In powder flame spraying, the powdered spray material is melted or fused in an oxyacetylene flame and propelled onto the prepared work piece.
During solidification the particles stick firmly to the surface and form coatings up to several millimeters thickness. Non-porous, metallurgic-ally- bonded coatings can be produced in the subsequent splintering (fusing ) process.
Flame Spray Powder is a raw material which is use in the process of thermal spraying which improves the surface quality of the products and increases their service life. The process follows by heating and melting of the powder to make a sprayable coting which covers the external surface of the mechanical components. Flame Spray Powder improves or restores the surface of a solid material. It can be used to provide different types of coating such as iron based, ceramic, cermets and nickel based alloys. It creates a gas stream having a high temperature approximately equals to 3000 degree Celsius with a correctly balanced conditions between oxygen and acetylene.