EuTronic® Arc Spray 4 HF

For anti-wear and anti-corrosion cold sprayed coatings - Designed to spray EuTronic® Arc Wires for best results

The EAS4 HF was developed to improve running costs, coating deposition and ease of maintenance. The Gun design has been upgraded with screw in tips for
ease replacement and redesigned air concentrator together with front wire guide give significant efficiency gains. The Arc Gun and the drive system are coupled to a 350 amp,
switched voltage power source. This power source features sealed electronics for excellent reliability in the harshest of spray environments. The wire feeder unit is neatly
mounted on the power source, leaving it free to swivel and follow the operator whilst spraying. There is no motor in the gun. Instead, the Gun 4 uses a patented
‘Synchrodrive’ system, where a single, sealed motor with a flexible drive arrangement, powers a reliable, positive drive push / pull up to a distance of 20 m. Graduated /quantifiable tensioner for the wire.

Technical data

  • Continuous operation at 350 amps for high productivity
  • Reliable Push Pull system for spraying up to 20 m in all positions
  • Allow complete use of all the wire, unlike push only system
  • New air cooled contact tubes with wear resistant tips
  • Double grooved feed rollers for double operation life
  • Robotic interface

EuTronic Arc is the highest productivity thermal spraying process. EuTronic Arc is an Arc Spray Process using a pair of wires which are melted by an electric arc. This molten material is atomised by compressed gas and propelled towards the workpiece to form a coating. EuTronic Arc is a cold spray process having the advantage of not requiring the use of oxygen, kerosene or a combustible gas which means more economic coatings. Low running costs, high spray rates and efficiency make it a good tool
for spraying extensive areas or a large number of parts.


Applications
  • Anti-wear coatings
  • Bridges (concrete and steel)
  • Cement works
  • Engineering bond coats
  • Mining
  • Offshore / oil & gas
  • Pulp and paper
  • Steel works
  • Shipbuilding / marine
  • Structural steelwork
  • Thermal power plants
  • Vessels and enclosures
  • Waste and recycling
  • Wind turbine towers, fences