using of LPG gas in hvof
06-30-2013, 10:18 AM,
#1
using of LPG gas in hvof
Dear Friends

I have question that because of problem to supply propane I want to use LPG gas but the pressure is low and to get only max 4 bar, is it possible to spray wc, crc, MCrAlY powder, and get good quality of coating structure?
thanks
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06-30-2013, 01:15 PM,
#2
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
Hi Mlavar
Yes you can use LPG as a gas and spray Wc,Crc . You will need to to increase the pressure of LPG by utilizing a vaporizer .you can find simple vaporizers over the net.
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07-01-2013, 06:55 PM,
#3
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
Hi.....
Take care with HVOF and gases, in order to has an acceptable coating you must use only gas and OEM parameters, or you must have expertise technical assistance. LPG, Methane, and other mixture gases, do not work well alone, to run the gun, you must ignite with hydrogen and after pass to the other gas, but work pressure could not be changed, because it is an-self. Last week I run an HVOF, with methane, to do that I lighted the torch with hydrogen and after closed it while begun to rise the methane flow, I performed this for an Aerothermodynamic Lab Aerospace University, but this could be done only from an expertise, be careful with gases.
Best regards
Luigi
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07-06-2013, 10:46 AM,
#4
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
(06-30-2013, 01:15 PM)raviswanadha Wrote: Hi Mlavar
Yes you can use LPG as a gas and spray Wc,Crc . You will need to to increase the pressure of LPG by utilizing a vaporizer .you can find simple vaporizers over the net.

Dear Raviswanadha
Hi
Thanks for your advice, is it possible to send me more information and specification about vaporizer, how can we prepare and if you have any manufacture or design drawing please send me,

Thanks
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02-05-2014, 06:35 AM,
#5
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
Quote:Dear Raviswanadha
Hi
Thanks for your advice, is it possible to send me more information and specification about vaporizer, how can we prepare and if you have any manufacture or design drawing please send me,

Thanks


Dear,

I think its too late to respond this thread I hope your problem has been solved though I would like to inform you that we are one of the leading manufacturer of hvof & other thermal spray coating equipments like arc spray, flame spray & plasma spray. Our hvof system can be operated with LPG & produce better results we do supply vaporizer alongwith our system.

Thanks

Jaydev Choudhary
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02-15-2014, 12:10 PM,
#6
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
(02-05-2014, 06:35 AM)Jaydev Choudhary Wrote:
Quote:Dear Raviswanadha
Hi
Thanks for your advice, is it possible to send me more information and specification about vaporizer, how can we prepare and if you have any manufacture or design drawing please send me,

Thanks


Dear,

I think its too late to respond this thread I hope your problem has been solved though I would like to inform you that we are one of the leading manufacturer of hvof & other thermal spray coating equipments like arc spray, flame spray & plasma spray. Our hvof system can be operated with LPG & produce better results we do supply vaporizer alongwith our system.

Thanks

Jaydev Choudhary

thanks Mr.Jaydev
please send me your vaporizer specifications and also price,
rhanks

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02-25-2014, 01:17 PM,
#7
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
Using of LPG gas in hvof is not good because its damage the products.
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02-26-2014, 10:13 AM,
#8
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
I really understand your problem, as that was the situation in Indonesia for many years. One of the challenges with LPG is that it is a commercial grade gas, a mixture of butane and propane. That mixture varies from country to country, and from month to month.

If your supplier can offer you a guaranteed supply of the LPG, with a fixed mixture ratio of propane and butane, then you might consider LPG. There are various suppliers of the vaporizers. However most specialize in Methane or Natural Gas.

If you can find and standardize on Methane, with a vaporizor, you will be better off.

Also, be very careful about the dirt and other debris in the lines......
Stephen James Booth
www.ipsteknokraft.com
www.teknokraft.com
Indonesia WhatsApp +6281905603262

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09-25-2015, 05:51 PM,
#9
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
(02-05-2014, 06:35 AM)Jaydev Choudhary Wrote:
Quote:Dear Raviswanadha
Hi
Thanks for your advice, is it possible to send me more information and specification about vaporizer, how can we prepare and if you have any manufacture or design drawing please send me,

Thanks


Dear,

I think its too late to respond this thread I hope your problem has been solved though I would like to inform you that we are one of the leading manufacturer of hvof & other thermal spray coating equipments like arc spray, flame spray & plasma spray. Our hvof system can be operated with LPG & produce better results we do supply vaporizer alongwith our system.

Thanks

Jaydev Choudhary

Dear Jaydev Chouldhary,

please quote me the vaporizer, I also have the same problem,

best regards,
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09-26-2015, 08:07 AM,
#10
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
A picture of the wccocr with methane.






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10-08-2015, 12:50 PM,
#11
RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
To increase the pressure of the LPG we use balloon heating by fan heater or heating belts.
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10-29-2018, 07:47 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-29-2018, 07:59 PM by Yod.)
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RE: using of LPG gas in hvof
(07-01-2013, 06:55 PM)loriolo Wrote: Last week I run an HVOF, with methane, to do that I lighted the torch with hydrogen and after closed it while begun to rise the methane flow
Hey. I need information on how to run HVOF (fuel gas-propane) on methane. Please give information.
1. Is your gun propane?
2. Which manufacturer.
3. What are the security requirements?
4. How to do it?
I will use for lighted propane
Thanks in advance

(09-26-2015, 08:07 AM)Joris Kraak Wrote: A picture of the wccocr with methane.

which gun do you work with methane?

specialists! Share your experience on how to use the HVOF propane gun on methane or hydrogen.
Thanks in advance
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