Redesigned interference fit and optimized dimensions to address industry needs, KennaFlow carbide seats provide significantly higher abrasion resistance. Manufactured in the U.S.A.
Increases component wear life, operating times between change outs, efficiency and longevity.
Cladding can be applied to complex geometries, inside diameters smaller than 1", and to other areas unreachable by standard methods.
Maximize piping and elbow life by selecting the material best suited to deal with the fluid or media being conveyed. Available coating options are specifically designed to solve most wear problems — from corrosion to severe abrasion.
Certain Stellite™/substrate combinations allow for crack-free coatings, prohibiting corrosive fluids from reaching the substrate, substantially increasing conveyance system life. Smooth “as applied” surface minimizes efficiency losses inherent with other types of protection.
Conforma Clad coatings are pure, uniform, and dense, with consistent properties through the entire coating thickness to ensure ongoing reliable performance and predictable wear. The metallurgical bond ensures Conforma Clad coatings will not flake or chip off, even under extreme conditions. No unexpected performance changes in operation due to loss of protection.
Superior wear-resistant solutions available in many formulations to deliver performance for any application. Solid carbide products can be designed simple or highly complex, and manufactured in a variety of methods, including Additive Layer Manufacturing. KennaFlow solid carbide seats are the longest lasting seats in the industry.
Tungsten carbide and Stellite™ grades offer cladding protection for a wide range of wear environments and substrates. Cladding can be applied to complex geometries with a metallurgical bond. Excellent abrasion, erosion, and corrosion resistance. Conforma Clad™ technology has been successfully used in many critical applications, such as flow control, radial bearings for downhole drilling, and return bends in delayed coking furnaces.
As the original Stellite producer, our materials have been used in many areas of oil and gas recovery and processing. A full range of Stellite grades are available in powder, wire, rod, casting, powder metal, and wrought forms. Stellite is used in critical applications that are exposed to multiple modes of wear, such as severe service valves, nozzles, and MWD/LWD components.