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.
Molybdenum powder for thermal spraying is often used to manufacture engine pistons and synchronizer rings in the automotive industry because of its low friction coefficient, high sliding wears resistance and ductility. Coatings of molybdenum provide good frictional properties and scuff resistance as a result of an adherent, oxide surface layer that forms rapidly after spraying. The coatings are also hard and lubricious in nature, offering excellent dry-running properties.
|Particle Size||-75 +38 µm; -75 +30 µm; -45 +16 µm|
Molybdenum powder is often used in applications requiring:
* Tough and hard with excellent sliding properties and good running properties
* Resists fretting and electric arc erosion
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