Masking Tapes (9 companies found)

  • Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics

    CHR® HV60: Applications: Designed for the extreme conditions of High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) thermal spray systems Features/Benefits: -High Temperature Resistance (315°C for short term exposure) -Abrasion Resistance -Thermal Insulator -Flexible & Conformable -Leaves no residue when removed
  • Green Belting Industries Limited

    Green Belting Industries is a member of PTFE Group of Companies. Regardless of the size, shape, or complexity of the masking job, PTFE Group Engineered Masking Solutions has you covered. We offer a full range of thermal spray masking materials designed to protect components in the most...
  • Genie Products, Inc.

    Manufacture of thermal spray torches, consumable parts, hoses and cables. Distributor of powders and tapes. We offer complete turnkey spray systems and technical assitance in the development of spray parameters.
  • Oerlikon Metco (US) Inc.

    Rating: 5 - 1 review
    Oerlikon Metco offers a broad range of products and services for a large variety of applications. Coating equipment, coating materials, coating services, automotive and turbine components, and cylinder bore coatings. Sulzer Metco is now Oerlikon Metco.
  • DeWAL Industries

    DeWAL Industries manufactures high performance pressure sensitive films and tapes in PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) and UHMW-PE (Ultra-High Molecular Weight polyethylene). These substrates, as well as FEP, polyamide, glass fabric, silicone rubber, aluminum foil and polyester, are backed with...
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  • Bron Aerotech

    Bron Aerotech is one of the world's largest suppliers of thermal, plasma, HVOF/HVAF, & Cold Spray masking tapes and solutions.
  • Andrew Roberts Inc

    Polymide Films: Polyimide Films provide excellent electrical, thermal, physical, and chemical properties over a wide temperature range in a lightweight package (136 sq ft/lb [28 m/kg] for 1 mil) making them superior for electrical insulation applications. Taimide® polyimide films are produced employing a...
  • PLASMATEC Inc.