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WA Cored Wires

Hardfacing
ACTING GLOBAL
WELDING LOCAL

Cladding - Thermal Arc Spraying

version 6.
Alphabetical Index

Thermal Arc Spraying

100% Welding Alloys technology and manufacturing


Product Name

Packaging

This catalogue presents a selection of standard products for


This
hardfacing, cladding and thermal arc spraying applications.
hardfacing,
Welding Alloys cored wires for joining applications feature
Welding
in a separate catalogue. We will gladly examine any special
in
request. Please do not hesitate to consult us.
request.

The
world's
largest
Wire Type
manufacturer of
cored hardfacing
wires
ALCORE a composite metallic wire
HARDSPRAY a metal cored wire

Composition [%]

Product Name

ALCORE 85 15
ALCORE 89 6 5
HARDSPRAY HB4

Product Name

Si

Mn

Cr

Ni

Fe

85.0
89.0

0.10

1.70

Standard
diameters
[mm]

1.50

28.0

Balance

Al
15.0
5.00

Others
Mo : 6.00
B : 3.80

Description and applications

Since its
its foundation
foundation in
in 1966,
1966, the Welding Alloys Group has become the global specialist in the development
Since
of
high
alloy
content
cored
wires and programmable equipment for surfacing applications.
of high alloy content cored wires
Alloy with exothermic reaction
For the bonding layer before rebuilding
1.6
ALCORE
85
15
Using production
production machinery
machinery of our own design,
Using
Alloys protection
now designs and manufactures a range of
ThinWelding
layer anti-wear

welding wires
wires unequalled
unequalled in
in the global market. By responding to the needs of our customers, and maintaining
welding
a
continuous
and
significant
a continuous and significant research investment, we are able to lead the market in cored welding wire
technology.
Alloy with exothermic reaction
technology.
ALCORE 89 6 5

1.6

HARDSPRAY HB4

1.6

For the bonding layer and rebuilding

Self-lubricating
propertiesand require ever more complex materials.
Performance and
and quality
quality criteria
criteria are becoming
Performance
ever more stringent
Applications:
bearing,
sealing and
mechanicalcomponents,
seats
Shortages
of
raw
materials
are
leading
increasingly
to
the
development
of composite
with
Shortages of raw materials are
surfacing provided
provided by
by the
the hardfacing
hardfacing method, using sophisticated allloys. The Welding Alloys Group are
surfacing
Erosive wear-resistant coating
proud to
to bring
bring ground-breaking
ground-breaking hardfacing technology
proud
to our customers.
Surface protection
for complex shapes
High productivity, ease of application on site

Applications:
boiler tubes
panelswith the highest performance for
WA Performance Guarantee means we will
always recommend
theand
product
our customers' applications.

The above list is not exhaustive. Other hardfacing cored


wires can be thermally arc sprayed with excellent results.
A selection of these products is identified in this catalogue
by the thermal arc spraying symbol.

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ALCORE 85 15
ALCORE 89 6 5
CHROMECORE 410
CHROMECORE 414
CHROMECORE 420
Metal basket reel
WA Pack - not shown
CHROMECORE 430
Standard net weight
Wire Capacity
: 25kg
: 400kg
CORBRONZE 100
Drum
External
Dimensions
: 410mm
CORBRONZE 201
Standard net weight
: 330kg
Internal
: 950mm
Height
: 300mm
CORBRONZE 202
External
: 105mm
: 800mm
Diameter
: 595mm
CORBRONZE 204
Height
: 680mm
Fully recyclable cardboard packaging
EN ISO 544 standard
: B 450
CORBRONZE 301
CORBRONZE 302
CORBRONZE 304
CORBRONZE 404
CORBRONZE CMA1
HARDFACE 19 9 6
Metal basket spool
HARDFACE AP
Standard net weight
: 15kg
HARDFACE AR
External
: 300mm
HARDFACE B
Internal
: 51.5mm
HARDFACE BN
: 103mm
Width
HARDFACE BNC
EN ISO 544 standard
: BS 300
HARDFACE CN
HARDFACE CNV
HARDFACE CV
HARDFACE DCO
HARDFACE FC
Plastic spool *
HARDFACE HC
Standard net weight
: 15kg
HARDFACE HC333
External
: 300mm
HARDFACE L
Internal
: 51.5mm
: 103mm
HARDFACE NICARBW
Width
EN ISO 544 standard
: S 300
HARDFACE NM14
HARDFACE P
HARDFACE R40
HARDFACE R46
HARDFACE R58
Plastic reel *
Small plastic spool *
Small metal basket spool
HARDFACE STEELCARBW
Standard net weight
Standard net weight
Standard net weight
: 5kg
: 5kg
: 15kg
HARDFACE T
External
External
External
: 200mm
: 200mm
: 390mm
HARDFACE TIC
Internal
Internal
Internal
: 51.5mm
: 51.5mm
: 305mm
HARDFACE 168NB-O
: 55mm
: 55mm
: 90mm
Width
Width
Width
HARDFACE VMOLC
EN ISO 544 standard
EN ISO 544 standard
: S 200
: C 435
HARDFACE VN
* Manufactured to order on
HARDFACE VNB
clients request
HARDFACE W
HARDFACE WLC
HARDFACE WM
HARDFACE WMOLC
HARDSPRAY HB4
Technical Information
ROBODUR K 250
ROBODUR K 350
Introduction
22
Introduction
Suitable shielding gases (according to the standard
ROBODUR K 450
Definitions
and
Using
this
catalogue
44
Definitions
and
Using
this
catalogue
EN 439) are recommended in decreasing order of
ROBODUR
K
600
Cored
wires:
The
winning
technology
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Cored wires: The winning technology
preference
STELLOY 1
STELLOY 12 6
Hardfacing
Hardfacing
6
Welding Alloys recommends fluxes suited for use
STELLOY 21 6
Work-Hardening
Manganese
Alloys
Work-Hardening
Manganese
Alloys
6
with its submerged- arc wires
STELLOY 25 8
Low
Low and
and Medium
Medium Alloyed
Alloyed
8
STELLOY 6 10
Heat
Heat Treated
Treated Steels
Steels for
for Tooling
Tooling
10
Technical data sheets and safety data sheets are
STELLOY 6 BC
Anti-abrasion
12
Anti-abrasion
12
available for all products in accordance with EC
STELLOY 6 HC
Stainless
Ferritic
and
Martensitic
16
Stainless Ferritic and Martensitic
16
directives 91/155/CEE and 93/112/CE and to
STELLOY C
Cupro-aluminium
18
Cupro-aluminium
18
international standard ISO 11014-1
STELLOY CCO
Nickel
20
Nickel Base
Base
20
STELLOY NI520
Cobalt
22
Cobalt Base
Base
22
TRIS 307
Welding products and techniques evolve constantly. All descriptions, illustrations
Cladding
24
Cladding and
24
TRIS 308L
properties given in this catalogue are subject to change and can only Thermal
be considered
Arc
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Thermal
Arc Spraying
Spraying
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TRIS 309L
as general guidance.
TRIS 309LMo
Packaging
27
Packaging
27
TRIS 312
Technical
Information
27
Technical Information
27
TRIS 316L
Alphabetical
27
Alphabetical Index
Index
27
TRIS 347L

Suited to thermal arc spraying

Contents

Hardfacing - Cladding - Thermal Arc Spraying

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Cladding and Using this catalogue


Definitions
Cored Wires

Base material - chemical composition?


Working conditions?
Abrasion - impact - thermal fatigue - corrosion

Which Alloy?

Surface finish required?


As welded - machined - polished
Deposit thickness - number of layers?
Technical objectives?
Performance - reliability - service lifetime

Which Process?
Product Name

Hardfacing by arc welding is a surfacing operation to extend the service life of industrial components, pre-emptively
on new components, or as part of a maintenance programme.
The result of significant savings in machine down time and production costs has meant that this process has been
adopted across many industries.
For each industrial application and wear phenomena, there is a Welding Alloys cored welding wire to provide wear
resistance. Due to the unrivalled flexibility and ease of application, cored wires are used in many situations in
workshops, on site, for new parts or for repair. An alloy may be deposited by various welding methods;

Open arc
Size and shape of work piece to be hardfaced?
Gas-shielded
Operational difficulties?
Submerged arcComposition [%] - Fe balance
Working environment?
Thermal arc spraying

Open arc welding (O)


Gas shielded welding MIG/MAG (G)
Submerged arc welding (S)
Thermal spraying (as shown by the symbol)

Welding
- on site
C
Mn
Si
Cr
Ni
Mo in a workshop
Nb
Available welding equipment?
TRI S 307
0.100
6.50
0.80
19.0
8.20
TRI S 312
0.100
1.30
0.80
29.0
9.50
0.30
TRI S 309L Understanding
0.030
1.75
0.80
24.5
13.0
wear phenomena and material attributes
TRI S 308L
0.030
1.80
0.80
20.5
10.0
Description
TRI S 347L Wear Mechanism
0.080
1.50
0.90
20.5
10.0
0.50
TRI S 309LMo
0.030
1.80
0.80
24.0
13.0
2.80
Metal surfaces in relative motion forced into contact with or without lubricant. Degradation by the
friction 1.40
TRI S 316L Metal/metal
0.030
0.80
19.0
12.0
2.90
formation of micro-welds between the contacting surfaces.
Mineral abrasion

Wear by relative movement of mineral particles of suitable hardness, shape and texture to remove
material from the metal surface.

Abrasion under pressure

Wear by relative movement under pressure of mineral particles of suitable hardness, shape and
texture to remove material from the metal surface, leaving superficial deformation.

TRI S 312

O
Mechanical fatigue

Attributes

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Hot oxidation

Mechanical
fatigue

Impact

Thermal
fatigue

Tmaterial
Fe12 by chemical reaction with its environment. Complex phenomenon
Degradation of the
involving numerous parameters.

Buffer layer or assembly


O

Machinability

1.6

Rebuilding of heavily worked stressed mechanical components and of steels of high carbon equivalent
High initial hardness Work-hardenable deposit
Resists wear by friction and oxidation
Applications: repair of gear teeth, sprockets, chain links

Cladding of mild and low alloy steels


Buffering before cladding with 308L or 347
Transition layer on 308L-clad steel

1.2 toDescription
2.4
T 23 12 L U N 3
T Fe12

Repair by resurfacing to the original or specified dimensions.


Application of a corrosion-resistant protective cladding.
Layer of weld metal providing a good metallurgical transition between the base metal and the

Cladding of 308L in the chemical and petrochemical industries

welded
1.2 tocoating.
2.4 For T
19 9joints
L Ubetween
N 3 similar or dissimilar materials.
Ability of the material
to resist impact, heat, friction and abrasion simultaneously for edge retention
T Fe12
of cutting tools.

Ability of a material to increase its surface hardness under the effect of impact or high pressure.
In general, this increases wear resistance.

1.6 to 2.4

elements essential to the physical, chemical


and mechanical properties of the deposit are
highlighted in the composition tables.

Heat resistant cladding in 347 for the petrochemical industry

T 19 9 Nb U N 3
T Fe12

Suitability for machining by removal of metal shavings, e.g. turning, milling or drilling.

Chemical Composition
Example:
O of elements
1.6expressed
to 2.4
T 23 12 2 L U N 3
TRI S 309LMo
Each alloy is composed
T Fe12
as percentages by weight. The values of those
Product Name

244 5
25

Cavitation

Creation of a poorly adhering oxide layer that reforms constantly. Degradation by loss of material
tothickness.
2.4
T 29 9 U N 3

Work-hardening

TRI S 316L

Erosion

Hot oxidation O

Cutting ability

TRI S 347L

Hot abrasion

Cyclic exposure to high temperatures leading to permanent deformation by alternate expansion


and contraction. Alteration of the structure and properties of the material.

Description and applications

High elongation, work-hardenable and resistant to high temperatures


Rebuilding mechanical components: shafts and roller bearing seats
Buffer layer before hardfacing on 12-14% manganese steel

exceeding
1.2 toCyclic
3.2 deformation
T 18 not
8 Mn
U 3 the elastic limit of the material. Degradation over time by
localised stress concentrations.
T Fe10

Thermal fatigue

Rebuilding or cladding

TRI S 308L

Abrasion
under
pressure

Impact between two materials, one of which provokes deformation or rupture of the surface of the
other. This phenomenon is controlled by the toughness or ductility of the two materials.

Corrosion

TRI S 309L

Local destruction

Tearing out of grains from the metal surface by the formation and implosion of bubbles in a liquid in
rapid motion.

Impact

TRI S 307

Mineral
abrasion

O : open-arc
ErosionG : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc
Cavitation

As above but in a high-temperature environment, leading generally to softening of the metal or its

constituents.
Standards
Standard
EN ISO 17633-A
diameters
Repeated high-speed impacts between mineral particles and a material surface.
[mm] by tearing out
ENof14700
metallic grains.

Metal/metal
friction

Hot abrasion
Product Name
Process

Welding Alloys Quality Control teams are an integral part of the production process at all our production sites,
to ensure our continued commitment to delivering high quality, standard-setting welding consumables.

