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Welding alloys for mineral abrasion.
Tungsten carbide ropes -rods for highest wear resistance.
Against impact & medium abrasion
Against impact, cavitation & pressure
CU-alloys against metal friction & cavitation
For Cast Iron Welding Alloys, Repair & Overlaying
For high temperature, high stress & special application
For hot forging & metal to metal wear
Form of delivery
GTAW (TIG) rods for tool& die repair, coatings
Sugar mill roll arcing & protection (SMAW)
Thermal Metal Spray Powders (PTA/LASER/SPRAY & FUSE)
BRICK &CLAY ,CERAMICS PRODUCTION
CEMENT INDUSTRY -WEAR PROTECTION
Marine Repair Workshops / Maintenance & Repair Solutions
MINING ,QUARRIES/ EARTHMOVING
OIL &GAS DOWN HOLE TOOLS PROTECTION
POWER -GENERATION APPLICATION
RUBBER—PLASTIC-RECYCLING / WEAR PROTECTION
SUGAR MILL MAINTENANCE WELDING SOLUTIONS
Glass Bottle Production
Benefits of Tungsten Carbide HardFacing Technologies and Products
Valuable equipment is subject to extreme wear by abrasion corrosion, erosion, friction, heat or impact
ADVANTAGES OF HARDFACING TECHNOLOGIES
Prolongs the life of parts and increases efficiency
Reduces equipment downtime as it keeps equipment longer working.
Productivity and profitability is increased
Reduction of spare parts inventory.
Resurfaced parts will help to reduce stocks of new parts normally required for emergency and general replacement
Reduced power (energy) consumption.
Parts hard faced with ARCWEL Alloys can outlast unprotected parts many times
WHAT TO CONSIDER BEFORE HARDFACING- WHAT IS THE WEAR PROBLEM
Is abrasion, impact, heat, friction, cavitation or corrosion present ?
Which is the most important?
What consumable can meet the demands?
What is the base material composition-carbon, manganese, low alloy, stainless steel?
What method or process is best to use or available ?(SMAW ,GTAW, MIG. OXY ACETYLENE, THERMAL SPRAY etc.)
What Skills do your welders have?
Is preheat necessary? What about cooling?
Is there old hard facing on the part which needs to be removed?
Is build up necessary before hard facing (buffer layer)
What position is needed for welding? Which welding sequence is to be used?
What size of electrode, wire or rod is needed?
What quantity is required? Not Sure ?? We can help you to find the best solution : contact us today at:
Heat, Impact ,Friction on forging tools
Cavitation on Turbines
Erosion on Rotor/Fan blades
Pressure and Friction on Rails & Wheels
Corrosion on Valves
Abrasion on Mining Equipment
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