The classic among thermal spraying processes
The flame spraying process is one of the oldest thermal spraying processes. In this method, the coating material is used either as wire or powder. By the oxy-acetylene flame, the material is melted and applied by the atomizing gas to the surface.
Areas / benefits
- Simple coatings with relatively high porosity can be applied
- The coatings can usually be finished by turning and/or grinding
- Flame spraying is a simple spraying method
Wire materials: molybdenum, Cr steel, Ni-Cr steel, Zn, CuSn, AlBz etc.
Powder materials: metals (Cr steel, Cr-Ni steel, NiAlMo, NiCrBSi, Zn, CuSn, AlBz etc.), ceramic (Al2O3, Al2O3/TiO2; Cr2O3, Cr2O3/TiO2, Cr2O3/SiO2/TiO2), plastic (PA, nylon)
For more information, see materials.
Wire flame spraying
Powder flame spraying
Spare Parts, components
Nozzles, nozzle nuts, air caps, siphon plugs, wire feeder etc. for all systems (e.g. 11E, 12E, 14E, 5K, UniSprayJet).
For older systems (e.g. 10E) spare parts can also be supplied.
Extension 5XT-T-spray – developed in a more stable version with better air seal for gun systems such as 12E and 5K.
Fluxmeter, connection systems (hoses), uncoiling systems, powder feeder systems