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Autogenous powder spraying

Typical Spray Coats

  • Self-flowing alloys (fusing)
  • Ni/Fe/Mo base materials
  • Ceramics/cermets
  • Wear-resistant layers (Ni-graphite)
  • Plastics (e.g. Rilsan, polyamide)
  • Material form: powder
  • Combustion of acetylene with oxygen
  • Flame temperature: 2,000-3,000 °C
  • Particle speed: 50-100 m/s

After-treatment by fusing (“fusing”)

  • Heat part to 1,000°C to 1,200°C
  • Provides a homogeneous coating structure (“no” porosity)
  • Adhesion principle is based on diffusion
  • Suitable for all types of heavy loads (impact resistant)

Plasma spraying

Applications: wear resistance, corrosion resistance, thermal insulation, electrical insulation.


Typical spray coatings: Ni-/Co alloys / stainless, carbides / cermets

Electrical wire spraying

Ni-/Fe base alloys/stainless steel, molybdenum/aluminium, copper and copper alloys, zinc, tin, etc

Autogenous wire spraying

Ni/Fe base alloys, molybdenum/aluminium, copper and copper alloys, zinc, tin, etc.

Autogenous powder spraying

Self-flowing alloys, Ni/Fe/Mo base materials, ceramics/cermets and ctr

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