1.2 to 2.4

AP
T 19 9 LHARDFACE
UN3
T Fe12
Suitable

Cladding of mild and low alloy steels


Buffering before cladding with 316L and similar alloys
Transition layer on 316L-clad steel

Composition [%]
C

Mn

Si

Cr

0.40

16.0

0.50

14.0

Highly suitable

The
winning
technology

316L cladding of vessels in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food processing industries

Hardfacing - Cladding - Thermal Arc Spraying

Hardfacing - Work-Hardening
Manganese Alloys
Cobalt Base
Shielding Gas Recommendation
STELLOY (Cobalt base)
- The recommended shielding gas is 100% Argon (I1)
- Specific TIG versions available in diameter 1.2 mm and 1.6 mm.

Composition [%] - Co balance

Product Name

Shielding Gas and Flux Recommendations

Hardness - 3 layers

Mn

Si

Cr

Fe

Others

as welded

work hardened

STELLOY 25

0.15

1.50

1.00

20.0

14.0

4.00

210 HB

40 HRC

STELLOY 21

0.25

1.00

1.00

28.0

Ni : 9.50
Ni : 3.00
Mo : 5.50

33 HRC

47 HRC

STELLOY 6 BC
STELLOY 6
STELLOY 6 HC
STELLOY 12
STELLOY 1

0.90
1.05
1.20
1.50
2.30

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

28.5
28.5
28.5
30.0
28.5

4.00
4.50
4.50
4.50
7.50
12.0

4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00

38 HRC
42 HRC
44 HRC
45 HRC
53 HRC

HARDFACE
19 9 6
STELLOY
6 HC

STELLOY
12 AP
HARDFACE

STELLOY
1 NM14
HARDFACE

22
6 23
7

9.00

180 HB

47 HRC

0.40
G
1.00

16.0
0.50 T Co1 14.0
1.2
to
2.4
14.0
0.50

1.2 to 2.8

GG

1.2
1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4

2.4 to 3.2

1.2 to 2.8

GG

1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4
1.2

2.4 to 3.2

1.2 to 2.8

G
G

1.2 to 2.4
1.2 to 2.4

Suited to thermal arc spraying


Suited to thermal arc spraying

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Machinabilty

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

T Co2

Rebuilding
or cladding

EN 14700
standard

Description and applications

Highly resistant to high temperature wear and metal-to-metal abrasion


Particular ease of application due to its low cracking tendency
Maintains a good level of hardness at high temperatures
Applications: straightening guides, vertical mill rolls and foot rolls in continuous casting

Ideal choice for resisting multiple combinations of stresses


Resists corrosion and cavitation
Maintains a good level of hardness at high temperatures
Work-hardenable, can be polished, low coefficient of friction
Applications: industrial valve work, forging dies and hot shearing blades

Equivalent alloy to STELLOY 6 with lower carbon


Easier machining and reduced cracking tendency
Recomended for buffering on large parts or for thick deposits

T Co2

Corrosion

1.2 to 2.4

44 HRC
46
HRC

Mechanical
fatigue

48 HRC

200 HB

Impact

Standard
diameters
1.6
to 2.4
[mm]

240 HB

Cavitation

Process
O : open-arc
O
G : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc

Mechanical
fatigue

19.0

1.6 to 2.4 0.50


6.00

1.2 to 2.4

Impact

work hardened

O
0.10

Cavitation

Erosion

Hot abrasion

as welded

Erosion

STELLOY 6

Ni

Hot abrasion

Product Name

Cr

Si

Abrasion
under
pressure

STELLOY 6 BC

Mn

Hardness - 3 layers

Mineral
abrasion

HARDFACE NM14

Abrasion
under
pressure

1.2 to 2.4 [%] -TFe


ZCobalance
Composition

C
HARDFACE 19 9 6
STELLOY
21 AP
HARDFACE

Mineral
abrasion

Metal/metal
friction

Metal/metal
friction

STELLOY
Product 25
Name

Hot oxidation

EN 14700

Standard

Hot oxidation

Process

O :seamless
open-arc
diameters
- ROBODUR (a
cored
wire)standard
the recommended shielding gases are
G : gas-shielded
[mm]
Argon + 2-25%
CO2 (M12-M21) and Argon + 2-3% Oxygen (M13)
S : sub-arc

Thermal
fatigue

Product Name

Thermal
fatigue

- HARDFACE (a cored wire with a seam) the recommended shielding gas is


Argon + 5-25% CO2 (M21)
A neutral flux is required for submerged arc welding

Description and applications

Combines all the outstanding properties of the cobalt base alloys, including abrasion and erosion resistance
Deposit of intermediate hardness with good machinability
Wide field of applications: hot shearing tools, petrochemical and industrial valves, valves and valve seats of marine engines,
pump sleeves and shafts

Fe10
T Co2

Equivalent
alloy to STELLOY
6 with- austenitic
higher carbon
Highly resistant
to cracking
structure that work-hardens strongly
Allows
the required
hardness
to be
obtained
low alloy steels
from the
first layer
Wide field
of application:
buffer
layer
beforeonhardfacing,
assembly
of wear
plates and armouring, and of manganese
Applications:
small valves
and valve gates, extrusion dies
steels and dissimilar
joints

TTCo2
Fe9

Good
to abrasion by minerals
on account
of its
high hardness
High resistance
rate of work-hardening.
Non-magnetic
deposit
strongly
resistant to impact and high pressure
Particularly
suited
to the
production
of cuttingof
tools
Rebuilding,
buffer
layers
and assembly
manganese steels. Buffer layer before hardfacing with chromium cast iron
Applications:
wood
andwork
paperon
industries,
extrusion
for filled
plastic bars, cones and jaws for crushers
Applications:
repair
railway frogs
andscrews
crossings.
Hammers,

TTCo3
Fe9

Highest
of the cobalt
alloysimilar
range, offering
excellent
to abrasion
Colour hardness
and structure
of the base
deposit
to Hadfield
type resistance
manganese
steel and corrosion
Self polishing, promotes scratch free sliding of abrasive materials
Applications: for retouching of casting imperfections
Applications: rubber kneaders
Suitable
Suitable

Highly suitable
Highly suitable

Hardfacing - Cladding - Thermal Arc Spraying

Hardfacing
and
Medium Alloyed
Hardfacing -- Low
Nickel
Base

Product Name

Joining Wires
Composition [%] - Fe balance

Product Name

Complementary nickel base wires for joining


C
Mn
Si
Cr
are
presented
in the0.10
joining1.50
catalogue.
HARDFACE
B
0.40
1.00
0.15
0.20
0.50
0.10
0.15
0.40
0.50

HARDFACE T
HARDFACE P
HARDFACE L
ROBODUR K 250
ROBODUR K 350
ROBODUR K 450
ROBODUR K 600

1.50
2.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.20

0.80
0.80
2.50
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70

1.50
3.00
8.50
1.50
2.00
2.50
6.00

EN ISO standard
Material No.
ENi6182

GAMMA 182

Hardness
3 layers
Mo
as welded
GAMMA
4648
260 HB

AWS * standard
ENiCrFe-3

2.4807
ENi6082
2.4648

ENi6625
ENiCrMo-3
360 HB
2.4621
400 HB
650 HB
ENi8025
GAMMA 825
0.20
250 HB
2.4653
0.20
350 HB
* Conforms to the requirements of stick electrode classifications
0.50
450 HB
0.70
600 HB

GAMMA 625

Product Name

1.2 to 2.8

2.4 to 3.2

Si 1.2 to 2.8
Cr

Fe
T Fe1

Mo

STELLOY NI 520

0.06

S
0.20

0.202.4 to 3.2
13.0

2.20

6.00

0.80

STELLOY CCO
HARDFACE
STELLOY
C P

0.05
0.05

O
1.00
0.60
S

0.601.2 to 2.8
15.5
0.50
16.0
2.4 to 3.2

3.00
T5.00
Fe1

16.0
16.0

4.40
4.50

STELLOY
NI520
ROBODUR
K 350

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Thermal
fatigue

Mechanical
fatigue

Impact

Cavitation

as welded

Co : 11.5
Ti : 3.00
Al : 2.00
Co : 2.30

Repair, rebuilding and buffering of castings

work hardened

Automated welding of large parts, semi-automated welding for outdoor use

190 HB
220 HB
200 HB

Applications: shafts, rollers, wheels, etc, in the mining and civil engineering industries

350 HB
350 HB

Self-tempering deposit for hardfacing


Wide field of application in the mining and civil engineering industries: bucket teeth and blades, slides,
conveyor screws, etc

G
G

1.6
1.0 to
1.6
to 2.4

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Thermal
fatigue

Mechanical
fatigue

Impact

T Fe1

Cavitation

EN 14700
standard

Erosion

2.4 to 3.2
Standard
diameters
[mm]
1.0 to 1.6

Hot abrasion

S
Process
O : open-arc
G : gas-shielded
G
S : sub-arc

Abrasion
under
pressure

ROBODUR K 250

Others

T Fe8

Mineral
abrasion

Product Name

Crack-resistant deposit

Hardness - 3 layers

1.2 to 2.8

Metal/metal
friction

HARDFACE L

Erosion

Composition [%] - Ni balance

O
Mn

Description and applications

T Fe1

HARDFACE T

Hot abrasion

Abrasion
under
pressure

Mineral
abrasion

Metal/metal
friction

HARDFACE B

Buffer-layer
or assembly

EN 14700

Rebuilding
or cladding

Standard

Corrosion

Process

Hot oxidation

Product Name

standard
O : open-arc
diameters
STELLOY (Nickel base)
G : gas-shielded
[mm]
- The recommended
shielding
gases
are
100%
Argon (I1) and Argon + 1-3% CO2 (M12)
S : sub-arc
- A neutral flux is required for submerged arc welding

Hot oxidation

HARDFACE Gas
ROBODUR
for a description
of shielding gas and flux recommendations see page 6
Shielding
and :Flux
Recommendations

Description and applications

Seamless copper coated tubular wires for gas-shielded welding


Superalloy offering extreme resistance to high temperature stress and thermal shock
Excellent weldability
Recomended with buffer layer of STELLOY C
Applications: high speed forging tools, tube extrusion mandrels

TT Ni4
Fe1

Rebuilding and buffering of forged or rolled mechanical components: transmission shafts, rolls or chocks for
steel making, roller bearing seats, rollers for gantry cranes, gear teeth, forging tools and dies

STELLOY
CCO
ROBODUR
K 450

STELLOY
ROBODURCK 600

8 21
9
20

2.4 and 2.8

G
G

1.0 to 1.6
1.6 to 2.8

2.4 and 2.8

G
G

1.6
1.0 to
to 2.8
1.6

2.4 to 3.2

Suitedtotothermal
thermalarc
arcspraying
spraying
Suited

TT Ni2
Fe2

Superalloy offering extreme resistance to prolonged high temperature stress


Good resistance to corrosion, wear and high temperature oxidation
Applications: tube extrusion dies, extrusion tooling and forging die

TT Ni2
Fe2

Repair assembly, buffering, cladding and friction wear resistant coating


Seamless copper coated tubular wires for gas-shielded welding
Suited for use between -196C and +1050C
Retainsstress
a high
hardness
level in
tothe
400C
Resists
corrosion
cracking
presence of hydrogen sufphide
Excellent weldability
Recomended
for buffering before cladding with STELLOY NI520
Hardfacing applications
for allforindustries:
seats,
cams, raceways,
press and transport screws
Applications:
pumps and valves
the chemical
and petrochemical
industries
Suitable
Suitable

Highly
Highly suitable
suitable

Hardfacing - Cladding - Thermal Arc Spraying

Hardfacing - Cupro-aluminium
Heat Treated Steels for Tooling
Composition
[%] - Fe balance
Shielding
Gas Recommendation

Product Name
HARDFACE WLC
HARDFACE W
HARDFACE VMOLC

C
Mn
Si
Cr
0.25 CORBRONZE
2.00
0.80
6.50
0.50
2.00
0.80
6.50
- The
recommended
0.08
1.00
0.90
10.0

HARDFACE WM

0.30

CORBRONZE 201

1.2 and 1.6

T Cu1

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Hot oxidation

Thermal
fatigue

Mechanical
fatigue

Impact

Cavitation

Erosion

Hot abrasion

Abrasion
under
pressure

Machinability
Machinability

T ZFe3

Workhardening

1.2 to 2.8

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

HARDFACE VMOLC

Rebuilding
or cladding

T Cu1

Corrosion

2.4 to 3.2
1.2 and 1.6

Hot oxidation

S
G

Thermal
fatigue

CORBRONZE 100

Mechanical
fatigue

T Fe3

Impact

1.2 to 2.4

Cavitation

1.2 to 2.8

Erosion

HARDFACE W

Hot abrasion

EN 14700
standard
T Fe3

Abrasion
under
pressure

1.2
to 2.8
Standard
diameters
1.2
to 2.4
[mm]
2.4 to 3.2

Mineral
abrasion

ProcessO
O : open-arc
G
G : gas-shielded
S
S : sub-arc

Mineral
abrasion

Product Name

HARDFACE WLC

EN 14700
standard

Metal/metal
friction

Standard
diameters
[mm]

