Hardfacing Products

EN 14700

E Fe3

TS EN 14700

E Fe3

DIN 8555

E 3-UM-60-ST

Rutile coated electrode for build-up and hardfacing of parts subjected to high metal-or-metal wear, compression, impact at elevated temperatures. Weld metal is resistant to operating temperatures up to 600° C, because of it's Cr, Mo, W, V content.  Electrode can also be used for production of new hot and cold cutting tools and their edges, which are made of low alloy steels. Has a stable arc, good bead appearance and very easy slag removal. Typical Applications: Due to it's high strength, toughness and heat resistance ideally suited for hot forging dies,  saddles, hammers, hot and cold cutting tools, hot shears blades and rolling mills.

EN 14700

E Z Fe8

TS EN 14700

E Z Fe8

DIN 8555

E 3-UM-50-GTZ

Rutile coated electrode for hardfacing of parts, subjected to high metal-to-metal wear, compression and impact at elevated temperatures. Due to it's Cr, Mo and Co alloy content, weld metal has high mechanical strength, toughness and thermal resistance to operating temperatures up to 650° C. Has excellent welding properties, a stable and regular metal drop flow, good weld appearance and very easy slag removal. Typical Applications: Used for hot work tool steels, hot shear blades, forging dies, aluminum casting and extrusion plactic screws.

EN 14700

E Z Fe3

TS EN 14700

E Z Fe3

DIN 8555

E 3-UM-50-ST

Rutile coated electrode used for hardfacing of parts, subjected compression, moderate impact, mechanical, thermal shocks and metal-to-metal friction wear. Especially designed for hardfacing of hot and cold cutting blades, rolling rollers and shear blades because weld metal has high tensile strength, toughness and heat resistance. Suitable for hardfacing of crusher rollers and hammers, crane wheels and pulleys. Has excellent welding properties, a stable and regular metal drop flow, good weld appearance very easy slag removal. Typical Applications: Suitable for hot and cold cutting blades, rolling rollers and shear blades

EN 14700

E Fe8

TS EN 14700

E Fe8

DIN 8555

E 3-UM-60-ST

Rutile coated electrode for hardfacing welding of parts, subjected to high metal-to-metal wear, compression and impact at elevated temperatures. Due to it's Cr and Mo alloy content, has high mechanical strength, toughness and thermal resistance to operating temperatures up to 550° C. Electrode can also be used for production of new hot and cold cutting tools and their edges, which are made of low alloy steels. Has excellent welding properties, a stable and regular metal drop flow, good weld appearance and very easy slag removal. Typical Applications: Especially designed for hot and cold cutting tools, hot shear blades also new hot and cold cutting tools

EN 14700

E Z Fe3

TS EN 14700

E Z Fe3

DIN 8555

E 3-UM-40-PT

Basic coated electrode for hardfacing of parts, subjected to high metal-to-metal wear, compression and impact at elevated temperatures. Due to it's Cr and Mo alloy content, weld metal has high mechanical strength, toughness and thermal resistance to operating temperatures up to 550° C. Used for hot and cold cutting tools, hot shear blades, forging dies, die cast moulds. It enables the production of new tools at more affordable costs by hardfacing base metals which have adequate tensile strength and alloying elements. Has excellent welding properties, a stable and regular metal drop flow, good weld bead appearance and very easy slag removal.

EN 14700

E Fe8

TS EN 14700

E Fe8

DIN 8555

E 3-UM-55-ST

Basic coated electrode for hardfacing of parts, subjected to high metal-to-metal wear, compression and impact at elevated temperatures. Due to it's Cr and Mo alloy content, has high mechanical strength, toughness and thermal resistance to operating temperatures up to 550° C. It provides a great advantage in the production, cladding and filling of sharp edges of new hot and cold cutting blades from the base metals with high tensile strength and proper alloying. Has excellent welding properties, a stable and regular metal flow, good weld bead appearance and very easy slag removal. Typical Applications: Especially designed for hardfacing of hot and cold cutting tools, hot shear blades, extrusion press pristons, forging dies, die cast moulds, glide and guiding surfaces.

EN 14700

E Fe8

TS EN 14700

E Fe8

DIN 8555

E 6-UM-60

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.13

EFeMn-A

EN 14700

E Fe9

TS EN 14700

E Fe9

DIN 8555

E 7-UM-200-KP

Basic covered, austenitic manganese steel electrode for wear resisting hardfacing deposits on high manganese (12-14%) steels. Weld metal will adopt high hardness by cold-working, it is therefore particularly suited for parts which are subjected mainly to wear caused by heavy impact and shock. During welding, the workpieces should not become too hot and if necessary, be allowed to cool down. When welding large workpieces made of austenitic manganese steel, such as crusher jaw plates, it is advisable to weld them in a water bath. Welding shall be done at low welding currents, with stringer and short bead lengths, to avoid the workpiece cool down. So, high welding currents and wide-weave beads must be avoided. When building up various layers, it is good practice depositing a buffer layer with EI 307 weld metal. When making joint welds on austenitic manganese steel, it is preferable to use EI 307B electrodes. Preferably used with DC, electrode in positive (+) pole and also possible to use with AC.Typical Applications: Suitable for hardfacing and repair welding of wear resisting parts made of austenitic manganese steel, such as crusher jaw plates, crusher cones, rolls, pulverizing hammers, beating arms and others.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.13

E FeMn-C

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.13

~E FeMn-A

EN 14700

E Z Fe9

TS EN 14700

E Z Fe9

DIN 8555

~E 7-UM-200-KP

High recovery (120%), austenitic manganese steel electrode for hardfacing and joining of high manganese steels. Due to it excellent impact resistance, particularly suited for parts which are subjected to heavy impact, shock and cavitation. The addition of Ni and Cr alloys, increases the resistance against cracks and abrasion. Weld metal work hardens by cold-working. During welding, the workpieces should not become too hot and it shall be cooled down, when necessary. High welding currents and wide-weave beads must be avoided. Machining is possible with tungsten carbide tipped tools.Typical Applications: Suitable for hardfacing and repair welding of dredge pumps, hydraulic press pistons, crane wheels, rail crossings, crusher jaws, excavator and grab teeth, mill hammers, rock crusher.