Welding Electrodes (SMAW/MMA)
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INCO-WELD® Welding Electrode 686CPT®
Inco-Weld 686CPT Welding Electrode is an all-position shielded-metal-arc welding electrode used to join duplex, super-duplex and super-austenitic stainless steels, as well as nickel alloys such as UNS NO6059 and N06022, INCONEL alloy C-276, and INCONEL alloys 622, 625 and 686. INCO-WELD 686CPT Welding Electrode off a level of corrosion-resistance attractive for welding operations in pollution control engineering as well as the chemical, process, petrochemical, oil and gas, and marine industries.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCrMo-14; ISO ENi6686; UNS W86026; ASME IX, F-NO. 43; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrMo-14; Europe ENiCr21Mo16W4
INCO-WELD® Welding Electrode A
Inco-Weld A Welding Electrode is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of INCOLOY alloys 800 and 800HT, INCONEL alloys 600 and 601, and nickel steels. The metal has excellent strength and oxidation resistance at high temperatures and retains impact resistance at cryogenic temperatures.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCrFe-2; DIN 1736 EL-NiCr15FeNb; ASME IX, F-NO. 43; Europe ENiCr21Mo16W4; Werkstoff Nr. 2.4805; UNS W86133; Europe ENiCr16Fe9NbMo; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrFe-2; ISO ENi6092; VdTÜV 2104.00
INCO-WELD® Welding Electrode C-276
Inco-Weld C276 Welding Electrode is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of INCNEL alloy C-276 and other nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys. It si also used for surfacing of steel. The weld metal has excellent corrosion resistance in many media and is especially resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCrMo-4; Werkstoff Nr. 2.4887; UNS W80276; DIN 1736 SG-NIMo16Cr16W; ASME IX, F-NO. 43; Europe ENiCr15Mo15W; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrMo-4; ISO ENi6276
INCONEL® Welding Electrode 112
INCONEL Welding Electrode 112 is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of INCONEL alloy 625, INCOLOY alloy 825, INCOLOY alloy 25-6MO, and othe molybdenum-containing stainless steels. It is also used for surfacing of steel and for welding various corrosion-resistant alloys such as alloy 20. The weld metal has high strength at room and elevated temperatures and has exceptional corrosion resistance.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCrMo-3; Werkstoff Nr. 2.4621; MIL-E-22200/3 Type MIL-1N12; DIN 1736 EL-NICr20Mo9Nb; ASME IX, F-NO. 43; Europe ENiCr22Mo9Nb; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrMo-3; ISO ENi6625; UNS W86112
INCONEL® Welding Electrode 117
INCONEL Welding Electrode 117 is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of INCONEL alloy 617. The weld metal has high strength, good metallurgical stability and excellent resistance to corrosion and high-temperature oxidation. INCONEL Welding Electrode 117 also gives good results in welding many dissimilar materials, especially for high-temperature applications.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCrCoMo-1; Werkstoff Nr. 2.4628; ASME IX, F-NO. 43; DIN 1736 ENiCr12Co12Mo; UNS W86117; Europe ENiCr22Co12Mo; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrCoMo-1; ISO ENi6617
INCONEL® Welding Electrode 122
INCONEL Welding Electrode 122 is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of INCONEL alloy 622 and 625, INCOLOY alloy 25-6MO, INCOLOY alloy 825. This is an excellent dissimilar metal welding electrode that offers protection against preferential weld metal corrosion when used for joining molybdenum-containing stainless steels, INCONEL alloy C-276, and INCONEL alloy 625. It is a versatile welding product for the chemical, power, petrolium, and marine industries.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCrMo-10; ISO ENi6022; UNS W86022; ASME IX, F-NO. 43; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrMo-10; Europe ENiCr21Mo13W3
INCONEL® Welding Electrode 152
INCONEL Welding Electrode 152 is used for shieled-metal-arc welding of INCONEL alloy 690. It has a higher chromium content which improves resistance to stress-corrosion cracking in the nuclear, pure water environment. It was designed to produce high quality welds in all positions. This electrode also produces corrosion-resistant overlays on most low-alloy and stainless steels.
Specifications: ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code Case 2143; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrFe-7; Europe ENiCr30Fe9Nb; AWS A5.11, ENiCrFe-7; ISO ENi6152; UNS W86152; ASME IX, F-NO. 43
INCONEL® Welding Electrode 152M
INCONEL Welding Electrode 152M is used for the shielded-metal-arc welding of INCONEL alloy 690, and the overlaying of carbon steels and stainless steels to provide a nickel-chromium alloy corrosion resistant surface. The high chromium level provides excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking in the nuclear, pure water environment. The product can also be used in applications requiring resistance to oxidizing acids.
