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ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 Driver
Even if a crack is causing no apparent problems, it should ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 be ignored because most cracks tend to propagate and spread over time. In other words, little harmless cracks can turn into big nasty cracks, and there s no way to predict when that may happen or how far a crack will grow.
Many cracks are obvious to the naked eye, but others have to be ferreted out by various means. Magnetic particle inspection has long been a popular technique for identifying cracks in cast iron heads.
But this technique does not work on aluminum because aluminum is nonmagnetic. Cast iron heads should also be pressure tested to check for hidden cracks in cooling jackets and ports that are not directly observable from the outside. The important point here is that all heads should be thoroughly inspected for cracks before ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 machine work is done. Better to find out the head is cracked before you rework the ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 guides and seats than afterward.
Think of crack detection as your first line of defense against comebacks. Prognosis Cracks do not necessarily mean a ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 head has to be replaced. In fact, many cracked heads that were once thought to be unrepairable are now being fixed. Repairing a cracked cylinder head always involves a certain amount of risk, but when done properly is usually much less expensive than replacing a cracked head with a new or used casting.
Most small cracks in cast iron as well as aluminum heads can be repaired by pinning.
Larger cracks in cast iron heads can often be repaired by furnace welding or flame spray welding. Furnace welding a large cast iron diesel head is often well worth the effort because of the high value of the casting, but it also makes economic sense on many late model cast iron passenger ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 heads if the head can be repaired for less than the cost of a new or used casting.
Many late model heads are fairly expensive and hard to find, so some heads that would have been scrapped because of cracks are now being repaired and returned to service. It all depends on the market value of ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 head and the cost to replace it with a new or used casting. The higher the value of the head and the higher its replacement cost, the more sense it makes to repair the head rather than replace it.
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Furnace Welding Cast Iron Furnace welding cast iron is often called the black art of crack repair because it requires lots of heat and operator skill. Learning how to furnace weld cast iron is not something an inexperienced welder can pick up quickly.
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Those who have mastered the process say it takes at least six months to a year ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 constant practice to master it. If it were that easy, everybody would be doing it. It isn t, and that s why some shops have created a successful niche for themselves by specializing in furnace welding cast iron heads.
To furnace weld a cast iron head, the head is first preheated to 1, F cherry red in an oven. This step is absolutely essential to minimize ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 shock and to relax ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 metal so it won t distort when the torch is applied to the casting. When the head preheat temperature has stabilized it takes about an hour, a neutral flame oxyacetylene torch with slightly more acetylene than oxygen is used to melt the cast iron which melts at 2, to 2, F.
The trick here is to keep the weld clean by adding a little flux so the impurities will rise to the top. The impurities can then be floated out of the repair area with the torch. When building up a worn or damaged valve seat in a cast iron head, a carbon graphite plug can be used to fill the hole.
The weld is then built up around the plug. The puddle will be about ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 an inch deep and maybe two inches in diameter. It takes a lot of heat to do this, about 5, F. After the crack has been filled comes a long, slow cool down.
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This step is also essential to prevent the head from recracking. If cast iron cools too quickly, the surrounding metal can shrink away from the weld causing new cracks to open. Carbon in the iron can also turn to carbide making the metal too hard and ARTEC Scanner A6000C 1.44 to machine. The casting must therefore be cooled very slowly to prevent these undesirable metallurgical changes.