Strip Cladding

Strip cladding by submerged-arc welding (SAW) or by electroslag welding (ESW) are the preferred methods for cladding or for larger areas such as pressure vessels. Both methods offer a high deposition rate, in terms of both kg/h and area coverage (m2/h), combined with low penetration and high deposit quality.

Flux and strip-electrode packages are available for almost all demanding applications. Strip-electrodes are delivered in a cold rolled condition on 25, 50, 100 or 200 kg coils. Standard strip-electrode thickness is 0.5 mm and widths of normally 30, 60 or 90 mm.

Product information
SAW Strip Cladding head, A6S