Exhaust system components

Exhaust system components in high performance vehicles have their surfaces coated with ceramics and anti–corrosive material to provide improved heat flow, increased power – through heat retention in turbos and exhausts, protects against local damage, elimination of the need for secondary heat shields.

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Plasma ceramic coating containing magnesia / zirconia on exhaust manifold

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Ceramic powder spraying of Automotive exhaust manifold.


Gear selector forks, clutch disks and synchronizer rings

Gear selector forks, clutch disks and synchronizer rings suffer from wear so the application of a Molybdenum coating delivers high resistance to scuffing as well as constant friction coefficient for more precise gear selection.

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Gear selector fork

Aluminium multi-void fin tube

Aluminium multi-void fin tube for the cooling system allows the tube to be soldered when coated with Zinc.

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Multi Void tubing


Brake shoes

Brake shoes suffer rapid wear but this is controlled when a plasma sprayed coating is applied making the shoes last longer.


Brake disc-rotors

Improved brake performance, weight reduction and longer life is given to brake disc-rotors that suffer from an inconsistent friction coefficient.

The engine system has seen the Metal/Thermal spray process solve a lot of issues.


Cylinder bores

Cylinder bores use plasma sprayed Molybdenum and Ferritic materials to eliminate the requirement of heavy cast iron linings.

Piston rings

Piston rings have high wear resistance and less friction when coated with Molybdenum.

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Piston Rings


Piston crowns

Piston Crowns gain improved engine efficiency and extended life when a thermal barrier coating is applied.


Cam and crank shafts

Cam and crank shafts are coated to give improved performance

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Crankshaft


Car panel repair

Car panel repair uses actual metal not bog to repair rusted/damaged body panels.
Other sprayed components include turbocharger housings, valve guides and stems, exhaust sensors, alternator covers, exhaust pipes, shock absorbers.

Other sprayed components include turbocharger housings, valve guides and stems, exhaust sensors, alternator covers, exhaust pipes and shock absorbers

Differential Repair

Ford Motor Company using plasma to refurbish dead engines

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