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Powders for SuperJet® Thermal Spray Equipment ®

Eutalloy LT 8400 Series Powders

• Specifically designed to extend glass mold service life • Faster application than all other self-fluxing powders • Low overspray for decreased material costs • Lower influence on base metal • Lower hardness range for easy filing and machining • Clean, dense, porosity-free deposits


Eutalloy LT Series Powders The Eutalloy LT (low temperature) 8400 Series are nickel-based, self-fluxing powders that were specifically developed for the protection and restoration of glass mold components. These powders contain special fluxing agents which improve fluidity, wetting and decrease the melting point. These special features allow for minimal pre-heating and rapid deposition speeds. The low melting point also reduces the heat-affected zone within the base metal. These pre-alloyed powders are produced by gas atomization which generates extremely spherical particles leading to dense, porosity-free deposits and minimal overspray, reducing clean up and finish time.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS: HIGH DEPOSITION SPEED Comparison tests performed with Eutalloy LT PE 8426 and a standard NiBSi powder show the Eutalloy powder application being almost twice as fast.

MINIMAL OVERSPRAY Chemical composition and particle size distribution have been carefully selected to limit adherent overspray, reducing clean up and finish time.

MINIMAL AFFECT ON BASE METAL Special fluxing agents decrease powder melting point, reducing the heat-affected zone within the base metal.

LOW HARDNESS RANGE Eutalloy LT powders offer the low hardness ranges which makes finish work easier. They are machinable by filing. Mirror-like surface finishes are easily obtained.


Eutalloy LT PE 8418 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: • Cast iron, Steel and Aluminum-bronze glass molds • Repairing mold components • Worn corners and edges TYPICAL TECHNICAL DATA: Hardness (HV 30): Hardness (HRC): Solidus melting temperature: Deposit density (g/cm3):

240 18 1580°F (860°C) 8.4

Machinable by Filing Parts in Steel/Cast Iron

Parts In Aluminum-Bronze

Eutalloy LT PE 8422 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: • Cast iron, Steel and Aluminum-bronze glass molds • New mold components and re-building worn molds • Protection of mold edges on finish molds and preform blanks • Neck rings, guide plates and baffles TYPICAL TECHNICAL DATA: Hardness (HV 30): Hardness (HRC): Solidus melting temperature: Deposit density (g/cm3):

270 22 1580°F (860°C) 8.4

Machinable by Filing Parts in Steel/Cast Iron

Parts In Aluminum-Bronze

Eutalloy LT PE 8426 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: • Cast iron, Steel and Aluminum-bronze glass molds • New mold components and re-building worn molds • Protection of mold edges on finish molds and preform blanks • Guide rings, baffles and funnels TYPICAL TECHNICAL DATA: Hardness (HV 30): Hardness (HRC): Solidus melting temperature: Deposit density (g/cm3):

300 26 1580°F (860°C) 8.4

Machinable by Cutting Tools Parts in Steel/Cast Iron

Parts In Aluminum-Bronze


Eutalloy LT PE 8431 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: • Cast iron, Steel and Aluminum-bronze glass molds • New mold components and re-building worn molds • Protection of mold edges on finish molds and preform blanks • Guide rings, baffles and funnels TYPICAL TECHNICAL DATA: Hardness (HV 30): Hardness (HRC): Solidus melting temperature: Deposit density (g/cm3):

325 31 1580°F (860°C) 8.4

Machinable by Cutting Tools Parts in Steel/Cast Iron

Parts In Aluminum-Bronze

Eutalloy LT PE 8435 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: • Cast iron, Steel and Aluminum-bronze glass molds • Protection of new mold components for enhanced wear life • Edges, blow plugs, preform blanks, neck rings, baffles and funnels TYPICAL TECHNICAL DATA: Hardness (HV 30): Hardness (HRC): Solidus melting temperature: Deposit density (g/cm3):

350 35 1580°F (860°C) 8.4

Machinable by Cutting Tools Parts in Steel/Cast Iron

Parts In Aluminum-Bronze

Eutalloy LT PE 8440 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: • Cast iron, Steel and Aluminum-bronze glass molds • Protection of new mold components for enhanced wear life • Thin flowing for coating grooves, flat parts and parts in rotation TYPICAL TECHNICAL DATA: Hardness (HV 30): Hardness (HRC): Solidus melting temperature: Deposit density (g/cm3):

400 40 1580°F (860°C) 8.4

Machinable by Cutting Tools Parts in Steel/Cast Iron

Parts In Aluminum-Bronze

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Statement of Liability: Due to variations inherent in specific applications, the technical information contained herein, including any information as to suggested product applications or results, is presented without representation or warranty, expressed or implied. Without limitation, there are no warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. Each process and application must be fully evaluated by the user in all respects, including suitability, compliance with applicable law and non-infringement of the rights of others, and Eutectic Corporation and its affiliates shall have no liability in respect thereof. © 2007, Eutectic Corporation, ® Reg. T.M., Printed in the U.S.A. 8400 Series Powders-10-09-09

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