APPLICATION OF WC GRAINS BY DEPOSITION BRAZING

Abstract

The article describes problems of hard depositional brazing of wolfram-carbide grains in various matrixes. Especially iron and nickel base matrix on base material from constructional carbon steel. The experimental part was brazed by oxyacetylene flame (method 912 according to EN ISO 4063). The major goals of the experiment were to describe the technological procedure of hard depositional brazing of this specific part. Consequently,were proved wolfram-carbide deposit on two test coupons. These test coupons were metallographically and qualitatively evaluated. The advantage of wolfram-carbide depositional brazing is a service life of deposit, that could be multiple higher, than standard weld deposit with carbon, chromium andvanadium filler material. The advantage is also costly because this kind of braze is cheaper than hard surfacing filler material. This specific application of the wolfram-carbide layer is one of the hardest coatings that could be by flame brazing technologyperformed. Usage of this application is for example in the mining, woodcutting industry, where it is necessary to improve abrasion and resistance, service life, and guaranteed durability or hardness for cutting tools.

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