Oerlikon Metco Datasheets for Thermal Spray Coatings

Thermal spray coatings are made of metal, ceramic, composite, and polymer materials that are engineered for deposition using arc wire, combustion wire, plasma, high velocity oxy-fuel (HVOF), vacuum plasma spraying (VPS), or other specialized spray processes.
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A versatile range of applications Our powder materials deliver cost-effective solutions to restore worn or mismachined parts, or to create new surfaces with characteristics better suited for the environment than...
Abradable coating solutions improve safety and reduce fuel consumption and emissions in turbomachinery. Whether for aviation gas turbines, or power generation gas or steam turbines, we have abradable materials for...
As composites of ceramic and metal materials, cermets act as intermediate materials that resolve thermal expansion mismatches in multiple layer, metallic-ceramic coating systems. They are the ideal solution to boost...
Designed for the hottest service environments MCrAlY thermal sprayed coatings are used in the hottest sections of gas turbine engines and other high-temperature, corrosive environments. They can be used alone...
Flexible application choices Depending on the specific material chosen, carbide materials are generally best applied using High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) spray. When necessary, acceptable carbide coatings can be achieved...
Materials for galvanically-active corrosion control Independent testing has shown that coatings of these materials can last between 20 – 40 years before requiring a recoating. Typical applications Infrastructure such as...
Proven surfaces for many different applications The uses for thermal sprayed ceramic materials is vast. To name just a few: Diesel engine pistons Automotive valves and cylinders Thermal barrier coatings...
Self-fluxing materials Self-fluxing materials are first applied using a thermal spray process, such as combustion powder Thermospray™, atmospheric plasma spray, or High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) spray. While the coatings...