HARDFACING & HIGH ALLOY
Product Selection Guide
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STOODY HARDFACING AND HIGH-ALLOY JOINING
Stoody is a world leading innovator and producer of
welding wires, electrodes, and powders used to combat
various types of wear and corrosion. These alloys are
engineered to withstand the demands of high impact
and/or high abrasion conditions found in metal to
metal or metal to earth applications that may also
be accompanied by high temperatures or corrosion.
Stoody has developed a full product offering to meet
your unique requirements. Our extensive family of
welding products includes iron, nickel, cobalt, titanium,
tungsten, chromium, niobium and vanadium bearing
alloys. In addition to hardfacing products, Stoody also
offers a full line of high alloy (stainless and nickel based)
joining and cladding wires and electrodes. Some of the
major industries we serve are power generation, mining,
construction, railroad, steel mills, steel foundries, oil and
gas production and exploration as well as the pulp and
paper industry.
Founded in 1921, Stoody created the hardfacing category
of welding products. Today Stoody continues to lead
innovation in hardfacing alloys and has grown to be a
world class supplier to industries and companies around
the world. Located in Bowling Green, KY, Stoody offers
complete engineering and laboratory services to ensure
high standards of quality control as well as custom
metallurgy and product development.
Sections of this entire catalog are also available for
downloading on our website at Stoody.com
Stoody products are manufactured in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS BY INDUSTRY & APPLICATION
BUILD-UP AND HARDFACING ELECTRODES AND WIRES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
SELECTION GUIDE
BUILD-UP AND HARDFACING ELECTRODES AND WIRES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11
Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-15
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE IMPACT AND
MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-22
GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH FOR EXTREME ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-25
GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-29
OPEN-ARC AND GAS-SHIELDED WIRES
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-35
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
COATED ELECTRODES AND BARE RODS
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-38
MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-51
GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH FOR EXTREME ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-54
GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-57
SUBMERGED ARC WIRES
INTRODUCTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE IMPACT AND
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59-61
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-69
MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71-72
HIGH ALLOY JOINING AND CLADDING
STAINLESS STEEL FLUX CORE WIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73-74
SPECIALITY WIRES AND COATED ELECTRODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75-76
NICKEL FLUX CORE WIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76-77
High Alloy Joining & Cladding
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE IMPACT AND
POWDERS AND DROPPED CARBIDES
BULK DROPPED CARBIDE SYSTEM: BULK DROPPED CARBIDES AND ACCESSORIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
PTA & LASER CLADDING: COBALT AND TUNGSTEN CARBIDE POWDERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80-82
PRODUCT REFERENCE & INDEX
STANDARDS AND EQUIVALANCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83-89
NICKEL FLUX CORE WIRES - TYPICAL COMPOSITIONS & MECHANICAL PROPERTIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
STOODITE® (COBALT-BASED) - COMPARATIVE DATA & APPLICATION REFERENCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91-95
PRODUCT INDEX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
PACKAGING AND WARNINGS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97-99
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Powders and Dropped Carbides
OXYFUEL TORCH: MANUAL SPRAY TORCH POWDERS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
General Information
RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS BY INDUSTRY & APPLICATION
AGRICULTURE
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Moderate Impact & Abrasion
Stoody BTS
Borium (ATB)
Stoody 31
Stoody 2134
Stoody 965-G, 965-O, 965 AP-G
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody 966-G
OFW
OFW
SMAW
SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW
Low Impact & Abrasion
Vancar E, Vancar G, Vancar-O
Stoody 965-G, 965-O, 965 AP-G
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody 966-G
SMAW, OFW, Open-Arc
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW
Moderate Impact & Abrasion
Borium (ATB)
Stoody 965-G, 965-O, 965 AP-G
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody 966-G
OFW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW
Low Impact & Abrasion
Borium (ATB)
Vancar E, Vancar G, Vancar-O
Stoody 965-G, 965-O, 965 AP-G
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody 966-G
OFW
SMAW, OFW, Open-Arc
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW
Moderate Impact & Abrasion
Borium (ATB)
TB-2954
Stoody 965-G, 965-O, 965 AP-G
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody 966-G
OFW
OFW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW
Sweeps
Chisel Points
Ammonia Injector Feet
Grain Mill Hammers
EARTH MOVING - CONSTRUCTION
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Idler Rolls
Metal to Metal
ThermaClad 42
SAW
Track Rollers, Rails, Sprockets
Metal to Metal
Stoody 105B
ThermaClad 42
Super Build Up-G
Super Build Up-O
SAW
SAW
GMAW
Open-Arc
Sprockets, Gear Teeth
Metal to Metal
Ripper Shanks
Moderate Impact & Abrasion
Stoody 1105
Stoody 105-G, 105-O
Stoody XHC
Stoody 101HC-G, 101HC-O
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody 31
Stoody 35
Stoody 2134
Stoody XHC
Stoody 600
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody 35, Stoody XHC,
Stoody 101HC-G, 101-O,
Stoody CP2001, Stoody 101AP
Vancar E, Vancar G, Vancar-O
Stoody 130
Stoody 160FC
SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc
SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
SMAW
SMAW
SMAW
SMAW
Open-Arc
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
SMAW, SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc,
FCAW
SMAW, OFW, Open-Arc
Open-Arc
GMAW
Moderate Impact & Abrasion
Dozer Teeth, Bucket Lips
& Teeth
Low Impact & High Abrasion
Low Impact & Severe Abrasion
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RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS BY INDUSTRY & APPLICATION
OIL & GAS UPSTREAM
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Abrasion & Impact
Stoody XHC
Super 20
Stoody 101HC
Stoody CP2000
Stoody 101AP
Vancar E, Vancar G, Vancar-O
Stoody 101HWP
SMAW
SMAW, Open-Arc
GMAW, Open-Arc
Open-Arc
FCAW
SMAW, OFW, Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Pipe I.D. Cladding,
Elbow I.D. Cladding
Slurry Abrasion, Corrosion
Stoody 160-E
Stoody 160FC
Stoody PC2009
Stoody PR2009
Stoodcor 136
Stoody CP2000
SMAW
GMAW
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Down Hole Tolling,
Tool Joint Repair
Build Up, Tool Joint Repair
Stoody 155FC
Stoody ThermaClad 104TJ
GMAW
SAW
Abrasion
Stoody 160-E
Stoody 160FC
Stoody 160FS
Stoody HB-56
Stoody HB-64
Stoody HB-Ti
Stoody HB-NoMag
SMAW
GMAW
GMAW
GMAW
GMAW
Open-Arc
GMAW
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Pipe I.D. Cladding,
Elbow I.D. Cladding
Slurry Abrasion, Corrosion
Stoody PC2009
Stoody PR2009
Stoodcor 136
Stoody CP2000
Stoody 160FC
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
GMAW
Valves
Slurry Abrasion, Corrosion
Stoodite 6 / Stoodite 6-M / Stoodite 6-O
Stoodite 12 / Stoodite 12-M
Stoodite 21 / Stoodite 21-M
GTAW, GMAW, Open-Arc
GTAW, GMAW
GTAW, GMAW
LNG Tanks,
Cryogenic Joining (9% Nickel),
High Alloy Clad Lines
Joining
Stoody 625-T1
Stoody 625Li-T1
FCAW
FCAW
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Valves
Corrosion
Stoodite 6 / Stoodite 6-M / Stoodite 6-O
Stoodite 12 / Stoodite 12-M
Stoodite 21 / Stoodite 21-M
GTAW, GMAW, Open-Arc
GTAW, GMAW
GTAW, GMAW
Pump Parts
Corrosion
Stoodite 12 / Stoodite 12-M
GTAW, GMAW
Joining
Brilliant 2209 T-1 AP
Brilliant 2594 T-1 AP
GMAW
GMAW
Joining
Stoody 625-T1
Stoody 625Li-T1
GMAW
GMAW
Earth Moving /
Ground Engaging
Down Hole Tolling,
Hardfacing / Hardbanding
OIL & GAS MIDSTREAM
APPLICATION
OIL & GAS DOWNSTREAM
Duplex Stainless Steel
Joining Applications
LNG Tanks,
Cryogenic Joining (9% Nickel),
High Alloy Clad Lines
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RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS BY INDUSTRY & APPLICATION
MINING
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Dragline Bucket, Shovel Tips
High Stress Abrasion
Stoody XHC
Stoody CP2000
Stoody 160-E
Stoody 160FC
SMAW
Open-Arc
SMAW
GMAW
Tunneling, Boring
Low Impact &
Severe Abrasion
Stoody 160-E
Vancar E, Vancar G, Vancar-O
Stoody 160FC
SMAW
SMAW, OFW, Open-Arc
GMAW
High Abrasion
Stoody CP2000
Stoody PC2009
Stoody PR2009
Stoody 160FC
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
GMAW
Augers
High Abrasion
Stoody 101HC-G, 101HC-O
Stoody CP2000, Stoody 101AP,
Stoody 160FC
Stoody 160-E
Super 20
GMAW, Open-Arc
Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW
SMAW
SMAW, Open-Arc
Cable Sheaves
Metal to Metal
ThermaClad 42
ThermaClad 102
SAW
SAW
Dragline Pins
Metal to Metal
Stoody 102
SAW
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Roller Crushers, Grinding
Rings - Coal
Low Impact & High Abrasion
Stoody 100HD
Stoody CP2000
Stoody CP2001
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Rotary Vein Wheels
High Abrasion
Stoody CP2000
Stoody 160FC
Vancar E, Vancar G, Vancar-O
Super 20
Open-Arc
GMAW
SMAW, OFW, Open-Arc
SMAW, Open-Arc
Mill Liner Plates
High Abrasion
Stoody CP2000
Stoody 101HWP
Stoody 101HD
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Clinker Grinders
High Abrasion
Stoody 600
Open-Arc
Elbows, Rotary Veins
Low Impact & High Abrasion
Stoody 35
Stoody CP2000
Stoody 160FC
SMAW
Open-Arc
GMAW
Steam Valves
High Temperature,
Metal to Metal
Stoodite 6H / Stoodite 6-M / Stoodite 6-O
Stoodite 21 / Stoodite 21-M
GTAW, GMAW, Open-Arc
GTAW, GMAW
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Roll
Build Up
ThermaClad 8620
ThermaClad RollBuild 3
SAW
SAW
Continuous Casters
Corrosion, Thermal Fatigue
& Abrasion
ThermaClad 423, 423N
SOS 423
SAW
Open-Arc
Pinch Rolls
Abrasion, Thermal Resistance
ThermaClad 443
SAW
Cold Rolling, Bell Seats
Abrasion
ThermaClad 102
SAW
Abrasion
Stoody 103
Stoody 100HD
Stoody CP2000
SMAW
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Conveyor Pipes
POWER GENERATION
STEEL
Burden Area, Guides, Bell
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RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS BY INDUSTRY & APPLICATION
DREDGING
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Low Impact & Abrasion
Stoody 100HD
Stoody CP2000
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
High Impact
Stoody 117
Stoody 31
Open-Arc
SMAW
Pump Seals, Impellers
Moderate Impact & Abrasion
Stoody 117
Stoody 31, Stoody 133
Open-Arc
SMAW, FCAW
Rotary Cutter Teeth
High Stress Abrasion
Stoody 160FC
Stoody 160-E
GMAW
SMAW
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Raw Materials Pulverizing Mill
Moderate Impact &
High Abrasion
Stoody 100HC
Stoody CP2000
Stoody CP2001
Stoody 100HD
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Pulverizing Rolls, Tables
Low Impact & High Abrasion
Stoody CP2000
Open-Arc
High Abrasion
Stoody CP2000
Stoody 130
Stoody 160FC
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
GMAW
High Pressure & Abrasion
Stoody 600, Stoody 670
Open-Arc, GMAW
Build Up
ThermaClad Roll Build 3
SAW
Moderate Impact & Abrasion
Stoody 35
Stoody XHC
Super 20
Stoody CP2000
Vancar
SMAW
SMAW
SMAW
Open-Arc
SMAW, GMAW, Open-Arc
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Tire Shredding Knives
High Stress, Metal to Metal
Stoody M7
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
GMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
Tub Grinders
High Stress Abrasion
Vancar
Stoody 121-G, 121-O
SMAW, GMAW, Open-Arc
GMAW, Open-Arc
Rotor Disc Car Crusher
High Impact
Stoody 2110
Stoody 100-G, 110-O
SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc
Alligator Shears, Labounty
Shears
High Stress, Metal to Metal
Stoody 1102
Stoody 102-G, 102-O
SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc
Grapples
High Impact, Metal to Metal
Stoody 965-G, 965-O, 965 AP-G
Stoody 964-G, 964-O, 964 AP-G
Stoody Self-Hardening (SHIP)
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
GMAW, Open-Arc, FCAW
SMAW
Pump Housings
CEMENT
Feed Screw Flights
High Pressure Clinker Rolls
Mill Paddles
RECYCLING
LOGGING / PULP / PAPER
APPLICATION
MODE - WEAR OR REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Debarking Hammers
Medium Impact & Abrasion
Stoody 33, Stoody 2134
Stoody 134, Stoody 160FC
Vancar
SMAW, SMAW
FCAW, GMAW
SMAW, GMAW, Open-Arc
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General Information
RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS BY INDUSTRY & APPLICATION
QUARRIES - CRUSHING
MODE - WEAR OR
REPAIR
PRODUCT
PROCESS
Build Up / Repairs
Stoody 110-G, 110-O
Stoody 2110
GMAW, Open-Arc
SMAW
Build Up / Hardface
Stoody 117
Stoody 100HC
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Rotors, Impeller Bars
Build Up / Manganese /
Carbon Steel
Stoody 110-G, 110-O
Stoody 2110, Stoody 111
GMAW, Open-Arc
SMAW, FCAW
Crusher Hammers
Moderate Impact
& Abrasion
Stoody 2134
Stoody 134-G, 134-O,
Stoody Super 20
SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc,
SMAW and FCAW
Moderate Impact
& Abrasion
Stoody 134-G, 134-O
GMAW, Open-Arc
High Impact & Abrasion
Stoody 600, Stoody 111
Stoody 670
Open-Arc, FCAW,
GMAW
Joining
Joining Manganese to
Carbon Steel
Stoody 110-G, 110-O
Stoody 2110
GMAW, Open-Arc
SMAW
Various Hammers
Low Impact &
High Abrasion
Versalloy Plus, Versalloy AP
Stoody 21
Stoody 121-G, 121-O
SMAW, FCAW
SMAW
GMAW, Open-Arc
Repairs
Stoody 110-G, 110-O
Stoody 2110
GMAW, Open-Arc
SMAW
Build Up & Hardface
Stoody 117
Stoody 100HC
Stoody CP2000
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Open-Arc
Moderate Impact &
High Abrasion
Stoody 100HC
Open-Arc
APPLICATION
Roll Crusher Rollers
Jaw Crusher - Jaws
Worn Cones, Mantles
New Cones, Mantles
PROCESS KEY
FCAW - Flux Cored Arc Welding
GMAW - Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)
GTAW - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)
OFW - Oxy-Fuel Welding
Open-Arc - Open Arc Welding
SAW - Submerged Arc Welding
SMAW - Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Stick)
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Coated Electrodes
and Bare Rods
(Pages 12-15)
BUILD-UP LH

BARE
Service Conditions and
Typical Applications
COATED
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
Open-Arc and
Gas-Shielded Wires
(Pages 30-35)
Submerged
Arc Wires
(Pages 59-61)
Relative Abrasion Resistance
and Impact Strength
LOW
MEDIUM
A. Build-Up of Carbon Steel
Applications: Machinery parts–
wearing parts of carbon and lowalloy steel subject to metal-tometal rolling, sliding and impact
loading. Examples are shafts,
gears and other heat-treated and
machined surfaces. Also used to
renew worn steel parts to near
original dimensions prior to hard
surfacing.
STOODY BUILD-UP
BUILD-UP AP-G
THERMACLAD
ROLL BUILD 3
NICROMANG

DYNAMANG
NICROMANG PLUS

NICROMANG PLUS
FOUNDRY
CO-MANG

FOUNDRY
CO-MANG-O
TRACKWEAR

TRACKWEAR
(Formerly SA
Manganese)
STOODY 2110

STOODY 110
C. Build-Up and Joining
of Both Carbon and
Manganese Steel
DYNAMANG-S
STOODY 111
STOODY 120
VERSALLOY PLUS

CASTWELD™ 55

D. Joining and Build-Up
of Cast Irons
Applications: Welding and repairs
of cast iron parts.
THERMACLAD 104
CASTWELD 57

CASTWELD 99

N/A
VERSALLOY AP-G
CASTWELD Ni 55-O/S CASTWELD Ni 55-O/S
N/A
CASTWELD Ni 30-O/S
CASTWELD Ni 55-S
N/A
CASTWELD 30-G CASTWELD Ni 30-O/S
N/A
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HIGH
General Information
Coated Electrodes
and Bare Rods
(Pages 16-17)
BARE
Service Conditions and
Typical Applications
COATED
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
Open-Arc and
Gas-Shielded
Wires
(Pages 36-38)
SUPER BUILD-UP
Submerged
Arc Wires
(Pages 62-69)
Relative Abrasion Resistance
and Impact Strength
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
THERMACLAD 107
THERMACLAD 105B
STOODY 1105
Applications: Non-lubricated
metal-to-metal rolling
or sliding parts where
temperature can be a factor
such as steel mill rolls and
undercarriage parts of earth
moving equipment.
STOODY 105

THERMACLAD 105
THERMACLAD 4552
STOODY 420
THERMACLAD 420
THERMACLAD 104TJ
STOODY 1102
RAIL END 932

STOODY 102
THERMACLAD 102

RAIL END 932-0
THERMACLAD 42
M7-G
STOODY 964AP-G
STOODY 964
STOODY 966-G
Coated Electrodes
and Bare Rods
(Pages 18-22)
SELF HARDENING

STOODY 33

STOODY 19

STOODY 21

STOODY 31

BARE
Service Conditions and
Typical Applications
COATED
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION (HIGH ALLOY-IRON BASED)
Open-Arc and
Gas-Shielded Wires
(Pages 39-51)
Submerged
Arc Wires
(Page 70)
Relative Abrasion Resistance
and Impact Strength
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
STOODY 965
STOODY 965 AP-G
STOODY 117
BTS
STOODY 35
STOODY 133
STOODY 121
STOODY 131


STOODY 135
STOODY 964AP-G
CTS

STOODY 2134

STOODY 134
STOODY 964
STOODY 100HC
STOODY 103CP
STOODY 101HC
Applications: Surfaces subject
to abrasion from bulk
handling of rock, ore, clay,
sand, etc., such as digger
teeth, crushing surfaces,
grizzlies, mullers, conveyor
screws, etc.
STOODCOR 136
STOODY 100HD
STOODY PC2009
STOODY PR2009
STOODY 100XHC
STOODY XHC

STOODY 101HD
101HT, 101AP
STOODY 101HWP
STOODY 966
STOODY 968-O
STOODY 970-G
SUPER 20

SUPER 20
STOODY CP2000 STOODY CP2000-S
STOODY 600
STOODY 670
STOODY 45

STOODY 143
STOODY 143-S
STOODY CP2001
STOODY 145
STOODY 145-S
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General Information
Coated Electrodes
and Bare Rods
(Pages 23-25)
AC-DC BOROD
Applications: Cutting edges of
digging tools such as augers
and rotary rock bits. Surfaces
subject to sliding abrasion from
rock, sand, ore, cement, etc.,
such as digging teeth, scraping
edges, conveyor screws, etc.
Submerged
Arc Wires
Relative Abrasion Resistance
and Impact Strength
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
STOODY 130


ACETYLENE TUBE
BORIUM

TB-2954

TB-20062

TUBE BORIUM H

HORSESHOE
BORIUM

VANCAR E & G
Open-Arc and
Gas-Shielded Wires
(Pages 52-54)

BARE BOROD
AC-DC TUBE
BORIUM
BARE
Service Conditions and
Typical Applications
COATED
GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH (EARTH CUTTING & DIGGING) FOR
EXTREME ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT (TUNGSTEN & VANADIUM CARBIDE)

VANCAR

STOODY 155FC
STOODY 160-E
STOODY 160FC,
160FC-O

STOODY 160FS
GMAW (M)
Applications: Wearing surfaces
operating at red heat and/or
corrosive environments such as
plows in roasting ovens, tong
bits handling ingots, steam
throttling valves, etc.
Submerged
Arc Wires
(Pages 71-72)
STOODITE 6
STOODITE 6H



STOODITE 6-M

STOODITE 6-S
STOODITE 12


STOODITE 12-M

STOODITE 12-S
STOODITE 1


STOODITE 1-M

STOODITE 21


STOODITE 21-M

STOODY 60-M

STOODY C-M

Coated Electrodes
and Bare Rods
(Pages 26-29)
BARE
Service Conditions and
Typical Applications
COATED
GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION AND/OR
HIGH TEMPERATURES (COBALT AND NICKEL BASED)
STOODY 50

