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  • Thermal/Flame Spray Dust and Fume Collectors
    applications are generally sized around 1:1 air-to-cloth ratio (A/C) with Hemipleat Fire Retardant cartridges. Electric Arc Wire (EAW) Spray on the other hand has proven to be a real challenge. This dust is very fine (mostly sub-micron) and is inconsistent in shape. This seems to be true of the process
  • MIG Welding Guide
    referred to as short circuit transfer. Metal is deposited only when the wire actually touches the work. No metal is transferred across the arc. Another method of MIG welding, spray transfer moves a stream of tiny molten droplets across the arc from the electrode to the weld puddle. Consumables: contact
  • Nanostructured Steels Are On The Horizon
    wire-arc spray system. Steel is known for its versatility, strength, and low cost. There are roughly 25,000 distinct alloys currently in its ranks. But this number may someday drastically expand thanks to recent developments in bulk-material nanotechnology and science, says Daniel Branagan, chief
  • Rotary Systems Rotating Gas Union Contributes to Reduce Fuel Consumption
    A motor vehicle engine manufacturer uses a state-of-the-art Plasma Transferred Wire Arc (PTWA) liner coating to reduce engine weight and internal piston friction loss. Using the same technology you would find on aircraft engines, Rotary Systems rotary unions are utilized in the spray apparatus
  • MICRO:Rosenberg (March 2001)
    Tests on PVD chambers show that an aluminum twin-wire-arc spray coating effectively reduces the flaking of refractory metals from chamber shields and helps control particle generation. Escalating demands for product,together with highly conservative capital expenditures in recent years, have placed

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