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  • HVOF Coatings Extend Flap Track Life
    quicker turn time and a harder, more corrosion-resistant coating. This process is high velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) coating. Various materials can be applied using a HVOF process. In this article, we will take a look at the HVOF tungsten carbide coating process and how it can affect the components
  • HVOF Process Control Using Almen and Temperature Measurement (.pdf)
    The HVOF process with reduced heat effect on the substrate and therefore minimal degradation of fatigue properties is now finding wide application in fatigue critical applications. The critical parameters for process control are residual stress in the deposit and maximum substrate temperature
  • The Effect of HVOF Thermal Spray on the Elevated Temperature High Cycle Fatigue Behavior of a Martensitic Stainless Steel (.pdf)
    Thermal spray coatings, of which HVOF is one, are an important enabling technology used to enhance the performance of materials in a diverse range of industrial applications. One area which has received relatively little attention is the effect of thermal spray coatings on the elevated temperature
  • Thermal Spray Gas Flow Contol
    High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) thermal spray technology has evolved and advanced recently through the use of more sophisticated controls and design.
  • What is Thermal Spraying
    Thermal spraying is the general term used to describe a variety of coating processes. Common processes described simply as "thermal spraying" include plasma spraying, HVOF spraying, arc spraying and flame/combustion spraying.
  • Unique Thermal Spraying System at KLM
    Presents a multi-process thermal spraying cell developed for KLM using arc spray, standard plasma spraying, 100HE TM high enthalpy plasma spraying, and HVOF coating technologies. This paper was presented at the 2008 International Thermal Spray Conference in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
  • Thermal spray: Better performance for less
    on ID. HVOF process applying a wear-resistant coating to an aerospace component. Wear-resistant coating applied to components for aircraft engines. Thermal-spray technology improves surface properties of parts letting engineers produce designs with less-expensive, lighter, or weaker base materials
  • Nanostructured Steels Are On The Horizon
    . This low-tech approach will lower the cost of wire-arc spraying while simplifying the process of making industrial grade nanoscale materials. Frontal view of NanoSteel's R &D inert gas atomization system during atomization. It has an annular flow close-coupled nozzle to produce either fine HVOF

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  • High velocity oxy-fuel spraying
    The propane system employed a short nozzle while that with hydrogen had an accelerating nozzle typical for HVOF equipment .
  • ZCP1999ITSC462
    Beside the use of different spraying materials the use of different HVOF equipment and the adjustment of various process parameters leads in many cases to the achievement of coating properties which meet coating requirements demanded by concrete applications [1].
  • ZCP2013ITSCL
    Matthaeus, G. Stevens, New HVOF Equipment and Technology for the Use of Superfine Powders < 10 m and Internal Coating Applications, 6th HVOF Spraying Colloquium, Nov 27-28 (Germany), GTS e.V., 2003, p. 167-176 G.
  • ZCP1997ITSC059
    Rolls Wood Group began an extensive series of trials using the best available HVOF equipment and coating materials.
    The ID chrome cannot be replaced by HVOF WC-Co using current HVOF equipment .
  • On the gas dynamics of HVOF thermal sprays
    An experimental study of the gas-dynamic aspects of the high-velocity oxyfuel (HVOF) thermal spray process has been performed using commercially available HVOF equipment (Hobart-Tafa JP-5000, Ho- bart-Tafa Technologies, Inc., Concord, NH).
  • ZCP2008ITSC1558
    2.2 Powder feeding and HVOF equipment .
  • ZCP1998ITSC1495
    The complex shape of the Pelton wheel bucket (Fig. 9) would normally require a robot to spray in the shop with traditional HVOF equipment .