2 2 INTRODUCTION Introducing H.C. Starck: Converting knowledge into successful products and applications requires the right materials; H.C. Starck s unique and comprehensive product portfolio offers the best-in-class choices worldwide. H.C. Starck is a leading international developer and manufacturer of high performance metals and ceramic powders, as well as fabricated metal and ceramic products. We serve a diversity of end-markets including electronics, energy, industrial engineering, medical, automotive, and aerospace. H.C. Starck s technology leadership, extensive production process knowledge, and materials expertise benefit our customers from efficient R&D application technology to fully integrated production supply chains. There are several key aspects which make H.C. Starck a strategic partner for customers. First, our ability to supply a unique combination of essential, and in some instances, rare intermediate materials in defined qualities and volumes, is especially exceptional. Complementing this is our accumulated knowledge and technical expertise in the processing of these materials and combined with H.C. Starck s innovative technology, we deliver product solutions for a full spectrum of applications. H.C. Starck tailors its products to match the customer s specifications by precisely controlling and adjusting characteristics including particle size, surface area, grain structure and consistency of the materials. Our technological excellence and well-established record of product innovation includes metal, ceramic and thermal spray powders. For more information on H.C. Starck, please visit
3 OVERVIEW 3 OVERVIEW High Quality Partnership 4 Application Engineering and Product Customization 5 Our Portfolio: Unique in Scope and Depth 6 Examples of Applications 7 Overspray Recycling 8 We take on Responsibility 10 AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection 11 AMPERIT OXIDES for wear protection, chemical resistance and heat protection 16 AMPERIT MCrAlYs for high temperature applications 19 AMPERIT MOLYBDENUM for automotive applications 21 AMPERIT PURE METALS, ALLOYS & OTHERS AIRCRAFT APPROVALS AND TURBINE SPECIFICATIONS Units 30
4 4 ADDED VALUE ADDED VALUE High Quality Partnership AMPERIT powders for thermal spraying are prime examples of the high standards we set for our products. In order to meet customers requirements in coating and coating processes, we pay particular attention to the specific requirements of controlled chemistry, precisely defined grain forms and morphologies, and adjusted particle size distribution. Our brand AMPERIT is known for reliable high quality and over forty years experience in the thermal spray market. Our two main manufacturing facilities for thermal spray powders located in Laufenburg and Goslar, Germany, offer a wide variety of production methods, which include fusing, crushing, sintering, agglomerating, blending, coating, gas and water atomization and plasma spheroidization. With a secure raw material supply chain and overspray recycling, we are able to deliver thermal spray powders with constant high quality and on a regular basis. Our proximity to our customers requirements and applications guides our business. Decades of experience have given us an understanding of how to develop new materials and recycling processes, and how to improve the products we provide to our customers. Comprehensive application engineering offers a unique advantage for AMPERIT products, ranging from powder development to complete coating solutions. H.C. Starck s experts provide customers with technical assistance and support, and a wealth of knowledge in materials and coating technology. Our product portfolio covers the markets needs for all major applications in Thermal Spraying: > > Carbides for wear and corrosion protection > > Oxides for wear, chemical and heat protection > > MCrAlYs for bond coats, corrosion and oxiddation protection in high temperature applications > > Molybdenum for industrial and automotive applications > > Other pure metals and alloys Our products are tailored for specific processes, such as products dedicated for HVAF and HVOF coatings.
