Arc spraying is a technique where two electrically conductive materials are transported through a spray gun. Between the ends of these wires an electric flame arc is drawn causing it to melt. The melted material is then trans-ported via compressed air to the work piece.
The arc temperature of approximately 4.000º c provides a larger spray capacity and adherence as opposed to autogenously wire spraying. This process allows a top quality coating to be applied quickly and affordably. It is particularly suitable for larger areas where the coating layer can be more than 15 mm thick.
Applicable materials (DIN EN ISO 14919)
- Chrome steel
- Stainless steel
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