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Wear plates production

Deposition welding (hardfacing) of the EIPA compound plates

The EIPA plate consists of a carrier plate with a wear-resistant or corrosion-resistant layer.
Three different welding processes are used:

  • Flux-core-wire plus process
During this process, the plates are coated through an oscillation welding technique. Consumables materials are made of a flux-core-wire and a ferro-alloyed powder.

   Flux-core-wire plus

 

  • EIPA 2.0 process
During this process, the plates are coated through an oscillation welding technique. A twin-arc welding technique is used and wear consumables are made of a flux-core-wire and a ferro-alloyed powder.

   EIPA 2.0 process



  • PTA process (Plasma Transferred Arc)
During this process, the plates are welded through a plasma transferred arc (PTA). Welding consumables are used in powder form.

   PTA (Plasma Transferred Arc)


  • Straightening the EIPA compounds plates
As a last step, the evenness of the plate is checked and possibly straightened through rollers.


  • Surface states
Three surface state qualities are available, such as welded, sandblasted, buffed or ground.

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