SAS Global Premium Wear - Abrasion Resistant Materials: Hardfacing and Joining Electrodes

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SA100NMC: Austenitic Stainless Steel Weld Wire

This weld wire is for welds joining dissimilar steels - steels that are difficult to weld such as an austenitic manganese steel. Good for wear and corrosion build-ups. Used for buffer layers in hardfacing. Use flux cored wire for impact service build-up.

SA1750CR: Hardfacing Weld Wire and Rod

Hardfacing with SA1750CR weld wire/rod is a cost effective solution to premature equipment wear. The resulting weld deposit is a combination of iron carbon alloy with high concentration of carbon, chrome and manganese. SA1750CR is highly resistant to sliding abrasion and erosion. This is similar to the material we use to manufacture SureAlloy SA1750CR Premium Chromium Carbide Overlay Plate.

SA1750CROP: Out of Position Hardfacing Weld Wire

This is a high hardness chrome carbide hardfacing alloy that resists severe abrasion, including high stress grinding, low stress scratching and gouging abrasion. It is useful for wear resistant repairs to existing liners without removal. The spray transfer feature of SA1750CROP and solidifier make it good for out of position applications.

SA2000: Complex Carbide Hardfacing Wire

This is a flux-cored complex carbide hardfacing alloy. It is an effective solution to premature equipment/component wear due to extreme abrasion. The resulting weld deposit is a combination of iron carbon alloy with high concentration of carbon, chrome carbides and noble carbides. It is similar to the material we use to manufacture SureAlloy SA2000 Premium Complex Carbide Overlay Plate.

SA550NM: Austenitic Manganese Flux-Cored Weld Wire

This is a work-hardening austenitic manganese flux-cored wire, alloyed with chromium and nickel for improved weld deposit properties over a standard manganese alloy. SA550MN is designed for build-up, hardfacing and fabricating with manganese steel. The deposits are tough and work-harden as plastic deformation occurs during impact.