EN ISO 14921:2001

Thermal spraying - Procedures for the application of thermally sprayed coatings for engineering components (ISO 14921:2001)

Publication date:   Aug 10, 2006

General information

99.60 Withdrawal effective   Dec 15, 2010


CEN/TC 240 Thermal spraying and thermally sprayed coatings

European Norm

25.220.20   Surface treatment



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This standard relates to the general procedures of application of thermally sprayed coatings as defined in EN 657.
The purpose of these coatings being either to reclaim worn and non conforming parts or to enhance the surface
properties of components for specific purposes.

For example, to provide wear resistance, low coefficient of friction, electrical or thermal conductivity or insulation,
and resistance to corrosion.

This standard is not intended to provide definitive methods for specific work and attention shall be paid to the proper
selection of process and materials for the purpose and to the skills of the thermal sprayer as defined in
EN ISO 14918.

Additionally it does not include requirements for the protection of structural steelwork, covered by EN 22063, nor the
use of coatings of self fluxing alloys which are subsequently fused, covered by EN ISO 14920.

Life cycle


EN ISO 14921:2001
99.60 Withdrawal effective
Dec 15, 2010


EN ISO 14921:2010