Thermal spraying techniques are coating processes in which molten (or heated to semi- molten) materials are sprayed onto a surface. Compare to other coating processes, thermal spraying can provide coatings over a large area at high deposition rate.
The process is: powder or wire form–heated to molten or semi–molten–accelerated towards substrates (in form of micrometer-size particles)—Coating formed. The usual energy source of thermal spaying is combustion or electrical arc discharge.
|Pure Metal Coatings||Copper, Aluminum, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Zinc, Tin, Silicon|
|Alloy/Composites Coatings||Nickel-Chrome, Stellite, Aluminum Based, Molybdenum based, Cobalt Based, Copper Based, MCrAIY|
|Ceramic Coatings||Aluminum Oxide, Titanium Oxide, Zirconium Oxide, Chromium Oxide, Blends of Various Ceramics|
|Carbides||Tungsten Carbide, Chrome Carbide|
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