This paper evaluates the physical properties of nano-reinforced nylon 11/silicon oxide composite coatings produced using high-speed flame spraying as a function of the process technology and the composition. The coatings were created from nylon 11 powders with starting particle sizes of 30 and 60 micrometer and with 5 to 20% by volume of 9 nm reinforcing silicon oxide particles. Corrosion tests on aluminum and steel substrates showed that the metallic substrate is effectively protected and that the corrosion resistance does not change even if the coating is exposed to salt water for 100 hours. Paper includes a German-language abstract.

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