WELD OVERLAY CLADDING

The demand for weld cladding overlay within the Power Generation and Waste to Energy sectors continues to grow. As such European Heathyards have expanded their core services to include automated cladding overlay technology.

Investment in a new cold metal transfer (CMT) weld cladding overlay machine will provide greater control and customer confidence in European Heathyard’s manufacturing processes. Improved efficiency will be delivered from a twin head and twin feed system.

Full traceability from receipt of order through to final release for dispatch can be delivered for safety critical component fabrication in the Power Generation and Petrochemical sectors.

Weld overlay, also known as hardfacing, weld cladding, or weld overlay cladding, is a process where one or more metals are joined together to improve desirable properties.

Weld clad pipe fabrications can be critical in environments succeptable to a high level of corrosion/erosion where the environmental and commercial impact of system failure is significant.

Weld clad components can increase the lifespan of a fabrication by protecting the internal and external surfaces providing cost savings through reduced downtime and maintenance costs.

 

  • 360° SPIRAL WOUND OVERLAY
  • COLD METAL TRANSFER (CMT)
  • HARDFACING
  • INCONEL 625 WELD OVERLAY
  • METAL CLADDING
  • PIPE CLADDING

WELD OVERLAY CLADDING CASE STUDIES

WELD OVERLAY CLADDING PHOTO GALLERY

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