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New Online Store - Selected Products Only

Our best-selling alloys in small packaging are now available online. If you have a small repair project in your hands and you are looking for the quality that Eutectic products can deliver, the solution is at your fingertips!

Our complete SmalPak product line can now be purchased directly from our website. Cast iron, aluminum, alloy steel, steel, gouging, brazing, hardfacing, stainless steel and silver welding rods are conveniently packed in small tubes that carry from 3 to 25 electrodes each, depending on diameter and alloy type.

Made in Canada: new wearfacing Chromium-Free Wire

Castolin Eutectic brings you the hardest wire with no hazardous chromium by-products: BoroTec 600 Chrome-Free. This wearfacing wire is ideal to repair equipment in the cement, construction, quarrying, asphalt, mining and dredging industries. It can be used in a wide range of steel components subject to severe abrasion or erosion by mineral particles, sand, rocks and gravel.

BoroTec 600 Cr-Free is engineered with boron carbides and is an excellent “green” replacement for standard chromium-carbide hardfacing wires. It offers a deposit efficiency of 90% and provides abrasive and erosive wear resistance superior to chromium carbide (60-65 HRC) without exposing the welder to toxic hexavalent chromium fumes.

XuperCoat™ for Best-in-Class Mould Wear Resistance and Product Quality in Slab, Bloom and Billet Casting

Mould coatings are a crucial part in continuously improving product quality and reducing operating cost in the continuous steel casting process. Monitor Coatings - a UK based Castolin Eutectic company first developed a unique, ceramic composite coating technology, XuperCoat™, which has produced best-in-class results in terms of mould life time, cast product quality and caster operating costs. 30 years of experience are a proven record for this coating type and continuous developments of the technology now allow to the application of such coatings on all types of moulds including bloom and billet tubes.

Furnace Mineral Products (FMP), Inc. joins Castolin Eutectic Group

The Castolin Eutectic Group, a division of MEC Holding GmbH with headquarters in Bad Soden, Germany, announces the acquisition of Furnace Mineral Products (FMP), Inc, on February 1, 2017.  A privately owned corporation based in Toronto, Canada, FMP specializes in the research, development, manufacture and field application of innovative, inorganic-hybrid coatings.

Featured in The Fabricator magazine: Thermal spray and weld overlay applications are poised for growth

Most metals can be melted and “atomized” by liquid (normally water) or gas to form metal powders. Atomization is the most common method for producing metal and pre-alloyed powders, or powders consisting of two or more elements alloyed in the powder manufacturing process. Powder materials include iron and steel, stainless and nickel, tool steel, aluminum and copper, and their many alloys. Iron and steel account for 80 percent by weight of all metal powders produced annually.

Atomization accounts for nearly 70 percent by weight of all metal powders produced in North America. It is the main process for powder production because of its high production rates and economies of scale. Atomization also is the only way to produce pre-alloyed powders.

New Line of Xuper High Deposition (XHD) Powdered Alloys

With the installation of the new high-pressure gas atomizer, Eutectic Canada broadens its product offer and launches an innovative line of highly specialized powders: the XHD powders.

The XHD powder lineup are nickel-based, self-fluxing powders specifically developed for use with PTA, Laser and Thermal Spray equipment. These powders are manufactured using the latest gas atomization process, producing perfectly spherical particles that result in high density, porosity-free deposits. The ultra-high pressure capability of the gas atomizer allows the production of powders in the finest particle sizing.

The unique alloy properties feature reduced heat input with higher deposition rates. These features provide outstanding benefits:

Eutectic Canada: new state-of-the-art gas atomizer in full production

Eutectic Canada launches today its next-generation Gas Atomizer program that enables the company to produce the highest quality Thermal Spray & PTA coating powders in its ISO-9001 certified manufacturing facility in Granby, Quebec.

The new gas atomizer reflects our ongoing commitment to bring the latest technology to our customers. We trust this investment will strengthen our leadership in both NAFTA and international markets,” says Gordon Roseborough, President and CEO of Eutectic Canada.

Eutectic Canada introduces new packaging for DIY projects

Are you a handyman looking to weld your next project on your own? Not sure what alloy to use to repair your machinery, tools or your truck floor body or frame? If so, the solution comes in a SmalPAK®: a selection of Eutectic’s best-selling alloys, now available in a small packaging.

BTC solution extends the lifetime of an Electric Arc Furnace (EAF)

In September 2014, Eutectic Canada successfully completed an on-site job at a steel manufacturing plant located in Quebec. Before commissioning, the customer wanted to protect two new OEM parts in order to extend their service life and reduce plant downtime costs. Our mobile Eutectic Services team spent five days at the customer’s site to coat two elbows of an Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) used in the steel making process. The interior surface of the elbows was arc sprayed with BTC 252, a proprietary Castolin Eutectic solution that combines arc wire spray and a densification process that is only available through our Eutectic Services workshops.

Case study: Wearplate Application in the Precast Industry

A leading manufacturer of concrete masonry and landscaping products trusted Eutectic Canada to produce a new set of wear-resistant concrete mixing paddles to replace their worn OEM parts. The original parts were made of cast iron and wore prematurely due to exposure to intense abrasion during the process of concrete mixing and production. The customer was buying a new set of mixing paddles every 10-12 months before they met with our experts in wear solutions.