Protecting mission-critical parts from overspray and splash can be a challenge when thermal spraying is needed. DeWAL thermal spray solutions protect parts even in the most unrelenting bombardments, no matter what the angle of spray, the base metal, the temperature or the substrate. DeWAL Thermal, Plasma and HVOF tapes are free of carbonizing materials and form a protective mask for metal or ceramic plasma spraying, arc spraying, HVOF and grit blasting. Engineered to aggressively adhere, DeWAL thermal spray masking tapes ensure sharp edges but remove quickly and cleanly. These products are available in single- and double-ply options. Our double-ply tapes perform in the most severe applications, providing an economical solution to multi-layer masking.

DETAILS

When thermal spraying is required, shielding mission-critical components from overspray and splash might be difficult. No matter the spray angle, base metal, temperature, or substrate, thermal spray solutions shield components from even the most relentless bombardments.  Thermal, Plasma, and HVOF tapes create a protective mask for metal or ceramic plasma spraying, arc spraying, HVOF, and grit blasting and are devoid of carbonising components.  Thermal spray masking tapes are designed to aggressively attach, guarantee sharp edges, and remove swiftly and thoroughly. There are single- and double-ply versions of these items available. Our double-ply tapes provide a cost-effective alternative to multi-layer masking even in the most demanding situations.

Specifications

 

Single Ply

Product Number Backing Backing Thickness Adhesive Adhesion oz/in Engine Manufacturer Approvals Max Temp ℃
DW407 Aluminum Foil / Glass Fabric 5 Mil Silicone 63 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4235
Rolls-Royce Aero Repair OMAT2/205
Lockheed Martin J505
260℃
DW411 Aluminum Foil / Glass Fabric 7 Mil Silicone 74 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4235
Rolls-Royce OMAT2/96L
General Electric C10-12
260℃
DW468-7 Glass Fabric 5 Mil Silicone 30 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4614
Rolls-Royce Aero Repair OMAT2/204
260℃
DW497 Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric 9 Mil Silicone 43 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4458
Rolls-Royce OMAT2/96L
General Electric C10-12
260℃
DW500 Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric 9 Mil Silicone 49 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4630 PMC 4295
Rolls-Royce OMAT2/96M
General Electric C10-12
260℃
DW500R Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric 9 Mil Silicone 49 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4630
Rolls-Royce OMAT2/96M
260℃

Double Ply

Product Number Backing Backing Thickness Adhesive Adhesion oz/in Engine Manufacturer Approvals Max Temp ℃
DW496 Foil / Glass Cloth 15 Mil Silicone 63 General Electric C10-12 260℃
DW498 Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric / Foil 21 Mil Silicone 63 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4480
General Electric C10-12
260℃
DW500-10 Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric 16 Mil Silicone 53 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4630
Rolls-Royce OMAT2/96M
260℃
DW504 Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric 28 Mil Silicone 52 200℃

HVOF

Product Number Backing Backing Thickness Adhesive Adhesion oz/in Engine Manufacturer Approvals Max Temp ℃
DW411 Aluminum Foil / Glass Fabric 7 Mil Silicone 74 Pratt & Whitney PMC 4235
Rolls-Royce OMAT2/96L
General Electric C10-12
260℃
DW500-40 Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric 42 Mil Silicone 57 260℃
DW501 Silicone Rubber / Glass Fabric / AL Foil / Glass Fabric 24 Mil Silicone 76 FAA Regulations GE-Standard Practices Rolls-Royce OMAT2/96M 260℃
DW503 Copper Foil / Glass Cloth 36 Mil Silicone 25 260℃

 

APPLICATIONS

Components, parts, and equipment are protected by protective coatings from extremes, notably the weather and temperatures. Because they can perform a variety of tasks, thermal sprayed coatings are frequently used on aeroplanes. Things that have been thermal sprayed with a protective coating will be less affected by humidity, rain, and other environmental factors. Another industry that commonly employs these coatings is the automobile sector.

Resurfacing

Reclamation and re-engineering of a wide range of rotating and moving components from equipment that is prone to wear, corrosion, or erosion, including machines of various shapes and sizes. Arc spray, flame spray, or high velocity oxygen furnace (HVOF) systems are used for this to spray steels, nickel alloys, carbides, stainless alloys, bronzes, copper, and many other materials.

Enhanced surface properties

Provides additional benefits of enhanced surface properties. Such as dielectric coatings, release coatings and traction coatings.

Erosion & Corrosion Resistant

A wide variety of components that operate in harsh settings where erosive forces like heat, corrosion, wear, and abrasion work together to shorten component life are covered with thermal sprayed coatings.

Thermal spray tapes

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