The highest added value for coated
and refurbished equipment.
Manufacturing, engineering, and modification of consumable parts.
We offer a comprehensive service covering refurbishing, remanufacturing, modification, and coating for corrosion protection of many types of pumps.
We combine corrosion engineering, mechanical engineering, and our coating material with excellent corrosion and wear resistance to realize regeneration, long-term use, and functional recovery of damaged pumps.
Besides, we handle parts manufacturing, parts improvement, machining, thermal spraying, welding, and plating.
Our wide experience and expertise allow us to respond to specific customer requirements and provide equipment quickly and within budget; key elements in the service offered to our customers.
Chemical Industry. Seawater pump (60 years operating)- Welding repair in damaged flanges.
Job Scope: Welding repair + glass fiber coating
After welding repair (rib reinforcement)
Coating + fiberglass reinforcement
Casing molding+ corrosion resistance coating (Coroglass 600)
After coating (lower casing)
After Coating (upper casing)
Due to frequent failures of the pump shaft, the type of metal was changed and the diameter increased, putting an end to this problem.
Parts Manufacturing: pumping pipes, intermediate bearings, shafts, cutless bearings, etc
To complete the construction within the agreed period, we manufacture and modify the required parts in our facilities.
Additionally, we have a stock of special materials to manufacture parts of greater use (particularly in areas where deterioration is severe).
(Example: cutless bearing material, PEEK Material).
Corrocoat Japan can repair or fully re-engineer equipment and machinery.
It’s a cost-effective way of maintain and update your assets, and you’re guaranteed a professional service with an end-product that’s as good as new.
Our expertise in pump refurbishment and innovative coating material, combined with our capabilities to redesign and manufacture parts allow us to achieve or exceed customers’ expectations.