Coating on Boiler tube in Coal Fired Power Plan by using Tafa wire 97MXC
04-12-2016, 04:04 AM
|Coating on Boiler tube in Coal Fired Power Plan by using Tafa wire 97MXC
we need any references in application of Coating on Boiler tube in Coal Fired Power Plan by using Tafa wire 97MXC, especially for resistance against crack while the temperature from 1400 dec C down to room temperature, just for 500 micron of thickness , any experiences of this wires has been used in that condition without any cracks ?
Your any share information were much appreciated..
Thanks and regards,
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04-23-2016, 05:48 AM
|RE: Coating on Boiler tube in Coal Fired Power Plan by using Tafa wire 97MXC
I would like to broaden the discussion to cover the selection of alloys and processes for the protection of coal fired boilers:
Since this has been done for many years in USA, Europe and China, it seems like this should not be Intellectual property, but rather open source information. Can any one openly provide information on the selection of coating material, process and technique for coal fired boilers.
I have seen the following offered:
Self Fluxing Alloys
TAFA 95 MXC, Tafa 97 MXC and equivalents
I understand HVOF, HVAF, Arc, Sprayfuse, Laser, GTAW are among the processes, as well as PTA, and GMAW
Also under considerati0on is the environmental aspects, economic aspects:
a) operating temperature, pressure
b) Boiler type, materials, country of origin, design, age
c) Coal Composition
d) Operating cycle
etc. Is there an open source of information on the path to solutions?
Of course after this incenderators, MFB .....
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