Metal/metal
friction

Process
O : open-arc
G : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc

and Argon + 10-50%


0.30

0.40

2.40

Others
W : 1.50
: 1.50
gases W
are
100%
Ni : 1.80
Helium (I3) W : 4.00
1.10
0.60
Ni : 0.20

45 HRC

Low crackingand
sensitivity
Description
applications
Specially developed for rebuilding and buffering on very large components and alloyed steels
Applications: mill rolls, bells and hoppers seats in blast furnaces, moulds for light alloys, forging tooling,etc

Hard deposit (55 HRC) that keeps it properties over

Heat treatable self-hardening deposits


Range of products designed for the construction
Low hardness, easily machined
and repair of hot working tooling: forging,

For
cladding
or
buffering
on
steel,
cast
iron
or
cupro
aluminium
alloys
of
high
hardness
Resists thermal fatigue and high pressure
stamping and deburring dies
Deposit can be polished
Applications: moulds for moulded glass or for pressure casting of light alloys
and
Usable
over
a wide
Tooling for hot shearing, punches, inserts
impact
forging
toolstemperature range
long periods of exposure up to 500C

Suitable for cryogenic applications, valve shafts and seats, slideways

Medium hardness deposit (46 HRC) offering exceptional


oxidation resistance and hot toughness up to 600C
As-welded hardness may be increased by tempering

Product selection depending on the deposit


hardness required, the welding technique and
the base material

1.2 to 2.4

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 301

1.2 and 1.6

T Cu1

HARDFACE WMOLC

1.2 to 2.8

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 202

1.2 and 1.6

T Cu1

HARDFACE R40

1.2 to 1.6

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 302

1.2 and 1.6

T Cu1

Tough deposits with increasing hardness for touching up and repair of hot and cold working tooling

HARDFACE R46

1.2 to 1.6

T Fe3

Can be heat treated by oil quenching and tempering (40, 46 and 58 HRC)

CORBRONZE 204

1.2 and 1.6

T Cu1

Applications: plastic injection screws and moulds for polymers

HARDFACE R58

1.2 to 1.6

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 304

1.2 and 1.6

T Cu1

HARDFACE AR

1.2 to 2.4

T ZFe4

CORBRONZE 404

1.2 and 1.6

T Cu1

1.6 to 2.4

G
G

1.2 to 2.4
1.2 and 1.6

2.4 to 3.2

18 11
19
10

(I1)

Description and applications

Suited
Suitedto
tothermal
thermalarc
arcspraying
spraying

44 HRC
55 HRC
Argon
36 HRC

0.30
0.80
0.60
Product Name
0.12
0.60
0.50

HARDFACE WM

HARDFACE DCO
CORBRONZE CMA1

0.60
W : 2.00
6.50
2.00
52 HRC
Hardness
Composition [%] - Cu balance
3 layers
2.80
0.40
40
HRC
6.30
3.20
as welded
Mn
Fe
Ni
5.00Al
3.80
0.22
Ti: 0.25
1.00
0.50
45 HRC
150
HB
100
8.00
0.50
0.50 Ti: 0.40
0.30
0.35 CORBRONZE
1.20
0.50
6.80
2.20
55
HRC
CORBRONZE 201
9.00
0.50
3.50
0.40
210 HB
2.20
5.00
7.60
HARDFACE AR
1.10 CORBRONZE
60
HRC
1.10
0.40
0.25
301
11.5
0.50
3.50 W :0.40
320
HB
210
HB
CORBRONZE 202
9.00
1.00
2.00 Ni :4.80
0.50
HARDFACE DCO
0.15 CORBRONZE
0.40
0.70
14.0
2.50
47
HRC
320
HB
302
11.5
1.00
2.00 Co :4.80
12.5
CORBRONZE 204
9.00
4.00
210 HB
CORBRONZE 304
11.5
4.00
320 HB
HARDFACE ROBODUR : for a description
of shielding gas
and flux recommendations
see
page 6
420 HB
CORBRONZE 404
13.5
4.00
210 HB
CORBRONZE CMA1
8.00
11.5
3.00
2.00
HARDFACE WMOLC
HARDFACE R40
HARDFACE R46
HARDFACE R58

Product Name

Mo
1.50
1.50
shielding
2.40

Hardness
3 layers
as welded

Good resistant to hot friction

Applications:
pistons
aluminium
casting
and injection, glass making moulds
Hard
deposit (52
HRC)for
offering
exceptional
oxidation
resistance and hot toughness up to 600C
Use HARDFACE
WLC of
foralloys
rebuilding
Series
withor
a buffering
low
A suitable heat treatment enables hardnesses up to 57 HRC to be reached
coefficient
of
friction,
good
Applications:
press tooling
Best combination
of weldability and corrosion resistance for multi-layer deposits
Applications: heat exchangers - covers and baffle plates

Combines high hardness with resistance to marine corrosion


Applications: sealing seats, guides
For parts undergoing friction under low pressure
Applications: shafts, bushes

heat resistance

Resists corrosion by oxidising


acids and sea water

Toughness may be increased


by a suitable thermal treatment

For parts undergoing friction under medium pressure

Applications:
slideways,
guidewire
plates
andarings,
slides,
flanges
Seamless
copper
coated tubular
giving
tough mandrel
high speed
steelcoiler
deposit
Exceptional wear resistance in cold cutting operations
Keeps its properties to 600C. Hardness may be increased to ~65 HRC by tempering
For partsof
undergoing
friction
under high wear
pressure
Hardfacing
parts subjected
to metal-to-metal
under moderate impact: machining tools, cold shearing blades, milling cutters,
knives
Applications:
forming tools, punches and dies for stainless steel
and wirecold
guides
Superalloy offering similar performance to cobalt based alloys
resistance
affected
by dillution,
highly resistant
to thermal shock, may be polished and keeps its properties to 550C
High
Bestcracking
combination
for little
resisting
erosion,
cavitation
and corrosion
rollers
in continuous casting installations, valves for diesel engines, steam valves, deburring stamps and dies,
Applications:
by sea watertraction
or saline
media
for ceramic
screws mixer
for filled
plasticpump rotors
moulds
Applications:
ship tiles,
propellers,
blades,

T ZFe3
T Cu1

Suitable
Suitable

Highly
Highly suitable
suitable

Hardfacing -- Cladding
Cladding -- Thermal
Thermal Arc
Arc Spraying
Spraying
Hardfacing

Hardfacing
Hardfacing -- Anti-abrasion
Stainless - Ferritic and Martensitic
Anti-abrasion
Composition
Composition [%]
[%] -- Fe
Fe balance
balance

Product
Product Name
Name

Nb
Nb

Others
Others

5.00
5.00

Ni
Ni :: 2.00
2.00
B
B :: 4.50
4.50
B
B :: 2.20
2.20

65
65 HRC
HRC

2100
2100 -- 3300
3300

67
67 HRC
HRC
60
60 HRC
HRC
61
61 HRC
HRC
60
60 HRC
HRC
63
63 HRC
HRC

1350
1350 -- 3300
3300
950
950 -- 1450
1450
950
950 -- 1450
1450
950
950 -- 1500
1500
950
950 -- 2000
2000

Mn
Mn

Si
Si

HARDFACE
HARDFACE BN
BN

0.50
0.50

1.80
1.80

1.20
1.20

HARDFACE
HARDFACE BNC
BNC
HARDFACE
HARDFACE FC
FC
HARDFACE
HARDFACE HC
HC
HARDFACE
HARDFACE HC333
HC333
HARDFACE
HARDFACE CN
CN

2.50
2.50
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
3.50
3.50
5.00
5.00

2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.30
1.30
0.20
0.20
0.50
0.50

0.60
0.60
0.80
0.80
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

11.5
11.5
19.0
19.0
27.0
27.0
32.5
32.5
22.0
22.0

HARDFACE
HARDFACE CV
CV

5.50
5.50

0.50
0.50

1.30
1.30

21.5
21.5

3.00
3.00

6.20
6.20

W
W :: 1.00
1.00
V
V :: 0.40
0.40

64
64 HRC
HRC

950
950 -- 2900
2900

HARDFACE
HARDFACE CNV
CNV

5.50
5.50

0.50
0.50

1.50
1.50

22.0
22.0

5.50
5.50

6.00
6.00

W
W :: 2.00
2.00
V
V :: 1.00
1.00

65
65 HRC
HRC

950
950 -- 2900
2900

0.50
0.50
7.00
7.00

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Hot oxidation

Thermal
fatigue

Mechanical
fatigue

Cavitation

Erosion

Abrasion
under
pressure

Mineral
abrasion

- The
2-18% CO2 (M12-M21)
and Argon + 2-3% Oxygen (M13)
- A neutral flux is required for submerged arc welding

Impact

HARDFACE
HARDFACE ROBODUR
ROBODUR :: for
for aa description
description of
of shielding
shielding gas
gas and
and flux
flux recommendations
recommendations see
see page
page 66
Hot abrasion

Process
EN
Process
EN 14700
14700
Standard
Standard
standard
standard
diameters
diameters
O
O :: open-arc
open-arc
G
G :: gas-shielded
gas-shielded
[mm]
recommended
shielding[mm]
gas are Argon +
S
S :: sub-arc
sub-arc

Metal/metal
friction

Product
Name
Product
Name
CHROMECORE

Mo
Mo

Hard
Hard phases
phases
[micro-hardness
[micro-hardness HV]
HV]

C
C

Shielding Gas and Flux Recommendations

Cr
Cr

Hardness
Hardness
33 layers
layers
as
as welded
welded

Description
Description and
and applications
applications

Low
Low Impact
Impact

EN 14700
standard

HARDFACE
HARDFACE HC
HC

1.6 to 2.8

CHROMECORE
430
HARDFACE
HC333
HARDFACE
HC333

G
O
O

1.2 to
to2.8
2.4
1.6
1.6
to
2.8

2.4 to 3.2

1.6 to 2.8

CHROMECORE
HARDFACE
CN
HARDFACE
CN 410

G
O
O

1.2 to
to3.2
2.4
1.6
1.6
to
3.2

2.4 to 3.2

1.6 to 2.8

CHROMECORE
HARDFACE
CV
HARDFACE
CV 414

G
O
O

1.2 to
to3.2
2.4
1.6
1.6
to
3.2

2.4 to 3.2

1.6 to 2.8

CHROMECORE
HARDFACE
CNV
HARDFACE
CNV420

G
O
O

1.2 to
to3.2
2.4
1.6
1.6
to
3.2

2.4 to 3.2

12
16 13
17

TT Fe15
Fe15

Machinability

Standard
diameters
[mm]
1.2
1.2 to
to 3.2
3.2

Workhardening

Process
O : open-arc
G : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc
O
O

Cutting
ability

Product Name

Chromium
Chromium cast
cast iron
iron offering
offering aa good
good compromise
compromise in
in applications
applications involving
involving combined
combined abrasion
abrasion and
and impact
impact
Small
Small diameter
diameter wires:
wires: flexibility
flexibility of
of use
use with
with conventional
conventional medium-powered
medium-powered welding
welding equipment
equipment
Examples:
Examples: crushers
crushers for
for soft
soft materials,
materials, shredders,
shredders, chemical
chemical and
and food
food processing
processing industries
industries
Buffer-layer
or assembly

TT ZFe
ZFe

Rebuilding
or cladding

1.2
1.2 to
to 3.2
3.2

Corrosion

O
O

0.50

Ultra-hard
Ultra-hard deposit
deposit offering
offering extremely
extremely high
high resistance
resistance to
to abrasion
abrasion under
under high
high stresses
stresses and
and moderate
moderate impacts
impacts
Contains
Contains boron
boron carbides
carbides of
of extreme
extreme hardness
hardness
Applications:
Applications: screw
screw conveyors,
conveyors, riddles
riddles for
for hot
hot materials,
materials, fans,
fans, crushers,
crushers, etc
etc

220 HB
42 HRC
38 HRC
50 HRC

Hot oxidation

HARDFACE
HARDFACE FC
FC

Mo

Thermal
fatigue

Cr
Ni
17.5
ZFe
12.5 TT ZFe
13.5
4.00
13.0

Mechanical
fatigue

Si
0.70
3.2
1.2
to
3.2
1.2
to 2.8
2.8
0.80
0.60
1.00

Impact

C
Mn
0.08
0.90
O 1.20
0.08 O
0.08
1.00
0.30
1.00

Cavitation

CHROMECORE 430
HARDFACE
BNC
HARDFACE
BNC410
CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE 414
CHROMECORE 420
Moderate
Moderate Impact
Impact

