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    Northeastcoating Technologies provides quality PVD Multilayer wear resistant coating for functional and decorative applications.
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    When Plasma Coatings Inc. was first established in 1969, we offered basic hardfacing with metallizing and plasma spray techniques, as well as the patented specialty coating "No-Stik." The...
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    Since its beginnings in 1986, Metalon has been very successful in helping our customers solve technical problems. Using our proven metal coating techniques, we have been able to enhance the surface...
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    B&E Electroform Company was started by a German toolmaker in 1949, creating complex tooling for the plastic mold industry. B & E Electroform Inc. is a service and manufacturing company...
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    Located in Fridley, a northern suburb of Minneapolis, Surface Solutions has been in business for over 13 years. Its founders, Clark Bergman and Mike Schultz, have over sixty (60) years of combined...
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    K. C. Abrasive Company strives to meet or exceed customer expectations with the highest quality abrasives and continuous efforts to improve the quality of our products and processes. Our Micro...
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    For over 45 years, Saturn Ceramic Coating has been providing unsurpassed wear resistant coatings to industry. Check out our case studies to see why you should join our list of satisfied...
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    KECO provides a variety of coatings and technologies to combat abrasion and wear. Coatings include thermal spray coatings such as flame spray, wire arc, plasma and HVOF- for the most demanding...
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    ASB Industries was instrumental in introducing High-Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) hard and wear-resistant Carbide Thermal Spray Surfacing. In 1996, we also became a licensee for developing a process...
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    The Sub-One name derives from the scientific description of surface smoothness. A surface with a roughness coefficient lower than 1.0 microinch (or sub-one) is extremely smooth and highly desirable...