High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) and High Velocity Air Fuel (HVAF) thermal spray systems have proven to be some of the most versatile spray systems over the last 20 years. They are especially useful for applying highly wear-resistant and corrosion resistant coatings. Alloys International sold the first HVOF system ever used in Australia, and still operate with various systems on a daily basis. All HVOF powders are available in a range of cuts to suit various spray systems such as the JP-5000, HV2000, and various HVAF systems.
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|AI-2601||Tungsten carbide/nickel spherical spray powder. Produces extremely hard, dense deposits||Applications involving low stress fine particle abrasive wear, fretting, and erosion. Applications where cobalt can’t be used due to corrosion.|
|AI-2606||Cobalt based alloy 6 (similar to Stellite 6). 45-50HRc. Machinable with a tungsten carbide tool. Excellent resistance to erosion, fretting and corrosion up to 800oC||For reclamation where elevated temperatures and corrosive media are present. Ball valves.|
|AI-2642||Nickel Chrome Silicon Boron|
|AI-2645||Nickel based coating for corrosion resistance. Hard but machineable. 40-44HRc.||Valve seats, high speed shafts, any application requiring machineable coating which is also reistant to fine particle erosion or metal-to-metal wear.|
|AI-2672||Tungsten carbide/Cobalt. Extremely hard, abrasion resistant coating. Can be ground and superfinished to mirror finish. Max operating temperature 550oC||Pump sleeves, ID fans, mechanical seals, seal journals. Application subject to high abrasion.|
|AI-2675||Chrome carbide/nickel chrome. Corrosion resistant hard coating for service in temperatures up to 750oC. Can be ground and superfinished to mirror finish.||Hydraulic pistons.|
|AI-2682||316 Stainless Steel||Applications involving mild corrosion.|
|AI-2685||Tungsten Carbide/Chrome Carbide/Nickel Chrome. Provides outstanding corrosion resistance in abrasive applications. High service temperature of 760°C||Chemical industry applications, offshore and marine. Pump seals, pulp and paper applications.|
|AI-2686||Tungsten carbide/Cobalt/Chrome. Max operating temperature 550°C.||Applications requiring improved corrosion/abrasion resistance compared to AI-2672|