Hardfacing Consumables Family Group

Diameters / Packaging

Diameters
11.3 KG SPOOL
1.6 mm ED031129
2.0 mm ED031130

Lincore® M

Flux-Cored Self-Shielded (FCAW-S)

Austenitic manganese alloys, producing tough, high-strength deposits that will workharden under impact. Used in applications with high impact and low abrasion.

DETAILS

Austenitic manganese alloys, producing tough, high-strength deposits that will workharden under impact. Primarily used for joining, repairing or building up manganese steel parts that need to be joined together or joining manganese to carbon steel, including railroad frogs, impact hammers, rotors and rock crusher rolls. Deposits thickness is unlimited and can be flame cut. Used in applications with high impact and low abrasion.

Features

  • Recommended for build-up and repair of Hadfield-type austenitic manganese materials as well as carbon and low alloy steels
  • Unlimited layers with proper preheat and interpass temperatures and procedures
  • Deposit resists severe impact as well as moderate abrasion

Typical Applications

  • Bar, Bucket, Crush, Cut, Drag, Dredge
  • Hammer, Mill, Mix, Open Hearth, Plate
  • Power Generation, Pump, Rail, Roll
  • Screen, Shovel, Teeth, Wheel

Welding Positions

  • Flat/Horizontal

Disclaimers

Warning -

Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Service Information

Documentation

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BEFORE USE, READ AND UNDERSTAND THE SAFETY DATA SHEET (SDS) FOR THIS PRODUCT AND SPECIFIC INFORMATION PRINTED ON THE PRODUCT CONTAINER. SDS Search page

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MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Classification Hardness Rockwell C
Typical Result 18-28
Typical Result, Work-hardened 30-48

DEPOSIT COMPOSITION

Classification %C %Cr %Mn %Ni %Si
Typical Result 0.6 4.9 13.0 0.5 0.4

TYPICAL OPERATING PROCEDURES

Diameter Polarity ESO
mm (in.)
Wire Feed Speed
m/min (in/min)
Voltage
volts
Approx. Current
amps
Deposition Rate
kg/hr (lb/hr)
0.045 in (1.1 mm) DC+ 25 (1) 5.1 (200) 22 80 1.5 (3.3)
0.045 in (1.1 mm) DC+ 25 (1) 8.9 (350) 24 145 2.7 (6.0)
0.045 in (1.1 mm) DC+ 25 (1) 12.7 (500) 26 185 4.4 (9.6)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 30 (1 1/8) 3.8 (150) 23 130 2.2 (4.9)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 30 (1 1/8) 6.4 (250) 25 200 3.9 (8.6)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 30 (1 1/8) 8.9 (350) 27 250 5.6 (12.4)
5/64 in (2.0 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 3.2 (125) 24 240 2.9 (6.4)
5/64 in (2.0 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 4.4 (175) 27 300 4.2 (9.3)
5/64 in (2.0 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 6.4 (250) 29 360 6.2 (13.6)
7/64 in (2.8 mm) DC+ 45 (1 3/4) 1.9 (75) 25 240 3.5 (7.8)
7/64 in (2.8 mm) DC+ 45 (1 3/4) 3.2 (125) 27 360 6.2 (13.6)
7/64 in (2.8 mm) DC+ 45 (1 3/4) 3.8 (150) 28 395 7.5 (16.6)
7/64 in (2.8 mm) DC+ 64 (2 1/2) 1.9 (75) 25 240 3.6 (8.0)
7/64 in (2.8 mm) DC+ 64 (2 1/2) 4.4 (175) 30 400 8.8 (19.5)
7/64 in (2.8 mm) DC+ 64 (2 1/2) 5.7 (225) 32 455 11.6 (25.6)

NOTES

Note
As with all austenitic manganese welding products, interpass temperatures should be limited to 260°C (500°F) maximum.
A stringer bead, or at most, a slight weave is recommended to limit heat build-up. Excessive heat build-up causes manganese carbide precipitation that damages the toughness of austenitic manganese.