Hardness
3 layers
as welded

Erosion

TT ZFe13
ZFe13

Hot abrasion

1.2
1.2 to
to 2.8
2.8

Composition [%] - Fe balance

Mineral
abrasion
Abrasion
under
pressure

O
O

Product Name

Metal/metal
friction

HARDFACE
HARDFACE BN
BN

Ultra-hard
Ultra-hard single
single layer
layer deposit
deposit designed
designed to
to resist
resist pure
pure abrasion.
abrasion. For
For welding
welding on
on to
to unalloyed
unalloyed steels
steels with
with C
C << 0.5%
0.5%
Good
Good weldability
weldability in
in the
the horizontal
horizontal vertical
vertical position
position (PC)
(PC) for
for the
the diameter
diameter 1.2
1.2 mm
mm
Applications:
Applications: equipment
equipment used
used in
in agriculture,
agriculture, quarrying,
quarrying, mining
mining and
and civil
civil engineering.
engineering. Examples:
Examples: screw
screw conveyors,
conveyors, hoppers,
hoppers,
strimmer
strimmer cutters,
cutters, etc
etc

Description and applications


Highly
Highly abrasion
abrasion resistant
resistant chromium
chromium carbide
carbide deposit
deposit
Combination
Combination of
of primary
primary and
and eutectic
eutectic chromium
chromium carbides
carbides in
in aa tough
tough matrix
matrix
Applications:
Applications: design
design of
of high
high performance
performance composite
composite parts
parts such
such as
as wear
wear plates,
plates, mineral
mineral conveying
conveying equipment,
equipment, dredger
dredger pumps,
pumps,
mixers
mixers and
and riddle
riddle plates
plates

Fe7
TTTFe14
Fe14

17% chromium ferritic stainless steel deposit


Optimum combination of corrosion, frictional wear and temperature resistance
Highly
Highly alloyed
alloyed chromium
chromium carbide
carbide deposit
deposit designed
designed for
for single-layer
single-layer hardfacing
hardfacing
Resists sea water and dilute organic acids. Can be polished
Applications:
Applications: thin
thin components
components or
or weight-limited
weight-limited parts
parts such
such as
as continous
continous screws,
screws, fans,
fans, skips,
skips, buckets
buckets and
and mixer
mixer blades
blades
Applications: anti-corrosion coatings or buffer layer before martensitic stainless steel coatings.
Examples: continuous casting rolls, valves seats, shafts, pump bodies and rotors

Fe7
TTTFe15
Fe15

13%
martensitic
stainless
steel deposit
High
concentration
of
and
carbides
High chromium
concentration
of niobium
niobium
and chromium
chromium
carbides
Resists wear by friction, erosion, corrosion and thermal fatigue
Very
Very good
good wear
wear resistance
resistance to
to fine
fine abrasive
abrasive particles
particles of
of high
high hardness
hardness
Can be polished
Application:
Application: vertical
vertical crushers,
crushers, armouring
armouring of
of conveyors
conveyors for
for coal,
coal, clinker
clinker and
and glass
glass
Applications: continuous casting rolls, tooling for moulded glass, valves for steam and petroleum

Fe7
TTTFe16
Fe16

Soft
martensitic
stainlesscarbide
steel deposit
Highly
alloyed
based
Highly
alloyed chromium
chromium
carbide
based deposit
deposit with
with aa high
high concentration
concentration of
of complex
complex carbides
carbides
Resists
thermal
fatigue,
corrosion
frictional
wear
Resistant
to
abrasion
and
impacts
at
temperatures
Resistant
to combined
combined
abrasion
and and
impacts
at high
high
temperatures
Homogeneous
deposit
structure
with
controlled
contentExamples:
Applications:
deposits
for
processing
in
steelmaking.
Applications: thick
thick
deposits
for sinter
sinter
processing
inferrite
steelmaking.
Examples: drop
drop zones,
zones, sinter
sinter stars,
stars, sinter
sinter bars,
bars,
Applications:
hardfacing
continuous casting rolls, pulleys and rolls for port and waterway installations, hydraulic rams
thermal
of
thermal treatment
treatment
of metal
metalofores
ores

Fe8
TTTFe16
Fe16

Hard martensitic stainless steel deposit


Highly-alloyed
Highly-alloyed chromium
chromium cast
cast iron
iron with
with aa high
high concentration
concentration of
of complex
complex carbides
carbides
Resists frictional wear
Resists
abrasion
and
at
properties
are
in
Resists combined
combined
abrasioncomponents
and impacts
impacts suffering
at high
high temperatures.
temperatures.
The
properties
are reached
reached
in only
only three
three layers
layers
Applications:
mechanical
atmosphericThe
corrosion,
rolling
mill guides,
static
Applications:
riddling,
blast
furnace
hoppers,
extractor
fans
Applications:
riddling,
blast
furnace
hoppers,
extractor
fans
brakes for railway marshalling yards

Suited
Suited
to
thermal
arc
spraying
Suitedto
tothermal
thermalarc
arcspraying
spraying

Suitable
Suitable

Highly suitable
suitable
Highly

Hardfacing
Hardfacing -- Cladding
Cladding -- Thermal
Thermal Arc
Arc Spraying
Spraying

Hardfacing - Anti-abrasion (continued)

Composition [%] - Fe balance

Product Name
C

Mn

Si

Cr

Hardness
Others

3 layers
as welded

Hard phases
[micro-hardness HV]

Composite deposit containing tungsten


carbide particles in a steel matrix

WC : 50 to 60
according to

60 HRC *

950 - 2000

HARDFACE NICARBW

Composite deposit containing tungsten carbide


particles in a nickel-boron-silicon matrix

WC : 50 to 60
according to

45 HRC *

1800 - 2000

HARDFACE VN

5.00

63 HRC

950 - 2900

66 HRC

950 - 3300

57 HRC

950 - 3200

58 HRC

950 - 3200

HARDFACE STEELCARBW

0.50

1.20

22.5

10.0

HARDFACE VNB

5.50

0.50

1.30

16.0

6.00

HARDFACE TIC

1.80

1.20

0.80

6.50

0.20

HARDFACE 168NB

1.3

1.00

1.00

6.00

Nb : 6.50
B : 1.00
Mo : 1.1
Ti: 5.00
Nb : 8.5
Ti: 0.2

* Hardness Matrix

Description and applications

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Hot oxidation

Thermal
fatigue

Mechanical
fatigue

Impact

Cavitation

Erosion

EN 14700
standard

Hot abrasion

Standard
diameters
[mm]

Abrasion
under
pressure

Process
O : open-arc
G : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc

Mineral
abrasion

Product Name

Metal/metal
friction

HARDFACE ROBODUR : for a description of shielding gas and flux recommendations see page 6

Moderate Impact (continued)

HARDFACE
STEELCARBW

1.6 to 2.8

T Fe20

Composite wire filled with carbide particles


Fine tungsten carbide grains embedded in a martensitic matrix
Extreme resistance to abrasives, especially fine-grained. Examples: dust extractor fans in the mining,
cement and steel industries, scrapper blades, components for agriculture, etc

HARDFACE NICARBW

1.6 to 2.8

T Ni20

HARDFACE VN

1.6 to 2.8

T Fe16

Chromium carbide type matrix with vanadium carbide particles dispersed uniformly throughout the deposit thickness
For improving abrasion resistance: ideal complement to conventional chromium carbide deposits at the
final pass or for local reinforcement
Applications: mixer blades, crusher component armouring, tile and brick making equipment

T Fe16

Chromium cast iron containing complex niobium, vanadium and chromium carbides
Highest resistance to abrasion by scratching, even at high temperature
Applications: rotating excavator bucket, lignite crushers-fans, homogenisers for coal or coke,
equipment for the electro-metallurgical industry

HARDFACE VNB

1.6 to 3.2

Composite wire filled with carbide particles


Tungsten carbide grains embedded in a corrosion resistant nickel-based matrix
The surface roughens slightly under the effects of wear, which protects the deposit from attack by coarser particles
Applications: drilling, food processing, chemical, fertilizer and rubber industries

High Impact

HARDFACE TIC

HARDFACE 168NB

14 15

O/G

1.2 to 2.8

1.6 to 2.8

Suited to thermal arc spraying

T Fe8

T Fe8

Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc welding, designed for hardfacing of items subjected to impact, gouging and abrasion under
high stresses
Gives a highly abrasion-resistant crack-free deposit which may be machined despite its high hardeness
Suitable for multi-layer deposits
Applications: crushing hammers and roller press, leading edges, teeth of excavator buckets and bulldozer blades, crusher cones
Suitable

Highly suitable

Tubular wire contains extremely hard finely dispersed titanium carbides


Ideal solution for resisting a combination of abrasion, high pressure and impact
Exceptional weldability and ease of application
Applications: crushing of hard materials, shredders, asphalt kneaders, vertical shaft impact crusher rotors, roller presses

Hardfacing - Cladding - Thermal Arc Spraying

Hardfacing
Hardfacing -- Anti-abrasion
Stainless - Ferritic and Martensitic
Anti-abrasion
Composition [%]
[%] -- Fe
Fe balance
balance
Composition

Product Name
Name
Product

Others
Others

5.00
5.00

Ni :: 2.00
2.00
Ni
B :: 4.50
4.50
B
B :: 2.20
2.20
B

2100 -- 3300
3300
2100

67 HRC
HRC
67
60 HRC
HRC
60
61 HRC
HRC
61
60 HRC
HRC
60
63 HRC
HRC
63

1350 -- 3300
3300
1350
950 -- 1450
1450
950
950 -- 1450
1450
950
950 -- 1500
1500
950
950 -- 2000
2000
950

Si
Si

HARDFACE BN
BN
HARDFACE

0.50
0.50

1.80
1.80

1.20
1.20

HARDFACE BNC
BNC
HARDFACE
HARDFACE FC
FC
HARDFACE
HARDFACE HC
HC
HARDFACE
HARDFACE HC333
HC333
HARDFACE
HARDFACE CN
CN
HARDFACE

2.50
2.50
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
3.50
3.50
5.00
5.00

2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.30
1.30
0.20
0.20
0.50
0.50

0.60
0.60
0.80
0.80
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

11.5
11.5
19.0
19.0
27.0
27.0
32.5
32.5
22.0
22.0

HARDFACE CV
CV
HARDFACE

5.50
5.50

0.50
0.50

1.30
1.30

21.5
21.5

3.00
3.00

6.20
6.20

W :: 1.00
1.00
W
V :: 0.40
0.40
V

64 HRC
HRC
64

950 -- 2900
2900
950

HARDFACE CNV
CNV
HARDFACE

5.50
5.50

0.50
0.50

1.50
1.50

22.0
22.0

5.50
5.50

6.00
6.00

W :: 2.00
2.00
W
V :: 1.00
1.00
V

65 HRC
HRC
65

950 -- 2900
2900
950

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Hot oxidation

Thermal
fatigue

Mechanical
fatigue

Cavitation

Erosion

Hot abrasion

Abrasion
under
pressure

Mineral
abrasion

Metal/metal
friction

Process
EN 14700
14700
Process
EN
Standard
Standard
standard
standard
diameters
diameters
O :: open-arc
open-arc
O
G :: gas-shielded
gas-shielded
G
[mm]
-- The
The recommended
recommended
shielding
shielding[mm]
gas
gas are
are Argon
Argon ++ 2-18%
2-18% CO
CO22 (M12-M21)
(M12-M21)
S :: sub-arc
sub-arc
S

and
and Argon
Argon ++ 2-3%
2-3% Oxygen
Oxygen (M13)
(M13)
-- A
A neutral
neutral flux
flux is
is required
required for
for submerged
submerged arc
arc welding
welding

Nb
Nb

65 HRC
HRC
65

Mn
Mn

0.50
0.50
7.00
7.00

HARDFACE ROBODUR
ROBODUR :: for
for aa description
description of
of shielding
shielding gas
gas and
and flux
flux recommendations
recommendations see
see page
page 66
HARDFACE

Impact

Product Name
Name
Product
CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE

Mo
Mo

Hard phases
phases
Hard
[micro-hardness HV]
HV]
[micro-hardness

C
C

Shielding
Shielding Gas
Gas and
and Flux
Flux Recommendations
Recommendations

Cr
Cr

Hardness
Hardness
layers
33 layers
as welded
welded
as

Description and
and applications
applications
Description

Low Impact
Impact
Low

EN
EN 14700
14700
standard
standard

HARDFACE HC
HC
HARDFACE

O
O

1.6
1.6 to
to 2.8
2.8

CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE
430
430
HARDFACE
HC333
HARDFACE
HC333

G
G
O
O

1.2
1.2to
to2.8
2.4
2.4
1.6
to
2.8
1.6

SS

2.4
2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2

O
O

1.6
1.6 to
to 2.8
2.8

CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE
410
HARDFACE
CN 410
HARDFACE
CN

G
G
O
O

1.2
1.2to
to3.2
2.4
2.4
1.6
to
3.2
1.6

SS

2.4
2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2

O
O

1.6
1.6 to
to 2.8
2.8

CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE
414
HARDFACE
CV 414
HARDFACE
CV

G
G
O
O

1.2
1.2to
to3.2
2.4
2.4
1.6
to
3.2
1.6

SS

2.4
2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2

O
O

1.6
1.6 to
to 2.8
2.8

CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE
420
HARDFACE
CNV420
HARDFACE
CNV

