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Rotary Kiln

Welding Alloys’ Solution

  • In-situ repair of cracked and damaged kiln tyres.
  • No need to dismantle the kiln tyre from the main assembly.
  • Use of the latest generation basic slag welding consumables which guarantee quality, optimum metallurgy and welder appeal.
  • No need for post-weld heat treatment.
  • Automatic welding processes to improve quality and eliminate weld variances.

Benefits

  • GAMMA 182-O meets the ASME II C SFA 5.11 ENiCrFe-3 requirements
  • Compared to SMAW electrodes, the Welding Alloys solution saves up to 15% on welding consumables and can be applied 50% faster.
  • Reduction in maintenance downtime, production losses and costs.
  • Together with enhanced productivity, GAMMA 182-O offers many other advantages compared to solid wires: Enhanced wetting properties, increased resistance to cracking, better bead aspect and shape.

 

 

Consistency and Customer Service

Our Integra™ engineers can utilise Welding Alloys consumables and automated welding equipment to respond quickly to the customer’s needs and guarantee a consistent finish. Welding Alloys implements strict procedure controls to ensure we carry out repairs of the highest possible standard within the time frame available.

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News & Events

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29/01/2021

Recently Welding Alloys Group in collaboration with Intellegens, looked at how machine learning can be used to achieve drastic improvement in performance of hardfacing welding consumables for Welding Alloys Group. In this case study we identify the key challenges faced and how machine learning can solution these problems.

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01/12/2020

In order to best meet the requirements related to the maintenance of urban rail networks, the R&D team at Welding Alloys France has developed a unique cored wire called TRI S RW.

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23/11/2020

WA Russia Integra ™ recently completed a difficult and challenging Kiln Tyre repair for Heidelberg cement in Tula, Russia. The team demonstrated exceptional technical skill to get the plant back up and running on time and to the customers satisfaction.