Metallisation is a process involving the application of a thin metal film on the base material. It is used to improve the material resistance to corrosion, wear and tear, and the elements. It improves the component's appearance and the functionality of the final product. The metallisation process is used in diverse industries, such as:
The applied metal can be in the form of a wire or dust. The coating thickness can vary from 0.1 mm to thicker layers of 0.3-0.4 mm.
Blast Tehnik uses the electric arc metallisation method. This means two wires under voltage are fed into the gun. The wires together produce a current that melts the wires.
The compressed air passing through the nozzle sprays the melted metal onto the workpiece. There are three types of wire feeding (push, pull, and push/pull).
With a robot in a dedicated metallisation chamber, Blast Tehnik provides repeatable quality, also for larger quantities.
We provide metallisation with all types of materials and their combinations:
The series robotic metallisation is performed with ARC technology (wire spray - flame spray technology).