Latest Thermal barrier coating Stories

2014-05-22 12:28:37

LONDON, May 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:High-Performance Ceramic Coatings: Markets and Technologieshttp://www.reportbuyer.com/industry_manufacturing/materials/high_performance_ceramic_coatings_markets_technologies.htmlINTRODUCTIONFor more than 20 years, BCC Research has been tracking developments in the high-performance ceramic coatings market. Since the last edition of this report was published in 2012, significant changes have...

2014-04-24 08:36:22

DALLAS, April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The report, "Ceramic Coatings Market by Technology (Thermal Spray, PVD, CVD, Others), by Type (Oxide, Carbide, Nitride - Coatings) and by Application (Transportation & Automotive, Energy, Aerospace & Defense, Healthcare) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019", defines and segments the global Ceramic Coatings Market with an analysis and forecast for technology, types, and applications by volume as well value. Browse 117...

2014-01-22 23:20:38

This new BCC Research study provides an in-depth analysis of the materials, applications, economics, current markets and trends, and players in ceramics coatings. Forecasts are provided for each major market segment through 2018. Wellesley, MA (PRWEB) January 22, 2014 According to a new technical market research report, High-Performance Ceramic Coatings: Markets and Technologies, from BCC Research (http://www.bccresearch.com), the North American high-performance ceramic coatings market...

2011-02-01 10:28:00

ORANGEBURG, N.Y., Feb. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Chromalloy announced today that its new thermal barrier coating enhances the performance of gas turbine engines. "Chromalloy's new thermal barrier coating - the RT-35 Low K coating - provides lower thermal conductivity, which allows higher engine temperatures," said Dr. Peter Howard, Vice President, Technology and Quality Assurance. The RT-35 Low K coating was patented by Chromalloy in 2006 and certified by the Federal Aviation...

2010-04-29 14:00:00

PROVIDENCE, R.I., April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The NanoSteel® Company, a leader in nanostructured steel alloy surface technologies, announces that a presentation highlighting how hardness and wear resistance of NanoSteel's Super Hard Steel® alloys for thermal spray coatings can increase service life in elevated temperatures will be delivered at the 2010 International Thermal Spray Conference and Exhibition (ITSC) in Singapore, May 3-5. Daniel Branagan Ph.D.,...

2009-09-08 09:02:00

NEW YORK, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue. High Performance Ceramic Coatings http://www.reportlinker.com/p0131236/High-Performance-Ceramic-Coatings.html This report analyzes the North American market for High Performance Ceramic Coatings in Millions of US$ by the following Technology Types: Thermal Spray, Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD), and Others. Annual forecasts are...

2009-07-08 12:14:00

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Three accomplished engineers recently accepted the Intellectual Property Owners Education Foundation's 36th National Inventor of the Year Award. Inventors Keith Kowalsky, Daniel Marantz and David Cook, from Flame-Spray Industries, Inc. and James Baughman, a retiree from Ford Motor Company, were recognized for their development of the Plasma Transferred Wire Arc (PTWA) Thermal Spray Apparatus and Method. PTWA is a unique process that can deposit...

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