Canadian Finishing and Coatings Manufacturing

May 2nd, 2022

CFCM Extreme Coatings IDX 400Extreme Coatings has announced the launch of a new internal diameter High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) coating system for oil and gas and industrial components. This IDX coating system provides a high-performance tungsten carbide nano coating for diameters as small as 7.62 cm (three inches) at lengths of up to 2.43 meters (eight feet), and thicknesses of 0.0381 cm (0.015 inches).

The thermal spray system consists of a delivery mechanism and coating material that delivers a tungsten carbide, cobalt chrome coating that is abrasion and corrosion resistant, crack free, and 99 per cent porosity-free. 

“The IDX system meets the industry’s growing demand for abrasive, corrosive, and aggressive processing in small-inside diameter applications,” said Scott Caplan, executive vice-president, Extreme Coatings. “This major technology advancement enables us to keep pace with other performance improvements in the downhole drilling industry.” 

This HVOF coating is targeted for a range of oil and gas applications such as housings, cylinders, bushings, sleeves, mechanical seals and hydraulic cylinders.

www.extremecoatings.net

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