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TST Coatings, INC

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515 Progress Way
Sun Prairie, WI 53590-9125
About TST Coatings, INC
  • We at TST Coatings offer metallurgical & surface engineering for component efficiency. From wear resistance improvement to galling solutions we can give you the competitive advantage to stay on the cutting edge of product life & efficiency. Our complete turn key manufacturing can streamline your supply chain. Whether you're company is in energy, agriculture, or another industrial field we can help find a solution for you!

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Products by TST Coatings, INC
  • Corrosion Coatings

    There are several corrosion resistant coatings that can be engineered to provide a corrosion resistant barrier for many substrate materials in many corrosive environments. Nickel-chromium and cobalt-chromium alloys produce very good corrosion resistant coatings. These materials can be deposited... Read more
  • Thermal Barrier Coatings

    The use of thermal barrier coatings enables the use of metallics, alloys and composite materials at higher temperatures, by reducing the temperature to which the parts are exposed. Read more