Name Classification Description Data
Sheet
MSDS
Stellite 1 ERCoCr-C The alloy has a higher carbide content (19%) than those made using either Stellite 6 or Stellite 12 wires. The composition is such that primary hypereutectic carbides are found in the microstructure. This characteristic gives the alloy higher wear resistance, accompanied by reductions in the impact and corrosion resistance. The higher hardness also means a greater tendancy to stress crack during cooling. This cracking tendancy may be minimized by closely monitoring preheating, Interpass temperature and post heating techniques. While the CoCr deposits soften somewhat at elevated temperatures, they normally are considered immune to tempering. Used to build up mixer rotors and items that encounter severe abrasion and low impact. Stellite 1 Data Sheet Stellite 1 MSDS
Stellite 12 ERCoCr-B Similar in composition to Stellite 6 deposits except for a slightly higher carbide content (approx. 16%). The alloy also has a slightly higher hardness coupled with better abrasive and metal-to-metal wear resistance. impact and corrosion resistance are lowered slightly. Deposits can be machined with carbide tools. Stellite 12 Data Sheet Stellite 12 MSDS
Stellite 21 ERCoCr-E Welds have very good strength and ductility at temperatures up to 1600°F (871°C). Deposits are resistant to thermal shock, and oxidizing and reducing atmospheres. The deposit is a solid-solution-strengthened alloy with a relatively low weight-percent carbide phase in the microstructure. Hence, the alloy is very tough and will work harden. Deposits possess excellent self-mated galling resistance and also are very resistant to cavitation erosion. Typical applications include guide rolls, hot extrusion and forging dies, hot shear blades, tong bits, and valve trim. Stellite 21 Data Sheet Stellite 21 MSDS
Stellite 6 ERCoCr-A Recommended for cases where wear is accompanied by elevated temperatures up to a maximum of 1200°F (650°C) and where corrosion is involved, or both. Typical applications include automotive and fluid flow valves, chain saw guides, hot punches, shear blades, extruder screws, etc. Stellite 6 Data Sheet Stellite 6 MSDS
Exocor Cobalt 1 ERCCoCr-C The alloy has a higher carbide content (19%) than those made using either Exocor Cobalt 6 or Exocor Cobalt 12 cored wires. The composition is such that primary hypereutectic carbides are found in the microstructure. This characteristic gives the alloy higher wear resistance, accompanied by reductions in the impact and corrosion resistance. The higher hardness also means a greater tendancy to stress crack during cooling. This cracking tendancy may be minimized by closely monitoring preheating, Interpass temperature and post heating techniques. While the CoCr deposits soften somewhat at elevated temperatures, they normally are considered immune to tempering. Used to build up mixer rotors and items that encounter severe abrasion and low impact. Exocor Cobalt 1  Data Sheet Exocor Cobalt 1  MSDS
Exocor Cobalt 12 ERCCoCr-B Similar in composition to Exocor Cobalt 6 deposits except for a slightly higher carbide content (approx. 16%). The alloy also has a slightly higher hardness coupled with better abrasive and metal-to-metal wear resistance. impact and corrosion resistance are lowered slightly. Deposits can be machined with carbide tools. Exocor Cobalt 12  Data Sheet Exocor Cobalt 12  MSDS
Exocor Cobalt 21 ERCCoCr-E Welds have very good strength and ductility at temperatures up to 1600°F (871°C). Deposits are resistant to thermal shock, and oxidizing and reducing atmospheres. The deposit is a solid-solution-strengthened alloy with a relatively low weight-percent carbide phase in the microstructure. Hence, the alloy is very tough and will work harden. Deposits possess excellent self-mated galling resistance and also are very resistant to cavitation erosion. Typical applications include guide rolls, hot extrusion and forging dies, hot shear blades, tong bits, and valve trim. Exocor Cobalt 21  Data Sheet Exocor Cobalt 21  MSDS
Exocor Cobalt 6 ERCCoCr-A Recommended for cases where wear is accompanied by elevated temperatures up to a maximum of 1200°F (650°C) and where corrosion is involved, or both. Typical applications include automotive and fluid flow valves, chain saw guides, hot punches, shear blades, extruder screws, etc. Exocor Cobalt 6  Data Sheet Exocor Cobalt 6  MSDS
Stellite Cobalt 1 ECoCr-C The alloy has a higher carbide content (19%) than those made using either Cobalt 6 or Cobalt 12 electrodes. The composition is such that primary hypereutectic carbides are found in the microstructure. This characteristic gives the alloy higher wear resistance, accompanied by reductions in the impact and corrosion resistance. The higher hardness also means a greater tendancy to stress crack during cooling. This cracking tendancy may be minimized by closely monitoring preheating, Interpass temperature and post heating techniques. While the CoCr deposits soften somewhat at elevated temperatures, they normally are considered immune to tempering. Used to build up mixer rotors and items that encounter severe abrasion and low impact. Stellite Cobalt 1  Data Sheet Stellite Cobalt 1  MSDS
Stellite Cobalt 12 ECoCr-B Similar in composition to Stellite Cobalt 6 deposits except for a slightly higher carbide content (approx. 16%). The alloy also has a slightly higher hardness coupled with better abrasive and metal-to-metal wear resistance. impact and corrosion resistance are lowered slightly. Deposits can be machined with carbide tools. Stellite Cobalt 12  Data Sheet Stellite Cobalt 12  MSDS
Stellite Cobalt 21 ECoCr-E Welds have very good strength and ductility at temperatures up to 1600°F (871°C). Deposits are resistant to thermal shock, and oxidizing and reducing atmospheres. The deposit is a solid-solution-strengthened alloy with a relatively low weight-percent carbide phase in the microstructure. Hence, the alloy is very tough and will work harden. Deposits possess excellent self-mated galling resistance and also are very resistant to cavitation erosion. Typical applications include guide rolls, hot extrusion and forging dies, hot shear blades, tong bits, and valve trim. Stellite Cobalt 21  Data Sheet Stellite Cobalt 21  MSDS
Stellite Cobalt 6 ECoCr-A Recommended for cases where wear is accompanied by elevated temperatures up to a maximum of 1200°F (650°C) and where corrosion is involved, or both. Typical applications include automotive and fluid flow valves, chain saw guides, hot punches, shear blades, extruder screws, etc. Stellite Cobalt 6  Data Sheet Stellite Cobalt 6  MSDS
Jet Kote JK112 Stelcar® Jet Kote® JK112 outperforms hard chrome plating in most wear situations, and is often used as a hard chrome substitute. It is especially recommended for applications where a fine coating surface finish is a major requirement. Jet Kote JK112  Data Sheet Jet Kote JK112  MSDS
Jet Kote JK120 The chromium in the matrix of Stelcar® Jet Kote® JK120 provides excellent corrosion resistance and perform particularly well in wet and dry sour gas (hydrogen sulfide) environments. Jet Kote JK120  Data Sheet Jet Kote JK120  MSDS
Jet Kote JK135 Stelcar® Jet Kote® JK135 is used for the hardfacing of nuclear plant power check and flow control valve seats and seals, and in the aerospace industry on engine stage seal areas, fuel nozzles, compressor and turbine blades for high temperature oxidation, fretting wear and erosion resistance. Jet Kote JK135  Data Sheet Jet Kote JK135  MSDS