In the glass manufacturing, stainless-steel parts are used in characteristic corrosive reduction atmosphere at high temperature. The reactive products, that are induced by volatilization from the stainless steel surface, cause defects of the glass in this usage. Some thermal spraying coating of thermal-resistant alloys is tested in this study for the protection to the volatilization. It is clarified that, the Ni-Cr-Al-Y film, containing plate-like metal oxide dispersions, shows an outstanding effect as followings; 1) The diffusion rate of Fe from a stainless substrate in this coating film is decreased by the dispersions, and Fe is not detected at surface layer of the coating after a long-term exposure test at high temperature. 2) The reaction between Sn and this coating is not active relatively can, and the further inactivation can be possible by pre-existing heat-treatment in oxidant atmosphere. 3) Both effect (decreasing of Fe diffusion rate and inactivation with Sn) are induced by plate-like Al2O3 particles. These particles are generated by oxidation of Al-content in the coating material.

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