G
G
O
O

1.2
1.2to
to3.2
2.4
2.4
1.6
to
3.2
1.6

SS

2.4
2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2

12
16
16 13
17
17

Fe15
TT Fe15

Machinability
Machinability

Standard
Standard
diameters
diameters
[mm]
[mm]
1.2 to
to 3.2
3.2
1.2

WorkWorkhardening
hardening

Process
Process
O
O :: open-arc
open-arc
G
G :: gas-shielded
gas-shielded
SS :: sub-arc
sub-arc
O
O

Cutting
Cutting
ability
ability

Product
Product Name
Name

Chromium cast
cast iron
iron offering
offering aa good
good compromise
compromise in
in applications
applications involving
involving combined
combined abrasion
abrasion and
and impact
impact
Chromium
Small diameter
diameter wires:
wires: flexibility
flexibility of
of use
use with
with conventional
conventional medium-powered
medium-powered welding
welding equipment
equipment
Small
Examples: crushers
crushers for
for soft
soft materials,
materials, shredders,
shredders, chemical
chemical and
and food
food processing
processing industries
industries
Examples:
Buffer-layer
Buffer-layer
or
or assembly
assembly

ZFe
TT ZFe

Rebuilding
Rebuilding
or
or cladding
cladding

1.2 to
to 3.2
3.2
1.2

Corrosion
Corrosion

O
O

0.50
0.50

Ultra-hard deposit
deposit offering
offering extremely
extremely high
high resistance
resistance to
to abrasion
abrasion under
under high
high stresses
stresses and
and moderate
moderate impacts
impacts
Ultra-hard
Contains boron
boron carbides
carbides of
of extreme
extreme hardness
hardness
Contains
Applications: screw
screw conveyors,
conveyors, riddles
riddles for
for hot
hot materials,
materials, fans,
fans, crushers,
crushers, etc
etc
Applications:

220
220 HB
HB
42
42 HRC
HRC
38
38 HRC
HRC
50
50 HRC
HRC

Hot
Hot oxidation
oxidation

HARDFACE FC
FC
HARDFACE

Mo
Mo

Thermal
Thermal
fatigue
fatigue

Cr
Cr
Ni
Ni
17.5
17.5
ZFe
12.5
12.5 TT ZFe
13.5
4.00
13.5
4.00
13.0
13.0

Mechanical
Mechanical
fatigue
fatigue

Si
Si
0.70
0.70
3.2
1.2
to 2.8
2.8
3.2
1.2
to
0.80
0.80
0.60
0.60
1.00
1.00

Impact
Impact

C
C
Mn
Mn
0.08
0.08
0.90
0.90
O 1.20
0.08
0.08 O
1.20
0.08
1.00
0.08
1.00
0.30
1.00
0.30
1.00

Cavitation
Cavitation

CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE 430
430
HARDFACE
BNC410
HARDFACE
BNC
CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE
410
CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE 414
414
CHROMECORE
CHROMECORE 420
420
Moderate Impact
Impact
Moderate

Hardness
Hardness
33 layers
layers
as
as welded
welded

Erosion
Erosion

ZFe13
TT ZFe13

Hot
Hot abrasion
abrasion

1.2 to
to 2.8
2.8
1.2

Composition
Composition [%]
[%] -- Fe
Fe balance
balance

Mineral
Mineral
abrasion
abrasion
Abrasion
Abrasion
under
under
pressure
pressure

O
O

Product
Product Name
Name

Metal/metal
Metal/metal
friction
friction

HARDFACE BN
BN
HARDFACE

Ultra-hard single
single layer
layer deposit
deposit designed
designed to
to resist
resist pure
pure abrasion.
abrasion. For
For welding
welding on
on to
to unalloyed
unalloyed steels
steels with
with C
C << 0.5%
0.5%
Ultra-hard
Good weldability
weldability in
in the
the horizontal
horizontal vertical
vertical position
position (PC)
(PC) for
for the
the diameter
diameter 1.2
1.2 mm
mm
Good
Applications: equipment
equipment used
used in
in agriculture,
agriculture, quarrying,
quarrying, mining
mining and
and civil
civil engineering.
engineering. Examples:
Examples: screw
screw conveyors,
conveyors, hoppers,
hoppers,
Applications:
strimmer cutters,
cutters, etc
etc
strimmer

Description
Description and
and applications
applications
Highly abrasion
abrasion resistant
resistant chromium
chromium carbide
carbide deposit
deposit
Highly
Combination of
of primary
primary and
and eutectic
eutectic chromium
chromium carbides
carbides in
in aa tough
tough matrix
matrix
Combination
Applications: design
design of
of high
high performance
performance composite
composite parts
parts such
such as
as wear
wear plates,
plates, mineral
mineral conveying
conveying equipment,
equipment, dredger
dredger pumps,
pumps,
Applications:
mixers and
and riddle
riddle plates
plates
mixers

Fe7
Fe7
Fe14
TTTTFe14

17%
17% chromium
chromium ferritic
ferritic stainless
stainless steel
steel deposit
deposit
Optimum
Optimum combination
combination of
of corrosion,
corrosion, frictional
frictional wear
wear and
and temperature
temperature resistance
resistance
Highly alloyed
alloyed chromium
chromium carbide
carbide deposit
deposit designed
designed for
for single-layer
single-layer hardfacing
hardfacing
Highly
Resists
Resists sea
sea water
water and
and dilute
dilute organic
organic acids.
acids. Can
Can be
be polished
polished
Applications: thin
thin components
components or
or weight-limited
weight-limited parts
parts such
such as
as continous
continous screws,
screws, fans,
fans, skips,
skips, buckets
buckets and
and mixer
mixer blades
blades
Applications:
Applications:
Applications: anti-corrosion
anti-corrosion coatings
coatings or
or buffer
buffer layer
layer before
before martensitic
martensitic stainless
stainless steel
steel coatings.
coatings.
Examples:
Examples: continuous
continuous casting
casting rolls,
rolls, valves
valves seats,
seats, shafts,
shafts, pump
pump bodies
bodies and
and rotors
rotors

Fe7
Fe7
Fe15
TTTTFe15

13%
13%
chromium
martensitic
martensitic
stainless
stainless
steel
steel deposit
deposit
Highchromium
concentration
of niobium
niobium
and chromium
chromium
carbides
High
concentration
of
and
carbides
Resists
Resists wear
wear by
by friction,
friction, erosion,
erosion, corrosion
corrosion and
and thermal
thermal fatigue
fatigue
Very good
good wear
wear resistance
resistance to
to fine
fine abrasive
abrasive particles
particles of
of high
high hardness
hardness
Very
Can
Can be
be polished
polished
Application: vertical
vertical crushers,
crushers, armouring
armouring of
of conveyors
conveyors for
for coal,
coal, clinker
clinker and
and glass
glass
Application:
Applications:
Applications: continuous
continuous casting
casting rolls,
rolls, tooling
tooling for
for moulded
moulded glass,
glass, valves
valves for
for steam
steam and
and petroleum
petroleum

Fe7
Fe7
Fe16
TTTTFe16

Soft
Soft
martensitic
martensitic
stainless
stainless
steel
steel deposit
deposit
Highly
alloyed chromium
chromium
carbide
based deposit
deposit with
with aa high
high concentration
concentration of
of complex
complex carbides
carbides
Highly
alloyed
carbide
based
Resists
Resists
thermal
thermal
fatigue,
fatigue,
corrosion
corrosion
and
frictional
frictional
wear
wear
Resistant
to combined
combined
abrasion
andand
impacts
at high
high
temperatures
Resistant
to
abrasion
and
impacts
at
temperatures
Homogeneous
Homogeneous
deposit
deposit
structure
structure
with
with
controlled
controlled
ferrite
content
content
Applications: thick
thick
deposits
for sinter
sinter
processing
inferrite
steelmaking.
Examples: drop
drop zones,
zones, sinter
sinter stars,
stars, sinter
sinter bars,
bars,
Applications:
deposits
for
processing
in
steelmaking.
Examples:
Applications:
Applications:
hardfacing
hardfacing
of
continuous
continuous casting
casting rolls,
rolls, pulleys
pulleys and
and rolls
rolls for
for port
port and
and waterway
waterway installations,
installations, hydraulic
hydraulic rams
rams
thermal treatment
treatment
of metal
metalof
ores
thermal
of
ores

Fe8
Fe8
Fe16
TTTTFe16

Hard
Hard martensitic
martensitic stainless
stainless steel
steel deposit
deposit
Highly-alloyed chromium
chromium cast
cast iron
iron with
with aa high
high concentration
concentration of
of complex
complex carbides
carbides
Highly-alloyed
Resists
Resists frictional
frictional wear
wear
Resists combined
combined
abrasioncomponents
and impacts
impacts suffering
at high
high temperatures.
temperatures.
The
properties
are reached
reached
in only
only three
three layers
layers
Resists
abrasion
and
at
The
properties
are
in
Applications:
Applications:
mechanical
mechanical
components
suffering
atmospheric
atmospheric
corrosion,
corrosion,
rolling
rolling
mill
mill guides,
guides,
Applications:
riddling,
blast
furnace
hoppers,
extractor
fans
static
Applications:
riddling,
blast
furnace
hoppers,
extractor
fans
static brakes
brakes for
for railway
railway marshalling
marshalling yards
yards

Suited
to
thermal
arc
spraying
Suited
Suited
Suitedto
to
tothermal
thermal
thermalarc
arc
arcspraying
spraying
spraying

Suitable
Suitable

Highly
Highly suitable
suitable

Hardfacing
Hardfacing -- Cladding
Cladding -- Thermal
Thermal Arc
Arc Spraying
Spraying

Hardfacing
Hardfacing -- Cupro-aluminium
Heat Treated Steels for Tooling
Product Name
HARDFACE WLC
HARDFACE W
HARDFACE VMOLC
HARDFACE WM
HARDFACE WMOLC
HARDFACE R40
HARDFACE R46
HARDFACE R58

CORBRONZE 201
201
CORBRONZE

G
G

1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Cu1
TT Cu1

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Hot oxidation

Thermal
fatigue

Mechanical
fatigue

Impact

Cavitation

Erosion

Hot abrasion

Machinability
Machinability

T ZFe3

Workhardening

1.2 to 2.8

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

HARDFACE VMOLC

Rebuilding
or cladding

Cu1
TT Cu1

Corrosion

2.4 to 3.2
1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Hot oxidation

S
G
G

Thermal
fatigue

CORBRONZE 100
100
CORBRONZE

Mechanical
fatigue

T Fe3

Impact

1.2 to 2.4

Cavitation

1.2 to 2.8

Erosion

HARDFACE W

Hot abrasion

EN 14700
14700
EN
standard
standard
T Fe3

Abrasion
under
pressure

1.2
to 2.8
Standard
Standard
diameters
diameters
1.2
to 2.4
[mm]
[mm]
2.4 to 3.2

Abrasion
under
pressure

ProcessO
Process
O :: open-arc
open-arc
O
G
G :: gas-shielded
gas-shielded
G
S
S :: sub-arc
sub-arc
S

Mineral
abrasion

Product Name
Name
Product

HARDFACE WLC

EN 14700
standard

Mineral
abrasion

Standard
diameters
[mm]

Metal/metal
friction

Process
O : open-arc
G : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc

C
Mn
Si
Cr
Mo
V
Others
W
: 1.50
44 HRC
0.25 CORBRONZE
2.00
0.80
6.50
1.50
CORBRONZE
W : 1.50
0.50
2.00
0.80
6.50
1.50
55 HRC
The recommended
recommended shielding
shielding gases
gases are
are 100%
100% Argon
Argon (I1)
(I1)
-- The
0.08
1.00
0.90
10.0
2.40
Ni : 1.80
36 HRC
and Argon
Argon ++ 10-50%
10-50% Helium
Helium (I3)
(I3) W : 4.00
and
0.30
0.30
0.40
2.40
45 HRC
1.10
0.60
Ni : 0.20
0.30
0.80
0.60
Product Name
Name
Product
0.12
0.60
0.50

0.60
W : 2.00
6.50
2.00
Composition [%]
[%] -- Cu
Cu balance
balance
Composition
6.30
3.20
2.80
0.40
Al
Mn
Fe
Ni
Mn
Fe
Ni
5.00Al
3.80
Ti: 0.25
8.00
0.50
0.50
0.40
8.00
0.50
0.50
0.40
Ti: 0.30
6.80
2.20
9.00
0.50
3.50
0.40
9.00
0.50
3.50
0.40
2.20
5.00
7.60
1.10
11.5
0.50
3.50 W :0.40
0.40
11.5
0.50
3.50

Low crackingand
sensitivity
Description
and
applications
Description
applications

Specially developed for rebuilding and buffering on very large components and alloyed steels
Applications: mill rolls, bells and hoppers seats in blast furnaces, moulds for light alloys, forging tooling,etc

