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Trimay® Pipe Products is a division of Trimay® that alloy clads the inside diameters of steel pipe using an FCAW process. It was established in....
Trimay® Wear Plate Ltd. manufactures overlay/inlay onto steel plate for corrosive, erosive and abrasive environments. Our company began in...
Trimay® produces wear-resistant metallic cladding on steel plate and pipe.
Our company focus is on the selection and finished quality of our overlays and inlays,
providing innovative solutions to our customers, and continual research toward better,
longer-lasting alloy-clad products to prevent abrasion, erosion and corrosion in dry, wet
and hot environments. Simply put, our wear products are considered top-performing,
providing solutions to problems where even carburized (quench and tempered) steels fail quickly;
and quality, innovation and research are the guiding principles.
Quality is ensured through a number of industry standard procedures designed to test bondability, wear and impact resistance
of the overlays. Some tests such as the Charpy V-Notch, or any methods used for tensile strength testing, are quite sophisticated
and must be performed on a metal sample from the same piece of steel, before and after the overlaying process. All testing is
accomplished via certified third party except the reverse bend test which involves a visual bondment inspection of overlay that
has been 'reverse bent' to stretch the cladded face. See the below list for the most common tests used.
Some questions to ask yourself before deciding which overlay type is appropriate for the intended service environment, are:
Trimay® provides customers with an extensive selection of the longest-lasting wear alloys developed to date. Our abrasion-resistant product line extends from traditional chromium carbide and tungsten-based overlays, to complex mixtures for specific hot, corrosive or impact applications. Furthermore, in 2010, a new boron-based cladding alloy (T171) was Developed by Trimay® Wearplate Ltd. using Nano Technology .To put it in perspective, our overlays/inlays are considered top-performing, and provide solutions to all wear problems between carburised (quench and tempered) steels and fire brick.
Trimay® manufactures four primary types of overlays: Chromium Carbide, Complex Carbide, Tungsten Carbide, and Borocarbide-based choices.
Some wear better than others and all wear longer than any steel (austenitic, hardened or any other kind). The length that any overlay
will last is dependent on the wear environment. The environment varies for each application, thus we strongly suggest viewing our
"Choosing Overlays" page before determining what type of overlay you require. Click the overlay below that you wish to learn more about:
Field reports have proven Trimay's material to excel in a number of environments. In the past customers have provided feedback mainly verbally, however, we are now seeking more documented application feedback as well as written success stories from raving customers. If you would like to share your successful application on our website, or view testimonials or plate/pipe case studies, click below.
Ensuring quality, lowering costs and promoting stakeholder comradery are the pivoting points of Trimay's researching efforts. The methods involve metallurgic engineering of overlay/inlay chemistries, practical laboratory testing, and field monitoring. We like to build strong relationships which allow for field and laboratory comparison, win-win relationships that fuel our customer-centric philosophy on product development.
Trimay® produces wear-resistant metallic claddings on steel plate and pipe. Our company focus is on the selection and finished quality of our overlays and inlays, providing innovative solutions to our customers, and continual research toward better, longer-lasting alloy-clad products to prevent abrasion, erosion and corrosion in dry, wet and hot environments. Simply put, our wear products are considered top-performing, providing solutions to problems where even carburised (quench and tempered) steels fail quickly; and quality, innovation and research are the guiding principles. To learn more about our company history, click here .