5 ADDED VALUE 5 Application Engineering and Product Customization H.C. Starck s modern thermal spray and specialized metallographic laboratories represent top-quality application engineering. Modern, small-sized production facilities for agglomeration and sintering, and the latest atomization technology allow us to produce materials according to our customer s request. A pilot spray laboratory tests and optimizes products for customers and develops processing recommendations from the testing results. The plant is equipped with coating units for all major spraying processes. Corrosion, wear and cavitation tests assist in developing and completing coating solutions for various applications. Spraying equipment includes: > > HVOF (JP-5000, DJ Hybrid) > > Plasma (F4, 3/7/9 MB) > > Cold spray (Kinetiks 4000) > > Additional equipment (e.g. HVAF) is available on request Tests include: > > Corrosion tests (Salt Spray ASTM B117, Electrochemical Corrosion) > > Cavitation test > > Wear test (ASTM G65 method B, Pin on Disk, JIS H8503) > > Hardness tests (Micro-, Macrohardness) > > Bond Strength test > > Surface roughness test Standard powders are modified or new powders are designed in small production units. The ability to modify standard powders ensures fast and economic customization along with prompt testing on a smaller-scale basis. Innovative materials closely geared to market needs are also developed to offer unique solutions to meet even the most challenging requirements. Small scale production equipment includes: > > Small spray dryers > > Small sintering furnaces > > Mixing, milling and classification equipment > > Small atomizer (for metal and alloys)
6 6 ADDED VALUE Our Portfolio: Unique in Scope and Depth We offer a unique selection of high-quality materials and material combinations which are precise and reliable in quality. POWDER TYPE Fused and crushed Sintered and crushed Gas atomized Water atomized Dense coated Spheroidized Blended PROCESS Fusing in arc furnaces, followed by cooling and crushing Sintering of raw materials, crushing Spray drying of a suspension consisting of fine powders and organic binder and subsequent sintering Atomizing molten metal or alloy with high pressure gas (Ar, N 2 ) stream into a chamber Atomizing with water into a chamber and subsequent drying Reduction of a metal salt solution Feeding of agglomerates using a plasma flame to produce spherical shaped particles Mixing of 2 or more powders CHARACTE- RISTICS Blocky, irregular, dense Blocky, irregular, relatively dense Spherical, porous, constituents homogenously distributed Spherical, dense, high purity, low oxygen content Irregular, dense, increased oxygen content compared to gas atomized Blocky or irregular composite Spherical, porous or hollow, partly open (shells) Different morphologies, segregation possible EXAMPLES Al 2 ; Cr 2 ; ZrO 2 WC-Co; WC-CoCr WC-Co Cr; Cr 3 -NiCr; ZrO 2 MCrAlY; Ni-, Co-base alloys; NiAl NiCr; NiAl Ni-Graphite ZrO 2 NiSF + WC-Co; Mo + NiSF; Cr 3 -NiCr For more information regarding our product solutions, please visit where you can find our detailed Technical Bulletins and discover more about AMPERIT.
7 PROFOUND EXPERTISE 7 PROFOUND EXPERTISE Examples of Applications Customer-specific product solutions from H.C. Starck s unique product range are becoming increasingly indispensable for innovative applications and new markets. Gas Turbines for Aircraft and Power Generation High temperature corrosion and oxidation resistance for turbine blades through sprayed MCrAlY alloys; thermal barrier coatings made of ZrO 2 for turbine parts in the highest temperature zones; wear resistant coatings made of WC-Co, Cr 3 -NiCr; and abradable seals made of soft Ni-graphite for rotating parts are only some application examples of high quality AMPERIT powders in the very demanding turbine environment. Automotive Driven by the growing demand for safe, reliable, and fuel saving vehicles, the automotive industry develops and employs new processes and materials. Thermal spray powders can help reduce friction between piston rings and cylinder bores. Excellent examples are H.C. Starck s Mo + NiSF powders for piston rings, which reduce wear and friction in combustion engines. Pulp and Paper / Printing Wear resistance is required across the entire range of pulp and paper production, and is complicated by corrosion. H.C. Starck s ceramic or carbide wear-resistant coatings for paper machine cylinders and laser engravable Cr 2 coatings for printing rolls meet all necessary requirements of this industry. Oil & Gas High standards for wear, erosion, abrasion, and corrosion resistance are the main reasons why H.C. Starck s tungsten carbides, metals and alloys are highly used in the oil and gas industry. Our products make it possible for applications such as mud pump rotors, ball and gate valves, plungers, and piston rods to cope with extreme conditions such as high pressure from water and sub-sea environments as well as permanent NaCl exposure.
