Adelsberger Metallspritztechnik

Thermo spray process

Thermo-spray processSelf-fluxing, powder-type, multiple-phase alloys, most of them based on a nickel compound, are first sprayed using a flame spraying process. They are melted onto the workpiece in an additional work step once the necessary thickness is reached. Diffusion of the coating material with the base material takes place via the melting process (at approx. 1100°C). Coatings of various hardness levels (up to approx. 62 HRC) can be produced. By mixing in additional hard materials such as tungsten-carbide or chromium-carbide, the hardness of these coatings can be elevated even more.

Because of the melting process, these coatings are airtight and characterized by their excellent resistance to abrasion and corrosion. Because of the high process temperatures during melting, such coatings make sense, especially for the production of new parts that will be subjected to heavy loading.

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