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  • PREMIUM PRODUCT RANGE

    SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE

    Stronger, with Castolin EutecticStronger, with Castolin Eutectic

  • Tel:+43 1 869 45 41 www.castolin.com2European Product Catalogue.

    Castolin Eutectic is a registered BS EN ISO 9001:2000 Company.

    Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of the technical information contained in the publi-cation, it is provided for guidance only and Castolin Eutectic will not accept any liability resulting from its use.

    Castolin past foundations, building for the future

    A CENTURY OF HISTORY

    1906: Foundation of Castolin in Lausanne, Switzerland by Jean-Pierre Wasserman. His stroke of genius: to discover a way of welding cast iron at low temperature; in the following years, his innovation was further developed for all industrial metals including aluminium alloys. 1940: Foundation of Eutectic Welding Alloys Corporation in New York 1952: Foundation of Castolin France 1959: Foundation of Eutectic Japan Ltd 1962: Foundation of Eutectic India Ltd. 1960s: International consolidation under Castolin Eutectic1970s: Creation of training centers for Maintenance & Repair technologies1978: Establishment of World Head Quarters in St-Sulpice, Switzerland 2000: Merger with Messer Cutting & Welding and creation of the MEC Group - Messer Eutectic Castolin

    Today MEC - Messer Eutectic Castolin is:

    A world-wide group with over 2300 collaborators Established in all industrialised countries through subsidiaries4 production plants in Europe 4 production plants on the American continent 2 production plants in Asia 4 complementary technologies: welding, brazing, cutting, thermal spraying

    Continuous evolution and progress

    The traditional core competence for Castolin is the constant fight against industrial wear and tear using maintenance fusion technologies. Our long experience in research and deve-lopment has created numerous patents and progress in the field of industrial materials and metallurgy, surface engineered protective coatings and associated processes. Throughout our hundred year history, Castolin has pioneered product developments at the leading edge of technology with exceptional performance qualities for practical industrial applications leading to conservation of valuable raw material and energy resources.

  • Tel:+43 1 869 45 41 www.castolin.com3European Product Catalogue

    YOUR RESOURCE FOR PROTECTION, REPAIR AND JOINING SOLUTIONS

    Castolin Gesellschaft m.b.H.Brunner Strasse 69

    1235 Vienna, Austria

    Phone: +43 - (0)1 - 869 45 41 - 0Fax: +43 - (0)1 - 869 45 41 - 10

    email: castolin@castolin.athomepage: www.castolin.at

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    1 LOW HEAT INPUT WELDING ALLOYS 6

    11 EUTECTRODE MANUAL ELECTRODES 611.10 Welding Cast Irons 611.20 Welding Steels 711.23 Welding Stainless Steels 811.26 Welding Structural Steels 911.30 Welding Copper Alloys 911.35 Welding Aluminium Alloys 911.40 Gouging, Chamfering, Cutting 911.50 Carbide Alloy Coatings 1011.53 Alloy Steel Coatings 1111.56 Nickel Alloy and Cobalt Alloy Coatings 11

    12 CASTOMIG-MAG WELDING WIRES 1212.23 Welding Stainless Steels 1212.26 Welding Structural Steels 1312.30 Welding Copper Alloys 1312.35 Welding Aluminium Alloys 1412.53 Alloy Steel Coatings 1412.56 Nickel Alloy Coatings 14

    13 CASTOTIG WELDING RODS 1513.20 Welding Special Steels 1513.23 Welding Stainless Steels 1513.26 Welding Structural Steels 1513.30 Welding Copper Alloys 1613.35 Welding Aluminium Alloys 1613.53 Alloy Steel Coatings 1613.56 Nickel Alloy and Cobalt Alloy Coatings 17

    14 ENDOTEC CORED WIRES (GAS SHIELDED) 1814.10 Welding Cast Irons 1814.20 Welding Steels 1814.23 Welding Stainless Steels 1814.50 Carbide Alloy Coatings 1814.53 Alloy Steel Coatings 1914.56 Nickel Alloy and Cobalt Alloy Coatings 20

    15 TEROMATEC CORED WIRES (SELF SHIELDED) 2115.50 Carbide Alloy Coatings 2115.53 Alloy Steel Coatings 21

    2 LOW TEMPERATURE BRAZING AND SOLDERING ALLOYS 24

    21 ECOBRAZ RANGES 2421.10 Capillary Soldering Brazing Alloys 2422.10 Self-Fluxing Brazing Alloys for Copper 2523.10 Gas Welding and Brazing Alloys 2523.20 Wearfacing Alloys 2624.10 Soldering Alloys 2727.10 Fluxes 2828.10 Brazing Light Metal Alloy and Soldering Pastes 31

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

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    3 POWDERS AND WIRES FOR THERMAL SPRAYING 36

