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Annapolis Junction, Md. – For those who need long service life for equipment used in harsh, abrasive environments, Stoody, an ESAB brand, offers a full line of crushed tungsten carbide particles for hardfacing applications. Introducing or “dropping” granular tungsten carbide into the weld puddle delivers a dense matrix cross sections filled with tungsten carbide particles for excellent resistance to extreme abrasive environments. Typical applications include ground-engaging tools, boring stabilizers, undercarriage track pads, recycling shredding hammers and armor plates. “Adding carbides to the weld puddle can decrease material loss by more than 70% compared to materials without added carbide ...
Ready-To-Connect: ESAB ARISTO 4004i and 5000i Welders To Be Sold Exclusively Weldcloud-Enabled Sytems
Annapolis Junction, Md. – As companies around the globe seek to optimize operations through digitization, ESAB Welding & Cutting Products announced that its Aristo® 4004i Pulse, Aristo 5000i and Aristo U5000i advanced welding power sources are sold exclusively as WeldCloud-enabled systems. The Aristo 500ix will continue to be sold as A WeldCloud-optional system. To encourage use, ESAB will offer Aristo purchasers a free three-month trial period, which can be activated at any time.
WeldCloud is a suite of online data management applications that enables users to improve overall operational efficiency by monitoring, capturing, tracking and analyzing data to make intelligent decisions ...
EXATON 79S neutral flux for 625-type alloy strip cladding Lowers strip costs and cladding time by up to one-third
To create a weld metal deposit with the same metallurgy as the filler metal, Exaton, an ESAB brand, has introduced Exaton 79S flux, a neutral, very high basic agglomerated flux for electroslag strip cladding. It was designed especially for use with Exaton Ni60 strip, a nickel-based strip used to produce a weld overlay with good corrosion resistance and high-temperature properties for petrochemical, oil and gas applications. “The formulation of Exaton 79S enables users to complete the cladding process in fewer passes, saving customers approximately one-third of the cost in strip and manpower compared to the other fluxes used with alloy 625-type strips,” says Paolo Torchiana, Global Product ...
ESAB has expanded its Exaton NiCrMo-4 filler metal product line with the introduction of Exaton Ni56 strip electrode for electro-slag cladding (ESW). This is nickel-chromium-molybdenum electrode is designed for corrosion resistant weld deposits of Ni6276/UNS N10276 type (“C-276”) and is ideal for chemical or petrochemical industries specifically to protect welded pipes made of low-alloy base materials. Exaton Ni56 is available as 60 x 0.5 mm strip. It is designed for use in combination with Exaton 69S flux, has a particularly high resistance to pitting and stress corrosion cracking of offers excellent slag removal and bead appearance.
“Exaton Ni56 strip has an SFA/AWS A5.14 EQNiCrMo-4 ...
- ESAB’S Line Of Dropped Carbides Solutions Extends Equipment Life In Extreme Wear Applications
- Ready-To-Connect: ESAB ARISTO 4004i and 5000i Welders To Be Sold Exclusively Weldcloud-Enabled Sytems
- EXATON 79S neutral flux for 625-type alloy strip cladding Lowers strip costs and cladding time by up to one-third
- EXATON Ni56 NiCrMo-4 strip delivers weld deposits With the same AWS classification as electrode
- Lightweight EM 210 and EMP 210 Welders Deliver Big Power, With Superior Performance and Control
- TWECO Centrovac Fume Extraction MIG Guns Captures Noxious And Harmful Welding Fumes At The Source
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