8 8 SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABILITY Overspray Recycling Two Challenges... > Raw Material Efficiency: For technical reasons, thermal spraying is associated with a relatively high volume of overspray. > Disposal: The recent regulatory requirements dictated by the thermal spraying industry regarding the handling and disposal of materials, scrap, and by-products have become stricter due to REACH* regulation. One Solution! > H.C. Starck s Overspray Recycling enhances the raw material efficiency in thermal spraying as it returns the overspray into its own tungsten and rhenium production. Here it is reprocessed into raw materials for our high-quality AMPERIT products. Collection, transportation and treatment are fully in line with legal provisions, contributing to the safe disposal of overspray. * REACH is a European Community Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 by the EU Parliament and Council from December 18, 2006, concerning the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals. It aims to regulate and control potential hazards and risks for human health and the environment associated with the production, import and use of chemicals within the European Union. The REACH regulation targets are important guidelines for H.C. Starck.
9 SUSTAINABILITY 9 Closed Loop: Sustainable Raw Material Usage Without Loss of Quality H.C. Starck s Closed Loop: Sustainable Raw Material Usage Without Loss of Quality The closed loop overspray recycling process is an integrated cycle that ensures a sustainable raw material usage. The chemical conversion of the overspray and its reprocessing in H.C. Starck s own tungsten and rhenium production, eliminates any impact of the recycling process on our excellent product quality. In this way, we contribute to stabilizing the raw material supply and preserving our natural resources. Thermal Treatment > Conversion Chemical Decomposition > Purification Raw Material for AMPERIT -Production H.C. Starck Technological Expertise Tungsten and Rhenium Overspray Overspray Spray Shop / OEM Thermal Spraying High-Quality AMPERIT - Powders OEM Our Closed Loop ensures both Highest Quality & Environmental Responsibility H.C. Starck provides its customers all necessary support to handle overspray materials in sustainable way and in conformity with legal requirements. Through cost-efficient, fast material analysis and value assessment, support in handling and transportation, as well as efficient processes with its own W and Re production, H.C. Starck offers an economical, sustainable and highly competitive overspray recycling service to its customers.
10 10 SUSTAINABILITY We take on Responsibility New Green Carbides for Improved Occupational Health & Safety Cobalt containing carbide powders, such as WC-Co and WC-Co-Cr, have been developed with varying chemistries, carbide sizes, nd production methods. These powders are widely used for wear, erosion, and corrosion protection in many industrial fields. However, for decades it has been well-known in the hard metal industry that hard metals containing WC and Co in breathable dust form can provoke severe lung diseases, if inhaled. With our AMPERIT 618 we have created a WC-based product with a Cobalt- (Co) and Nickel- (Ni) free matrix, which in contact with air and humidity produces no aggressive or harmful oxygen radicals. Moreover, it has excellent corrosion and erosion, as well as abrasion and cavitation, resistance. Our environmental-friendly AMPERIT 618 meets all the requirements for WC-based spray powders, and reduces health and environmental hazards at the same time. AMPERIT 618 has been specially developed for the deposition by HVOF systems. The density and the wear resistance of the coatings are comparable to WC-Co 88/12. In aqueous NaCl based media both corrosion resistance and emissions of metal matrix ions of AMPERIT 618 are superior to WC-Co-Cr 86/10/4. In addition to our AMPERIT thermal spray powders, we also offer a broad range of atomized metal powders under the brand name AMPERSINT for various technologies, like Additive Manufacturing, Hot Isostatic Pressing, Press&Sintering, Metal Injection Molding as well as special powder solutions for welding applications (PTA, Laser Cladding) under brand name AMPERWELD. Contact us to learn more about our powder capabilities.
