Tribological investigations had been carried out on the plasma coating (Al2O3+ ZrO2) below dry and moist abrasion stipulations according to ASTM G134. Commercial motor oil 20W40 was used as a lubricant. At a rotational speed of 200 rpm, all experiments were carried out with ordinary loads of 10, 15 and 20 Nm. Electron microscopy for scanning and AFM was used to study the layer sprayed with paint. The SEM and AFM evaluation outcomes confirmed that abrasive wear is normally decided by abrasive wear in dry abrasive conditions. The lubrication and moisture check confirmed a major reduction in wear from 10 to 15 N below regular loading, and a corrosion fee larger than 15 N was once discovered below regular loading. No impact of lubrication on wear used to discovered at high loading. No impact of lubrication on wear used to be discovered at high loads. It was also cited that the plasma coating manner improves wear resistance. The experimental statistics acquired in this study are tremendous engineering functions such as reducing equipment and internal combustion engines.