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Duroxite 200 Wire
Duroxite 200 Wire

 

DUROXITE® 200 WIRE

YOUR SOLUTION FOR WEAR AND HIGH IMPACT

 

For severe abrasive wear and moderate impact.

The latest addition to the Duroxite® family is Duroxite® 200 WIRE, which is a flux-cored welding wire for hardfacing various components.

 

 

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Supreme strength wire with optimal alloy formula

Duroxite® 200 WIRE is designed for applications with severe abrasive wear and moderate impact up to 600°C (1100°F).

Duroxite® 200 WIRE forms overlay with primary chromium-rich carbides with co-existing refined multi-alloy carbides which provide a good combination of wear and impact resistance.

Superior ease and flexibility of repair

Duroxite® 200 WIRE is mainly used for capping, routine maintenance or repair work. It can be welded on mild steel, Q&T steels, cast materials and stainless steel. Duroxite® 200 WIRE is easy to apply on site or in the workshop. The application of Duroxite® 200 wire can be done quickly in all position application that allows welders to weld upside down.

Examples of applications

Sand and earthmoving equipment such as buckets and teeth, railway ballast tampers, dredge buckets and lips, dragline buckets, coke hammers, rippers, sizing screens, crushing equipment, brick industry components, Muller tires, catalyst lift pipes, pump impellers, fan blades, rockwool rolls, wear plates operating at high temperature in the steelmaking industry.
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Duroxite® 200 Wire

Duroxite® 200 Wire

 Standard Diameter

 Metric

Imperial

   1.2 mm  0.045’’
   1.6 mm  1/16’’
   2.8 mm  7/64’’

         ASTM G65 – Procedure A weight loss 1)

 Number of overlay passes

Surface            

75% depth of overlay 2)

 Multiple passes  0.12 g maximum  0.12 g maximum

1) ASTM G65 is a standard test measuring sliding abrasion resistance using a dry sand/rubber wheel apparatus. ASTM G65-Procedure A is the most severe test method.
2) ASTM G65 wear test is conducted at 75% depth of the overlay materials to ensure consistently good wear resistance from the top surface through to the depth of 75% of
the overlay.

 Classifications

 DIN 8555: MF 10-GF-65-GRT

 

Typical all-weld metal chemical composition (wt. %)

 C  Mn  Si  Cr  Nb  Fe
 5.3  0.5  0.2  22.0  6.5  Balance

 

Typical all-weld metal surface hardness 1)

Three-layer deposit on mild steel: 62–67 HRC
1) Surface hardness is measured on machined flat surface just below overlay surface.

 

Typical all-weld metal surface hardness

Rockwell C hardness (HRC)

 Single pass  57-60 HRC
 Double pass  60-65 HRC

 

Welding conditions

 Current type

Shielding gas

Welding positions

 DCEP (Direct current electrode positive)  None (Self-shielded)  Flat, half up, half down

 

Welding parameters

Diameter Amperage (A) Voltage (V) Stick - out
Range
Optimum
Metric Imperial Range Optimum Range Optimum Metric Imperial Metric Imperial
1.2 mm 0.045’’ 150–200 180 25–30 28 10 mm–20 mm 3/8’’–3/4’’ 15 mm 5/8’’
1.6 mm 1/16" 150-270 200 24-27 25 20 mm - 40 mm 3/4" - 1 - 5/8" 25 mm 1"
2.8 mm 7/64’’ 290–310 300 29.5–30.5 30 15 mm–25 mm 5/8’’–1’’ 20 mm 3/4’’
Recovery: 90%

Standard package

 Diameter

 Weight

Type

 Metric

 Imperial

 Metric

Imperial 

 Spool 1.2 mm 0.045’’  15 kg  33 lbs
 Spool 1.6 mm  1/16’’  15 kg  33 lbs
 Spool 2.8 mm 7/64’’  25 kg  55 lbs

The welded overlay components can be processed by welding, cutting, forming and machining. Specific recommendations can be found in the Duroxite Product brochure or by consulting your local technical support representative.

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