11 CARBIDES 11 AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications HVAF 45/15 30/5 WC-Co-Cr ( 1-6 ) 86/10/4 and sintered /5 45/15 WC-Co ( 1-6 ) 88/12 (Low Carbon) HVOF, HVAF Nanometric WC For nano structured coatings with superior surface finish For applications in paper and foil industry HVOF Coarse WC C: % Spherical Used for Zn bath rolls in Continuous Galvanizing Lines (CGL) /22 WC-Co ( 1-6 ) /45 88/12 Sintered /15 and crushed MTS AMS PWA 1302 ( 1-4 ) ( 7 ) BMS Type PM PM DMS 2049 Type 2 Very coarse WC C: % Hard, dense coatings with good abrasion, erosion and sliding wear resistance Used for machine parts, etc /22 WC-Co ( 1-6 ) /45 88/ HVAF / / / / GE B50TF27 Cl.A GE B50TF27 Cl.B PM HVOF, APS, HVAF Medium WC Max. operating temperature 500 C Hard, dense coatings with good abrasion, erosion and sliding wear resistance Smooth coatings with fine microstructure and high bond strengths Low oxidation and corrosion resistance Used for general wear, paper rolls, wire drawing equipment, fan and compressor blades, pump seals and housing, machine parts, etc HVAF WC-Co ( 1-6 ) /5 88/ / / /5 WC-Co ( 1-6 ) /10 83/ / / MTS MSRR 9507/ MSRR 9507/69 HVOF, HVAF Fine WC Higher apparent density Designed for kerosene guns See AMPERIT 518 HVOF, APS Coarse WC Max. operating temperature 500 C Higher ductility than WC-Co 88/12 due to higher Co content Hard, dense coatings with low sliding wear and high impact resistance Protection against fretting and abrasion Low oxidation and corrosion resistance Used in aviation applications (fan and compressor blades, mid-span stiffeners, flap tracks, etc.), extrusion dies, glass industry, paper mill rolls, pump parts, wire drawing equipment, etc.
12 12 CARBIDES AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications PWA WC-Co ( 1-6 ) 83/ DMR DMR HVOF, APS Coarse WC Max. operating temperature 500 C Higher ductility than WC-Co 88/12 due to higher Co content Hard, dense coatings with low sliding wear and high impact resistance Protection against fretting and abrasion Low oxidation and corrosion resistance Used in aviation applications (fan and compressor blades, mid-span stiffeners, flap tracks, etc.), extrusion dies, glass industry, paper mill rolls, pump parts, wire drawing equipment, etc DHMS C4.19 WC-Co ( 1-6 ) 83/ BMS Type DMS 2049 Type 5 HVOF, APS Coarse WC Max. operating temperature 500 C Higher ductility than WC-Co 88/12 due to higher Co content Hard, dense coatings with low sliding wear and high impact resistance Protection against fretting and abrasion Low oxidation and corrosion resistance Used in turbine applications (mid-span stiffeners, fan blades, flap tracks, etc.), extrusion dies, glass industry, paper mill rolls, pump parts, wire drawing equipment, etc GE B50TF295 Cl.A WC-Co ( 1-6 ) See AMPERIT /10 WC-NiMoCrFeCo ( 2, 7, 9, 10 ) 82/ /15 HVOF Medium WC Alternative to WC-CoCr For very dense and ductile coatings with good abrasion, erosion and sliding wear resistance Excellent corrosion resistance in seawater, diluted mineral and organic acids Used for parts applied in marine environments, petrochemical and off-shore applications, etc /15 WC-WB-Co ( 1-6 ) 60/30/10 HVOF Medium WC Wear and corrosion protection in molten metal Used for Zn bath rolls in Continuous Galvanizing Lines (CGL) See also AMPERIT /15 53/20 (2, 9, 10) WC-Ni 88/12 HVOF Fine WC Max. operating temperature 500 C Higher corrosion resistance than WC-Co and better ductility /5 45/15 (2, 9, 12) WC-CrC-Ni 73/20/ /20 HVOF Fine WC Max. operating temperature 750 C Higher oxidation and corrosion resistance than pure WC-Ni-based coatings Smooth coatings with fine microstructure and high bond strengths Used for gate valves, etc.
