Spray Welding

Definition - What does Spray Welding mean?

Spray welding is a term used to classify several welding procedures in the form of thermal spraying. It is an industrial activity that involves atomizing and spraying a powder or wire onto a metal surface at a high velocity with compressed gas.

Corrosionpedia explains Spray Welding

Spray welding includes the use of industrial plasma, flame, detonation guns, arc sprays and high-velocity oxy fuel. Due to the significant heat produced during spray welding, procedures and regulations must be followed carefully and consistently to prevent harm to individuals and the environment.

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