In the Flame Spray process, the raw material in the form of a single wire, cord or powder, is melted in an oxygen-fuel gas flame. This molten material is atomised by a cone of compressed air and propelled towards the workpiece.

The molten spray solidifies on the component surface to form a dense, strongly adherent coating suitable for Corrosion Protection or Component Reclamation. Sprayed coatings may also be used to provide Wear Resistance, Electrical and Thermal Conductivity or Insulation or Free Standing Shapes.

Major advantages of the Flame Spray Process are that the coatings are available for almost instant use with no drying or curing times and there is no risk of damaging the component.


Metal Spray Suppliers (NZ) Ltd can provide a range of specialised Flame Spray products:

Mark 61
Mark 66E
Mark 73
Mark 74
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