    31 POWDERS FOR THERMAL SPRAYING 3631.10 RotoTec Alloy powders for "cold" spray process 3631.20 ProXon One-step alloy powders for "cold" spray process 3731.30 Eutalloy Self-fluxing powders for spraying with simultaneous fusion 3831.40 Eutalloy SF Self-fluxing powders for spraying with simultaneous fusion 3831.50 Eutalloy RW Self-fluxing powders for spraying with subsequent fusion 3931.60 CastoPlast Polymer powders for thermal spray process 3931.70 MetaCeram Ceramic and refractory powders for "cold" thermal spray process 4031.80 EuTroLoy Alloy powders for PTA (Plasma Transferred Arc) process 40

    32 WIRES FOR THERMAL SPRAYING 4132.10 EuTronic Arc spray wires Alloy wires for arc spraying 41

    4 COMPOSITE WEAR FACING MATERIALS 42

    41 MECATEC - COLD SURFACING TECHNOLOGY POLYMERS 42

    9 CASTODUR DIAMOND PLATES 44

    91 WELD CLADDED PLATES 44

    92 POWDER COATED PLATES 45

    93 CASTOTUBES 45

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 1 LOW HEAT INPUT WELDING ALLOYS

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    1 LOW HEAT INPUT WELDING ALLOYS

    11.10 WELDING CAST IRONS

    2-44 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Special electrode with high nickel content for contaminated cast irons. This electrode is highly recommended for welding without preheating old and oil-soaked cast irons, whetever for joining or overlaying, as well as for buttering before welding with bronze electrodes.Rm: 330 MPa Rp0.2: 300 MPa

    XHD 2230 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Nickel iron electrode with bimetallic core wire developed for welding grey cast iron to steel or engineering cast iron grades with spheroidal graphite. Deposits have highest mechanical properties and exceptional crack resistance. Rm: 490 MPa Rp0.2: 330 MPa A5: 13.5%

    XHD 2480 2.5 - 3.2

    Nickel based electrode developed for welding and repair of grey cast iron. Regular deposits. Increased crack resistance.Rm: 320 MPa

    2-23 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Nickel iron electrode developed for welding grey cast iron and ductile cast iron. High crack resistance.Rm: 325 MPa Rp0.2: 310 MPa

    2-24 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Nickel based electrode developed for welding grey cast iron with soft, machinable deposits. Very easy to use.Rm: 480 MPa Rp0.2: 230 MPa

    2240 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Nickel iron electrode with bimetallic core wire developed for welding cast iron in all positions. High mechanical properties and crack resistance.Rm: 345 MPa Rp0.2: 305 MPa

    11 EUTECTRODE MANUAL ELECTRODES

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    11.20 WELDING STEELS

    640 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Electrode for fully austenitic steel deposits with exceptional hot crack resistance. This alloy is developed for repair and assembly of high alloy and carbon steels.Rm: 650 MPa Rp0.2: 450 MPa A5: 38%Work hardened: 400 HV30

    XHD 646 2.5 - 3.2 4.0 - 5.0

    High impact resistance. Rebuilding worn parts in 14% manganese steel. Buttering layer before wear facing.Rm: 680 MPa Rp0.2: 510 MPa A5: 32%Work hardened: 400 HV30

    Xuper 680S 1.6 - 2.0 - 2.5 3.2 - 4.0

    High alloy tool & die repairs and joining dissimilar steels. Highest tensile strength and crack resistance. Exceptionally easy weldability.Rm: 860 Mpa Rp0.2: 690 MPa A5: 20%

    Xuper 690 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Assembly, rebuilding, buttering layer for alloyed and hardenable steels before wear facing. High resistance to cracking.Rm: 675 MPa Rp0.2: 550 MPa A5: 40%

    Xuper 2222 2.5 - 3.2 4.0 - 5.0

    Electrode deposits a high nickel alloy with an austenitic structure for wel-ding all kinds of steel and steel castings in thick sections. Welding nickel alloys and Inconel 600. Working temperature: from cryogenic up to 980C.Rm: 670 MPa Rp0.2: 420 MPa A5: 45%

    Designations Properties

    690 SF 2.5 - 3.2

    Specifically designed for joining and buttering a wide range of steels which are either of unknown composition or considered 'difficult - to - weld' and where matching electrodes do not exist.Rm: 820 MPa Rp0.2: 620 MPa A5: 25%

    XHD 2222 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    High nickel alloy electrode producing deposits with excellent toughness, capable of withstanding high stress even under impact loading.Rm: 590 MPa Rp0.2: 420 MPa A5: 30%

    XHD 6868 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Electrode developed for high speed welding of difficult-to-weld, galva-nised or dissimilar steels. Rebuilding and buttering layers before wear facing. High metal recovery (170%).Rm: 800 MPa Rp0.2: 670 MPa A5: 17.5%

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    11.23 WELDING STAINLESS STEELS

    Designations Properties

    E 307-17 2.5 - 3.2 - 4.0

    Rutile electrode depositing a corrosion-resistant austenitic stainless steel. The deposited metal can be work hardened combining good ductility and toughness p