WALDUN offers a range of leading weld overlay liner solutions. Our weld overlay products are characterized by a strong overlay composite cladding (including chromium carbide) that is fused to a mild steel backing material. Our range of weld overlay lining materials offer extreme protection against abrasion and impact as well as material hang-up. With a long service life compared to traditional wear products, chrome carbide anti abrasion Excavator bucket side liners offer significant savings in time and cost from reduced maintenance downtime.
Our engineering teams can form and shape liners to meet specific wear and impact applications, no matter how small or large. Liners can be directly welded or manufactured as studded plates to serve a broad spectrum.
Chrome carbide anti abrasion Excavator bucket side liner offers Tungsten Carbide Embedding, a welding process that is proven to drastically improve the wear life of your plate and cast steel parts. Keep in mind that not all Tungsten Carbide Embedding is the same. Many vendors offering Tungsten Carbide Embedding “skimp” on the amount of Tungsten Carbide used, and their process does not truly embed the Tungsten Carbide into the parts. Wear Parts installs Tungsten Carbide Embedding the right way, and we guarantee you’ll see a noticeable difference in the longevity of your wear parts. loaders as an example, customers can often see 2-5 times extended wear life over standard edges, and scraper blades can see up to extended wear life.
Chrome carbide anti abrasion Excavator bucket side liner is a wear resistant steel offering up to 50% additional in service life compared with a water quenched steel. The steel combines several modern metallurgical which, depending on thickness, use different combinations of an enriched chemical analysis (Cr, Mo, Ti) and controlled quenching rate. It is designed to provide the optimum combination of wear resistance, controlled hardness and ease of processing. Rather than just using a high hardness level, it achieves this state by using proven and controlled metallurgical mechanisms, which are more complex but more efficient than the simple effect of hardness alone.