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Electric Arc Wire Spray

A simple, fast and economical thermal spray process for in-shop or on-site work. The Electric Arc Wire Spray process uses two metallic wires, usually of the same composition, as the coating feedstock. The two wires are electrically charged with opposing polarity and are fed into the arc gun at matched,…

Atmospheric Plasma Spraying

Proven flexibility for the greatest range of surface functionality. A strong electric arc is generated between a positively charged pole (anode) and a negatively charged pole (cathode). This ionizes the flowing process gases into the plasma state. Powdered feedstock material is injected into the plasma jet, melting the powder particles…

HVOF

Gas Fuel Technology with high acceptance in the turbine industry. Depending on user requirements, propylene, propane, hydrogen or natural gas may be used as the fuel in gas-fueled HVOF thermal spray systems. As a result of the high kinetic energy transferred to the particles through both HVOF processes, the coating…

Combustion Wire

The time-tested method for anti-corrosion thermal spray coatings and surface restorations. The spray material in wire form is fed continually into a fuel gas-oxygen flame where it is melted by the heat of that combustion. Compressed air surrounds the flame and atomizes the molten tip of the wire. This accelerates…

Combustion Powder

Enhance surface properties, make repairs, restore tolerances, add protection. The spray material in powder form is fed continually into a fuel gas-oxygen flame where it is typically melted by the heat of combustion. A powder feed carrier gas transports the powder particles into the combustion flame, and the mixed gases…