BrazeCoat® is a unik “Hardfacing” technic where carbide materiel are coated on steel parts by the use of vacuum brazing.

For bigger parts the most wearing areas are proctected with flexible Carbide-mats which are formed according to the geometry of the part(BrazeCoat®-M). The surface of the part will after the process look like sintered carbide and can be uses as such or can be grounded.

For smaller precision parts is added a thin layer of carbide suspension(BrazeCoat®-S). This layer give the surface the requested wear resistance.

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This process is a new chemical-electrolytic method for ceramic coating of aluminium, magnesium and titanium alloys. The technique entails changing the surface to a ceramic material which gives softer materials strength far in excess of hardened steel as well as reducing friction.

This patented process has become so popular that a plant dedicated to this process was established in Denmark on 1. March 2004.

Go to the Keronite website in order to learn more about this technique.


PVD/CVD coatings are applied in vacuum and are ultra thin (0.5 – 5 micrometre). The coating does not alter the object’s geometry but lends to it more resistance to abrasion, corrosion as well as reducing surface friction.
The most relevant coatings are as follows:
  • DLC (diamond like carbon) is a PVD thin film coating. 
  • Decorative PVD
  • Tantaline® (tantalum metal). 



combines the self-lubricating properties of PTFE with the high wear resistant hardness of electroless nickel, and has excellent adhesion which allows for an increased control on uniform thickness. The PTFE coatings self-lubricating properties make it an ideal surface treatment for components and assemblies that cannot use conventional lubricants.s a chemical coating where a nickel and PTFE film is created on the surface of the object. This creates a surface very resistant to abrasion and with low friction. The coating is dense and corrosion resistant.

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Composite coating
A range of products that is smeared on to objects. The composite applies a thick layer – typically around 250 micrometres – on to the treated object, which gives it a strong surface. Several of the products contain ceramic fillers.