MOGUL METALLIZING GMBH covers a wide range of consumables used in thermal spraying. On the base of decades of experience paired with ongoing innovation we manufacture products which are of very high quality.

Besides the below mentioned standard consumables we offer special materials made to customer requirements.

Powders for Powder-Fuse-Welding (for example MOGUL XS 7). So called “Hot-Spray-Powders” Powder-Fuse-welding is a process where a so called self-fluxing powder (mainly Ni-base powders are used) is welded on a work-piece using an acetylene-oxygen flame.

Flame-Spray-Wires for Wire-Flame-Spraying. Wire-Flame-Spraying is a process where a consumable in wire-form (also cords are spray-able) is molten in an acetylene (sometimes also propane) oxygen flame. The resulting particles are propelled to the substrate (which stays relatively cool) using compressed air (sometimes also a protective gas).

Rods for Rod-Flame-Spraying (for example for MOGUL OX-E). Rod-Flame-Spraying is a similar process as wire-flame-spraying. The difference is that the consumable is a rod. The advantage is that only molten particles are sprayed on the substrate which results in high quality.

Powders for Powder-Flame-Spraying (for example for our MOGUL UP 1 ) so called “Cold-Spray-Powders”. Powder-Flame-Spraying is similar as wire-flame-spraying. The difference is that the consumable is a powder. This equipment is less expensive and of universal use.

Arc-Spray-Wires for Arc-Spraying (for example for our MOGUL ARC NGI). Arc-Spraying is a process where two wires are brought to a short circuit. The wires melt and the molten particles are sprayed on the substrate (which remains relatively cool) using compressed air (sometimes also a protective gas).

Powders for High-Velocity-Flame-Spraying (HVOF). Compared to powder-flame-spraying much higher gas pressures (fuel-gas ethylene or propane) are used resulting in very high particle speed and therefore creating denser coatings with higher bonding.

Powders for Plasma-spraying. Plasma-Spraying is a process where a protective gas (mainly argon) is ionised using electrical energy. In this plasma-arc (which is not transferred to the work-piece) a powder is molten and sprayed on to the work-piece.

Powders for Laser-spraying. Laser-Spraying is a process where a laser beam is used to melt the consumable.