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For restoring parts to their original size that have been worn down due to metal-to-metal friction or severe impact.


Top Features

  • High manganese of this weld deposit reduces the possibility of micro fissures but reduces creep strength which limits its usage up to 900°F (482°C)
  • Wide range of applications
Typical Applications
  • Used for welding nickel-chromium-iron alloys to themselves
  • Used for dissimilar welding between nickel-chromium-iron alloys to mild steel or stainless steel
Top Features
  • Build-up with moderate hardness to resist shock and metal-to-metal wear, as in rolling and sliding
  • Can be used as underbase for other hardfacing deposits or as final overlay on parts to be machined or forged
  • Unlimited layers with proper preheat, interpass temperatures and procedures
  • Use on mild and low alloy steels
Typical Applications
  • Build-Up: shovel and bucket lips, pump impellers and housings, pulverizer plows, and mill hammers
  • Hardfacing: trunions, tractor rolls, cranes and gears
Welding Positions Flat and horizontal