THERMAL SPRAY COATING
HVOF - Plasma - Combustion Flame - Two Wire Electric Arc
Thermal spray coatings are widely used in a variety of industrial applications. Molten powder or wire is heated either through oxy-fuel combustion or plasma—the flame of the spray device powers the heated mixture, and after even spray distribution onto a metal product, the mixture assumes its solid coating form. Thermal spray coatings can serve an array of functions; commonly used to treat planes, they can also protect products from wear, temperature extremes, chemicals, and even protect buildings from external environmental conditions like rain and humidity. Although there are multiple methods and materials involved in thermal coating, they are distinguished by both heat source and the base material used for deposition. Combustion flame spraying, high velocity oxy-fuel spraying (HVOF), two-wire electric arc spraying, plasma spraying, and vacuum plasma spraying are several common coating application processes.

Whatever process you need you can be assured Automation Plus can handle it.

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