Cryotherm Bond Spray Powder – GasSKU: RM-8111
Bond coat alloy for all metals. Cryotherm Bond is the component of the Cryotherm process, which permits rebuilding of worn or undersize cylindrical parts without the usual danger of distortion, warping metallurgical changes in the base metal. This is made possible by an exothermic reaction which produces a metallurgical bond at less than 500°F (250°C). Use with the Cryotherm Torch to prepare final coating, Cryotherm Bond is easy to use for even inexperienced operators, yet the results are uniformly excellent. Download PDF
Low Preheat Temperature
Bonds At Low Temperature
Easy To Use
Excellent On All Types of Cylindrical Surfaces: Shafts, Journals, and Bearings
Clean piece to be rebuilt with Cryotherm Degreaser (available separately). Mount part in lathe and undercut work area at least 0.015” (0.030 for copper alloys), extending undercut 1/2“ beyond worn region. Thread undercut – about 30 threads per inch. Apply Cryotherm Degreaser again and then – Do not touch undercut area.
Set acetylene pressure at 5 psi and oxygen at 7 psi, which should produce a slightly carburizing flame. Preheat workpiece to 200°F (100°C) while turning in lathe at 50-125 surface feet per minute. Set torch 6” – 7” from work and open powder valve. Start and finish deposit 3/4“ beyond undercut region. Apply to 0.005” minimum thickness.