Flame Spraying

Flame spraying, developed at the beginning of the last century, is one of many types of thermal spraying processes. In this process, the combustion of a gas/ oxygen mixture generates the thermal energy to melt the powder and warm the surface of the substrate. A carrier gas— normally compressed air—serves as the medium for transporting the melted particles to the substrate surface.

The advantages of this process include low investment costs and the option of coating large parts on site, without an oven. VESTAKEEP

2000 FP is best . suited for this application because it has a sufficiently low melt viscosity.