STOODY 60

STOODY C

Open-Arc and
Gas-Shielded Wires
(Pages 55-57)
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STOODITE 21-S
STOODY C-S
Relative Abrasion Resistance
and Impact Strength
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
Coated Electrodes and Bare Rods
Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
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GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
A. BUILD-UP OF CARBON STEELS
STOODY® BUILD-UP LH - COATED
STOODY BUILD-UP LH is a solid core electrode with a special low
hydrogen coating to provide a high strength fusion bond on carbon
and low alloy steels. When used as a base alloy for hardsurfacing
overlays or for restoring parts to original dimensions, it provides a
weld deposit with excellent compressive strength and ductility capable
of absorbing heavy impact and/or compressive loads. It can be
applied in multiple layers without cracking, spalling or mushrooming.
It is machinable in the “as welded” condition with reasonable
procedural care and can be forged at red heat. It is not recommended
for manganese steel or cast iron and will work harden under high
impact loads.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity (reverse preferred) in stringer or weave beads. Preheat
and slow cool prior to machining; carbide tools are recommended.
Strongly magnetic on carbon and low alloy steel. This electrode is an
all-position electrode. NOTE: Should not be used for joining.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
1 Layer (weave beads) Med. Carbon Steel................... 27 HRC
2 Layers (weave beads) Med. Carbon Steel................. 29 HRC
3 Layers (weave beads) Med. Carbon Steel................. 31 HRC
Tensile Strength...................................................118 ksi (815 MPa)
Yield Strength......................................................113 ksi (780 MPa)
Elongation.................................................................................. 6%
Part
Number
11414100
11412900
11413000
11413100
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
100 – 185
140 – 250
180 – 310
200 – 360
Applications: Tractor Rollers, Steel Shovel Pads, Tractor and Shovel
Idlers, Gear Teeth, Sprockets and Shafts
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 4.5% (Chromium, Molybdenum, Manganese,
Silicon, Carbon)
Iron Base
NICROMANG® - COATED
NICROMANG is an out of position extruded electrode with excellent
impact strength. It work hardens under impact. Deposits can be flame
cut. NICROMANG has a high deposition rate. Designed for build-up,
and joining of manganese steels. No limit to deposit thickness.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity (reverse preferred). Use straight polarity for fastest
deposition. Minimum spatter loss. Produces a thin, non-popping
slag that is easily removed. Weave beads 2–3x electrode diameter
are preferred. Deposits are non-magnetic and machinability is poor.
Interpass temperature should not exceed 500°F (260°C) maximum.
Not recommended for build-up of carbon steel.
Applications: Dipper and Tooth Build-up, Crusher Rolls, Dredge
Pump Parts, Rolling Mill Couplers, Rolling Mill Spindles, Crusher
Jaws, Impact Breaker Bars, Hammer Mill, Shovel Pads, Railroad Frogs
(manganese)
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 23% (Manganese, Chromium, Nickel,
Carbon, Silicon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness (2 Layers) / Work Hardens to..........200 BHN / 500 BHN
Tensile Strength...................................................120 ksi (830 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................70 ksi (480 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 42%
Part Number
45150850
45150810
45151050
45151010
45151250
45151210
45151650
11498800
45152050
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
5/16" x 18"
(8.0 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
100 – 160
100 – 160
140 – 200
140 – 200
170 – 225
170 – 225
230 – 330
230 – 330
270 – 390
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GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
B. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF MANGANESE STEEL
NICROMANG® PLUS - COATED
NICROMANG PLUS is similar to Stoody NicroMang except it
is formulated to produce a higher hardness in the “as-welded”
condition. This higher hardness will reduce the amount of initial metal
deformation under heavy loads. NicroMang Plus is not recommended
for buildup on carbon steel.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity (reverse preferred) using stringer or weave beads.
Weldability is good in the flat and horizontal positions. Multiple layers
can be applied without difficulty when proper procedures are followed.
Maintain low heat input, do not exceed 500°F (260°C) degrees
interpass temperature and peen with the flat face of a hammer, when
possible, to relieve weld stress.
Applications: Manganese Railroad Frogs and Crossings, Manganese
Steel Castings
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 23% (Manganese, Chromium, Carbon,
Molybdenum, Nickel)
Iron Base
FOUNDRY CO-MANG® - COATED
FOUNDRY CO-MANG is a manganese steel coated electrode and
provides an excellent color match to the manganese base metal. It
is suitable for multi-layer buildup and has excellent work hardening
characteristics. It is usable for austenitic manganese steel repair,
buildup and joining.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness / Work Hardens to.............................235 BHN / 55 HRC
Tensile Strength...................................................132 ksi (910 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................89 ksi (615 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 35%
Part Number
11857600
11857700
11852900
11852000
11872900
11876900
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
5/16" x 18"
(8.0 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
100 – 160
140 – 200
170 – 225
170 – 225
230 – 330
270 – 390
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness / Work Hardens to............ 170-210 BHN / 350-450 BHN
Tensile Strength...................................................128 ksi (880 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................71 ksi (490 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 42%
Part Number
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DCEP
(reverse polarity). Weave beads 2-3 times the electrode diameter
are preferred. Deposits are non-magnetic and machinability is
poor. Interpass temperature should not exceed 500°F (260°C). Not
recommended for build up of carbon steel.
11814000
44441050
Applications: Rock Crushing and Mining: Crusher Roll, Jaws, Grizzly
Bars, Screens, Grates, Impactor Bars, Dredge Pump Parts, Hammer
Mill Hammers, Shovel Pads, Latch Pins, Dipper Front Edge and Teeth.
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 18%
(Carbon, Manganese, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
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11814100
44441250
44441650
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC+)
140 – 180
140 – 180
175 – 225
175 – 225
220 – 280
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Coated Electrodes and Bare Rods
Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
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GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
B. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF MANGANESE STEEL
TRACKWEAR® - COATED
TRACKWEAR is a high strength manganese steel electrode especially
developed for the build-up of parts subject to heavy battering loads,
such as railroad frogs and crossings. Its initial strength and hardness
is high and it work hardens quickly with minimal flow and roll over.
It works well when applied to standard manganese steel alloy
castings, nickel manganese steel alloy castings, and molybdenum
manganese steel castings. It is also compatible with any other
standard manganese steel welding material that may have been
applied previously.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity (straight preferred). Deposits do not respond to heat
treatment.. Weave beads 2–3x electrode diameter are preferred.
Machinability is poor. Not recommended for build-up of carbon steel.
Interpass temperature should not exceed 500°F (260°C) maximum.
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 19% (Manganese, Vanadium, Carbon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness (2 Layers) / Work Hardens to..........240 BHN / 500 BHN
Tensile Strength...................................................128 ksi (880 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................85 ksi (585 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 25%
Part Number
48701050
48701250
48701650
Applications: Railroad Frogs, Railroad Crossings, Track Castings,
Steel Mill Rolls, Wobbler Spindles, Coupling Boxes, Crusher
Equipment Parts
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
100 – 160
140 – 230
200 – 300
C. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF BOTH MANGANESE STEEL AND CARBON STEELS
STOODY® 2110 - COATED
STOODY 2110 is a solid core extruded electrode with alloys in the
coating designed for build-up of austenitic manganese steel parts
subject to high impact loading without limitations to deposit thickness.
It is a modified high chromium-high manganese steel that combines
toughness and wear resistance. This alloy can be applied to low
carbon steel and used to join austenitic manganese steels to low
carbon steel.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DCEP
(reverse polarity). Weldability is excellent with low spatter. Build-up is
superior to other electrodes of this type. Use stringer or weave beads.
Deposits are dense, porosity-free, extremely tough and workhardens
rapidly. Cannot be flame cut; machinable with carbide tools, nonmagnetic. Not recommended for cast iron.
Applications: Shovel Pads, Roll Crushers, Hammers, Shovel Teeth,
Grate Bars, Carbon, Steel Frogs, Switch Points, Manganese Rail
Components
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 31% (Manganese, Chromium, Nickel,
Carbon, Silicon)
Iron Base
VERSALLOY™ PLUS - COATED
VERSALLOY PLUS is a modified austenitic stainless steel
recommended for joining, rebuilding or cushion-overlaying on
applications involving high strength, heat and corrosion resistance.
It is frequently used to join metals in dissimilar applications involving
stainless steels and low carbon steels.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DCEP
(reverse polarity) using a short to medium arc length. Apply in stringer
or slight weave beads. Easy slag removal.
Applications: General purpose electrode used for joining stainless
steels to other alloys; also a good cushioning layer for hardfacing.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers (1020 Steel) / Work Hardens.............................. 200 BHN
Work hardens to.......................................................48-53 HRC
2 Layers (Mang. Steel)...................................................... 210 BHN
Work hardens to.......................................................50-55 HRC
5 Layers (Mang. Steel)...................................................... 220 BHN
Work hardens to.......................................................50-55 HRC
Tensile Strength...................................................119 ksi (820 MPa)
Yield Strength.....................................................76.5 ksi (525 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 40%
Part Number
11431300
10202800
10202900
10203000
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC+)
100 – 130
125 – 190
150 – 260
240 – 325
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness / Work Hardens to...........................230 BHN / 340 BHN
Tensile Strength...................................................116 ksi (800 MPa)
Part Number
11820600
11816900
11820700
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
5 lb Vac Pak
(2.27 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
3/32" x 14"
(2.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC+)
50 – 90
75 – 125
90 – 150
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 40% (Chromium, Nickel, Silicon,
Manganese, Carbon)
Iron Base
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GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
D. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF CAST IRONS
CASTWELD™ 55 (55% NICKEL TYPE) - COATED
CASTWELD 55 is for worn cast iron parts requiring build-up or
repair. Castweld 55 has good strength and tolerance to the high
phosphorus often found in cast irons. It is used as a general purpose
rod especially when welding thick sections. Castweld 55 is also
recommended for joining cast iron to dissimilar metals.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Must be applied with DCEP
(reverse polarity). When welding cast iron always clean the part,
preheat and slow cool. Use stringer bead technique (limit weave width
to 3–4x electrode diameter). It’s preferable to run short (approx. 2")
weld beads and to use a skip welding technique. Peen immediately
after each weld. Short arc is recommended. Remove slag before
restriking electrode on previous weld bead.
Typical Chemical Composition:
Nickel
Iron
Typical Mechanical Properties:
N/A
Part Number
11375000
11369500
11369400
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
5 lb Vac Pak
(2.27 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
3/32" x 14"
(2.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC+)
40 – 80
70 – 110
100 – 140
Applications: Joining or build-up on cast iron parts, i.e. Pump
Housings, Engine Blocks, Assorted Castings
CASTWELD™ 57 - COATED
CASTWELD 57 consistently produces weld deposits which exceed
the physical properties of standard Castweld 55. These have typical
weld deposit impact strengths of 1 to 9 foot pounds. Castweld 57
can achieve impact strengths of 10 to 15 foot pounds. Castweld 57
is used on worn cast iron parts requiring build up or joining but not
needing tight dimensional control or machining. Castweld 57 has good
tolerance for high phosphorus often found in cast iron to dissimilar
metals.
Applications: Joining dissimilar metals to cast iron, Joining or build up
of cast iron parts, Engine Blocks, Pump Housings, Assorted Castings
Typical Chemical Composition: Carbon, Manganese, Nickel, Silicon,
Iron
CASTWELD™ 99 (99% NICKEL TYPE) - COATED
CASTWELD 99 makes a softer deposit than Castweld 55 and is
preferred if machining of the deposit is required following welding of
cast iron parts.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength.....................................................62 ksi (425 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................51 ksi (350 MPa)
Elongation.................................................................................. 7%
Charpy Impact Strength...........................................12.5 ft lb (17 J)
(@ room temperature)
Part Number
11956900
11956800
11951100
Part Number
11375100
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Must be applied with DC
reverse polarity. When welding cast iron always clean the part, preheat
and slow cool. Use stringer bead technique (limit weave width to
3–4x electrode diameter). It’s preferable to run short (approx. 2") weld
beads and to use a skip welding technique. Peen immediately after
each weld. Short arc is recommended. Remove slag before restriking
electrode on previous weld bead.
11375200
11375300
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
Amperage
(DC+)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
100 – 140
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
5 lb Vac Pak
(2.27 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
3/32" x 14"
(2.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
70 – 110
120 – 170
40 – 80
70 – 110
100 – 140
Applications: Repair of cast iron, particularly hairline cracks and
casting defects.
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Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
2
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
STOODY® 1105 - COATED
STOODY 1105 is a solid core electrode with an extruded coating
containing the alloying elements. It provides good weldability and a
high deposition rate. It bonds readily to carbon and low alloy steels.
Deposit properties are the same as those of Stoody 105 wire.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied in stringer
or weave beads. Runs well on DC, either polarity; highest deposition
rate with DCEN (straight polarity). Limit layers to four. Forgeable
at red heat. Machinable with carbide tools. Not recommended for
manganese steels or cast iron. Deposit is magnetic on carbon and low
alloy steels.
Applications: Tractor Rollers, Tractor Idlers, Arch Wheels, Shovel
Rollers and Idlers Sprockets, Drive Tumblers, Churn Drills, Charging
Car Wheels, Wobblers, Coupling Boxes
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 5%
(Chromium, Manganese, Silicon,
Molybdenum, Vanadium, Carbon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
(1/2" weave beads – air cooled)
2 Layers - 1045 steel................................................38-42 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 600°F (315°C).
Part Number
11345100
11173800
11173900
STOODY® 1102 - COATED
STOODY 1102 is a solid core electrode designed for wear resistance
in metal to metal applications. It has an extruded coating that contains
the alloying elements. Stoody 1102 has an all weld metal composition
and physical properties similar to those of H-12 tool steel. Weldability
is very good. It is good for hot wear applications up to 1100°F (593°C)
and can be machined using carbide tools.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied DC either
polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred) using stringer or weave beads.
Multiple layers (up to 4 layers) can be applied without difficulty when
proper preheat, interpass temperature and cooling rates are observed.
Applications: Cable Sheaves, Forging Dies, Crane Wheels, Hot and
Cold Shear Blades, Drill Pipe Hard Banding, Hot Work Extrusion Rolls
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" (4.8 mm) x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC±)
80 – 150
140 – 210
165 – 250
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 11% (Chromium, Molybdenum, Tungsten,
Manganese, Silicon, Carbon, Vandium)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:.......................................................................52-58 HRC
Part Number
11857000
11857100
Pkg
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC±)
125 – 150
140 – 200
Bearing Housing
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GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
RAIL END 932 - COATED
STOODY Rail End 932 is a solid cored electrode designed specifically
for repair of carbon steel railroad track components. It has excellent
tensile strength to maintain the desired rail dimensions. Rail End 932
has fine weldability and a good contour. It has a low hydrogen type of
coating and is formulated for welding onto high carbon steel rails and
frogs. It is not intended for use on manganese steel.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. Weldability is
very good and can be applied in multiple layers with proper preheat
and interpass temperature procedures. Designed for high carbon steel
rails and frogs, not for use on manganese steel
Applications: Carbon Steel Rail Ends, Wheel Burns, Frogs, Crossings
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 6%
(Carbon, Chromium, Manganese,
Molybdenum, Silicon)
Iron Base
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Impact Resistance............................................................. Excellent
Abrasion Resistance........................................................ Moderate
Hardness........................................................................38-40 HRC
Deposit Layers.................................................................... Multiple
Tensile Strength.................................................150 ksi (1035 MPa)
Part Number
11704800
11704700
11504600
11704600
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC+)
100-160
140-240
180-280
200-330
Rail Ends
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Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
Coated Electrodes and Bare Rods
2
Coated Electrodes and Bare Rods
Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
3
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® SELF-HARDENING - COATED
STOODY SELF-HARDENING, is a solid core electrode with an
extruded coating containing the alloying elements. It is magnetic on
carbon or low alloy steels.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DCEP
(reverse polarity). Out of position characteristics are limited. Limit
weave beads to 3/4" or use stringers. Maximum of three layers if a
crack free deposit is desired. Can be applied to carbon, low alloy, and
manganese steel. Can be forged at red heat; not readily machinable.
Applications: Churn Drills, Trailer Hitch, Machine Components,
Bearings, Sliding Metal Parts
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 12%
(Chromium, Manganese, Silicon, Carbon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
All Weld Metal................................................................52-58
2 Layers (weave beads) - Mild Steel..........................52-56
Water-quenched from 1700°F (925°C).......................56-59
Furnace-cooled from 1700°F (925°C)........................19-22
2 Layers (weave beads) - 1045 Steel.........................54-58
Water-quenched from 1700°F (925°C).......................56-60
Furnace-cooled from 1700°F (925°C)........................19-23
Part Number
11172400
11172500
11172600
STOODY® 33 - COATED
STOODY 33 is an all-position tubular electrode recommended where
sound deposits with low coefficient of friction are desired. It bonds
well with carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels, and polishes to
a mirror finish. Multiple layer deposits are sound, and can be heat
treated. Stoody 33 has a versatile balance of abrasion wear resistance
and impact strength.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred). Can be applied in multiple
layers. With proper welding procedures, can be applied crack-free.
The deposit is non-machinable and can be applied to carbon, low
alloy and manganese steels.
Applications: Cement Mill Gudgeons, Pump Shells, Rendering
Screws, Debarking Hammers, Dredge Parts, Friction Type Guides,
Hog Anvils
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
Amperage
(AC, DC+)
110 – 150
150 – 200
175 – 275
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Hardness:
On Carbon Steel.......................................................42-46 HRC
On Manganese Steel................................................37-41 HRC
Magnetic:
On Carbon Steel............................................................. Slightly
On Manganese Steel............................................................. No
Part Number
11305700
11305600
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
120 – 165
160 – 250
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 32% (Chromium, Carbon, Manganese,
Molybdenum, Nickel, Silicon)
Iron Base
STOODY® 19 - COATED
STOODY 19 is a solid core electrode with an extruded coating
containing the alloying elements. This electrode has excellent welder
appeal. It bonds well with carbon or alloy steel including manganese.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Apply in weave beads using
AC or DC, either polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred). Limit to two
layers. A severe water quench should be avoided. Easy slag removal
with excellent out of position characteristics. Deposits are slightly
magnetic on carbon and low alloy steels. Not machinable or forgeable.
Deposits will develop cross checks
Applications: Crusher Rolls, Dredge Pump Shells Impellers, Impact
Breaker Bars Scrapers
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers - Mang. Steel.............................................45-49 HRC
2 Layers - Med. Carbon...........................................51-55 HRC
Part Number
11360000
11356700
11356800
11356900
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
90 – 130
120 – 160
140 – 220
175 – 300
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 26% (Chromium, Carbon, Molybdenum,
Manganese, Silicon)
Iron Base
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GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® 21 - COATED
STOODY 21 is a tubular electrode with a graphitic coating. It bonds
well with cast iron, carbon or low alloy steel. It is slightly magnetic on
carbon and low alloy steels, non-magnetic on manganese. It has good
impact and abrasion characteristics.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Applied DC, either polarity DCEP (reverse preferred). Limit to two layers. A severe water quench
should be avoided. No slag interference. Limited to flat welding only.
Deposits will cross check. Stringer beads recommended. Deposits are
not machinable or forgeable.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers - Mang. Steel.............................................46-50 HRC
2 Layers - Med. Carbon...........................................52-56 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 800°F (425°C).
Part Number
11172700
10205200
Applications: Shells, Compactor, Buckets, Mill Hammers, Bucket
Teeth, Dredge Pump
11172900
10205600
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 23% (Chromium, Carbon, Silicon, Manganese,
Molybdenum)
Iron Base
11173000
10205700
11173100
10205800
STOODY® 31 - COATED
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
50 lb Bulk Pak
(22.7 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
50 lb Bulk Pak
(22.7 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
50 lb Bulk Pak
(22.7 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
50 lb Bulk Pak
(22.7 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC±)
90 – 130
90 – 130
120 – 160
120 – 160
140 – 220
140 – 220
175 – 300
175 – 300
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers - Mang. Steel.............................................47-49 HRC
2 Layers - Carbon Steel...........................................45-48 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 950°F (510°C).
STOODY 31 is a tubular electrode containing the alloying elements
and has an extruded coating. Welding characteristics are excellent.
Deposits have a low coefficient of friction and provide good
resistance to corrosion and heat. Can be applied to carbon, alloy
and manganese steels. It offers an outstanding balance of abrasion
resistance and impact strength.
Part Number
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Applied DC, either polarity DCEP (reverse preferred) using either stringer beads or weave beads.
Weldability is excellent for out of position work with complete slag
coverage that is virtually self-removing. Deposits are not machinable
or forgeable.
10206300
10206400
10206500
Applications: Bucket Arms, Chain Links, Rolling Mill Guides, Pulleys,
Scrapers, Buckets, Blades
10206600
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC±)
100 – 120
120 – 180
170 – 240
250 – 325
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 34% (Chromium, Molybdenum, Carbon,
Silicon, Manganese)
Iron Base
Agricultural Disc Blade
Agricultural Noble-Type Sweep
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Coated Electrodes and Bare Rods
3
Coated Electrodes and Bare Rods
Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
3
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
BTS - BARE
BTS is a bare tubular rod for oxy-fuel applications. Good for metal-tometal wear and earth abrasion. Particularly suited where thin deposits
are required. Deposits exhibit a low coefficient of friction and polishes
to a mirror finish under earth abrasion. Can be applied to carbon, low
alloy and manganese steels.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Use 20 to 40 drill-size tip; use
excess acetylene feather 3x length of inner cone. Clean rust, scale
and dirt from part. Heat part to “sweating” temperature and apply with
minimum dilution. A minimum deposit thickness of 1/16" (1.6 mm) is
recommended. Deposits are not forgeable or machinable; magnetic on
carbon and alloy steels.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
As Deposited............................................................56-60 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 900°F (480°C).
Part
Number
10207800
10207900
10208000
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Carton
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Carton
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Carton
(27.2 kg)
5/32" x 28"
(4.0 mm x 71 cm)
3/16" x 28"
(4.8 mm x 71 cm)
1/4" x 28"
(6.4 mm x 71 cm)
Applications: Cultivator Discs, Bird Machine Screws, Plowshares,
Conveyor/Classifier Flights, Sand Chutes, Subsoiler Blades, Sweeps,
Chisel Points
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 39% (Chromium, Carbon, Nickel, Silicon,
Manganese)
Iron Base
STOODY® 35 - COATED
STOODY 35 is a solid core electrode with a heavy extruded coating
containing the alloy elements. Weldability is excellent. Can be applied
to carbon alloy and manganese steels.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred). Use straight polarity to
increase deposition rate. Can be applied in stringer or weave beads.
A two layer deposit should be made to assure proper chemistry for
best wear results. Deposits are not machinable or forgeable.
Applications: Teeth, Screws, Tile Mixer Paddles, Crushing Equipment
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 38% (Chromium, Carbon, Silicon,
Manganese)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers - 1045 plate as welded..............................53-57 HRC
2 Layers (weave beads) - Mang. Steel.....................50-53 HRC
Deposits may workharden to...................................58-60 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 950°F (510°C).
Part
Number
11322900
11318200
11318300
11318400
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
125 – 175
175 – 250
225 – 300
275 – 350
Shear Blade Housing
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GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
CTS - COATED
CTS is a tubular electrode containing granular alloying elements.
It has a dipped graphitic coating. Because of its high manganese
content, deposits offer good resistance to impact as well as abrasion
resistance. It is an excellent choice for hardfacing on cast iron.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred) using either stringer beads
or weave beads - 1" (2.54 cm) wide beads preferred. Limit deposits
to two layers. Recommended for flat welding only. Can be applied to
carbon, low alloy and austenitic manganese steels. Deposits are not
machinable or forgeable.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers (weave beads) - Med. Carbon...................57-61 HRC
2 Layers (weave beads) - Mang. Steel....................47-51 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 900°F (480°C).
Part
Number
10207000
10207300
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 18"
(6.4 mm x 45.7 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
125 – 175
275 – 350
Applications: Crushing Applications, Pug Mill Paddles, Sintering Mill
Breakers/Bars, Cement Mill Die Rings, Railroad Tie Tamper Tips
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 38% (Chromium, Manganese, Carbon,
Silicon, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
STOODY® 2134 - COATED
STOODY 2134 is a tubular electrode containing granular alloying
elements. The coating is graphitic. It exhibits excellent abrasion
resistance in fine, sandy soils. It is the best choice for high abrasion
accompanied by high impact. It is also a good choice for hardfacing
on cast iron parts.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred). For AC applications
welding machines with minimum of 70 volts OCV recommended.
Limit deposits to two layers. Welds extremely well at low amperages.
Recommended for flat welding only. Weldability is very good when
proper procedures are followed. Easy slag removal. For use on
carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels. Deposits are not machinable
or forgeable.
Applications: Crusher Rolls, Pit Scraper, Mill Hammers, Bucket
Teeth, Impactor Bars (final pass)
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers (weave beads) - 1045 Plate
as welded.............................................................56-60
Line-cooled from 1750°F (954°C)........................48-51
Water-quenched from 1750°F (954°C).................63-65
2 Layers (weave beads) - Mang. Steel....................45-50
Deposits may work harden 5 to 6 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 950°F (510°C).
Part
Number
11919100
11276800
10208300
11276700
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 36% (Chromium, Carbon, Molybdenum,
Manganese, Silicon)
Iron Base
10208400
10208500
Manganese Break Bar Crusher
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
100 – 150
100 – 155
100 – 155
150 – 210
150 – 210
180 – 300
Debarking Hammers
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Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
3
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® XHC - COATED
STOODY XHC is a solid core electrode with an extruded graphitic
coating containing the alloying elements. Deposits are highly resistant
to both sliding and grinding abrasion. A very good choice for
hardfacing on cast iron.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be AC or DC, either
polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred) using either stringer or weave
beads (1" (2.5 cm) wide beads preferred). Limit deposits to two layers.
Considerable cross checking is normal. Bonds well to manganese,
carbon and alloy steels. In addition to its excellent weldability it has a
very high deposition rate. Deposits are not machinable or forgeable
Applications: Grader Blades, Harrow Plows, Slurry Pipe
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 35% (Chromium, Carbon, Manganese,
Silicon, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
SUPER 20 - COATED
SUPER 20 is a solid core electrode with a heavy extruded coating
containing the alloying elements. It’s extremely good wear resistance
is attributed to the addition of molybdenum, tungsten and chromium.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied DCEP
(reverse polarity). Weld with a short arc. Can be applied either as
stringer or weave beads. Limit to one layer. Deposits will exhibit cross
checking patterns normal for high alloys. Deposits are not machinable
or forgeable.
Applications: Crusher Parts, Coke Pusher Shoes, Ash Fan Blade,
Hot Slag Dipper Teeth, Spiral Conveyors, Pug Mill Paddles, Feed Mill
Hammers, Sintering Plant Parts, Anhydrous Ammonia Plows
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
1 Layer (weave beads)
Med. Carbon Steel..............................................60-66 HRC
1 Layers (weave beads) - Mang. Steel.....................50-55 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 1000°F (540°C).
Part Number
11383000
11382700
11382500
11382400
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(AC, DC±)
100 – 150
125 – 250
150 – 300
250 – 375
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
1 Layer - Mang. Steel...............................................58-63 HRC
1 Layer - Carbon Steel.............................................60-65 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 1100°F (593°C).
Part Number
46520810
46521010
46521210
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC+)
70 – 160
130 – 250
200 – 300
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 39% (Chromiun, Molybdenum, Carbon,
Tungsten, Silicon, Manganese)
Iron Base
STOODY® 45 - COATED
STOODY 45 is an alloy coated electrode capable of high abrasion
resistance, high corrosion resistance and high hardness at elevated
temperatures. This electrode contains high niobium and molybdenum,
which contributes to its excellent high temperature abrasion
resistance. Can withstand temperatures up to 1400°F (760°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied in stringer
or weave beads using DCEP (reverse polarity). Limit deposits to two
layers maximum. Bonds well with carbon, low alloy and manganese
steels.
Applications: Iron & Steel Industry: Guides, Sinter Plant Parts, Blast
Furnace Parts, Slag Rakes, Hot Wire Guide, Hot Ash Elbows, Exhaust
Fan Blades, Crushers, Coke Pusher Shoes, Hot Screens.
Cement and Refractory: Cement Screws, Cement Dryers, Hot
Cement Cones, Cement Furnace Parts, Mixer Blades, Presses.
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 48% (Chromiun, Molybdenum, Niobium,
Carbon, Tungsten, Manganese,
Vanadium, Silicon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance..................................................................... Low
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness........................................................................59-61 HRC
Deposit Layers...............................................................................2
For hot wear applications up to 1400°F (760°C).
Part Number
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
Amperage
(DC+)
12014700
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
170 – 220
Mining: Wear Plates, Excavator Bucket Teeth, Conveyor Screws,
Slurry Pipes.
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GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH FOR EXTREME
ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT
AC-DC BOROD® - COATED
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content:
Tungsten Carbide - 60%
Iron Base
AC-DC BOROD is similar to Tube Borium in all respects except
particle mesh size, which is finer (425 microns down) to provide
deposits resembling a fine grit sandpaper. Its deposit is
heterogeneous consisting of tungsten carbide particles suspended
in a tungsten steel matrix. Borod deposits generally provide slightly
increased abrasion protection.
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
Part Number
10234400
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: For AC-DC Borod, use
minimum amperage to minimizer dilution. Use AC or DCEP (reverse
polarity). Avoid multiple layers; use stringer beads. For hot wear
application up to 900°F (482°C).Applications: Log Grapplers, Concrete
Pug Mill Paddles, Ash Plows, Ore Chutes, Sand Slinger Buckets
BARE BOROD® - BARE
BARE BOROD is similar to Tube Borium in all respects except
particle mesh size, which is finer (40 down) to provide deposits
resembling a fine grit sandpaper. Its deposit is heterogeneous
consisting of tungsten carbide particles suspended in a tungsten steel
matrix. Borod deposits generally provide slightly increased abrasion
protection.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: For Bare Borod adjust excess
acetylene flame 3x length of inner cone. Use torch tip size larger than
normally used to weld same diameter mild steel rod. Sweat deposit to
parent metal, applying with minimum dilution. Avoid multiple layers.
For hot wear application up to 900°F (482°C).
10234600
10234800
Amperage
(AC, DC+)
80 – 100
100 – 120
120 – 150
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content:
Tungsten Carbide - 60%
Iron Base
Part Number
10231300
10231700
10234000
10231900
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 28"
(4.0 mm x 71 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
Applications: Irrigation Shovel, Bean Knife, Chisel Tooth, Twisted
Chisel, Auger Bits, Conveyor Fans, Anvil Knives
AC-DC TUBE BORIUM® - COATED
AC-DC TUBE BORIUM is manufactured by metering crushed tungsten
carbide particles of controlled mesh size into steel tubes. The AC-DC
Borium receives a thin graphitic coating. Borium is available in a
variety of particle sizes; fine mesh sizes increase wear resistance,
coarse sizes improve cutting efficiency. BORIUM deposits absorb
more impact than the finer BOROD overlays because more matrix
is exposed.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: For AC-DC Borium, use
minimum amperage to minimize dilution. Can be applied AC or DCEP
(reverse polarity). Apply in flat or inclined position. Use a stringer
bead. Avoid multiple layers. Maximum working temperature 900°F.
ACETYLENE TUBE BORIUM® - BARE
Applications: Furrowing Shovel, Subsoiler Point, Rasp Bars, Tool
Joints, Muller PlowsTypical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content:
Iron Base
Part Number
10229100
10229300
10229500
10229700
Part Number
ACETYLENE TUBE BORIUM is manufactured by metering crushed
tungsten carbide particles of controlled mesh size into steel tubes.
Borium is available in a variety of particle sizes; fine mesh sizes
increase wear resistance, coarse sizes improve cutting efficiency.
Borium deposits absorb more impact than the finer Borod overlays
because more matrix is exposed.
11895000
10227100
10227300
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: For ATB, adjust excess
acetylene flame 3x length of inner core. Use torch tip size larger than
normally used to weld same diameter mild steel rod. Sweat deposits
to parent metal with minimum dilution. Limit to one layer. Maximum
working temperature is 900°F (482°C).
Applications: Plow Shares, Cane Knives, Teeth, Tool Drill Bits
10227500
11429000
10227900
10228100
10228700
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content: Tungsten Carbide - 60%
Iron Base
Tungsten Carbide - 60%
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
Amperage
(AC, DC+)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
30 x 40
(600µ - 425µ)
20 x 30
(850µ – 600µ)
20 x 30
(850µ – 600µ)
10 x 30
(2000µ - 600µ)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
30 x 40
(600µ - 425µ)
30 x 40
(600µ - 425µ)
30 x 40
(600µ x 425µ)
20 x 30
(850µ - 600µ)
30 x 40
(600µ - 425µ)
20 x 30
(850µ – 600µ)
30 x 40
(600µ – 425µ)
30 x 40
(600µ - 425µ)
7/64" x 28"
(2.8 mm x 71 cm)
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/8" x 28"
(3.2 mm x 71 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 28"
(4.0 mm x 71 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
1/4" x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
80 – 100
100 – 120
120 – 150
140 – 165
Products marked by the “ n ” symbol are typically stocked items. All others manufactured upon customer request - may require a minimum
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GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH FOR EXTREME
ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT
STOODY TB-2954 - BARE
Stoody TB-2954 bare oxy-acetylene hardfacing rod is used primarily
for grain mill hammers. It has extreme abrasion resistance and low
impact resistance. It is manufactured by metering crushed tungsten
carbide particles with a mesh size of 100 – 250 into steel tubes.
Applications: Grain Mill Hammers
STOODY TB-20062 - BARE
Stoody TB-20062 is a GTAW rod intended for metal-to-earth
applications involving extreme abrasion and moderate impact. It is
manufactured by metering crushed tungsten carbide particles of
controlled mesh size into steel tubes.
Applications: Wear Plates, Tool Drill Bits
TUBE BORIUM® H - BARE
TUBE BORIUM H was developed for the hardfacing of drill bits for
use in hard rock areas. The percentage of tungsten carbide has
been reduced in these products, making them more impact resistant
allowing the material to be used in multiple layer applications.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Designed for multiple layers.
Adjust excess acetylene flame 3x length of inner cone. Use torch tip
size larger than normally used to weld same diameter mild steel rod.
Sweat deposits to parent metal with minimum dilution. For hot wear
applications up to 900°F (482°C).
HORSESHOE BORIUM® - BARE
HORSESHOE BORIUM weld deposit contains relatively large
undissolved tungsten carbide particles which provides a maximum
non-slipping surface.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Adjust excess acetylene flame
3x length of inner cone. Use torch tip size larger than normally used
to weld same diameter mild steel rod. Sweat deposits to parent metal
with minimum dilution. Limit to one layer.
Typical Chemical Composition
Alloy Content: Tungsten Carbide - 60%
Iron Base
Part Number
11466900
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
100 - 250
(150µ - 60µ)
3/16" (4.8 mm) x 28"
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content: Tungsten Carbide - 60%
Iron Base
Part Number
11706300
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
10 x 20
(2000µ - 850µ)
Diameter x Length
5/16" (8.0 mm) x 28"
Applications: Churn Drills, Cable Tools, Rotary Drill Bits
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content:
Tungsten Carbide - 40%
Iron Base
Part Number
10240000
10240100
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Bulk Pak
(27.2 kg)
40 - Down
(425µ – Down)
40-Down
(425µ – Down)
5/32" x 28"
(4.0 mm x 71 cm)
3/16" x 28"
(4.8 mm x 71 cm)
Applications: Horseshoes
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content:
Tungsten Carbide - 60%
Iron Base
Part Number
10228900
Packaging
Grain Size
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Box
(4.5 kg)
8 x 10
(2360µ – 2000µ)
1/4" (6.4 mm) x 14"
(6.4 mm x 35.6 cm)
Products marked by the “ n ” symbol are typically stocked items. All others manufactured upon customer request - may require a minimum
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GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH FOR EXTREME
ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT
STOODY® 160-E - COATED
STOODY 160-E coated electrode consists of tungsten carbide
particles in a nickel silicon boron matrix. This microstructure
(approximately 55% by weight) gives Stoody 160-E superior
toughness, corrosion and excellent fine particle erosion resistance in
slurry type applications.
Applications: Dredge Rotary Cutter Heads, Pipe Id & Filtering
Screens, Drill Bits & Stabilizers
Typical Chemical Composition:
Tungsten Carbide Particles in a Nickel-Silicon-Boron Matrix
VANCAR® G - BARE FOR OXY-FUEL
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Matrix Hardness Single Layer..................................... HRC 50 - 60
Matrix Hardness Two Layer........................................ HRC 50 - 60
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Surface Cross Check................................ Depends on application
Part Number
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
Amperage
(DC+)
11897400
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
130-155
Applications: Ripper Shanks, Impellers, Stabilizers,
PVC Plastic Mixer Paddles
VANCAR G fabricated rods contain specially formulated vanadium
tungsten carbide particles approximately equal to tungsten carbide
in hardness but only half as heavy. Vancar’s greatest advantage
over tungsten carbide is that it can be applied in multiple layers and
still retain its original hardness due to uniform distribution of the
carbide particles. This provides wear rates that remain very uniform
throughout the life of the deposit.
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content:
41% (Vanadium, Tungsten, Chromium,
Carbon, Silicon, Boron, Molybdenum,
