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Key Features and Benefits of PTAW:

  • Versatile Alloy Compatibility: From soft alloys to medium and high hardness materials, including carbide composites, PTAW accommodates a wide range of filler materials to meet specific property enhancements.
  • Advanced Welding Technique: Employing a constricted high-energy plasma arc, PTAW ensures a metallurgically bonded overlay with exceptional fusion and superior corrosion properties compared to mechanically bonded alternatives.
  • Customizable Material Properties: Whether the goal is to improve wear resistance, mechanical strength, or corrosion resistance, PTAW can be tailored to achieve desired outcomes, making it a flexible solution for industry-specific needs.

Why Choose Mythri Metallizing for PTAW Services?

At Mythri Metallizing, our expertise in Plasma Transferred Arc Welding places us at the forefront of surface engineering solutions. Our state-of-the-art PTAW technology, combined with a team of skilled professionals, enables us to provide our clients with coatings that offer unmatched durability and performance. Partner with us to leverage the transformative power of PTAW for your components, and experience the pinnacle of welding innovation.

Discover the advantages of Plasma Transferred Arc Welding with Mythri Metallizing. Contact us today to explore how our PTAW services can elevate the performance and lifespan of your metallic materials.

Plasma Transferred Arc Welding is a thermal process for applying wear and corrosion resistant layers on surfaces of metallic materials. It is a versatile method of depositing highquality metallurgically fused deposits on a wide range of base materials from carbon steel to exotics like non-mag super austenitic and nickel alloys. Soft alloys, medium and high hardness materials, and carbide composites can be used to achieve diverse properties such as improved mechanical strength, wear resistance, galling resistance, and corrosion resistance..

The welding process employs a constricted high-energy plasma arc between a non-consumable electrode and the base material, creating a molten weld pool. Filler material is introduced in either a wire form, which is fed into the back of the weld pool, or in powder form, which is fed through the torch and introduced to the welding arc above the weld pool. This process produces a metallurgically bonded overlay that has better fusion and corrosion properties than mechanically bonded processes.

How Plasma Transferred Arc Welding Works:

Plasma Transferred Arc Welding utilizes a non-consumable electrode to generate a concentrated plasma arc, melting the base material and creating a weld pool. Filler material, introduced in wire or powder form, is precisely fed into the weld pool or the welding arc, resulting in a dense, fully fused coating that significantly enhances the surface properties of the substrate.

Applications and Industries Served:

The PTAW process is instrumental in sectors demanding high-performance coatings, such as aerospace, automotive, energy, petrochemical, and marine industries. Its application spans from repairing critical components to enhancing the surface properties of new parts, ensuring longevity and reliability under harsh operational conditions.