ALUMINUM WIRE SPRAY METALLIZING SHIPBOARD COMPONENTS FOR CORROSION RESISTANCE
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard was tasked by COMNAVSEASYCOM to develop a procedure, qualify personnel, and aluminum spray metallize as many valves and selected other parts as practical in the main propulsion system of the USS William H. Standley CG-32. A total of 571 valves, 15 safety valve caps, eight boiler access doors, and eight small pipe assemblies were sprayed during the course of this research and development project. The project was undertaken to provide a documented, representative test of sprayed aluminum as a corrosion control method. The production spraying of the valves presented some problems that were overcome and recommendations are included.
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Puget Sound Naval ShipyardBremerton, WA USA
- Standley, W H
- Schmeller, M D
- Publication Date: 1978-7-18
- Pagination: 92 p.
- TRT Terms: Aluminum; Aluminum coatings; Boilers; Corrosion; Corrosion protection; Corrosion resistance; Cruisers; Doors; Engines; Guided missiles; Marine diesel engines; Metal coating; Military vessels; Pipe; Propulsion; Ships; Sprays (Materials); Valves; Vehicle power plants; Wire
- Uncontrolled Terms: Propulsion systems
- Old TRIS Terms: Metallizing
- Subject Areas: Marine Transportation; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 00191773
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: PSNS-WER-0161
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Jul 11 1979 12:00AM