Telar Corp.

Telar Corp. 12995 Hawke Rd. Columbia Station, OH

Full Encapsulation of Feedscrews

Full Encapsulation provides the ultimate in abrasion and corrosion resistance for single and twin feedscrews. This option covers the tops of flights, flight sides and the root/core of the entire feedscrew.

The low heat input during our coating process (350F, 175C) ensures no distortion and our coatings are routinely applied over standard hard facing alloys. Standard coating thicknesses are .005” (.125 mm) for screws of diameter 36 mm and below and .010” (.25 mm) for larger feedscrews. Diamond polishing after coating provides a super 6-10 RMS mirror surface finish. This surface finish aids in purging and reduces the tendency for material to build up.

Full encapsulation is recommended when processing fiberglass, calcium carbonate, titanium dioxide, metals, ceramic or other abrasive fillers.

The porosity of our finished coating layer is less than 1 percent and provides a very corrosion resistant surface. For hard to process materials such as fluoropolymers and CPVC, carbide coating provides a less expensive alternative to high nickel alloy steels.


Carbide coating - full encapsulation

After 6 months

After 12 months

50mm screw processing PVC
105mm screw processing 40% GF nylon

Telar Corp.