Machining Methods

Features of Teflon Spray Machining

Teflon spraying process brings the benefits of the surface of the working parts. To a certain extent, Teflon spraying brings quality and safety assurance to the workpiece. The main reason is that Teflon spraying can make the surface of the workpiece wear-resistant and resistant. Various special properties such as heat, corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, sealing, lubrication, insulation, radiation and room radiation.

Metal spraying methods in Teflon machining include: arc spraying, plasma spraying and other two more commonly used spraying methods. The two methods are described in detail below. In the high-temperature surface treatment process, when certain gases such as nitrogen, argon, and helium pass through a compressed arc, they are ionized to form an electrically neutral plasma (the fourth state of matter except gas, liquid, and solid). The energy concentration temperature of the plasma arc is very high, and the temperature of its flame stream is above 10,000 degrees, which can melt all solid engineering materials. The process of using this high-temperature plasma as the heat source to melt the coating material to prepare the coating is plasma spraying. Plasma spraying is one of the more commonly used methods in the thermal spraying process.

The method is particularly suitable for spraying various spraying materials such as high melting point ceramics, refractory metals and cermets. The main characteristics of Teflon spray processing are high coating efficiency, economic safety, low pollution, and fully automated management. The mechanized conveying air suspension system and the whole work piece conveying system of the ground non-slip coating production line run smoothly, quickly and conveniently. It uses a combination of PLC control and programming, and performs programming control according to the actual requirements of the production process. Teflon spray machining is an automatic spraying equipment, which solves the problems of high labor intensity, low efficiency, large number of people, unstable coating quality, poor uniformity, and waste of coatings in the existing construction personnel controlling the spraying machine to spray.

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