Trimay® has been operating in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada since 1984. Trimay® first began distributing chrome and tungsten overlain wear plates in the 1950s, however, in 1993, Trimay® began manufacturing in Edmonton, and later, in 1997, a group of Canadian investors centralized Trimay’s operations in Edmonton. The operating name Trimay and the proprietary alloy formulas and application processes were included in the transaction.
Since 1997, Trimay® Wear Plate Ltd. has been its processes and alloy applications. What Trimay® has done encompasses optimizing welding parameters and procedures, implementing strict quality control procedures and sending experimental products for impact and wear testing. Simply put, in 1997, Trimay® began to evaluate, adjust, test and re-evaluate all the variables that affect the quality of our wear plates so as to maxify the service life of the wear products we offer.
Trimay aims to research, develop and manufacture the highest quality wear overlays for customers seeking to maximize efficiency by extending the life of equipment, parts and pipelines exposed to severe wear conditions. Trimay® achieves its high-quality standard through research and development, partner companies and exclusive suppliers, as well as through in-house experimentation and process optimization.
Trimay® Wear Plate Solutions are commonly used in areas such as:
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