Metal spraying and the flame deposition of ceramics and plastics.
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Metal spraying and the flame deposition of ceramics and plastics. by W. E. Ballard

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Published by Griffin in High Wycombe .
Written in English


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Previous ed. published as metal spraying and sprayed metal, rewritten by W.E. Ballard, 1948.

ContributionsBallard, W. E.
The Physical Object
Pagination591p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages591
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19123000M

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powder flame spraying is a thermal spray process in which the material to be sprayed is in powder form. Powder flame spraying is probably the simplest of all the spray processes to describe – feed a powder through the center bore of a nozzle where it melts and is carried by the escaping oxy-fuel gases to the work piece. Electroplating, Physical and Chemical Vapor Deposition Coating materials available for thermal spraying include metals, alloys, ceramics, plastics and composites. They are fed in powder or wire form, heated to a molten or semi molten state and accelerated towards substrates in the form of micrometer-size particles. Thermal Spray is a generic term for a group of processes in which metallic, ceramic, cermet, and some polymeric materials in the form of powder, wire, or rod are fed to a torch or gun with which they are heated to near or somewhat above their melting point. Thermal spraying processes are also applied for repairing damaged and worn parts. Sometimes the thermal spraying can be applied for the decoration thus improving the esthetic properties of parts. Coating material can be either in wire, powder, rod, cord or molten-bath form.