The ARCSPRAY process consists of two metal wires electrically charged, one positive ( + ) the other negative ( - ). As shown above they are positioned so that when fed together , an arc ( ionized path ) is formed between the two wires.Due to the high temperature ( 25000&degF ) the end of each wire is melted. Compressed air atomizes the molten metal and propels the particles forward at very high velocity. Upon impact the molten particles fuse to the base metal and flatten out to form a very dense layer, succeeding layers are added to obtain the desired thickness. The coatings can be finished by machining or grinding or used in the as sprayed condition.


The following list shows just a few of the many applications that ARCSPRAY is used for. Coating carbon steel, cast iron,aluminum, etc. with stainless steel or other corrosion resistant metals. Wear resistant coatings of high carbon steel or hard ,alloy steels, hard stainless steels. The ARCSPRAY is also the most practical method to salvage worn, or mismachined parts. Worn electric motor shafts, bellhousings, pump housings, impellers, pistons, spindles, hydraulic rams, seal areas, molds, patterns, fixtures weldments, rolls, all kinds of shafts. Plus much more. Your imagination is your only limitation.


That you can ARC SPRAY Stainless steel on to cast iron, carbon steel, brass,bronze, aluminum, copper. you can spray aluminum or zinc over iron or steel to prevent corrosion from ever getting started. You can overlay a carbon steel shaft with stainless steel or a very hard wear resistant stainless steel or alloy steel.You can repair worn or damaged parts better than. a new or replacement part. No more waiting for a welded part to cool then trying. to straighten before machining back to the original;. .



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