Metal Spray Supplies Australia


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Metal and Thermal Spray for Marine, Oil and Gas Industry Coatings

Metal Spray Supplies Australia (MSSA) is a leading manufacturer and supplier of metal and thermal spray coating equipment and consumables to alter the surface attributes of industrial materials in the oil and gas sector and marine industry.

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Metal Spray Supplies Australia (MSSA) is a leading manufacturer and supplier of metal and thermal spray coating equipment and consumables to alter the surface attributes of industrial materials in the oil and gas sector and marine industry.

The company provides a number of engineered surfaces for exceptional performance. For example, solutions can increase conductivity, provide insulation, repair worn substrates etc or reinforce structural integrity to improve product performance and longevity in a cost-effective manner.

Metallisation coating processes for the oil and gas industry

The metal spray process is a coating procedure used to change the surface properties of a component by adding a thin layer of material to its exterior.

Spraying can strengthen the durability of a component, as well as increase or reduce friction, facilitate protection against corrosion or change the object’s electrical conductivity properties. It can even act as a replacement for worn or damaged material.

The durable 28E ARCTEC non-slip coating minimises the risk of injury in wet working environments, making it ideal for use on metal flooring and other work surfaces at oil platforms.
MSSA’s protective coatings help safeguard pipes and tubing against natural wear and corrosive processes, offering a cost-effective solution for extending the service life of offshore equipment.
The deflected flame spray extension was developed after customers requested an accessory that facilitated the use of the company’s spray coating systems in harder-to-reach areas. The device comes in 150mm, 300mm and 450mm variants, and fits directly onto the end of the spray pistol for hassle-free application.
MSSA’s spray systems are compatible with a wide range of substances and materials depending on the customer’s specific property requirements, including metals, plastics, glasses and ceramics.
The company’s innovative arc spray system has recently been revised and upgraded, with the new 145 model utilising increased air pressure to deliver a finer, more evenly distributed coating to chosen surfaces.

The coating process can be carried using a wide range of metals, ceramics or plastics. In addition, the coatings can be applied substrate materials such as glass, plaster, polystyrene and even wood.

Each substance possesses its own unique benefits and properties to help suit clients’ needs in wide array of application environments.

Surface-wear protection and fortification for critical marine applications

MSSA’s range of equipment includes hard-surfacing products to combat wear, heat and corrosion that are widely used in critical operations throughout the oil and gas industry.

Components can be refurbished with added resistance to wear, decay and elevated temperatures by employing specially designed nickel and cobalt alloys. MSSA can also supply cast or fully machined replacement components according to customer specifications.

Robust spray coating solutions for offshore environments

MSSA’s thermal-sprayed aluminium (TSA) and thermal-sprayed zinc (TSZ) solutions are frequently used to provide anti-corrosion and corrosion under insulation (CUI) safeguarding for oil rigs and flare booms. Stellite cobalt-chromium alloys, known for their wear-resistant properties, can also be used with the company’s thermal spray equipment for extra strength protection.

Additionally, the company provides arc spray equipment, which uses an electric arc to melt metal wires into a molten liquid to be atomised with compressed air, creating a spray stream to protect and repair the surface of parts and components.

The arc spray process is a versatile solution that has also been used to facilitate the creation of anti-slip flooring.

Oxy-fuel anti-corrosion technology to prolong asset serviceability

MSSA’s flamespray technology uses an oxy-fuel flame to melt wires, or in some cases powdered materials or ceramic rods, which is then applied to surfaces via oxy-acetylene or oxy-propane metal spray systems.

While usually a manual process conducted with handheld spray systems, the procedure can be carried out in either an automated or semi-automatic fashion if necessary.

The company also supplies high-velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) process equipment for scenarios requiring particularly dense and heavy-duty adhesive coatings.

This procedure involves mixing fuels, commonly kerosene or hydrogen based, with oxygen and then ignited in a combustion chamber, which is accelerated via use of a nozzle system. Powder is added to the gas flow stream where it becomes softened, and is applied at high speed to its intended surface.

The process results in an extremely durable and hard-wearing coating often used in hard chrome replacement applications.

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