CLASSIFICATION
(Chrome Carbide) 65HRC
EN 14700 : E Fe15
JIS Z3251 : DFCrA-700B

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Description

HARDFACING ARC 43 is a heavy coated, hard surfacing electrode depositing extremely hard, abrasion resistant Chromium/Niobium carbides in an austenitic matrix. It is ideal for hard surfacing applications where resistance to extreme abrasion (in particular sliding abrasion) and moderate to heavy impact are required. Due to the nodular shape of the complex carbides, HARDFACING ARC 43 deposits are capable of withstanding heavier impact levels than standard chromium carbide grades. Typical applications include bucket teeth/lips, grizzlies, press screws, crusher hammers and ripper teeth to name a few. HARDFACING ARC 43 deposits are non-machinable, grindable, prone to fine relief checking and should be restricted to 3 layers high. While two layers of HARDFACING ARC 43 may be required
for maximum wear resistance, this complex carbide alloy has lower dilution sensitivity than straight chromium carbide deposits.

– Tough, Wear Resistant Complex Carbide Type Deposit
– For hard Surfacing Components Subjected to Extreme Abrasion and Moderate
to heavy Impact

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