Flame spraying is one of the oldest forms of thermal spray. Typically using oxygen and acetylene, these thermal spray systems melt wire or powder in the combustion stream and apply it to the part. These coatings are great for restoration of old parts. Flame spraying systems can spray I.D. and O.D. components and can be readily brought to a customer site for repairs if needed.
Process Description：An oxy-acetylene combustion process using wire based coatings
Coating Applications： Stainless Steels, Abradable coatings, Aluminum, Molybdenum, Tin, Zinc, Copper
Operating Cost Economical Spray
Bond Mechanism Mechanical: (1,000-5,000 psi)
Max Flame Temperature: 5,600 °F / 3,100 °C
Particle Velocity: 160-300 ft/sec
Max Spray Rate: 20 lb/hr (9 kg/hr)
Coating Thickness Range: 0.005" to 0.250"
Special Features: Economical, No heat distortion
Wear Resistance: Acceptable，
Corrosion Resistance: Poor/Medium