|-150 +45 µm; -75 +45 µm
Nickel Powder for Thermal Spraying
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) provides high quality nickel powder used for thermal spraying coatings.
The materials of thermal spraying coatings are commonly in forms of powder, wire or rod. They are heated and convert to micrometer-size particles. Then the particles are accelerated towards substrates and create a coating. Nickel powder for thermal spraying coatings is widely used in industries. The pure nickel coatings are hard, dense and readily machinable.
|Particle Size & Process
|-150 +45 µm, Precipitated
-75 +45 µm, Precipitated
Nickel powder for thermal spraying is typically used for:
-Salvage and buildup of worn or mis-machined components made of nickel or nickel alloy parts
-Replacement of Monel for corrosion applications when slightly higher hardness and machinability is needed
Our nickel powder is clearly tagged and labeled externally to ensure efficient identification and quality control. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.
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