Thanks to the High Pressure Cold Spray technology it is now possible to provide large workpieces and shafts of a new metallic layer without heating and carry out repairs to large metal surfaces. This in contrast to the Low Pressure technique, which is more suitable for small areas.

Unique to the High Pressure technique is the use of a wider range of materials, such as stainless steel, titanium, inconel, gold and silver. Because processing of larger areas is possible, High Pressure provides a large demand from the aerospace, marine, automotive and electronics. The High Pressure Cold Spray technique is applicable to all metals, glass and ceramics.

A wide range of metals can be processed:

  • Gold 
  • Silver 
  • Aluminum 
  • Aluminum-Bronze
  • Copper 
  • Monel
  • Nickel-Chromium
  • Nickel 
  • Stainless steel
  • Zinc 
  • Tin 
  • Titanium 
  • Ti-6Al-4V
  • Inconel
  • MCrAlY
  • Molybdenum 
  • White Metal
  • Others

Below are some specifications of the Low Pressure Cold Spray technology;

  • Efficiency up to 95%;
  • Performance at up to 1000°C and 750 PSI allows for the efficient deposition of difficult materials such as MCrAlY, Ti6Al4V, Inconel and Stainless Steel;
  • High volume applications can be achieved quickly thanks to feed rates of 750g/min and higher;
  • Clogging becomes a relic of the past with newly developed nozzle technology. Continuous, reliable operation for production lines is now a reality;
  • Integration of heater and gun dramatically increases gun mobility, making possible the coating of large scale projects and substrates with complicated geometry.

All benefitsKey benefits A list of some benefits

  • No heat input
  • Countless applications
  • Ready to spray within 10 seconds
  • Pre-treatment often unnecessary
  • Immediately ready for finishing
  • Excellent electrical conductivity
  • Excellent heat conductivity
  • Porosity till 0%
  • Excellent adhesion

All key benefits

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