Process for Powder Welding by
JS-100 Puddle Torch
various grades of Nickel Alloy Powder may readily be applied to carbon
steel, alloy and stainless steels, monel, nickel and cobalt base alloys
as well as cast iron. There is no problem with the deposit cracking when
used on steels of high hardenability. These alloys cannot be applied to
copper, brass, bronze or aluminum and may require special precautions if
used on some other metals.
prepare the parts for surfacing, they must first be cleaned of all dirt,
rust, scale, oil or paint and then machined or ground smooth. All sharp
edges and corners should be chamfered or radiused.
Alloy Powders are applied with advanced “Stoody” Powder Welding
Torch available with us. After adjusting the torch to a netural flame
with the powder feed lever fully depressed, the nickel alloy powder is
sprayed on to preheated area and then fused or puddle into the base
metal to coat a section. More powder is then alternatively deposited and
fused and fused until the desired thickness is built up or the entire
area is completely coated.
alloys will not respond to heat treatment. They cannot be hardened,
tempered or annealed. All deposits can be finished by grinding while
softer graded can be machined or shaped, with some difficulty , by hand