MSSA Interweld

Metal Spray Supplies and MSSA Interweld are Australian based manufacturers and suppliers of equipment and consumables to the Thermalspray / Metalspray and specialised Welding industries worldwide.

News

Supplier news
16/11/04 - MSSA Interweld has released a range of diffusion bonding weld spray powders. The powders are atomised to ensure nonporous, homogenous weld deposits. The powders are triple-screened to eliminate fines and reduce overspray.
Supplier news
06/07/04 - METALLISATION, represented in Australia by MSSA, has released two Arcspray 140 arc systems.
Supplier news
04/06/04 - METALLISATION, represented by Metal Spray Supplies, has announced two new Arcspray 140 models, to complement the company's existing range. Two new systems are available -- the 140GP, aimed primarily at the anticorrosive market, and the 140E, aimed at

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MSSA Interweld (Head office) Update these details
37 Veronica St
Capalaba
QLD 4157
Tel: 07 3823 1004
Fax: 07 3823 1005

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