Nickel, Manganese)
Iron Base
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Designed for multiple layers.
Adjust excess acetylene flame 3x the length of the inner cone. Use
torch tip size larger than normally used to weld same diameter mild
steel rod. Sweat deposits to parent metal with minimum dilution.
For hot wear applications up to 900°F (482°C).
VANCAR® E - COATED
VANCAR E deposits contain specially formulated vanadium tungsten
carbide particles approximately equal to tungsten carbide in hardness
but only half as heavy. Vancar’s advantage over tungsten carbide
is that it can be applied in multiple layers and still retain its original
hardness due to uniform distribution of the carbide particles. The alloy
also offers excellent impact resistance. This provides wear rates that
remain very uniform throughout the life of the deposit. Vancar E is a
fabricated electrode with a dipped coating.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: For DCEP (reverse polarity)
application. Use lowest practical amperage that will assure a good
bond to minimize dilution with the base metal. Use mid-range
amperage for best possible coverage and best surface appearance.
Can be applied up to three layers. For hot wear applications up to
900°F (482°C).
Part Number
11334900
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
50 lb Bulk Pak
(22.7 kg)
5/32" x 28"
(4.0 mm x 71 cm)
Applications: Farm Drill Points, Dry Cement Pump Screw, Drill Pipe
Stabilizer Wings, Ammonia Injector Wings, Pug Mill Knives, Chisels
Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content:
37% (Vanadium, Tungsten, Carbon,
Silicon, Molybdenum, Manganese,
Nickel)
Iron Base
Part Number
11327600
11296500
Packaging
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
3/16" x 14"
(4.8 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC+)
80 – 130
130 – 165
Products marked by the “ n ” symbol are typically stocked items. All others manufactured upon customer request - may require a minimum
quantity and/or may be subject to production lead time. Contact customer care or your sales representative with any questions.
U.S. Customer Care: 800-426-1888 • Canada Customer Care: 877-935-3226
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Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
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GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES
STOODITE® 6 - BARE, COATED & MIL BARE
STOODITE 6 is the most generally used cobalt alloy,
having excellent resistance to many forms of mechanical
and chemical degradation over a wide temperature range.
Particular attributes are its outstanding self-mated, antigalling properties, high temperature hardness, and a high
resistance to cavitation erosion, which result in its wide use
as a valve seat material. The alloy is ideally suited to variety
of hardfacing processes. Machinable with carbide tools.
Bonds well with weldable alloy steels, including stainless.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Weld DC reverse
polarity. Use minimum amperage; apply weave bead 3/4" to
11⁄2" (20-38 mm) wide. For check-free deposits, preheat and
slow cool. In applying bare rod, use a larger torch tip than
is generally used for same diameter mild steel. Use excess
acetylene feather 3x length of inner cone. With the gas
tungsten arc process, use 100% Argon. Generally a 2 layer
deposit.
Applications: Sintering Machine Seat, Covers, Flapper
Gates, Valves and Seats, Coke Pusher Shoes, Cooling Bed
Rolls, Hot Trimming Dies, Forging Die Blocks, Chain Saw
Guide Bars, Blow Valves, Pulp Digester, Plastic Extrusion
Screws.
Can be certified to AWS and military specifications.Must be
requested at time of order.
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Hardness........................................................................39-42 HRC
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
n 11361100
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
n 11411800
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
36"
(91.4 cm)
90 – 120
n 11347200
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
n 11259600
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
160 – 180
n 11259300
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
220 – 270
Part Number
STOODITE 6 - BARE
Flame: 3X
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCoCr-A
STOODITE 6 - COATED
n 10242700
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
n 10243100
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
n 10243500
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
160 – 180
Certification to AWS A5.13 ECoCr-A
STOODITE 6 MIL - BARE
11449300
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
11491500
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
36"
(91.4 cm)
90 – 120
11449100
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
11449400
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
220 – 270
Flame: 3X STOODITE® 6H - BARE & MIL BARE
STOODITE 6H, like its base product STOODITE 6,
provides resistance to many forms of chemical and
mechanical degradation over a wide temperature range.
While the chemistry of STOODITE 6H bare rod will fall
within the prescribed chemical analysis for STOODITE 6,
the amounts of several elements in 6H are more closely
controlled within the range to provide better transfer across
an arc, thus yielding a smoother gas tungsten arc deposit.
This premium version of STOODITE 6 has outstanding
consistency, anti-galling properties, high temperature
hardness and high resistance to cavitation erosion. It
bonds well with weldable grade steels, including stainless.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Weld DC reverse
polarity. Use minimum amperage; apply weave bead 3/4" to
11⁄2" (20-38 mm) wide. For crack-free deposits, preheat
and slow cool. In applying bare rod, use a larger torch tip
than is generally used for same diameter mild steel. Use
excess acetylene feather 3x length of inner cone. With the
gas tungsten arc process, use 100% Argon. Generally a 2
layer deposit.
Certification to MIL R-17131C Amd 1, Type MIL-RCoCr-A-1
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Hardness:.......................................................................40-48 HRC
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
11410100
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
11450600
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
36"
(91.4 cm)
90 – 120
11448700
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
11858300
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
160 – 180
812901107125
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
n 11480400
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
36"
(91.4 cm)
90 – 120
n 11481000
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
160 – 180
n 11965600
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
36"
(91.4 cm)
160 – 180
Part Number
STOODITE 6H - BARE
STOODITE 6H MIL - BARE
Flame: 3X Certification to MIL R-17131C Amd 1, Type MIL-RCoCr-A-3
Applications: Valves and Valve Seats, Bearing and
Bushing Areas, Dies.
Can be certified to AWS and military specifications.
Must be requested at time of order.
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GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES
STOODITE® 12 - BARE & COATED
STOODITE 12 is close to Stoodite 6 in composition
with the most significant difference between the alloys being
one of carbide volume, hence high hardness and resistance
to abrasion. Non-magnetic; not forgeable. Machined with
difficulty using carbide tools. Bonds well with weldable alloy
steels, including stainless.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Weld DC reverse
polarity. Use minimum amperage; apply weave bead 3/4"
to 11⁄2" (20-38 mm) wide. For check free deposits, preheat
and slow cool. In applying bare rod, use a larger torch tip
than is generally used for same diameter mild steel. Use
excess acetylene feather 3x length of inner cone. With the
gas tungsten arc process, use 100% Argon. Generally a 2
layer deposit.
Applications: Saw Teeth, Saw Bars, Valve Seat
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Hardness........................................................................40-48 HRC
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
11406700
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
11449500
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
11480100
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
36"
(91.4 cm)
135 – 160
Part Number
STOODITE 12 - BARE
Flame: 3X
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCoCr-B
STOODITE 12 - COATED
811211205125
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
811211205156
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested
at time of order.
Certification to AWS A5.13 ECoCr-B
STOODITE® 1 - BARE & COATED
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Hardness........................................................................50-56 HRC
STOODITE 1 has a relatively high volume of carbides
within its structure because of its carbon content of
2.5 percent. This gives the alloy excellent resistance to
abrasion and solid particle erosion, with some sacrifice in
toughness. Non-magnetic; not forgeable. Machined with
difficulty using carbide tools; grind finish. Bonds well with
weldable alloy steels, including stainless.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Weld DC reverse
polarity. Use minimum amperage; apply weave bead 3/4"
to 11⁄2" (20-38 mm) wide. For check-free deposits, preheat
and slow cool. In applying bare rod, use a larger torch tip
than is generally used for the same diameter mild steel.
Use excess acetylene feather 3x length of inner cone.
With the gas tungsten arc process, use
100% Argon.
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
n 10240500
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
n 11450100
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
Part Number
STOODITE 1 - BARE
Flame: 3X
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCoCr-C
STOODITE 1 - COATED
n 10240700
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
n 10241100
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
Certification to AWS A5.13 ECoCr-C
Applications: Mixer, Seals, Rotors, Hydropulper Disc
Segments, Carbon Scrapers
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested
at time of order.
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Coated Electrodes & Bare Rods
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GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES
STOODITE® 21 - BARE & COATED
STOODITE 21 is a low carbon, molybdenum strengthened
cobalt-chromium alloy. Its excellent high temperature
strength and stability are responsible for its use as a hot
die material, while its inherent resistance to galling (under
self-mated conditions), cavitation erosion, and corrosion
have made it a popular fluid valve seat facing alloy.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Weld DC reverse
polarity. Use minimum amperage; apply weave bead 3/4"
to 11⁄2" (20-38 mm) wide. For check-free deposits, preheat
and slow cool. In applying bare rod, use gas tungsten arc
process with 100% Argon as the shielding gas. Can be
machined. Bonds well with weldable alloy steels,
including stainless.
Applications: Hot Forming Dies, Valves and Seats, Turbine
Runners.
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested
at time of order.
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Tungsten Arc, Two Layer Deposit:...................................... 24 HRC
(Work Hardened 45 HRC)
Shielded Metal Arc, Two Layer Deposit:............................. 26 HRC
(Work Hardened 45 HRC)
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
n 812101105125
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
n 812101105156
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
812101105187
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
160 – 180
812101105250
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
220 – 270
Part Number
STOODITE 21 - BARE
Flame: 3X
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCoCr-E
STOODITE 21 - Coated
n 812101205125
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
90 – 120
n 812101205156
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
n 812101205250
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
220 – 270
Certification to AWS A5.13 ECoCr-E
STOODY® 50 - BARE & COATED
Stoody 50 is a nickel-based cast rod with a low melting
point. It flows easily on to base metals and yields smooth
deposits. It can be formed and wiped to sharp edge.
Deposits maintain a high level of hardness up to 1200°F
(650°C). and resist galling, pitting and corrosion in addition
to abrasion. It can be deposited on low and medium
carbon steels, and cast iron (with flux). Deposits have
exceptional hot hardness properties.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: It was developed
primarily for oxyacetylene applications because it wets
and flows easily in thin deposits or when necessary, can
be stacked. Thoroughly clean work piece prior to welding.
Observe preheat and postheat requirements where
necessary. When deposited use a neutral oxyacetylene
flame. Can also be applied with gas tungsten arc (TIG)
process. Generally limited to 1 or 2 layers. Deposits are
best finished by grinding; machining is not recommended.
This alloy can be hot-formed while in the plastic stage.
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Hardness........................................................................48-51 HRC
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
824107105156
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
824107105187
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
160 – 180
824107105250
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
220 – 270
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
Part Number
STOODY 50 - BARE
Flame: 1X Certification to AWS A5.21 ERNiCr-B
STOODY 50 - COATED
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
11833400
Certification to AWS A5.13 ENiCr-B
Applications: Glass Molds, Centrifuges,
Oil Extraction Screws
Can be certified to AWS and military specifications. Must
be requested at time of order. Certification to MIL-R17131C Amd 1, Type MIL-R-NiCr-B-1 requires business
case justification for special order. No active part numbers.
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GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES
STOODY® 60 - BARE
Stoody 60 has the same basic properties as Stoody 50
but is somewhat harder and more wear resistant.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Weldability is the
same as Stoody 50 but the deposits are much harder and
are therefore much more prone to cracking. Generally
grind finish; not machinable.
Applications: Draw Blocks, Expeller Screws
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be
requested at time or order.
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Hardness........................................................................56-57 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
824007105156
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
135 – 160
11868800
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
36"
(91.4 cm)
135 – 160
824007105187
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
160 – 180
824007105250
5 lb Tube
(2.26 kg)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
220 – 270
Flame: 1 - 1/2X
STOODY® C - COATED
Stoody C coated electrodes are nickel-based electrodes
with an alloy coating for DC reverse electric arc
applications. Resistant to high heat and corrosion
accompanied by abrasion and/or impact. It retains
hardness up to 1200°F (650°C) and has low frictional
properties.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DC reverse
polarity is recommended; AC and DC straight polarity are
not advisable. Use a reasonable low current, consistent
with good weldability, to minimize penetration and
dilution. Hold a very short arc. Two or three-layer deposits
are recommended for maximum effectiveness. Normal
preheating and post heating requirements should be
observed, depending on type of base metal. Slag removal
is easy. Deposits are dense, smooth and resistant to high
temperature deformation and corrosive agents. Although
extremely tough, deposits are readily machinable with
high speed or cemented carbide tools. Not recommended
for joining.
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERNiCr-C
Average Hardness, Rockwell C:
Shielded Metal Arc, Two Layer Deposit.............................. HBN 96
(37 HRC Work Hardened)
Note: Deposit will work and age harden in service to 35-40 HRC with
minimum deformation.
Part Number
Packaging
Dimensions
Length
Amperage
DC+
11848400
5 lb VacPak
(2.26 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
9"
(23 cm)
55 – 100
11412800
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
80 – 120
10245700
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
110 – 150
10245900
10 lb VacPak
(4.5 kg)
3/16"
(4.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
130 – 170
Applications: Tong Bits, Bleeder Valves, Hot Shear
Blades
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Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
A. BUILD-UP OF CARBON STEELS
STOODY® BUILD-UP
STOODY BUILD-UP is a low alloy fabricated wire that has excellent
compressive strength and resistance to plastic deformation. This is
an excellent alloy for use as an underbase for subsequent hardfacing.
Several diameters are available for use both with and without shielding
gases. This material has good machinability in the “as-welded”
condition using carbide tools. It is not recommended for manganese
steel or cast iron and will workharden under impact.
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Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC,
either polarity - DCEP (reverse preferred) in either stringer or weave
beads 1/2" to 3/4" (13 mm - 19 mm) wide. Can be applied out of
position with proper welding techniques. Slag removal is very good.
This wire is not recommended for joining applications. Vertical welding
can be done by welding a horizontal shelve approximately 2" (5 cm)
wide and then going up.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Base Metal
Layers
0.10% C
2
0.40% C
2
0.80% C
2
Part Number
11423900
11423800
11304900
11258300
11183600
11000100
Applications: Hammers, Wheel Burns, Repairing Battered Rail, Steel
Mill Wobblers and Pods, Carbon Steel Shovel Pads, Shafting, Rolls,
Pump Parts
11142800
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 4%
(Manganese, Chromium, Silicon,
Molybdenum, Carbon)
Iron Base
11869900
STOODY® BUILD-UP AP-G
STOODY BUILD-UP AP-G is a shielded, flux cored, all position,
general purpose build up with excellent compressive strength and
resistance to plastic deformation, making it ideal for use as an under
base subsequent hardfacing. This all position martensitic alloy is used
for build up on mild and low alloy steel. It has good machinability in
the as welded condition using carbide tools, and it can be forged
at red heat. Stoody Build Up AP-G operates in smooth semi-spray
transfer which allows high deposition in out-of-position application.
Deposits can be applied crack free in multiple layers.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using 75% Ar / 25% CO2 shielding gas, this wire has
excellent out-of-position characteristics in the vertical, overhead and
horizontal positions. It has a smooth semi-spray transfer and can be
applied to carbon and low alloy steels.
Applications: Mild and low alloy steels, Hammers, Wheel Burns,
Repairing Battered Rail, Steel Mill Wobblers and Pods, Carbon Steel
Shovel Pads, Shafting, Rolls, Pump Parts
11813100
Pkg
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
Wire Dia.
Hardness
24-28 HRC
30-35 HRC
38-42 HRC
Shielding
Gas
.045"
98% Ar/2% O or
1.2 mm
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
.045"
98% Ar/2% O or
1.2 mm 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
1.6 mm
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
1.6 mm
3/32"
Open-arc
2.4 mm
7/64"
Open-arc
2.8 mm
7/64"
Open-arc
2.8 mm
7/64"
Open-arc
2.8 mm
7/64"
Open-arc
2.8 mm
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 4%
Iron Base
Welding Parameters
CTWD
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
Amps
Volts
175-225
18-24
175-225
18-24
250-300
23-26
250-300
23-26
150-500
26-29
150-500
26-29
150-500
26-29
150-500
26-29
150-500
26-29
(Carbon, Manganese, Chromium,
Molybdenum, Silicon)
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance................................................................. Low
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Deposit Layers.................................................................... Multiple
Hardness (2 Layers).......................................................24-27 HRC
Part Number
11845500
12013300
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
.045
(1.2 mm)
1/16
(1.6 mm)
Shielding
Gas
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"
(13 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
140-225
25-26
170-275
21-23
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GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
DYNAMANG®
DYNAMANG is an austenitic manganese material containing
chromium and nickel. It produces a tough, high strength deposit that
workhardens under impact. Primarily used for the build-up, repair and
joining of manganese steel. Deposit thickness is unlimited and can be
flame cut without difficulty.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads 1/2" to 3/4" (13
mm - 19 mm) wide. Wire extension (arc length) is very important. If it
becomes too long, excessive spatter results; if too short, “stubbing”
will occur. The use of CO2 shielding gas reduces the amount of
spatter with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire. Limit interpass
temperature to 500°F (260°C) maximum.
Applications: Crusher Rolls, Jaw Crushers, Hammer Crushers,
Dredge Pump, Cutters, Shovel Pads, Buckets and Teeth, Gyratory
Crusher Mantles
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 20%
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength...................................................120 ksi (825 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................70 ksi (480 MPa)
Elongation in 2 in...................................................................... 42%
Hardness:
All weld metal................................................................ 200 BHN
Work hardens to............................................................ 500 BHN
Part Number
11836400
11446700
11470200
11249900
11250100
11250200
(Manganese, Chromium, Nickel, Carbon)
NICROMANG® PLUS
NICROMANG PLUS is similar to NicroMang except it is formulated to
produce a higher hardness in the “as-welded” condition. This higher
hardness will reduce the amount of initial metal deformation under
heavy loads. NicroMang Plus is not recommended for buildup on
carbon steels.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DC reverse polarity
recommended (electrode positive). Use stringer or weave beads
3/8" - 5/8" (10 mm - 16 mm) wide. Weldability is good in the flat
position. Multiple layers can be applied without difficulty when proper
procedures are followed. Maintain low heat input, do not exceed
500°F (260°C) interpass temperature.
Applications: Manganese Railroad Frogs and Crossings, Manganese
Steel Castings
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 23% (Manganese, Chromium, Carbon,
Molybdenum, Nickel)
Iron Base
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Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
11/2"-2"
(38-51 mm)
11/2"-2"
(38-51 mm)
11/2"-2"
(38-51 mm)
150-180
25-27
200-250
23-27
200-250
23-27
220-350
25-28
220-350
25-28
220-350
25-28
Typical Mechanical Properties:
All weld metal.................................................................... 230 BHN
Workhardened to................................................................. 55 HRC
Part Number
11873100
11950200
11887100
11854200
11851900
Pkg
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
(1.6 mm)
5/64"
Open-arc
(2.0 mm)
3/32"
Open-arc
(2.4 mm)
7/64"
Open-arc
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
Open-arc
(2.8 mm)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
Amps
Volts
200-250
23-27
220-260
27-28
200-300
24-27
275-375
25-28
275-375
25-28
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
B. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF MANGANESE STEEL
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Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
B. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF MANGANESE
STEEL
FOUNDRY CO-MANG®-O
FOUNDRY CO-MANG-O is a manganese steel wire. It is suitable for
multi-layer buildup and has excellent work hardening characteristics.
It is usable for austenitic manganese steel repair, buildup and joining
and provides an excellent color match to the manganese base metal.
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
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Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads 1/2" to 3/4"
(13 mm - 19 mm) wide. Contact tip to work piece distance (arc length)
is very important. If it becomes too long, excessive spatter results; if
too short, “stubbing” will occur. Limit interpass temperature to 500°F
(260°C). maximum.
Applications: Rock Crushing and Mining, Dredge Pump Parts,
Hammer Mill Hammers, Shovel Pads, Crusher Rolls, Jaws, Grizzly
Bars, Screens, Grates, Impactor Bars, Manganese Railroad Frogs,
Latch Pins
TRACKWEAR® (Formerly SA Manganese)
TRACKWEAR is a very high strength austenitic manganese containing
vanadium developed for the build-up of manganese steel castings.
Deposits have a higher initial yield strength than other austenitic
manganese steel wires, work hardens much faster and also develops
minimal flow and rollover in service.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended. This alloy can be deposited in multiple layers although
if build-up of more than a 1/2" (13 mm) is required, NICROMANG would
be preferred. Machinability is very poor and deposits can be flame
cut. Limit interpass temperature to 500°F (260°C) maximum.
Applications: Top Layer on Frog Heel Extension, Manganese Insert,
Top 2 Layers on Build-up of Manganese Steel Frog Point, Crusher
Rolls, Dredge Pump Parts, Dipper Fronts and Teeth, Impact Breaker
Bars, Hammer Mill Hammers, Latch Pins, Roll Wobblers and Spindles,
Shovel Pads, Crusher Jaws, Railroad Frogs and Crossings
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 19%
Iron Base
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 18% (Carbon, Manganese, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength...................................................128 ksi (880 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................71 ksi (490 MPa)
Elongation in 2 in (5 cm).......................................................... 42%
Hardness:
As Deposited..........................................................170-210 BHN
Work hardens to.....................................................350-450 BHN
Part Number
11847800
11863600
11908300
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
200-250
25-27
200-250
25-27
225-275
25-27
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength...................................................128 ksi (880 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................85 ksi (585 MPa)
Elongation in 2 in...................................................................... 42%
Hardness:
All weld metal................................................................ 200 BHN
Workhardened to........................................................... 500 BHN
Part Number
11821000
61800755
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
225-275
23-27
200-450
23-26
(Manganese, Carbon, Vanadium)
Rail Frog (Switch Frog)
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GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
STOODY® 110 or 110MC*
STOODY 110 is a modified high chromium high manganese steel
widely used in the rebuilding of manganese steel parts subject
to severe impact loading. This material offers excellent cavitation
resistance; good toughness and wear resistance; and is sometimes
used as the final hardfacing layer in extreme impact situations.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads 1/2" to 3/4"
(13 mm - 19 mm) wide. Deposits cannot be flame cut, are machinable
with carbide tools, are non-magnetic and are not recommended for
cast iron. The addition of CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16"
(1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces the amount of spatter and improves
the weldability.
Applications: Drive Tumblers, Shovel Pads, Shovel Teeth, Turbine
Cone, Wobbler Feeder, Manganese Frogs, Crusher Rolls
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength...................................................119 ksi (820 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................76 ksi (525 MPa)
Elongation in 2 in...................................................................... 40%
Hardness:
All weld metal.................................................................. 17 HRC
Work hardens to.............................................................. 55 HRC
Pkg
Wire Dia.
11452600
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
1/2"- 3/4"
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (13-19 mm)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
11424400
11345000
11214400
11000300
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 35%(Chromium, Manganese, Nickel, Silicon, Carbon)
Iron Base
11143400
11140900
11836900
*MC = “Metal Cored”
11836800
STOODY® 111-O & STOODY® 111-G
STOODY 111-0 is an open arc wire that produces an austenitic
chromium manganese steel deposit containing titanium alloy carbides.
Stoody 111-0 is used in the rebuilding of manganese steel parts
subject to severe impact loading combined with abrasion.
The abrasion resistance of Stoody 111-0 is five to six times superior
to that of an austenitic manganese deposit as measured in the ASTM
G65 test. This material offers good toughness and wear resistance,
and is sometimes used as the final hardfacing layer in extreme impact
situations. It can be used on carbon and manganese steels.
Applications: Drive Tumblers, Wobbler Feeders, Turbine Cones,
Crusher Rolls, Shovel Pads, Fluid Components
Structure: Austenitic Chromium Manganese Steel with a high volume
of tightly packed titanium alloy carbides.
STOODY® 120
STOODY 120 is a high manganese wire recommended for applications
involving severe wear and impact. Deposits are austenitic whether
applied to manganese steel or carbon steel. This is an excellent alloy
for the rebuilding of crusher rolls, hammers, impactor nuts, cone
crusher nuts and railroad track components.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. Welding can
be done out-of-position with the smaller diameter wires; vertical
up requires a wide weave technique. Deposits are non-magnetic,
machinable with carbide tools and can be flame cut. The addition of
CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces the
amount of spatter and improves the weldability.
Applications: Crusher Hammers Rolls, Impactor Bars and Rotors,
Crusher Cone Nuts and Mantles, Track Components
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 25%
Iron Base
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Open-arc or CO2
Open-arc or CO2
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
135-185
18-24
150-210
22-26
150-210
22-26
175-375
25-28
175-375
25-28
175-375
25-28
175-375
25-28
175-375
25-28
175-375
25-28
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
As Deposited................................................................... 30 HRC
Work Hardened............................................................... 49 HRC
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Toughness...................................................................Good
Cross Checks.............................................................................. No
Machinable.................................................................................. No
Deposit Layers......................................................... Up to 3 Layers
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11981800
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
300-400
26-27
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength...................................................133 ksi (920 MPa)
Yield Strength.....................................................91.5 ksi (630 MPa)
Elongation in 2 in..................................................................... 29 %
Hardness:
All weld metal.................................................................. 18 HRC
Work hardens to.............................................................. 55 HRC
Part Number
11438500
11402500
11420400
(Manganese, Chromium, Carbon, Silicon)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Shielding
Gas
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
33 lb WB
.045"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
33 lb WB
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
50 lb PP
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
(22.7 kg) (1.6 mm)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2" -1"
(13-25 mm)
1/2" -1"
(13-25 mm)
150-200
24-28
150-250
22-26
150-250
22-26
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
C. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF BOTH CARBON
AND MANGANESE STEELS
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Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
C. BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF BOTH CARBON
AND MANGANESE STEELS
VERSALLOY® AP-G
VERSALLOY AP-G is a modified austenitic stainless steel used for
joining, rebuilding and/or as an overlay in dissimilar applications
involving stainless and low alloy steels. It’s an excellent all-purpose
wire used for a wide variety of applications.
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
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Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. The addition of
CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces the
amount of spatter and improves the weldability.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Ultimate Tensile Strength......................................94 ksi (680 MPa)
Elongation in 2 in...................................................................... 35%
Part Number
Pkg
Shielding
Gas
Wire Dia.
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11925200
33 lb WB, LLW .045"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
1/2"- 3/4"
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (13-19 mm)
120-220 18-26
11904500
33 lb WB, LLW 1/16"
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
150-285 23-26
Open-arc or CO2
5/8"-11/4"
(16-32 mm)
Applications: Used for joining stainless steel to other alloys.
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 37% (Chromium, Nickel, Manganese)
Iron Base
STOODY® SOS® 307 MOD.
STOODY SOS 307 MOD. wire offers the productivity and efficiencies
of continuous welding wire and the convenience and low cost of open
arc (gas-less) welding. Welding can be done indoors or outdoors –
even in moderate wind or draft conditions. Weldability is excellent,
producing weld deposits that are sound and clean with flat to
slightly convex bead shape. Stoody SOS wire deposits have a lower
percentage of penetration than GMAW deposits at the same current
levels which means less dilution and distortion. Stoody SOS wire can
be used as a direct replacement for solid stainless wires or electrodes
of the same grade both in fabricating and overlay applications.
Stoody's SOS wire does not require specialized equipment. For best
results, contant voltage, direct current power source is recommended.
Applications: DOWNHAND ONLY – Used to join carbon and low alloy
steels, 14% manganese steels, and armor plate. It can be used as a
buffer layer before hardfacing and applications where work hardening
is required.
D. JOINING AND BUILD-UP OF CAST IRONS
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength.....................................................75 ksi (515 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................46 ksi (315 MPa)
Deposit Characteristics:
Machinability........................................................................ Poor
Number of Deposit Layers............................................Unlimited
CASTWELD Ni 55-O/G
CASTWELD Ni 55-O wire is used on worn cast iron parts requiring
joining or build-up. It has good tolerance for the high phosphorus
often found in cast irons. It works well when welding thick sections,
and is also recommended for joining cast iron to dissimilar metals.
™
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Must be applied using DCEP
(reverse polarity). When welding cast iron always grind clean the part,
preheat and slow cool. Use string bead technique and make short,
convex weld beads. Use of the “skip welding” technique is preferred.
Peen deposits immediately after welding. Remove slag before
re-striking on the previous bead. Addition of CO2 gas will reduce
spatter and improves weldability. Can be applied in multiple layers.
Composition meets AWS A5.15 ENiFeT3-CI.
Applications: Joining, Build-Up and Repair of Cast Iron Parts, Engine
Blocks and Heads, Cast Iron Universal Joints Welding to Steel Drive
Shafts, Pump Housings, Assorted Castings
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 59%
Iron Base
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
12027300
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
1" - 11/4"
(25-32 mm)
Amps
Volts
275-320 28-30
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11895600
33 lb WB, LLW
.045"
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
140-170 23-26
11858700
33 lb WB, LLW
1/16"
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc or
CO2
5/8"- 3/4"
(16-19 mm)
200-250 24-27
Open-arc or
CO2
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
250-350 25-28
Part Number
11863300
Pkg
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Note: When welding cast iron, always preheat and slow cool. Convex stringer beads
desired. Peen after each weld.
*Nickel content percentage can vary slightly.
(Carbon, Manganese, Nickel, Silicon)
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GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
Applications: Joining, Build Up and Repair of Cast Iron Parts, Pump
Housings, Assorted Castings
Nominal Composition: Carbon, Manganese, Nickel, Silicon, Iron
CASTWELD™ Ni 30-G
CASTWELD Ni 30-G is a shielded iron-nickel tubular alloy cored wire
for GMAW of cast iron. The tubular wire provides deposition rates
equal to that of solid wire at lower amperage. The feature reduces
heat input into the work piece.
Castweld Ni-30-G wire is used on worn cast iron parts requiring
joining or build up. It has good tolerance for the high phosphorus
often found in cast irons.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Machinability..............................................................................Fair
Number of Deposit Layers................................................Unlimited
Hardness, 1 Layer on Cast Iron.......................................... 29 HRC
Hardness, All Weld...............................................................330 HB
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11962300
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
250-350
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Machinability..............................................................................Fair
Number of Deposit Layers................................................Unlimited
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11974900
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
330-390
Applications: Joining, Build Up and Repair of Cast Iron Parts, Pump
Housings, Assorted Castings
Typical Composition: Carbon, Manganese, Nickel, Silicon, Iron
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25-28
26-28
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
CASTWELD™ Ni 30-O
CASTWELD Ni 30-O/S open arc wire is used on worn cast iron
parts requiring joining or build up. It has good tolerance for the high
phosphorus often found in cast irons. Castweld Ni 30-O/S can also be
submerged arc welded using a neutral flux.
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Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
STOODY® SUPER BUILD-UP
STOODY SUPER BUILD-UP is used both as a build-up and hardfacing
material because it has good compressive strength, hardness, and
wear resistance. It is not intended to be used as an underbase for
subsequent hardfacing. When a shielding gas is used, machinability is
very good with carbide tools.
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
2
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. Weldability
is very good and can be applied out-of-position. The addition of
CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces
the amount of spatter and improves the weldability. Multiple layers
can be applied without difficulty when proper preheat and interpass
temperatures are maintained.
Applications: Gear Teeth, Sprockets, Steel Shovel Pads, Overlaying
Carbon Steel Shafts
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 5%
(Chromium, Manganese, Molybdenum,
Silicon, Carbon)
Iron Base
STOODY® 105-G & 105-O
STOODY 105-G (GMAW) and 105-0 (Open-arc) are low alloy wires
developed for the rebuilding of carbon and low alloy parts used in
applications involving metal-to-metal wear. Requires carbide tools for
machining. Good for hot wear application up to 600°F (316°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. Weldability
is very good and can be applied out-of-position. The addition of
CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces
the amount of spatter and improves the weldability. Multiple layers
can be applied without difficulty when proper preheat and interpass
temperatures are maintained.
Applications: Tractor Rollers, Undercarriage parts, Shovel Idlers and
Rollers, Shovel House Rolls (Hook Rolls), Top Carrier Rolls, Crane
Wheels, Mine Car Wheels
STOODY® 102-G & 102-O
STOODY 102 has an all weld metal composition and physical
properties that are very similar to those of H-12 tool steel. Good
for hot wear application up to 1000°F (538°C). Has very good
compressive strength and abrasion resistance. Requires carbide tools
for machining.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. Weldability
is very good and can be applied out-of-position. The addition of
CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces
the amount of spatter and improves the weldability. Multiple layers
can be applied without difficulty when proper preheat and interpass
temperatures are maintained.
Applications: Cable Sheaves, Hot and Cold Shear Blades, Forging
Dies, Drillpipe Hardbanding, Crane Wheels, Hot Work Extrusion Rolls
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 14% (Chromium, Manganese, Molybdenum,
Tungsten Carbon, Vanadium)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Base Metals.............................................................. 0.20% C Steel
Layers:............................................................................................2
Hardness........................................................................35-40 HRC
Part Number
11423700
11423600
11946200
11426500
11426400
11837900
11466200
Pkg
Wire Dia.
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Shielding
Gas
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
98% Ar / 2% O2
Open-arc or CO2
Open-arc or CO2
Open-arc
200 lb HP
3/32"
(90.7 kg) (2.4 mm)
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"- 1"
(13-25 mm)
1/2"- 1"
(13-25 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
120-220
18-24
120-220
18-24
180-300
24-28
140-260
23-26
140-260
23-26
200-350
24-28
200-350
24-28
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 7%
(Chromium, Manganese, Silicon,
Molybdenum, Carbon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Base Metals.............................................................. 0.20% C Steel
Layers:............................................................................................2
Hardness........................................................................41-46 HRC
Welding Parameters
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11441100
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
250-300
25-26
11917600
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/2"
(19-38 mm)
200-350
24-28
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Base Metals.............................................................. 0.20% C Steel
Layers:............................................................................................2
Hardness........................................................................48-53 HRC
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody 102-O
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
11426700
(22.7 kg)
Stoody 102-G
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
11422400
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
11422300
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
11426700
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
11426800
Open-arc or CO2
Open-arc or CO2
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
.045"
75-80% Ar,
(1.2 mm)
Bal. CO2
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
(1.6 mm)
3/4"-1⅛"
(19-29 mm)
3/4"-1⅛"
(19-29 mm)
200-250
22-26
200-250
22-26
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
135-185
18-24
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
135-185
18-24
3/4"-1⅛"
(13-29 mm)
200-250
22-26
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GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
STOODY® RAIL END 932-O
STOODY RAIL END 932 semi-automatic open arc wire is designed
specifically for repair of carbon steel railroad track components. It has
excellent tensile strength to maintain the desired rail dimensions. Rail
End 932 is formulated for welding on high carbon steel rails and frogs
and is not intended for use on manganese steel.
Part Number
11802500
11950300
11887000
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
225-280
27-28
250-350
24-26
300-400
26-28
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. Weldability is
very good and can be applied in multiple layers with proper preheat
and interpass temperature procedures. Designed for high carbon steel
rails and frogs, not for use on manganese steel.
Pkg
Applications: Rail Ends, Wheel Burns, Frogs, Crossings
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 5%
(Carbon, Chromium, Manganese,
Molybdenum, Silicon)
Iron Base
Deposit Characteristics:
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Abrasion Resistance................................................................ High
Hardness........................................................................34-38 HRC
Machinability.............................................................................. Yes
Deposit Layers.................................................................... Multiple
