Diameter: 1/8” 5/32” 3/16” 1/4″
Current: DCRP DCRP DCRP DCRP
Amperage: 125-140 140-160 175-200 200-250
Hardness as deposited on Carbon steel: 60-62
Hardness as deposited on Manganese: 56-60
Hardness as deposited on all weld-metal: 63-68
Deposit Layers: 2 maximum
Weldite D is the hardest hardfacing electrode besides tungsten carbide. Best for parts subject to impact and abrasion. Weldite D can be applied to AC or DC with straight or reverse polarity. Reverse is recommended but straight can be used for an increased deposit.
Weldite D has an excellent abrasion resistance, and moderate compressive strengths and impact resistance. Weldite D has surface checks, and no machineable or forgeable deposits. It is slightly magnetic on carbon steel.
Contains: Carbon, manganese, molybdenum, boron and chromium.