spray torch

spray torch

[′sprā ‚tȯrch]
(engineering)
In thermal spraying, a device used for the application of self-fluxing alloys; molten metal is propelled against the substrate by a stream of air and gas.
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Thin layers of metal at a specified temperature, corresponding to the layers deposited in successive thermal spray torch passes, are applied to the substrate model, generating a heat flux into the block.
Ananthapadmanabhan, "Numerical and experimental studies on DC plasma spray torch," Vacuum, vol.
In this system, acetylene and oxygen were used as combustion gases and air was used as the carrier gas to feed the powder from hooper to the spray torch. This system is a high velocity version of flame spraying system.
Arccathode coupling in the modeling of a conventional DC plasma spray torch, Journal of Thermal Spray Technology 24(1-2): 3-10.
Modeling the restrike mode operation of a DC plasma spray torch, Journal of Thermal Spray Technology 15(4): 524-530.
A complete kinematical analysis of the moveable components of the system involved in the coating process (spray torch, rotary table and linear guides) is indispensable to reach the desired coating properties.
In this work, the final coating temperature was controlled by varying the number of traverses of the spray torch during processing.
To determine the loss of calcium carbonate filler, the mixture was transferred into a vessel through the flame spray torch in the absence of a flame after an interval of 2 minutes.
The company makes consumables for laser, plasma, MIG, TIG, oxy-fuel, Multi-Use and thermal spray torches and guns used for cutting and welding.