Welding wire that is specifically designed for repairing hot working tools, such as forging dies, press jacks, and hot draw rings, as well as for surfacing work hardened steel from low and high tensile steels. It is recommended for use as the top two layers over STAVINOX HARD GS 535.
The wire produces a typical hardness of 48-52 after welding and has several unique features. It is specially designed to resist deformation and wear at elevated temperatures, making it ideal for use in high-heat applications. Additionally, its controlled hardness makes it ideal for build-ups on multiple layers. It is also highly compatible with die blocks of DIN 1.2714/H-13/H-11.
This welding wire is commonly used for surfacing and build-ups on all drop and press forging dies, hammers, punches, and inserts. Its high-temperature resistance and controlled hardness make it a reliable choice for repairing and building up hot working tools.
For the 1.6mm wire size, it is available in spool packing with a weight of 15kg.
For the 2.4mm wire size, it is available in three different packaging options: spool packing with a weight of 15kg or 25kg, and drum packing with a weight of 225kg.
For the 2.8mm wire size, it is also available in spool packing with a weight of 15kg or 25kg, as well as drum packing with a weight of 225kg.
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