Recovery Processes

Metal spraying is used in a multitude of remanufactured components and is more suitable to static bearing locations and seal diameters, but can be used on slow revolving crankshafts or none combustion engines, such as compressors.

Submerged arc welding is used to reclaim bearing journals, thread diameters, etc. where strength is required. Examples include axles, drive shafts and crankshafts.

Bearing re-metalling for white metal bearings either poured or spun and then machined. Typical applications are vintage engines and industrial components.

Metal stitching is cold metal process used to repair cracks or patch holes in cast iron casings such as engine blocks.

Welding and Metal Spraying

Up to 660mm diameter
Up to 2540mm long

Hindle Recovery Processes