Surface Cross Checks................................................................ No
Magnetic..................................................................................... Yes
Rail Ends
STOODY® M7-G
STOODY M7-G is a molybdenum high speed tool steel similar to
AISI M7 grade. It is a martensitic alloy with small sized precipitated
carbides. This material is characterized by a high hardenability (58
to 66 HRC) and excellent wear resistance. Can be used at elevated
temperatures up to 1000°F (538°C), with condition of moderate
thermal shock.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity) using
75 Argon/ 25 CO2 shielding gas. Preheat high speed tool steels from
750°F to 1200°F (399°C to 649°C). On other steels, preheat and post
heat accordingly. Deposits should be limited to 2 or 3 layers.
Applications: Hot and Cold Dies, Blanking Dies, Piercing Dies, Tire
Shredders, Cutting and Shaving Knives, Shear Braces, Cladding High
Wear Areas on Equipment and Building up Composite Dies and Tools.
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 19% (Carbon, Manganese, Silicon,
Chromium, Molybdenum, Tungsten,
Vanadium)
Iron Base
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
 11810800
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"
(13 mm)
125-180
18-20
11849400
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"
(13 mm)
125-180
18-20
11868500
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
220-300
24-28
 11834200
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
220-300
24-28
11917900
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
220-300
24-28
11925500
400 lb NTP
(181.4 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
220-300
24-28
11916500
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
250-350
25-29
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Deposit Layers........................................................................... 2-3
Hardness........................................................................58-66 HRC
Tire Shredder
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Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Part Number
2
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
GROUP 2:
METAL TO METAL WEAR
STOODY® 964 AP-G
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
2
STOODY 964 AP-G is a gas shielded, flux cored, all position, general
purpose, hardfacing wire. The deposit is a specially formulated wear
resistant alloy which produces a uniform distribution of small primary
carbides in a martensitic matrix. The small carbides provide greatly
improved wear resistance over martensitic steel, many tool steels, and
some conventional chromium carbide alloys. 964 AP-G possesses
excellent resistance to impact and plastic deformation. Deposits are
crack free on carbon 300 stainless and manganese steels. Other
base metals should be preheated and post heated appropriately.
The material is characterized by a high hardness and excellent wear
resistance. 964 AP-G is recommended for parts where cross checking
is undesirable. 964 AP-G offers improved weldability over chromium
carbide and many other tool steel welding wires.
Applications: Slitter Blades, Auger Flights, Rendering Screws,
Tamper Tools, Extruder Screws, Tamper Feet, Tillage Tools, Dredge
Parts, Drag Line Bucket Lips
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Hardness........................................................................58-64 HRC
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Deposit Layers.......................................................................2 Max
Surface Cross Checks............................................................ None
Magnetic
on Stainless Steel........................................................... Slightly
on Carbon Steel.................................................................... Yes
on Manganese Steel............................................................. Yes
Part Number
11970600
11983700
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
140-225
25-29
180-250
25-29
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix
STOODY® 964-G
STOODY 964-G deposit is a specially formulated wear resistant alloy
which produces a uniform distribution of small primary carbides in
a martensitic matrix. The small carbides provide greatly improved
wear resistance over martensitic steel, many tool steels, and some
conventional chromium carbide alloys. 964-G possesses excellent
resistance to impact and plastic deformation. Deposits are crack free
on carbon 300 stainless and manganese steels. other base metals
should be preheated and post heated appropriately. The material
is characterized by a high hardness and excellent wear resistance.
964-G is recommended for parts where cross checking is undesirable.
964-G offers improved weldability over chromium carbide and many
other tool steel welding wires.
Applications: Slitter Blades, Auger Flights, Rendering Screws,
Tamper Tools, Extruder Screws, Tamper Feet, Tillage Tools, Dredge
parts, Drag Line Bucket Lips
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Hardness........................................................................60-65 HRC
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Deposit Layers.......................................................................2 Max
Surface Cross Checks............................................................ None
Magnetic
on Stainless Steel........................................................... Slightly
on Carbon Steel.................................................................... Yes
on Manganese Steel............................................................. Yes
Part Number
11965300
11965800
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
125-230
18-22
275-500
18-22
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix
STOODY® 966-G
STOODY 966-G is a molybdenum-tungsten high speed tool steel
with a high concentration of uniformly distributed small primary
carbides. The presence of the small carbides greatly improve the
wear resistance when compared to M-7 tool steel. Stoody 966-G
provides wear resistance greater than or equal to that of conventional
chromium carbides but does not cross check when proper preheat
and welding procedures are used. It is recommended for parts where
cross checking is undesirable. It can be applied crack free without
preheat on carbon, 300 series stainless and manganese steels, when
proper preheat and interpass temperatures are maintained. Post weld
heat treatment may be required for other base metals. The deposit will
crack on cast irons. The material is characterized by a high
hardness (62-67).
Applications: Tillage Tools, Tire Shredders, Hard Banding, Cutting
and Shaving knives, Extruder Screws, Shear Blades, Blanking Dies,
Piercing Dies, Excellent for cladding high wear areas on equipment
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Deposit Layers...............................................................................2
Hardness........................................................................62-67 HRC
Surface Cross Checks............................................................ None
Magnetic
on Stainless Steel....................................................... Slightly
on Carbon Steel................................................................ Yes
on Manganese Steel......................................................... Yes
Part Number
11965900
11981400
11965200
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Shielding
Gas
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
98% Ar / 2% O2
98% Ar / 2% O2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
Amps
Volts
220-250
19-21
250-300
17-24
250-300
17-24
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a high speed tool steel matrix
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IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY 965-G can be categorized as a general purpose hardfacing
alloy that offers a good balance of impact and abrasion resistance.
Analysis and properties are very similar to Stoody Self-Hardening.
Applications would include both metal-to-metal and metal-to-earth.
Deposits are martensitic, forgeable, and are not readily machinable.
Can be applied to carbon, low alloy and manganese steel.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using either stringer or weave beads. Weldability is very
good in flat and horizontal applications. The addition of CO2 shielding
gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces the amount of
spatter and improves the weldability
Applications: Tillage Tools, Drag Line Bucket Lips, Tamper Feet,
Chisel Plows, Dredge Parts, Extruded Screws, Muller Tires
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 10%
(Chromium, Manganese, Silicon, Carbon)
Iron Base
Mechanical Properties Typical Rockwell Hardness:
Base Metal 0.20% C Steel
Layers:2
Hardness
56-60 HRC
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
965-G
11929300
5 lb PS-LLW
.035"
1/2"-5/8"
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
(2.27 kg)
(0.9 mm)
(13-16 mm)
80-130
15-20
15-20
11933300
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
.035"
1/2"-5/8"
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
(0.9 mm)
(13-16 mm)
80-130
11142300
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
.045"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
1/2"-3/4"
(1.2 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (13-19 mm)
150-200 25-29
11423100
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
1/2"-3/4"
(1.2 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (13-19 mm)
150-200 25-29
11875400
300 lb NTP
(136 kg)
.045"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
1/2"-3/4"
(1.2 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (13-19 mm)
150-200 25-29
11501500
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
3/4"-1"
(1.6 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (19-25 mm)
200-250 27-31
11823900
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
3/4"-1"
(1.6 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (19-25 mm)
200-250 27-31
11864500
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
1/16"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
3/4"-1"
(1.6 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (19-25 mm)
200-250 27-31
11933500
200 lb NTP
(90.7 kg)
1/16"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
3/4"-1"
(1.6 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (19-25 mm)
200-250 27-31
11875500
400 lb NTP
(181.4 kg)
1/16"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
3/4"-1"
(1.6 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 (19-25 mm)
200-250 27-31
965-O
STOODY® 965 AP-G
STOODY 965 AP-G is a gas-shielded, flux cored, all position, general
purpose hardfacing alloy which offers a good balance of impact
and abrasion resistance. It can be used in both metal-to-metal and
metal-to-earth applications. Deposits are forgeable but not readily
machinable. Stoody 965 AP-G has a smooth semi-spray transfer
and can be applied to carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels. It
is magnetic on carbon and low alloy steels but not on manganese
steels. Analysis and properties are similar to Stoody Self-Hardening
covered electrode.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using 75 Argon/25 CO2 shielding gas. This wire has
excellent out-of-position characteristics in the vertical, overhead and
horizontal positions. It has a smooth semi-spray transfer and can be
applied to carbon and low alloy steels.
Applications: Tillage Tools, Dredge Parts, Sliding Metal Parts, Tire
Shredder Knives, Drag Line Bucket Lips, Extruder Screws, Tamper
Feet, Churn Drills, Muller Tires
11427100
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-250 27-31
11427000
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-250 27-31
11956000
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-250 27-31
11956100
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-250 27-31
11946100
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
300-350 25-28
11987200
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
425-475 28-30
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 11% (Carbon, Chromium, Manganese,
Molybdenum, Silicon)
Iron Base
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
2 Layer Hardness...........................................................57-62 HRC
Deposit Layers..................................................... 2 Normal, 3 Max.
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
11808600
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
11962400
200 lb HP
1/16"
(90.7 kg) (1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
Part Number
12023500
11807800
140-225
26-29
140-225
26-29
170-275
24-30
170-275
24-30
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GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® 600
STOODY 600 is an open arc wire which produces a titanium carbide
bearing deposit. It has excellent abrasion resistance, yet maintains
toughness for good impact resistance. Stoody 600 exhibits good
operational characteristics and excellent slag removal when compared
to other titanium carbide wires. It is particularly suited to high stress
application such as cement clinker crusher rolls.
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Mechanical Properties Typical Rockwell Hardness:
Hardness:
1 Layer on mild steel..................................................... 59 HRC
2 Layer on mild steel..................................................... 41 HRC
3 Layer on mild steel..................................................... 37 HRC
Part Number
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: An open arc wire designed for
DCEP (reverse polarity). It can be applied in multiple layers to carbon
and low alloy steel as well as manganese.
11930300
Applications: High Pressure Cement Rolls, Bucket Lips, Muller Tires,
Hammer Crushers, Tillage Tools, Chisel Plows, Tamper Feet,
Hard Banding.
11886600
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 19% (Carbon, Manganese, Silicon,
Chromium, Molybdenum, Titanium)
Iron Base
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance.......................................................Very Good
Impact Resistance.................................................................... High
STOODY® 670
STOODY 670 is a gas metal arc wire that produces a niobium carbide
bearing deposit. It has excellent abrasion resistance yet maintains
toughness for good impact resistance. Stoody 670 exhibits good
operational characteristics compared to other niobium or titanium
carbide wires. It is particularly suited to high stress applications such
as cement clinker crusher rolls.
Applications: High Pressure Cement Rolls, Bucket Lips, Muller Tires,
Hammer Crushers, Tillage Tools, Chisel Plows, Tamper Feet.
Structure: Niobium Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix.
STOODY® 117
STOODY 117 gives a semi-austenitic matrix with uniformly dispersed
chromium carbides that provides a deposit with very good impact,
abrasion and anti-galling properties. Frequently used as both a buildup and hardfacing alloy on manganese and low alloy materials.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using stringer beads and fast travel. Light crosschecking pattern develops which allows this material to be applied in
multiple layers without difficulty. Weldability is very good and deposits
are not machinable.
Applications: Crusher Rolls, Hammers, Bell Type Gyratory Cones,
Bucket Lips, Mantles, Dredge pump shells.
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 17% (Chromium, Carbon, Molybdenum,
Manganese, Silicon, Copper)
Iron Base
11934300
11928000
12046500
11846000
11916600
11814400
11929400
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
1" - 11/4"
(25-32 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
150-225
22-26
150-225
22-26
200-300
22-26
200-300
22-26
24-26
250-350
300-400
25-27
300-400
25-27
400-500
26-28
400-500
26-28
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance.......................................................Very Good
Hardness............................................................................. 58 HRC
Impact Resistance.................................................................... High
Deposit Layers.....................................................................Up to 5
Surface Cross Checks............................................................... Yes
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
12044600
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
200-300
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
Nominal Hardness....................................................43-45
3 Layers on mild steel..............................................43-45
2 Layers on Mang. steel...........................................38-40
Work hardens to.......................................................55-60
Part Number
11808400
11835900
11289100
11320600
11289000
11832400
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
26-28
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-32 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
190-230
24-25
275-325
25-28
300-600
31-35
300-600
31-35
300-600
31-35
300-600
31-35
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GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY 133 offers good resistance to corrosion, heat, and galling
and can be applied in multiple layers crack free. Deposits are
machinable with carbide tools and will polish to a mirror finish in
service. Can be applied to manganese, carbon and low alloy steels.
Recommended for parts where low coefficient of friction is desirable
and where cross checking is undesirable.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers on carbon steel.........................................39-42 HRC
2 Layers on Mang. steel..........................................35-39 HRC
Part Number
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using either stringer or weave beads. The addition of
CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces the
amount of spatter and improves the weldability.
11867600
Applications: Hog Hammers, Chipper Knife Components, Debarking
Hammers, Log Anvils, Rendering Flights
11288100
11319000
11288200
Pkg
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 Coil
(27.2 kg)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Shielding
Gas
Wire Dia.
.045"
98% Ar / 2% O2
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
Open-arc or CO2
(1.6 mm)
3/32"
Open-arc
(2.4 mm)
1/2-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
175-225
20-24
175-350
22-26
175-350
22-26
200-350
24-28
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 35% (Chromium, Nickel, Carbon,
Manganese, Silicon, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
STOODY® 121
STOODY 121 gives a semi-austenitic matrix with uniformly dispersed
chromium carbides and is recommended for applications where
abrasion is severe and impact is only moderate. Provides excellent
service on a wide variety of heavy equipment and earth engaging
tools. Typically cross-checks when applied and is not machinable.
Can be applied to carbon, low alloy and manganese steels
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommend using either stringer or weave beads. The addition of
CO2 shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces the
amount of spatter and improves the weldability. Limit deposits to 2
layers maximum in the downhand position only.
Applications: Scraper Sides, Scraper Cutters, Vibrator Ditcher
Shank, Post Hole Augers, Augers, Pug Mill Paddles, Tamper Tools
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 21%
(Chromium, Carbon, Manganese, Silicon
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Base Metal.................................................................... LayersHRC
0.20% C Steel............................................................... 1 40-43
0.20% C Steel............................................................... 2 48-50
Mang. Steel................................................................... 1 40-44
Mang. Steel................................................................... 2 47-51
STOODY® 131
STOODY 131 is recommended for parts where a low coefficient of
friction and minimum cross checking are desirable. Deposits provide
excellent bearing surfaces on friction type guides, cement mill
gudgeons, etc. Can be applied to carbon, low alloy and manganese
steels. Deposits are not machinable or forgeable.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended (downhand only) using either stringer or weave beads. Can be
applied out-of-position. Generally limited to 2 layers although multiple layers
can be applied with proper procedures (fast travel and preheat control).
On carbon steel or low alloy steel: Slightly magnetic
On Mang. steel: Non-magnetic not forgeable or machinable
Welding Parameters
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
CTWD
11423300
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
175-200 22-26
11423200
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
1/2"- 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
175-200 22-26
11408300
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
205-255 24-28
11420600
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc or CO2
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
205-255 24-28
11086600
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-350 24-28
11087700
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-350 24-28
11000500
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-350 24-28
11143700
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-350 24-28
Amps
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Layers on mild steel..............................................40-45 HRC
2 Layers on Mang. steel...........................................37-40 HRC
Part Number
11464900
11000700
Applications: Gyratory Cross Heads, Guides, Dredge Parts, Pumps
11143800
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 21% (Chromium, Molybdenum, Carbon, Silicon, Manganese)
Iron Base
11141400
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
175-225
24-26
250-350
24-28
250-350
24-28
250-350
24-28
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STOODY® 133
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IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® 135
STOODY 135 open arc wire is a high chromium-carbon, iron based
tubular alloy wire recommended for metal-to-earth applications
subject to severe abrasion. It develops a tight cross-checking pattern
of 3/8" to 1/2" (10 mm - 13 mm) and is frequently used in crushing
and construction applications. It can be applied to carbon, low alloy,
or manganese steels and can be used in hot wear applications up to
900°F (482°C). Deposits cannot be machined or forged.
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Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended, using either stringer or weave beads. Can be applied
to carbon, low alloy or manganese steels. Excellent operator appeal in
the downhand welding position.
Applications: Scraper Sides, Cutters and Blades, Shovel Bucket
Tooth Adapters, Tillage Tools, Augers and Auger Flights, Crushing
and Grinding Equipment, Ripper Shanks and Teeth, Bucket Sides and
Lips, Conveyor Screws, Fan Blades
STOODY® 964 AP-G
STOODY 964 AP-G is a gas shielded, flux cored, all position, general
purpose, hardfacing wire. The deposit is a specially formulated wear
resistant alloy which produces a uniform distribution of small primary
carbides in a martensitic matrix. The small carbides provide greatly
improved wear resistance over martensitic steel, many tool steels,
and some conventional chromium carbide allots. 964 AP-G possesses
excellent resistance to impact and plastic deformation. Deposits are
crack free on carbon 300 stainless and manganese steels. Other
base metals should be preheated and post heated appropriately.
The material is characterized by a high hardness and excellent wear
resistance. 964 AP-G is recommended for parts where cross checking
is undesirable. 964 AP-G offers improved weldability over chromium
carbide and many other tool steel welding wires.
Applications: Slitter Blades, Auger Flights, Rendering Screws, Tamper
Tools, Extruder Screws, Tamper Feet, Tillage Tools, Dredge Parts,
Drag Line Bucket Lips
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 35% (Carbon, Chromium, Manganese,
Silicon, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance..................................................................... Low
Hardness 2 Layers 1020
Carbon Steel..................................................................54-62 HRC
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11862600
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1"
(25 mm)
200-220
24-26
11835100
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1"
(25 mm)
200-220
24-26
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Hardness........................................................................58-64 HRC
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Deposit Layers.......................................................................2 Max
Surface Cross Checks............................................................ None
Magnetic
on Stainless Steel............................................................ Slightly
on Carbon Steel..................................................................... Yes
on Manganese Steel.............................................................. Yes
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11970600
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
140-225
25-29
11983700
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
180-250
25-29
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix
STOODY® 134-G & 134-O
STOODY 134 is a high chromium-iron alloy enhanced with
molybdenum recommended for applications subject to severe
abrasion, moderate impact and high compressive loads. Deposits
are generally limited to 2 layers, develop cross checks and are not
machinable or forgeable. Can be used in hot wear applications up to
900°F (482°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using either stringer or weave beads. Can be applied
to low alloy and manganese steels. Recommended for downhand
welding only.
Applications: Shovel Bucket Tooth Adapters, Vertical Screen Deflector
Grates, Grizzly Bars, Gyratory Crusher Liners or Concaves, Hammer
Mill Rotor Discs, Sizing/Scalping Screens, Crushing Equipment (Rolls,
Hammers, Impellers), Bucket Teeth, Lips, Rippers
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 33% (Chromium, Carbon, Molybdenum,
Manganese, Silicon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
1 Pass on mild steel.................................................42-46
2 Passes on mild steel.............................................56-60
1 Pass on Mang. steel..............................................43-47
2 Passes on Mang. steel..........................................45-50
On carbon or low alloy steel: Slightly magnetic
On Mang. steel: Non-magnetic. Not heat treatable.
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
12021800
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Argon – 75%
CO2
1/2"-3/4"
(13 – 19 mm)
225-275
24-26
11836000
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-Arc
11/4” – 11/2”
(32 – 38 mm)
300-350
25-28
11000900
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
300-350
26-28
11143900
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
300-350
26-28
11141500
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
300-350
26-28
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STOODY® 964-G
STOODY 964-G deposit is a specially formulated wear resistant alloy
which produces a uniform distribution of small primary carbides in
a martensitic matrix. The small carbides provide greatly improved
wear resistance over martensitic steel, many tool steels, and some
conventional chromium carbide alloys. 964-G possesses excellent
resistance to impact and plastic deformation. Deposits are crack free
on carbon 300 stainless and manganese steels. Other base metals
should be preheated and post heated appropriately. The material
is characterized by a high hardness and excellent wear resistance.
964-G is recommended for parts where cross checking is undesirable.
964-G offers improved weldability over chromium carbide and many
other tool steel welding wires.
Applications: Slitter Blades, Auger Flights, Rendering Screws, Tamper
Tools, Extruder Screws, Tamper Feet, Tillage Tools, Dredge Parts,
Drag Line Bucket Lips
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Hardness........................................................................60-65 HRC
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Deposit Layers.......................................................................2 Max
Surface Cross Checks............................................................ None
Magnetic
on Stainless Steel............................................................ Slightly
on Carbon Steel..................................................................... Yes
on Manganese Steel.............................................................. Yes
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps Volts
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11965300
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
125-230 18-22
11965800
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
275-500 18-22
Alloy Type: Small Primary Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix
STOODY® 100HC
STOODY 100HC is a high chromium-iron alloy recommended for
applications subject to severe abrasion and moderate impact and
heat. Develops very tight cross checking pattern and is frequently
used in crushing applications. Generally limited to 2 layers although
in the rebuilding of coal pulverizer rolls multiple layers can be applied
using specific welding procedures. Deposits are not machinable or
forgeable and can be used in hot wear applications up to
900°F (482°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using either stringer or weave beads. Increased
deposition can be achieved using straight polarity but weld soundness
will suffer. Can be applied to carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels.
Recommended for downhand welding only. When multiple layers are
to be run, stringer beads must be run and deposit must have a tight
cross checking pattern of 3/8" to 1/2" (10 mm - 13 mm) in order to be
successful.
Applications: Gyratory Mantles, Cage Pins, Scrubbers, Crusher Rolls
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 34% (Chromium, Carbon, Manganese,
Silicon, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11249700
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
11313400
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
12022200
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
11001000
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
11144100
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
11141700
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
11235400
500 lb POP
7/64"
(226.8 kg) (2.8 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
11976900
750 lb POP
7/64"
(340.2 kg) (2.8 mm)
11867100
11807700
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
200-400
26-30
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Open-arc
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
400-550
31-34
500 lb POP
1/8"
(226.8 kg) (3.2 mm)
Open-arc
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
400-550
31-34
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
2 Passes on mild steel.............................................58-62 HRC
2 Passes on Mang. steel..........................................51-55 HRC
On carbon or low alloy steel: Slightly magnetic
On Mang. steel: Non-magnetic
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IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® 101HC-G, -O
STOODY 101HC is a high chromium-iron alloy recommended for
applications subject to severe abrasion and moderate impact and
heat. Develops very tight cross checking pattern and is frequently
used for applications involving severe metal-to-earth abrasion.
Generally limited to 2 layers. Deposits are not machinable or forgeable
and can be used in hot wear applications up to 900°F (482°C).
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Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using either stringer or weave beads. Can be applied
to carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels. The small diameter .045"
(1.2 mm) and 1/16" (1.6 mm) wires can be run out of position using
relatively fast travel speeds and no oscillation. The addition of CO2
shielding gas with the 1/16" (1.6 mm) diameter wire reduces the
amount of spatter and improves its weldability for out of
position work.
Applications: Scraper Sides, Cutters, Blades, Ripper Shanks and
Teeth, Shovel Bucket Tooth Adapters, Clam Shell Bucket, Bucket
Sides and Lips, Tillage Tools, Augers and Auger Flights, Conveyor
Screws
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 26%
Iron Base
(Chromium, Carbon, Manganese, Silicon)
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Base Metal Layers
Hardness
0.20% C Steel
1
55-58 HRC
0.20% C Steel
2
62-64 HRC
Hardness:
1 Pass on mild steel............................................ 55-64 HRC
2 Passes on mild steel........................................ 59-64 HRC
On mild steel: Slightly magnetic
On Mang. steel: Magnetic
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
11929200
5 lb PS-LLW
(2.27 kg)
11933400
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
.035"
(0.9 mm)
11440300
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
11436300
11874600
Shielding
Gas
.035"
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
(0.9 mm) 75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-5/8"
80-185
15-24
98% Ar / 2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
80-185
15-24
.045"
(1.2 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
150-200 22-26
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
150-200 22-26
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
150-200 22-26
98% Ar / 2% O2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
200 lb NTP
12038300
(90.7 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
150-200 22-26
11891500
300 lb NTP
(136 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
150-200 22-26
11421000
10 lb PS
(4.5 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
200-260 24-28
11304700
33 lb WB
(4.5 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
200-260 24-28
11304800
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
200-260 24-28
11948100
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
200-260 24-28
200 lb NTP
12025400
(90.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
200-260 24-28
11898700
400 lb NTP
(181.4 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
200-260 24-28
11956200
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
200-260 24-28
11865500
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
225-375 24-28
11325200
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
225-375 24-28
11849200
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
225-375 24-28
11866900
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
225-375 24-28
500 lb POP
11901700
(226.8 kg)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
Open-arc
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
225-375 24-28
Open-arc
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-450 27-29
Open-arc
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-450 27-29
Open-arc
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-450 27-29
11862500
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
11861300
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
500 lb POP
11873200
(226.8 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
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IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY 101AP open arc wire is a high chromium carbide iron base
tubular wire. The higher chromium content was specially designed
to achieve a minimum of 25% chromium in a two layer weld deposit.
Stoody 101AP was formulated to improve out of position horizontal
welding when compared to other chrome carbide welding wires. The
unique formulation is recommended for applications subject to severe
abrasion. The weld deposit develops a tight cross-checking pattern
3/8" - 1/2" (10 mm - 13 mm). The cracking is sometimes referred to as
relief cracking. It can be applied to carbon, low alloy, or manganese
steels and can be used in hot wear applications up to 900°F (482°C).
Deposits can not be machined or forged.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance..................................................................... Low
Hardness (2 Layers) on 1020 Carbon Steel...................60-64 HRC
Surface Cross Checks............................................................... Yes
Magnetic..................................................................................... Yes
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
 12040800
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"- 1"
(13-25 mm)
225-275
24-28
Applications: Pipe I.D. Cladding, Pipe Flange Faces, Copper Smelter
Ladles Overlay, Sugar Mill Roll Underlay, Scraper Sides, Cutter,
and Blades; Shovel Bucket Tooth Adapters, Crushing and Grinding
Equipment, Ripper Shanks and Teeth, Bucket Sides and Lips,
Conveyors and Screws, Fan Blades.
Structure: Primary Chromium Carbides in an Austenitic Matrix
STOODY® 101HT
STOODY 101HT is a higher carbon and chromium version of the
classic Stoody 100HC alloy. It is recommended for applications
subject to severe abrasion, moderate impact, and higher temperatures.
It develops a tight 3/8" - 1/2" (10 mm - 13 mm) cross checking pattern.
Stoody 101HT is generally limited to two to three layers and can be
applied to carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels. Deposits are
neither machinable nor forgeable. This alloy can be used in hot wear
applications up to 900°F (482°C).
Applications: Gyratory Crusher Chute Liners, Brick Making Hammers,
Iron Ore Sintering Furnace Seals, Direct Reduction Iron Ducts (DRI),
Iron Ore Pellet Belt Conveyor Pulleys, Wear Plates, Rotary Kiln
Discharge Grate Seals.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Deposit Layers........................................................................... 2-3
Hardness on Carbon Steel.............................................60-65 HRC
Surface Cross Checks............................................................... Yes
Machinability............................................................................... No
Part Number
12045500
12027200
Pkg
Wire Dia.
50 lb PP
7/64"
(22.7 kg) (2.8 mm)
500 lb POP
7/64"
(226.8 kg) (2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
200-425
25-31
200-425
25-31
Structure: Primary Chromium Carbides in an Austenitic Matrix.
STOODCOR™ 136
STOODCOR 136 deposit is an erosion and corrosion resistant alloy
deposit. StoodCor 136 is a specially designed complex carbide
alloy suited for hardfacing/cladding applications where erosion and
corrosion are of equal concern. The ability of this alloy to resist high
abrasion in a corrosive environment makes it optimal for hardfacing/
cladding pipe, plate and vessels subjected to erosion and corrosion.
The wire possesses excellent weldability and can be used for cladding
on plate, pipe ID or elbow ID.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance..................................................Low – Moderate
Deposit Layers......................................................................2 Max.
Hardness........................................................................50-58 HRC
Surface Cross Checks............................................................... Yes
Machinability.......................................................No, Grinding Only
Applications: Components subject to a combination of corrosion and
wear such as Slurry Pipe, Plate and Vessels found in Mixing, Mining
and Quarrying Industries.
Part Number
Nominal Composition: StoodCor 136 is a complex carbide deposit
producing chromium and fine primary carbides in an austenitic matrix.
12012800
11992100
12003600
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
33 lb WB
1/16"
98% Ar / 2% O2
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
200 lb HP
7/64"
Open-arc
(90.7 kg) (2.8 mm)
500 lb POP
7/64
Open-arc
(226.8 kg) (2.8 mm)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
225-275
24-27
425-475
27-29
425-475
27-29
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STOODY® 101AP
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IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® 100HD
STOODY 100HD is a high chromium-iron alloy developed for high
deposition rate hardfacing of large surface areas for extreme abrasion
resistance. It develops a very tight cross checking pattern. Stoody
100HD is generally limited to 3 layers. Deposits are not machinable or
forgeable and can be used in hot wear applications up to
900° F (482°C).
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Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using stringer or weave beads. Multiple layers require
stringer bead technique and deposits must show a tight 3/8" - 1/2"
(10 mm - 13 mm) cross check pattern.
Applications: Wear Plate Manufacturing, Crusher Roll Rebuilding,
Large Tillage Tool Repair, Coal Pulverizer Rolls and Grinding Rings.
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 36.5% Chromium, Carbon, Manganese,
Silicon)
Iron Base
STOODY® PC2009
STOODY PC2009 is a chromium carbide wire designed for applying
abrasion resistant deposits inside pipe. Optimized to result in superior
weldability for overlaying pipe ID in the flat position and elbows in the
horizontal position. Deposits can be ground and can be used in hot
wear applications up to 900° F (482°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using stringer or weave beads.
Applications: Pipe ID Cladding
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness................................................................. 55-62 HRC
Part Number
11848200
11501100
11484500
11905600
11859000
11435900
11489700
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
750 lb POP
(340.2 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Part Number
12033000
12033100
11993100
12033500
11993000
STOODY PR2009 is a chromium carbide wire designed for the
repair of worn ID claddings in pipe elbows. Optimized to result in
superior weldability for overlaying pipe ID in the horizontal position.
Special deoxidizers within PR2009 make it possible to achieve
sound ID claddings when repairing worn chromium carbide overlays
hydrocarbon contamination embedded in existing relief cracks.
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
425-650
27-30
425-650
27-30
425-650
27-30
425-650
27-30
450-650
30-34
450-650
30-34
450-650
30-34
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness........................................................................57-60 HRC
11994500
STOODY® PR2009
Pkg
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
600 lb POP
(272.2 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open Arc
Open Arc
Open Arc
Open Arc
Open Arc
Open Arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
200-250
24-28
200-250
24-28
450-500
28-29
450-500
28-29
450-500
28-29
450-500
28-29
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness........................................................................59-62 HRC
Part Number
11983200
11983000
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using stringer or weave beads.
Pkg
Wire Dia.
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
600 POP
(272.2 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open Arc
Open Arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
450-500
28-29
450-500
28-29
Applications: Repair Hardface Pipe and Elbow ID Cladding.
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STOODY® 100XHC
STOODY 100XHC is a high chromium-iron alloy recommended for
applications subject to severe abrasion and moderate impact and
heat. Develops very tight cross checking pattern and is frequently
used in crushing applications. Generally limited to 2 layers. Deposits
are not machinable or forgeable and can be used in hot wear
applications up to 900°F (482°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using either stringer or weave beads. Increased
deposition can be achieved using straight polarity but weld soundness
will suffer. Can be applied to carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels.
Recommended for downhand welding only.
Applications: Backhoe Sidecutters, Clinker Grinding Rolls, Catalyst
Piping, Crushers, Tool Joints.
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 34% (Chromium, Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Molybdenum)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness:
1 Pass on mild steel.................................................55-59
2 Passes on mild steel.............................................60-66
1 Pass on Mang. steel..............................................46-50
2 Passes on Mang. steel..........................................51-55
On carbon or low alloy steel: Slightly magnetic
On Mang. steel: Non-magnetic
Part Number
11370000
11384700
STOODY® 101HD
STOODY 101HD open arc wire is a higher carbon version of our
100HD. This alloy is ideal for hardface plate applications requiring
higher alloy content in 1 or 2 layer deposits. 101HD is normally
deposited on low carbon steel plate and used in severe abrasion
applications. Deposits are not machinable or forgeable and can be
used in hot wear applications up to 900°F (482°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using stringer or weave beads. Limit to 2 layers
maximum. For stringer beads us 25-50% step over, for weave beads
use 25-30% step over.
Applications: Wear Plate Manufacturing.
STOODY® 101HWP
STOODY 101HWP is a chromium carbide alloy designed to generate
primary carbides in the first layer. Exhibits superior wear resistance in
both single and double layer overlays for use in one or two layer wear
plates. Optimized to result in superior weldability for weave and stringer
bead deposits on plate. Deposits are not machinable or forgeable.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using stringer or weave beads.
Pkg
Wire Dia.
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 36.9%
Iron Base
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
HRC
HRC
HRC
HRC
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
225-375
24-28
225-375
24-28
(Chromium, Carbon, Manganese, Silicon)
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness .......................................................................55-62 HRC
Part Number
11943400
11860100
11937000
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-1"
(13-25 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
225-275
24-28
400-600
28-32
450-650
30-34
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness........................................................................58-62 HRC
Part Number
12013700
11993800
