Powder Flame Spray Gun 5 PM-II
Powder Flame Spray Gunsare two types these arePowder Flame Spray Gun 5 PM-IIandPowder Flame Spray Gun 6 PM-II.
|Size(mm)||310 mm (L), 305 mm (H), 125 mm (W)|
|Weight(kg)||2 Kg. Approx. without hoses and empty powder canister|
|Acetylene||13.5 to 31.5 NLPM|
|Hydrogen||90 to 144 NLPM|
|Oxygen||20 to 45 NLPM|
|Compressed air||0.85 m3/min at 4.5 bar|
It is an economical and versatile, handheld,Powder Flame Spray Gunfor combustionpowder spraythat can be used to apply coatings for different types of applications such as surface repairing, dimensional restoration, corrosion protection and wear resistance. With its built-in powder feed canister, athermal spraysystem utilizing thePowder Flame Spray Gun5 PM -II gun is an excellent option for shops with occasional surfacing activity or when an economical investment is required.
The 5 PM -II is proper for all-purpose use in that it can apply a wide range of coating materials such as self-fluxing alloys, ceramics, self-bonding materials and conventional materials such assteel、不锈钢、铜、铝合金,制成和镍ckel-based alloys. Created for handheld operation, the 5 PM -II is lightweight and employs a ‘pistol-grip handle for operator comfort and safety. A tool post fixture is included to rest the gun during workpiece changeover or machine-mount operation.
Types of wire flame spray gun
What is different b/w wire and powder flame spray gun ?
In thewire flame sprayprocess, the wire spray material is melted in a gaseous oxygen-fuelflame. The wire is filled continuously into the fuel gas-oxygen flame, where it is melted and atomized by the addition of compressed air that also directs the melted onto the substrate. Combustion wire flame spray is a common option for machine element repair and corrosion coatings such as bridge piers and Yankee dryer Rolls.
The粉末火焰喷涂process utilizes a similar technique of wire Flame spray process, except that the wire feedstock is replaced withpowder. The process is fundamentally the spraying of molten material onto a surface to provide a coating. The material in powder form is melted in aflame(oxy-acetylene or hydrogen most common) to form a fine spray. When the spray attaches the substrate, the fine molten droplets rapidly solidify forming a coating.
What is Flame Spray Gun and how to work?
Flame spray gunuses combustible gas as a heat source to melt the coating material.Rod,wire, orpowderspraymaterial can be used inFlame spray guns.flame spray gunscan be modified to use different sequences of gases to balance operating costs andcoatingproperties. Acetylene, propane, methyl-acetylene-propadiene (MAPP) gas, and hydrogen, along withoxygen, are generally utilizedflame spraygases. commonly, changing thenozzleand/or air cap is all that is needed to adapt the gun to various alloys, wire sizes, or gases.