BodyClad® athmospare soldering/brazing

Additive surface brazing in an air atmosphere for wear and corrosion protection, remanufacturing and repair of worn or out-of-size surfaces


Insight into the atmospheric brazing process

Application possibilities

Additive coating applications are usually carried out in vacuum or inert gas. Vacuum, inert gas and continuous furnaces as well as inductive processes are used. The disadvantage here is the size restriction of the components and the accessibility of the surfaces to be coated. Furthermore, the components are heated completely to soldering temperature and mobile coating of components on site is not possible.

Wear and corrosion cause billions of euros worth of damage in Germany every year. Protecting component surfaces accordingly saves considerable costs and makes production processes much more efficient. Reconditioning helps to ensure the short-term availability of high-quality components, the replacement of which can be expensive and very lengthy. Coatings can be individually adapted to the respective application.

To complement application brazing in vacuum or inert gas, Euromat has developed a technical process variant with which surface coatings can be brazed directly to the component in an air atmosphere.


  • Carrying out in an air atmosphere
  • The component does not need to be completely heated to soldering temperature
  • Reliable and reproducible coating process
  • Coatings can be applied directly to the component or on site
  • Various coating materials based on Fe, Ni, Cu, Co or Zn are available
  • Coating systems can be individually adapted to the respective application
  • Extreme wear resistance due to carbide additives up to 80%.
  • Surface coating can be reworked
  • High coating adhesion due to diffusion. Unlike laser or buildup welding, no mixing with the base material
  • Coating thickness ranges from 0.05 to 10 mm.
  • Local coatings, e.g. in corners, in grooves or on edges can be applied
  • First layer for buildup welding for stress reduction


  • Repair and reconditioning
  • Reconditioning of worn surfaces
  • New part coatings
  • Cast materials and steels
  • Extruder and conveyor technology coatable
  • Woodworking, plastics processing, injection molding technology
  • Steel production, granulators, tooling technology
  • Agricultural engineering, turbine construction
  • Maritime and propulsion technology
  • and much more

Coating offer

Coating typeNi17, Ni 21, Ni26, Ni33, Ni36, Ni40Ni50, Ni63Ni63TC, Ni64TC
Hardness [HRC]13-17, 18-21, 22-26 28-33, 32-36, 35-4045-50, 56-6358-63, 59-64
DescriptionMolds, tools, seating/sealing surfaces cast iron, steel and Al bronzeHigh wear and corrosion protection Cast iron, steel, coatings with CrC formationHigh temperature resistant boride coatings with carbide additives in the layer