Back in 2019, Welding Alloys Far East (WAFE), received VRM coal mill rollers from a local power plant for hardfacing.
The IntegraTM services team at Welding Alloys Deutschland have been honoured for their exemplary work and safety-oriented execution of an on-site intervention in 2020.
The Welding Alloys Group is pleased to launch a unique thermal spray solution for applications in the Waste to Energy, Biomass and Fossil Fuel boilers. This process is suitable for black liquor boilers, fume extraction hoods and ducts in the steel industry, and can be tailored for a large range of other applications, including abrasion, corrosion and erosion at room temperature.
Recently our colleagues at Speedmet took time to reflect and regroup, in what has been a challenging time for everyone.
Materials with custom-tailored properties often demand special welding consumables and ambitious welding processing. In other words, they are well in line with Welding Alloys’ DNA.
Recently, Welding Alloys was approached by a customer operating in the rail industry, working specifically on the repair and maintenance of rails. The customer was having difficulty hardfacing the crossings and as a result, the weld detached from the base material.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Our subsidiary in Malaysia reached an impressive milestone this year!
The Covid-19 pandemic has created many challenges for businesses around the globe. During the crisis Welding Alloys has had to adapt and introduced new processes and procedures, to continue on-site operations. Read about a recent project undertaken in the UK.
Recently the Welding Alloys machine business has delivered the first of two machine upgrades to our subsidiary in Sweden, Dalforsån.
Increase plant lifetime and reduce costs with Welding Alloys’ preventative maintenance solutions