Hardfacing Consumables Family Group

Diameters / Packaging

Diameters
25lb Steel Spool
1/16 ED031134

Lincore® T & D

Flux-Cored Self-Shielded (FCAW-S)

Ideal for building up on carbon and low alloy steels. Use as an underbase for carbon steel parts prior to hardfacing. wear.

DETAILS

Ideal for building up on carbon and low alloy steels. Use as an underbase for carbon steel parts prior to hardfacing. Great compressive strength under heavy loading. Deposits are generally crack free, machinable and can be flame cut. Deposit thickness is unlimited.

Features

  • Delivers a deposit similar to H12 tool steel
  • For build-up of tool steel dies and edges, or applying wear resistance surface on carbon or low alloy steels
  • To be used on carbon steel, low alloy steel or tool steel

Typical Applications

  • Punch Dies, Rail, Mill, Brake/Drum, Bar, Pulverizer, Bucket, Crane
  • Shear Blades, Teeth, Drag/Bucket/Teeth, Cut/Teeth, Drive Sprocket, Extrusion, Gears, Idlers, Kiln, Mine Car/Wheel
  • Ore, Power Shovel, Pulp/paper, Pump, Scarrifier/Teeth, Auger, Power Generation, Tractor

Welding Positions

  • Flat/Horizontal

Disclaimers

Warning -

Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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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 48-55
Typical Result, Tempered 55-65

DEPOSIT COMPOSITION

Classification %Al %C %Cr %Mn %Mo %Si %W
Typical Result 1.8 0.65 7.0 1.5 1.4 0.8 1.6

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)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 3.8 (150) 22 170 2.4 (5.4)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 5.1 (200) 23 210 3.6 (7.9)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 6.4 (250) 24 250 4.1 (8.9)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 7.6 (300) 25 270 4.9 (10.8)
1/16 in (1.6 mm) DC+ 32 (1 1/4) 8.9 (350) 26 300 5.4 (12.0)

NOTES

Note
Minimum preheat and interpass temperatures of 315°C (600°F) are essential for crack-free welding on mild steel or low alloy steel. For crack-free welding on tool steel parts, preheat of 538°C (1000°F) or higher may be necessary.
After welding, very slow cooling to 121°C (250°F) is usually required. This can be followed by post-weld heat treating at 538° - 593°C (1000° - 1100°F) to develop maximum hardness