Australia's #1 industrial directory for equipment & suppliers

Impact Resistant Applications

Supplier: Wear Protection Services

Corodur® 760 DIN 8555: MF 6-55-GP DIN EN 14700: T Fe 8-55-GP CORODUR 760UP is a wire for submerged arc welding. The welding deposit is martensitic with Niob - carbides, it has an high resistance against pressure. Due to the Niobium-Carbides, with a hardness of 2700HV, the welding deposit has an additional resistance against abraision wear

CONTACT THIS SUPPLIER TO FIND OUT MORE

Impact Resistant Applications

CORODUR® 300
DIN 8555: MF 1-300-P       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 1-300-P

A low-alloyed flux-cored wire electrode for building up applications that can be used for multi- layer welding because the weld metal is crack-free and ductile. Deposits are machinable. Used primarily on tractor wheels, steel shafts, gear and trunion rail links.

CORODUR® 310
DIN 8555: MF 5-45-PRT       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 7-45-PRT

CORODUR 310 UP is a Cr-, Ni-, Mo- alloyed tubular wire for the submerged arc welding procedure. The deposit is corrosion resistant and not susceptible to impact loads. The number of layers can be done as necessary. A heat treatment of the high Cr-alloyed martensitic deposit in order to get a defined hardness is possible. The interpass temperature should be max. 450°C. The deposit is tough and can be worked with cutting tools.

Corodur® 356
DIN 8555: MF 5-40-CPT       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 7-40-CPT

CORODUR 356-UP is a tubular wire for submerged arc welding. The deposit is high Cr, Ni, Mo, Nb, V - alloyed. The welding deposit is resistant against corrosion, impact, continuos-rating wear in addition to effect of heat. Best results are achieved by 2 - 3 layers.

Corodur® 400
DIN 8555: MF 1-400-P       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 2-40-P

CORODUR 400 is a tubular wire which produces a low alloyed hardfacing deposit of about 400 HB. The deposit is tough and not susceptible to impact loads. The number of layers can be done as necessary. The interpass temperature should be maximum 250°C. The deposit is forgeable and can later be treated with cutting tools. In normal cases preheating is not necessary depending on base material. The alloy can be annealed without changing the structure of the deposits.

Corodur® 450
DIN 8555: MF 5-45-PT       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 2-45-PT

Corodur 450 is a tubular wire that produces a low alloyed deposit for hardfacing of approximately 450 HB. Deposits are machinable. This electrode can be used for multi-layer welding. Applications are wheel rims, chain links, bucket chains. For base materials with higher carbon content, a buffer layer or pre-heating may be needed.

Corodur® 476
DIN 8555: MF 5-50-PRT       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 7-50-PRT

CORODUR 476 is a high Cr-, Ni-, Mo-, Co-, V-, W alloyed flux cored wire especially developed for the hardfacing of rolls for hot rolling. The weld deposit is corrosion resistant and wear resistant. Furthermore is it resistant against impact and continuous rating through heat effect and high pressure.

Corodur® 495
DIN 8555: MF 3-50-CKTZW       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 8-50-CKTZW

The rust-free weld deposit on Fe, Cr, Co, Mo-basis has a high hot wear resistance, tensile strength and a high resistance against sliding wear of metallic objects. It has a good retention of hardness up to 650° C and is nonscaling up to 900° C, thermoshock resistant and resistant to sudden changes of temperature. Workhardening. Not crack sensible.

Corodur® 600
DIN 8555: MF 6-55-RP       
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 8-55-RP

Alloyed flux-cored wire electrodes for abrasion and impact resistant hardfacing. The deposit is crack-free, hard and though. For base materials that are difficult to weld, a buffer layer of 250K or preheating is recommended. Applications are crusher wheels, dredger parts, pan grinders, and as the final layer for hardfacing manganese steel

CONTACT THIS SUPPLIER TO FIND OUT MORE

Showcase your business!

Connect with 600,000 industrial buyers annually

Learn more