Thermal Spraying

Thermal spraying refers to heating and melting the coating material, atomizing it into extremely fine particles with high-speed airflow, and spraying it onto the surface of the workpiece at a high speed to form a coating. According to different coating materials, one or several properties of wear resistance, corrosion resistance, oxidation resis...

Thermal spraying refers to heating and melting the coating material, atomizing it into extremely fine particles with high-speed airflow, and spraying it onto the surface of the workpiece at a high speed to form a coating. According to different coating materials, one or several properties of wear resistance, corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, and heat resistance can be obtained.

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Thermal spraying is a surface strengthening technology that uses a heat source (such as electric arc, plasma spraying or combustion flame, etc.) to heat powder or filamentary metal or non-metallic materials to a molten or semi-molten state, and then spray it to the substrate at a certain speed. A technique for depositing a surface coating with various functions.

Thermal spray process abbreviation

  • CP: flame spray
  • SF: Spray welding (spray + remelting)
  • HV: Hypersonic flame spraying, HV-1 HVAF, HV-2 kerosene hypersonic spraying, HV-3 gas fuel hypersonic spraying
  • AP: Atmospheric Plasma Spray
  • VP: Vacuum Plasma Spray
  • AC: Low-pressure plasma spray
  • PT: Plasma Transferred Arc Welding
  • LC: Laser Cladding
  • CS: Cold Spray