Flame spray is a process that uses an oxy-fuel flame to melt wires and in some cases powders or ceramic rods. The molten material is then atomised with compressed air to create a spray stream that applies the coating onto the surface being sprayed. Anti-corrosion coatings are typically applied with oxy-propane systems. Engineering coatings are typically applied with oxy-acetylene systems. Where propane is not available, oxy-acetylene systems can apply anti-corrosion coatings. Flame spray systems are commonly manually operated but it is possible to semi-automate or fully-automate the process if required.
Predominantly used for Anti-Corrosion Purposes.
- Flame Spray MK 61: Oxygen-acetylene (Manual)
- Flame Spray MK 66E: Oxygen-propane (Automatic)
- Flame Spray MK 73: Oxygen-propane (Manual)
- Powder Spray 85: Oxygen-acetylene (Automatic/Manual)
- Spray Jet 88: Oxygen-acetylene (Manual)
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