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Pump and Pump Casings

Welding Alloys’ Solution

  • Expert knowledge and equipment ensures specialised cladding and repairs of complex parts and shapes found in pump and pump casings.
  • Localised cladding and repairs with custom fit consumables reduces wear where needed, e.g. reduced wear by cavitation in some areas and abrasive wear in other areas of the same casing through the use of different Welding Alloys consumables.
  • Cost and time savings from repairing worn or damaged components, instead of these having to be replaced.

Benefits

Castings in exotic materials and even standard materials can be costly and could take months to be delivered, possibly resulting in excessive down time, or the need for increased stock holding of components and spare parts by the equipment owner. Our technical know-how, combined with our specialist welding personnel and consumables ensures fast and reliable repair welding of pump casings and components. These repairs often surpass the wear and corrosion resistance of the base material.

Consistency and Customer Service

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

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18 months ago, a set of test blades made from Hardlite were installed in the classifier of a cement mill for one of Welding Alloys’ customers in the US.

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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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