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Lastifil 8071

Flux cored hardfacing wire - Heavy impact resistance - Joining problem steels

EN 14700 (T Fe 9)
Din 8555 (MF 7-250-KNP)

General description:

Self shielded flux cored wire for building up multi-layer deposits on badly worn components. To be used as buffer layer on crack sensitive steels. Under repeated impact the austenitic deposits become tougher and harden very quickly. Lastifil 8071 can also be used for joining 12% Manganese steel and high carbon steels. The ductile deposit prevents crack formation on those carbon steels and on problem steels. The deposit is rust proof. Hardness as deposited : 220 – 250 HB (work hardened up to 500 HB).

Typical applications:

Crusher jaws, swing hammers, rail crossings, gyratory cones, dredge bucket lips. Joining of 12%Mn steel. Buffer layers for Lastifil 2400G.

Typical chemical composition of all-weld-metal:


Typical mechanical properties of all-weld-metal:

>850 Mpa≥35 %


Lastifil 8071 can be used without separate shielding gas. Shielding gas M13 (Argon / 1-2 % O2) can be used if required. Use a wire stick-out (distance from contact tip to the extremity of the wire) of 20 to 50 mm. For a correct wire feed, use appropriate drive rolls in the wire feeder.

Packaging information:

1,2mm x 15,0kg spool -ArticleNo.:8071.12

Other dimensions and packaging on request.


Lastek Lastifil 8071
English, 21.11.2019.