Hard Wear "D"

Wear plates are a great way to protect a large area without a lot of welding.

Each plate is 4" X 6" X 3/16" of a very hard RC 60 throughout the whole plate.

Wear plates can be welded in a continuous row to make a smooth flat surface.

Use on buckets or shute etc.

Wear Plate

Super Chrome is a very smooth running electrode containing a high percentage of Chromium Carbides.

It Contains 38% alloy content.

It is a solid core electrode with alloys in the coating. Runs great even on small AC welders.

Has a self releasing slag and a smooth deposit and accepts heavy impact.

Use on Screws and Disc blades or crushing equipment. Deposit Hardness of RC 58-60

​Super Hard Wire is designed to resist extreme abrasive wear.

It is an open arc wire which requires no shielding gas.
It contains over 43% of complex Carbides.
Use to hardface parts experiencing high abrasive wear. Ripper points, Disc Blades, Sweeps and Knives Deposit Hardness of RC 60-65

​​Super Hard Tube is a unique tubular hardfacing electrode.

The thin walled tubular construction contains the alloying elements.

This enables the 1/4" electrode to weld at extrememly low amperages from 80 to 100 amps and the 3/8" at 130 to 180 amps.

The extrememly low amperages make it suitable to coating parts with thin edges. 

Use for disc blades, sweeps, and knives. Deposit Hardness of RC 58-62

Super Chrome

SuperHard XHD

Hardfacing Products

Super Build-Up

Super build-Up is designed as and underlayment for hardfacing or to prevent metal wear.

It has a high allow content of 40% and can be deposited on carbon or manganese steel.

By using under hardfacing deposits helps prevent chunking out.

Also great for preventing hitches and hitch pins from wearing out.

Deposits weld on a RC 20 the work harden to RC 55

Hard and Smooth is designed for severe abrasion and frictional wear resistance even in very thing overlays.

Is a high nickel, high chromium homogeneous alloy that give it a unique, dense, smooth, hard surface. Excellent for parts that are subject to wear.

Use on cams, activator fingers, shredding blades and small hammer mill paddles. Deposit Hardness of RC 58-62

Hard Wear "D" is an economical, low alloy but very hard hardfacing electrode.

Smooth running with little slag to remove, good out of position.

Use as a general purpose hardfacing electrode where abrasion is not severe.

​Use on Ripper shanks, side of push arms, bucket teeth, etc. Deposit Hardness of RC 60-65


Not all Hardfacing products are the same


1. ALLOY TYPE: This could be Chromium, Boron, Tungsten, Vanadium, Molly, Nickel, Carbon, or Molybdenum.
2. ALLOY PERCENTAGE: Hardness is not the determining factor in wear life." Some companies brag about the hardness of their hardfacing rods (such as Rc 65, which is very hard), but if you check the alloy content, it may be only as low as 8%!
3. PRODUCT DESIGN: How the product is manufactured effects the way it welds and the deposit characteristics. We produce videos explaining and demonstrating everything you need to know to aid you in choosing the product that will work best for you.
We produce videos explaining and demonstrating everything you need to know to aid you in choosing the product that will work best for you.


Hard and Smooth

Super Hard XHD is designed to resist extreme abrasive wear. It is a solid core electrode with alloys in the coating.   It contains over 43% of complex Carbides.

It is smooth running which means low dilution of the base metal and the deposit is slag free, meaning you get more metal down that with standard hardfacing electrodes that leave a heavy slag coating that ends up on the floor.

Use to hardface parts experiencing high abrasive wear. Ripper points, Disc Blades, Sweeps and Knives Deposit Hardness of RC 60-65

Super Hard Tube

​Super Hard Wire