When Welding Alloys was approached by a large hydropower plant customer in Brazil, they were in critical need for a sustainable repair solution to maintain their turbines, that were losing metal at a rate of 1kg daily as a result of cavitation.
A customer dissatisfied with the lifetime of their wood chip transportation screws sought our technical advice and we delivered a solution that decreased total cost of ownership by 25%.
Rail crossings are located at the center of the switch; this key component blends the continuity of two railways and is subject to high stress.
Wear on waste shredder blades caused unplanned shutdowns and reduced production for a recycle customer, requiring an efficient solution to remain in business.
A Power customer, frustrated by the lifetime of a feeder pipe and contacted us for a repair solution, we offered an alternative they haven’t considered.
A solution was needed to address surface wear on paddles of an agitator within the chemical industry, our hardfacing produced a better-than-new condition.
A mining customer experienced significant bucket wear on their reclaimers, we delivered a long-term, cost-effective maintenance solution in a short period of time.
Fertiliser plants face significant wear-related problems in the form of abrasion, corrosion and impact, where the fertiliser stars in particular, are impacted.
At the height of the COVID-19, we undertook a project to repair a vertical roller mill at Hanson Cement, increasing the lifetime by 400%.
A sugar mill experienced significant wear of its grinding rolls after just 185 days of grinding, the solution we offered surprised them.