Hard deposit (55 HRC) that keeps it properties over

Heat treatable self-hardening deposits


Range of products designed for the construction
Low hardness,
hardness, easily
easily machined
machined
Low
and repair of hot working tooling: forging,

For
cladding
or
buffering
on
steel,
cast
iron
or
cupro
aluminium
alloys
of
high
hardness
For cladding
buffering
steel,
cast iron or cupro aluminium alloys of high hardness
Resists
thermalorfatigue
and on
high
pressure
stamping and deburring dies
Deposit can be polished
Applications: moulds for moulded glass or for pressure casting of light alloys
Usable
over
wide
temperature range
range
and
Usable
over
aa wide
Tooling for hot shearing, punches, inserts
impact
forging
toolstemperature
long periods of exposure up to 500C

Suitable for
for cryogenic
cryogenic applications,
applications, valve
valve shafts
shafts and
and seats,
seats, slideways
slideways
Suitable

Medium hardness deposit (46 HRC) offering exceptional


oxidation resistance and hot toughness up to 600C
As-welded hardness may be increased by tempering

Product selection depending on the deposit


hardness required, the welding technique and
the base material

1.2 to 2.4

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 301
301
CORBRONZE

G
G

1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Cu1
TT Cu1

HARDFACE WMOLC

1.2 to 2.8

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 202
202
CORBRONZE

G
G

1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Cu1
TT Cu1

HARDFACE R40

1.2 to 1.6

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 302
302
CORBRONZE

G
G

1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Cu1
TT Cu1

Tough deposits with increasing hardness for touching up and repair of hot and cold working tooling

HARDFACE R46

1.2 to 1.6

T Fe3

Can be heat treated by oil quenching and tempering (40, 46 and 58 HRC)

CORBRONZE 204
204
CORBRONZE

G
G

1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Cu1
TT Cu1

Applications: plastic injection screws and moulds for polymers

HARDFACE R58

1.2 to 1.6

T Fe3

CORBRONZE 304
304
CORBRONZE

G
G

1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Cu1
TT Cu1

1.2 to 2.4

T ZFe4

CORBRONZE 404
404
CORBRONZE

G
G

1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

Cu1
TT Cu1

1.6 to 2.4

G
G
G

1.2 to 2.4
1.2 and
and 1.6
1.6
1.2

2.4 to 3.2

HARDFACE DCO
CORBRONZE CMA1
CMA1
CORBRONZE

18 19
10
11

Suited
to
thermal
arc
spraying
Suited
Suitedto
tothermal
thermalarc
arcspraying
spraying

52 HRC
Hardness
Hardness
layers
33 layers
40
HRC
as welded
welded
as
45 HRC
150
HB
150
HB
55
HRC
210 HB
HB
210
60
HRC
320
HB
320
HB

Description and applications

HARDFACE WM

HARDFACE AR

Hardness
3 layers
as welded

0.22
1.00
0.50
CORBRONZE
100
100
0.35 CORBRONZE
1.20
0.50
CORBRONZE 201
201
CORBRONZE
HARDFACE AR
1.10 CORBRONZE
0.40
0.25
CORBRONZE
301
301
210 HB
HB
CORBRONZE 202
202
9.00
1.00
2.00 Ni :4.80
4.80
210
CORBRONZE
9.00
1.00
2.00
0.50
HARDFACE DCO
0.15 CORBRONZE
0.40
0.70
14.0
2.50
47
HRC
320
HB
CORBRONZE
302
11.5
1.00
2.00 Co 4.80
4.80
320
HB
302
11.5
1.00
2.00
: 12.5
CORBRONZE 204
204
9.00
4.00
210 HB
HB
CORBRONZE
9.00
4.00
210
CORBRONZE 304
304
11.5
4.00
320 HB
HB
CORBRONZE
11.5
4.00
320
HARDFACE ROBODUR : for a description
of shielding
gas
and flux recommendations
see
page
6
420 HB
HB
CORBRONZE 404
404
13.5
4.00
420
CORBRONZE
13.5
4.00
210 HB
HB
CORBRONZE CMA1
CMA1
8.00
11.5
3.00
2.00
210
CORBRONZE
8.00
11.5
3.00
2.00

Metal/metal
friction

Product Name

Composition
[%] - Fe balance
Shielding
Gas Recommendation

Good resistant
resistant to
to hot
hot friction
friction
Good

Applications:
pistons
for
aluminium
casting
and injection,
injection, glass
glass making
making moulds
moulds
Applications:
pistons
aluminium
casting
and
Hard
deposit (52
HRC)for
offering
exceptional
oxidation
resistance and hot toughness up to 600C
Use HARDFACE
WLC of
for
rebuilding
buffering
Series
of alloys
alloys
withor
low
Series
with
aa low
A suitable heat treatment enables hardnesses up to 57 HRC to be reached
coefficient
of
friction,
good
coefficient
of
friction,
good
Applications:
press tooling
Best combination
combination
of weldability
weldability and
and corrosion
corrosion resistance
resistance for
for multi-layer
multi-layer deposits
deposits
Best
of
Applications: heat
heat exchangers
exchangers -- covers
covers and
and baffle
baffle plates
plates
Applications:

Combines high
high hardness
hardness with
with resistance
resistance to
to marine
marine corrosion
corrosion
Combines
Applications: sealing
sealing seats,
seats, guides
guides
Applications:
For parts
parts undergoing
undergoing friction
friction under
under low
low pressure
pressure
For
Applications: shafts,
shafts, bushes
bushes
Applications:

heat resistance
resistance
heat

Resists corrosion
corrosion by
by oxidising
oxidising
Resists
acids and
and sea
sea water
water
acids

Toughness may
may be
be increased
increased
Toughness
by aa suitable
suitable thermal
thermal treatment
treatment
by

For parts
parts undergoing
undergoing friction
friction under
under medium
medium pressure
pressure
For

Applications:
slideways,
guidewire
plates
andarings,
rings,
mandrel
slides,
coiler
flanges
Applications:
slideways,
guide
plates
and
slides,
flanges
Seamless
copper
coated tubular
giving
toughmandrel
high speed
steelcoiler
deposit
Exceptional wear resistance in cold cutting operations
Keeps its properties to 600C. Hardness may be increased to ~65 HRC by tempering
For parts
partsof
undergoing
friction
under high
highwear
pressure
For
undergoing
friction
under
pressure
Hardfacing
parts subjected
to metal-to-metal
under moderate impact: machining tools, cold shearing blades, milling cutters,
Applications:
cold
forming tools,
tools, punches
punches and
and dies
dies for
for stainless
stainless steel
steel
knives
Applications:
forming
and wirecold
guides
Superalloy offering similar performance to cobalt based alloys
resistance
affected
by dillution,
highly resistant
to thermal shock, may be polished and keeps its properties to 550C
High
Bestcracking
combination
forlittle
resisting
erosion,
cavitation
and corrosion
corrosion
Best
combination
for
resisting
erosion,
cavitation
and
rollers
in continuous casting installations, valves for diesel engines, steam valves, deburring stamps and dies,
Applications:
by sea
sea water
watertraction
or saline
saline
media
by
or
media
for ceramic
screwsmixer
for filled
plasticpump
Applications:
shiptiles,
propellers,
mixer
blades,
pump rotors
rotors
moulds
Applications:
ship
propellers,
blades,

T ZFe3
Cu1
TT Cu1

Suitable
Suitable
Suitable

Highly
Highlysuitable
suitable
Highly
suitable

Hardfacing -- Cladding
Cladding -- Thermal
Thermal Arc
Arc Spraying
Spraying
Hardfacing

Hardfacing
and
Medium Alloyed
Nickel
Base
Hardfacing -- Low

Product
Product Name
Name

Joining
Joining Wires
Wires
Composition [%] - Fe balance

Product Name

Complementary
Complementary nickel
nickel base
base wires
wires for
for joining
joining
C
Mn
Si
Cr
are
presented
in
joining
catalogue.
are
presented
in the
the
joining
catalogue.
HARDFACE
B
0.10
1.50
0.40
1.00
0.15
0.20
0.50
0.10
0.15
0.40
0.50

HARDFACE T
HARDFACE P
HARDFACE L
ROBODUR K 250
ROBODUR K 350
ROBODUR K 450
ROBODUR K 600

1.50
2.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.20

0.80
0.80
2.50
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70

EN
EN ISO
ISO standard
standard
Material
Material No.
No.
ENi6182
ENi6182

GAMMA
GAMMA 182
182

Hardness
3 layers
Mo
as welded
GAMMA
GAMMA 4648
4648
260 HB

AWS
AWS ** standard
standard
ENiCrFe-3
ENiCrFe-3

2.4807
2.4807
ENi6082
ENi6082
2.4648
2.4648

ENi6625
ENiCrMo-3
ENi6625
ENiCrMo-3
360 HB
2.4621
2.4621
400 HB
650 HB
ENi8025
ENi8025
GAMMA
GAMMA 825
825
250 HB
0.20
2.4653
2.4653
350 HB
0.20
** Conforms
Conforms to
to the
the requirements
requirements of
of stick
stick electrode
electrode classifications
classifications
0.50
450 HB
600 HB
0.70

1.50
3.00
8.50
1.50
2.00
2.50
6.00

GAMMA
GAMMA 625
625

Product
Product Name
Name

1.2
1.2 to
to 2.8
2.8

SS

2.4
2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2

1.2 to
to 2.8
2.8
Si
Cr
Si 1.2
Cr

Fe
Fe
TT Fe1
Fe1

Mo
Mo

W
W

STELLOY
STELLOY NI
NI 520
520

0.06
0.06

SS
0.20
0.20

2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2
0.20
13.0
0.202.4
13.0

2.20
2.20

6.00
6.00

0.80
0.80

STELLOY
STELLOY CCO
CCO
HARDFACE
HARDFACE
STELLOY
C
STELLOY
C PP

0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05

O
O
1.00
1.00
0.60
0.60
SS

1.2 to
to 2.8
2.8
0.60
15.5
0.601.2
15.5
0.50
16.0
0.50
16.0
2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2
2.4

3.00
3.00
Fe1
TT5.00
Fe1
5.00

16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0

4.40
4.40
4.50
4.50

O
O

STELLOY
NI520
STELLOY
NI520
ROBODUR
KK 350
ROBODUR
350

Machinability
Machinability

WorkWorkhardening
hardening

Cutting
Cutting
ability
ability

Thermal
Thermal
fatigue
fatigue

Mechanical
Mechanical
fatigue
fatigue

Impact
Impact

Cavitation
Cavitation

Others
Others

as
as welded
welded

Co
Co :: 11.5
11.5
Ti
Ti :: 3.00
3.00
Al
Al :: 2.00
2.00
Co
Co :: 2.30
2.30

Repair,
Repair, rebuilding
rebuilding and
and buffering
buffering of
of castings
castings

work
work hardened
hardened

Automated
Automated welding
welding of
of large
large parts,
parts, semi-automated
semi-automated welding
welding for
for outdoor
outdoor use
use

190
190 HB
HB
220
220 HB
HB
200
200 HB
HB

Applications:
Applications: shafts,
shafts, rollers,
rollers, wheels,
wheels, etc,
etc, in
in the
the mining
mining and
and civil
civil engineering
engineering industries
industries

350
350 HB
HB
350
350 HB
HB

Self-tempering
Self-tempering deposit
deposit for
for hardfacing
hardfacing
Wide
Wide field
field of
of application
application in
in the
the mining
mining and
and civil
civil engineering
engineering industries:
industries: bucket
bucket teeth
teeth and
and blades,
blades, slides,
slides,
conveyor
conveyor screws,
screws, etc
etc

G
G
G

1.6
1.6
to 2.4
2.4
1.0
1.6
1.0 to
1.6

Machinability
Machinability

WorkWorkhardening
hardening

Cutting
Cutting
ability
ability

Buffer-layer
Buffer-layer
or assembly
assembly
or

Rebuilding
Rebuilding
or cladding
cladding
or

Hot oxidation
oxidation
Hot

Thermal
Thermal
fatigue
fatigue

Mechanical
Mechanical
fatigue
fatigue

Fe1
TT Fe1

Impact
Impact

EN
EN 14700
14700
standard
standard

Cavitation
Cavitation

2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2
2.4
Standard
Standard
diameters
diameters
[mm]
[mm]
1.0
1.0 to
to 1.6
1.6

Erosion
Erosion

SS
Process
Process
O
O :: open-arc
open-arc
G
G :: gas-shielded
gas-shielded
SS :: sub-arc
G
G
sub-arc

Hot abrasion
abrasion
Hot

TT Fe8
Fe8

Mineral
Mineral
abrasion
abrasion
Abrasion
Abrasion
under
under
pressure
pressure

