Plasma Spray Powders
DC plasma spray operates by creating an electric arc and passing a plasma gas through it. This creates an extremely high temperature plasma, which enables ceramics to meet their melting temperatures. The following is a brief summary of common powders available. For specific application expertise or any questions please contact our sales team.
|AI-1010||Aluminium Oxide Ceramic Powder exhibiting high hardness and outstanding corrosion resistance. 65HRc.||Sliding wear surfaces such as pump shafts, mechanical seals, plungers, slurry pump liners.|
|AI-1011||Aluminium Oxide ceramic powder developed primarily|
for plasma spraying
|Sliding or rotating wear surfaces such as pump shafts and sleeves, mechanical seal faces,
pump plungers, sealing rings etc.
|AI-1025||Chrome oxide ceramic powder exhibiting high hardness and outstanding corrosion resistance.||Applications up to 540°C requiring smooth, hard abrasion and corrosion resistance. Pump sleeves, wear rings, fans.|
|AI-1036||Chrome oxide/silicon dioxide/titanium dioxide ceramic powder. The most abrasion resistant of the ceramic powders. Higher impact resistance than due to the presence of silicon dioxide.||Applications involving fine particle abrasion. Suitable for corrosive environments when properly sealed.|
|AI-1097||Titanium dioxide. Dense coating. 53HRc.||Applications up to 540°C requiring abrasion resistance. Good for coating titanium components subject to wear.|