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Supplier: ASTM International
Description: under out-of-phase thermomechanical fatigue (OP TMF) loading. The main scope of the work was the analysis of crack formation and propagation in the coating depending on its fracture strain. Two coating systems applied by low pressure plasma spraying were investigated: (i) MCrAlY-coating and (iiShow More
Supplier: Linde North America, Inc.
Description: High-energy spray processes, such as high velocity oxy-fuel flame spraying or plasma spraying, can add an extreme amount of heat to the base material. Problems can often occur when using temperature-sensitive coating materials or when coating substrates with thin walls or low thermal conductivityShow More
Supplier: Oerlikon Metco
Description: of controlled atmosphere plasma spray systems is comprised of: Vacuum Plasma Spray (VPS) Low Vacuum (LVPS) / Low Pressure (LPPS) Plasma Spray Low Pressure Plasma Spray-Hybrid (LPPS-Hybrid) The presence of oxygen can undesirably affect coating characteristics. Spraying materials in a controlled atmosphere
- Thermal Spray Technology: Plasma Spray
- Type: Complete Machine
- Automation / Control: Automatic
- Mounting: Machine / Reciprocator
Supplier: Velan, Inc.
Description: Severe service metal-seated ball valves for high temperature, abrasive and corrosive applications. Features and benefits • Bi-directional sealing with preferred direction. • Advanced HVOF or Plasma spray custom trim coating technology with hardness in excess of 70 RC. • Superior
- Valve Type: Ball Valves, Butterfly Valves
- Valve Size: 0.5000 to 24 inch
Supplier: Sherry Laboratories
Description: Depth Measurement Coating Analysis Plating Thickness Ferrite Content Grain Flow and Grain Size Heat Treat Condition Inclusion Rating Macrostructure Material Defects Microhardness and Microstructure Plasma Spray Coating Porosity Recast Evaluations Surface Chemistry Carburization
- Capabilities: Chemical Testing Services, Cleanliness Monitoring / Testing, Deformulation / Reverse Engineering, Environmental Exposure Testing, Environmental Testing and Analysis Services, Failure Analysis, Field Sampling, Quality / Purity (Contamination - Alloys, Polymers, etc.), Reactivity (Corrosivity,
- Materials: Adhesives / Sealants, Ceramics / Glass, Chemicals, Coatings, Composites, Gases, Inorganics, Metals, Nanomaterials, Plastic / Rubber, Polymers / Organics, Powders, Soil, Textiles, Thin Films / Plating, Toxins / Restrictive Substances, Wafers / Surfaces, Welds / Joints
- Test Methods: Ash Testing / Filler Content, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AA), Chemical Extraction, Chromatography (GC, HPLC, etc.), Combustion Analysis, Diffraction (X-ray, Electron, etc.), Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP, LA-ICP, etc.), Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR, etc.), Mass Spectroscopy (RGA, etc
- Test / Certify To: ASME, ASTM, AWS, EPA, MIL-SPEC, NIST, OEM Specific, Other
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Saint-Gobain Coating Solutions
Thermal Spray Flexicords
Thermal Spray Flexicords are an alternative to produce metallic and ceramic coatings using a universal flame spray gun. Our Thermal Spray Flexicords are tailored to fit to specific requirements such as: low porosity (down to 3%), high density, low or high roughness, nano sized materials, etc. Versus plasma sprayed coatings, Flexicords offer an excellent performance when coatings are subjected to thermal cycles at high temperatures and they allow a higher coating thickness. The Flexicords... (read more)
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Thermal Spray Fundamentals
…first time the common activity of “Plasma Technik” and DLR on VPS was announced at the Surfair-Congress in Cannes, F. (27–29 May, 1980): R. Henne, and H. Nussbaum: New Developments in the Low Pressure Plasma Spray Coating and in the Automation…
Vapors and Droplets Mixture Deposition of Metallic Coatings by Very Low Pressure Plasma Spraying
Low Pressure Plasma Spray Coatings , Thin Solid Films, 2000, 377-378, p 788-792 17.
Manufacturing of composite titanium-titanium nitride coatings by reactive very low pressure plasma spraying (R-VLPPS)
Low pressure plasma spray coatings , Thin Solid Films, 2000, 377-378, p 788–792  Yang D., Tian B. and Gao Y., .
Effects of defects and element diffusion at coating/substrate interface on damping capacity
The difference between the damping values of the low pressure plasma spray coating system with more defects and ELD coating systems with few defects approximately equals to the damping value produced by defects.
Selected Abstracts of Thermal Spray Literature
Moreover, low pressure plasma sprayed coatings , preheated at 837 K or above, consist of the top layer with higher blast errosion rate and excellent layers with lower blast erosion rate under it.
Thin Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Coatings Deposited by Low-Energy Plasma Spraying Under Very Low Pressure Condition
Low Pressure Plasma Spray Coatings , Thin Solid Films, 2000, 377-378, p 788-792 14.
Al rich hard coatings on Al alloy by low pressure plasma spraying
In order to improve the wear resistance of an Al alloy surface, a low pressure plasma spray coating has been applied to make a hard coating.
A Study on Mechanical Properties of TiO-2 Coating by Low Pressure Plasma Spraying--《》1989年04期
【Key Words】： low pressure plasma spraying coating mechenical property .
Characteristics of Cu Film Deposited Using VLPPS
Low Pressure Plasma Spray Coatings , Thin Solid Films, 2000, 377-378, p 788-792 2.
PLASMA SPRAYING: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
In comparison the Jc(B) characteristics of low pressure plasma sprayed coatings are far .
Status of thermal spray technology in japan
N. Asahi and Y. Kojima, Low Pressure Plasma Spray Coating , J.
A Perspective on Plasma Spray Technology
Fig. 6 Very low pressure plasma spraying coating (yttria- stabilized zirconia) prepared by Smith et al. .
Thermal Spray Applications in Electronics and Sensors: Past, Present, and Future
Low Pressure Plasma Spray Coatings , Thin Solid Films, 2000, 377, p 788-792 .
Effect on Reverse Transferred Arc Treating on Bonding Strength in Low Pressure Plasma Spraying
By the above test method, it has been proven that the bonding strength of low pressure plasma sprayed coating is over 100 MPa.
Coatings and surface modification technologies: a finite element bibliography (1995–2005)
(Atlanta) pp 937–46 Raj S V et al 2003 An assessment of the residual stresses in low pressure plasma sprayed coatings on an advanced copper alloy TMS Annual Meeting (San Diego) pp 49–56 Saitoh T et al 2002 A finite element analysis…