Features and Applications
Copper coated high alloy solid wire for hardfacing and overlay of all C-Mn steels.
This alloy deposits a martensitic structured weld metal with a hardness of about 54-60 HRC.
Excellent abrasion resistance to moderate impact and high toughness.
The weld metal has a Cr-Si structure and if not tempered can only be machined by grinding.
Mostly used with semiautomatic and automatic procedures.
A buffer layer is essential with hard to weld steels.
Precision layer wound for superior wire feeding characteristics.
Typically used on excavators in the mining industry, cylinder crushers, pneumatic hammers, knives, cutting and cold working tools, crumbling jaws, anvils, caterpillars, screws, guide rollers, etc.
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Typical Base Materials
X45CrSi9-3, 4Xr9Si2, X45CrSi8, HNV1, HNV2, SUH11, X45CrSi 9-3, 401 S45, SUH 1, STR 1, 40Ch9S2*
* Illustrative, not exhaustive list
|EN ISO 14700 - S Fe 8
|DIN 8555 - MSG 6-GZ-60-GP
|Chemical Composition % (Typical)|
Hardness (HRC) - 54 - 60
Mechanical properties are approximate and may vary based on the heat, shielding gas, welding parameters and other factors.
EN ISO 14175 - M21
EN ISO 6947 - PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF
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