SHARP - MONEL
Building up of worn surfaces on Castings Correcting of Machining Errors on Castings Fabricating Cast Iron Machine Components Filling up Casting Defects Fractures in Heavy Castings Welding of Cast Iron to Mild Steel
It is an all positional electrode having a a core wire of low melting point monel metal for cold welding cast iron without preheating and for getting a machinable weld on cast iron. The electrode gives a nickel-copper (monel) deposit.
Special Instructions for Welding Cast Iron Electrodes:
Point up with the electrode. Grind or chisel. Drill our any cracks which may end in the workpiece to prevent further cracking. Remove any casting scale present. Pre-heat hollow bodies or stress-prone and complicated workpieces to 200 to 250°C. With pure nickel or nickel-copper consumable materials, weld absolutely not more than 10 times the electrode diameter after each other (30 to 50mm). Hammer out the welding beads immediately to re