Advanced surface engineering technology for increasing the life of industrial components will be the focus of LaserBond’s display on Stand 4817 during Reed Exhibitions ’ National Manufacturing Week at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 27 to 30.
LaserBond, which was publicly listed on the Australian Stock Exchange last year, specialises in extending machinery life, thereby dramatically reducing maintenance and downtime costs for its customers.
On its stand, the company will exhibit a range of components that have been:
- Reclaimed after being in use, or
- Improved so that when they do go into use, they will last longer, perform better and increase the uptime of the system or equipment to which they are crucial
Displayed components will range from simple worn shafts to complex pump arrangements, high value rolls, valves, blades, hydraulic actuators and sleeves.
“If it’s made of metal and sees wear and tear in service, we can reclaim, repair or improve it,” Michael Breitsameter said.
NSW-based LaserBond has a history of adopting emerging technologies – such as High Pressure – High Velocity Oxy Fuel (HP-HVOF) and laser cladding – from around the globe.
Its public listing and raising of capital are part of a long-term growth plan to extend the company’s capabilities, capacity and reach.