Main Engine Rotor Shaft

Water Pump Shaft

DK20 4-Stroke Piston

Steel Chrome Liner before repair

OD Worn out

Steel chrome line after repair

Laser Clad and Machine to standard size

Steam Turbine Pump Shaft Before Repair

Labyrinth and deflector worn completely

Steam Turbine Pump Shaft Before Repair (Close Up)

Labyrinth and deflector worn completely

Steam Turbine Pump Shaft After Repair

Cargo Pump Shaft Before Repair

Cargo Pump Shaft Before Repair

Close up of journal wear

Cargo Pump Shaft After Repair

Repair in way of journal

4-Stroke Piston Grooves After Process

By Laser-Powder-Cladding, piston ring grooves can be restored to reduce blow pass and provide extended life cycle value.

Localized cladding in process

Turbocharger Systems

Turbocharger systems typically experience a high amount of heat and wear in operation. By Laser-Powder-Cladding, clearances and efficiencies can be restored.

Worn Turbocharger Shaft Sealing Area

Turbocharger Shaft Sealing Area After Process

Damaged Turbocharger Shaft Thread Area

Turbocharger Shaft Thread Area After Process

Exhaust Valve Seat After Process

Damaged Crane Swivel Shaft

Crane Swivel Shaft After Process

Thread and shank portions were completely restored and successfully load tested

Worn Compressor Shaft Bearing Surface

After long usage, bearing surfaces sometimes display peeling out of previous metal spray layers

Compressor Shaft Bearing Surface After Process

Such surfaces can be restored with a fusion bond which is more durable and wear resistant

Piston Ring Groove Restoration Case

Laser-Powder-Cladding works by fusing new material onto old worn out surfaces through welding by laser. The new materials strengthen and enhance the original component to lengthen its lifespan, thereby improving overall engine efficiency at a fraction of the cost of buying a new component.

1worn out piston

2after laser cladding

  • Cobalt alloy laser cladded
  • Cross sectional area shows uneven
    clad layer before machining
  • Groove sizes restored with
    virtually no porosity (GL reference)
  • Local damage repaired
  • Anti friction coat applied as option

Research and Development

For specialized laser cladding applications, we can develop customized solutions based on different base and cladding material combinations. Some of the more common materials we work with are shown here:

Typical Metals
Typical Metals
  • Aluminum
  • Aluminum Bronze
  • Chrome Steel
  • Copper Based Alloys
  • High Speed Steel
  • Iron Nickel Alloys
  • Manganese Steel
Special Metals
Special Metals and Super Alloys
  • Cobalt based alloys
  • Nickel based alloys
  • Titanium
  • Other exotic metals on request