Pkg
Wire Dia.
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
400-600
28-32
450-650
29-33
Applications: Wear Plate Manufacturing
STOODY® 966-G
STOODY 966-G is a molybdenum-tungsten high speed tool steel
with a high concentration of uniformly distributed small primary
carbides. The presence of the small carbides greatly improve the
wear resistance when compared to M-7 tool steel. Stoody 966-G
provides wear resistance greater than or equal to that of conventional
chromium carbides but does not cross check when proper preheat
and welding procedures are used. It is recommended for parts where
cross checking is undesirable. It can be applied crack free without
preheat on carbon, 300 series stainless and manganese steels, when
proper preheat and interpass temperatures are maintained. Post weld
heat treatment may be required for other base metals. The deposit will
crack on cast irons. The material is characterized by a high hardness.
Applications: Tillage Tools, Tire Shredders, Hard Banding, Cutting
and Shaving knives, Extruder Screws, Shear Blades, Blanking Dies,
Piercing Dies, Excellent for cladding high wear areas on equipment
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a high speed tool steel matrix
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Deposit Layers...............................................................................2
Hardness........................................................................62-67 HRC
Surface Cross Checks............................................................ None
Magnetic (Stainless Steel).................................................... Slightly
Magnetic (Carbon Steel / Mang Steel)....................................... Yes
Welding Parameters
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11965900
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
220-250
19-21
11981400
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
250-300
17-24
11965200
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16
(1.6 mm)
98% Ar / 2% O2
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
250-300
17-24
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STOODY® 968-O
STOODY 968-O is an open arc, non-chromium bearing hardfacing
welding wire which results in a deposit that has wear resistance
and hardness equal to or greater than conventional chromium carbide
deposits.
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STOODY 968-O was specially formulated to eliminate chromium in
the wire and still provide outstanding wear resistance. As there is no
chromium in the welding wire, the emission of hexavalent chromium
during welding is reduced or completely eliminated (depending on the
chromium content of the base metal or pre-existing weld deposit).
Stoody 968-O provides a wear resistant overlay for applications where
hexavalent chromium in welding fumes cannot be reduced by work
practice controls.
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Hardness....................................................................... 66–69 HRC
Impact Resistance.................................................. Low - Moderate
Deposit Layers.......................................................................2 Max
Surface Cross Checks............................................................ None
Machinability1......................................................No, Grinding Only
Magnetic
on Stainless Steel........................................................... Slightly
on Carbon Steel................................................................... Yes
on Manganese Steel............................................................ Yes
Grind deposit with soft tool steel grinding wheels to prevent burning
and heat checking of the surface.
1
Applications: Agriculture, Quarrying, Mining
Part Number
STOODY 970-G is a non-chromium bearing hardfacing welding wire
which results in a deposit that has wear resistance and hardness
equal to or greater than conventional chromium carbide deposits.
STOODY 970-G was specially formulated to eliminate chromium in
the wire and still provide outstanding wear resistance. As there is no
chromium in the welding wire, the emission of hexavalent chromium
during welding is reduced or completely eliminated (depending on the
chromium content of the base metal or pre-existing weld deposit).
Stoody 970-G provides a wear resistant overlay for applications where
hexavalent chromium in welding fumes cannot be reduced by work
practice controls.
Applications: Agriculture, Quarrying, Mining
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in an Iron Base Matrix
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
12010100
33 lb WB
.045"
None or 98/2 Ar-O2
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm)
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
150-250
19-24
12010000
33 lb WB
1/16"
None or 98/2 Ar-O2
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
5/8" - 1"
(16-25 mm)
225-300
20-26
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in an Iron Base Matrix
STOODY® 970-G
Pkg
Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Hardness....................................................................... 67–71 HRC
Impact Resistance.................................................. Low - Moderate
Deposit Layers.......................................................................2 Max
Surface Cross Checks............................................................... Yes
Machinability1......................................................No, Grinding Only
Magnetic
on Stainless Steel............................................................ Slightly
on Carbon Steel..................................................................... Yes
on Manganese Steel.............................................................. Yes
Grind deposit with soft tool steel grinding wheels to prevent burning
and heat checking of the surface.
1
If welding on heavy forging or casting skins, grind clean prior
to welding.
Part Number
11994800
11996200
11994700
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Shielding
Gas
98/2 Ar-O2
98/2 Ar-O2
98/2 Ar-O2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
150-250
19-22
225-300
19-24
225-300
19-24
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SA/SUPER 20 is a very highly alloyed chromium-tungsten-moly-iron
wire used for service involving very severe abrasive conditions and
hot wear up to 1100°F (593°C). The abrasion resistance of this alloy
approaches that of a tungsten carbide. Deposits are not machinable
or forgeable and develop a tight cross check pattern.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
recommended using either stringer or weave beads. Can be applied to
carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels. Recommended as a single
layer wire and for flat welding only.
Applications: Shredder Wear Parts, Ash Fans, Feed Mill Hammers,
Pulverizers.
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 38% Iron Base
Mechanical Properties Typical Rockwell Hardness:
Hardness:
1 Layer on mild steel................................................60-65 HRC
1 Layer on Mang. steel.............................................58-63 HRC
Part Number
11456000
11896900
64750755
STOODY® CP2000
(Chromium, Molybdenum, Carbon,
Tungsten, Manganese, Silicon)
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
200-250
24-28
200-250
24-28
350-500
26-30
Deposit Characteristic:
Hardness........................................................................58-64 HRC
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Surface Cross Check................................................................. Yes
Machinability............................................................................... No
Magnetic
on Carbon Steel.............................................................. Slightly
on Manganese Steel.............................................................. No
STOODY CP2000 is a specially formulated chromium carbide alloy
designed to produce a high concentration of uniformly distributed
small primary chromium carbides in an austenitic matrix. The
formulation has been optimized to result in superior weldability for
a broad range of single and multiple layer applications. The high
concentration of small primary carbides greatly improves wear
resistance and toughness over conventional chromium carbide
alloys. It can be applied to carbon, low alloy and manganese steels.
In special applications such as coal pulverizer rebuilding, it can be
applied to cast irons. The deposits can not be machined or forged
and can be used in hot wear applications up to 900°F.
Part Number
11907600
Applications: ID Pipe & Elbow Cladding, Hardface Plate Cladding,
Gyratory Mantles, Multiple layer hardface build up application on
Coal & Cement Pulverizer Rolls & Grinding Rings.
11946700
11886500
Structure: Primary Chromium Carbides in an Austenitic Matrix.
11942000
11962500
12025100
11876600
11954900
11942100
12038200
11890000
11870400
11879800
11870500
11947500
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
200 lb NTP
(90.7 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
200 lb NTP
(90.7 kg)
400 lb NTP
(181.4 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
750 lb POP
(340.2 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
175-225
22-26
175-225
22-26
200-250
24-28
200-250
24-28
200-250
24-28
200-250
24-28
250-300
25-28
250-300
25-28
250-300
25-28
300-500
25-28
400-650
28-32
400-650
28-32
400-650
28-32
450-650
29-33
450-650
29-33
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STOODY® 143
STOODY 143 deposit consists of primary chromium carbides and
secondary Niobium carbides in an austenitic matrix. Deposits posses
high abrasion resistance and maintain hardness up to 1100°F (593°C).
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 37% (Carbon, Chromium, Manganese,
Niobium, Silicon)
Iron Base
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity) is
recommended using stringer or weave beads. Can be applied to
carbon, low alloy or manganese steels. Limited to three layers
maximum.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance.......................................................Very Good
Impact Resistance..................................................................... Low
Hardness (3 layers).............................................................. 60 HRC
Applications:
Coal and Steel Industry: Exhaust Fan Blades, Crushers, Coke Pusher
Shoes, Wear Plates, Hoppers, Shoots and Screens
Cement and Refractory: Cement Screws, Cement Dryers, Hot Cement
Cones, Cement Furnace Parts, Mixer Blades, Presses
Non-Ferrous Metals: Copper Ladels, Zinc Pots, Tin Mill Parts, Copper
Bar Guides, Zinc Scrapers
Part Number
11877000
11867800
11857800
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
3/8"-1/2"
(10-13 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
Amps
Volts
170-220
24-26
280-550
28-32
280-550
28-32
Mining: Wear Plates, Excavator Bucket Teeth, Conveyor Screws,
Slurry Pipes
STOODY® CP2001
STOODY CP2001 is a specially formulated chromium carbide alloy
designed to produce a high concentration of uniformly distributed
small primary chromium carbides and secondary niobium and
vanadium carbide in an austenitic matrix. The formulation has been
optimized to result in superior weldability for a broad range of single
and multiple layer applications. The high concentration of small
carbides greatly improves wear resistance and toughness over
conventional chromium carbide alloys. It can be applied to carbon,
low alloy, and manganese steels. In special applications such as tar
sand slurry pipes, coal pulverizer rebuilding, it can be applied to cast
irons. The deposits can not be machined or forged.
Applications: ID pipe & elbow cladding, Hardface plate cladding,
Gyratory mantles, Multiple layer hardface build up application on coal
& cement pulverizer rolls & grinding
Structure: Primary Chromium Carbides and Secondary Niobium and
Vanadium Carbides in an Austenitic Matrix
Deposit Characteristic:
Hardness................................................................................ 63-67 HRC
Impact Resistance.................................................................... Moderate
Surface Cross Check..........................................................................Yes
Machinability.........................................................................................No
Magnetic
on Carbon Steel...................................................................... Slightly
on Manganese Steel.......................................................................No
Part Number
11931000
12024700
11961200
11925000
 11923400
11923300
12026400
Pkg
Wire Dia.
25 lb PS-LLW
(11.3 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
750 lb POP
(340.2 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
Amps
Volts
200-250
24-28
200-250
24-28
400-650
28-32
400-650
28-32
400-650
28-32
450-650
29-33
450-650
29-33
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STOODY 145 is a highly alloyed open arc wire with high abrasion
resistance, high corrosion resistance and high hardness at elevated
temperatures. The Stoody 145 alloyed wire contains columbium
(niobium), which contributes to its excellent high temperature abrasion
resistance up to 1500°F (816°C).
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: DCEP (reverse polarity)
is recommended using stringer or weave beads. Can be applied
to carbon, low alloy or manganese steels. Limited to two layers
maximum.
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 45% (Carbon, Chromium, Molybdenum,
Manganese, Niobium, Tungsten,
Vanadium, Silicon)
Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance..................................................................... Low
Hardness (2 layers).........................................................59-61 HRC
Part Number
Applications:
Iron and Steel Industry: Guides, Sinter Plant Parts, Blast Furnace
Parts, Slag Rakes, Hot Guide, Hot Ash Elbows, Exhaust Fan Blades,
Crushers, Coke Pusher Shows, Hot Screens, Tilt Fingers, Hot Billet
Handlers.
Cement and Refractory: Cement Screws, Cement Dryers, Hot Cement
Cones, Cement Furnace Parts, Mixer Blades, Presses
11944900
11414300
11484700
11440200
11949200
Non-Ferrous Metals: Copper Ladles, Slag Ladels, Zinc Pots, Tin Mill
Parts, Copper Bar Guides, Zinc Scrapers
11871300
Pkg
Wire Dia.
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
3/4"-11/4"
(19-32 mm)
11/2"-13/4"
(32-45 mm)
11/2"-13/4"
(32-45 mm)
250-500
300-550
28-34
300-550
28-34
300-550
28-34
400-600
32-34
400-600
32-34
Mining: Wear Plates, Excavator Bucket Teeth, Conveyor Screws,
Slurry Pipes
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Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
STOODY® 145
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Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH FOR EXTREME
ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT
STOODY® 130
STOODY 130 wire provides the ultimate wear resistance and the
ability to cut earth formations because of the tungsten carbide
particles contained in the wire.
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
4
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: To maximize the benefits of
this open arc wire, the welding current should be kept to an absolute
minimum. DCEP (reverse polarity) is recommended using stringer
beads in a single layer; relief checks. Bonds readily to carbon and low
alloy steels
Applications: Scoop Lips and Teeth, Ripper, Muller Plows Augers,
Pug Mill Knives, Chisel Plow, Ammonia Injectors, Auger Flights,
Cultivator Chisels, Ditcher Teeth, Swing Hammers, Ensilage Knife,
Raymond Mill Plows, Tillage Tools of All Types
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 60% Iron Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness of Borium Particles.......................... 9.9 on Moh’s Scale
On carbon or low alloy steel: magnetic
Not recommended for Mang. steel.
Not forgeable or machinable.
Part Number
11413200
11001100
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"
(13 mm)
1/2"
(13 mm)
90-120
18-24
120-150
18-24
(Tungsten Carbide)
VANCAR®
VANCAR deposits contain vanadium carbides. Vanadium carbide is
close to the wear resistance of tungsten carbide, with superior impact
resistance. A unique feature of this product is that the vanadium
carbides dissolve and reform in the deposit.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: An open arc wire for DCEP
(reverse polarity) welding that can be applied in multiple layers.
Applications: Ripper Shanks and Teeth, Dozer End Bits, Auger Bits,
Tiller Tines, Dry Cement Pump Screw, Ammonia Injector, Pug Mill
Knife, Cultivator Chisel
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content – 29% (Vanadium, Tungsten, Carbon, Silicon,
Manganese, Molybdenum, Nickel)
Iron Base
STOODY® 155FC
STOODY 155FC deposit consists of tungsten carbide particles in a
nickel silicon boron matrix. This microstructure gives Stoody 155FC
significant abrasion resistance as well as superior toughness and
corrosion resistance. Stoody 155FC provides improved weldability
through enhanced wetting, tie-in and arc stability. Stoody 155FC is
well suited for build up and buffer layers when thicker weld deposits
are desired and is the ideal underlay for the higher tungsten carbide
content of Stoody 160FC.
Applications: Process Screw Flight Edges, Drill Bits & Stabilizers
Build Up, Hardbanding (Open-Hole)
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Carbide Hardness................................................ 2400 KHN (100g)
Deposits are magnetic.
Deposits cannot be flame cut
Various Carbides..............................................8.9-9.5 Moh’s Scale
Part Number
11904300
11420200
11420100
11333700
Pkg
Wire Dia.
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc or
CO2
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1/2"-3/4"
(13-19 mm)
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
150-200
22-26
150-200
22-26
150-200
22-26
200-300
25-27
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Matrix Harness Single Layer..........................................35-45 HRC
Matrix Hardness Two Layer...........................................35-45 HRC
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Surface Cross Check.................................................................. No
Machinability............................................................................... No
Grinding............................................................................ Diamond
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
12022600
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Argon 75-80%,
Bal. CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2" - 5/8"
(13-16 mm)
130-225
17-18
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GROUP 4: METAL TO EARTH FOR EXTREME
ABRASION AND LOW IMPACT
STOODY 160FC deposit consists of tungsten carbide particles in a
nickel silicon boron matrix. Due to higher tungsten carbide content,
Stoody 160FC is an ideal hardfacing overlay with a microstructure
that delivers superior toughness and resistance to corrosion and fine
particle erosion in slurry type applications. It also provides improved
weldability through enhanced wetting, tie-in and arc stability.
Applications: Sizing Screens, Stabilizers, Kicker Rings and Bents, Bit
Holders, Centrifugal Screws, Dredge Rotary Cutter Heads, Pipe ID
Cladding, Hardbanding (Open Hole)
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Matrix Hardness Single Layer........................................38-45 HRC
Matrix Hardness Two Layer...........................................40-50 HRC
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Surface Cross Check................................ Depends on application
Machinability............................................................................... No
Part Number
12022500
12031600
12027100
12033700
STOODY® 160FS
STOODY 160FS deposit consists of spherical fused tungsten carbide
particles in a nickel silicon boron matrix. Stoody 160FS is a premium
composite hardfacing overlay with a microstructure that delivers some
toughness, shows fair corrosion resistance, and most of all extreme
abrasion and fine particle erosion resistance. This alloy incorporates
dense spherical fused tungsten carbide grains for superior wear and
friction properties over cast and crushed carbides. The matrix alloy
also provides improved weldability through enhanced wetting, tie in,
and arc stability.
Applications: Dredge Rotary Cutter Heads, Oil Sands Crushers and
Screens, Drill Bits, Stabilizers, & Kick Rings, Hardbanding (Open
Hole), Tunnel Bore Machine Face Cutters, Brick Plant Extruders &
Pug Knives, Anode Paste Mixer Flights & Teeth, Foundry Sand Mixer
Blades, Dewatering Press, Centrifuges, and Pump Screws.
STOODY® 166FS
STOODY 166FS deposit consists of spherical fused tungsten carbide
particles in a C276 nickel superalloy matrix. Stoody 166FS is a
premium composite hardfacing overlay with a microstructure that
delivers some toughness, shows excellent corrosion resistance,
and most of all extreme matrix abrasion and fine particle erosion
resistance. This wire incorporates dense spherical fused tungsten
carbide grains with hardness up to 3400 HV. Stoody 166FS also
provides outstanding overall corrosion properties, especially in
reducing and mildly oxidizing environments as well as under
localized attack.
Applications: Hydrometallurgy Centrifuges and Pump Screws,
Pigment Micronizers and Cyclones, Chemical Service Seal Rings.
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
50 lb WB
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
7/64"
(2.8 mm)
Shielding
Gas
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
5-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
Open-arc
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2" - 5/8"
(13-16 mm)
1/2" - 5/8"
(13-16 mm)
5/8" - 1"
(16-25 mm)
3/4" - 1"
(19-25 mm)
130-200
16-18
130-200
16-18
250-325
18-20
275-355
18-20
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Matrix Hardness.............................................................38-45 HRC
Tungsten Carbide Hardness......................................2700-3400 HV
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Surface Cross Check................................................ Microcracking
Machinability.............................................................. Grinding only
Part Number
12036200
12033900
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
5/8"-1"
(16-25 mm)
130-200
16-18
250-325
18-20
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Matrix Hardness.............................................................47-55 HRC
Tungsten Carbide Hardness......................................2700-3400 HV
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Surface Cross Check................................................ Microcracking
Machinability.............................................................. Grinding only
Welding Parameters
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
CTWD
Amps
Volts
12036100
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar,
Bal. CO2
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
130-200
16-18
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STOODY® 160FC, 160FC-O
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Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
DRILL STRING HARDBANDING
STOODY® HB-56
STOODY HB-56 deposit is a general purpose non-cracking, high
hardness, casing friendly hardbanding alloy that offers a balance of
impact and abrasion resistance. Can be applied to carbon and low
alloy steels with or without tungsten carbide (WC) addition. Deposits
are crack free when applied over new or properly rebuilt tool joints
using appropriate preheats.
Applications: Hardbanding
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
4
STOODY® HB-64
STOODY HB-64 was specifically designed for crack free hardbanding.
This specially formulated wear resistant alloy produces a uniform
distribution of small primary metal carbides in a martensitic
matrix. HB-64 is a very casing friendly hardbanding material due
to the weld deposit's low coefficient of friction as well as having
excellent resistance to impact and plastic deformation. The alloy
is characterized by a high hardness and excellent wear resistance
needed for open hole drilling. Deposits are crack free when applied
over new or properly rebuilt tool joints using appropriate preheats.
HB-64 may not remain crack free if applied over previously cracked,
improperly cleaned, or high boron containing hardbanding. Offers
improved weldability over many other hardbanding welding wires.
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Hardness........................................................................56-60 HRC
Deposit Layers.................................................................. 2 Normal
Part Number
Pkg
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
50 lb PP
12021300
(22.7 kg)
11987800
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
98% Ar/2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
98% Ar/2% O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4" - 1"
(19-25 mm)
3/4" - 1"
(19-25 mm)
200-350
27-31
200-350
27-31
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance.................................................................. Excellent
Impact Resistance...........................................................................Good
Hardness................................................................................ 61-65 HRC
Deposit Layers.......................................................................2 Maximum
Surface Cross Checks.................................................................... None
Machinability..................................................................................... Poor
Magnetic on Carbon Steel..................................................................Yes
Hot Wear Applications.....................................................1000°F (538°C)
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
 12044300
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
98% Ar/2%O2 or
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2" - 5/8"
(13-16 mm)
200-420
27-31
Applications: Hardbanding
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix
STOODY® HB-TI
STOODY HB-Ti deposit has best combination of properties for open
hole as well as cased-hole drilling. Deposit has a fine dispersion of
titanium carbides in a martensitic matrix for the best combination of
erosive and metal-to-metal wear resistance. Designed for open arc
welding requiring no gas shielding and therefore suitable for field
repairs where access to shielding gases may not be possible or
practical.
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance.......................................................Very Good
Impact Resistance.................................................................... High
Hardness........................................................................57-61 HRC
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11987700
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
None
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4" - 1"
(19-25 mm)
200-300
22-25
Applications: Hardbanding (Open Hole & Cased Hole)
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix
STOODY® HB-NOMAG
Stoody HB-NoMag was specifically designed to be a non-magnetic,
crack free hardbanding weld deposit to band non-magnetic down hole
tools and equipment. Produces a uniform distribution of small primary
metal carbides in a fully austenitic chromium manganese matrix.
Deposit useful for rebuilding of manganese, chrome-manganese and
nitronic, non-magnetice stainless steel parts subject to severe impact
loading combined with abrasion. Abrasion resistance three times
superior to that of an austenitic manganese deposit as measured in
the ASTM G65 test. Can be applied in multiple layer without spalling
with proper welding procedures on austenitic manganese base metal.
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance...........................................................Very Good
Hardness (work hardened).............................................50-53 HRC
Deposit Layers..............................................................3 Maximum
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
12013800
33 lb WB
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2" - 3/4"
(13-19 mm)
200-420
22-32
Applications: Hardbanding
Structure: Small Primary Carbides in a Martensitic Matrix
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GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES (cobalt and nickel)
STOODITE 6-M is the most widely used cobalt alloy having excellent
resistance to many forms of mechanical and chemical degradation
over a wide temperature range. Particular attributes are its outstanding
self mated anti-galling properties, high temperature hardness and high
resistance to cavitation erosion.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: A gas metal arc wire (DCEP)
requiring proper preheat, controlled interpass temperatures and
cooling rates. Special power supplies (i.e. pulsed arc, etc.) can be
used to reduce penetration and base metal dilution. Crack free
deposits up to 2 layers.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
1 Layer...........................................................................27-33 HRC
2 Layers..........................................................................36-39 HRC
Welding Parameters
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
 810722182045
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
Argon
1/2"-5/8"
180-200
(13-16 mm)
25-27
 810722182062
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Argon
5/8"-3/4"
280-300
(16-19 mm)
26-28
3/4"-1"
(19-25 mm)
26-28
Part Number
CTWD
Amps
Volts
STOODITE 6-M
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-A
Applications: Flights of Extrusion Screws, Sinker Roll Bushings in
Steel Mill, Soaking Pit Tong Bit, Shafts
STOODITE 6-O
810642184094
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time
of order.
50 lb Coil
(22.6 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open-arc
340-360
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-A
STOODITE® 6-T
STOODITE 6-T is a GTAW and GMAW tubular wire version of a cobalt
alloy that produces a medium hardness cobalt-chromium deposit for
high temperature applications with good abrasion resistance, good
toughness, corrosion resistance, and excellent friction properties. It
is the most versatile and widely used cobalt alloy. The fine chromium
carbides contained in the deposit provide excellent resistance to many
forms of mechanical degradation, including galling and cavitation
erosion. It bonds well with all weldable steels, including stainless
steels.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Hardness (2 Layers)......................................................35-40 HRC
Part Number
12039400
Packaging
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
Wire Dia.
.045"
(1.2 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Argon
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
1/2"-5/8"
200-300
(13-16 mm)
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-A
Applications: Flights of Extrusion Screws, Offshore Riser Connector
Pins, Sour Gas Service, Wellhead Bodies/Plungers, Valve Seats for
Petrochemical Service
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time
of order.
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Volts
10-15
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
STOODITE® 6-M, 6-O
5
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES (COBALT AND NICKEL)
STOODITE® 12-M
STOODITE 12-M is an alloy cored wire for GMAW applications.
The composition differs from the bare rod slightly in the silicon,
manganese and iron levels in that they are higher. It is more wear
resistant than 6 (contains a higher volume of carbides) but with lower
impact strengths.
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
5
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: A gas metal arc wire (DCEP)
requiring strict adherence to correct preheat, interpass temperatures
and controlled cooling rates in mandatory to insure crack free
deposits. It is more crack-sensitive than Stoodite 6.
Applications: Valve Parts, Pump Parts, Tips of Aircraft Turbine Blades,
Chain Saw Bars, Saw teeth, Carpet Knives, Cutter Rolls, Bar Mill
Twist Rolls.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
1 Layer...........................................................................39-41 HRC
2 Layers..........................................................................44-45 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11927400
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
n811222182062
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Argon
1/2" - 5/8"
180-200
(13-16 mm)
25-27
Argon
5/8"-3/4"
280-300
(16-19 mm)
23-27
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-B
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time
of order.
STOODITE® 1-M
STOODITE 1-M wire has the greatest volume of carbides because of
the carbon content producing excellent resistance to abrasion with
some sacrifice in toughness. The manganese, silicon, and iron levels
are somewhat higher than the other wires.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Should be welded with direct
current reverse polarity. Two layer deposits are required to achieve
hardness. Preheat is necessary to control or minimize cracking.
Applications: Screw Components, Pump Sleeves, Cross Heads,
Valves, Pumps, Mixer Rotors, Bodies and Tip Sides, Hydropulper Disc
Segments, Soaking Pit - Tong Bits
Typical Mechanical Properties:
1 Layer...........................................................................41-43 HRC
2 Layers..........................................................................46-48 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11455300
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
n810222182062
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Shielding
Gas
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Argon
1/2"-5/8"
180-200
(13-16 mm)
25-27
Argon
5/8"-3/4"
280-300
(16-19 mm)
26-28
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-C
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time of
order.
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GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES (COBALT AND NICKEL)
STOODITE 21-M is a continuous alloy cored wire for GMAW
applications with excellent high temperature strength making it suitable
for use on hot die parts. The deposits are inherently resistant to galling,
cavitation erosion, and corrosion. Abrasion resistance is lower than the
other wires but its impact strength at high temperatures, anti-galling
properties and corrosion resistance are outstanding.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: A gas metal arc wire (DCEP)
requiring proper preheat, interpass temperatures and controlled
cooling to minimize or produce a crack free deposit.
Applications: Fluid Valve Seats, Tube Mill Piercing Plugs, Hot Shears,
Erosion Shields, Forging Dies
Typical Mechanical Properties:
1 Layer...........................................................................16-19 HRC
2 Layers..........................................................................22-26 HRC
Work Hardened..............................................................40-45 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
n
812122182045
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
n
812122182062
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Welding Parameters
Shielding
Gas
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Argon
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
180-200
25-27
Argon
5/8"-3/4"
(16-19 mm)
280-300
26-28
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-E
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time
of order.
STOODY® 60-M
STOODY 60-M semi-automatic wire is a tubular nickel-based
hardfacing wire with a nominal hardness of HRC 60. It flows easily
onto base metals and yields smooth deposits. Deposits maintain a
high level of hardness up to 1200°F (650°C) and resist galling, pitting,
and corrosion in addition to abrasion. It can be deposited on low and
medium carbon steels, stainless steels, and cast irons.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: A gas shielded tubular wire for
welding with (DCEP). Requires proper preheat, controlled interpass
temperatures and cooling rates to achieve crack free deposits. It can
be deposited in multiple layers on low and medium carbon steels and
cast iron.
Applications: Draw Blocks, Slurry Pipe Elbows, Impeller Screws.
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time of
order.
STOODY® C-M
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Abrasion Resistance ........................................................ Excellent
Impact Resistance......................................................................Fair
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (2 Layers).......................................................55-60 HRC
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
11931700
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
11931700
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
11504500
25 lb WB, LLW
(11.3 kg)
Part Number
Welding Parameters
Amps
Volts
75-80% AR,
Bal. CO2
175-195
21-23
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% AR,
Bal. CO2
160-200
27-29
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Argon
200-240
24-26
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCNiCr-C
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Deposit hardness (2-Layer):
STOODY C-M is a fabricated alloy cored wire for automatic/semiautomatic welding that produces a deposit resistant to high heat
and corrosion accompanied by abrasion and/or impact. It has good
hardness up to 1200°F (650°C). It is machinable but workhardens.
As deposited....................................................................... 95 HRB
Work Hardened................................................................... 35 HRC
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: An automatic/semi-automatic
wire (DCEP) that can be applied in multiple layers.
Applications: Hot Forge Dies, Hot Shear Blades, Forging Hammer
Dies, Mill Guided, Shafts
Part Number
827322282062
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Packaging
Wire Dia.
Shielding
Gas
25 lb PP
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Argon
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
3/4"
(19 mm)
280-310
26-28
Open-Arc and Gas-Shielded Wires
STOODITE® 21-M
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Submerged Arc Wires
STOODY® ALLOYS & FLUXES FOR AUTOMATIC SUBMERGED
ARC APPLICATION
Deposit characteristics of Stoody submerged arc alloys are affected by welding procedure and flux. The data presented here is based on typical
deposits made with recommended procedures and proper preheat, interpass temperature and post weld cooling of the work piece. Stoody
submerged arc wires can be applied with AC or DC welding current. When applied with DC welding current either DCEN or DCEP may be used with
but one exception—DCEP polarity only is recommended for Stoody 103CP. Straight polarity produces faster deposition speed while reverse polarity
offers smoothest surface appearance. Hardnesses obtained with straight polarity will be slightly higher than those obtained with reverse polarity.
STOODY SAW WIRES & TYPE S FLUX AND ROLL RITE FLUX
Type S and Roll Rite Fluxes are manufactured to Stoody specifications and are designed specifically for alloy overlays. Use of Type S Flux and
Roll Rite Flux with Stoody automatic submerged arc wires (not listed in this publication - check with customer care for Stoody branded SAW
alloy products) insures designed deposit chemistry. Slag removed is excellent at elevated temperatures. Type S Flux, PN 11008400, is packed
in 50 lb (22.7 kg) bags and shipped 3,000 lb (1360.8 kg) to a pallet. Roll Rite Flux, PN 11257000, is packed in 55 lb (25 kg) bags and shipped
2,200 lb (998 kg) to a pallet.
Part Number
11008400
11257000
Submerged Arc Wires
1
Pkg
50 lb Bag
(22.7 kg)
55 lb Bag
(25 kg)
Flux Type
Type S Flux
Roll Rite Flux
STOODY THERMACLAD® WIRES & STOODY R-20 FLUX
Stoody ThermaClad wires are designed to run in a neutral flux, Stoody R-20, PN 11810900 in 55 lb (22.7 kg) bag. This wire/flux combination
results in a better control of chemistry as the process is less sensitive to welding parameter variations. ThermaClad wires should, in general,
be run DCEP. They can be run DCEN under controlled conditions.
Part Number
11810900
Pkg
Flux Type
55 lb Bag
(25 kg)
R-20 Flux
Caution: Do not mix wire-flux combinations. i.e. Do not run Stoody wires with
R-20 flux or ThermaClad wires with Stoody S-Flux. Resulting deposits may
crack or will have vastly different properties than those reported in the literature.
POP TURNTABLE
The POP turntable is a device that allows for fixed position wire welding
with a Stoody wire drum, known as a Payoff Pak (POP). The equipment
includes a drum table and separate base units that are connected by a
bearing. As the welding operation takes place, the POP sitting on the
turntable spins allowing the wire to feed without dragging on the inner
core or on the outside of the drum. The POP turntable can reduce tangling
issues and is suitable for use with the 250 lb (113.4 kg), 500 lb (226.8 kg),
and 750 lb (340.2 kg) POP drums.
Part Number
106-04-001
Pkg
Note
Box
Assembly Required
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GROUP 1:
BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
A. BUILD-UP OF CARBON STEELS
Deposit Characteristic:
Tensile Strength...................................................109 ksi (752 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................98 ksi (676 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 23%
Charpy V Notch Impact..............................................45 ft lb (61 J)
Machinability.............................................................................. Yes
Applications: Steel Mill Roll Build-Up prior to hardfacing,
Roll Rebuilding. Build-Up Tractor Rollers, Idlers, Trunnions, and
Cable Drums.
THERMACLAD® ROLL BUILD 3
STOODY® THERMACLAD ROLL BUILD 3 deposit is a low alloy steel
designed for an optimum combination of strength and toughness. The
low carbon content of the deposit lends to good weldability and the
substitutional strengthening lends to excellent mechanical properties
that are insensitive to welding conditions as well as roll service
conditions. The thickness of the deposit is unlimited.
Applications: Steel Mill Roll Build-Up prior to hardfacing,
Roll Rebuilding. Shaft Rebuilding.
THERMACLAD® 8620
THERMACLAD 8620 is a low alloy steel composition build-up that
exhibits an excellent combination of compressive strength and
toughness. Deposits are machinable, crack-free, and can be flame
cut. Maximum deposit thickness is unlimited.
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11826700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11880100
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
12031400
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
200# HP
(91 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
 11857500
500# POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
11828100
500# POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Tensile Strength...................................................110 ksi (758 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................96 ksi (662 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 25%
Charpy V Notch Impact..........................................117 ft lb (159 J)
Hardness (3 Layers)............................................................ 22 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
12004200
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11864000
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
11937700
750# POP
(340 kg)
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Tensile Strength.....................................................99 ksi (683 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................85 ksi (586 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 24%
Charpy V Notch Impact..........................................102 ft lb (138 J)
Machinability.............................................................................. Yes
Applications: Steel Mill Roll Build-Up prior to hardfacing,
Roll Rebuilding. Shaft Rebuilding.
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Flux
Welding Parameters
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Amps
Volts
11814900
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
1"-11⁄4"
Stoody R-20
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
11826900
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
n
11908200
750# POP
(340 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
12018600
750# POP
(340 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
CTWD
Submerged Arc Wires
THERMACLAD® 104
THERMACLAD 104 deposit has excellent resistance to impact and
plastic deformation. Deposits are machinable with high speed tools,
easily machinable with carbide tools, crack-free, and can be flame
cut. ThermaClad 104 is ideal for build-up and for underbase to
support hardfacing. Maximum deposit thickness is unlimited.
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Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 1: BUILD-UP AND JOINING ALLOYS
A. BUILD-UP OF CARBON STEELS
THERMACLAD® MULTIPASS 1
THERMACLAD MULTIPASS 1 is a low alloy steel composition build-up
that exhibits an excellent combination of compressive strength and
toughness. Deposits are machinable, crack-free, and can be flame
cut. Maximum deposit thickness is unlimited.
Applications: Steel Mill Roll Build-Up prior to hardfacing,
Roll Rebuilding. Shaft Rebuilding.
THERMACLAD® MULTIPASS 2
THERMACLAD MULTIPASS 2 is a low alloy steel composition build-up
that exhibits an excellent combination of compressive strength and
toughness. Deposits are machinable, crack-free, and can be flame
cut. Maximum deposit thickness is unlimited.
Submerged Arc Wires
1
Applications: Steel Mill Roll Build-Up prior to hardfacing,
Roll Rebuilding. Shaft Rebuilding.
THERMACLAD 446
THERMACLAD 446 is a submerged arc deposit that dilutes carbon
from high carbon base metals to avoid retained austenite.
Deposit Characteristic:
Tensile Strength...................................................125 ksi (862 MPa)
Yield Strength......................................................112 ksi (772 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 19%
Charpy V Notch Impact............................................75 ft lb (102 J)
Machinability.............................................................................. Yes
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11815200
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11849300
200 lb HP
(91 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11815400
500# POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11815300
500# POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm )
