Oerlikon Metco’s CoCr[NiWSi]C products are inert gas atomized powders that are chemically homogeneous, exhibit minimal satellites and are freely flowing. They are designed and provide excellent results for a variety of applications such as laster cladding, thermal spray and PTA. These materials form coatings that are appropriate for wear and corrosion resistance in relatively high-temperature service conditions.
Amdry MM509 series is similar in chemistry to Mar M 509 cast alloy and are best applied using atmospheric plasma spray.
Amdry MM509 series can also be used as complimentary additive to Oerlikon Metco's ADB brazing alloys to facilitate crack and surface repairs.
The materials Amdry MM509 and Amdry MM509-C of this material family differ primarily in their particle size distribution.
Particle size rangedrange
5 - 125 µm
Amdry MM509: -45 +5µm: +5% 45µm, -10% 5µm; Amdry MM509-C: -45 +5µm: +5% 125µm, -15% 45µm
1383 - 1454 °C
Store in the original container in a dry location; Tumble contents prior to use to prevent segregation. Open containers should be stored in a drying oven to prevent moisture pickup.
Amdry MM509: 1002099, Amdry MM509-C: 1059330
These products were designed as complimentary filler metals for repair and wide-gap brazing applications. Amdry MM509 and Amdry MM509-C are similar to Mar M 509 casting alloy that contains carbide-forming elements. As coatings, they are best applied using atmospheric plasma spray and is primarily used for surface restoration of worn or damaged gas turbine parts such as airfoils, combustors, blades and vanes.
Amdry MM509: 5 lb (approx. 2.2 kg), Amdry MM509-C: 10 lb (approx. 4.5 kg)
Amdry MM509: Atmospheric Plasma Spray, Laser Cladding; Amdry MM509-C: Atmospheric Plasma Spray, Laser Cladding, PTA, Brazing
Safety data sheet
www.oerlikon.com/metco SDS No. 50-1023
This material data has been provided by Metco.