New Bulletin Describes Improved Diesel Cylinder Liner Plating Process

Bulletin 580 introduces Teledyne Metal F i n i s h e r s ' unique Teleplate™ hard chrome plating process for new and used diesel engine liners. The brochure explains how this carefully controlled process promotes energy savings, faster break-ins, less engine downtime, and longer service life for both new and reclaimed cylinder liners.

Tracing a used liner through the Teleplate process, the bulletin shows how it is thoroughly tested, machined (if necessary), two-step honed, inspected, hard c h r o m e p l a t e d , diamond honed, plateau honed, finish machined, final inspected and vacuum blasted for shipment.

Advantages of the process are said to generate significant sav- ings in lube oil consumption and diesel engine maintenance for the railroad and maritime industries.

For a free copy of Bulletin 580, write David A. Baldini, Teledyne Metal Finishers, Dept. MR, 1725 East 27th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44114.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 10,  Aug 1980 U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

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