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Tensile Strength...................................................114 ksi (786 MPa)
Yield Strength...................................................... 104 ksi (717 Mpa)
Elongation................................................................................ 23%
Charpy V Notch Impact..............................................60 ft lb (81 J)
Machinability.............................................................................. Yes
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11830300
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11830500
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
11977200
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
11830400
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Flux
12046000
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
Applications: Work Rolls, Leveler Rolls, Hot Work Extrusion Rolls, Tool
Steel Crane Wheels
1
1
1
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
30-32
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DYNAMANG®-S
DYNAMANG deposit is an austenitic manganese steel containing
chromium and some nickel. It produces a tough, high strength deposit
that work hardens under impact. It is primarily used for the build
up, repair, and joining of manganese steel components in the rock
crushing and mining industries. Deposit thickness is unlimited and can
be flame cut without difficulty.
Applications: Crusher Rolls, Jaw and Hammer Crushers, Manganese
Buckets and Teeth, Dredge Pump Cutters, Shovel Pads, Gyratory
Crusher Mantles
D. JOINING AND BUILD-UP OF CAST IRONS
CASTWELD™ Ni55-O/S
CASTWELD Ni 55-O/S open arc wire is used on worn cast iron
parts requiring joining or build up. It has good tolerance for the high
phosphorus often found in cast irons. It works well when welding thick
sections, and is also recommended for joining cast iron to dissimilar
metals. Castweld Ni 55-O/S can also be submerged arc welded using
a neutral flux.
Applications: Joining, Build Up & Repair of Cast Iron Parts, Engine
Blocks & Heads, Cast Iron Universal Joints Welding to Steel Drive
Shafts, Pump Housings, Assorted Castings
Deposit Characteristic:
Hardness, as Deposited.................................................... 231 BHN
Hardness, Work Hardened.................................................. 42 HRC
Deposit Layers.................................................................... Multiple
Surface Cross Checks................................................................ No
Machinability............................................................................... No
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
12041800
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
Applications: Joining or Build Up on Cast Iron Parts, i.e. Pump
Housings, Engine Blocks. Also for Joining Cast Iron to Steel.
CASTWELD™ Ni30-O/S
CASTWELD Ni 30-O/S open arc wire is used on worn cast iron
parts requiring joining or build up. It has good tolerance for the high
phosphorus often found in cast irons. Castweld Ni 30-O/S can also be
submerged arc welded using a neutral flux.
Applications: Joining, Build Up and Repair of Cast Iron Parts, Pump
Housings, Assorted Castings
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-400
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
33 lb WB, LLW
.045"
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm)
None
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"-5/8"
(13-16 mm)
140-170
61
23-26
Nominal Composition:
Nickel
Iron Base
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
11902500
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1" -11/2"
(25-38 mm)
325-400
31-33
Deposit Characteristic:
Machinability..............................................................................Fair
Number of Deposit Layers................................................Unlimited
Hardness, 1 Layer on Cast Iron.......................................... 29 HRC
Hardness, All Weld...............................................................330 HB
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
11962300
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
325-400
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Deposit Characteristic:
Machinability............................................................................ Poor
Number of Deposit Layers................................................Unlimited
Tensile Strength.....................................................75 ksi (515 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................46 ksi (315 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 18%
11895600
CASTWELD™ Ni55-S (55% Nickel Type)
CASTWELD Ni55-S is used on worn cast iron parts requiring joining
or build up. It has good tolerance for the high phosphorus often found
in cast irons. It works well when welding thick sections, and is also
recommended for joining cast iron to dissimilar metals. When welding
cast iron always preheat and slow cool. Convex beads preferred.
Peen when possible to relieve stresses.
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Part Number
31-33
Submerged Arc Wires
B BUILD-UP AND JOINING OF MANGANESE
STEELS
1
Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
STOODY® THERMACLAD 104TJ
STOODY THERMACLAD 104TJ is a submerged arc wire intended for
use on oil drilling tool joints. It has excellent resistance to impact and
plastic deformation. Deposits are crack-free, can be machined with
high speed tools, are readily machinable with carbide tools, and can
be flame cut. It can be applied in multiple layers.
Applications: Tool Joints.
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Deposit Characteristic:
Impact Resistance............................................................. Excellent
Compressive Strength....................................................... Excellent
Hardness, As-Welded
- 2 Layers on 4140.................................................. 410 BHN
- 6 Layers on 4140.................................................. 312 BHN
Hardness, Heat Treated
- 2 Layers After 4 Hours at 1050°F (566°C)............ 310 BHN
- 6 Layers After 4 Hours at 900°F (482°C).............. 305 BHN
Surface Cross Checks................................................................ No
Magnetic..................................................................................... Yes
Part Number
11901100
11897800
THERMACLAD® 107
THERMACLAD 107 has good compressive strength and resistance
to plastic deformation. Excellent impact resistance. Good abrasion
resistance in metal to metal wear. Multiple layer, check-free deposits
up to 3/4" (19 mm) thick can be obtained with proper procedures.
Readily machinable with carbide tools. Can be flame cut. Can be used
for both build-up and hard-facing on rollers and idlers.
Submerged Arc Wires
2
Applications: Rollers, Idlers, Mine Car Wheels, Charging Car Wheels,
and Similar Equipment Involving Severe Abrasion in Metal to Metal
Wear. Also recommended for tractor rails when used with premium rail
rebuilding procedure.
THERMACLAD® 105B
THERMACLAD 105B has excellent resistance to cold deformation.
Good compressive strength and impact resistance. Very good
abrasion resistance in metal to metal wear. Multiple layer, check-free
deposits obtained with proper procedures. When more than four
layers are required, an under base of 104 is recommended. Readily
machinable with carbide tools. Difficult to flame cut. Very consistent in
mechanical properties—reasonable changes in cooling rate have little
effect on as-deposited hardness.
THERMACLAD 105 has very good resistance to abrasion in metal
to metal wear. Resists cold deformation. Multiple layer, check-free
deposits are obtained with proper procedures. When more than three
layers are required, an under base of 104 is recommended. Tungsten
carbide tools and rigid, well powered equipment are required for
machining. Difficult to flame cut. Reasonable changes in post weld
cooling rate have little effect on mechanical properties.
Wire Dia.
Flux
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
750 lb POP
(340.2 kg)
1.8"
(3.2 mm)
1.8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
350-400
28-30
350-400
28-30
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content 6%
(Chromium, Manganese, Silicon,
Molybdenum, Carbon)
Iron Base
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
11849800
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11867000
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
11868100
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
29-32
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
29-32
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content 6%
(Chromium, Manganese, Silicon,
Molybdenum, Vanadium, Carbon)
Iron Base
Part Number
11868000
11967800
Applications: Rollers, Idlers, Mine Car Wheels, Charging Car Wheels,
and Similar Equipment Involving Severe Abrasion in Metal to Metal
Wear. Also recommended for tractor rails when used with premium rail
rebuilding procedure.
THERMACLAD® 105
Pkg
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
350-400
28-30
425-475
28-30
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content 7%
(Chromium, Manganese, Silicon,
Molybdenum, Vanadium, Carbon)
Iron Base
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
11967900
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
425-475
29-31
Applications: Rollers, Idlers, Mine Car Wheels, Charging Car Wheels,
and Similar Equipment Involving Severe Abrasion in Metal to Metal Wear.
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STOODY® THERMACLAD 42
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Nominal Composition:
Low Alloy Steel
STOODY THERMACLAD 42 is a new improved alloy designed
for build up and overlay of undercarriage components. The alloy
composition gives an optimum combination of strength, toughness,
temper resistance and insensitivity to cooling rate. It also resists
metal-to-metal frictional wear. Deposit hardness is approximately
40-42 HRC in two layers.
Part Number
11920000
11888200
Deposit Characteristics: The deposits posses excellent resistance to
cold deformation, good compressive strength and impact resistance.
The deposits are ideally suited for metal-to-metal wear. Multiple layer,
check-free deposits up to 1" (25mm) thick can be obtained with proper
procedures. The deposits are readily machinable with carbide tools. It
can be used for both build-up and hardfacing on rollers and idlers.
11948500
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
250 lb HP
(113.4 kg)
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
750 lb POP
(340.2 kg)
1.8"
(3.2 mm)
1.8"
(3.2 mm)
1.8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Stoody
R-20
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
400-500
27-30
400-500
27-30
Applications: Idlers, Rollers, Crane Wheels, Mine Car Wheels
The THERMACLAD 102 deposit is of modified H-12 tool steel
composition. The high hardness level provides excellent abrasion
resistance and will withstand high compressive loading and softening
at elevated temperatures. The deposit can be applied crack free when
proper welding procedures are followed. The deposit is difficult to
flame cut and can be machined using carbide tools. This alloy is not
recommended where resistance to fire-cracking is required. When
crack-free deposits with high hardness at elevated temperatures are
required ThermaClad 102 is the recommended overlay material. It
exhibits good metal-to-metal and abrasion resistance.
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Thermal Fatigue Resistance..................................................... Poor
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................. High
Hardness............................................................................. 51 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)..........................................Difficult
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11975700
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11871600
100 lb POP
(45 kg)
11905700
THERMACLAD® 4552
THERMACLAD 4552 is a submerged arc wire with a modified high
carbon 420 stainless steel composition. The higher deposit results in
enhanced roll life where wear is the primary consideration.
Applications: Leveler Rolls. Scale Breaker Rolls, Wrapper Rolls.
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄2"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26 -28
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄2"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26 -28
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
300-400
26 -28
11879900
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27 -30
11820400
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27 -30
11812100
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
29 -32
Applications: Leveler Rolls, Hot Work Rolls.
Bell Seats, Dredge Ladder Rolls, Tool Steel Crane Wheels.
Flux
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Thermal Fatigue Resistance.......................................................Fair
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................Good
Hardness (As Welded)....................................................50-55 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)..........................................Difficult
Flux
Welding Parameters
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Amps
Volts
11824700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
1"-11⁄4"
Stoody R-20
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26-28
12031300
200 lb HP
(91 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
11825100
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
11994600
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
11825000
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
29-32
CTWD
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2
Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
THERMACLAD® 420
THERMACLAD 420 deposit is a martensitic stainless steel. The
deposit has good wear resistance and also provides good resistance
to fire cracking.
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls.
THERMACLAD® 412
Submerged Arc Wires
2
THERMACLAD 412 is a submerged arc stainless wire designed
specifically for the steel industry as a weld overlay for continuous
caster rolls. The alloy resists the formation of thermal fatigue cracks
(fire cracking) during operation. The alloy has good corrosion
resistance combined with excellent wear properties, improved hot
hardness, and uniform tempering response.
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls
THERMACLAD® 417
THERMACLAD 417 is a submerged arc stainless wire designed
specifically for the steel industry as a weld overlay for hot strip
rolls, pinch rolls, and hot work extrusion rolls. ThermaClad 417 has
good oxidation and temper resistance. The alloy has excellent wear
properties, improved hot hardness and uniform tempering response.
The deposit provides good abrasion resistance and can be applied
crack free.
Applications: Pinch Rolls, Hot Work Extrusion Rolls, Hot Strip Rolls.
Tool Steel Crane Wheels.
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance....................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................Good
Hardness (3 Layers on 1020 Steel)................................43-48 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11810400
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11947400
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11832200
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
11873300
11832300
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26-28
Stoody R-20
1"-11⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26-28
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
29-32
1
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance....................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (As Welded)....................................................35-41 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11830700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11830600
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11832100
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
1
1
1
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance....................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance.................................................................Fair
Hardness (As Welded)....................................................45-53 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)..........................................Difficult
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia..
11959900
500 lb Coil
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Flux
Stoody R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
1
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The THERMACLAD 423 deposit is a modified martensitic stainless
steel. It is specifically designed for weld overlay on continuous
caster rolls and provides the greatest resistance to thermal fatigue
cracking and corrosion. Overlays exhibit excellent wear properties, hot
hardness, and uniform tempering response.
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance.......................................................Very Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance.............................................. Excellent
Compressive Strength.............................................................Good
Hardness............................................................................. 47 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)................................................Fair
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls, Table Rolls.
Part Number
THERMACLAD® 423Co
THERMACLAD 423Co is a submerged arc stainless wire designed
specifically for the steel industry as a weld overlay for continuous
caster rolls. Cobalt has been added to the alloy the further resist the
formation of thermal fatigue cracks (fire cracking) during operation.
The alloy has good corrosion resistance combined with excellent wear
properties, improved hot hardness, and uniform tempering response.
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls.
Flux
Welding Parameters
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Amps
Volts
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
1"-11⁄4"
Stoody R-20
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-28
CTWD
11949400
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
11814500
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody R-20
1"-11⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-28
11937900
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody R-20
1"-11⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-28
11995200
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
11808800
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
11909000
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
11831700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
29-32
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance.......................................................Very Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance.............................................. Excellent
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (3 Layer on 1020 Steel)..................................43-50 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11831400
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11831500
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
11831200
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
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THERMACLAD® 423
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
2
Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
THERMACLAD® 423H
THERMACLAD 423H is a submerged arc stainless wire designed
specifically for the steel industry as a weld overlay for continuous
caster rolls. The increased carbon content provides for a higher initial
hardness when compared to ThermaClad 423. The alloy resists the
formation of thermal fatigue cracks (fire cracking) during operation.
The alloy has good corrosion resistance combined with excellent wear
properties, improved hot hardness, and uniform tempering response.
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Thermal Fatigue Resistance....................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (3 Layer on 1020 Steel)..................................48-53 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11831000
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11831100
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
11830900
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls, Table Rolls.
THERMACLAD® 423L
THERMACLAD 423L is a submerged arc stainless wire designed
specifically for the steel industry as a weld overlay for continuous
caster rolls. The alloy has good corrosion resistance combined with
good wear properties and uniform tempering response.
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls.
Submerged Arc Wires
2
THERMACLAD® 423N
THERMACLAD 423N deposit is a modified martensitic stainless steel.
The wire is specially formulated to introduce nitrogen into a SAW
deposit and yet make a sound porosity free weld. It is specifically
designed for weld overlay on high wear continuous caster rolls
and provides the best resistance to thermal fatigue cracking and
corrosion. Overlays exhibit excellent wear properties, hot hardness,
and uniform
tempering response.
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance.............................................. Excellent
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (3 Layer on 1020 Steel)..................................42-46 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)................................................Fair
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11897900
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11868900
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11852700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11873400
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26-28
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26-28
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
27-30
1
1
1
1
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance.......................................................Very Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance.............................................. Excellent
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................Good
Hardness (As Welded)......................................................... 40 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)................................................Fair
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls, Table Rolls.
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Flux
11908700
500 lb POP
227 kg
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11938000
750 lb POP
340 kg
12000500
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-11⁄4"
25-32 mm
300-400
25-29
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody R-20
1"-11⁄4"
25-32 mm
300-400
25-29
60 lb Coil
27 kg
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11/4"-11/2"
32-38 mm
400-500
26-30
11899100
500 lb POP
227 kg
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11/4"-11/2"
32-38 mm
400-500
26-30
11899200
750 lb POP
340 kg
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11/4"-11/2"
32-38 mm
400-500
26-30
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THERMACLAD® 440
THERMACLAD 440 is a submerged arc stainless steel wire designed
specifically for the steel industry as a weld overlay for continuous
caster rolls. The deposit is a modified 410NiMo stainless steel. The
alloy resists the formation of thermal fatigue cracks (fire cracking)
during service. The alloy has good corrosion resistance combined
with excellent wear properties, improved hot hardness, and uniform
tempering response.
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Thermal Fatigue Resistance....................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (As Welded)....................................................37-43 HRC
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Amps
Volts
11985700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
1"-11⁄4"
Stoody R-20
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
11828700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
11828600
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
28-32
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls.
THERMACLAD® 443
Flux
Welding Parameters
Part Number
CTWD
Applications: Pinch Rolls, Wrapper Rolls, Vertical Edger Rolls.
THERMACLAD® 445
THERMACLAD 445 is a submerged arc deposit that provides good
abrasion resistance along with good resistance to high compressive
loading. The composition is that of a modified tool steel that has good
machinability when using carbide tools, but is difficult to flame cut.
Applications: Scale Breaker Rolls, Work Rolls, Leveler Rolls, Flaking
Rolls, Vertical Edger Rolls, Hot Work Extrusion Rolls. Bells Seats,
Tool Steel Crane Wheels.
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
12023200
50 lb PP
(22 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11923700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
11976700
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
450-600
26-30
1
1
1
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................. High
Hardness........................................................................48-54 HRC
Machinability........................................................................Difficult
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11959500
500 lb Coil
(226.8 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Flux
Stoody R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
1
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Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................. High
Hardness (4 Layer on 1020 Steel)..................................48-54 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)..........................................Difficult
THERMACLAD 443 deposits provide good abrasion resistance,
temper resistance and can be applied crack free with appropriate
welding procedures. These properties make this alloy appealing for
pinch roll applications.
2
Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 2: METAL TO METAL WEAR
THERMACLAD® 454
The THERMACLAD 454 deposit is a modified tool steel. It is
specifically designed for weld overlay on rolls in the hot strip mill
and provides the greatest resistance to thermal fatigue and abrasion.
Overlays exhibit excellent wear properties, hot hardness, and uniform
tempering response. The alloy requires a double temper - two temper
cycles at eight (8) hours each.
Applications: Pinch Rolls, Vertical Edger Rolls, Scale Breaker Rolls,
Wrapper Rolls.
THERMACLAD® 455
THERMACLAD 455 has good resistance to tempering like
conventional tool steels. The deposit provides good abrasion
resistance and can be applied crack free. ThermaClad 455 has good
resistance to thermal fatigue cracking (fire cracking). The combination
of these properties makes this alloy ideal for pinch roll applications.
Applications: Pinch Rolls, Vertical Edger Rolls, Straightner Rolls, Hot
Work Rolls, Piercing Mill Rolls, Scale Breaker Rolls, Hot Strip Rolls.
Submerged Arc Wires
2
THERMACLAD® 457
THERMACLAD 457 has better resistance to tempering when compared
to conventional tool steels. The deposit provides excellent abrasion
resistance. It can be applied crack free with good control of preheat
and interpass temperature. The combination of these properties makes
this alloy ideal for applications involving high temperature and wear.
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Thermal Fatigue Resistance....................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................Good
Hardness (As Welded)......................................................... 52 HRC
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)................................................Fair
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
11911000
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11910900
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
25-29
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
1
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................. High
Hardness........................................................................48-54 HRC
Machinability........................................................................Difficult
Flux
Welding Parameters
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Amps
Volts
12000700
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
Stoody R-20
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
11860800
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody R-20
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
400-500
26-30
11851300
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody R-20
1"-11⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
450-600
28-32
CTWD
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Compressive Strength.............................................................. High
Hardness (As Welded)....................................................55-59 HRC
Machinability........................................................................Difficult
Applications: Leveler Rolls, Straightner Rolls.
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Flux
11853500
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11853200
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11896100
750 lb POP
(340 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-11⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
29-30
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
380-450
30-31
Stoody R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32 mm)
380-450
30-31
1
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The THERMACLAD 630 deposit is a modified martensitic stainless
steel. It is specifically designed for weld overlay on continuous caster
rolls and provides resistance to high termperature and corrosion. The
alloy is intended for use in the upper sections of the continuous caster
under severe conditions.
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls (Primarily
Segment Zero).
OPEN-ARC STEEL MILL ROLL WIRES
SOS® 423
The SOS 423 deposit is a stabilized martensitic stainless steel. It
is a fire-crack resistant alloy that has excellent corrosion and wear
resistance. This open arc welding wire is specifically designed for a
two-layer overlay on continuous caster rolls. It is designed to be used
with SOS 430 as the underlay, and used as a 2-layer overlay in the
un-tempered condition for best wear and corrosion resistance. It can
be applied using either a weave bead or stringer bead technique. On
smaller rolls, the stringer bead technique is preferred.
Applications: Hardfacing Continuous Caster Rolls.
SOS® 430
The SOS 430 deposit is ferritic stainless steel. This open arc wire can
be used as a single layer underlay for the SOS 423 wire. The wire is
specifically designed for one layer underlay on continuous caster rolls,
prior to the applications of the SOS 423 overlay. The wire must not be
used to deposit a final overlay on continuous caster rolls. The alloy
does not require a post-weld heat treatment or temper.
Applications: One Layer Underlay on Continuous Caster Rolls.
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Machinability (w/ Carbide Tools)................................................Fair
Part Number
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Flux
11993600
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
12016900
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
300-400
26-28
Stoody R-20
1"-11/4"
(25-32 mm)
425-550
28-29
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Thermal Fatigue Resistance............................................Very Good
Corrosion Resistance........................................................ Excellent
Hardness (As Welded)......................................................... 43 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire
Flux
12003200
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
11940700
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
11949600
500# POP
(227 kg)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Open Arc
1"-11⁄2"
(25-32 mm)
275-350
25-28
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open Arc
1"-11⁄2"
(25-32 mm)
275-350
25-28
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Open Arc
11⁄4"-11⁄2"
(32-38 mm)
375-475
26-27
Deposit Characteristic:
Abrasion Resistance..................................................................Fair
Thermal Fatigue Resistance....................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance........................................................ Excellent
Hardness (As Welded)......................................................... 22 HRC
Part Number
Packaging
Wire
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
1"-1 ⁄4"
(25-32
mm)
1"-11⁄4"
(25-32
mm)
Amps
Volts
275-350
25-27
275-350
25-27
1
12003100
60 lb Coil
(27 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open Arc
11966100
500 lb POP
(227 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Open Arc
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Submerged Arc Wires
THERMACLAD® 630
(LOW ALLOY IRON BASED)
2
Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 3: METAL TO EARTH FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE
IMPACT AND MODERATE TO SEVERE ABRASION
STOODY® CP2000-S
STOODY CP2000-S is a specially formulated chromium carbide alloy
designed to produce a high concentration of uniformly distributed
small primary chromium carbides in an austenitic matrix. The
optimized formulation results in superior weldability for a broad range
of single and multiple layer applications. The high concentration
of small primary carbides greatly improves wear resistance and
toughness over conventional chromium carbide alloys. It can be
applied to carbon, low alloy, and manganese steels. The deposit can
not be machined or forged. Stoody CP2000-S can be used in hot
wear applications up to 900° (482°).
Applications: Gyratory Mantles, Bell and Hopper Burden Areas,
Iron Ore Belt Conveyor Pulleys
STOODY® 103CP
STOODY 103CP has excellent abrasion resistance with moderate
impact resistance. Deposit has fine relief check pattern which reduces
distortion. Not machinable. Cannot be flame cut. Nominal hardness of
two-layer deposit on 1040 steel is 54 HRC.
Applications: Crusher Mantles and Bowl Liners, Pulverizer Rings and
Rolls, Steel Mill Guides and other parts subject to extreme abrasion
where relief checking can be tolerated.
Submerged Arc Wires
3
STOODY® 143-S
STOODY 143-S deposit consists of primary chromium carbides and
secondary niobium carbides in an austenitic matrix. Deposits possess
high abrasion resistance and maintain hardness up to 1100°F (593°C).
Applications: Crushers, Coke Pusher Shoes, Wear Plates, Cement
Screws, Mixer Blades, Excavator Bucket Teeth, and other high
abrasion applications.
STOODY® 145-S
STOODY 145-S deposit consists of primary chromium carbides and
secondary niobium, molybdenum, tungsten and vanadium carbides
in an austenitic matrix. Deposits posses very high abrasion resistance
and maintain hardness up to 1500°F (816°C).
Applications: Crushers, Coke Pusher Shoes, Wear Plates, Cement
Screws, Mixer Blades, Excavator Bucket Teeth, and other high
abrasion applications.
Structure:
Primary Chromium Carbides in an Austenitic Matrix
Deposit Characteristic:
Impact Resistance............................................................ Moderate
Hardness, Work Hardened.............................................58-64 HRC
Surface Cross Checks............................................................... Yes
Machinability............................................................................... No
Part
Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
12037800
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
480-500
30-31
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content 36%
(Carbon, Chromium, Manganese, Silicon)
Iron Base
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
11429100
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11429100
110 lb QP
(50 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11428200
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
11430100
Flux
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody S
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-400
28-30
Stoody S
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-400
28-30
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody S
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-400
28-30
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody S
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-400
28-30
11977000
750 lb POP
(340.2 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody S
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
350-400
28-30
11430600
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Stoody S
11/4"-11/2"
(32-38 mm)
425-475
29-31
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content 36%
(Chromium, Niobium, Carbon,
Manganese, Silicon)
Iron Base
Part Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Flux
11949100
200 lb HP
(90.7 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
11864800
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Stoody R-20
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
325-425
28-30
Stoody R-20
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
325-425
28-30
Nominal Composition:
Alloy Content 36%
(Chromium, Carbon, Niobium,
Molybdenum, Tungsten, Manganese,
Vanadium, Silicon)
Iron Base
Part Number
11918700
11859100
Pkg
Wire Dia.
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
60 lb Coil
(27.2 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
5/32"
(4.0 mm)
Flux
Stoody R-20
Stoody R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
1"-11/2"
(25-38 mm)
Amps
Volts
325-425
28-30
400-500
28-30
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GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES (COBALT AND NICKEL)
STOODITE® 6-S
STOODITE 6-S is the most widely used cobalt alloy having excellent
resistance to many forms of mechanical and chemical degradation
over a wide temperature range. Particular attributes are its outstanding
self mated anti-galling properties, high temperature hardness and high
resistance to cavitation erosion.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: A sub arc wire (DCEP) requiring
proper preheat, controlled interpass temperatures and cooling rates.
Crack free deposits up to 2 layers.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
1 Layer...........................................................................27-33 HRC
2 Layers..........................................................................36-39 HRC
Part Number
810602184094
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Flux
50 lb Coil
(22.6 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
1"-11/4"
250-450
(25-32 mm)
Volts
25-33
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-A
Applications: Flights of Extrusion Screws, Sinker Roll Bushings in
Steel Mill, Soaking Pit Tong Bit, Shafts
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time of
order.
STOODITE 12-S is an alloy cored wire for SAW applications.
The composition has higher silicon, manganese, and iron levels thus
differing slightly from the bare rod equivalent. STOODITE 12-S is
more wear resistant than STOODITE 6-S due to a higher volume of
carbides but has lower impact strengths.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: A SAW (DCEP) requiring strict
adherence to correct preheat, interpass temperatures and controlled
cooling rates to insure crack free deposits. It is more cracksensitive than STOODITE 6.
Applications: Valve Parts, Pump Parts, Chain Saw Bars, Saw Teeth,
Carpet Knives, Cutter Rolls, Bar Mill Twist Rolls
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time
of order.
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Typical Mechanical Properties:
1 Layer...........................................................................39-41 HRC
2 Layers..........................................................................44-45 HRC
Part Number
811212184094
Packaging
50 lb Coil
(22.6 kg)
Wire Dia.
Flux
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
1"-11/4"
250-450
(25-32 mm)
Volts
25-33
Submerged Arc Wires
STOODITE® 12-S
5
Submerged Arc Wires
GROUP 5: ABRASION ACCOMPANIED BY CORROSION
AND/OR HIGH TEMPERATURES (COBALT AND NICKEL)
STOODITE® 21-S
STOODITE 21-S is an alloy cored wire for SAW with excellent high
temperature strength making it suitable for use on hot die parts. The
deposits are inherently resistant to galling, cavitation erosion, and
corrosion. Abrasion resistance is lower than the other wires but its
impact strength at high temperatures, anti-galling properties and
corrosion resistance are outstanding.
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: A SAW (DCEP) requiring proper
preheat, interpass temperatures and controlled cooling to minimize or
to produce a crack free deposit.
Nominal Compostition:
Alloy Content
(Chromium, Molybdenum, Iron, Nickel,
Manganese, Silicon, Carbon, Tungsten)
Cobalt Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
1 Layer...........................................................................16-19 HRC
2 Layers..........................................................................22-26 HRC
Work Hardened..............................................................40-45 HRC
Part Number
Applications: Fluid Valve Seats, Tube Mill Piercing Plugs, Hot Shears,
Erosion Shields, Forging Dies
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time
of order.
STOODY® C-S
STOODY C-S is an alloy cored wire for SAW that produces a deposit
resistant to high heat and corrosion accompanied by abrasion and/or
impact. It has good hardness up to 1200°F (650°C). It is machinable
but workhardens.
Submerged Arc Wires
5
Welding Procedures/Characteristics: An SAW wire for DCEP welding
that can be applied in multiple layers.
812102184094
Wire Dia.
Flux
50 lb Coil
(22.6 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody
R-20
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
1"-1 ⁄4 "
250-450
(25-32 mm)
1
Volts
25-33
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCCoCr-E
Nominal Compostition:
Alloy Content
(Molybdenum, Chromium, Iron, Silicon,
Manganese, Carbon) Nickel Base
Typical Mechanical Properties:
Deposit hardness (2-Layer):
As deposited....................................................................... 35 HRC
Work Hardened................................................................... 40 HRC
Applications: Hot Forge Dies, Hot Shear Blades, Forging Hammer
Dies, Mill Guided, Shafts
Can be certified to AWS specifications. Must be requested at time
of order.
Packaging
Part Number
Welding Parameters
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Flux
827322284094
50 lb PP
(22.6 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody
R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
250-300
(25-32 mm)
24-30
11930600
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
Stoody
R-20
1"-1 ⁄4"
250-300
(25-32 mm)
24-30
11877100
500 lb POP
(226.8 kg)
1/8"
(3.2 mm)
Stoody
R-20
1 ⁄4"-1 ⁄2"
350-400
(32-38 mm)
28-30
CTWD
Amps
1
1
1
1
Volts
Certification to AWS A5.21 ERCNiCrMo-5A
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STAINLESS STEEL
FLUX CORE WIRES
BRILLIANT® 410NIMO T-1 AP
BRILLIANT 410NiMo T-1 AP stainless steel wires are designed for
welding in all positions with Argon/CO2 gas mixtures. These wires
exhibit a spray like arc transfer, easy slag removal and can be
welded within a wide range of parameters. AWS classification A5.22
410NiMoT1-4.
BRILLIANT 410NiMo T-1 AP wires can be used to join martensitic
stainless steels such as 410 used in valve and pump manufacturing.
These wires can also be used for the repair and joining of
CA-6NM castings.
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength...................................................134 ksi (880 MPa)
Yield Strength......................................................118 ksi (776 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 19%
Charpy V-Notch Toughness @ 32°F (0°C)...................25 ft lb (34 J)
Part Number
 11442000
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
33 lb WB, LLC, VP 1/16"
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
Welding Parameters
Amps
Volts
190-250
26-27
Certification to AWS A5.22 410NiMoT1-4
BRILLIANT® 2209 T-1 AP
BRILLIANT 2209 T-1 AP stainless steel wires are designed for welding
in all positions with either 100% CO2 (X=1) or Argon/CO2 (X=4) gas
mixtures. These wires exhibit a spray like arc transfer, easy slag
removal and can be welded within a wide range of parameters.
BRILLIANT 2209 T-1 AP wires can be used to weld duplex stainless
steels which contain approximately 22% chromium. The composition
is balanced to achieve a microstructure of approximately 50% ferrite
and 50% austenite in the weld deposit. AWS classification A5.22
E2209T1-X.
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Nickel, Molybdenum, Nitrogen
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength...................................................122 ksi (842 MPa)
Yield Strength, ksi (MPa).....................................101 ksi (670 MPa)
Elongation............................................................................. 27.5%
Charpy Impact Toughness @ -40°F (-40°C)................33 ft lb (45 J)
Part Number
11892000
11892100
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
1301
24
227
(5.8)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
1701
25
115
(3.9)
Notes:
CTWD 1/2" (13 mm)
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
.045
(1.2 mm)
1/16
(1.6 mm)
.045" (1.2 mm)
1651
26
315
(8.7)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
2101
26
195
(4.9)
1 Flat and vertical welding
1901
26
445
(11.3)
2201
27
565
(14.4)
2501
27
245
(6.2)
3002
28
320
(8.2)
2 Flat welding only
Certification to A5.22 E2209T1-X
BRILLIANT 2594 T-1 AP stainless steel wires are designed for welding
in all positions with either 100% CO2 (X=1) or Argon / CO2 (X=4)
gas mixtures. These wires exhibit a spray like arc transfer, easy
slag removal and can be welded within a wide range of parameters.
Stoody 2594 T-1 AP wires can be used to weld super duplex stainless
steels as well as used to weld low alloy steels to duplex stainless
steels. The composition is balanced to achieve a microstructure of
approximately 45% ferrite and 55% austenite in the weld deposit.
AWS classification A5.22 E2594T1-X.
Applications: Duplex Stainless Steel Joining Applications.
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Nickel, Molybdenum, Nitrogen.
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength...................................................126 ksi (869 MPa)
Yield Strength.....................................................98.5 ksi (679 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 25%
Charpy Impact Toughness..........................................33 ft lb (45 J)
Part Number

