A company that manufactures seismic streamers relies on Magnaplate’s Tufram surface treatment to prevent wear and stick-slip issues.
Our Nedox family of surface treatments is well suited for demanding oil and gas conditions, such as exposure to sour gasses.
A Nedox engineered coating is well-suited to deliver high performance and durability in corrosion-intensive environments that also cause wear and abrasion.
Pumps, valves and compressors endure a host of threats that can impact their reliability and your operation’s productivity. Our new video describes how General Magnaplate’s engineered coatings protect a variety of metal surfaces from corrosion, abrasion, wear, material buildup and other conditions to ensure optimal media flow and maximum uptime across a broad range of applications.
When selecting your surface protection coating, be sure to also consider thermal sprays.
Engineered coatings can address your application’s conditions and your pump’s specific mechanical requirements to ensure productivity and uptime.
Parts found in oil and gas equipment must perform reliably despite exposure to corrosive chemicals, abrasive fracking fluids, sour gases in drilling, high pressures, liquids, variable pH levels and high temperatures.
How engineered coatings extend equipment lifetime, protecting parts from wear, abrasion and corrosion.
Nedox coating protects impellers from corrosion in oil and gas applications, significantly increasing the lifespan of equipment.
Synergistic thermal spray Plasmadize includes polymer infusion, and when applied mechanically bonds to the substrate, altering its surface properties.
Nedox smart coating can replace and ultimately exceed chrome for technical benefits that include wear resistance, corrosion resistance and low friction.
HMF mirror-finish coating extends the life of ball valve applications, providing low friction, improved hardness and corrosion resistance—eliminating factors that lead to galling.