Engineered Coatings

Canadize reduces surface friction.
Dynaloy offers ultra-thin wear protection.
Goldenedge keeps blades sharp.
Hi-T-Lube breaks COF records.
Lectrofluor prevents corrosion.
Magnadize protects magnesium parts.
Magnagold combats abrasion.
Magnamax-HT lubricates permanently.
MAGnanoSHIELD kills harmful microbes.
Magnaplate 10K withstands high temperatures.
Magnaplate BTC replaces hard chrome.
Magnaplate HCR resists moisture.
Magnaplate HMF eliminates static build-up.
Magnaplate HTR improves mold release.
Magnaplate TNS and TNSF release adhesives.
Nedox Basic electroless nickel.
Nedox fights wear and corrosion.
Nedox PF outperforms nickel alloys.
Plasmadize Basic thermal spray.
Plasmadize outperforms thermal spray.
Tufram Basic hard anodizing.
Tufram improves hardness.

Featured Applications



Industrial

Our surface-enhancement coatings impart corrosion protection, chemical resistance, super-hardness and dry lubrication to a variety of industrial machines and components.



Food Processing

From extruders to dies to knives, our USDA- and FDA-compliant engineered coatings can eliminate food adhesion, wear and lubricants, which helps keep your food processing equipment running clean.



Packaging

By protecting moving machine components from wear and providing release properties where needed, engineered coatings can drastically reduce packaging machine downtime and increase yields.



Oil and Gas

Our engineered coatings have proven themselves in the most demanding downhole applications, protecting oil and gas tooling from galling, abrasion, impact and corrosion.


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Online Friction Calculator

If you need coefficient of friction values for your engineering calculations, General Magnaplate's Friction Calculator web application can help. The application provides static and dynamic coefficients of friction (COF) for more than 200 pairings of commonly used materials and engineered coatings.

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Choose Surface Treatments Early To Avoid Future Problems

Surface Treatement
Too often the coating of parts is an afterthought for design engineers. Rather than being a part of the discussion in the early stages of design, designers try to solve problems with coatings at the point of manufacturing—or even after manufacturing.
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Corporate News

General Magnaplate Announces New Chief Operating Officer

General Magnaplate, a global leader in engineered coatings technology, has announced that Ashley Saunders Russo has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer. Russo has been responsible for consolidating Magnaplate's operations through the merging of the Linden, New Jersey and the Arlington, Texas facilities and will continue to oversee ongoing business operations. Candi Aversenti will retain her position as CEO and Edmund Aversenti will stay on as president.

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Engineered Coatings Protect Valves in Harsh Conditions of Oil and Gas Facilities

As oil and gas facilities move to more remote locations with extreme conditions, any equipment downtime due to parts failure can be costly. Valves must perform reliably despite exposure to corrosive chemicals, abrasive fracking fluids, sour gases in drilling, high pressures, liquids, variable pH levels and high temperatures. In addition, contact with other metal tools can cause galling which can result in premature wear, leaking and ultimately valve failure. Many types of coatings can offer basic protection. But when your valve has to withstand this type of punishment, you need the peace of mind that comes from engineered coatings.

General Magnaplate engineered coatings stand up to abrasion, galling and corrosion that threaten the performance of ball valves, gate valves, globe valves, safety valves, pressure valves and tools. Unlike other coating options, General Magnaplate coatings can be modified to meet an application’s specific functional criteria based on the intended environment. In fact, the coatings become an integral part of the substrate, so metal surfaces like aluminum become super hard. The result: long-lasting parts plus performance characteristics that can even surpass more expensive metals.  Many engineered coatings are suitable for use in low pH conditions in which corrosion is a concern as well as in high temperatures commonly found in the oil and gas industry.

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