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
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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