DIN EN 14700 | DIN 8555
T Fe16 | MF 10-65-GZ
CORODUR 65 is a highly C- Cr- Mo- Nb- W- V- alloyed flux-cored wire electrode, which forms extremely hard carbides. This is used for hardfacing to extremely strong abrasive mineral wear. The deposit retains its wear resistance up to 800°C. The structure consists of primarily and eutectic solidifying Cr- carbides plus Nb- Mo- W- V- carbides. The hardness reduction at a temperature of 400°C is approximately 4% and at 700°C approximately 10 %. This wire is recommended for use in sintering plants, augers and blast furnace bells.
parts in hot screening units, grates, sinterbreaker
TYPICAL ALL WELD METAL ANALYSIS (%)
TYPICAL ALL WELD METAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Hardness: 63 – 65 HRc
FORMS OF DELIVERY
|Coil "BS 300" = 15 kg||Coil "BS 450" = 25 kg||Drums = 300 kg|
OA = gasless, SA = Submerged Arc
Corodur Fülldraht GmbH may change the characteristics of the wire without notice. Statements on composition and application are just for the applier’s information. Statements on mechanical properties always refer to the all-weld-metal according to valid standards. We recommend the applier to check our products for their special application autonomously.