Fusion Inc.

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65,000 SQ FT FACILITY ON 5 ACRES

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EXPERTS IN MACHINING, COATING,
GRINDING, & FINISHING OF ROTATING AND
RECIPROCATING COMPONENTS

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100+ YEARS OF OUR ENGINEERS,
SALES, & TECHNICIANS

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LIFTING CAPACITY UP TO 40 TONS
OR 80,000 POUNDS

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65,000 SQ FT FACILITY ON 5 ACRES

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EXPERTS IN MACHINING, COATING, GRINDING, & FINISHING OF ROTATING AND RECIPROCATING COMPONENTS

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100+ YEARS OF OUR ENGINEERS, SALES, & TECHNICIANS

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LIFTING CAPACITY UP TO 40 TONS OR 80,000 POUNDS

Who We Are

Fusion, Inc. founded in 1959 and located in Houston TX, is a job shop specializing in the machining, coating, grinding, and finishing of rotating and reciprocating components.

We have a full range of O.D. – (up to 96″ swing x 37′), and Vertical grinding capacity (80″ swing x 70” under rail and 48” stroke) with a crane capacity of 80,000 pounds to handle any machining, coating or metal finishing job you have for us.

With our combined experience of 100+ years of engineering, sales and technical ability we will provide you with the highest quality to cover your project needs. We have helped many companies through the entire process of machining, grinding, finishing and coating their parts and components and can help you too.

READ ABOUT US IN GAS COMPRESSION MAGAZINE!

Who We Are

Fusion, Inc. founded in 1959 and located in Houston TX, is a job shop specializing in the machining, coating, grinding, and finishing of rotating and reciprocating components.

We have a full range of O.D. – (up to 96″ swing x 37′), and Vertical grinding capacity (80″ swing x 70” under rail and 48” stroke) with a crane capacity of 80,000 pounds to handle any machining, coating or metal finishing job you have for us.

With our combined experience of 100+ years of engineering, sales and technical ability we will provide you with the highest quality to cover your project needs. We have helped many companies through the entire process of machining, grinding, finishing and coating their parts and components and can help you too.

READ ABOUT US IN GAS COMPRESSION MAGAZINE!

Capabilities
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Machine & Grinding

Fusion can restore your components to original condition after coating. We can also manufacture replacement and new components per sample or print. This includes all the machining and finish grinding.

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HVOF COATINGS

The HVOF (High Velocity Oxy-Fuel) process produces low porosity, dense coatings that exhibit high bond strengths, some exceeding 12,000 PSI. It also produces low oxides and extremely fine as-sprayed finishes. The coatings have low residual internal stress and can be sprayed to a thickness not normally associated with dense, thermal sprayed coatings.

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TWIN ARC COATINGS

The Twin Arc wire process uses two metallic wires. The two wires are electrically charged with opposing polarity and are fed into the arc gun at matched, controlled speeds. When the wires are brought together at the contact point, the opposing charges on the wires create enough heat to continuously melt the tips of the wires

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COMBUSTION WIRE COATINGS

The combustion wire process draws a metal alloy wire through the combustion spray gun. At the gun nozzle, fuel gas of acetylene is mixed with oxygen in precise proportions and ignited to create a flame. The metal wire is fed through the flame, melted and atomized by the compressed air, and the molten droplets are propelled towards the substrate to form the coating.

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CAPABILITIES---BACKGROUND

PLASMA COATINGS

The Plasma Spray process is a high frequency arc that is ignited between an anode (nozzle) and cathode (electrode). The process gases flowing between them are ionized to become a plume of hot plasma gas (12,000°F to 30,000°F).  When the coating material is passed through the gas plume, it is melted and propelled towards the substrate forming the coating.

CAPABILITIES---BACKGROUND
CAPABILITIES---BACKGROUND
Capabilities
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Machine & Grinding

Fusion can restore your components to original condition after coating. We can also manufacture replacement and new components per sample or print. This includes all the machining and finish grinding.

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HVOF COATINGS

The HVOF (High Velocity Oxy-Fuel) process produces low porosity, dense coatings that exhibit high bond strengths, some exceeding 12,000 PSI. It also produces low oxides and extremely fine as-sprayed finishes. The coatings have low residual internal stress and can be sprayed to a thickness not normally associated with dense, thermal sprayed coatings.

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TWIN ARC COATINGS

The Twin Arc wire process uses two metallic wires. The two wires are electrically charged with opposing polarity and are fed into the arc gun at matched, controlled speeds. When the wires are brought together at the contact point, the opposing charges on the wires create enough heat to continuously melt the tips of the wires

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COMBUSTION-WIRE-COATING-revised

COMBUSTION WIRE COATINGS

The combustion wire process draws a metal alloy wire through the combustion spray gun. At the gun nozzle, fuel gas of acetylene is mixed with oxygen in precise proportions and ignited to create a flame. The metal wire is fed through the flame, melted and atomized by the compressed air, and the molten droplets are propelled towards the substrate to form the coating.

COMBUSTION-WIRE-COATING-revised
What are the benefits of spray coating?
COMBUSTION-WIRE-COATING-revised
CAPABILITIES---BACKGROUND

PLASMA COATINGS

The Plasma Spray process is a high frequency arc that is ignited between an anode (nozzle) and cathode (electrode). The process gases flowing between them are ionized to become a plume of hot plasma gas (12,000°F to 30,000°F).  When the coating material is passed through the gas plume, it is melted and propelled towards the substrate forming the coating.

CAPABILITIES---BACKGROUND
CAPABILITIES---BACKGROUND

Business Partners & Affiliations

Contact Us
FUSION, INC.
6911 FULTON STREET
HOUSTON, TX 77022
PHONE: (713) 691-6547
FAX: (713) 699-1003

Thomas Niederberger

VP of Sales & Customer Service
Cell: 713-263-4888
Oil & Gas, Wind & General inquiries:

tniederberger@fusionhouston.com

Jeff Fenner

Sr. Sales & Marketing Director
Cell: 713-502-3197
Downhole Components & General inquiries:

jfenner@fusionhouston.com

Contact Us
FUSION, INC.
6911 FULTON STREET
HOUSTON, TX 77022
PHONE: (713) 691-6547
FAX: (713) 699-1003

Thomas Niederberger

VP of Sales & Customer Service
Cell: 713-263-4888
Oil & Gas, Wind & General inquiries:

tniederberger@fusionhouston.com

Jeff Fenner

Sr. Sales & Marketing Director
Cell: 713-502-3197
Downhole Components & General inquiries:

jfenner@fusionhouston.com