11998100
11998000
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
Notes:
CTWD 1/2" (13 mm)
1301
24
227
(5.8)
1701
25
115
(3.9)
Pkg
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
.045" (1.2 mm)
1651
26
315
(8.7)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
2101
26
195
(4.9)
1 Flat and vertical welding
1901
26
445
(11.3)
2202
27
565
(14.4)
2501
27
245
(6.2)
3002
28
320
(8.2)
2 Flat welding only
Certification to A5.22 E2594T1-X
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Stainless
BRILLIANT® 2594 T-1 AP
High Alloy Joining and Cladding
STAINLESS STEEL FLUX CORE WIRES
308L T-1 AP
Part Number
308L T-1 AP stainless steel wires are designed for welding in all
positions with either 100% CO2 (X=1) or Argon/CO2 (X=4) gas
mixtures. These wires exhibit a spray like arc transfer, easy slag
removal and can be welded within a wide range of parameters.
Stoody 308L T-1 wires can be used to join AISI 301, 302, 304
commonly used in the chemical industry and food processing
applications. AWS classification A5.22 E308LT1-X.
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon,
Chromium, Nickel
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength
Elongation (%)
Yield Strength
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
88 ksi (610 MPa)
39%
63 ksi (435 MPa)
100% CO2
86 ksi (600 MPa)
41%
60 ksi (415 MPa)
11953600
11819000
11819100
Pkg
Wire Dia.
25 lb WB (11.3 kg)
33 lb WB (15 kg)
33 lb WB (15 kg)
.035" (0.9 mm)
.045" (1.2 mm)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
1001
25
275
(6.9)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
1301
24
227
(5.8)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
Notes:
CTWD 1/2" 13 mm
1701
25
115
(3.9)
.035" (0.9 mm)
1201
26
374
(9.5)
.045" (1.2 mm)
1651
26
315
(8.7)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
2101
26
195
(4.9)
1 Flat and vertical welding
1501
27
480
(12.2)
1702
27
600
(15.3)
1901
26
445
(11.3)
2202
27
565
(14.4)
2501
27
245
(6.2)
3002
28
320
(8.2)
2 Flat welding only
Certification to AWS A5.22 E308LT1-X
309L T-1 AP
309L T-1 AP stainless steel wires are designed for welding in all
positions with either 100% CO2 (X=1) or Argon/CO2 (X=4) gas
mixtures. These wires exhibit a spray like arc transfer, easy slag
removal and can be welded within a wide range of parameters.
Stoody 309L T-1 AP wires can be used to join AISI 309 steels. It
is also used to join AISI 304 to carbon and low alloy steels. AWS
classification A5.22 E309LT1-X.
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon,
Chromium, Nickel
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength
Elongation
Yield Strength
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 100% CO2
88 ksi (610 MPa)
86 ksi (600 MPa)
34%38%
69 ksi (480 MPa)
64 ksi (440 MPa)
PartNumber
11953400
11819300
11819400
High Alloy Joining & Cladding
Stainless
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
1001
25
275
(6.9)
Amps
1301
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
24
227
(5.8)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
Notes:
CTWD 1/2" 13 mm
1701
25
115
(3.9)
Pkg
Wire
in.
25 lb WB (11.3 kg)
33 lb WB (15 kg)
33 lb WB (15 kg)
.035" (0.9 mm)
.045" (1.2 mm)
1/16"(1.6 mm)
.035" (0.9 mm)
1201
26
374
(9.5)
.045" (1.2 mm)
1651
26
315
(8.7)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
2101
26
195
(4.9)
1 Flat and vertical welding
1501
27
480
(12.2)
1701
27
600
(15.3)
1901
2202
26
445
(11.3)
27
565
(14.4)
2502
27
245
(6.2)
3002
28
320
(8.2)
2 Flat welding only
Certification to A5.22 E309LT1-X
316L T-1 AP
Part Number
316L T-1 AP stainless steel wires are designed for welding in all
positions with either 100% CO2 (X=1) or Argon/CO2 (X=4) gas
mixtures. These wires exhibit a spray like arc transfer, easy slag
removal and can be welded within a wide range of parameters.
Stoody 316L T-1 AP wires can be used to join AISI 316 and 316L
commonly used in the rubber, chemical, petrochemical and dye
industries. AWS classification A5.22 E316LT1-X.
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Nickel, Molybdenum
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength
Elongation
Yield Strength
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2 100% CO2
88 ksi (610 MPa)
86 ksi (600 MPa)
36%39%
66 ksi (460 MPa)
62 ksi (430 MPa)
Pkg
Wire Dia.
11953500
11819600
25 lb WB (11.3 kg)
33 lb WB (15 kg)
.035" (0.9 mm)
.045" (1.2 mm)
11819700
33 lb WB (15 kg)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
1001
25
275
(6.9)
Amps
Volts
WFS
in/min (m/min)
1301
24
227
(5.8)
Amps
Volts
1701
25
.035" (0.9 mm)
1201
26
374
(9.5)
.045" (1.2 mm)
1651
26
315
(8.7)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
2101
26
WFS
in/min (m/min)
115
(3.9)
195
(4.9)
Notes:
CTWD 1/2" 13 mm
1 Flat and vertical welding
1501
27
480
(12.2)
1701
27
600
(15.3)
1901
26
445
(11.3)
2202
27
565
(14.4)
2502
27
3002
28
245
(6.2)
320
(8.2)
2 Flat welding only
Certification to A5.22 E316LT1-X
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SPECIALITY WIRES & COATED ELECTRODES
HYDROLOY® 914
HYDROLOY 914 is a high strength stainless steel alloy designed
specifically to combat cavitation erosion in hydropower systems,
particularly on turbine runners. The proprietary composition produces
the same microstructural deformation characteristics that give more
expensive cobalt base alloys their outstanding cavitation resistance.
Applications: Turbine Runners, Pump Components
Part
Number
Pkg
25 lb WB LLW
11831800
(11.3 kg)
25 lb WB LLW
11834800
(11.3 kg)
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
3/8"-1/2"
(10-13 mm)
3/8"-1/2"
(10-13 mm)
Amps
Volts
100-140
16-18
100-145
16-18
Coated Electrode
Alloy Type: High Strength Stainless Steel
Part
Number
11834400
11831900
Packaging
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
10 lb Vac Pak
(4.5 kg)
Dimensions
Diameter x Length
1/8" x 14"
(3.2 mm x 35.6 cm)
5/32" x 14"
(4.0 mm x 35.6 cm)
Amperage
(DC+)
110-125
135-155
Hydro Turbine
STOODY® THERMASPRAY 1334
STOODY THERMASPRAY 1334 is a tubular chromium carbide type
spray wire designed for Twin Wire Arc Spray applications. The unique
chemical make up gives ThermaSpray 1334 excellent self bonding
characteristics to carbon and stainless steels, and aluminum when
applied with proper procedures. Wear characteristics and coating
adhesion are superior to that of competitive products of similar type.
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Avg. Bond Strength............................................................ 4900 psi
Avg. Weight Loss (ASTM G65)............................................0.14 gm
Pkg
Wire Dia.
11874400
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
5" - 7"
(127-178 mm)
200-300
31-33
11893700
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
5" - 7"
(127-178 mm)
200-300
31-33
11913300
50 lb PP
(22.7 kg)
3/32"
(2.4 mm)
5" - 7"
(127-178 mm)
200-300
31-33
Applications: Fan Blades, Boiler Tubes, Boiler Tube Shields
STOODY® THERMASPRAY 140
STOODY THERMASPRAY 140 is a tubular wire containing tungsten
and chromium carbides in a nickel matrix. It can be used for Twin
Arc Spray applications and gives excellent wear characteristics when
applied with proper procedures.
Applications: Fan Blades, Boiler Tubes, Boiler Tube Shields,
Extrusion Screw Encapsulations, Mixer Sleeves, Shaft Journals
Welding Parameters
Spray Distance
Amps
Part
Number
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Avg. Weight Loss (ASTM G65)............................................0.14 gm
Dimension Loss................................................................Negligible
Welding Parameters
Spray Distance
Amps
Part
Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
11896300
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
5" - 10"
(127-254 mm)
280-400
25-35
11900100
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
5/64"
(2.0 mm)
5" - 10"
(127-254 mm)
280-400
25-35
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THERMAL SPRAY WIRES
High Alloy Joining and Cladding
THERMAL SPRAY WIRES
STOODY® THERMASPRAY 160
STOODY THERMASPRAY 160 is a tubular wire containing
approximately 45% tungsten carbide in a nickel matrix. It can be
used for Twin Arc Spray applications and offers superior wear
characteristics when applied with proper procedures.
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Avg. Weight Loss (ASTM G65)............................................0.14 gm
Dimension Loss................................................................Negligible
Applications: Fan Blades and Inlet Bells, Boiler Tubes and Shields,
Ceramic/Concrete Augers, Rotors and Centrifuges; Pump and Mixer
Sleeves, Shaft Journals, Logging Chutes, Feed Screws, and Knife
Holders; Chemical Processing Impellers, Augers, and Paddles; Wear
Plates, Titanium Dioxide Pigment Sand Mills.
Part
Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
11902200
25 lb PS
(11.3 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
Welding Parameters
Spray Distance
Amps
5" - 10"
(127-254 mm)
280-400
Volts
25-35
NICKEL FLUX CORE WIRES
STOODY® 82-T1
STOODY 82-T1 is a gas shielded All Position Flux Cored Wire that
meets the requirements of AWS A5.34, Class ENiCr3T1-1/-4.
Applications: Joining nickel-chromium-iron alloys; Clad side of joints
in steels clad with nickel-chromium-iron weld metal; Surfacing steel
with nickel-chromium-iron weld metal; and Joining Inconel 600, 601
and Incoloy 800 to themselves or to stainless and carbon steels
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Iron, Niobium Nickel base.
STOODY® 182-T1
STOODY 182-T1 is a gas shielded All Position Flux Cored Wire that
meets the requirements of AWS 5.34 ENiCrFe3T1-1/-4.
High Alloy Joining & Cladding
Specialty
Applications: Joining nickel-chromium-iron alloys; Clad side of joints
in steels clad with nickel-chromium-iron weld metal; Surfacing steel
with nickel-chromium-iron weld metal; and Joining Alloys 600, 601
and Incoloy 800 to themselves or to stainless and carbon steels
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Iron, Niobium Nickel base.
STOODY® A-T1
STOODY A-T1 is a gas shielded All Position Flux Cored Wire that
meets the requirements of AWS 5.34 ENiCrFe2T1-1/-4.
Applications: Joining nickel-chromium-iron alloys; Joining nickel
steels; and Joining Inconel 600, 601 and Icoloy 800 to themselves or
to stainless and carbon steels
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Iron, Molybdenum, Niobium, Nickel base
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength.....................................................89 ksi (614 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................58 ksi (400 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 26%
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Part
Number
Pkg
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
11872700
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
1/2"
(13 mm)
150-200
25-26
11872600
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
1/2"
(13 mm)
200-250
26-27
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength.....................................................94 ksi (649 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................58 ksi (400 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 35%
Part
Number
Pkg
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
11916200
33 lb WB, LLW
.045"
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
1/2"
(13 mm)
150-200
25-26
11916100
33 lb WB, LLW
1/16"
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
1/2"
(13 mm)
200-250
26-27
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength..................................................89.5 ksi (595 MPa)
Yield Strength.....................................................51.0 ksi (340 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 45%
Charpy Impact Toughness..........................................67 ft lb (92 J)
at -320°F (-196°C)
Lateral Expansion..............................................46 mils (1.2 mm) at
-320°F (-196°C)
Part
Number
11896500
11896700
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"
(13 mm)
1/2"
(13 mm)
150-200
25-26
200-250
26-27
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STOODY® 625-T1
STOODY 625-T1 is a gas shielded all position flux cored wire that
meets the requirements of AWS 5.34 ENiCrMo3T1-1/-4.
Applications: Joining nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys; Clad
side of joints in steels clad with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld
metal; Surfacing steel with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld metal;
and Joining steels to nickel based alloys, Joining 9% nickel steel for
cryogenic applications
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Molybdenum, Iron*, Noibium, Nickel base
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength...................................................112 ksi (773 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................72 ksi (497 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 38%
Part
Number
11872500
1872400
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
33 lb WB, LLW
.045"
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm)
33 lb WB, LLW
1/16"
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"
(13 mm)
1/2"
(13 mm)
150-200
25-26
200-250
26-27
*For Iron <1%, please request Stoody 625LI-T1 (PDS SP-029)
STOODY® 625LI-T1
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Molybdenum, Niobium, Nickel base
Applications: Joining nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys; Clad
side of joints in steels clad with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld
metal; Surfacing steel with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld metal;
Joining steels to nickel based alloys; and, Joining 9% nickel steel for
cryogenic applications.
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength...................................................117 ksi (807 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................76 ksi (524 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 35%
Part
Number
11977400
11977300
STOODY® C276-T1
STOODY C276-T1 is a gas shielded All Position Flux Cored Wire that
meets the requirements of AWS 5.34 ENiCrMo4T1-1/4.
Applications: Joining nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys; Clad side
of joints in steels clad with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld metal;
Surfacing steel with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld metal; and
Joining higher molybdenum - high nitrogen containing stainless steels
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Molybdenum, Iron, Tungsten, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Nickel base
STOODY® 622-T1
STOODY 622-T1 is a gas shielded All Position Flux Cored Wire that
meets the requirements of AWS 5.34 ENiCrMo10T1-1/-4.
Applications: Joining nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys; Clad side
of joints in steels clad with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld metal;
Surfacing steel with nickel-chromium-molybdenum weld metal; and
Joining higher molybdenum - high nitrogen containing stainless steels.
Typical Deposit Chemistry: Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Chromium,
Molybdenum, Iron, Tungsten, Nickel base
Packaging
Wire Dia.
33 lb WB, LLW
.045"
(15 kg)
(1.2 mm)
33 lb WB, LLW
1/16"
(15 kg)
(1.6 mm)
Shielding Gas
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
or CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal. CO2
or CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"
(13 mm)
1/2"
(13 mm)
150-200
25-26
200-250
26-27
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength...................................................106 ksi (705 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................68 ksi (452 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 42%
Part
Number
11953700
11964300
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
1/2"
(13 mm)
1/2"
(13 mm)
Amps
Volts
150-200
25-26
200-250
26-27
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Tensile Strength...................................................103 ksi (685 MPa)
Yield Strength........................................................70 ksi (470 MPa)
Elongation................................................................................ 27%
Part
Number
11953800
11965700
Packaging
Wire Dia.
Shielding Gas
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
33 lb WB, LLW
(15 kg)
.045"
(1.2 mm)
1/16"
(1.6 mm)
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
75-80% Ar, Bal.
CO2 or CO2
Welding Parameters
CTWD
Amps
Volts
1/2"
(13 mm)
1/2"
(13 mm)
150-200
25-26
200-250
26-27
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Specialty
Stoody 625LI-T1 is a gas shielded all position flux cored wire that
meets the requirements of AWS ENiCrMo3T1-1/-4. The iron content
of the all weld deposit is kept below 1% for applications requiring
enhanced corrosion resistance
Powders and Dropped Carbides
OXYFUEL TORCH: MANUAL SPRAY POWDERS
Stoody spray powders are specifically designed for enhanced wetting
characteristics in hand-held torch applications. These hardfacing
powders cover a broad range of wear resistance needs.
STOODY® 60 TG
A nickel-based alloy with outstanding resistance to abrasion,
corrosion, and high heat; impact resistance is good. Low coefficient of
friction. Applications: pump components, shaft sleeves, thrust collars,
guides, and bushings. Finish by grinding.
C
Si
Cr
B
WC
Fe
Ni
Nom.
HRC
0.7
4.4
15.0
3.1
-
4.2
Bal.
59
STOODY® 63 TG
A nickel-based alloy with high ductility and workability. Deposits can
be hand ground. Applications: used primarily in the glass industry to
protect mould rebuilding against abrasion, heat, and corrosion.
STOODY® 85 TG
A nickel-based tungsten carbide powder. Microstructures exhibit
dense deposits of undissolved tungsten carbides embedded
in high strength matrix. Provides excellent wear resistance.
Applications: ideal for tillage tools, small mill hammers, bits and
augers, etc. Not recommended for metal-to-metal mating parts.
C
Si
Cr
B
WC
Fe
Ni
Nom.
HRC
0.4
2.2
8.3
1.7
45
2.6
Bal.
64
STOODY® 86 TG
A nickel-based tungsten carbide powder. Microstructures exhibit
dense deposits of undissolved tungsten carbides embedded in high
strength matrix. Similar to 85 TG but with increased ratio of tungsten
to provide even greater wear resistance. Provides excellent wear
resistance. Applications: ideal for tillage tools, small mill hammers, bits
and augers, etc. Not recommended for metal-to-metal mating parts.
C
Si
Cr
B
WC
Fe
Ni
Nom.
HRC
C
Si
Cr
B
WC
Fe
Ni
Nom.
HRC
0.02
2.8
-
1.6
-
0.4
Bal.
19
0.3
1.9
6.0
1.2
60
2.0
Bal.
64
STOODY® 87 TG
STOODY® 64 TG
A nickel-based alloy recommended for applications on parts requiring
precise finish machining. Can also be ground. Deposits provide
excellent corrosion and heat resistance; very good impact resistance.
Applications: pump parts, shafts, valves, and discs.
A nickel-based tungsten carbide powder. Microstructures exhibit
dense deposits of undissolved tungsten carbides embedded in high
strength matrix. Similar to 85 TG and 86 TG but with a maximum
amount of tungsten to provide the ultimate in wear resistance. Not
recommended for metal-to-metal mating parts.
C
Si
Cr
B
WC
Fe
Ni
Nom.
HRC
C
Si
Cr
B
WC
Fe
Ni
Nom.
HRC
0.3
3.5
8.8
1.8
-
2.8
Bal.
39
0.2
1.7
5.3
1.1
65
1.8
Bal.
64
Powders and Dropped Carbides
Oxyfuel
STANDARD SIZES & PACKAGING
STOODY® 65 TG
A nickel-based alloy with good ductility. Deposits can be
machined with carbide tools or ground. Applications: pump parts,
dies, extrusion screws, and wear rings.
C
0.45
Si
4.0
Cr
11.9
B
2.1
WC
-
Fe
3.5
Ni
Bal.
Nom.
HRC
51
Part Number
Product
Packaging
 11323200
60TG Spray Powder
1 lb (0.45 kg) Bottle
 11020500
60TG Spray Powder
5 lb (2.27 kg) Bottle
 11174500
63TG Spray Powder
1 lb (0.45 kg) Bottle
 11020600
63TG Spray Powder
5 lb (2.27 kg) Bottle
 11020700
64TG Spray Powder
5 lb (2.27 kg) Bottle
 11020800
65TG Spray Powder
5 lb (2.27 kg) Bottle
 11302100
85TG Spray Powder
1 lb (0.45 kg) Bottle
 11020900
85TG Spray Powder
5 lb (2.27 kg) Bottle
 11334300
86TG Spray Powder
5 lb (2.27 kg) Bottle
 11334600
87TG Spray Powder
5 lb (2.27 kg) Bottle
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BULK DROPPED CARBIDES & ACCESSORIES
Utilizing the Stoody MIG/Tungsten Carbide System, bulk carbides
can be paired with an appropriate wire to solve a wide range of tough
wear problems.
14-24 BORIUM® CS
Crushed sintered tungsten carbide, bonded with cobalt for greater
resistance to higher impact loadings, while still providing excellent
abrasion resistance.
5.5
0.3
1.7
8.3
0.1
STOODY 964-G
Stoody 964 deposit is a specially formulated wear resistant alloy
producing a uniform distribution of small primary carbides in a
martensitic matrix. The small carbides provide improved wear
resistance over martensitic steel, many tool steels, and some
conventional chromium carbide alloys.
Bal.
16-30 BULK BORIUM®
Spun cast, crushed tungsten carbide, high density abrasion resistant
particles for exceptional wear life in cutting applications.
5.7
-
4.0
6.5
-
Bal.
STANDARD SIZES & PACKAGING
Part Number
Product
Packaging
11506100
14-24 Borium CS
50 lb (22.7 kg) Can
11953000
16-30 Bulk Borium
50 lb (22.7 kg) Can
Other mesh sizes available for bulk carbide products. Production
lead times may apply. Contact Stoody sales or customer care for
product identification and ordering information. The following Stoody
hardfacing wire products are frequently used with bulk drop carbide
applications:
STOODY 965-G, 965-O
Stoody 965 deposit is a general purpose hardfacing alloy that offers
a good balance of impact and abrasion resistance. Deposits are
martensitic and forgeable and can be applied to carbon, low alloy, and
manganese steels.
STOODY 966-G
Stoody 966-G deposit is a molybdenum-tungsten high speed tool
steel with a high concentration of uniformly distributed small primary
carbides that greatly improve wear resistance when compared to
M-7 tool steel. Excellent abrasion resistance and moderate impact
resistance.
VIBRATORY FEEDER FOR GMAW
PACKAGING & CONTENTS
Part Number
123-00-001
Pkg
Note
Box
Assembly Required
1.Heavy construction, resonance dampened, linear mode, vibratory
motor, bulk hopper, brackets, and metering system;
2.MIG gun nozzle attachment bracket, clamp, carbide delivery hopper
and drop tube;
3.Full function remote control pendant with on/off indicator light,
auto-manual mode switch, carbide feed rate potentiometer, and
panel fuse.
Electrical - 115 volt, 1 amp fused line connection, ground fault neutral
prong plug, current sensing relay, weld cable mounting block for auto
start/stop.
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Bulk Dropped Carbides
The MIG/Tungsten Carbide System, or vibratory feeder, is a simple
and reliable method for the introduction of granular tungsten carbide
into a welded matrix. The resulting deposits are sound, and deliver
dense matrix cross sections filled with tungsten carbide particles for
excellent resistance to extreme abrasive environments. The vibratory
feed system can be used in either a semi-automatic hand held mode,
or set up for mechanized function in high production applications.
Powders and Dropped Carbides
PTA & LASER CLADDING: NICKEL TUNGSTEN CARBIDE POWDER
STOODY® 6030-PLC, -PLS, -PLM
STOODY 6030 is a tungsten carbide (60%) and nickel alloy (40%)
composite hardfacing powder that provides extreme abrasion
resistance and some impact resistance. Suitable for both plasma
transferred arc (PTA) and laser cladding processes, the 6030-PLC
formulation incorporates standard cast and crushed eutectic tungsten
carbides in a ductile nickel-chrome alloy matrix (Stoody Ni30-PL).
The 6030-PLS formulation incorporates spherical tungsten carbides
especially suitable for laser cladding. The 6030-PLM formulation
incorporates macrocrystalline tungsten carbides more appropriate
for high power systems. The carbide weight content (30-65%) as
well as the powder grain size can be adjusted within the operational
capabilities of each particular process or system.
Typical Powder Characteristics:
Grain Size Distribution.................................. 80 x 325 (45-180 μm)
Ni30-PL Matrix Hardness...............................................30-35 HRC
Cast WC/W2C Hardness....................................... 2200-2600 VHN
Spherical WC/W2C Hardness................................ 2700-3300 VHN
Macrocystalline WC/W2C Hardness...................... 1800-2200 VHN
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Corrosion Resistance....................................................... Moderate
Deposit Layers........................................................... Up to Two (2)
Microcracking....................................................................Expected
Finishing............................................................. Diamond Grinding
Applications: Ground engaging tools, Bucket lips and Grader Blades,
Crusher Teeth and Hammers, Shovel Latch Bars, Screw Press
Flights, Chutes
STOODY® 6040-PLC, -PLS, -PLM
STOODY 6040 is a tungsten carbide (60%) and nickel alloy (40%)
composite hardfacing powder that provides extreme abrasion
resistance. Suitable for both plasma transferred arc (PTA) and laser
cladding processes, the 6040-PLC formulation incorporates standard
cast and crushed eutectic tungsten carbides in a nickel-chrome alloy
matrix (Stoody Ni40-PL). The 6040-PLS formulation incorporates
spherical tungsten carbides especially suitable for laser cladding. The
6040-PLM formulation incorporates macrocrystalline tungsten carbides
more appropriate for high power systems. The carbide weight content
(30-65%) as well as the powder grain size can be adjusted within the
operational capabilities of each particular process or system.
Applications: Down Hole Drilling Tools - Stabilizers, Bit Holders,
Kick Rings, Radial Bearings; Ore Processing - Exhaust Fan Liners,
Chutes, Wear Sleeves, Sludge Pumps, Mixing Blades, Centrifuges; Oil
Sands - Ground Engaging Tools, Crusher Teeth, Screen Plates, Latch
Bars, Slurry Elbows; Cement - Dry Cement Pumps, Classifier Blades,
Coupling Shafts, Feed Screws; Brick Making - Extruder Flights, Pug
Knives, Crusher Roll Blades, Dies; Pigment - Dry Material Pumps,
Cyclones, Micronizers, Feed Pipes, Bag Screen Impact Plates; Steel
Mill Guide Rolls, Screw Presses, Anode Paste Mixers, Pulpers,
Tunneling Cutters
Part Number
Packaging
Carbide Hard Phase
12035400
12035500
12035800
12035900
12035600
12035700
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Spherical (PLS)
Spherical (PLS)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
Typical Powder Characteristics:
Grain Size Distribution.................................. 80 x 325 (45-180 μm)
Ni40-PL Matrix Hardness...............................................40-45 HRC
Cast WC/W2C Hardness....................................... 2200-2600 VHN
Spherical WC/W2C Hardness................................ 2700-3300 VHN
Macrocystalline WC/W2C Hardness...................... 1800-2200 VHN
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Corrosion Resistance....................................................... Moderate
Deposit Layers........................................................... Up to Two (2)
Microcracking....................................................................Expected
Finishing............................................................. Diamond Grinding
Part Number
Packaging
Carbide Hard Phase
12024200
12027500
12030900
12031000
12031100
12031200
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Spherical (PLS)
Spherical (PLS)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
Powders and Dropped Carbides
PTA & Laser Cladding
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PTA & LASER CLADDING: NICKEL TUNGSTEN CARBIDE POWDER
STOODY® 6050-PLC, -PLS, -PLM
STOODY 6050 is a tungsten carbide (60%) and nickel alloy (40%)
composite hardfacing powder that provides extreme abrasion
resistance. Suitable for both plasma transferred arc (PTA) and laser
cladding processes, the 6050-PLC formulation incorporates standard
cast and crushed eutectic tungsten carbides in a nickel-chrome alloy
matrix (Stoody Ni50-PL). The 6050-PLS formulation incorporates
spherical tungsten carbides especially suitable for laser cladding.
The 6050-PLM formulation incorporates macrocrystalline tungsten
carbides more appropriate for high power systems. The carbide
weight content (30-65%) as well as the powder grain size can be
adjusted within the operational capabilities of each particular process
or system.
Applications: Down Hole Drilling Tools - Stabilizers, Bit Holders,
Kick Rings, Radial Bearings; Ore Processing - Exhaust Fan Liners,
Chutes, Wear Sleeves, Sludge Pumps, Mixing Blades, Centrifuges; Oil
Sands - Ground Engaging Tools, Crusher Teeth, Screen Plates, Latch
Bars, Slurry Elbows; Cement - Dry Cement Pumps, Classifier Blades,
Coupling Shafts, Feed Screws; Brick Making - Extruder Flights, Pug
Knives, Crusher Roll Blades, Dies; Pigment - Dry Material Pumps,
Cyclones, Micronizers, Feed Pipes, Bag Screen Impact Plates
STOODY® 6051-PLC, -PLS, -PLM
STOODY 6051 is a tungsten carbide (60%) and nickel alloy (40%)
composite hardfacing powder that provides extreme abrasion
resistance. Suitable for both plasma transferred arc (PTA) and laser
cladding processes, the 6051-PLC formulation incorporates standard
cast and crushed eutectic tungsten carbides in a nickel-chrome alloy
matrix (Stoody Ni51-PL). The 6051-PLS formulation incorporates
spherical tungsten carbides especially suitable for laser cladding. The
6051-PLM formulation incorporates macrocrystalline tungsten carbides
more appropriate for high power systems. The carbide weight content
(30-65%) as well as the powder grain size can be adjusted within the
operational capabilities of each particular process or system.
Applications: Down Hole Drilling Tools - Stabilizers, Bit Holders,
Kick Rings, Radial Bearings; Ore Processing - Exhaust Fan Liners,
Chutes, Wear Sleeves, Sludge Pumps, Mixing Blades, Centrifuges; Oil
Sands - Ground Engaging Tools, Crusher Teeth, Screen Plates, Latch
Bars, Slurry Elbows; Cement - Dry Cement Pumps, Classifier Blades,
Coupling Shafts, Feed Screws; Brick Making - Extruder Flights, Pug
Knives, Crusher Roll Blades, Dies; Pigment - Dry Material Pumps,
Cyclones, Micronizers, Feed Pipes, Bag Screen Impact Plates
Typical Powder Characteristics:
Grain Size Distribution.................................. 80 x 325 (45-180 μm)
Ni50-PL Matrix Hardness...............................................45-50 HRC
Cast WC/W2C Hardness....................................... 2200-2600 VHN
Spherical WC/W2C Hardness................................ 2700-3300 VHN
Macrocystalline WC/W2C Hardness...................... 1800-2200 VHN
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Corrosion Resistance....................................................... Moderate
Deposit Layers........................................................... Up to Two (2)
Microcracking....................................................................Expected
Finishing............................................................. Diamond Grinding
Part Number
Packaging
Carbide Hard Phase
12038600
12038700
12039000
12039100
12038800
12038900
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Spherical (PLS)
Spherical (PLS)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
Typical Powder Characteristics:
Grain Size Distribution.................................. 80 x 325 (45-180 μm)
Ni51-PL Matrix Hardness...............................................48-52 HRC
Cast WC/W2C Hardness....................................... 2200-2600 VHN
Spherical WC/W2C Hardness................................ 2700-3300 VHN
Macrocystalline WC/W2C Hardness...................... 1800-2200 VHN
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Corrosion Resistance.................................................................Fair
Deposit Layers........................................................... Up to Two (2)
Microcracking....................................................................Expected
Finishing............................................................. Diamond Grinding
Part Number
Packaging
Carbide Hard Phase
12036500
12036600
12036900
12037000
12036700
12036800
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Bottle
40 lb (18.2 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Cast/Crushed (PLC)
Spherical (PLS)
Spherical (PLS)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
Macrocrystalline (PLM)
STOODITE® Co01-PL
STOODITE Co01-PL is the surfacing powder version of the highest
hardness standard cobalt alloy used with chromium carbides that
impart outstanding abrasive wear resistance. The addition of tungsten
enhances high temperature hardness and matrix toughness for
excellent adhesive and solid particle erosion wear resistance. It bonds
well with all weldable steels, including stainless steels.
Applications: Screw Flights, Cross Heads, Hydropulper Disc
Segments, Soaking Pit-Tong Bits, Mixer Rotors, Bodies, and Tip
Sides, Wear Sleeves, Valves and Pumps
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance......................................................................Fair
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (2 Layers).......................................................46-52 HRC
Hot Hardness...................................... Excellent to 1400°F (760°C)
Magnetic...................................................................................... No
Surface Cross Checks............................................................... Yes
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Machinability...............................................Carbide Tools/Grinding
Part Number
Packaging
Grain Size
12034500
12034600
11 lb (5 kg) Bottle
44 lb (20 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
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PTA & LASER CLADDING: COBALT POWDER
PTA & Laser Cladding Powders
PTA & LASER CLADDING: COBALT POWDER
STOODITE® Co06-PL
STOODITE Co06-PL is the surfacing powder version of a cobalt
alloy that produces a medium hardness cobalt chromium deposit
for high temperature applications with good abrasive wear and
good impact resistance. It is the most versatile and widely used
cobalt alloy. Chromium carbides contained in the deposit provide
excellent resistance to many forms of chemical and mechanical wear
degradation, including galling and cavitation erosion. It bonds well
with all weldable steels, including stainless steels.
Applications: Extrusion Screw Flights, Sinker Roll Bushings in Steel
Mills, Shafts and Wear Sleeves, Valve Seats and Seal Ring
STOODITE® Co12-PL
STOODITE Co12-PL is the surfacing powder version of a cobalt
alloy that produces a high hardness cobalt chromium deposit for
high temperature applications with good abrasive wear associated
with corrosion. Chromium carbides contained in the deposit provide
excellent resistance to many forms of chemical and mechanical wear
degradation, including galling. It bonds well with all weldable steels,
including stainless steels.
Applications: Valve and Pump Parts, Chain Saw Bars and Saw Teeth,
Aircraft Turbine Blades, Cutter Rolls and Bar Twist Rolls
STOODITE® Co21-PL
STOODITE Co21-PL surfacing powder is a low carbon austenitic
cobalt type alloy with excellent work hardenability, high temperature
strength, and impact resistance. These deposits are quite stable
during thermal cycling, making them a favorite for hot die materials.
Resistance to galling (self-mated), corrosion, and cavitation erosion
make Stoody Co21-PL a good choice for valve trim on steam and
fluid control valve bodies and seats. It bonds well to all weldable
steels, including stainless steels.
Applications: Steam Valves, Hot Shears, Chemical and Petrochemical
Valves, Hydro-Turbine Cavitation Repair, Forging Dies, Piercing Plugs
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance...............................................................Good
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (2 Layers).......................................................35-43 HRC
Hot Hardness.................................................................... Excellent
Magnetic...................................................................................... No
Surface Cross Checks................................................................ No
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Machinability..............................................................Carbide Tools
Part Number
Packaging
Grain Size
12034700
12034800
11 lb (5 kg) Bottle
44 lb (20 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance......................................................... Excellent
Impact Resistance...................................................................Good
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (2 Layers).......................................................44-45 HRC
Hot Hardness.................................................................... Excellent
Magnetic...................................................................................... No
Surface Cross Checks................................................................ No
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Machinability..............................................................Carbide Tools
Part Number
Packaging
Grain Size
12034900
12035000
11 lb (5 kg) Bottle
44 lb (20 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
Typical Deposit Characteristics:
Abrasion Resistance..................................................................Fair
Impact Resistance............................................................. Excellent
Corrosion Resistance..............................................................Good
Hardness (2 Layers).......................................................22-32 HRC
