Plasma thermal spray
Plasma spray is a thermal spray coating process used to produce a high-quality coating by a combination of high temperature, high energy heat source, a relatively inert spraying medium, usually argon, and high particle velocities.
Advantage of Plasma thermal spray
Thermal spraying allows much thicker coatings to be applied (often up to 10mm) in higher deposition rates than other coating methods, which provide a much more effective barrier against wear and tear.
Arc Spray coatings
Arc Spray (most often referred to as metalizing, TSA, TSZ, and TWAS) is the most productive and economical of all thermal spray coating systems. Arc Spray uses DC power to energize two conductive wires: one positive and the other negative. These energized wires are then fed through a feeder into a gun head.