Super Hard XHD is designed to resist extreme abrasive wear. It is a solid core electrode with alloys in the coating. It contains over 43% of complex Carbides.
It is smooth running which means low dilution of the base metal, and the deposit is slag-free, meaning you get more metal down than with standard hard facing electrodes that leave a heavy slag coating that ends up on the floor.
Use to hard face parts experiencing high abrasive wear. Ripper points, disc blades, sweeps, and knives deposit hardness of RC 60-65.
Super Hard Tube
Hardfacing Powders and Torches
Super Hard Wire
A7 A high performance trowel grade ceramic polymer
MeCaWear A7 is a high-performance paste-grade polymer incorporated with fiber to reinforce the matrix to enhance the mechanical properties. This is a two-part coating that blends a high loading of fine spherical alumina within the resin, along with a hardening system once reacted and cured, providing you a surface with outstanding wear protection.
Not all Hard Facing Products Are the Same
1. ALLOY TYPE: This could be Chromium, Boron, Tungsten, Vanadium, Molly, Nickel, Carbon, or Molybdenum.
2. ALLOY PERCENTAGE: Hardness is not the determining factor in wear life." Some companies brag about their hard-facing rods' hardness (such as Rc 65, which is very hard), but if you check the alloy content, it may be only as low as 8%!
3. PRODUCT DESIGN: How the product is manufactured affects the way it welds and the deposit characteristics.
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