Nikko Steel Kawat Las Elektroda Self Gas Shielding Tubular Wires Surfacing Alloys FC-43

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1. MANUFACTURERS OF A DIVERSE RANGE OF ADVANCED WELDING CONSUMABLES SECTION 11 FC-43 SELF SHIELDING HARDFACING FLUX CORED WIRE DATA SHEET NO. 160A SPECIFICATION DIN 8555 CLASSIFICATION MF1-400-GP PRODUCT DESCRIPTION A self-shielded flux cored wire for heavy build-up and as a basis for harder finishing layer. The deposit contains small percentages of carbon, chromium, silicon, and manganese, which results a crack-free wear resistance deposit with a hardness about 43 HRC, dependent upon parent material dilutions and number of layer. It is particularly suitable for conditions of moderate abrasion and friction, coupled with resistance to heavy impact. WELDING FEATURES OF THE ELECTRODE The formulation of the wire is such that it eliminates the need for external shielding gas. APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS TO BE WELDED Designed for the repair and rebuilding of mild steel and low-alloy ferritic steel components in either the cast or wrought condition. Specific applications include clutch plates, rope winches, trackwheels, rails, couplings, caterpillar tracks, and similar. WELD METAL ANALYSIS COMPOSITION % BY Wt. TYPICAL C 0.3 Mn 2.6 Si 0.9 S 0.015 P 0.012 Ni 0.02 Cr 2.8 Fe Bal. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Hardness HRC 4 layers 42 ~ 44 Other Properties WELDING AMPERAGE DC+ Ø (mm) 2.4 2.8 3.2 MIN 200 250 350 MAX 300 400 450 OTHER DATA Wires that have become damp should be re-dried at 120°C for 1 hour. RELATED PRODUCTS Please contact our Technical Department for details. WI-0304 DS160A FC-43, Rev. 1, Date 02.01.2009


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