MBI is a service company with emphasis on surface engineering. Our coatings enhance parts function and extend the life of components. MBI coatings are specified by engineers to enhance surface properties for severe wear, corrosion, non-stick, traction-release, thermal barriers, etc. We utilize advanced processes (HVOF, Plasma spray, Thermo-polymers) and sophisticated materials (Ceramics, Carbides, Nano-alloys). We also repair, restore and build-up surfaces to better-than-new condition out-performing original OEM parts and alternate repair methods.
Our facilities are located 25 miles south of Charlotte NC, in Lancaster, SC. We have expanded in order to serve various industries, and take advantage of owning our own property which consists of 7 acres, and over 25,000 square feet of production space.
Exline repairs and services machinery for the gas compression, power generation, industrial manufacturing, and plastics and rubber compounding industries. Exline has provided support to government and military facilities, performing on-site repairs around the world. We have applied our efforts... Read More
At Praxair Surface Technologies, we believe the right solution improves product life, reduces cost, amplifies performance and mitigates risks. That’s why, when you partner with us you get more than just protective coatings, you get complete access to our industry knowledge, technical experience...
We improve service life and performance of feedscrews, mixing rotors and tip assemblies through application focused engineered thermal sprayed surfaces. We engineer surface coatings to withstand higher levels of abrasion, adhesion and corrosion to maximize production and enhance your bottom...
MBI’s TUFFLON coatings are ideal for applications requiring durable release coatings with ultra low coefficient of friction. Consisting of release polymer materials that are embedded into Thermal, Arc, Plasma or HVOF spray matrix for extra toughness that normally is not associated with regular... Read more
In short, MBI's TRACLON™ family of coatings consist of a combination of a hard matrix materials such as Tungsten carbide (74 Rc hardness) and specialty polymers to provide astounding tough non-stick properties. Typically, they are applied by PLASMA or specific HI-VELOCITY THERMAL SPRAY... Read more
At MBI we utilize the most advances metal spray systems of all types to apply engineered coatings for design or repair of various components. Our processes include HVOF, Plasma, Twin wire arc spray, powder flame spraying, wire metallizing, spray & fuse and more! Thermal spraying is a... Read more