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Patt offers pulse plasma nitriding or coatings to the Aerospace industry as a viable alternative to gas nitriding, chrome plating, physical vapor deposition (PVD) and chemical vapor deposition (CVD). Coatings available to Aerospace include nano-layer composite coatings, monolithic coating, Titanium nitride coating (TiN), and multilayer coatings. These coatings are used specifically for bearings, landing gear components, and other corrosion sensitive or wear sensitive components. We also process the most common Aerospace materials such as stainless steels, nickel chrome super alloys, titanium alloys, and cobalt nickel chrome alloys.
Patt offers coating services to the medical industry for medical implant devices such as artificial knees, shoulders, and hips. Our coating services available to the medical industry offer a competitively priced alternative to zirconium based alloys.
The competition within the automotive industry is based on automobile reliability. Automobile manufacturers are constantly looking to improve durability on their parts such as internal components of the valve train and components for wear parts of turbocharger systems. With pulse plasma nitriding and CVD or plasma assisted CVD, Patt offers great alternatives to chrome plating, gas nitriding, fluidized bed nitriding and hard chrome anodizing. We process the most common automobile materials like tool steels, mild steel, cobalt containing steels, stainless steels, and nickel chrome super alloys.
Patt Technologies Inc. offers polymer processing solutions to the plastics industry. With slide plates causing high material loss and increased downtime, Patt offers an exceptional alternative. Our family of polymer filters are constant pressure continuous which means there is no flow interruption. This technology allows all polymer processors to optimize their extrusion line to the fullest. Along with our polymer filters, we offer the plastics industry die and mould rectification. Our in-house surface treating service improves wear resistance for dies and release properties for moulds.