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Laser Cladding of Engine Spares

Laser Cladding
Laser Cladding
Engine Components Repaired Using Laser Cladding Technology

Through our revolutionary laser cladding reconditioning processes, we repair and extend your engine components for the following:

  • 4 Stroke Pistons with bore size (≤ 330mm)
  • Smaller 2 Stroke Pistons (Mitsubishi UEC 33 & 35)
  • Turbo-Charger Shafts (IHI RH 133, 143, 163, 183)
  • Valve Cage with bore size (≥220mm)
  • Exhaust Valve Spindles (2 Stroke Pistons)
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Rebuilding Your Spare-Parts to:
  • Original size and quality
  • Optimized properties for mechanical and chemical resistance
Benefits of Our Laser Cladding Service
  • Reconditioning worn areas and new contours to original sizes.
  • Reduced down times for ship owners and charters requiring repairs.
  • Lower costs for reconditioning components.
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Germanischer Llyod Approved
Germanischer Lloyd

Our reconditioning processes are Germanischer Lloyd approved.

Customer Portfolio

  • Aegean
  • Anglo-Eastern
  • Belships
  • Nathalin Group
  • Wallem Group
  • NorStar
  • Leelloyd
  • Columbia Shipmanagement LTD.
  • Conti
  • Dasin Holdings
  • East Marine
  • Berge Bulk
  • BW-Group
  • Flowserve
  • FML World
  • Global Marine Transportation
  • OSM
  • Goltens
  • Maersk
  • NYK Ship Management
  • Chris-Marine
  • MCC Transport
  • Golden Stena Weco
  • Gestion Maritime
  • Kassian Maritime
  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines
  • MSI Ship Management
  • MTM
  • Ocean Tankers
  • Raffles Ship Management
  • STAR Reefers
  • SCF Unicom
  • Samudera Shipping Line LTD
  • SeaChange
  • Thome Group
  • Thoresen Thai Agencies
  • Gold Engineering GMBH
  • Pacific Carriers Limited
  • Norddeutsche Reederei H. Schuldt GmbH & Co. KG
  • World Tankers Management Pte Ltd
  • Executive Ship Management Pte Ltd
  • Eagle Ship Management LLC

Case Study

Case Study


  • Question) What is laser power cladding?
    • Laser powder cladding is a metal fusion process that is used to repair high value parts that are conventionally not repairable.
  • Question) How is laser powder cladding carried out?
    • Laser powder cladding is done by a 100% automated process using laser and stellite powder which upon contact will form a melt pool that will fuse with the old spare-part
  • Question) What are the technical details of laser powder cladding?
    • The technical details are as follows:
      • Material bonded by fusion
      • Minimal thermal distortion: Low heat affected zone of 200 µm
      • Crack and pore free
  • Question) What is the usual process like?
    • The usual process is as follows:
      • Inspection of spare-parts
      • Before Inspection Report provided
      • Laser Powder Cladding
      • Inspection of spare parts
      • After Inspection Report provided
  • Question) What are the benefits of laser powder cladding?
    • The benefits are as follows:
      • Enhances durability of spare-parts: Creation of wear resistant surface
      • Cost Savings: Conventionally non-repairable spares can be repaired and reused.
      • Shorter Downtimes: Urgent spare-parts required can be repaired and reused as short as within 1 day.
  • Question) Is laser powder cladding certified by Classification Societies?
    • The technology is approved by Germanischer Lloyd and we are in the process of being approved by Class NK.
  • Question) Which spare-parts can laser powder cladding be applied to?
    • The spare-parts are as follows:
      • Pistons with bore size (≤ 350mm)
      • Turbo-Charger Shafts
      • Camshaft
      • Valve Cages
      • Exhaust Valve Spindles
  • Question) Is laser cladding powder cladding limited to any Makers Brand?
    • No. It can be applied to all types of Makers brand.
  • Question) What is the difference between laser powder cladding & other technologies?
    • The difference is as below:
      • Laser Powder Cladding vs Welding

        For welding, material is not bonded by fusion and there is higher heat distortion when applied to thin-walled components (4mm-5mm).

      • Laser Powder Cladding vs Thermal Spray

        For thermal spray, material is not bonded by fusion and the heat affected zone is high when applied to thin-walled components (4mm-5mm).

      • Laser Powder Cladding vs Chrome Plating

        Chrome plating is a primitive technology and it has no fusion. Thus, in lay man terms, it’s like a coating and is harder than original but there is a need to use non chrome rings.

        Over time, the ring grooves will easily peel due to wear and tear and they have shorter running hours compared to laser cladded piston rings.

        In addition, as the piston rings used are softer and non-chrome, wear will start at rings which will cause blow pass easily