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Jun 2 '17

Mining for Metals in Western Australia

Mining is an integral part of the Western Australian economy, even with a recent dip in the sector’s value. From the price of houses, to the surface engineering industry, the mining sector impacts every corner of our state in some way. The earth in our resource-rich state holds all kinds of deposits including iron ore […]

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May 8 '17

Shaft Repair: Everything you Need to Know

Shafts are crucial parts in machines, so a failure can mean production comes to a grinding halt while you source a new part. Luckily, the majority of time, shaft repair can be performed instead of having to throw out the damaged part and get a whole new one, saving you time and money. Shafts are used […]

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Apr 4 '17

Surface Engineering – What Is It?

Surface engineering is the broad name given to a whole range of technologies designed to change the behaviour, aesthetic, or wear resistance of a metal surface. It can also be used to stretch the time between maintenance, and improve the way a part behaves under serious pressure. Surface engineering is common practice in almost every […]

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Mar 10 '17

Surface Spray Protection

Metal surfaces and components need a protective coating for a number of reasons; to reduce wear on moving parts, protect them from the elements, repair damaged surfaces and more. Different thermal spray options are a relatively low cost way to get more life from your parts, so this blog will help show you how to […]

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Dec 21 '16

Metal Coating: A Brief History

Metal spraying has developed as a low cost solution to extend the life of components and machinery. The process essentially involves heating metal with twin arc wires then applying lots of pressure to it, to achieve a spray coating that sticks to almost any surface and provides durability, hardness, and rust resistance. It is popular […]

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Dec 19 '16

Why HVOF

When you want a dense, long lasting coating on important components and machinery then consider High Pressure, High Velocity Oxygen Fuelled (HP/HVOF) technology. HVOF produces coatings that really last. HVOF is a thermal spraying technique, developed during in the 1980s, which combines extremely high pressures and temperature controlled fuels to achieve a dense, low porosity […]

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New Metal Surfaces is a family based business and has been in operation for over 22 years. During that period we have completed over 28,000 jobs and have many satisfied clients. Our customers range from small country workshops to large miners.

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