Thermal Spray Coating Systems you can't beat
While each process is unique in how they produce a thermal spray coating, each method has five main components in the thermal spray system:
- An appropriate process control console or similar devices for controlling the gases, liquids and electrical current used by the thermal spray process
- An appropriate gun for producing a hot gas stream for heating, accelerating, and directing flow of thermal spray material towards a substrate
- An appropriate feedstock material conveyance device for delivering feedstock to the thermal spray gun
- Feedstock (powder, wire, rod, or cord) fed at appropriate velocity to allow spray gun to melt them
- Controlled coating application area atmosphere
We are a world leader in thermal spray equipment and coating technologies. We didn’t get that designation by accident. We have spent the last 50 years researching, developing and improving our solutions to deliver the best coatings possible. Learn more about our TAFA® brand thermal spray coating systems below.
Of all our thermal spray processes, arc spray offers the best combination of reliability, versatility and affordability. Our complete family of TAFA arc spray products uses tailored technology to deliver the coating solution you want. From push to pull to innovative process enhancements, we offer the best configuration for even your most demanding applications.
Our TAFA HVOF product line offers both liquid-fueled high-pressure/high velocity oxygen fuel (HP/HVOF)® and gaseous-fueledHVOF systems. Our liquid-fueled HP/HVOF systems are designed to produce high-quality, ultra-dense coatings at exceptionally high production rates. And our gaseous-fueled HVOF systems bring together our sophisticated yet easy-to-use controls technology and renowned safety design to produce high-quality, repeatable HVOF coatings.
When it comes to plasma spray, consistent performance at any energy level is the highest priority. To give you ultimate control over your operations, we offer a complete range of TAFA plasma spray systems from low-energy manual critical orifice controlled to high-energy computerized mass-flow controlled.