The Powder Flame Spray process is also known as the Combustion Powder Flame Spray process is a similar technique as a wire flame spray process. Here the feedstock is in the form of powder in place of the wire. This widens the range of material that can be sprayed, resulting in providing a larger choice of coatings. Few of the alloys that are difficult to be produced in wire form can be used in the powdered form using powder flame spray technology.
This process sprays the molten material on the surface to provide the required coatings. Material is fed in the powder form to form a fine spray. When the spray contacts the substrate, the fine molten droplets rapidly solidify, forming a coating. The main advantage of the powder flame spray process is that a much wide range of materials can be processed into powder form, giving a more choice of coatings. The powder flame spray process is only limited by the materials having higher melting temperatures than the flame can provide or if the material decomposes on heating. To read more about powder flame spray, please visit our powder flame spray technology page.
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