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  • Thermal Spray Coatings
    Thermal spray coating is a continuous process wherein the coating medium is continuously melted into droplets that are then impinged onto the substrate. Coating thickness ranges from 25 µm to 2.5 mm (.001 - .1 in). Thermal spray coatings compete with plating and paint coating for atmospheric
  • Standardization in Quality Control of Thermal Spray Coatings (part 2) (.pdf)
    In Essen at the ITSC2002, the initial results of the EACMT (European Airline Committee for Materials & Technology) Sub-Committee on Standardization in Quality Control of Thermal Spray Coatings for the Aircraft Industry were presented [1]. The ITSC Orlando 2003 presentation will quickly summarize
  • Metallographic Preparation of Thermal Spray Coatings: Coating Sensitivity and the Effect of Polishing Intangibles (.pdf)
    The heterogeneous or composite nature of the thermal spray deposit can make choosing a metallographic preparation process very difficult. Hard vs. soft phases, brittle ceramics, and mixtures of many phases can create a variety of issues. When a procedure is developed, it becomes a necessity
  • Standardization in Coating Evaluation: A Universal System for Repair Coatings (.pdf)
    requirements, resulting in the. In 1997, the EACMT working group defined the objec-. impossibility for a repair shop to develop a universal. tives for the sub working group for reviewing the total. system for thermal spray coating evaluation. evaluation system of thermal spray coatings. Those. As more shops
  • 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: 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
  • 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. Unique
  • Thermal Spray Gas Flow Contol
    . This capability in turn helps produce a higher quality, more uniform coating. Objectives Provide precise, stable flow rates and oxygen/fuel mix ratios to thermal spray flame. Achieve controlled ignition without "popping " and "flame-out ". Consistent powder feed to the gun with controlled carrier gas

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