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Demands, potentials and economic aspects of thermal spraying with aqueous solutions

Presentation held at Thermal Spray of Suspensions & Solutions Symposium (TS4), Montreal, 2./3.12.2015
 
: Toma, Filofteia-Laura; Potthoff, Annegret; Leyens, Christoph

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presentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-3721387 (2.6 MByte PDF)
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Created on: 23.12.2015


2015, 26 Folien
Thermal Spray of Suspensions & Solutions Symposium (TS4) <2015, Montreal>
English
Presentation, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWS ()
Fraunhofer IKTS ()

Abstract
In this contribution, the main aspects of thermal spraying with suspensions, which have to be considered in order to produce suspension sprayed coatings in an economical way, are presented. The economic efficiency of the process depends on the availability of suitable additional system components (suspension feeder, injectors), on the development and handling of stable suspensions, as well as on the high process stability for acceptance at industrial scale. Special focus is made on thedevelopment and processability of water-based suspensions of ceramic oxides. The use of water as a liquid media for preparing suspensions is often critically discussed due to the necessity of a higher heat input during spraying compared toalcoholic suspensions. In fact, the safe and environmental friendly manufacturing as well as lower production and transport costs clearly speak for the industrial use of aqueous suspensions. Recent devel-opments have demonstrated successful production and processing of highly concentrated aqueous suspensions (of 50 wt. % or more). The economic aspects in terms of deposition efficiencies and feed rates in relation to the solids content of aqueous suspensions of different ceramic oxides are discussed. In the case of alumina S-HVOF coatings feed rates between 15 to 35 g/min and deposition efficiencies up to 65–70% could be reached with aqueous suspensions. The coating hardness (850 HV0.3) did not change with increase of the suspension concentration from 35 to 50 wt. %. For high melting temperature S-HVOF coatings like chromia, yttria, or yttria-stabilized zirconia the deposition efficiencies (15–30%) and coating thicknesses deposited per pass (2–5 μm/pass) were lower than in the case of alumina. Cr2O3 S-HVOF coatings with microhardness values in the range 1150–1450 HV0.3, which were higher than those of the conventional APS coatings, were produced with different aqueous Cr2O3 suspensions.

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