Hardfacing

Wear occurs in nearly every industry and replacing parts is expensive. Utilizing extensive research and technology, MG’s line of wearfacing electrodes and wires offer ease of use with exceptional results for even your toughest abrasion and impact applications.

Product Description Mechanical Properties
Typical Hardness
Technical Data
Impact Resistant


PL 9743

Severe Impact Resistance
Build up alloy specially formulated for railroad industry with exceptional impact and high compression resistance. Non-Magnetic deposit can be built up without limit, and can be fl ame cut or forged.
As Welded: HRB 83 - 91
Work Hardened: HRC 42 - 47

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PL 9745

Austenitic Manganese
Build up alloy with high levels of chrome and manganese to provide extreme impact and moderate abrasion resistance on austentic manganese steel. Machinable with carbide tool only.
As Welded: HRC 16 - 19
Work Hardened: HRC 48

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PL 8780

Impact and Corrosion Resistance
High Deposition electrode for even, non cracking welds under the most severe impact conditions. Often used as underlayment ( Buffer rod ) for abrasion resistant material.
As Welded: HRC 12
Work Hardened: HRC 45

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PL 9755

Medium Hardness Impact Resistance
Easy to use in all positions for moderate impact and abrasion resistance on carbon and alloyed steels.
As Welded: HRC 48 - 53

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PL 9740

Compression Resistance
Compression and impact wear resistant electrode for buildup and /or underlay of most steels. Deposit can be forged and flame cut.
As Welded: HRC 33 - 41

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Product Description Mechanical Properties
Typical Hardness
Technical Data
Gas Rods


PL 9799

Fine Abrasion, Corrosion, Heat Resistance
Versatile Arc / TIG / Gas Rod with superior abrasion, corrosion, and heat resistance. Low coefficient of friction and wide plastic range offers improved resistance to corrosion and enables the deposit to be shaped or formed. Extremely smooth finish.
As welded: HRC 56 - 62

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PL 9788

Tungsten Carbide Gas Rod
Superior abrasion resistant gas rod offering sharp, hard tungsten carbide particles within a unique shock-resistant matrix to prevent carbide loss. Easily controlled deposition and carbide chip life can be extended by simply reheating and realigning the deposit.
Matrix: HRB 94
Carbides: HRC 77

Product Description Mechanical Properties
Typical Hardness
Technical Data
Abrasion


PL 9766

Chrome Carbide
Perfect combination of both impact and abrasion resistance on carbon and low alloy steels, manganese steels, and even cast iron. Exceptional resistance to fine particle abrasion. Maintains good hot hardness up to 1,000°F (540°C).
As welded: HRC 57 - 61

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PL 8846

Out of Position Abrasion Resistance
High deposition chrome carbide electrode with specially alloyed core wire for exceptional out of position welding. Easily controlled arc prevents excess dilution and provides smooth deposits with self-releasing slag and resistance to severe abrasion, scaling, corrosion, and erosion.
As welded: HRC 56 - 60

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PL 8874

High Temperature Abrasion Resistance
Complex Chrome-Molybdenum-Tungsten electrode for the most severe fine particle abrasion at elevated temperatures. Excellent AC weldability. Extremely high abrasion resistance to sand, gravel, ore, coal, cement and slag.
As welded: HRC 63 - 65

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PL 7151

High Pressure Abrasion, Erosion
Easy to use, high deposition, multi-carbide electrode offering resistance to high pressure abrasion and fi ne particle erosion up to 1000°F (540°C).
As welded: HRC 63 - 65


PL 7152

High Temperature Cr & Nb Carbides with Borides
Special Complex Carbides (Cr and Nb) with Borides for extreme abrasion resistance on high and low alloy steels, carbon steels, and 14% manganese steels. Relatively wide, thick overlays in even a single pass. Excellent high temperature performance up to 1200°F (650°C).
As welded: HRC 64 - 66

Product Description Mechanical Properties
Typical Hardness
Technical Data
Sugar


PL 8814

Graphitic Spray - Transfer Sugar Electrode
Graphitic coated electrode with highly efficient spray-like droplet transfer and minimal base metal dilution. Specifically designed for lamellar graphite cast iron rolls in the sugar industry, but also suitable for steel castings, construction, and austenitic manganese steels. Outstanding compression and impact strength.
As welded: HRC 55 - 63

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Product Description Mechanical Properties
Typical Hardness
Technical Data
Tool Steels


PL 8836

“High Speed” Tool Steel
High hardness alloy for high speed and hot working tool steels. Combination of tungsten, molybdenum, and vanadium provides a sharp edge which maintains its hardness and wear resistance even at high operating temperatures.
As welded: HRC 58 - 62 HRC
Heat Treated: HRC 63-65
Hot Hardness: HRC 56
@ 110°F (60°C)

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PL 8810

“Air, Oil, and Water Hardening” Tool Steel
Most universal alloy for high impact and high abrasion resistance on all three types of heat treatable steels. Multi-pass deposits are highly crack resistant, forgeable, and temperable. Excellent cold trimming characteristics.
As welded: HRC 55 - 60

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PL 8824

“Hot and Cold Working” Tool Steel
Amazing combination tool steel requiring minimal preheat, yet producing tough, ductile, martensitic deposits even at elevated temperatures. Excellent cold trimming performance up to 1/4” (6.4mm).
As welded: HRC 55 - 60

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Product Description Mechanical Properties
Typical Hardness
Technical Data
Cobalt


PL 8856

Tungsten Bearing Cobalt
Cobalt-based electrode for high deposition surfacing in elevated temperature applications. Resistant to moderate impact, abrasion, erosion, and corrosion.
As welded HRC 35 - 48
Hot Hardness: HRC 42
@ 1020°F (550°C)

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PL 8851

Cobalt for Thermal Shock Applications
Exceptionally smooth operating, high deposition cobalt-based electrode for high temperature, corrosion, and thermal shock applications. Superior hot abrasion and crack resistance.
As welded: HRC 25 - 30
Work Hardened HRC 45-50

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Product Description Mechanical Properties
Typical Hardness
Technical Data
Tubular Electrodes


PL 9711

Severe Abrasion Resistant Tubular Electrode
High deposition, high efficiency tubular electrode for use on cast irons, manganese steels, low alloy cast and carbon steels. No preheat required on cast iron or carbon steels. This alloy has good hot hardness up to 1000°F
Carbides: V 1400
Matrix: HRC 55 - 60

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PL 9712

Severe Fine Abrasion Resistant Tubular Electrode
High deposition,high efficiency tubular electrode with Chromium-Molybdenum-Vanadium structure for fi ne particle abrasion resistance at elevated temperatures. Excellent on low amperages.
Carbides: V 2000
Matrix: HRC 55 - 60

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PL 9713

High Temperature Abrasion Resistance Tubular Electrode
High Deposition, high efficiency tubular electrode designed to provide resistance to extreme abrasion at temperatures up to 1500°F (820°C ). Complex carbides including chromium, tungsten, molybdenum, niobium, and vanadium allow for additional moderate impact resistance.
Carbides: V 2400
Matrix: HRC 62 - 64

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