Welding repairing of cracks in cast iron covers
Keywords:cast iron, cover, paper mill, repairing, welding
The welding repair technology of a cast iron cover of a drying cylinder from a paper mill is presented. The results of the base metal characterization are shown; possible reasons that originated the appearance of cracks in previous reparation are discussed; the undertaken decisions are explained in order to guide the process of a cover repair.
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