Superior Metal-to-Metal Wear Resistance
Xuper 6804 XHD ®
ELECTRODES • Iron based "Super Alloy" • High creep resistance
TYPICAL ANTI-WEAR APPLICATIONS & INDUSTRIES
Xuper 6804 XHD is an iron-based electrode that produces weld deposits that achieve a beneficial hardness value with only a single pass. Deposit properties are optimized to resist high temperature galling and display a high creep resistance and superior metal-to-metal wear resistance at elevated temperatures (1200°F). Xuper 6804 XHD produces deposits that have a reduced cracking sensitivity compared to iron based electrodes of similar deposit hardness.
• Stamping and Trimming Dies • Hot Forging Dies and Formers • Hot Extrusion Plungers • Mandrels •Steel Mill Table Rolls
Automotive Industry Iron and Steel Works Manufacture of Plastic Products Various Industries Iron and Steel Works
WELDING PROCEDURE & TECHNIQUE Preparation: Clean weld area of scale and/or oxide. For tool and die preheats refer to the requirements for the specific grade of tool steel. For all other low carbon steels a nominal preheat of 150°F is advised if the part is below 40°F or over 1" thick. For higher carbon steels higher preheats will be needed. Technique: Maintain a medium-to-short arc and incline the electrode at a 45° angle in the direction of travel. Excessive weaving (more than 2 times the electrode diameter) is not advised as wide beads can cause excessive base metal overheating and degrade the weld deposit wear properties. The optimum bead width is a stringer bead. Back whip craters to reduce crater-cracking tendencies. Post-Welding: Allow parts to slow cool in still air. High carbon steels, air hardenable steels and all tool steels should be covered with a heat-retardant blanket to control the cool-down rate.
XUPER 6804 XHD TECHNICAL DATA & SET-UP INFORMATION TeroMatec OA 46t-up Information Typical Hardness as-deposited: HRC: 46-49 Work Hardened Hardness: HRC: 54-57 Annealing Temperature: 1400° to 1800° F (760° to 800°C) Hardening Temperature: 1920° to 2010°F (1050° to 1100°C) Tempering Temperature: 750°F (400°C) - cool in still air. Diameter [mm] / [in.] 3.2 4.0
Amperage [A] Range 85 - 140 120 - 180
Note: Always keep electrodes in their container during storage. Damp electrodes can cause cracking and porosity. For re-drying procedures check with Technical Services.
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