It is a technology allowing structural integration between carbon fiber layer and metallic surfaces (steel, aluminium, titanium, magnesium ). It allows to increase fatigue life from 8 up to 10 times or, under same fatigue life conditions , to reduce the stressed part weight down to 50-60 %
It is a process allowing the resistance to fatigue life and corrosion of mechanical organs to be increased . Basically speaking, during this process the item is hit by a flow of steel or ceramic dust, able to induce a surface compression Process itself is quite knows, but XRD technology allow us a very fine tuning for application parameter. This process is suitable for driveshaft, camshaft, gear wheel . Through this technology higher limits of 30-50% resistance to fatigue life can be achieved compared to a rough part.
It is a process allowing roughness reduction till 0,03 Ám. It is suitable for connecting rods, starting handles, cranks, driving and camshafts in order to achieve a perfect coupling and addictionally, it is suitable for surfaces as well, which have to oppose the minimum fatigue strength as for instance steam and gas turbine blade. This engineering process allows to considerably increase resistance to wear consumption.
It is a dry process producing a dense metal coating and allowing the improvement of the material surface features. This can be achieved through addition of tungsten and chrome carbide and increase from twice to 10 times the strenght to wear consumption, fatigue life and corrosion . The protective coating is obtained through the combination of temperature and speed and allows to achieve the following results :
- High and controlled hardness ( till 1200-1400 Hv300)
- Low porosity ( reduced by 1 -1,5%)
- High grip-resistance ( compression over 80Mpa)
- Max thickness of 3 mm
- Fair Surface Finishing with good Ra values