After applying a metal coating (typically nickel-based) by flame thermal spraying with a thickness of 1-3 mm, we remelt the coating. We heat the entire component to 1,000 to 1,100 °C. The coating is melted and a diffusion joint is formed (metallurgical bonding between the coating and the base material). The resulting coatings are resistant to dynamic line and point load and their application is very broad. Key applications are in most engineering sectors, in primary production, repair and renovation.
Remelted coatings are used in unique applications - especially in heavy duty operations such as foundries and smelters, in paper industry, etc.