Flame Spray Coating

Flame Spray Coating
Flame Spray Coating
Price And Quantity
  • Piece/Pieces
  • 1
  • Square Meter/Square Meters
Product Description

As a prominent enterprise, we are engaged in offering Flame Spray Coating services to our clients at competitive prices. We have a diligent team of professionals possessing immense experience in this domain thereby, enabling us to render offered services in the most effective manner. Under the most favorable conditions, the requisite equipment is coated with flame spray with utmost care and high precision. The rendered services make the coated equipment, impact and corrosion resistance. Widely demanded in agriculture and oil exploration industry, these Flame Spray Coating services are known for reliability, timeliness and flexibility.


  •  No VOC - Environment Friendly
  • High Coating Thickness Per Single Coat. (Up To 300 Microns)
  • In-Situ Application Possible
  • Wide Range of Thermoplastic Compositions to suit varied Applications
  • FDA Approved Products For Portable Water Storage Tanks


 Q: What is flame spray coating?

A: Flame spray coating is a thermal spray process in which a material is melted and atomized by a flame and then deposited onto a substrate to form a coating.

Q: What materials can be used for flame spray coating?

A: A wide range of materials can be used for flame spray coating, including metals (such as aluminum, zinc, and nickel), ceramics, and polymers.

Q: What are the benefits of flame spray coating?

A: The benefits of flame spray coating include improved wear resistance, corrosion protection, and increased surface hardness. Flame spray coating can also be used to repair damaged surfaces or to improve the performance of new components.

Q: What are the types of flame spray coating?

A: The two main types of flame spray coating are metal spray and ceramic spray. Metal spray is used for the application of metallic coatings, while ceramic spray is used for the application of ceramic or polymeric coatings.

Q: What are the disadvantages of flame spray coating?

A: The potential disadvantages of flame spray coating include the generation of heat and the potential for thermal damage to the substrate, as well as the need for specialized equipment and trained personnel. Additionally, the surface finish of the coating can be somewhat rough, which may require additional processing or finishing.

Trade Information
  • Cash Advance (CA), Cash in Advance (CID), Cheque
  • 10 Per Day
  • 1 Week
  • Western Europe, Middle East, Central America, Africa, South America, Australia, Asia, Eastern Europe, North America
  • All India
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C/O D.P. Rubber Pvt. Ltd., Survey No.65, Hissa No 2, Village Gates (B), Taluka Wada,, Palghar, Maharashtra, 421303, India
Phone :+918037401263