Thermal spraying, (sometimes referred to as metal spraying), is a technology that is used to extend the life of numerous products by protecting them against volatile environments. There are a number of thermal spray powders on the market, as well as various processes of application. Let’s take a look at a number of different thermal spray powders.
Applications of Termal Spraying Material
Reclamation and re-engineering of a wide range of rotating and moving parts from machines of all kinds, including: Road and rail vehicles, ships, aircraft, pumps, valves, printing presses, electric motors, paper making machines, chemical plant, food machinery, mining and quarrying machinery, earthmovers, machine tools, power generation and aerospace turbine repair, landing gear (chrome replacement) and virtually any equipment which is subject to wear, erosion or corrosion. This is done using either arc spray, flame spray or HVOF systems to spray steels, nickel alloys, carbides, stainless alloys, bronzes, copper and many other materials.
New components which benefit from the enhanced surface properties that thermal spraying provides, include: Gate and ball valves, rock drilling bits, and down hole tools for the oil and gas and petrochemicals industry, hydraulic piston rods, print rollers, fluid seals, aerospace combustion chambers, turbine blades.
Thermal sprayed coatings are used on a vast range of components which operate in adverse environments where, erosion, wear, corrosion or heat, conspire to reduce component life. Component life is significantly prolonged by using arc, flame, plasma, or HVOF systems to apply metals, ceramics and carbides.
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1) Store in a dry environment at room temperature.
2) Avoid damp and high temperature.
3) Use immediately after opening the inner packing bag.