What does wall colmonoy do?

What does wall colmonoy do?

The Wall Colmonoy Corporation is a leader in materials engineering for aerospace, automotive, glass, oil & gas, mining, energy and other industrial sectors. The UK division exports over 80% of its products into the Eurozone, Scandinavia, South Africa, Russia, the Middle East and India.

What is Colmonoy coating?

Colmonoy 88 is an alloy coating material developed by Wall Colmonoy and protected under US Patent 5,141,571. This alloy was developed to provide extended service life at elevated temperatures to parts exposed to abrasion, erosion, corrosion, fretting and galling.

What is Colmonoy material?

Colmonoy® 88 is a hard surfacing alloy patented under the Wall Colmonoy Corporation. This alloy consists of 3% Boron, 0.08% Carbon, 15% Chrome, 3% Iron, 4% Silicon, 17% Tungsten with a balance of Nickel.

What Colmonoy 5?

COLMONOY NO. 5 comprises a chromium-boride-containing, nickel-base alloy recommended for hard surfacing parts to resist wear, corrosion, heat and galling. It also includes information on high temperature performance and corrosion resistance as well as forming, heat treating, machining, and powder metal forms.

What is Colmonoy 56?

Colmonoy 56: Colmonoy 56 is a nickel base alloy with chromium boride crystals. The chromium boride crystal provides the hardness qualities to Colmonoy 56. Manufacturing of chromium boride is done by Wall Colmonoy through a proprietary process. Colmonoy 56 resists wear, heat corrosion and galling.

Where is Stellite used?

Stellite Alloy Applications Some of the major applications of stellite include the following: Saw teeth, hardfacing, and acid-resistant machine parts. Poppet valves, valve seats and exhaust valves of internal combustion engine. M2HB machine gun and machine gun barrels.

What is Stellite powder?

Stellite 21 AM powder enables customers to achieve similar wear and corrosion resistance properties in additively manufactured parts. It is ideally suited for flow control applications and can be integrated into complex designs to mitigate cavitation, erosion, or corrosion failures.


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