MOGUL METALLIZING GMBH covers a wide range of equipment used in thermal spraying. On the base of decades of experience paired with ongoing innovation we manufacture installations which are easy to operate and long-lasting.

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

Powder-Fuse-Welding MOGUL XS 7Powder-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.

Wire-Flame-Spraying MOGUL TJ-E and MOGUL TJ 95 (this type has an air turbine and has been especially developed for corrosion applications with zinc and aluminium). 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).

Rod-Flame-Spraying 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.

Powder-Flame-Spraying MOGUL UP 1. 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-Spraying MOGUL ARC NGI 500 M. 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).

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.

Plasma-spraying MOGUL IPP-TS Series. For plasma-spraying Mogul uses state-of-the–art inverter power supplies which are very economical in energy consumption. 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.