Ceramic coating Australia

Ceramic coating

What is ceramic coating?

Ceramic coatings are common in many industrial applications. However, some of them are suitable for consumers and applicable by non-professionals. The most common ceramic coating applications take place there, where heat resistance is a requirement. Ceramic coatings offer heat protection up to 1200°C and are therefore suitable for many industrial application for example in marine and automotive industries. Such coatings are also applicable on the inner surfaces of pots and pans.

The numerous advantages of ceramic coatings include

  • Abrasion resistance
  • Electrical insulation
  • Low thermal conductivity (high heat resistance)
  • Reproducible surface structure
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Industrial machinery

engine components

Exhaust & engine components

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Why use special ceramic coatings?

For industrial applications the main benefit of ceramic coatings is higher cost efficiency which is possible through the many life span increasing properties of the coatings. The coating namely:

  • Allows higher operating temperatures
  • Insulates machine components from heat and so extends their life span
  • Reduces thermal fatigue
  • Improves overall durability of surfaces and objects

Ceramic coating exhaust

Applying ceramic coatings on several metal surfaces such as chrome, iron, aluminium etc. is possible. They are thus, ideal for manifolds, brackets, exhaust pipes and headers due to the fact that high heat coatings reduce the surfaces’ heat content and detonation. They also have a positive impact on the performance of components, which increases the overall performance of the machine or vehicle. Moreover, these coatings extend the life of components; they reduce thermal fatigue, eliminate corrosion problems and create lifetime protection against rust. Additionally, the parts with a ceramic coating cool down fast which makes them easily adjustable.

Lower surface temperatures of your motorcycle exhaust system increases rider comfort and also protects bike engine parts from high temperatures; thanks to ceramic coatings. Motorcycle exhaust systems that have been ceramic coated have an improved appearance, are low maintenance and also protected from corrosion and abrasion wear and tear. Ceramic Coating minimises heat transfer from parts such as the exhaust manifold and the turbocharger. This reduces under bonnet temperatures and protects heat sensitive components. By reducing under bonnet temperatures, Ceramic Coating also reduces the temperature of air entering the engine via the inlet manifold, giving a denser charge and more power!

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Hyper Coatings & Automotive
Phone: (02) 4722 3915
Address: Unit 5, 10a Production Place,
Jamisontown (Near Penrith) NSW 2750

Ceramic powder coating – Thermal plasma spray application

Plasma spray application is one of the most common methods for applying ceramic coatings. Thermal plasma spraying refers to melting ceramic powder in plasma flame and spraying it on the sandblasted surface. The common ceramic powders include aluminium oxide, titan dioxide and chrome oxide. Thermally spraying metals surfaces guarantees resistance for adhesion and non-stick function. Ceramic coating is also available as an easy to apply aerosol solution.

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