Specifications: ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code Case 2143; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrFe-7; Europe ENiCr30Fe9Nb; AWS A5.11, ENiCrFe-7; ISO ENi6152
INCONEL® Welding Electrode 182
INCONEL Welding Electrode 182 is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of NICONEL alloys 600 and 601. The weld metal has excellent high-temperature resistance and can meet stringent radiographic requirements. Dissimilar welds for which the electrode are used include INCONEL alloys and INCOLOY alloys joined to carbon steels, stainless steels, nickel and MONEL alloys, MONEL alloys joined to carbon steels; nickel joined to stainless steels; and stainless steels joined to carbon steels.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCrFe-3; Werkstoff Nr. 2.4807; MIL-E-22200/3 Types MIL-8N12, MIL-8N12H; Europe ENiCr15Fe6Mn; DIN 1736 EL-NICr15FeMn; ASME IX, F-NO. 43; ISO ENi6182; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCrFe-3; VdTÜV 2105.00; UNS W86182
MONEL® Welding Electrode 187
MONEL Welding Electrode 187 is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of wrought or cast 70/30, 80/20, and 90/10 copper-nickel alloys. Like the base metals with which it is used, the weld metal resists fouling and corrosion in sea water and is useful for many marine and desalination applications. Dissimilar joints welded with the electrode include those between copper-nickel alloys and MONEL alloy 400 or Nickel 200.
Specifications: AWS A5.6, ECuNi; UNS W60715; ASME IX, F-NO. 34; Werkstoff Nr. 20838; ASME II, SFA-5.6, ECuNi; Europe ECu 7158; MIL-E-22200/4 Type MIL-CuNI(70:30); ISO ECu 7158; DIN 1733 S-CuNi30Mn
MONEL® Welding Electrode 190
MONEL Welding Electrode 190 is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of MONEL alloys 400, R-405, and K-500. It is also used for surfacing of steel. The weld metal is resisant to corrosion by sea water, salts, and reducing acids. The electrode is capable of producing weld deposits that meet stringent radiographic requirements. Although the electrode produces sound joints in MONEL alloy K-500, the weld metal has lower strength since, unlike the base metal, it is not age hardenable.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENiCu-7; UNS W84190; ASME IX, F-NO. 42; Europe ENiCu30Mn3Ti; DIN 1736 EL-NiCu30Mn; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENiCu-7; ISO ENi4060; MIL-E-22200/3 Type MIL-9N10; Werkstoff Nr. 2.4366; VdTÜV 2106.00
NI-ROD® Welding Electrode 55
NI-ROD 55 Welding Electrode is used for shielded-metal-arc welding of gray, ductile, malleable, and Ni-Resist cast irons. It is also used for welding cast irons to various wrought materials, including carbon steels, low-alloy steels, and nickel alloys.
The electrode is especially useful for welding heavy sections and high-phophorus irons.
Specifications: AWS A5.15, ENiFe-CI; Europe E C NiFe-CI; ISO E C NiFe-CI; UNS W82002; ASME II, SFA-5.15, ENIFe-CI
NI-ROD® Welding Electrode 55X
NI-ROD 55X Welding Electrode is a premium quality consumable for cast iron, offing true out-of-position welding capability with an ease of operation rivalling carbon steel electrodes.
NI-ROD 55X Electrode has a nickel-iron core wire to produce strong welds with low residual shrinkage stresses, and is well suited for welding thick sections. It has high tolerance for phosphorus and othe contaminants in the base metal, so high strength, good ductile welds can be made in low-grade cast irons.
The electrodes provide excellent operability for groove and fillet welding in the downhand position and the smaller diameter electrodes are also suitable for all position welding.
NI-ROD® Welding Electrode 99X
NI-ROD 99X Welding Electrode is a premium quality consumable for cast iron, offing true out-of-position welding capability with an ease of operation rivalling carbon steel electrodes. 99X Electrode has a commercially pure nickel core, and is recommended for welding thin cast iron sections and for where optimum machinability for single-pass or single-layer weldments is required.
NI-ROD 99X Welding Electrode is used for joining gray iron, ductile iron, compacted graphite iron, malleable iron and various alloyed irons to themselves, to each other, to steels, to stainless steels, and to nickel alloys.
NICKEL Welding Electrode 141
Nicel Welding Electrode 141 is used for sheilded-metal-arc welding of Nickel 200 and Nickel 201, welding the clad side of nickel-clad steel, and surfacing of steel. The reaction of titanium with carbon in the weld metal holds free carbon to a low level so that the electrode can be used with low-carbon nickel (Nickel 201). The weld metal has good corrosion resistance, especially in alkalies.
Specifications: AWS A5.11, ENi-1; Werkstoff Nr. 2.4156; DIN 1736 EL-NiTi3; UNS W82141; ASME IX, F-NO. 41; Europe ENiTi3; ASME II, SFA-5.11, ENi-1; ISO ENi2061; VdTÜV 1286.01