Metal parts often fail their intended use not because they fracture, but because they wear, which causes them to lose dimension and functionality. Hardfacing, also known as hardsurfacing, is the application of buildup or wear-resistant weld metal to part’s surface by means of welding or joining.
Benefits of Hardfacing / Cladding
The latest in bore welder advancements. Our system surpasses current bore welder technology.
The control panel guides the user step by step through the various modes available; Circular weld, Segment weld and Spiral weld.
The Bore welder is a full function MIG system for ID or OD weld build up, it utilizes step technology, and it works with a wide array of wire. Its extensive bore range of 50mm and abovegives this machine more range than any other.
The machine is rated at 500 Amp, allowing to use standard 0.8 to 2.5mm wire for extended runtimes. It is capable of running many types of wire including solid, flux core, stainless, inconel andaluminum bronze.
• Up to 4000mm Torch Stroke
• 50mm Minimum pipe dia
• Wire feeder mounted over boom
• 0.8, 1.2, 1.6, 1.8, 2.5mm wire size
• Torches available for cladding or groove welding applications
• Water cooled torch
• Clockwise & counter clockwise rotation
• Circular, Segment, Spiral Welding
• Runs solid, flux core, SS, inconel & aluminum wires
• Aluminum rack-and-gear drive for consistent travel speeds in linear positions (no friction drives)
• Adjustable Step Over
• Options available: TIG, PTA Process
Flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) is a common arc welding process. FCAW requires a continuously fed consumable tubular electrode containing a flux and a constant voltage or, less commonly, a constant current welding power supply. The use of an externally supplied shielding gas ia optional creating the primary process variation: * FCAW-S (self-shielded or “open-arc”)* FCAW-G (gas-shielded).