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Flamespray Gun

Flamespray Gun

Arcspray

Arcspray



Robotic plasma spray



H.V.O.F.

H.V.O.F.


Metalspray Consumables

Automatic gas bottle conveyor

Aerospace installiation

 

METALLISATION

 

METALLISATION FLAMESPRAY

In the METALLISATION FLAMESPRAY process, the raw material in the form of a single wire, cord or powder, is melted in an oxygen-fuel gas flame. This molten material is atomised by a cone of compressed air and propelled towards the workpiece.

The molten spray solidifies on the component surface to form a dense, strongly adherent coating suitable for Corrosion Protection or component Reclamation. Sprayed coatings may also be used to provide Wear Resistance, Electrical & Thermal Conductivity or Insulation or Free Standing Shapes.

Major advantages of the Flamespray process are that the coatings are available for almost instant use with no drying or curing times and there is no risk of damaging the component.

Flamespray Video (33.7MB)


Flamespray Lighting Sequence Video (27.1MB)

 


METALLISATION ARCSPRAY

 

In the METALLISATION ARCSPRAY process, the raw material in the form of a pair of metallic wires, is melted by an electric arc. This molten material is atomised by a cone of compressed air and propelled towards the workpiece. The molten spray solidifies on the component surface to form a dense, strongly adherent coating suitable for Corrosion Protection or component Reclamation. Sprayed coatings may also be used to provide Wear Resistance, Electrical & Thermal Conductivity or Free Standing Shapes.

Major advantages of the Arcspray process are that the coatings are available for almost instant use with no drying or curing times and there is no risk of damaging the component. In addition, the deposits possess a higher degree of bond strength than most other thermally sprayed deposits and the use of compressed air and electricity alone mean more economic coatings.

Metallisation Arkspary Video (27.1MB)

 


PLASMA SPRAY

Plasma is the term used to describe gas which has been raised to such a high temperature that it ionises and becomes electrically conductive. In the case of Plasma spraying, the plasma is created by an electric arc burning within the nozzle of a plasma gun and the arc gas is formed into a plasma jet as it emerges from the nozzle.

Powder particles are injected into this jet where they melt and then strike the surface at high velocity to produce a strongly adherent coating. Almost any material can be sprayed including metals, ceramics and plastics. The workpiece remains cool because the plasma is localised at the gun.

 


HYPERSONIC SPRAY PROCESS

Liquid fuel and oxygen are fed via a premixing system and at high pressure into a combustion chamber where they burn to produce a hot high pressure gas stream. This is expanded through a laval type nozzle increasing the gas velocity to around 1500m/sec and the pressure to slightly above atmospheric. At this stage the powder can easily be injected into the gas stream.



This gas stream heats and accelerates the powder particles within the confines of the secondary nozzles so that they impact with tremendous energy upon the substrate material. The MET-JET II System does not melt powders but only softens them. Because less heat is imparted to the particles and dwell times are very short oxidation and decomposition are minimal in MET-JET II coatings.


THERMAL SPRAY MATERIALS

METALLISATION'S range of Metal Spraying Consumable Materials are produced and selected to meet the demands of industry. They offer the user the ability to produce a wide range of coatings through all types of thermal spraying equipment in all areas of thermal spraying processes.

The materials detailed are subject to the most stringent quality control procedures at all stages of their manufacture. They are available with most types of certification and all materials can be supplied with Certificates of Conformity and/or Chemical Analysis.

Metallisation Ltd is one of Europe's leading producers of Zinc wire used predominantly in the Thermal spraying industry. Metallisation exports Zinc wire worldwide.

Metallisation can supply Zinc wire in all diameters to suit your existing equipment setup.

Metallisation can supply Zinc wire in 500 & 250Kg production drums, on MIG Reels, spools (plastic), Hardboard reels and in loose coils to suit your production requirements.

 

 

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