In this paper describes the design of the arc spray gun with secondary atomization, which using the mixture of propane and air as the main gas and the compressed air as the gas for secondary atomization. The test shows that in the high velocity airflow produced by the combustion of propane – air mixture, the atomized particle size is less than 20 micron. In the second- combustion thermal airflow, the high temperature area of the arc beam is obviously lengthened at the same time the combustion gas environment restrains the oxidation of the spraying materials. Because the speeds of particles are improved greatly, the coatings obtained are denser. Through practical application it shows that this system can obtain stable deposition efficiency, high bond strength, and low roughness and greatly reduce the cost of machining. Abstract only; no full-text paper available.

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