique solutions to for severe wear and corrosion applications.
Mixing Impeller Wear Application
(Jun 30, 2011)A wear resistant Thermal Sprayed Tungsten Carbide coating with single binder chemistry has proven wear life of three times compared to the uncoated Mixer Impeller.
Steel Industry Application
(Jun 30, 2011)A ceramic thermal sprayed seal surface allows extended wear life and reduces seal wear in this critical high pressure lubrication zone.
HVOF Thermal Spray for Gripping
(Jun 30, 2011)HVOF Coating Processes are one of many choices available to reduce wear on components that affect your production.
Shaft Repair for 12' Diameter Fan
(Jun 30, 2011)Bearing journals and the main diameter fan fit in the center of this 19' long shaft are being finished ground after being thermal sprayed with wear resistant carbon steel material.
Head Gland Ring Thermal Spray Rebuild
(Jun 30, 2011)Over 30 years old, this Head Gland Ring is being finished machined to engineered print dimensions.
Pure Sputter Targets by HpCold Spray
(Jun 30, 2011)ASB Industries Research Facility has produced Sputter Targets using the High Pressure Cold Spray Process(HpCS).
Thermal Sprayed Bridge in Ohio USA
(Jun 30, 2011)Over 25 years ago, ASB Industries thermal sprayed one of many bridges as the preferred contractor for projects using federal grant money.
Flywheel Bore Repair
(Jun 30, 2011)This repaired center bore on this 62" Flywheel is finished using Bronze thermal spray processing allowing easy assembly of the main drive shaft.
hpCS (High Pressure Cold Spray) Gas Complex
(Jun 30, 2011)hpCS (High Pressure Cold Spray) requires a high pressure gas supply to achieve critical velocity to form unique coating properties.
On Target: 25 Year Recognition
(Jun 30, 2011)For over 25 years, Al Kay has shown creative initiatives both for HVOF in the early 1980's and Cold Spray in 1996.
Precision CNC Finishing of Thermal Spray
(Jun 30, 2011)Oversized gear bore is repaired with lower temperature thermal spray coating to repair this cost justified mismachined component.
Rebuilding of Mismachined Components
(Jun 30, 2011)Electric Arc Thermal Spraying allows a mismachined production run for this bearing component to be reclaimed from a costly disposal option.
Rubber Molding Compression Presses
(Jun 30, 2011)ASB Industries provides complete rebuilding of worn presses and identifies improvements based on production requirements and ease of maintenance.
Rebuilt Gear Utilizing Thermal Spray
(Jun 30, 2011)
Worn inside diameter is rebuilt at ASB Industries using thermal spray processing and grinding to achieve original dimensional specifications.
Comprehensive Inspection Prior to Thermal Spray
(Jun 30, 2011)Dimensional readings, hardness and surface finish are inspected prior to thermal spray process to ensure strict quality standards to provide the best possible surface for thermal spray processing.
Ceramic and Carbide Surfacing
(Jun 30, 2011)Equipment used to make wire for musical instruments requires wear resistant thermal spray coatings.
Ceramic Seal Surface for Wear
(Jun 30, 2011)Service life of seal surfaces in severe environments are prolonged by applying a ceramic surface either using the Plasma Electric Arc Process or the Rokide Rod Process.
On Site Thermal Spray for Converting Industry
(Jun 30, 2011)On site thermal spray for the paper and related converting industries can enhance gripping and reduce sticking issues for a variety of operating conditions.
Cold Spray Processing for Defined Targets
(Jun 30, 2011)Precision spraying of copper or the many other available pure and ductile materials allows production efficiencies and thick coatings for a variety of applications.
High Pressure Hydraulic Piston
(Jun 30, 2011)This newly machined hydraulic pump piston is surfaced with 400 Series Stainless Steel for wear resistance and moderate corrosion protection.
Diamond Finishing of Critical Components
(Jun 30, 2011)Critical applications that affect product quality may require diamond grinding and polishing to meet many requirements including low surface finish, critical dimensions and "chatter" and defect free surfaces.
Thermal Spray Protection for Power Generation
(Jun 30, 2011)Special alloy fabricated tube panels over 110" long are shown being processed at ASB Industries, Ohio facility.
Operating Conditions Determines Surfacing
(Jun 30, 2011)Substrate and surfacing choices may be overwhelming when faced with equipment wear and surface quality issues that affect product quality.
Feed Pipe Conveying Abrasive Solids
(Jun 30, 2011)Disrupting material flow along with the potential catastrophic pipe failure is an integral part of solving wear issues that can be enhanced by a wear resistant thermal spray coating.
Maintaining Seal Surfaces in Severe Environments
(Jun 30, 2011)Improving bearing life translates into reduced maintenance costs and improved operating efficiency.
Paper Makers and Converters: Thermal Spray Polymer Release Systems
(Jun 30, 2011)ASB Industries supplies Paper Producers and Paper Converters with release coatings using Thermal Spray wear and corrosion resistant surfacing in conjunction with polymer based release coating systems.
Fabricated Duct Work Carbide Coated for Erosion
(Jun 30, 2011)Duct Work in a high velocity air movement environment containing abrasive fibers will noticeably last longer with Carbide surfacing with understanding of impingement angle along with temperature and any corrosive in the air stream.