Work Hardened..............................................................40-45 HRC
Hot Hardness.................................................................... Excellent
Magnetic...................................................................................... No
Surface Cross Checks................................................................ No
Deposit Layers..............................................................2 Maximum
Machinability..............................................................Carbide Tools
Part Number
Packaging
Grain Size
12035100
12035200
11 lb (5 kg) Bottle
44 lb (20 kg) Carton (4 Bottles)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
100 x 230 (63-150 μm)
Powders and Dropped Carbides
PTA & Laser Cladding
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GROUP 1: BUILD UP - O/G
WIRES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody Build-Up
MF 1-250-P
TFe1
1125-B5/B7
SOS 430
MF 5-250-CPT
TZFe7
1620-B7
Stoody Dynamang
MF 7-200-KP
TFe9
1215-B7
Stoody Nicromang
MF 7-200-KP
TFe9
1215-B7
Stoody Nicromang Plus
MF 7-250-KP
TFe9
1215-B7
Foundry Co-Mang
MF 7-200-KP
TFe9
1215-B7
Stoody Trackwear
MF 7-250-KP
TFe9
1215-B7
Stoody 110
MF 7-200-KPR
TFe9
1715b-B7
Stoody 111
MF 7-300-GKP
TZFe9
Specialty
Stoody 120
MF 7-200-KP
TZFe9
Specialty
Versalloy AP-G
MF 9-200-CNPZ
TFe11
1315-B5
SOS 307 (Modified)
MF 9-200-CNPZ
TFe11
1315-B7
Castweld Ni-55-O/G
A5.15
ERNiFeT3-CI
EN ISO 1071: T C NiFe-CI 3
Castweld Ni-30-O/G
A5.15
Specialty
Specialty
Castweld Ni-99-G
A5.15
ERNi-CI
EN ISO 1071: T C Ni-Cl
GROUP 2: METAL TO
METAL WEAR - O/G
WIRES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody Super Build-Up
MF 1-40-P
TFe1
1435-B5/B7
Stoody 105-G/O
MF 1-45-GT
TFe1
1445-B5/B7
Stoody 102-G/O
MF 3-50-GT
TFe3
1550-B5/B7
Stoody Rail End 932-O
MF 1-400-GP
TFe1
1135-B7
Stoody M7-G
MF 4-60-PST
TFe4
1560-B5
Stoody 965-G/O
MF 6-60-GP
TFe8
1855-B5/B7
Stoody 965 AP-G
MF 6-60-GP
TFe8
1855-B5/B7
Stoody 964-G
MF 6-60-GT
TZFe8
1965-B5
Stoody 966-G
MF 6-65-GT
TZFe8
Specialty
Stoody HB-56
MF 6-55-GP
TFe4
1855-B5
Stoody HB-64
MF 6-60-GT
TZFe8
1965-B5
Stoody HB-Ti
MF 6-60-GP
TFe8
1955-B7
Stoody HB-NoMag
MF 7-50-GKNP
TZFe9
Specialty
SOS 414N
MF 5-45-CGT
TZFe7
Specialty
SOS 423
MF 5-50-CGT
TFe7
Specialty
SOS 438
MF 5-45-CGT
TZFe7
Specialty
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GROUP 3: METAL TO
EARTH MODERATE/
SEVERE IMPACT &
ABRASION - O/G WIRES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody 965-G/O
MF 6-60-GP
TFe8
1855-B5/B7
Stoody 965 AP-G
MF 6-60-GP
TFe8
1855-B5/B7
Stoody 117
MF 6-40-GK
TZFe6
1845-B7
Stoody 600
MF 6-60-GP
TFe8
1960-B7
Stoody 670
MF 6-55-GP
TFe8
1955-B7
Stoody 964-G, AP-G
MF 6-60-GT
TZFe8
1965-B5
Stoody 133
MF 10-40-GT
TFZe14
2140-B7
Stoody 131
MF 10-45-GT
TFe14
2245-B7
Stoody 132
MF 10-50-G
TZFe14
2250-B7
Stoody 121
MF 10-50-G
TZFe14
2250-B7
Stoody 134
MF 10-55-GZP
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 101HC
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
2360-B5/B7
Stoody 101HT
MF 10-60-GZ
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 101HD
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 101HWP
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 101HDB
MF 10-65-G
TZFe14
2365-B7
Stoody 100HC
MF 10-60-G
TFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 100XHC
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 100HD
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 135
MF 10-60-GZ
TFe14
2360-B7
Stoody CP2000
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
Specialty
Stoody PC-2009
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody PR-2009
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoody 101AP
MF 10-60-GZ
TZFe14
2360-B7
Stoodcor 136
MF 10-60-G
TZFe14
Specialty
Stoody 143
MF 10-60-G
TFe15
2460-B7
Stoody SA Super 20
MF 10-60-GZ
TZFe14
2465-B7
Stoody 145
MF 10-60-GZ
TFe16
2460-B7
Stoody CP2001
MF 10-60-GZ
TFe16
Specialty
Stoody 966-G
MF 6-65-GT
TZFe18
Specialty
Stoody 968-O
Specialty
TFe13
Specialty
Stoody 970-G
Specialty
TZFe13
Specialty
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GROUP 4: METAL TO
EARTH EXTREME
ABRASION & LOW
IMPACT - O/G WIRES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody VANCAR-O
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Stoody 130-O
MF 21-60-G
TFe20
3460-B7
Stoody 140
MF 21-55-CG
TNi20
3655-B5
Stoody 155FC
MF 21-45-CG
TNi20
Specialty
Stoody 160FC/FS
MF 21-45-CG
TNi20
3645-B5
Stoody 160FC-O
MF 21-45-CG
TNi20
3645-B7
Stoody 166FS
MF 21-45-CG
TNi20
3645-B7
GROUP 5: ABRASION
& CORROSION / HIGH
TEMPERATURE - O/G
WIRES
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoodite 1-M
A5.21
ERCCoCr-C
MF 20-55-CGTZA
TCo3
4350-BS
Stoodite 6-M
A5.21
ERCCoCr-A
MF 20-45-CGTZA
TCo2
4240-BS
Stoodite 12-M
A5.21
ERCCoCr-B
MF 20-50-CGTZA
TCo3
4245-B5
Stoodite 21-M
A5.21
ERCCoCr-E
MF 20-350-CKTZ
TCo1
4130-B5
Stoody 60-M
A5.21
ERCNiCr-C
MF 22-60-CGTZ
TNi3
5260-B5
Stoody C-M
A5.21
ERCNiCrMo-5A
MF 23-200-CKPTZ
TNi2
5415-B5
NORTH AMERICA
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
STANDARDS & EQUIVALENCE - SUBMERGED ARC WIRE
GROUP 1: BUILD UP SAW WIRES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
ThermaClad DynaMang-S
UP 7-200-KP
TFe9
1215-B7
Stoody / ThermaClad 104
UP 1-250-P
TFe1
1125-B1
Stoody / ThermaClad 104TJ
UP 1-300-P
TFe1
1130-B1
ThermaClad 8620
UP 1-200-P
TZFe1
1120-B1
ThermaClad Multipass 1
UP 1-300-P
TFe1
1130-B1
ThermaClad Multipass 2
UP 1-200-P
TZFe1
1120-B1
ThermaClad Roll Build 3
UP 1-200-P
TZFe1
1120-B1
Castweld Ni-55-S
A5.15
ERNiFeT3-CI
EN ISO 1071:T C NiFe-CI 3
Castweld Ni-30-S
A5.15
Specialty
Specialty
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NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
ThermaClad 107
UP 1-40-P
TFe1
1440-B1
ThermaClad 105
UP 1-45-P
TFe1
1445-B1
ThermaClad 105B
UP 1-40-P
TFe1
1440-B1
ThermaClad 42
UP 1-40-P
TFe1
1440-B1
ThermaClad 445
UP 3-45-GPT
TZFe3
1440-B1
ThermaClad 453
UP 3-45-GPT
TFe3
Specialty
ThermaClad 102
UP 3-50-GPT
TFe3
1550-B1
ThermaClad 420
UP 5-45-CGT
TFe7
1645-B1
ThermaClad 4552
UP 5-50-CGT
TFe7
1650-B1
ThermaClad 412
UP 5-40-CGT
TFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 423
UP 5-50-CGT
TFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 423Co
UP 5-50-CGT
TZFe3
Specialty
ThermaClad 423H
UP 5-50-CGT
TFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 423L
UP 5-45-CGT
TFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 423N
UP 5-40-CGT
TZFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 438
UP 5-45-CGT
TZFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 440
UP 5-40-CGT
TFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 630
UP 5-40-CGT
TZFe7
Specialty
ThermaClad 417
UP 5-50-GPT
TFe8
1550-B1
ThermaClad 443
UP 6-50-CGT
TZFe8
1550-B1
ThermaClad 454
UP 3-55-GPT
TFe8
1550-B1
ThermaClad 455
UP 6-50-GPT
TFe8
1550-B1
ThermaClad 457
UP 4-60-GPT
TZFe8
Specialty
GROUP 3: METAL TO
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SEVERE IMPACT &
ABRASION - SAW
WIRES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody 103CP
UP 10-55-G
TFe14
2360-B1
Stoody CP2000-S
UP 10-60-G
TZFe14
Specialty
Stoody 143-S
UP 10-60-GZ
TFe15
2460-B1
Stoody 145-S
UP 10-60-GZ
TFe16
2460-B1
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GROUP 5: ABRASION
& CORROSION / HIGH
TEMPERATURE - SAW
WIRES
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoodite 1-S
A5.21
ERCCoCr-C
UP 20-55-CGTZ
TCo3
4350-B1
Stoodite 6-S
A5.21
ERCCoCr-A
UP 20-40-CGTZ
TCo2
4240-B1
Stoodite 12-S
A5.21
ERCCoCr-B
UP 20-50-CGTZ
TCo3
4245-B1
Stoodite 21-S
A5.21
ERCCoCr-E
UP 20-350-CKTZ
TCo1
4130-B1
Stoody C-S
A5.21
ERCNiCrMo-5A
UP 23-200-CKPTZ
TNi2
5415-B1
NORTH AMERICA
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
STANDARDS & EQUIVALENCE - SMAW COATED ELECTRODES
GROUP 1: BUILD UP COATED ELECTRODES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody Build-Up
E 1-250-P
EFe1
1125-A4
Stoody Dynamang
E 7-200-KP
EFe9
1215-A4
Stoody Nicromang
E 7-200-KP
EFe9
1215-A4
Stoody Nicromang Plus
E 7-250-KP
EFe9
1215-A4
Foundry Co-Mang
E 7-200-KP
EFe9
1215-A4
Stoody Trackwear
E 7-250-KP
EFe9
1215-A4
Stoody 2110
E 7-200-KPR
EFe9
1715b-A4
Versalloy Plus
E 9-200-CNPZ
EFe11
1315-A4
Castweld 55
A5.15
Castweld 56
Castweld 57
Castweld 99
GROUP 2: METAL TO
METAL WEAR - COATED
ELECTRODES
ENiFe-CI-A
EN ISO 1071: E C NiFe-CI 3
A5.15
ENiFe-CI
EN ISO 1071: E C NiFe-CI 3
A5.15
Specialty
Specialty
A5.15
ENi-CI
EN ISO 1071: E C Ni-CI 3
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody 1105
E 1-45-PT
EFe1
1445-A4
Stoody 1102
E 3-50-GT
EFe3
1550-A4
Stoody Rail End 932
E 1-400-GP
EFe1
1135-A4
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GROUP 3: METAL TO
EARTH MODERATE/
SEVERE IMPACT &
ABRASION - COATED
ELECTRODES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoody Self-Hardening
E 6-55-GP
EFe8
1855-A4
Stoody 33
E 6-40-GT
EZFe14
2140-A1
Stoody 31
E 10-45-GT
EFe14
2245-A1
Stoody 19
E 10-50-GP
EZFe14
2250-A4
Stoody 21
E 10-55-G
EZFe14
2350-A1
Stoody 35
E 10-55-G
EFe14
2355-A4
Stoody CTS
E 10-60-G
EFe14
2360-A1
Stoody 2134
E 10-60-G
EFe14
2360-A1
Stoody SuperChrome
E 10-60-G
EZFe14
2360-A1
Stoody XHC
E 10-65-G
EZFe14
2565-A4
Stoody Super 20
E 10-60-GZ
EZFe15
2465-A4
Stoody 45
E 10-60-G
EFe16
2460-A4
GROUP 4: METAL TO
EARTH EXTREME
ABRASION & LOW
IMPACT - COATED
ELECTRODES
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
AC-DC Borod
E 21-65-G
EFe20
3465-A1
AC-DC Tube Borium
E 21-65-G
EFe20
3265-A1
Stoody VANCAR-E
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Stoody 160-E
E 21-45-CG
ENi20
3645-A1
GROUP 5: ABRASION
& CORROSION / HIGH
TEMPERATURE COATED ELECTRODES
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoodite 1
A5.13
ECoCr-C
E 20-55-CGTZ
ECo3
4350-A3
Stoodite 6
A5.13
ECoCr-A
E 20-40-CGTZ
ECo2
4240-A3
Stoodite 12
A5.13
ECoCr-B
E 20-50-CGTZ
ECo3
4245-A3
Stoodite 21
A5.13
ECoCr-E
E 20-350-CKTZ
ECo1
4130-A3
Stoody 50
A5.13
ENiCr-B
E 22-50-CGTZ
ENi3
5250-A3
Stoody C
A5.13
ENiCrMo-5A
E 23-200-CKPTZ
ENi2
5415-A3
NORTH AMERICA
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
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STANDARDS & EQUIVALENCE - GTAW - OFW BARE RODS
GROUP 3: METAL TO
EARTH MODERATE/
SEVERE IMPACT &
ABRASION - BARE
RODS
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
Stoody BTS
GROUP 4: METAL TO
EARTH EXTREME
ABRASION & LOW
IMPACT - BARE RODS
NORTH AMERICA
AWS CLASS
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
G 10-60-GP
TFe14
2355-C1
EUROPE
AWS TYPE
AUSTRALIA
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Bare Borod
G 21-65-G
TFe20
3465-C1
Acetylene Tube Borium
G 21-65-G
TFe20
3365-C1
Tube Borium H
G 21-65-G
TFe20
3465-C1
Horseshoe Borium
G 21-65-G
TFe20
3265-C1
TB-2954
G 21-65-G
TFe20
3565-C1
Stoody VANCAR-G
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
GROUP 5: ABRASION
& CORROSION / HIGH
TEMPERATURE - BARE
RODS
AWS CLASS
AWS TYPE
DIN 8555
EN 14700
AS/NZS 2576
Stoodite 1
A5.21
ERCoCr-C
G/TIG 20-55-CGTZ
RCo3
4350-C1
Stoodite 6
A5.21
ERCoCr-A
G/TIG 20-40-CGTZ
RCo2
4240-C1
Stoodite 6H
A5.21
ERCoCr-A
G/TIG 20-40-CGTZ
RCo2
4240-C1
Stoodite 12
A5.21
ERCoCr-B
G/TIG 20-50-CGTZ
RCo3
4245-C1
Stoodite 21
A5.21
ERCoCr-E
G/TIG 20-350-CGTZ
RCo1
4130-C1
Stoody 50
A5.21
ERNiCr-B
G/TIG 20-50-CGTZ
RNi3
5250-C1
Stoody 60
A5.21
ERNiCr-C
G/TIG 20-60-CGTZ
RNi3
5260-C1
NORTH AMERICA
EUROPE
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NICKEL BASED FLUX CORED WIRES
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
DEPOSITION RATES
Stoody Nickel Based Flux Cored Wires are used predominantly in
applications where solid wires and manual electrodes have been
replaced, resulting in improved deposition rates and job efficiency:
Voltage: 25-26 volts
CTWD: 3/8-1/2" (9-12 mm)
Deposition Rate (lb/hr)
18
�Welding of 9% nickel steel for LNG tanks
16
0.045" (1.2 mm)
1/16" (1.6 mm)
14
�Cladding of reactor vessels
�Joining nickel alloys
12
�Dissimilar metal welding
10
�Welding of high molybdenum austenitic stainless steels in
8
scrubber fabrication
6
PACKAGING
4
Stoody Nickel Based Flux Cored wires are vacuum packaged
and are available on 33 lb (15 kg) layer level wound wire spools.
2
0
0
100
200
300
400
Current (amp)
TYPICAL WIRE COMPOSITIONS AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Product
Classification
82-T1
182-T1
A-T1
625-T1
625LI-T1
AWS A5.34/
A5.34M:2013
AWS Format
ENiCr3T1-1/-4
ENiCrFe3T1-1/-4
ENiCrFe2T1-1/-4
ENiCrMo3T1-1/-4
ENiCrMo3T1-1/-4
ENiCrMo4T1-1/-4 ENiCrMo10T1-1/-4
ISO Format
TNI 6082-11/-14
TNI 6182-11/-14
TNI 6133-11/-14
TNI 6625-11/-14
TNI 6625-11/-14
TNI 6276-11/-14
TNI 6022-11/-14
C
0.04
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.02
0.02
Mn
3.0
5.4
2.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.5
Si
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.2
Cr
19.0
16.0
15.0
22.0
22.0
15.4
21.3
C276-T1
622-T1
Ni
Bal
Bal
Bal
Bal
Bal
Bal
Bal
Mo
--
--
1.9
9.2
9.2
15.6
13.8
Nb
2.5
2.0
1.9
3.8
3.8
--
--
W
--
--
--
--
--
3.8
3.1
Fe
1.7
7.5
1.5
3.0
0.3
5.2
5.0
Yield Strength,
ksi (MPa)
58 (400)
58 (400)
51 (340)
72 (500)
76 (525)
68 (450)
70 (470)
Tensile Strength,
ksi (MPa)
89 (615)
94 (650)
89.5 (595)
112 (775)
117 (805)
106 (705)
103 (685)
Elongation, (%)
26
35
45
38
35
42
27
Charpy Impact Energy
at -320°F (-196°C),ft-lb
(joules)
--
78 (109)
67 (92)
48 (67)
50 (70)
31 (42)
--
Part Number, 0.045"
(1.2 mm)
11872700
11916200
11896500
11872500
11977400
11953700
11953800
Part Number, 1/16"
(1.6 mm)
11872600
11916100
11896700
11872400
11977300
11964300
11965700
Other products available:
ENiCrMo13-T1 for welding or cladding with Alloy 59.
ENiCrMo14-T1 for welding or cladding with Inconel® Alloy 686.
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STOODITE® (COBALT) - COMPARATIVE & TEST DATA
COMPARATIVE HOT HARDNESS, DPH (KG/MM2)*
Alloy
DEPOSITION METHOD
RT +
TEST TEMPERATURE, DEGREE F (DEGREE C)
1000 (536)
1200 (649)
1400 (760)
Oxy Acetylene
620
475
440
380
260
Gas Tungsten Arc
620
510
465
390
230
Oxy Acetylene
450
350
295
265
180
Gas Tungsten Arc
390
300
275
260
185
STOODITE 12
Gas Tungsten Arc
435
345
325
285
245
STOODITE 21
Gas Tungsten Arc
285
130
135
140
110
Stoody 50
Gas Tungsten Arc
530
440
375
230
95
Stoody 60
Oxy Acetylene
680*
510
440
245
110
Stoody C
Gas Tungsten Arc
195
190
185
170
145
STOODITE 1
STOODITE 6
800 (427)
+ Tested in vacuum furnace hot-hardness unit, 1590 G load with 136 deg. sapphire indentor.
* Measured with Kentron unit 1590 g load with 136 deg. diamond indentor.
GALLING TEST DATA
Load
THRESHOLD GALLING STRESS* KSI (MPA) BLOCK MATERIAL
Pin Material**
1020 STEEL
TYPE 316
STAINLESS
STOODITE 6
Stoody C
STOODITE 1
18 (124)
18 (124)
>72 (496)
–
STOODITE 6
36 (248)
18 (124)
>72 (496)
9 (62)
STOODITE 12
36 (248)
18 (124)
>72 (496)
–
STOODITE 21
18 (124)
18 (124)
>72 (496)
–
Stoody 50
18 (124)
9 (62)
36 (248)
18 (124)
Stoody 60
18 (124)
18 (124)
18 (124)
9 (62)
Stoody C
18 (124)
18 (124)
18 (124)
9 (62)
* S
tress at which pin and block show visual signs of material transfer (galling) after one
revolution of the pin.
** Pins machined from undiluted GTA weld metal.
Twist
Pin
Block***
***Blanchard ground surface.
COMPARATIVE AVERAGE ABRASIVE WEAR DATA*
OXY ACETYLENE
A combination of low
wear coefficient and a high
hardness is desirable for
good wear resistance.
Pin Material**
STOODITE 1
GAS TUNGSTEN ARC
VOL. LOSS,
MM3
WEAR
COEFFICIENT**
VOL. LOSS,
MM3
WEAR
COEFFICIENT**
8
2.5 x 10-4
52
16.2 x 10-4
-4
64
13.0 x 10-4
-4
57
14.1 x 10-4
86
12.2 x 10-4
3.0 x 10-4
CODE:STOODITE
E - Less6than 5 mpy (<0.13
mm/y)6.2 x 10
29
G
5
-20
mpy
(0.13
0.51
mm/y)
STOODITE 12
12
2.7 x 10
S - 20-50 mpy (0.51-1.27 mm/y)
STOODITE 21
–
–
U - More than 50 mpy (>1.27 mm/y)
Stoody 50
18
5 x 10-4
12
Stoody 60
12
5 x 10-4
11
3.0 x 10-4
Stoody C
–
–
105
11.0 x 10-4
* T
ested for 2000 revolutions at a load of 30 lb (13.6 kg) using a 9 inch (229 mm) diameter
rubber wheel and dry sand.
** T
he wear coefficient (K) was calculated
using the equation: KPL
V
P
L
h
=
=
=
=
h
where V = Wear volume (mm3);
Load (kg);
Sliding distance (mm);
Diamond pyramid hardness
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Rubber
Wheel
SAND
Load
Wheel Test Specimen
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STOODITE® (COBALT) - COMPARATIVE & TEST DATA
COMPARATIVE CORROSION RESISTANCE DATA*
Corrosion resistance is an important parameter in some applications. Comparative data for corrosion resistance for
both weak and strong acids is provided.
GAS
GAS TUNGSTEN
TUNGSTEN ARC DEPOSITS
DEPOSITS
ALLOY
MEDIA
ACETIC
ACID
FORMIC
ACID
NITRIC
ACID
PHOSPHORIC
ACID
SULFURIC
ACID
CONCENTRATION
& TEMPERATURE
30%
BOILING
80%
BOILING
65%
150°F (66°C)
50%
150°F (66°C)
5%
150°F (66°C)
STOODITE 1
G
–
S
E
E
STOODITE 6H
E
E
U
E
E
STOODITE 12
G
E
E
E
E
STOODITE 21
E
E
E
E
E
STOODY 50
U
S
U
–
U
STOODY 60
U
G
U
–
U
STOODY C
E
E
S
–
E
*F
ive-24 hour test periods. Determined in laboratory tests. It is recommended that samples be tested under actual plant conditions.
CODE: E - Less than 5 mpy (<0.13 mm/y)
G - 5 -20 mpy (0.13 - 0.51 mm/y)
S - 20 - 50 mpy (0.51 - 1.27 mm/y)
U - More than 50 mpy (>1.27 mm/y)
COMPARATIVE AVERAGE ADHESIVE WEAR DATA*
ALLOY
DEPOSITION
METHOD
VOLUME LOSS, mm3
90 lb
(40.9 kg)
Load
150 lb
(68.2 kg)
Load
210 lb
(95.5 kg)
Load
300 lb
(136.3 kg)
Load
STOODITE 1
Oxyacetylene
0.61
0.61
0.66
0.82
STOODITE 6
Oxyacetylene
1.03
2.57
9.54
18.8
STOODITE 6H
Gas Tungsten Arc
1.19
–
11.38
–
STOODITE 12
Oxyacetylene
0.9
2.39
–
18.4
STOODITE 21
Gas Tungsten Arc
2.5
5.2
10.3
14.5
STOODY 50
Gas Tungsten Arc
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.4
Stoody 60
Gas Tungsten Arc
0.11
0.15
0.18
0.27
Stoody C
Gas Tungsten Arc
0.3
0.4
2.3
–
*A
verage of two or more tests in air against a case-hardened SAE 4620 steel ring
(Rockwell C-63). Ring rotated at 80 rpm. Total sliding distance - 2.2 x 105 mm
Load
Alloy Wear Test
Specimen (Block)
Alloy Wear Test
Specimen or
comparison
standard (ring).
(May be identical
or dissimilar alloy
to block specimen)
Lubricant Vessel
(optional)
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STOODITE® (COBALT) - APPLICATION REFERENCE
METALS THAT CAN BE HARDFACED
ALLOY
EASILY
Low & Medium Carbon Steels
(up to 0.40 % C)
Can be hardfaced by all welding processes with excellent results. Preheating and post-heating not
generally required except with large masses of metal and where cracking must be avoided.
Higher Carbon Steels
(0.40 % C and above)
Can be hardfaced by all welding processes. Preheating and post-heating advisable in many
cases. Stress relief is highly beneficial. Parts heat-treated to high hardness should be annealed before
hardfacing.
Low Alloy Steels
Can be hardfaced by all welding processes. Use same procedure as for straight carbon steels of
similar carbon content. These steels have good strength and provide excellent support for
hardfacing deposits.
Nickel
Oxyacetylene and tungsten inert gas arc processes preferred. Avoid overheating of base metal to
prevent porosity and dilution of the weld deposit. The non-ferrous, hardfacing alloys are preferred in
applications involving corrosion.
Monel®
Should be preheated before hardfacing (approximately 1200°F) and stress relieved afterward.
Close control of heat input essential to prevent cracking.
Chrome Nickel Stainless Steels
(Excluding free machining or
titanium bearing grades)
Can be hardfaced by all welding processes. Oxyacetylene produces undiluted deposits.
Reduce excess acetylene flame when corrosion resistance of base metal is an important factor.
Type 347 Stainless Steel
Can be hardfaced by all welding processes. Oxyacetylene produces undiluted deposits.
Reduce excess acetylene flame when corrosion resistance of base metal is an important factor.
Better suited for corrosion resistance than unstabilized types.
11-14 % Manganese Steel
Use arc welding only. Keep base metal cool by skip welding. Deposit short beads.
Peening is highly beneficial with manganese steel electrodes.
ALLOY
WITH SOME DIFFICULTY
Cast Iron
Oxyacetylene - Preferred on small parts. Preheat, post heat and slow cool will minimize
cracking tendencies. Lower melting hardfacing alloys like Stoody 50 and Stoody 60 will tend
to show lower dilution.
Type 321 Stainless Steel
Inert gas arc process preferred. Oxyacetylene deposits tend to be porous. Avoid overheating base
metals. Substitute type 347 is possible.
Straight Chrome Stainless Steel
Type 400
Can be hardfaced by all welding processes. Careful attention to preheat and interpass
temperature required. Special cooling procedure essential to obtain crack free deposits.
Heat treated parts should be annealed before hardfacing.
Tool & Die Steels Water Hardening Types W1, W2, W4;
Oil Hardening Types O1, L2, L7;
Air Hardening Types A2;
Hot Work Types H11, H12, H13
Can be hardfaced by all welding processes. Heat treated parts should in most cases be
annealed before hardfacing. Careful attention to preheat, interpass, and post heating
temperatures are essential. Controlled cooling required. Stress relief is highly beneficial.
Heat treatment of base metal after hardfacing is sometimes desirable.
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PREHEATING METALS CHART
Preheating the part being fabricated may be necessary to prevent cracks in the base metal. The amount of preheat
depends upon the carbon content and the alloy of the base metal. Higher carbon metals require higher preheat.
The temperatures recommended in the chart are minimum for each base metal. Preheating the part being hardfaced
may also be necessary to prevent cracks in the deposit.
CARBON CONTENT %
RECOMMENDED PREHEAT ºF
.10 - .30
200 - 300
.30 - .45
300 - 500
.45 - .80
500 - 800
.10 - .30
300 - 500
.30 - .35
500 - 800
Up to .35
300 - 600
.35 - .50
500 - 900
1.25
Usually Not Required*
Up to .20
200 - 500
.20 - .40
500 - 700
.10 - .20
200 - 500
.20 - .40
400 - 700
Up to .30
400 - 700
.30 - .50
700 - 1100
Up to .20
400 - 600
.20 - .40
600 - 900
Up to .15
400 - 700
.15 - .25
500 - 800
Up to .15
500 - 900
.15 - .25
600 - 900
High Chromium Steels (4xx Type)
Up to .10
300 - 500
High Chromium Nickel Stainless Steels
(3xx Type)
Up to .10
Usually Not Required. But May be
Desirable to Remove Chill
METAL GROUP
Standard Carbon Steels
Carbon Molybdenum Steels
Manganese Steels (13xx) 12%
Manganese
High Tensile Steels
Nickel Steels (2xxx Type)
Medium Nickel - Chromium (3xxx Type)
Molybdenum Bearing Chromium and
Chromium Steels (4xxx Type)
Low Chromium (2%)
Molybdenum Steels
Medium Chromium (5-8%)
Molybdenum Steels
*W
hen welding outdoors in extremely cold weather, 11% - 13% manganese steel parts should be warmed to 100 - 200°F (38 - 93°C).
Under normal conditions 11% - 13% manganese steel should not be preheated and welding temperatures over 500°F (260°C) should be
avoided for prolonged periods.
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STOODITE® (COBALT) - APPLICATION REFERENCE
GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW)
Gas tungsten arc deposition is particularly suitable for reactive
substrate and produces clean deposits not excessively diluted
with the substrate. The heat of the process is more localized
than the oxyacetylene flame. It is a useful alternative to
oxyacetylene depositing when large components or difficult
base metals are involved. Some iron pick-up from the base
metals occurs in the first layer but when the proper technique
is adhered to there should be little softening or other
reduction in properties.
DC electrode negative (straight polarity) is always used with
the largest tungsten electrode possible to minimize tungsten
contamination of the weld pool.
MANUAL OXYACETYLENE WELDING (OFW)
Manual oxyacetylene deposition is a commonly used process.
Anyone familiar with general welding practice should have
no difficulty in learning to hardface. The technique is simple,
although it is different from fusion welding. Only the surface
of the base metal in the immediate being hardfaced is brought
to the melting temperature. Then the hardfacing rod is melted
and spread over the surface of the base metal. The melted rod
should not mix with the base material but should bond with
the surface to become a layer of new metal. This concept is
critical since excessive penetration and dilution degrade the
properties of both the deposit and the base metal.
The oxyacetylene process is preferred for small parts.
Cracking can be minimized by using adequate preheat,
post heat and slow cooling.
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (SMAW)
Shielded metal arc deposition is another way to apply hardfacing
weld deposits and uses coated electrodes. These electrodes
make application quick and produce smooth, sound deposits.
Weldability is excellent and electrodes can be applied either
AC or DC; however, reverse polarity DC is preferred. The
coating on the electrode transfers to the weld bead in the
form of a tight slag sheath protecting the bead against
atmospheric oxygen. Upon cooling, the slag coating will
loosen and fall away from the bead.
Flame adjustment is important in the oxyacetylene process.
The pale core of the oxyacetylene flame is called the
inner cone; the bluish burning area is the outer envelope of the
flame.
1
RECOMMENDED CURRENT SETTINGS (SMAW)
The amount of excess acetylene is expressed in terms of the
length of the inner cone. If the total feather is twice as long as
the cone, it is called a 2X flame. If the feather is three times as
long as the inner cone, it is a 3X flame. A 3X flame is normally
used for oxyacetylene surfacing when using cobalt-base rods.
DIAMETER - in (mm)
AMPERAGE
*DC MODE
AC MODE
1/8 (3.2)
85 - 110
90 - 120
5/32 (4.0)
120 - 150
135 - 160
3/16 (4.8)
150 - 175
160 - 180
1/4 (6.4)
200 - 250
220 - 270
1 /2 X
When the oxygen-to-acetylene mixture has a one-to-one ratio,
the flame adjustment is known as "neutral." When there is an
excess of acetylene, there is a third zone betweenXthe inner
cone and the outer envelope that has an intermediate whitish
color. This zone is called the "excess acetylene" feather.
RECOMMENDED
FLAME (OFW)
ALLOY
* Reverse polarity, medium arc length
GAS METAL ARC WELDING (GMAW)
Gas metal arc welding provides the fastest welding process
of the methods referenced herein. By the use of welding
parameters, the dilution of the deposit can be kept at relatively
low amounts. The deposits are similar to shielded metal arc
deposits with higher deposition rates and much higher
deposition efficiency.
3X
FLAME
Stoodite 1
3X
Stoodite 6
3X
Stoodite 12
3X
Stoody 50
1X
Stoody 60
11⁄2 X
X
11/2 X
X
3X
X
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PRODUCT
14-24 Borium CS
16-30 Bulk Borium
308L T-1 AP
309L T-1 AP
316L T-1 AP
60 TG
63 TG
64 TG
65 TG
85 TG
86 TG
87 TG
AC-DC BOROD®
AC-DC TUBE BORIUM®
ACETYLENE TUBE BORIUM
BARE BOROD
BRILLIANT® 2209 T-1 AP
BRILLIANT 2594 T-1 AP
BRILLIANT 410NiMo T-1 AP
BTS
BUILD-UP
BUILD-UP AP-G
BUILD-UP LH
CASTWELD™ 55
CASTWELD 57
CASTWELD 99
CASTWELD Ni 30-G
CASTWELD Ni 30-O
CASTWELD Ni 30-O/S
CASTWELD Ni 55-O/G
CASTWELD Ni 55-O/S
CASTWELD Ni 55-S
CTS
DYNAMANG
DYNAMANG-S
FOUNDRY CO-MANG®
FOUNDRY CO-MANG-O
HORSESHOE BORIUM®
HYDROLOY® 914
M7-G
NICROMANG®
NICROMANG PLUS
NICROMANG PLUS
POP TURNTABLE
RAIL END 932
RAIL END 932-0
SA MANGANESE
See TRACKWEAR
SA/SUPER 20
SELF HARDENING (SHIP)
SOS 423
SOS 430
STOODCOR™ 136
STOODITE® 1
STOODITE 1-M
STOODITE 12
STOODITE 12-M
STOODITE 12-S
STOODITE® 21
STOODITE 21-M
STOODITE 21-S
STOODITE 6
STOODITE 6-M
STOODITE 6-S
STOODITE 6-T
STOODITE 6H
STOODITE Co01-PL
STOODITE Co06-PL
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79
79
74
74
74
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
23
23
23
23
73
73
73
20
30
30
12
15
15
15
35
35
61
34
61
61
21
31
61
13
32
24
75
37
12
13
31
58
17
37
32
49
18
69
69
45
27
56
27
56
71
28
57
72
26
55
71
55
26
81
82
PRODUCT
PAGE
NO.
PRODUCT
PAGE
NO.
STOODITE Co12-PL
STOODITE Co21-PL
STOODY 100HC
STOODY 100HD
STOODY 100XHC
STOODY 101AP
STOODY 101HC
STOODY 101HD
STOODY 101HT
STOODY 101HWP
STOODY 102-G
STOODY 102-O
STOODY 103CP
STOODY 105-G & 105-O
STOODY 110 or 110MC
STOODY 1102
STOODY 1105
STOODY 111-O & 111-G
STOODY 117
STOODY 120
STOODY 121
STOODY 130
STOODY 131
STOODY 133
STOODY 134
STOODY 135
STOODY 143
STOODY 143-S
STOODY 145
STOODY 145-S
STOODY 155FC
STOODY 160-E
STOODY 160FC
STOODY 160FS
STOODY 166FS
STOODY 182-T1
STOODY 19
STOODY 21
STOODY 2110
STOODY 2134
STOODY 31
STOODY 33
STOODY 35
STOODY 45
STOODY 50
STOODY 60
STOODY 60-M
STOODY 600
STOODY 622-T1
STOODY 625-T1
STOODY 625LI-T1
STOODY 6030-PLC
STOODY 6030-PLM
STOODY 6030-PLS
STOODY 6040-PLC
STOODY 6040-PLM
STOODY 6040-PLS
STOODY 6050-PLC
STOODY 6050-PLM
STOODY 6050-PLS
STOODY 6051-PLC
STOODY 6051-PLM
STOODY 6051-PLS
STOODY 670
STOODY 182-T1
STOODY 964-G
STOODY 964 AP-G
STOODY 965 AP-G
82
82
43
46
47
45
44
47
45
47
36
36
70
36
33
16
16
33
40
33
41
52
41
41
42
42
50
70
51
70
52
25
53
53
53
76
18
19
14
21
19
18
20
22
28
29
57
40
77
77
77
80
80
80
80
80
80
81
81
81
81
81
81
40
76
38, 43
38, 42
39
STOODY 965-G
STOODY 965-O
STOODY 966-G
STOODY 968-O
STOODY 970-G
STOODY A-T1
STOODY C276-T1
STOODY C
STOODY C-M
STOODY C-S
STOODY HB-56
STOODY HB-64
STOODY HB-NoMag
STOODY HB-Ti
STOODY CP2000
STOODY CP2000-S
STOODY CP2001
STOODY PC2009
STOODY PR2009
STOODY R-20 FLUX
STOODY ROLL RITE FLUX
STOODY SOS 307 MOD.
STOODY TB-2954
STOODY TB-20062
STOODY THERMASPRAY 140
STOODY THERMASPRAY 160
STOODY THERMASPRAY 1334
STOODY TYPE S FLUX
STOODY XHC
SUPER 20
SUPER BUILD-UP
THERMACLAD® 102
THERMACLAD 104
THERMACLAD 104TJ
THERMACLAD 105
THERMACLAD 105B
THERMACLAD 107
THERMACLAD 412
THERMACLAD 417
THERMACLAD 42
THERMACLAD 420
THERMACLAD 423
THERMACLAD 423Co
THERMACLAD 423H
THERMACLAD 423L
THERMACLAD 423N
THERMACLAD 440
THERMACLAD 443
THERMACLAD 445
THERMACLAD 446
THERMACLAD 454
THERMACLAD 455
THERMACLAD 457
THERMACLAD 4552
THERMACLAD 630
THERMACLAD 8620
THERMACLAD MULTIPASS 1
THERMACLAD MULTIPASS 2
THERMACLAD ROLL BUILD 3
TRACKWEAR® - coated
TRACKWEAR
TUBE BORIUM® H
VANCAR®
VANCAR E
VANCAR G
VERSALLOY® AP-G
VERSALLOY PLUS
VIBRATORY FEEDER SYSTEM
39
39
47
48
48
76
77
29
57
72
54
54
54
54
49
70
50
46
46
58
58
34
24
24
75
75
75
58
22
22
36
63
59
62
62
62
62
64
64
64
64
65
65
66
66
66
67
67
67
60
68
68
68
63
69
59
60
60
59
14
32
24
52
25
25
34
14
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WEIGHT
DEPTH
OUTER DIA.
(O.D.)
Plastic Tube
5 lb (2.27 kg)
14-13/16" (37.6 cm)
1 -3/4" (4.5 cm)
MANUAL RODS
& ELECTRODES
WEIGHT
WIDTH
HEIGHT
DEPTH
Vacuum Package (Vac Pak) Box
5 lb (2.27 kg)
14-5/8" (37.2 cm)
4-7/16" (11.3 cm)
2-1/8" (5.4 cm)
Vacuum Package (Vac Pak) Box
10 lb (4.5 kg)
14-5/8" (37.2 cm)
4-7/16" (11.3 cm)
2-1/8" (5.4 cm)
Box - 14" (35.6 cm) Product
10 lb (4.5 kg)
15" (38.1 cm)
4-1/4" (10.8 cm)
2-1/16" (5.4 cm)
Box - 18" (45.7 cm) Product
10 lb (4.5 kg)
19-1/8" (48.6 cm)
4-5/16" (11.0 cm)
2-1/4" (5.7 cm)
Box - 28" (71.1 cm) Product
10 lb (4.5 kg)
29-1/4" (74.3 cm)
1-1/2" (3.8 cm)
4" (10.2 cm)
Carton - 14" (35.6 cm) Product
50 lb (22.7 kg)
15-13/16" (40.2 cm)
9-9/16" (24.3 cm)
6-13/16" (17.3 cm)
Carton - 18" (45.7 cm) Product
50 lb (22.7 kg)
19-7/8" (50.5 cm)
9-1/4" (23.5 cm)
7-1/4" (18.4 cm)
Bulk Package - 14" (35.6 cm) Product
60 lb (27.2 kg)
15-7/16" (39.2 cm)
6" (15.2 cm)
5-7/8" (14.9 cm)
Bulk Package - 18" (45.7 cm) Product
60 lb (27.2 kg)
18-3/4" (47.6 cm)
5-1/4" (13.3 cm)
5-1/4" (13.3 cm)
Bulk Package - 28" (71.1 cm) Product
60 lb (27.2 kg)
29-3/4" (75.6 cm)
4-1/4" (10.8 cm)
4-7/16" (11.3 cm)
WIRE - BOXED SPOOLS
& WIRE BASKETS
WEIGHT
Plastic Spool (PS)
Box - Cardboard
5 lb (2.27 kg)
Plastic Spool (PS)
Box - Cardboard
10 lb (4.5 kg)
Plastic Spool (PS)
Box - Cardboard
25 lb (11.3 kg)
Plastic Spool (PS)
Box - Cardboard
33 lb (15 kg)
Wire Basket (WB)
Box - Cardboard
25 lb (4.5 kg)
Wire Basket (WB)
Box - Cardboard
33 lb (15 kg)
Plastic Spool (PS)
Box - Cardboard
50 lb (22.7 kg)
Coil (Cardboard Core)
Box - Cardboard
60 lb (27.2 kg)
WIDTH
HEIGHT
8-1/4" (21 cm)
8-1/2" (21.6 cm)
DEPTH
OUTER DIA.
(O.D.)
INNER DIA.
(I.D.)
2-1/4" (5.4 cm)
7-7/8" (20 cm)
3-3/4" (9.5 cm)
7-7/8" (20 cm)
3-3/4" (9.5 cm)
11-3/4" (29.9 cm)
7-1/2" (19.1 cm)
11-3/4" (29.9 cm)
7-1/2" (19.1 cm)
11-3/4" (29.9 cm)
7-1/2" (19.1 cm)
11-3/4" (29.9 cm)
7-1/2" (19.1 cm)
16-7/8" (42.9 cm)
12-1/2" (31.8 cm)
16-1/2" (41.9 cm)
12" (30.5 cm)
2-3/4" (7 cm)
2-1/4" (5.4 cm)
8-1/4" (21 cm)
8-1/2" (21.6 cm)
2-3/4" (7 cm)
4" (10.2 cm)
12-3/16" (31 cm)
13" (33 cm)
4-5/8" (11.8 cm)
4" (10.2 cm)
12-3/16" (31 cm)
13" (33 cm)
4-5/8" (11.8 cm)
3-15/16" (10 cm)
12-3/16" (31 cm)
13" (33 cm)
4-5/8" (11.8 cm)
3-15/16" (10 cm)
12-3/16" (31 cm)
13" (33 cm)
4-5/8" (11.8 cm)
3-3/4" (9.5 cm)
16-7/8" (42.9 cm)
17-1/4" (43.8 cm)
4-5/8" (11.8 cm)
4" (10.2 cm)
16-7/8" (42.9 cm)
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17-1/4" (43.8 cm)
4-5/8" (11.8 cm)
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WIRE - DRUMS
WEIGHT
HEIGHT
OUTER DIA.
(O.D.)
No Twist Pak (NTP)
Varies
32-1/4" (81.9 cm)
20 -7/8" (53 cm)
Quarter Pak (QP)
110 lb (50 kg)
15" (38.1 cm)
23 -7/8" (60.6 cm)
Half Pak (HP)
200 lb (90.7 kg)
15" (38.1 cm)
23 -7/8" (60.6 cm)
Payoff Pak (POP)
500 lb (226.8 kg)
31-1/2" (80 cm)
23 -7/8" (60.6 cm)
Payoff Pak (POP)
750 lb (340.2 kg)
35" (88.9 cm)
23 -7/8" (60.6 cm)
PTA POWDER - BOXED
BOTTLES
WEIGHT
Single Pack - Plastic Bottle
Box - Cardboard
10 lb (4.5 kg)
Standard Pack (4) - Plastic
Bottles
Box - Cardboard
40 lb (18.2 kg)
WIDTH
HEIGHT
DEPTH
3-1/4" (8.3 cm)
8-5/8" (21.9 cm)
3-1/4" (8.3 cm)
3-5/8" (9.2 cm)
9-5/8" (24.5 cm)
3-1/2" (8.89 cm)
3-1/4" (8.3 cm)
8-5/8" (21.9 cm)
3-1/4" (8.3 cm)
7-1/4" (18.4 cm)
9-1/2" (24.1 cm)
7-1/4" (18.4 cm)
Technical Ordering Data
AWS A5.01, “Welding Consumables – Procurement of Filler Metals and Fluxes”, is recommended for customers ordering AWS materials.
Chemical analysis and calculated ferrite for each lot of AWS materials are available without charge (Testing Schedule “H”). Testing Schedules I, J,
or K, or other special requirements must be requested at the time the order is placed (including actual chemical analyses for non-AWS materials).
Test Charges
�All Weld Metal Tensile Test with Radiography
�Fillet Weld Tests (per position and current type)
�Longitudinal Face Bend Test
�All Weld Metal Tensile Test with AWS Post Weld Heat Treatment and
Radiography
�Charpy V Notch Impact Test
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COATED
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LENGTH
STANDARD SHIPPING
CONTAINER WEIGHT
UNITS IN
STANDARD
PACKAGING
UNIT
CONTAINER
3/32" (2.4 mm)
9" (231 mm)
30 lb (13.6 kg)
6
5 lb (2.27 kg)
1/8" (3.2 mm), 5/32" (4.0 mm), 3/16" (4.8 mm),
1/4" (6.4 mm), 5/16" (7.9 mm)
14" (356 mm)
60 lb (27.2 kg)
6
10 lb (4.54 kg)
PACKAGING
PALLET WEIGHTS FOR STOODY® PRODUCTS
ITEM
PALLET WEIGHT
5 lb and 10 lb plastic spools measure 2" I.D. x 8" O.D.
25 lb and 33 lb wire baskets measure 2" I.D. x 12" O.D.
50 lb Polypaks and 60 lb coils have 12" I.D.
Manual Rods & Electrodes
10 lb (4.5 kg) Vacuum Packages
1440 lb (653 kg)
10 lb (4.5 kg) Boxes
1440 lb (653 kg)
60 lb (27.2 kg) Bulk Packages
1800 lb (816 kg)
Packaging Abbreviations
HP = Half Pak (200 lb)
LLW = Level Layer Wound
NTP = No Twist Pak
POP = Payoff Pak (500 lb)
Note: Bare cast rods come in 5 lb (2.27 kg) tubes
Stainless Steel, Cobalt and Nickel Wires
25 lb (11.3 kg) Spools
600 lb (272 kg)
33 lb (15 kg) Wire Baskets
792 lb (359 kg)
50 lb (22.7 kg) PP
1200 lb (544 kg)
60 lb (27.2 kg) Coils
1440 lb (653 kg)
METRIC CONVERSION CHART
Submerged Arc Wires
33 lb (15 kg) Wire Baskets
792 lb (359 kg)
50 lb (22.7 kg) PP
1200 lb (544 kg)
60 lb (27.2 kg) Coils
1440 lb (653 kg)
500 lb (226.8 kg) POP
500 lb (227 kg)
110 lb (50 kg) QP
220 lb (100 kg)
200 lb (90.7 kg) HP
400 lb (181 kg)
WARNING Protect yourself and others. Before you use
this product, read and understand this label, the appropiate
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), the manufacturer’s
instructions and your employer’s safety practices. The MSDS
is available upon request from your distributor, your employer.
HEAT RAYS (INFRARED RADIATION from flame or
hot metal), from oxyfuel process can injure eyes.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. ARC RAYS can injure
eyes and burn skin. FUMES AND GASES can be
hazardous to your health.
n
Keep your head out of fumes. The primary entry route for
welding fumes and gases is by inhalation. Short-term overexposure to welding fumes may result In fever, dizzness,
nausea, or dryness or irritation of nose, throat or eyes and
may aggravate pre-existing
PP = Polypak
PS = Plastic Spool
QP = Quarter Pak (110 lb)
WB = Wire Basket
0.035" = 0.9 mm
7/64" = 2.8 mm
0.045" = 1.2 mm
1/8" = 3.2 mm
0.052" = 1.3 mm
5/32" = 4.0 mm
1/16" = 1.6 mm
3/16" = 4.8 mm
5/64" = 2.0 mm
1/4" = 6.4 mm
3/32" = 2.4 mm
5/16" = 8.0 mm
1 lb = 0.4536 kg
respiratory conditions. Long term over-exposure to welding
fumes may harm your respiratory function and pulmonary
function and may lead to siderois (iron deposits in the lungs).
Manganese over-exposer may affect the central nervous
system, resulting in impaired speech and movement. OSHA
considers chromium and nickel compounds carcinogens.
n
se enough ventilation and exhaust at the arc (flame) to keep
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fumes and gases from your breathing zone and general area.
If you are concerned about the ventilation of your work area,
request that your employer conduct appropriate testing.
n
his product contains or produces a chemical known to
T
the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects (or
other reproductive harm). (California Health and Safety Code
25249.5 et seg.)
n
Wear correct eye, ear, and body protection.
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n
Do not permit electrically live parts to touch skin, clothing
or gloves. Insulate yourself from work and ground.
n
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Imediately call for medical aid.
Employ first aid techniques recommended by the Red Cross.
n
See American National Standard Z49.1 Safety In Welding,
Cutting and Allied Processes, published by the American
Welding Society, PO Box 351040, Miami, FL 33135: OSHA
Safety and Health Standards. 29 CFR 1910, available from
the US Goverment Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.
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FOR THE END USER OF THIS PRODUCT
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