Functional or decorative galvanic surface coatings? Zinc coatings? We are the right address!
Functional surface refinement improves the properties of the surfaces of a component in terms of corrosion or wear protection, or improves their electrical conductivity or the reduction of friction forces.
Our range of services includes, for example, the following finishes:
Further surface treatment options
Under dynamic loads, screw connections tend to come loose automatically. If there is lifting of the frictional locking between the head and support and in the thread, a corresponding coating helps.
If constructive measures to maintain the pre-tension force are no longer sufficient, we recommend that you use the anti-rotation locks for thread locking applied by us as spot or 360° coatings. Our technical consulting is happy to help with the right choice.
The range of services we offer includes the following thread-locking coatings:
The following advantages are achieved through the use of thread-locking surface coatings:
To increase the mechanical resistance through targeted modification and transformation of the material microstructure, we specify the heat treatment according to the requirements of our partners.
A common heat treatment for steel components is hardening after mechanical processing in order to adjust the material properties to the respective field of application. Hardening is understood to mean a heat treatment of the steel in which, by heating to austenitising temperature with subsequent very rapid cooling, the crystal structure of martensite (hardness microstructure) is formed.
The austenitising temperature and cooling rate depend on the quality of the steels. The aim of hardening is a uniform microstructure with mostly dissolved carbon.
As a rule, after hardening, another heat treatment, such as tempering or annealing, follows. We are happy to carry out further heat treatments such as case hardening, blacking, nitriding, carburising, annealing, etc.
You can always go one step further!
The term "finishing" (fine machining) refers predominantly to machining processes that are carried out to produce very high-quality workpieces. In this case, the quality can relate both to the surface quality or the roughness depth, as well as on the dimensional accuracy, i.e. the permissible tolerated deviation from the finished dimension.
The goal of finishing almost inevitably results in it being the last production step of a multi-step production. This may be a procedure identical to the previous step under different conditions or a completely different procedure.
We have mastered both mechanical procedures, such as grinding, honing or lapping, as well as processes such as chemical or electrochemical processes, for example etching or electropolishing.
For high-performance and heavy-duty corrosion protection.
MAX MOTHES has extensive experience in industrial plastic coating of fasteners and works closely with large companies specialising in plastic coating. This ensures optimal advice and the best solution for every application. Custom developments as well as individual adjustments are possible depending on the requirements. Modern production technology as well as qualified and motivated teams guarantee consistent quality even in large batches.
Plastic coated elements are used in aggressive offshore, oil and gas or petrochemical environments to prevent corrosion and galling of the steel. Depending on the pre-treatment, a service life of up to 4,000 hours can be achieved for these parts in a salt spray test. The range of finishing options extends beyond PTFE to powder coatings such as Epoxy and Rilsan or EFTE and PEEK® coatings.
Plastic-coated fasteners are characterised by the following properties:
Screws in a special RAL colour? Fasteners in a corporate design? We bring colour to the screws!
We finish the surfaces of fasteners by means of powder coating, cathodic dip coating or with varnish, no matter if a single part, small series or mass production, in many common RAL colours. Custom colours are also possible on request.
Only high-quality powder coatings based on polyester-epoxy resin or KTL coatings are used, which ensures metallic surfaces and cavities are coated with uniform layer thicknesses and very good surface qualities.
The coated parts are characterised by the following properties: