Wall COLMONOY POWDER - Glass Mold Powder
Col # 4, Col # 22, Col # 225, Col # 88 - Ex Stock in Indonesia, Colmonoy Spraywelder Pistol J3 Unit, Colmonoy Fusewelder Mark 7 Unit, or Spare-parts.
Stellite 4, Stellite 6, Stellite 12 in the form of Plain Rod - Coated Electrode, Stellite casting etc.
Materials : METCO Flame Wire ( Bonding Metco 405 NS, Metcoloy 2, SpraBabbitt A, SpraSteel etc. ), Arc-Spray wire, Equipments : Wire Flame Gun type 14E, Powder Flame Gun type 5PII & 6PII
Arc-Spray Machine, Services & Spare parts (TAFA 9000, TAFA 8830, BP-400 etc. ) | Long Slot Nozzle Positioner, Fine Spray Pattern, Long Cross Nozzle Positioner, Fine Spray Pattern, Short Slot Nozzle Positioner, Hard Wire Use, Short Cross Nozzle Positioner, Hard Wire Use, Blue Air Cap, Coarse to Medium Spray Pattern,Gold Air Cap, Medium to Fine Spray Pattern,Green Air Cap, Coarse to Medium Spray Pattern, Red Air Cap, Extra Fine Spray Pattern, ETC | :
Model 8830/8835 Air Caps
Model 8830/8835 Nozzle Positioners
|450031||Blue Air Cap, Coarse to Medium Spray Pattern||450027||Long Slot Nozzle Positioner, Fine Spray Pattern|
|450033||Green Air Cap, Coarse to Medium Spray Pattern||620023||Short Slot Nozzle Positioner, Hard Wire Use|
|450034||Red Air Cap, Extra Fine Spray Pattern|
TAFA Arc-Spray wire ( Stockist : TAFA Bonding 75B, TAFA wire 95 MXC, 97 MXC, TAFA Wire 60T, Etc.), TAFA HVOF Powder for JP-5000® system - High Velocity Oxy-Fuel (HP/HVOF®), Carbide Powders : Chromium Carbide Based Powder & Tungsten Carbide Based Powder.
3M - Super Abrasive / IMFF-Microfininshing Film / Diamond Abrasive
Scotch Brite, 3M provides a wide range of coated abrasive and surface conditioning products to meet the needs of both production applications and day to day MRO situations, type : IMFF 372L, IMFF 273L, IMFF 472L & Diamond Abrasive.
Stainless Steel special grade ( Duplex 2205, Duplex 2507, Sanicro 28 etc ).
Hard Material (Tungsten Carbide) grade H10F etc.
ELCOMETER - Inspection Tools such as :
Pull off Adhesion test ELCOMETER 106, Coating Thickness etc.
TECHALLOYS - Welding Product ( TIG Rod, MIG Wires, Flux Core Wire etc )
Nickel Base Coated Electrodes - Nickel Base solid Wires - Stainless steel coated Electrodes - Stainless steel Solid Wires
NICKEL ALLOYS & HIGH PERFORMANCE ALLOYS
Material : Alloy 200, Alloy 75, Alloy 825, Alloy C22, Alloy 625, Alloy 600, Alloy 800, Alloy C276 etc.
HASTELLOY & INCONNEL
Welding Material : Alloy 200, Alloy 75, Alloy 825, Alloy C22, Alloy 625, Alloy 600, Alloy 800, Alloy C276 etc
SANDVIK BIOLINE Grade 316LVM - Titanium Grade 6AL-4V ELI, & Stainless Steel Material for Medical, Cardiovascular | Round and composite wire used for pacemaker | such as :
Instrument | Piercing applications, Surgical tools and instruments | & Dental Implant, Medical materials for Orthopaedic such as :
Trauma, bone and nail plates
Bone screws , Bone Plate and pins
Thermal / Metal Spray Terminology
The science and technology concerned with interacting surfaces in relative motion.
(1) The act of building a deposit on a substrate
(2) The spray deposit.
A group of processes in which finely divided metallic or nonmetallic surfacing materials are deposited in a molten or semi-molten state onto a substrate to form a deposit.
Thermal Barrier Coatings :
A group of ceramic coatings, including Yttria Stabilized Zirconia (YSZ) and Magnesium/Zirconate, used to protect the substrate in extreme heat environments. The heat rejection properties of TBCs excel in applications to an excess of 3000 °F. TBCs have been used successfully on piston tops, valves, exhaust systems, etc.
A single sprayed particle that resembles a thin, flattened drop of liquid, under magnification.
The principal bond that holds metals together and is formed between base metals and filler metals in all processes.
Mechanical bond :
The adherence of a thermal spray deposit to a roughened surface by the mechanism of interlocking particles.
A thermal spray deposit composed of mixed materials in successive layers that progressively change in composition from the constituent material lot to the surface of the sprayed deposit.
A coating consisting of two or more dissimilar spray materials which may or may not be layered.
Plasma spraying :
A thermal spray process in which a nontransferred arc is used as the source of heat that ionizes a gas which, in turn, melts and propels the coating material to the work piece.
To wear away by friction.
To damage, erode or consume by long, hard use.
The flaking or separation of a sprayed coating.
A seal made from mating two soft metal, or metal containing soft graphite, surfaces together using friction and pressure.
Grit blasting :
The preparation of a substrate for the thermal spray process by blasting with sharp irregular shaped grains to produce a pitted surface.
The force required to pull a coating free of a substrate, usually expressed in kPa (psi).
The electrode maintained at a positive electrical potential.
The electrode maintained at a negative electric potential.
A luminous discharge of electrical current crossing the gap between two electrodes.
An electrically neutral, highly ionized gas composed of electrons, ions, and neutral particles.
The weight of material deposited in a unit of time.
Feed rate :
A nonstandard term for spray rate.
Material manufactured into finely divided particles. When blended for thermal spraying, powder falls within a specific mesh range, usually finer than 120 mesh (125 microns).
A chemical compound formed between carbon and a metal or metals; examples include tungsten carbide, tantalum carbide, titanium carbide, chromium carbide.
Any of the various hard, heat-resistant, and corrosion resistant coatings made up of non-metallic materials.
A mixture of ceramics and metals used as a thermal spray material.
Aluminum oxide; a ceramic used in powder or rod form in thermal spray operations.
A chemical compound; the combination of oxygen with a metal forming a ceramic; ex. Aluminum oxide.
A device for protecting a substrate surface from the effects of blasting or adherence of a spray deposit.
Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) :
The deposition of a coating by means of a chemical reaction in gases in a chamber producing components which deposit on and adhere to the substrate.
The application of a thick (generally above 1mm) coating which melts or diffuses into the substrate. Processes include weld cladding and plasma transferred arc (PTA).
Produced by diffusion or chemical bonding between the coating and substrate.
Loss of electrons by a constituent of a chemical reaction. (Also refers to the corrosion of a metal that is exposed to an oxidizing gas at elevated temperatures.)
An environment or material which promotes oxidation.
Shot peening :
The bombardment of a component surface with steel or ceramic shot. Produces a residual compressive stress in the surface and improves fatigue and stress corrosion performance.
The presence of pores or voids in a coating, usually expressed as a percentage by volume.
Self-bonding coatings :
A name given to thermal spray coatings that are capable of bonding to clean smooth surfaces. Bond and "one-step" coatings are normally in this group. These are particularly important where grit blasting or surface roughening processes must be omitted.
A gaseous and/or mechanical or physical barrier placed around the spraying process designed to reduce the ingress of air into the system and so reduce oxidation of the of the materials being sprayed.