13 CARBIDES 13 AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications /5 WC-Co-Cr ( 1-6 ) 86/10/ /5 Sintered and crushed / /15 HVOF, HVAF, APS Medium WC C: 5-6 % Max. operating temperature 500 C CoCr matrix shows higher corrosion and abrasion resistance than Co matrix Useable in water based solutions and wet corrosive environments Hard chrome replacement Used for rolls, ball valves, oil field equipment, etc /5 45/15 WC-Co-Cr ( 1-6 ) 86/10/4 HVOF, HVAF Sub-micron WC Extremely smooth surface finish achievable See AMPERIT HVAF WC-Co-Cr ( 1-6 ) 86/10/ /5 and sintered / /15 HVOF, HVAF Medium WC For coatings on valve components working in high pressure and salt water environments, e.g. in submarine oil&gas fields For cavitation resistance coatings and impact tolerance, e.g. on hydroturbine runners For ductile coatings on strained and stressed machine parts, e.g. blades, knives See AMPERIT HVAF WC-Co-Cr ( 1-6 ) 86/10/ / / / /20 HVOF, HVAF Fine WC Max. operating temperature 500 C CoCr matrix shows higher corrosion and abrasion resistance than Co matrix Useable in water based solutions and wet corrosive environments Smooth coatings with fine microstructure and high bond strengths Hard chrome replacement Used for paper rolls, gate and ball valves, hydraulic cylinders, compressor shafts, mud pump rotors /10 63/32 WC-Co ( 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10 ) NiSF 50/50 Blended, HVOF Protection against erosion and abrasion Used for glass mold plungers, pump plungers and sleeves, extrusion screws, steel mill rolls, etc /5 TiC Sintered and crushed VPS/LPPS Dense particles Hard and wear resistant coatings Component for blends /15 (2, 9, 10) (Fe,Cr)C-FeNiCrSi 70/30 HVOF Max. operating temperature 870 C Good sliding properties for machine parts, piston rods, and hard chrome replacement PWA 1304 Cr 3 Sintered and crushed PWA 1306 Dense particles Max. operating temperature 870 C Usually blended with metals or alloys Hard and wear resistant coatings
14 14 CARBIDES AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications /22 45/10 (2, 9, 10) Cr 3 -NiCr 75/ / GE B50A845 HVOF Medium carbide Max. operating temperature 870 C For dense oxidation and erosion resistant coatings Good cavitation resistance Hot gas corrosion resistant Used for valve stems, turbine components, fuel rod mandrels, etc BMS 1067 Type /5 (2, 9, 10) Cr 3 -NiCr 75/ MSRR 9507/2 Blended MSRR 9507/ PWA 1307, HVOF Coarse dense carbide Max. operating temperature 870 C Good oxidation, abrasion, particle erosion, fretting and cavitation resistance Hot gas corrosion resistant Used in pump housing, machine parts, hydraulic valves, tooling, hot forming dies, etc AMS PM /22 45/10 (2, 9, 10) Cr 3 -NiCr 80/20 HVOF Max. operating temperature 870 C See AMPERIT 584 Higher hardness than 75/25 ratio 587 On request Cr 3 -NiCr 65/ HVAF 45/15 (2, 9, 10) Cr 3 -NiCr 75/ /20 HVOF Max. operating temperature 870 C Lower hardness than 75/25 ratio HVOF, HVAF Max. operating temperature 870 C See AMPERIT 584 Designed for kerosene guns / HVAF 45/15 Cr 3 -NiCr HVOF, HVAF Max. operating temperature 870 C Designed for higher deposition efficiency compared to AMPERIT 588 in kerosene guns GE B50TF281 Cl.A (2, 9, 10) Cr 3 -NiCr 90/10 Sintered and crushed HVOF Max. operating temperature 870 C Erosion resistant coatings for aircraft tubine applications /15 (1-6, 9, 10) Cr 3 -CoNiCrAlY 75/25 HVOF, APS Max. operating temperature 870 C Special product for heath rolls in steel industry
