Thermal Spray Coatings

Series 900 Thermal Spray Coatings 
For Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals

thermal spray coatings

Endura® Coatings' thermal spray coating technologies represent the most advanced thermal spray materials and processes available today. Endura®'s proprietary thermal transfer process and fusion-bonded technology provide bond strength and hardness properties that are truly unique. This technology generates minimal heat at the working surface which helps mitigate dimensional or geometric distortion.

Our 900 series thermal spray coatings offer outstanding and sustainable resistance to wear and corrosion in combination with enhanced release properties. Variants of this coating may also provide high heat stability, accelerated heat transfer, low friction, and non-stick from even the most aggressive industrial and pressure-sensitive adhesives utilized today.

Read more on our Thermal Spray Coatings specifications and performance factors.

Need something more? Consider Endura®'s Infused Matrix™ coatings. These coating technologies are further reinforced with a variety of fluorochemistry enhancements which provide extra performance benefits including, but not limited to:

Created by means of a proprietary vacuum impregnation process, our Infused Matrix™ coatings are truly unique, providing all of the benefits of traditional Teflon or “Teflon-like” coating within a wear-hardened ceramic or sintered metal matrix. These surface conversion technologies create improved release, lower friction, enhanced corrosion protection, and a harder, more wear-resistant surface than other composite coating systems available today.

Series 900 - Thermal Spray Coating Process
For Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals

Processing Illustrations

Thermal Spray Coatings Process - Step 1
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Thermal Spray Coatings Process - Step 3
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Thermal Spray Coatings Process - Step 6

At Endura Coatings, we offer the Series 900 Thermal Spray Coatings for dispersing diamond particulates throughout an autocatalytic nickel alloy matrix. Our proprietary infusion process alloys us to apply and integrate diamond to most alloy surfaces for a wide range of applications.

Step 1: Our temperature controlled contamination removal from the top surface and sub-surface area.

Step 2: Our multi-faceted surface treatments.

Contamination Removal Via:

  • Cathodic Arc Plasma Deposition
  • Electron Beam Evaporation
  • Glancing Angle Deposition
  • Magnetron Sputtering
  • Organic Evaporation
  • Pulsed Laser Deposition
  • Thermal Evaporation

Step 3: Thermal Spray Matrix Deposit. Sintered material is deposited onto substrate at a high velocity and temperature.

Step 4: Fluropolymer Deposit. The newly formed composite thermal spray matrix is vacuumed infused with sub-micron sized organic and inorganic reinforcements to optimize specific coating performance objectives.

Step 5: Fluropolymer Deposit. The newly formed, hardened, and bonded coating will not chip, crack, flake or peel.

Step 6: Fluropolymer Infusion. Different fluoropolymers are utilized to optimize specific performance objectives.

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