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High temperature coating using metallizing



(-----) 2005

I wanted to know whether there is any way to coat C.I. Surfaces to withstand up to 1000 degress centigrade by the process of metallizing where I cannot spray Stainless Steel as the pipe would be used in the presence of Fluorine Gas which reacts to the nickel in the S.S.

Regards

SHANTANU NEWAR
METALLIZING - CALCUTTA, WEST BENGAL, INDIA



2005

In my opinion, most any metal or alloy will react in the presence of fluorine gas at 1000 °C. Oxides, carbides, silicides, nitrides or cermets are out of the question. Probably not even gold could prove resistant due to temperature. Only platimun or iridium may be a possibility.

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico


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