15 CARBIDES 15 AMPERIT CARBIDES for wear protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications /5 38/10 Cr 3 -NiCrMoNb 50/ /15 HVOF, HVAF Matrix similar to Nickel Superalloy 625 For dense oxidation and erosion resistant coatings Good cavitation resistance Hot gas corrosion resistant /45 Mo 2 C /15 C: % Hard ingredient in powder blends for sliding wear protection Green Carbides 45/15 WC-FeCrAl 85/15 HVOF Wear resistant coating with Ni- and Co-free metallic binder, replacement for WC-Co or WC-Ni H.C. Starck offers unique Amperit coating solutions with customized powder properties and spray parameters for the demanding requirements of both oil&gas and hydro power applications, such as gate- and ball valves, landing gears, hydro power turbines, mud rotors, etc. The Amperit coating solution powders enable superior dense, crack free, and gastight coatings as well as coatings with superior cavitation resistance. Our powders linked with our unique application expertise provide integrated solutions for our customers, which fullfil the specific requirements of OEM coating specifications. Contact us directly under to learn more about our tailor-made powder and coating solutions. Hazards identification in Advertising (REGULATION (EC) No 1272/2008 Article 48): (1) Resp. Sens. 1; (2) Skin Sens. 1; (3) Eye Irrit. 2; (4) Repr. 2; (5) Aquatic Acute 1; (6) Aquatic Chronic 1; (7) Aquatic Chronic 2; (8) Aquatic Chronic 3; (9) Carc. 2; (10) STOT RE 1; (11) Acute Tox. 3; (12) STOT RE 2. The values on above table are typical values and do not constitute a specification. Additional materials and grain sizes as well as high purity oxides for electronic applications are available on request. Product data sheets are available for download at
16 16 OXIDES AMPERIT OXIDES for wear protection, chemical resistance and heat protection AMPERIT OXIDES for wear protection, chemical resistance and heat protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications /5 45/22 Cr % Fused and crushed CPW 320 Hard, corrosion and wear resistant ceramic coatings Insoluble in acids, alkalis and alcohol Used for anilox rolls in printing machines, pump seals areas, wear rings, etc / / / /5 45/22 Cr % Fused and crushed /10 Rounded particle shape See AMPERIT / / / /10 Cr 2 -TiO 2 75/25 Fused and crushed /15 Max. operating temperature 540 C Lower hardness but better toughness than pure Cr 2 coatings Used in wear applications where more toughness is needed /10 Cr 2 -TiO 2 -SiO 2 92/3/5 Blended /15 Hard, dense and wear resistant coatings Good corrosion resistance Higher mechanical shock resistance than pure Cr /5 Al 2 Fused and crushed / / /5 Max. operating temperature 1650 C Resistant against corrosion, abrasion, erosion and sliding wear Excellent dielectric properties Stable in most acids and alkalis / < MTS MSRR 9507/ PWA /22 30/5 Al 2 -TiO 2 97/3 Fused and crushed / MTS 1059 Max. operating temperature 1100 C Grey alumina for use as corrosion, abrasion, erosion and sliding wear resistant coatings Typical applications in textile machines for guiding and handling of thread, rolls in paper industry, etc MTS GE A50TF87 Cl.A
17 OXIDES 17 AMPERIT OXIDES for wear protection, chemical resistance and heat protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications GE A50TF87 Cl.B Al 2 -TiO₂ PWA /3 Fused and crushed DMR PM Max. operating temperature 1100 C Grey alumina for use as corrosion, abrasion, erosion and sliding wear resistant coatings Typical applications in textile machines for guiding and handling of thread, rolls in paper industry, etc PM /5 Al 2 -TiO₂ /22 87/13 Blended / /22 Al 2 -TiO₂ 60/ /5 Blended /5 Max. operating temperature 540 C Compared with