Research and Development

Cutting edge technology drawn from 12 years of research

Laser-Powder-Cladding draws from 12 years of research and development by Gall & Seitz Systems in cooperation with Trumpf and the Bremen Institute of Applied Beam Technologies in Bremen, Germany, to bring forth cutting edge technology for the marine sector.

Research included testing on more than 1,000 4 strokes pistons of various makes that were put through Laser-Powder-Cladding reconditioning. These pistons were subsequently put back into full service.

The Process

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.

We specialize in the repair of high value marine mechanical parts such as pistons, turbochargers, cylinder heads and more using Laser Cladding Technology.

Reliable

Proven and Effective

After extensive scientific tests, our processes have been proven to restore and recondition engineering components effectively and extend their lifespan after being put back in operation.

Laser Cladding Singapore is DNV-GL approved and endorsed by Yanmar to carry out repairs by Laser Cladding.

Classification Society
Engine Maker
Customisable

Solutions that fit your needs

For specialized laser cladding applications, we can develop customized solutions based on different base and cladding material combinations. Our laser cladding repairs are used in different parts like marine diesel engines, steam turbine engine and in the Oil and Gas industry. With over 10 years of experience in Singapore, we have provided many surface repair and coating which includes Stellite, Inconel, Tungsten carbide and aluminium bronze. Some of the common materials that we work with are shown here:

Typical Metals

  • Aluminum
  • Aluminum Bronze
  • Chrome Steel
  • Copper Based Alloys
  • High Speed Steel
  • Iron Nickel Alloys
  • Manganese Steel

Special Metals

  • Cobalt based alloys
  • Nickel based alloys
  • Titanium
  • Other exotic metals on request