Introduction to Stellite Alloy Welding Rod

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    Stellite Alloy No. 1 Welding Rod

    Model: GB/T EDCoCr-C-03 Equivalent: AWS ECoCr-C JIS DF-CoCrC

    Description: Cobalt-based surfacing welding rod of high carbon cobalt chromium tungsten alloy core adopts DC reverse connection, good slag coverage, beautiful appearance, excellent wear resistance, heat resistance and corrosion resistance, and can be maintained at 650 ° C high temperature. These characteristics.

    Uses: Used for surfacing welding of wear parts such as roller cone bearing, rotary impeller of boiler, cutter edge, screw feeder.

    Surfacing hardness HRC: ≥ 53

    Stellite Alloy No. 4 Welding Rod

    Model: GB/TEDCoCr-D-03 Equivalent: JIS DF-CoCrC

    Description: Cobalt-based 4 low carbon cobalt-based chrome-tungsten alloy core surfacing electrode, using DC reverse connection, surfacing metal can still maintain good thermal fatigue resistance and corrosion resistance at 800 °C.

    Uses: It is used for workpiece surfacing, such as hot forging die and valve sealing surface, which are subjected to impact and hot and cold interlacing under high temperature conditions, and has good performance.

    Surfacing hardness HRC: 28-35

    Stellite Alloy 6 Welding Rod

    Model: GB/T EDCoCr-A-03 Equivalent: AWS ECoCr-A JIS DF-CoCrA

    Description: The cobalt-based surfacing electrode of cobalt-chromium-tungsten alloy core adopts DC reverse connection, and the surfacing metal can still maintain good wear resistance and corrosion resistance at 650 °C.

    Uses: Used in the case of working at 650 °C to maintain good wear resistance and corrosion resistance, or to withstand impact and hot and cold staggered parts, such as surfacing high temperature and high pressure valves and hot scissors.

    Surfacing hardness HRC: ≥ 40

    Stellite Alloy 12 No. 12 Welding Rod

    Model: GB/T EDCoCr-B-03 Equivalent: AWS ECoCr-B JIS DF-CoCrB

    Description: The cobalt-based surfacing electrode of cobalt-chromium-tungsten alloy core adopts DC reverse connection, and the surfacing metal can still maintain good wear resistance and corrosion resistance at 650 °C.

    Uses: For high temperature and high pressure valves, shaft sleeves and inner bushings of high pressure pumps and boring cutting edges of chemical fiber equipment. Deposited gold

    Surfacing hardness HRC: ≥ 44