What is the price of a Metalizing gun?

The metalizing gun price is being used now predominantly as a maintenance tool for the repair and rebuilding of machinery. It is also being to a greater extent than ever in the manufacture of new products, particularly as a means of producing new corrosion-resistant materials. There are so many uses already developed for metalizing in the production of new products, that the handwriting on the wall of postwar activity is quite evident.

Metalizing Spray Gun

In this process, the basic principle of the heat source is the same as wire flame spray gun except that powders or Rod are fed through a flame and propelled by high-velocity oxygen or air onto a substrate Compressed air is concentrated around the flame spray gun, atomizing the molten material into fine spherical particles which propels these particles at high velocity onto a substrate. In this process, we utilize two metallic wires that are electrically charged with opposing polarity for the coating feedstock. In this process, we feed the spray material in wire form into a fuel gas-oxygen flame where it is melted by the heat (temperature up to 3000°C) of that combustion. This will cause mobility to them to throw a molten arc between each other. We will next inject inert gas or high-velocity air to trigger the atomization of the now-molten material and propel it onto the substrate to form the coating.

Advantages of Metalizing Spray Gun

  • To achieve insulation
  • Resistance to corrosion
  • Significant cost advantages
  • Not subject to degrading
  • Anodic protection of surface
  • No cure time or temperature to limit metalizing
  • Stronger adhesion than paint
  • Longer lasting than paint
  • Faster and more productive
  • Surface roughness no more than 0.05 mm
  • Pure metals and alloys can be sprayed
  • Can be operated under extreme temperature conditions

Applications Of Metalizing Spray Gun 

  • Outdoor protection of bridges and other large steel structures
  • Outdoor protection of offshore oil platforms
  • Outdoor protection of locks & dam gates
  • Reinforcement of pipelines
  • Preventing reinforcement of steel in concrete
  • Boiler repair
  • Deck coatings
  • Abradablility
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Repair of worn components


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