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Titomic launches newly acquired tech at IndoPac 2022

After purchasing Dutch coatings and repairs company Dycomet in December, manufacturing business Titomic launched their newly acquired technology during Indo Pacific 2022.

After purchasing Dutch coatings and repairs company Dycomet in December, manufacturing business Titomic launched their newly acquired technology during Indo Pacific 2022.

According to the company, the recent acquisition has enabled Titomic to launch a new array of coatings and repairs products into the Asia-Pacific market.

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Among them is the D523 handheld system, helping users apply stronger metal coatings for a range of products and materials including metal, glass, ceramic and plastic in a shorter time.

Elias Baini, Titomic’s Asia-Pacific business development manager, explained how the device can be used to help repair a range of defence equipment.

“The system can repair metal surface defects like cracks or holes as well as damaged surfaces on engines, bearings and gearboxes,” Baini said.

“The ability to quickly restore end-of-life engine components can potentially save asset owners many tens of thousands of dollars, and weeks of downtime over the life of an asset.

“Repairing and restoring not only makes commercial sense by reducing costs, but also has a positive impact on sustainability.”

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Titomic hopes to expand upon Dycomet’s existing customers in the region and develop a larger reseller network.

“Its a great feeling for us, as we just cant make these machines fast enough,” he said.

“With the high-pressure machines, they are typically used by aerospace and defence manufacturing companies, the low to medium pressure machines are much more accessible in price – were talking about a system that’s under US$100,000. From the repairs and coatings point of view, it allows you to deposit thicker coatings faster and stronger than other forms of thermal spray technologies.

“Since the acquisition of Dycomet, Titomic is now pushing more heavily into the coatings and repairs space using its new hand portable systems.”

[Related: Boeing, Titomic sign agreement for ‘green’ titanium as part of JP9102 bid]

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