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Vapour Blasting

Vapour Blasting is a way of cleaning parts and components to return them back to better than original. The process might also be known as wet blasting or liquid honing. The process is far more effective than cleaning by simply using fast-flowing water. The key benefit of vapour blasting is that it serves as a waterborne abrasive, which leaves a finer finish on the cleaned parts on account of the flushing action of the water.

Vapour blasting is the ideal way to restore non-ferrous castings to their original condition without damage. It is an environmentally friendly process that is extremely effective for cleaning and degreasing a variety of metals without warping or changing the dimensions of the part.


Powder Coating

Powder coating is a hard durable paint like finish which is electrostatic sprayed on to metal surfaces then cured at 200℃

The advantage of the powder coating over wet paint is:

  • Longer lasting finish
  • Resistant to chipping
  • Avoid fading

Powder coating has better options for textured finishes and candy colour which will last longer than wet paints.

Applications include most aluminium or metals. Some examples are:

  • Wheels
  • Suspension components
  • Brackets
  • Differential housing
  • Rocker covers
  • Turbo compressor housing
  • Intercooler piping
  • Brakes

Ceramic Coating for Exhaust

There are many reasons for coating your exhaust, the main one being heat management. Ceramic coating provides a thermal barrier protection which will protect your surrounding parts in your engine bay and prolong the working life of the exhaust system.

The thermal barrier will also isolate the heat keeping it in the exhaust manifold, this will increase the exhaust gas velocity and reduce back pressure.

Ceramic coat is not just limited to exhaust parts. With our polished silver ceramic which looks very similar to chrome it can be coated on inlet manifolds, brake hubs and almost anything metal for a show quality finish.