A bucket repair on site is usually pre-heated and welded with but as this one is on workshop floor best to use FCAW, how many of you called me a tube so far? BTW, I'm not getting bitchy, only passing on what I've picked up on my travels. Is it getting bitchy on here or is it just me having the crack Oh dear 50mm damm that's 2 inches sorry this was done on 3 inches or 75mm to you lot It doesnt make it wrong and its certainly not improper practice. It's also common after completing the welding of teeth adaptors to blend the welds in.
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Si Welding (In accordance with NF: EN ). Readily. be used for Hardox and in the thickness range – mm. If the wear properties of the weld metal are essential, the top cap of the joint could be. Try this we are welding 25mm thich abro using Bohler positional very wide hardness range (ex = abro can be to about brinell.
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Take a look at the link below for a rough idea. So let me get this right Also, post heating is NOT advisable on Hardox.
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It's always advisable to preheat from the opposite side that you're going to weld on, usually with a propane torch, keeping the flame around 10" or so away from the plate and measuring the temperature 75mm away from welded joint.
As Al said job done, Thanks for the advice on this one, Really was an eyeopener on the careful prep on such a beast Everything, bare wire, though they did have a SAW section, for the chassis's but everything else was welded with bare wire.
MPa/ ksi) may be used for Hardox and in the thickness range are essential, the top cap of the joint could be welded with. method can be used for welding these steels to any type of weldable steel.
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. °C can be used in certain cases for Weldox – and for Hardox HiTuf.
Take your point, but theres often more than one way to skin a cat. I was merely showing the manufacturers recommendations. SRG Yes you can weld buckets with a and preheat. I don't think it's getting bitchy, I think the problem is, at least in my 'non experience of welding buckets mind', is that the op has mentioned 'large'.
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|We have improved th pre-heat, we are now rooting and putting in a hot pass with flux core prior to SAW and we seem to have sloved the main issue of cracking, still getting a few transverse cracks but this has always been an issue for us with the hardox Take your point, but theres often more than one way to skin a cat.
The only thing you can do theoretically yes is alter the pre and post heat.
As for the lining the and skips that would have been since so not that long ago. I have downloaded all the technical specs and welding information previously and we have been following the welding guidlines, we have been welding hardox on other jobs with the same procedure without problems.
Believe it or not I was referring to a stint I had working for Cat at their Peterlee factory.