Non-ferrous Metals

Deposition Materials

Rare Earth Elements

Semiconductor Elements

Functional Materials

Thermal Spray Materials

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 coating thickness is approximately 20μm to <10mm

Several variations of thermal spraying are distinguished:

Plasma spraying, Detonation spraying, Wire arc spraying, Flame spraying, High velocity oxy-fuel coating spraying (HVOF), Warm spraying, Cold spraying

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.

Thermal spray materials available include metals, alloys, composites, carbides, ceramics and cermets.

-Pure Metals (powder, wire)
-Alloys, Composites (powder, wire)
-Carbides (Mainly in powder)
-Ceramics (Mainly in powder)

Pure Metal Coatings Copper, Aluminum, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Zinc, Tin, Silicon, etc.
Alloy/Composites Coatings Nickel-Chrome, Stellite, Aluminum Based, Molybdenum based, Cobalt Based, Copper Based, MCrAIY, etc.
Ceramic Coatings Aluminum Oxide, Titanium Oxide, Zirconium Oxide, Chromium Oxide, Blends of Various Ceramics, etc.
Carbides Tungsten Carbide, Chrome Carbide, etc.


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