Welding Electrodes are nickel-based.

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Part of nickel-iron alloy group, self-shielded SelectWear 55NI is intended for buildup, joining, and repair of cast iron components as well as welding of cast iron to dissimilar metals. With hardness maintained to 1,200°F, SelectWear NICRB60-G nickel-chromium-boron electrode offers corrosion and abrasion resistance. Tubular SelectWear NIWC uses low melting temperature alloyed nickel sheath filled with tungsten carbide to weld dredge and rock drilling components.




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Nickel-Based Wires Offered By Select-Arc



Fort Loramie, OH - Select-Arc, Inc. has introduced three nickel-based wires to its complete line of premium hardsurfacing electrode products.

SelectWear 55NI is a nickel-iron alloy group, self-shielded wire designed for the buildup, joining and repair of cast iron components as well as welding cast iron to dissimilar metals. Typical welding applications include cast iron roll journals, pipe, drive shafts, pump housings and castings.

Extrusion and impeller screws, slurry pipe elbows and high temperature conveyors are ideal applications for the nickel-chromium- boron electrode, SelectWear NICRB60-G. With hardness maintained to 1,200 degrees F., this wire provides excellent metal-to-metal wear properties with very good corrosion and abrasion resistance.

SelectWear NIWC is a tubular wire utilizing a low melting temperature alloyed nickel sheath filled with tungsten carbide to weld such applications as dredge and rock drilling components at very low power inputs.

For more information on Select-Arc premium hardsurfacing electrodes call 1-800-341-5215 or visit www.select-arc.com.

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