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Some examples of our Ceramic Work

Ceramic Coating (high-temperature) is often referred to as an exhaust coating, header coating or high heat coating..

It does not use nanotechnology and is designed to bond on top of surfaces. High-temperature ceramic coatings are designed to prevent corrosion of items that are prone to high heat. In fact, they can withstand constant exposure to temperatures up to1000+ degrees c.

When applied correctly, high-temperature coating will produce a hard finish that is resistant to chipping and rust – or corrosion. Nanoceramic coatings are microscopic in thickness, and likewise, make the protected surface resistant to similar items.

These types of ceramic coatings are also available in multiple colours, from flat black to bright red. You can opt for high-gloss or matte finishes, including satin metallic.

V Series Piston Coat is a dark bronze/gold with a soft metallic look. It’s an oven cure ceramic thin film thermal barrier coating, designed to be applied on the top of pistons, top of valves and the combustion chamber on a cylinder head. Suitable Substrates:
All ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
All V Series coatings are one-part, ready to spray.
V Series ceramic coatings are the unrivalled leader in high-temperature thin-film performance coatings, capable of temperature up to 1800F.
V Series coatings provide unmatched high-temperature performance while providing excellent chemical resistance, durability, and aesthetics.
The foundation for Cerakote V Series coatings is a unique inorganic ceramic technology that imparts both high-temperature performance and excellent physical stability. Due to the inorganic chemistry.

Ceramic Coating improves the Lustre and Appearance

Ceramic Coating helps to dissipate heat…

Transfer Grey is a charcoal grey colour with a soft metallic finish. Cerakote Heat Dissipating Coatings are a line of submicron coatings with industry leading thermal conductivity. Transfer Grey is typically used on applications requiring a high thermal conductivity to transfer heat away from the energy source. Typical uses include but are not limited to radiators, engine blocks, transmission cases, heat syncs, intercoolers and anywhere heat dissipation is required.

Hot Arc Wire aluminium Plasma coating.

Plasma coating is a very rugged coating that will offer outstanding protection and performance on all types of substrates up to 800 Celsius, heat levels and lowers heat loss.

This coating also protects against thermal fatigue, rust, corrosion, oxidation, and metal fatigue in the harshest conditions protecting against damaging elements that will increase the life of your parts many times over.

This coating is highly recommended for exhaust components that have high amounts of heat as turbo housings, manifolds or any type of ferrous or non-ferrous items that requires long term protection as underbody parts, chassis, wheel arches, suspension parts and much more.

Alloy plasma coating has a  light semi-rough finish that also helps to disguise some corrosion pitting left behind after blast cleaning.

Plasma coats can be applied to any alloy, cast iron, steel or stainless steel products.

• Turbine Housings (Highly recommended)
• Turbo Headers/manifolds (Highly recommended)
• Supercharged engine exhaust (Highly recommended)
• Full exhaust systems.
• Heat shields
• Industrial items.

This coating is highly recommended for steel or cast iron manifolds/exhaust parts inc turbo housings.

It will stop rust creep through the surface and will stay looking great for many years to come.

Helps to reduce heat loss by 5 to 10% above temperatures of 200c

After the application of plasma alloy coat, a further ceramic colour coat can be applied.

Zirconia Ceramic Coating

Thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) with improved resistance against, thermal cycling to prevent problems of over-heating in the hot sections such as manifolds & exhaust systems. Plasma-sprayed TBCs consisting of a bond coat and zirconia overlayers stabilized with different materials.  The best performance in all tests was shown by zirconia partially stabilized according to rigours testing as used in Aircraft Jet engines; furthermore, heat treatments, as well as ongoing optimization of the spraying parameters of the TBCs, demonstrate radical improvement in heat reduction and corrosion resistance and performance in some instances.
The ceramic coating offers a heat insulator and will reduce the overall surface temperature within the exhaust by up to one third.
Reducing surface temperature under the bonnet helps to make a cooler environment for the intake temperatures and can help to improve the engine power.
Ceramic coatings are used by some motorsport enthusiasts and also commonly used other parts that will experience high temperatures, even including parts of the car body shell to help keep the cabin temperature lower.

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