The world of training and development is changing. New technologies have proven to extend and enhance the learning experience and are now an essential part of the approaches we use to design and deliver effective training and support.
At our company, we are committed to using the latest technology to provide our customers with the best possible products and services. We understand that technology can be intimidating, which is why we want to take the time to explain and introduce you to the technology that we use.
On this page, you will find detailed information about the technology that we use in our facilities, including how it works and the benefits it provides. We believe that by sharing this information with you, we can help you better understand how we operate and how we can help you.
If you have any questions or would like more information about our technology, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to help and look forward to hearing from you soon!
◉ Method of production by atomization of irregular and spherical shape powders are two different ways of producing metal powders
Atomization of irregular metal powder involves melting a metal and then spraying it through a nozzle into a liquid medium, which then solidifies into small droplets. These droplets are then collected and processed into powder form. This process can result in irregularly shaped particles, as the droplets may not form perfect spheres.
On the other hand, spherical metal powder is produced by a different method called gas atomization. In this process, a high-pressure gas is used to atomize a molten metal stream, resulting in small droplets that solidify into spherical particles due to surface tension forces. This process produces uniform, spherical particles with a narrow size distribution.
The choice between these two methods depends on the desired properties of the final product. Irregular metal powders may have a higher surface area and rougher surface texture, which can be desirable for certain applications, such as coatings or sintering. Spherical metal powders, on the other hand, tend to have better flowability and packing characteristics, which can be advantageous for powder metallurgy applications or additive manufacturing processes.
◉ What is Brazing?
Brazing is a joining process that uses a filler metal to join two or more metal parts together. The filler metal has a lower melting point than the base metals being joined, and the process typically involves heating the parts to be joined and melting the filler metal so that it flows between the parts by capillary action. Once the filler metal cools and solidifies, it creates a strong, permanent bond between the parts.
Brazing is commonly used in the manufacturing of a wide variety of products, including plumbing and HVAC systems, automotive parts, and aerospace components. It is often preferred over other joining methods, such as welding or soldering, because it can join dissimilar metals and does not melt the base metals being joined, which can help preserve the properties of the metals.
The success of brazing relies on several factors, such as proper selection of the filler metal, appropriate joint design and preparation, and precise control of the temperature and heating time during the process.