Chromium - TWP57
TWP57 is a chromium-based flux cored wire electrode used to protect equipment and parts from heavy wear and mild -to-moderate direct impact.
TWP57 has a compatible compositions that allows it to be applied on a wide array of materials and it maintains good Rockwell Hardness (HRc) and wear ability at elevated temperatures
TWP56 is a chromium-based flux cored wire electrode used to protect equipment and parts from moderate wear and impact.
TWP56 has wide welding parameters, allowing for easy installation, and its compatible composition allows it to be applied on a wide array of materials.
Chromium - TWP161
Tungsten - TWP70
Macrocrystaline nickel tube which can be welded with or without shielding gas.
Macrocrystaline tungsten has a higher melting point than that of the molten welding puddle, therefore the matrix is not affected by the degradation of Tungsten carbides throughout the matrix.
Barocarbide - TWP71
TWP71w is an iron based steel alloy with a near nanoscale (submicron) microstructure that includes chromium, molybdenum and niobium in the material chemistry, resulting in an overlay wear solution well suited for the toughest jobs in the most extreme service environments.
Complex Advanced Alloys
Complex Advance Alloys - TWP68i
TWP68iW is a complex-carbide flux cored wire electrode used to protect equipment and parts from heay wear in extreme temperatures. TWP68iW has a unique composition that forms a tight crystalline matrix, and is able to deter heavy wear in temperatures up to 842°F (450°C)
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