Yingke takes you to know about inorganic fiber spraying. Inorganic fiber spraying is a spraying technology that sprays inorganic fibers and inorganic adhesives onto the surface of the coating, forming a dense and wear-resistant protective layer to achieve special functions such as anti-corrosion, fire prevention, and wear resistance
Inorganic fiber spraying is a special coating mainly used for protecting the surface of materials such as steel, cement, and wood. Its constituent materials mainly include inorganic fibers, inorganic adhesives, durability additives, etc. Inorganic fibers generally use silicate fibers, short fibers, matrix fibers, etc. Inorganic adhesives mainly use cement, phenolic resin, etc. Durability additives are mainly used to strengthen the anti ultraviolet and anti-aging properties of the coating.
二、 Process principle
In the process of inorganic fiber spraying, the inorganic fiber and inorganic adhesive are first mixed evenly in a certain proportion, and then sprayed onto the surface of the coating to form a layer of network structure coating. After the coating is formed, a dense, hard, and wear-resistant protective layer can be formed through subsequent drying or curing processes.