AMPERIT 742 less hard and corrosion resistant Max. operating temperature 540 C Lower hardness compared to AMPERIT 742 and 744 Wear and erosion resistant Good grindability Polished coatings with reduced wettability Used in textile industry, household applications (pans), etc /5 AI 2 -ZrO 2 60/40 Fused and crushed High Toughness Good abrasion and erosion resistance /22 TiO₂ /45 Fused and crushed (Black) / / /16 ZrO 2 80/ /20 Moderate wear resistance compared with Al 2 or Al 2 -TiO x Soluble in alkalis and sulfuric acid Decorative black coatings Slightly conductive Max. operating temperature 1150 C Used for thermal barrier coatings, protection of graphite sheets, etc /5 ZrO /22 93/7 Fused and crushed MTS 1198 (White) Blocky particle shape For dense and vertically cracked coatings MTS MSRR 9507/ /45 ZrO 2 93/ / / MTS 1352 Max. operating temperature 1320 C Color yellow Very good thermal shock resistance and thermal insulating properties Hot corrosion resistant Used for thermal barrier coatings in aircraft, stationary gas turbines and engine applications like combustion liners and airfoils, etc. Highest coating porosity achievable (only for A ) for DVC's (non columnar) (only for A )
18 18 OXIDES AMPERIT OXIDES for wear protection, chemical resistance and heat protection AMPERIT OXIDES for wear protection, chemical resistance and heat protection AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications GE A50TF278 Cl.A GE A50TF278 Cl.B PWA 1375 ZrO 2 93/ GE A50A GE A50A558 Max. operating temperature 1320 C Color yellow Very good thermal shock resistance and thermal insulating properties Hot corrosion resistant Used for thermal barrier coatings in aircraft, stationary gas turbines and engine applications like combustion liners and airfoils, etc GE A50TF278 Cl.C PM PM PM DGTLV PWA ZrO 2 88/12 Max. operating temperature 1150 C Good thermal barrier properties /45 90/16 45/10 ZrO 2 93/7 Plasma spherodized HOSP GE A50TF278 Cl.B DMR GE A50TF278 Cl.C 831 DGTLV Max. operating temperature 1320 C Color white, low impurities Good thermal insulating properties Hot corrosion resistant Used for thermal barrier coatings in aircraft and stationary gas turbines /16 Y / /5 Stable at high temperatures Heat resistant in aggressive atmospheres Used for protection of graphite sheets in the hard metal industry Max. operating temperature in air 2200 C (on graphite 1550 C) /15 LSM20 Used for protective coatings on Cr containing interconnectors (SOFC) /10 (1, 8) MCF Used for protective coatings on Cr containing interconnectors (SOFC) Availability only to OEM approved users Hazards identification in Advertising (REGULATION (EC) No 1272/2008 Article 48): (1) Resp. Sens. 1; (2) Skin Sens. 1; (3) Eye Irrit. 2; (4) Repr. 2; (5) Aquatic Acute 1; (6) Aquatic Chronic 1; (7) Aquatic Chronic 2; (8) Aquatic Chronic 3; (9) Carc. 2; (10) STOT RE 1; (11) Acute Tox. 3; (12) STOT RE 2. The values on above table are typical values and do not constitute a specification. Additional materials and grain sizes as well as high purity oxides for electronic applications are available on request. Product data sheets are available for download at
