Deposition of thermal spray coatings such as aluminum oxide, metals, etc.
Processing of materials such as nanopowders
Destruction of hazardous wastes such as pesticides
Conversion of household waste into syngas for energy production
In Ablazeon’s DC plasma torches, the plasma is generated by an electrical current passing through the gases flowing between a conical-shaped graphite cathode and a cylindrical anode. The use of carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrocarbon (e.g. CH4) gas mixtures has key advantages when compared with conventional argon and helium gases. Thermal conductivity of the plasma is enhanced, leading to better process efficiency and heat transfer. In addition, carbon ionization generates an ionic current towards the graphite cathode, producing carbon deposition that compensates for the carbon cathode sublimation, thus resulting in longer cathode life.
High input power up to 200kW
High thermal efficiency up to 75%
Control of redox potential of plasma jet
Low operating costs
Electromagnetic arc stabilization
Ablazeon currently offers two DC plasma torches: model PTA 60, with a maximum input power of 60kW, and model PTA150A, with a maximum input power of 150kW. A controller (model PTC) is also available.
Our DC plasma torches are designed to operate with standard power supplies, gas supply equipment and powder feeders.