Hardfacing Wear-Resistant Nickel & Cobalt Alloy Specialists
Rods, stick electrodes, wires and powders
Weld overlay & thermal spray
Turn and small batches specialists
We engineer and produce full-finished parts
Hardfacing Alloy Solutions for 25+ Years.
Weartech® is your resource for protective hardfacing surface technology, protective coatings and custom alloy development. We provide consumables, components and turnkey solutions to companies of all sizes throughout the world.
Founded in 1990, Weartech International, Inc. is a producer of cobalt and nickel-based hardfacing and wear-resistant alloys. For over 25+ years, we have provided technical solutions to customers facing significant wear problems. Headquartered in Anaheim, CA, with an additional manufacturing facility in Port Talbot, Wales, we are more than able to support all your needs internationally.
Weartech is agile and responsive by design. We have a diversified inventory in stock, lab and manufacturing equipment on premises with a technical sales team and skilled production crew that’s geared to solving your challenges quickly and efficiently.
We are a global leader in the manufacturing of wear-resistant Cobalt, Nickel and Iron-based alloy coatings, castings and machined components. Our enduring passion for collaborating with our customers while supporting their development and applications of our technologies makes us an integral component to comprehensive solutions, driving end-user value and satisfaction. Through innovation and employee commitment, we will deliver operational excellence and achieve strong growth as the experts for extreme operational conditions within the Lincoln Electric Companies.
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