Frequently Asked Questions
All HVOF spraying equipment uses oxy-fuel combustion to heat a coating material, usually in powder form, and to accelerate the heated particles to high velocities before impacting with the substrate.
The major differences between current commercial systems are in use of gas or liquid fuels, water or air cooling, axial or radial powder injection, combustion chamber configuration, nozzle design and length. There are operational differences in combustion pressure, fuel and gas flow rates and powder feed rates. These parameters determine powder particle heating time, velocity and temperature, and ultimately the coating quality.
Commercially available equipment includes, but not limited to:
||Gas Fuel Systems
||Liquid Fuel Systems
|Model JP-5000® System.
Model JP-8000™ System.
||Diamond Jet™ Series
||Jet Kote® II and III
||GTV G GUN
||GTV K2 gun
||CJS K4.2 (kerosene + H2 fuel)
ID Coolflow Mono
|Flame Spray Technologies
||(ethanol) eGun system - ultra high pressure HVOF
||CastoJet® Kerosene 5 - CJK5
|The Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd. (MEC)
| A Termika Ltd
Some of the differences in design of these guns are illustrated in the diagrams below.
For further information please see thermal spraying or email, email@example.com.