ROBODUR
ROBODUR KK 250
250

Crack-resistant deposit
deposit
Crack-resistant

Hardness
Hardness -- 33 layers
layers

1.2 to
to 2.8
2.8
1.2

Metal/metal
Metal/metal
friction
friction

Product
Product Name
Name

Erosion
Erosion

Composition
Composition [%]
[%] -- Ni
Ni balance
balance

O
O
Mn
Mn

HARDFACE
HARDFACE LL

Description
Description and
and applications
applications

Fe1
TT Fe1

C
C

HARDFACE
HARDFACE TT

Hot
Hot abrasion
abrasion

Abrasion
Abrasion
under
under
pressure
pressure

Mineral
Mineral
abrasion
abrasion

Metal/metal
Metal/metal
friction
friction

HARDFACE
HARDFACE BB

O
O

Buffer-layer
Buffer-layer
or
or assembly
assembly

EN
EN 14700
14700

Rebuilding
Rebuilding
or
or cladding
cladding

Standard
Standard

Corrosion
Corrosion

Process
Process

Corrosion
Corrosion

Product
Product Name
Name

standard
standard
O
O :: open-arc
open-arc
diameters
diameters
STELLOY
STELLOY (Nickel
(Nickel base)
base)
G
G :: gas-shielded
gas-shielded [mm]
[mm]
-- The
recommended
shielding
gases
are
100%
(M12)
The recommended
shielding gases are 100% Argon
Argon (I1)
(I1) and
and Argon
Argon ++ 1-3%
1-3% CO
CO22 (M12)
SS :: sub-arc
sub-arc
-- A
A neutral
neutral flux
flux is
is required
required for
for submerged
submerged arc
arc welding
welding

Hot
Hot oxidation
oxidation

HARDFACE
HARDFACE Gas
ROBODUR
ROBODUR
for
for aa description
description
of
of shielding
shielding gas
gas and
and flux
flux recommendations
recommendations see
see page
page 66
Shielding
and
Recommendations
Shielding
Gas
and::Flux
Flux
Recommendations

Description
Description and
and applications
applications

Seamless
Seamless copper
copper coated
coated tubular
tubular wires
wires for
for gas-shielded
gas-shielded welding
welding
Superalloy
Superalloy offering
offering extreme
extreme resistance
resistance to
to high
high temperature
temperature stress
stress and
and thermal
thermal shock
shock
Excellent
Excellent weldability
weldability
Recomended
Recomended with
with buffer
buffer layer
layer of
of STELLOY
STELLOY C
C
Applications:
Applications: high
high speed
speed forging
forging tools,
tools, tube
tube extrusion
extrusion mandrels
mandrels

TT Ni4
Ni4
Fe1
Fe1

Rebuilding
Rebuilding and
and buffering
buffering of
of forged
forged or
or rolled
rolled mechanical
mechanical components:
components: transmission
transmission shafts,
shafts, rolls
rolls or
or chocks
chocks for
for
steel
steel making,
making, roller
roller bearing
bearing seats,
seats, rollers
rollers for
for gantry
gantry cranes,
cranes, gear
gear teeth,
teeth, forging
forging tools
tools and
and dies
dies

STELLOY
CCO
STELLOY
CCO
ROBODUR
ROBODUR
KK 450
450

STELLOY
C
STELLOY
CKK 600
ROBODUR
ROBODUR
600

88 21
921
9
20
20

O
O

2.4
2.4 and
and 2.8
2.8

G
G
G
G

1.0
1.0 to
to 1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6 to
to 2.8
2.8

O
O

2.4
2.4 and
and 2.8
2.8

G
G
G

1.6
1.6
to 2.8
2.8
1.0
1.0 to
1.6
1.6

SS

2.4
2.4 to
to 3.2
3.2

TT Ni2
Ni2
Fe2
Fe2

Superalloy
Superalloy offering
offering extreme
extreme resistance
resistance to
to prolonged
prolonged high
high temperature
temperature stress
stress
Good
Good resistance
resistance to
to corrosion,
corrosion, wear
wear and
and high
high temperature
temperature oxidation
oxidation
Applications:
Applications: tube
tube extrusion
extrusion dies,
dies, extrusion
extrusion tooling
tooling and
and forging
forging die
die

TT Ni2
Ni2
Fe2
Fe2

Repair
Repair assembly,
assembly, buffering,
buffering, cladding
cladding and
and friction
friction wear
wear resistant
resistant coating
coating
Seamless
Seamless copper
copper coated
coated tubular
tubular wires
wires for
for gas-shielded
gas-shielded welding
welding
Suited
Suited for
for use
use between
between -196C
-196C and
and +1050C
+1050C
Retains
Retainsstress
aa high
high
hardness
hardness
level
levelin
to
tothe
400C
400C
Resists
corrosion
cracking
presence
Resists
stress
corrosion
cracking
in
the
presence of
of hydrogen
hydrogen sufphide
sufphide
Excellent
Excellent weldability
weldability
Recomended
for
Recomended
for buffering
buffering before
before cladding
cladding with
with STELLOY
STELLOY NI520
NI520
Hardfacing
Hardfacing applications
applications
for
for all
all
industries:
industries:
seats,
seats,
cams,
cams, raceways,
raceways,
press
press and
and transport
transport screws
screws
Applications:
pumps
for
the
and
industries
Applications:
pumps and
and valves
valves
for
the chemical
chemical
and petrochemical
petrochemical
industries

Suited
Suitedto
to
tothermal
thermal
thermalarc
arc
arcspraying
spraying
spraying
Suited
Suited
to
thermal
arc
spraying

Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable

Highly
Highly
suitable
Highly
Highlysuitable
suitable
suitable

Hardfacing
Hardfacing -- Cladding
Cladding -- Thermal
Thermal Arc
Arc Spraying
Spraying

Hardfacing - Work-Hardening
Manganese Alloys
Cobalt Base
Shielding Gas Recommendation
STELLOY (Cobalt base)
- The recommended shielding gas is 100% Argon (I1)
- Specific TIG versions available in diameter 1.2 mm and 1.6 mm.

Composition [%] - Co balance

Product Name

Shielding Gas and Flux Recommendations

Hardness - 3 layers

Mn

Si

Cr

Fe

Others

as welded

work hardened

STELLOY 25

0.15

1.50

1.00

20.0

14.0

4.00

210 HB

40 HRC

STELLOY 21

0.25

1.00

1.00

28.0

Ni : 9.50
Ni : 3.00
Mo : 5.50

33 HRC

47 HRC

STELLOY 6 BC
STELLOY 6
STELLOY 6 HC
STELLOY 12
STELLOY 1

0.90
1.05
1.20
1.50
2.30

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

28.5
28.5
28.5
30.0
28.5

4.00
4.50
4.50
4.50
7.50
12.0

4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00

38 HRC
42 HRC
44 HRC
45 HRC
53 HRC

HARDFACE
19 9 6
STELLOY
66 HC
STELLOY
HC

STELLOY
12
STELLOY
12AP
HARDFACE

STELLOY
11 NM14
STELLOY
HARDFACE

22
6 23
7

180 HB

47 HRC

Co1 14.0
16.0
0.50 TT Co1
1.2
to
2.4
1.2
to
2.4
14.0
0.50

1.2 to 2.8

G
G
G

1.2
1.2
to
2.4
1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4

2.4 to 3.2

1.2 to 2.8

G
G
G

1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4
1.2
1.2
to
2.4

2.4 to 3.2

1.2 to 2.8

G
G
G

1.2
1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4
1.2 to 2.4

44 HRC
46
HRC

Suited to thermal arc spraying


Suited
Suited to
to thermal
thermal arc
arc spraying
spraying

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Corrosion

Rebuilding
or cladding

Machinabilty

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

TT Co2
Co2

Corrosion

EN 14700
standard

Description and applications

Highly
Highly resistant
resistant to
to high
high temperature
temperature wear
wear and
and metal-to-metal
metal-to-metal abrasion
abrasion
Particular
Particular ease
ease of
of application
application due
due to
to its
its low
low cracking
cracking tendency
tendency
Maintains
Maintains aa good
good level
level of
of hardness
hardness at
at high
high temperatures
temperatures
Applications:
Applications: straightening
straightening guides,
guides, vertical
vertical mill
mill rolls
rolls and
and foot
foot rolls
rolls in
in continuous
continuous casting
casting

Ideal
Ideal choice
choice for
for resisting
resisting multiple
multiple combinations
combinations of
of stresses
stresses
Resists
Resists corrosion
corrosion and
and cavitation
cavitation
Maintains
Maintains aa good
good level
level of
of hardness
hardness at
at high
high temperatures
temperatures
Work-hardenable,
Work-hardenable, can
can be
be polished,
polished, low
low coefficient
coefficient of
of friction
friction
Applications:
Applications: industrial
industrial valve
valve work,
work, forging
forging dies
dies and
and hot
hot shearing
shearing blades
blades

Equivalent
Equivalent alloy
alloy to
to STELLOY
STELLOY 66 with
with lower
lower carbon
carbon
Easier
Easier machining
machining and
and reduced
reduced cracking
cracking tendency
tendency
Recomended
Recomended for
for buffering
buffering on
on large
large parts
parts or
or for
for thick
thick deposits
deposits

TT Co2
Co2

Mechanical
fatigue

1.2
1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4

48 HRC

200 HB

Impact

G
G

240 HB

Cavitation

Standard
diameters
1.6
to
1.6
to 2.4
2.4
[mm]

Mechanical
fatigue

9.00

0.40
G
G
1.00

Process
O : open-arc
O
O
G : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc

Impact

19.0

1.6
1.6 to
to 2.4
2.4 0.50
6.00

1.2
1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4

Cavitation

work hardened

O
O
0.10

G
G

Erosion

Hot abrasion

as welded

Erosion

STELLOY
STELLOY 66

Ni

Hot abrasion

Product Name

Cr

Si

Abrasion
under
pressure

STELLOY
STELLOY 66 BC
BC

Mn

Hardness - 3 layers

Mineral
abrasion

HARDFACE NM14

Abrasion
under
pressure

1.2
ZCo
1.2 to
to 2.4
2.4 [%] -TTFe
ZCobalance
Composition

C
HARDFACE 19 9 6
STELLOY
21
STELLOY
21 AP
HARDFACE

Mineral
abrasion

Metal/metal
friction

G
G

Metal/metal
friction

STELLOY
STELLOY
25
Product 25
Name

Hot oxidation

EN
EN 14700
14700

Standard
Standard

Hot oxidation

Process
Process

standard
O
open-arc
O ::seamless
open-arc
diameters
diameters
- ROBODUR (a
cored
wire)standard
the recommended shielding gases are
G
G :: gas-shielded
gas-shielded [mm]
[mm]
Argon + 2-25%
CO2 (M12-M21) and Argon + 2-3% Oxygen (M13)
S
S :: sub-arc
sub-arc

Thermal
fatigue

Product Name

Thermal
fatigue

- HARDFACE (a cored wire with a seam) the recommended shielding gas is


Argon + 5-25% CO2 (M21)
A neutral flux is required for submerged arc welding

Description and applications

Combines
Combines all
all the
the outstanding
outstanding properties
properties of
of the
the cobalt
cobalt base
base alloys,
alloys, including
including abrasion
abrasion and
and erosion
erosion resistance
resistance
Deposit
Deposit of
of intermediate
intermediate hardness
hardness with
with good
good machinability
machinability
Wide
Wide field
field of
of applications:
applications: hot
hot shearing
shearing tools,
tools, petrochemical
petrochemical and
and industrial
industrial valves,
valves, valves
valves and
and valve
valve seats
seats of
of marine
marine engines,
engines,
pump
pump sleeves
sleeves and
and shafts
shafts

Fe10
TT Co2
Co2

Equivalent
alloy
66 with
higher
Equivalent
alloy to
to STELLOY
STELLOY
with
higher carbon
carbon
Highly resistant
to cracking
- austenitic
structure that work-hardens strongly
Allows
the
hardness
to
obtained
low
from
first
Allows
the required
required
hardness
to be
be
obtained
on
low alloy
alloy steels
steels
from the
thewear
first layer
layer
Wide field
of application:
buffer
layer
beforeon
hardfacing,
assembly
of
plates and armouring, and of manganese
Applications:
small
and
Applications:
small valves
valves
and valve
valve gates,
gates, extrusion
extrusion dies
dies
steels and dissimilar
joints

TTTCo2
Co2
Fe9

Good
to
on
of
high
Good
resistance
to abrasion
abrasion by
by minerals
minerals
on account
account
of its
its
high hardness
hardness
High resistance
rate of work-hardening.
Non-magnetic
deposit
strongly
resistant to impact and high pressure
Particularly
suited
to
of
tools
Particularly
suited
to the
the production
production
of cutting
cuttingof
tools
Rebuilding,
buffer
layers
and assembly
manganese steels. Buffer layer before hardfacing with chromium cast iron
Applications:
wood
and
paper
industries,
extrusion
for
plastic
Applications:
wood
andwork
paperon
industries,
extrusion
screws
for filled
filled
plastic bars, cones and jaws for crushers
Applications:
repair
railway frogs
andscrews
crossings.
Hammers,

TTTCo3
Co3
Fe9

Highest
of
alloy
range,
excellent
to
Highest
hardness
of the
the cobalt
cobalt
base
alloysimilar
range, offering
offering
excellent
resistance
to abrasion
abrasion
and corrosion
corrosion
Colour hardness
and structure
of
the base
deposit
to
Hadfield
type resistance
manganese
steel and
Self
Self polishing,
polishing, promotes
promotes scratch
scratch free
free sliding
sliding of
of abrasive
abrasive materials
materials
Applications:
Applications:
for retouching
of casting imperfections
Applications:
rubber
rubber kneaders
kneaders
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable

Highly suitable
Highly
Highly suitable
suitable

Hardfacing -- Cladding
Cladding -- Thermal
Thermal Arc
Arc Spraying
Spraying
Hardfacing

Cladding and Using this catalogue


Definitions
Cored Wires

Base material - chemical composition?


