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Our valued principals and partners in Thermal Spray


Bexxon Global Surface Engineering Product Range

HVAF Carbide Coatings
bexxon global pte ltd Indonesia

Bexxon we have selected the best quality products for Thermal Spray systems and engineered solutions.


  • Kermetico is the leader in HVAF / HVOF solutions from the USA, built by sprayers for sprayers.
  • GEM the inventor of the most widely used and robust roll lapping, microfinishing, and polishing system, using microfinishing films
  • Tecnosupply, leader globally in PP and PE flame spray coatings from Italy
  • Nanolap Technologies for quality diamond lapping film, IMF, ILF for use with the GEM Microfinisher
  • Flexible Diamond Belt Grinding
  • Fireside Coatings LLC quality ceramic coatings for coal and gas fired boilers


All of our partners are also experts in Application of Thermal Spray and Surface Engineering.  


Introduction to Thermal Spray and Engineering Applications

Reason for using Thermal Spray Processes: This is a general introduction to coatings used for engineering applications, wear coatings, thermal barrier coatings etc

What is Thermal Spraying? 
Thermal spraying is a technology which improves or restores the surface of a solid material. The process can be used to apply coatings to a wide range of materials and components, to provide resistance to: Wear, erosion, cavitation, corrosion, abrasion or heat. Thermal spraying is also used to provide electrical conductivity or insulation, lubricity, high or low friction, sacrificial wear, chemical resistance and many other desirable surface properties.


Thermal spraying is widely adopted across many industries as a preferred method. It has huge scope to extend the life of new components or through the use of tried and tested techniques, to repair and re-engineer worn or damaged components.

The Basics of Thermal Spraying 
All methods of thermal spraying involve the projection of small softened particles onto a cleaned and prepared surface where they adhere to form a continuous coating. Combined thermal and kinetic energy causes the particles to flatten or ’splat’ onto the surface, and onto each other, to produce a cohesive coating of successive layers.

Metallurgically cold process.

  • Virtually no heat input to the substrate 
  • Primarily a mechanical bonding process.
  • Can spray many materials: Steels, stainless steels, nickel alloys, copper, bronzes, molybdenum, ceramics, tungsten carbides etc.
  • Can be applied at various thicknesses, typically 100-750 microns but can be more.
  • Line of sight process.