Steel making
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Sinter Crushers

Welding Alloys’ solution

  • A new technology has been developed by Welding Alloys to solve wear problems for the components in the sinter plants which are subjected to a combination of abrasion, impact and heat
  • A mix of mechanical design, welding process and development is encompassed in Welding Alloys’s 3D-Carb™ technology
  • Welding Alloys can manufacture new components for the sinter plant and refurbish where possible
  • Our 3D-Carb™ technology is guaranteed to extend service life compared to traditional hardfacing surfacing technology
  • The application is carried out in our Integra™ Service Centre where Integra™ technicians are able to apply techniques proven to give better protection in areas subject to aggressive wear

Benefits

  • Minimises downtime and maximises throughput
  • The component geometry is maintained for longer which sustains crushing efficiency and productivity throughout the component service life

Consistency and customer service

3D-Carb™ is produced using welding equipment designed by Welding Alloys, which is fully encoded on all axes and programmed remotely to ensure repeatability and constant quality. The Welding Alloys cored wires used in the process have been developed specifically for applications that have to perform consistently within these harsh environments.   

The components have been designed with collaboration from sinter plant engineers to ensure they achieve a lifetime sufficient to avoid inter-campaign stoppages.

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News & Events

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20/09/2017

Speedmet Aluminium Turkey new full line machines and new factory design is ready to produce world class Aluminium MIG and TIG welding wires!

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19/09/2017

In early September, Michael Chien and Marc Landragin from Welding Alloys Taiwan gave a presentation on Hardfacing at Steel Mill to more than 80 engineers from China Steel.

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29/06/2017

The machines department has had a busy start to 2017, in March the sales teams for machines and wires took part in SIFER 2017 (International Trade Fair for the Railway Industry) in Lille, France.