Our Partners

Joint Venture – Surcotec

Surcotec is an ISO 9001 certified metal coatings and mechanical component refurbisher.  The company has been operating under the present management for the past 15 years and is the longest established thermal spray coating company in the Western Cape.

A joint venture (signed in April 2015)  gives Thermaspray a 50% shareholding in Surcotec, and perfectly positions both companies to deliver an unrivalled, world-class range of coating and engineering technologies and service solutions that reduce costs and increase production by extending equipment life cycles.                    

Mutual Benefits

  • Surcotec’s established infrastructure broadens Thermaspray’s access to the Western and Eastern Cape regions.
  • Surcotec draws benefits from Thermaspray’s well-established systems and procedures. The company also has the advantage of being able to use important production equipment sent from Thermaspray, including grinding machines and a 6-axis robot-controlled plasma spray system.

Technology & Industry Partner – Oerlikon Metco
(Formerly Sulzer Metco)

Oerlikon Metco is a leading surface solutions provider with a global presence. Customers benefit from a uniquely broad range of surface technologies, coating solutions, equipment, materials, services, and specialized machining services and components.

Oerlikon offers reliable and sustainable solutions for performance critical applications, and are one of the leading providers in their key markets: oil and gas, power, water, and transportation. Clients are served worldwide through a network of over 170 locations.

Thermaspray has partnered with Sulzer/Oerlikon for nearly twenty years.

Mutual Benefits

  • In this reciprocal arrangement, Thermaspray provides coating solutions for a wide range of industrial products and, as our key technology partner, Oerlikon Metco supplies Thermaspray with equipment and consumables.

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