19 MCrAlYs 19 AMPERIT MCrAlYs as bond coat and as corrosion protection for high temperature applications AMPERIT MCrAlYs as bond coat and as corrosion protection for high temperature applications AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications /22 (1-6, 9, 10) NiCoCrAlYHfSi / / / /22 NiCoCrAlY ( 1-6, 9, 10 ) PWA PWA , HVOF, VPS (LPPS) Max. operating temperature 1050 C (VPS) or 850 C (APS) Stable at high temperatures in hot corrosive or oxidizing environments Used as bond coats for TBCs, etc., HVOF, VPS (LPPS) Max. operating temperature 850 C Stable at high temperatures in hot corrosive or oxidizing environments Used on turbine blades, etc PM /22 NiCrAlY / /45, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) Stable at high temperatures in hot corrosive or oxidizing environments Used on turbine blades, etc GE B50TF192 Cl.A PM GE B50AG5 CoNiCrAlY ( 1-6, 9, 10 ) / /45, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) Max. operating temperature 1050 C (VPS) or 850 C (APS) Stable at high temperatures in hot corrosive or oxidizing environments Used as bond coats for TBCs, etc / MTS MTS GE B50TF195 Cl.A PM SL-30 MCrAlY ( 1-4, 7, 9, 10 ) Proprietary 418 SV-20 MCrAlY SH-20 Proprietary SL * 45/22 NiCoCrAlTaReY ( 1-6, 9, 10) * 38/ MTS 1351, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) MCrAlY for stationary gas turbine applications Availability only to OEM approved users, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) MCrAlY for stationary gas turbine applications Availability only to OEM approved users, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) Max. operating temperature 1050 C (VPS) or 850 C (APS) Ta and Re containing MCrAlY for improved hot gas corrosion resistance GE B50TF242 Cl.A GE B50TF242 Cl.B ( 1-4, 7-9 ) GE B50TF242 Cl.C ( 1-4, 7-9 ) * not for US 422 Sicoat 2231 MCrAlY ( 1-6, 9, 10) Proprietary, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) MCrAlY for stationary gas turbine applications Availability only to OEM approved users
20 20 MCrAlYs AMPERIT MCrAlYs as bond coat and as corrosion protection for high temperature applications AMPERIT MCrAlYs as bond coat and as corrosion protection for high temperature applications AMPERIT Grain Size in µm or Specification Chemistry / Powder Type Typical Properties and Applications 428 Sicoat 2453 MCrAlY ( 1-6, 9, 10 ) Proprietary, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) MCrAlY for stationary gas turbine applications Availability only to OEM approved users 429 Sicoat 2464 MCrAlY ( 1-6, 9, 10) Proprietary, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) MCrAlY for stationary gas turbine applications Availability only to OEM approved users 436 SV 349 MCrAlY ( 1-6, 9, 10) Proprietary SL 349, HVOF, VPS (LPPS) MCrAlY for stationary gas turbine applications Availability only to OEM approved users /22 CoCrAlYTaCSi ( 1-6 ) /45, HVOF Max. operating temperature 1050 C Excellent build-up resistance Used on furnace rolls in steel sheet annealing /22 CoCrAlYTaCSi-Al 2 ( 1-6 ) 90/10 Blended /10 Max. operating temperature 1050 C Excellent build-up resistance Better wear resistance than AMPERIT 469 Used on furnace rolls in steel sheet annealing /15 CoCrAlYTaCSi-Al 2 ( 1-6 ) 90/10 HVOF (gas fueled) Max. operating temperature 1050 C Homogeneous distribution of fine Al 2 particles Excellent build-up resistance Good wear resistance at high temperature and thermal shock resistance Used on furnace rolls in steel sheet annealing Hazards identification in Advertising (REGULATION (EC) No 1272/2008 Article 48): (1) Resp. Sens. 1; (2) Skin Sens. 1; (3) Eye Irrit. 2; (4) Repr. 2; (5) Aquatic Acute 1; (6) Aquatic Chronic 1; (7) Aquatic Chronic 2; (8) Aquatic Chronic 3; (9) Carc. 2; (10) STOT RE 1; (11) Acute Tox. 3; (12) STOT RE 2. The values on above table are typical values and do not constitute a specification. Additional materials and grain sizes are available on request. Product data sheets are available for download at
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