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MetaLine pump & surface coatings

MetaLine elastomeric coatings have up to 25% more erosion resistance than duplex steel (AISI 316)

Features include

  • up to 50 x more wear resistant than leading epoxy-ceramic brands
  • 550% more resistant than grey cast iron
  • 25% more wear resistant than duplex steel (AISI 316)
  • 1500% more responsive than 2 part polyuria
  • anti-slip, high wear and low coefficient options
  • spray-on and repairable


MetaLine lasts up to 10 x longer than traditional rubber linings, reducing downtime and conserving resources.

Coatings are available for wet and dry use, are chemically resistant and are have various application options including, brushes, rollers and spray.

  • onsite service available if required
  • touch dry within 15 minutes and fully cured after 24 hours
  • treated equipment and parts can be commissioned back into service within 24 hours



The MetaLine coatings can be applied to numerous types of machinery in:

  • general manufacturing
  • pumps/fluid-flow technology
  • power generation/wastewater
  • mining/quarrying
  • petrochemical/oil/gas
  • automation/robotics/e-power
  • pharma/food/hygiene
  • construction/concrete
  • pulp/paper/glass/recycling
  • automotive / aviation
  • marine/sub-sea technology
  • surface treatment


 Does MetaLine come in colours?

 Pre-tinted cartridges are available in various colours. Special customer colours can be matched starting from quantities of 100 units.

 How thick should I apply MetaLine?

 There is no limitation to the maximum coating thickness however it is strongly recommended not to apply thinner than 1 mm. Approx. 95% of all MetaLine coatings are applied within an average coating specification of 1 to 6 mm.

Is MetaLine UV stable?

The MetaLine series 700 has an overall weather resistance which will not deteriorate. However, its pigmentation is not UV-stabilized for purity reasons (FDA conformity). Discoloration (yellowing) will occur on lighter colours.


MetaLine protect, preserve and reconstruct extremely impacted machine components. MetaLine is a superior surface coating commonly used in mining, general industry, construction, recycling and food hygiene. When applied, it reduces repair and maintenance costs and significantly extends product lifetime. Functional between -30 °C (-22 °F) to +200 °C (390 °F).

Abrasion Resistant Pump Coatings

The MetaLine Series 700 compound is a solvent-free two-component elastomer. It can be used to coat almost any substrate including steel, brass, bronze, aluminium, concrete, rubber, wood and most plastics. It can even be reapplied over a previous coating.

Application can be carried out by spraying, injection, or casting. Because polymerisation begins after 1 minute, application of the product to vertical surfaces (application thickness up to 20 mm) does not result in sag. After curing 24 h at 20 °C, the coating is resistant to temperatures from -50 °C to +120 °C. Polymerisation (curing) occurs without producing any tension.

In addition to its chemical adhesion properties, the MetaLine Series 700 elastomer develops additional mechanical adhesive properties (memory effect), pulling the coating against the substrate to increase the effective adhesion of the product.

Available in three hardness grades from Shore 60 A to Shore 95 A, the MetaLine Series 700 has even been assessed by the FDA as “food-safe”. The product has an erosion and cavitation resistance similar to high alloy steels and armours. At a density of only 1.05 g/mL, it is the most lightweight duroplastic wear protection available. Also increases efficiency due to its non-stick properties by reducing friction.

Also available in:

  • MetaLine 760 soft (rubber)
  • MetaLine 785 semi soft (wear protective coatings)
  • MetaLine 795 semi hard (non-stick linings)

MetaLine 100 XTM Chemical Protection is a rest-elastic coating system designed for customer specific self-coating by brush, roller or spraying. Best suited to metal or cement based surfaces against aggressive chemical liquid substances such as acids, dyes or solvents. Best results via several layers.

Other features include

  • corrosion resistant and durable
  • chemically resistant
  • temperature resistant up to 130 °C

MetaLine Series XL features advanced ceramic coating compounds for self-applicable, cold-curing metal substitutes, ideal for reconstructing damaged components. Solvent-free and non toxic, these ceramic coatings are applied at room temperature and offer complete corrosion resistance, with heat resistance up to 200 °C.

Available in the following:

 MetaLine SXL (trowelable) 
  • Ideal for reconstructing worn metallic components, chemical resistant seals or heavy duty jointing
  • corrosion resistant 
MetaLine KXL (brushable)
  • A protective ceramic coating for metallic components, heavy duty jointing or chemical resistant linings
  • corrosion resistant 
MetaLine CXL (trowelable)
  • Providing autogenous ceramic wear protection, for an extended machinery surface life

Trowelable elastomeric repair compound that offers a similar performance to Series 700, but has a putty consistency.

  • cartridge based processing
  • convenient air-free mixing
  • stands up to 25 mm with no vertical sagging
  • free of shrinking and swelling
Available for use in the following:
  • mining
  • sand/gravel extraction
  • tunnel construction
  • concrete production
  • screening machines
  • conveyor belts
  • floatation tanks
  • construction tires
  • slurry pipes
  • pipe bends
  • pipelines
  • pump casings
  • pump impellers
  • fans
  • tanks
  • mixers
  • cyclones


Guide to Selecting the Best Pump

If you need some guidance on how to select the right pump then you’re not alone! There’s such a wide range of pumps in Australia, from centrifugal pumps to hose pumps to diaphragm pumps. The options available to you can make it a difficult choice, so we’ve created this special guide to help step you through the process of selecting the ideal pump for your requirements.

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