Spray Metal Engineering

Metal spraying, often also referred to as thermal spraying, is a coating process or surface engineering that involves a variety of ceramics and metals being applied or sprayed on another material’s surface. That is done for various reasons including providing corrosion protection or improving the thermal conductivity or even enhancing wear resistance.

Therefore, generally, the importance of Spray Metal Engineering services to various different businesses cannot be overstated here. That is whether your business requires industrial maintenance services or machined or engineered products.

Because of the importance of engineering services, it is therefore important that you hire a specialized professional company for this task. And we happen to offer just that. An expert company is able to meet and surpass your expectations in terms of the engineering services dispensed that you need. That is able to be achieved as only premium quality materials, technologies, components, and skills are employed in dispensing the services. Moreover, our services are offered in a timely manner. This, eventually, saves your energy, time and even cost.

Metal Spraying Engineering Services:

I. Specialized Welding

This is a common service that is usually required by businesses in the industrial sector. Welding is a process that basically involves the use of heat energy for the purpose of melting another metal. This leads to the creation of a joint between surfaces of metals that are different.

It is not beneficial for you to just choose a standard welding service. It is important that you choose the service providing the highest possible quality. That can only be done by a company that has many years of experience and the necessary equipment.

II. Metal Spray Coatings

If you want to increase the durability and life of metal surfaces, then metal spray coatings can do the job perfectly. For that reason, this is a common service required by most industrial businesses.

You should not choose conventional sprays as metal surfaces are often subjected to extreme conditions. Choosing us for this service ensures that you are guaranteed to receive a service that is highly specialized. We employ the use of different materials including copper stainless steel, and carbon apart from other metal types.

III.Tool Making and Machine Design

Usually, different industries require the use of specific tools for the purpose of handling different machinery types. Unlike other businesses, we understand this important point. If you are looking for custom tools of high quality then we are the right option as we use state-of-the-art machines and fabrication processes.

Moreover, for fabrication, we employ the use of materials of the highest quality as we understand that these tools are often subjected to working conditions that are rough and extreme. Additionally, if you are looking to replace different machine components, then our machine design services are solely what you need.

IV.Industrial Equipment Maintenance

It is a fact that often industrial equipment is subjected to rigorous and extreme working conditions. It is because of that that it is common for servicing and maintenance to be required and it is advised that is done regularly. If you do not service and maintain your equipment, it may not work at the optimum level or may even stop working at all.

Since machines are always sensitive, hiring a reputable engineer or technician becomes really essential. We offer proper servicing and maintenance for your machine to be highly efficient.

In conclusion, the best way to minimize against machines breaking down is by regularly servicing and maintaining them. And when a machine component stops working, it is important that it is replaced immediately by a quality one. This will save you a great deal of time and even expenses and that is the reason why you should choose us.

Standing out from the crowd

Its seems that every period house in Melbourne has undergone some sort of facelift in the renovation revolution of recent decades.

Buff up the floors, stir in some natural light and sprinkle on some stainless steel appliances and there you have it as a tarted up old house ready to earn its keep on the property market.

They may be beautiful but it’s easy to become nonchalant, until you stumble upon a renovation that is truly special. Just one in a long line of cute single-fronted houses, this unassuming facade gives no clue of the sexy, contemporary space it hides out back.

Architect Matt Gibson has dragged this Victorian sweetie into the modern world by combining his eye for millennium detail and his love of the Albert Park beachside lifestyle.

Sleek as can be, the living space at the back of this house features a stylish, open-plan kitchen, dining and lounge room that flows effortlessly through bi-fold glass doors to a courtyard garden oasis.

The heritage-listed houses that line Albert Park’s tight maze of streets have staved off development, ensuring the suburb remains a peaceful pocket except, of course, that one weekend in March when the grand prix comes to town.

Clever mix of old and new

THE Californian bungalow is a feature of Hamilton South and this house has strong elements of the 1930’s style plus many modern, updated features.

Recent additions offer open-plan living without disturbing the original dwelling. The house has a versatile layout of four or five bedrooms and three living areas. Indoor and outdoor living and entertainment areas have been added and are designed for privacy.

The air-conditioned house faces north and light fills the freshly-painted interior. Other features of the house include a renovated kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, and a large laundry with a third toilet and convenient hand basin.

All of the bedrooms are large. The main bedroom has a full-size bathroom with a CaesarStone vanity, a Kaldewei pressed-metal, full-sized oval bath and a walk-in wardrobe. There is gas cooking and gas heating.

In the front living area there is a split-system air-conditioner. The third bedroom has separate access. An attractive original fireplace is in one of the bedrooms. The roof has been retiled and the single, lock-up garage has internal access.

Historic charm, easy access

The western suburbs have long been Melbourne’s industrial heart and Yarraville’s history is typical of other suburbs within the City of Maribyrnong.

From the time of European settlement, in the mid-1800s, until the 1970s, the river was the area’s greatest asset. These days, however, the neighbourhood’s proximity to Melbourne is of far greater interest to home buyers eager for competitively priced housing with easy access to the city.

No. 14 in Somerville Road is within walking distance of Hanmer Reserve and Yarraville Village, yet the CBD’s silhouette looms in the distance.

The refurbished Victorian stretches out on a very long, north-facing, 350-square-metre block. A typical single-fronted layout means the front door opens to a hall with rooms leading off to the right – first the two double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and period fireplaces, then a cosy lounge.

At the end of the hall, the owners have created a modern kitchen and meals area with stainless steel appliances, timber bench tops and polished wood floors. A laundry-cum-bathroom has solved the problem of pokey period rooms the washing machine is tucked under a bench to one side, so the larger space can make way for a free-standing tub.

Life in the slow lane

HIDDEN away from busy life, this two-level townhouse is one of six in a five-year-old development.

The front door is set inside a private high-fenced courtyard. Inside, there’s a small entry hall, with stairs straight ahead and the combined kitchen, living and dining room opening to the right.

The back of the ground floor has a secondary bedroom overlooking the courtyard, a family bathroom, separate toilet and laundry. Upstairs, there’s a large main bedroom with en suite.

The kitchen has stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances.