Hardsurfacing Electrodes resist wear and impact.

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Suitable for multiple pass applications, SelectWear 50 consists of open arc, medium chromium carbide alloy with weld deposit that exhibits resistance to moderate wear and impact. Unit's deposit stress relieves itself by crack checking. Designed to deposit martensitic alloy similar to H12 tool steel, SelectWear 52W is available in gas-shielded or open arc version. It offers resistance to high compressive loads as well abrasion resistance and hardness without stress relief crack checking.



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New Hardsurfacing Electrodes Resist Wear and Impact



Fort Loramie, OH - Select-Arc, Inc. has introduced two hardsurfacing wires which are designed to resist abrasion under rugged conditions.

SelectWear 50 is an open arc, medium chromium carbide alloy with a weld deposit that exhibits resistance to both moderate wear and impact. Multiple pass applications are possible depending upon the specific application. This electrode's deposit stress relieves itself by crack checking.

SelectWear 52W is designed to deposit a martensitic alloy similar to an H12 tool steel. Available in a gas-shielded or an open arc version, this electrode provides excellent abrasion resistance and high hardness without stress relief crack checking. SelectWear 52W also offers good resistance to high compressive loads.

SelectWear 50 is a superb choice for hardsurfacing welding applications such as rock crushing hammers and rolls, impactor bars, gyratory mantles, dredge components, augers and pug mill paddles. SelectWear 52W is utilized for demanding applications which include steel mill edger rolls, work rolls, leveler rolls and blast furnace bell seat areas.

For more information on SelectWear 50 and SelectWear 52W hardsurfacing electrodes, call Select-Arc at 1-800-341-5215 or visit www.select-arc.com.

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