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Frederick T Jaeger: Boiler tube coating and method for applying the same. Eutectic Corporation February 21, 1978: US04075376 (34 worldwide citation)

A boiler tube coating and method are disclosed in which industrial steel tubes or pipes, for example, steel boiler tubes and/or integrated panels of steel boiler tubes, are provided with a fused overlay of a corrosion and erosion resistant coating comprised of a refractory hard component, e.g. tungs ...


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Anthony J Rotolico, Eduardo Romero: Plasma-transferred-arc torch construction. Eutectic Corporation June 21, 1983: US04389559 (25 worldwide citation)

The invention contemplates a plasma-transferred-arc torch construction wherein, optionally, a single releasable clamp enables rapid separation of downstream-end fittings of an anode subassembly and a cathode subassembly, as for inspection, servicing and/or replacement; in an alternative option, rele ...


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Anthony J Rotolico, Eduardo Romero, John E Lyons: Device for the controlled feeding of powder material. Eutectic Corporation July 5, 1983: US04391860 (24 worldwide citation)

The invention contemplates a powder-feeding system for gas-propelled delivery of a powder to be controllably supplied, as to a flame-spraying gas torch or to a transferred-arc plasma torch. A fluidizing chamber receives (a) fluidizing-gas flow from below a porous screen, and (b) a restricted gravita ...


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Burton A Kushner: Ceramic flame spray powder. Eutectic Corporation May 13, 1986: US04588655 (22 worldwide citation)

A flame spray ceramic powder is provided consisting essentially of about 10 to 50% alumina and the balance essentially zirconia. Preferably, the zirconia is stabilized. A method is disclosed for flame spraying the coating composition onto a metal substrate.


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Thomas J Gartland: Welding-process handle for interchangeable welding-process heads. Eutectic Corporation September 22, 1987: US04695702 (20 worldwide citation)

The invention contemplates a host-torch body configuration for interchangeable use of a selected one of a variety of different welding-process heads. A bayonet-type locking engagement is quickly operable to connect or disconnect any selected process head. The arrangement is such that the same bayone ...


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Anthony J Rotolico, Eduardo Romero, John E Lyons: Device for the controlled feeding of powder material. Eutectic Corporation May 3, 1983: US04381898 (19 worldwide citation)

The invention contemplates a powder-feeding system for gas-propelled delivery of a powder to be controllably supplied, as to a flame-spraying gas torch or to a transferred-arc plasma torch. A fluidizing chamber receives (a) fluidizing-gas flow from below a porous screen, and (b) a restricted gravita ...


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Frederick T Jaeger: Composite cast iron drier roll. Eutectic Corporation December 27, 1977: US04064608 (18 worldwide citation)

A drier roll having a ferrous metal surface is provided with a surface coating of a hardfacing alloy, the ferrous metal surface having a thermal conductivity relative to silver taken as 1 cal/cm.sup.2 /cm/.degree. C/sec of at least about 0.06, the hardfacing alloy being a hardfacing heat, corrosion ...


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Paul A Kammer, Edward R Gamberg: Nickel-base welding electrode. Eutectic Corporation January 17, 1984: US04426428 (16 worldwide citation)

A nickel-base welding electrode is provided comprising a nickel core and a metallic powder-laden flux coating bonded thereto, the total composition of the electrode comprising about 40% to 50% by weight of the nickel core and about 60% to 50% by weight of the coating. The coating contains as fluxes ...


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Mahesh S Patel: Metaliferous flame spray material for producing machinable coatings. Eutectic Corporation August 2, 1977: US04039318 (15 worldwide citation)

A metaliferous flame spray material is provided for producing adherent metal coatings on metal substrates, such as ferrous metal substrates, e.g. steel, cast iron and other metal substrates, said material comprising a plurality of ingredients physically combined in intimate contact with each other, ...


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Otto Knotek, Erich Lugscheider, Wolfgang Wichert: Wear and corrosion resistant nickel-base alloy. Eutectic Corporation October 14, 1980: US04228223 (15 worldwide citation)

A nickel-base wear and corrosion resistant alloy is provided containing by weight about 20% to 35% Cr, about 1% to 8% Si, about 1.7% to 3.5% C, 0 to 15% W and the balance essentially at least about 40% nickel, the amount of carbon present in said composition being stoichiometrically related to the c ...



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