Working conditions?
Abrasion - impact - thermal fatigue - corrosion

Which Alloy?

Surface finish required?


As welded - machined - polished
Deposit thickness - number of layers?
Technical objectives?
Performance - reliability - service lifetime

Which Process?
Product Name

Hardfacing by arc welding is a surfacing operation to extend the service life of industrial components, pre-emptively
on new components, or as part of a maintenance programme.
The result of significant savings in machine down time and production costs has meant that this process has been
adopted across many industries.
For each industrial application and wear phenomena, there is a Welding Alloys cored welding wire to provide wear
resistance. Due to the unrivalled flexibility and ease of application, cored wires are used in many situations in
workshops, on site, for new parts or for repair. An alloy may be deposited by various welding methods;

Open arc
Size and shape of work piece to be hardfaced?
Gas-shielded
Operational difficulties?
Submerged arcComposition [%] - Fe balance
Working environment?
Thermal arc spraying

Open arc welding (O)


Gas shielded welding MIG/MAG (G)
Submerged arc welding (S)
Thermal spraying (as shown by the symbol)

Welding
- on site
C
Mn
Si
Cr
Ni
Mo in a workshop
Nb
Available welding equipment?
TRI S 307
0.100
6.50
0.80
19.0
8.20
TRI S 312
0.100
1.30
0.80
29.0
9.50
0.30
TRI S 309L Understanding
0.030
1.75
0.80
24.5
13.0
wear phenomena and material attributes
TRI S 308L
0.030
1.80
0.80
20.5
10.0
Description
TRI S 347L Wear Mechanism
0.080
1.50
0.90
20.5
10.0
0.50
TRI S 309LMo
0.030
2.80
1.80
0.80
24.0
13.0
Metal surfaces in relative motion forced into contact with or without lubricant. Degradation by the
friction 1.40
TRI S 316L Metal/metal
0.030
0.80
19.0
12.0
2.90
formation of micro-welds between the contacting surfaces.
Mineral abrasion

Wear by relative movement of mineral particles of suitable hardness, shape and texture to remove
material from the metal surface.

Abrasion under pressure

Wear by relative movement under pressure of mineral particles of suitable hardness, shape and
texture to remove material from the metal surface, leaving superficial deformation.

TRI S 312

O
Mechanical fatigue

Attributes

Machinability

Workhardening

Cutting
ability

Buffer-layer
or assembly

Rebuilding
or cladding

Corrosion

Hot oxidation

Mechanical
fatigue

Impact

Thermal
fatigue

Tmaterial
Fe12 by chemical reaction with its environment. Complex phenomenon
Degradation of the
involving numerous parameters.

Buffer layer or assembly


O

Machinability

1.6

Rebuilding of heavily worked stressed mechanical components and of steels of high carbon equivalent
High initial hardness Work-hardenable deposit
Resists wear by friction and oxidation
Applications: repair of gear teeth, sprockets, chain links

Cladding of mild and low alloy steels


Buffering before cladding with 308L or 347
Transition layer on 308L-clad steel

1.2 toDescription
2.4
T 23 12 L U N 3
T Fe12

Repair by resurfacing to the original or specified dimensions.


Application of a corrosion-resistant protective cladding.
Layer of weld metal providing a good metallurgical transition between the base metal and the

Cladding of 308L in the chemical and petrochemical industries

welded
1.2 tocoating.
2.4 For T
19 9joints
L Ubetween
N 3 similar or dissimilar materials.
Ability of the material
to resist impact, heat, friction and abrasion simultaneously for edge retention
T Fe12
of cutting tools.

Ability of a material to increase its surface hardness under the effect of impact or high pressure.
In general, this increases wear resistance.

1.6 to 2.4

elements essential to the physical, chemical


and mechanical properties of the deposit are
highlighted in the composition tables.

Heat resistant cladding in 347 for the petrochemical industry

T 19 9 Nb U N 3
T Fe12

Suitability for machining by removal of metal shavings, e.g. turning, milling or drilling.

Chemical Composition
Example:
O of elements
1.6expressed
to 2.4
T 23 12 2 L U N 3
TRI S 309LMo
Each alloy is composed
T Fe12
as percentages by weight. The values of those
Product Name

244 5
25

Cavitation

Creation of a poorly adhering oxide layer that reforms constantly. Degradation by loss of material
tothickness.
2.4
T 29 9 U N 3

Work-hardening

TRI S 316L

Erosion

Hot oxidation O

Cutting ability

TRI S 347L

Hot abrasion

Cyclic exposure to high temperatures leading to permanent deformation by alternate expansion


and contraction. Alteration of the structure and properties of the material.

Description and applications

High elongation, work-hardenable and resistant to high temperatures


Rebuilding mechanical components: shafts and roller bearing seats
Buffer layer before hardfacing on 12-14% manganese steel

exceeding
1.2 toCyclic
3.2 deformation
T 18 not
8 Mn
U 3 the elastic limit of the material. Degradation over time by
localised stress concentrations.
T Fe10

Thermal fatigue

Rebuilding or cladding

TRI S 308L

Abrasion
under
pressure

Impact between two materials, one of which provokes deformation or rupture of the surface of the
other. This phenomenon is controlled by the toughness or ductility of the two materials.

Corrosion

TRI S 309L

Local destruction

Tearing out of grains from the metal surface by the formation and implosion of bubbles in a liquid in
rapid motion.

Impact

TRI S 307

Mineral
abrasion

O : open-arc
ErosionG : gas-shielded
S : sub-arc
Cavitation

As above but in a high-temperature environment, leading generally to softening of the metal or its

constituents.
Standards
Standard
EN ISO 17633-A
diameters
Repeated high-speed impacts between mineral particles and a material surface.
[mm] by tearing out
ENof14700
metallic grains.

Metal/metal
friction

Hot abrasion
Product Name
Process

Welding Alloys Quality Control teams are an integral part of the production process at all our production sites,
to ensure our continued commitment to delivering high quality, standard-setting welding consumables.

1.2 to 2.4

AP
T 19 9 LHARDFACE
UN3
T Fe12
Suitable

Cladding of mild and low alloy steels


Buffering before cladding with 316L and similar alloys
Transition layer on 316L-clad steel

Composition [%]
C

Mn

Si

Cr

0.40

16.0

0.50

14.0

Highly suitable

The
winning
technology

316L cladding of vessels in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food processing industries

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Product Name

Packaging

This catalogue presents a selection of standard products for


hardfacing, cladding and thermal arc spraying applications.
Welding Alloys cored wires for joining applications feature
in a separate catalogue. We will gladly examine any special
request. Please do not hesitate to consult us.

The world's largest


Wire Type
manufacturer of
cored hardfacing
wires
ALCORE a composite metallic wire
HARDSPRAY a metal cored wire

Composition [%]

Product Name

ALCORE 85 15
ALCORE 89 6 5
HARDSPRAY HB4

Product Name

Si

Mn

Cr

Ni

Fe

85.0
89.0

0.10

1.70

Standard
diameters
[mm]

1.50

28.0

Balance

Al
15.0
5.00

Others
Mo : 6.00
B : 3.80

Description and applications

Since its foundation in 1966, the Welding Alloys Group has become the global specialist in the development
of high alloy content cored wires and programmable equipment for surfacing applications.
Alloy with exothermic reaction
For the bonding layer before rebuilding
1.6
ALCORE
85
15
Using production machinery of our own design,
Welding Alloys now designs and manufactures a range of
Thin layer anti-wear protection

welding wires unequalled in the global market. By responding to the needs of our customers, and maintaining
a continuous and significant research investment, we are able to lead the market in cored welding wire
technology.
Alloy with exothermic reaction
ALCORE 89 6 5

1.6

HARDSPRAY HB4

1.6

For the bonding layer and rebuilding

Self-lubricating
propertiesand require ever more complex materials.
Performance and quality criteria are becoming
ever more stringent
Applications:
sealing and
mechanicalcomponents,
seats
Shortages of raw materials are leading increasingly
to thebearing,
development
of composite
with
surfacing provided by the hardfacing method, using sophisticated allloys. The Welding Alloys Group are
Erosive wear-resistant coating
proud to bring ground-breaking hardfacing technology
to our customers.
Surface protection for complex shapes
High productivity, ease of application on site

WA Performance Guarantee means we will


always recommend
theand
product
Applications:
boiler tubes
panelswith the highest performance for
our customers' applications.
The above list is not exhaustive. Other hardfacing cored
wires can be thermally arc sprayed with excellent results.
A selection of these products is identified in this catalogue
by the thermal arc spraying symbol.

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ALCORE 85 15
ALCORE 89 6 5
CHROMECORE 410
CHROMECORE 414
CHROMECORE 420
Metal basket reel
WA Pack - not shown
CHROMECORE 430
Standard net weight
Wire Capacity
: 25kg
: 400kg
CORBRONZE 100
Drum
External
Dimensions
: 410mm
CORBRONZE 201
Standard net weight
: 330kg
Internal
: 950mm
Height
: 300mm
CORBRONZE 202
External
: 105mm
: 800mm
Diameter
: 595mm
CORBRONZE 204
Height
: 680mm
Fully recyclable cardboard packaging
EN ISO 544 standard
: B 450
CORBRONZE 301
CORBRONZE 302
CORBRONZE 304
CORBRONZE 404
CORBRONZE CMA1
HARDFACE 19 9 6
Metal basket spool
HARDFACE AP
Standard net weight
: 15kg
HARDFACE AR
External
: 300mm
HARDFACE B
Internal
: 51.5mm
HARDFACE BN
: 103mm
Width
HARDFACE BNC
EN ISO 544 standard
: BS 300
HARDFACE CN
HARDFACE CNV
HARDFACE CV
HARDFACE DCO
HARDFACE FC
Plastic spool *
HARDFACE HC
Standard net weight
: 15kg
HARDFACE HC333
External
: 300mm
HARDFACE L
Internal
: 51.5mm
: 103mm
HARDFACE NICARBW
Width
EN ISO 544 standard
: S 300
HARDFACE NM14
HARDFACE P
HARDFACE R40
HARDFACE R46
HARDFACE R58
Plastic reel *
Small plastic spool *
Small metal basket spool
HARDFACE STEELCARBW
Standard net weight
Standard net weight
Standard net weight
: 5kg
: 5kg
: 15kg
HARDFACE T
External
External
External
: 200mm
: 200mm
: 390mm
HARDFACE TIC
Internal
Internal
Internal
: 51.5mm
: 51.5mm
: 305mm
HARDFACE 168NB-O
: 55mm
: 55mm
: 90mm
Width
Width
Width
HARDFACE VMOLC
EN ISO 544 standard
EN ISO 544 standard
: S 200
: C 435
HARDFACE VN
* Manufactured to order on
HARDFACE VNB
clients request
HARDFACE W
HARDFACE WLC
HARDFACE WM
HARDFACE WMOLC
HARDSPRAY HB4
Technical Information
ROBODUR K 250
ROBODUR K 350
Introduction
2
Suitable shielding gases (according to the standard
ROBODUR K 450
Definitions
and
Using
this
catalogue
4
EN 439) are recommended in decreasing order of
ROBODUR K 600
Cored
wires:
The
winning
technology
5
preference
STELLOY 1
STELLOY 12
Hardfacing
6
Welding Alloys recommends fluxes suited for use
STELLOY 21
Work-Hardening Manganese Alloys
6
with its submerged- arc wires
STELLOY 25
Low and Medium Alloyed
8
STELLOY 6
Heat
Treated
Steels
for
Tooling
10
Technical data sheets and safety data sheets are
STELLOY 6 BC
Anti-abrasion
12
available for all products in accordance with EC
STELLOY 6 HC
Stainless Ferritic and Martensitic
16
directives 91/155/CEE and 93/112/CE and to
STELLOY C
Cupro-aluminium
18
international standard ISO 11014-1
STELLOY CCO
Nickel Base
20
STELLOY NI520
Cobalt Base
22
TRIS 307
Welding products and techniques evolve constantly. All descriptions, illustrations
Cladding and
24
TRIS 308L
properties given in this catalogue are subject to change and can only Thermal
be considered
Arc Spraying
26
TRIS 309L
as general guidance.
TRIS 309LMo
Packaging
27
TRIS 312
Technical Information
27
TRIS 316L
Alphabetical Index
27
TRIS 347L

Suited to thermal arc spraying

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