"Engineered Surfaces for Exceptional Performance"
"Engineered Surfaces for Exceptional Performance"

The MSSA Puddle Torch (also known as a Powder Torch) is a specially designed oxy-acetylene torch used for powder welding. Powder Welding involves an oxy-acetylene flame spraying followed by Fusing as a two stage process. After spraying, the coating is fused with an oxy-acetylene burner or for mass production by using induction heating or a vacuum furnace, which allows the coating to be metallurgically bonded, extremely hard, corrosion resistant as well as resistant to impact and chipping. The powders used for Spray and Fuse hard-facing are typically compositions of Ni, Cr, Co, Bo, Fe, W and WC in varying blends. The powder is introduced into the gas stream from the integral powder hopper and then transferred to the work piece through a flame.

This process is similar to the oxy-acetylene process - with the exception that the hard-facing takes place at lower temperatures. This minimises oxidation and distortion of the work piece and enables easy surfacing of edges. By spraying molten metal directly onto affected parts it is possible to efficiently minimise wear and corrosion, create superior metallurgical bonds, correct machining errors by building up and re-matching and to repair broken cast iron parts.

MSSA Powder Torch - Manage "Impossible" Repairs

Using the MSSA flame spray technique, even a novice welder can salvage broken or worn out parts – even Cast Iron.

Powder flame spray welding is recognised as probably the best and only means of repairing and protecting metal components.  By spraying molten metal directly onto affected parts it is possible to efficiently minimise wear and corrosion, create superior metallurgical bonds, correct machining errors by building up and re-machining and to repair broken cast iron parts.  Not only can you repair and salvage but you can also enhance new components to give better service life at low cost.

MSSA Powder Torch - Features

  • Controlled deposits - minimum finishing (if any)
  • Machineable deposits
  • Various tip ends available with single and multi flame options
  • The head can be swivelled to allow spraying in an inverted position
  • Fast, easy tip changing and replacement
  • Brazes thin and thick materials
  • Various powders are available with varying hardness available to suit the application

MSSA Puddle Torch Welding - Application Areas

Auger Repair Keyway Repair
Boring Bars Lathe Centre
Brazing Machine Repairs
Cams and Lobe Build-Up Moulds
Chuck Jaws Piston Heads
Dies Pump Parts
Drill Press Tables Stock Feed Gripper
Farm Equipment Tool Bits
Gears Threads
Hoes Wire Guides

MSSA Puddle Torch Flame Spray

This demonstration shows various types of applications of puddle torch welding.

For more information on our equipment or consumables, call us on 07 3823 1004, or email us using our contact form.

Puddle Torch Consumables