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SPECIAL ALLOYS

SPECIAL

ALLOYS

ALLOY AWS GRADE MIG (15.0kg Spool) TIG (5.0kg Tube)

ER2209 AWS A5.9 22 9 3 N L 7818 - 1.0mm 7820 - 2.4mm

7819 - 1.2mm

ALLOY AWS GRADE MIG (15.0kg Spool) TIG (5.0kg Tube)

ERNiCr-3 A5.14 NiCr20Mn3Nb / S Ni 6082 7800 - 1.0mm 7802 - 2.4mm

7801 - 1.2mm

NiCr-3 Bare corrosion and heat-resisting Ni-Cr-Mo wire for welding of high alloyed heat-resisting and corrosion resisting

materials, 9%Ni-steels and similar steels with high notch toughness at low temperatures. Also for joining of dissimilar metals

of the types mentioned. The weld metal has very good mechanical properties at high and low temperatures. Good resistance to

pitting and stress corrosion.

NiCrMo-3 Ni-based solid wire for SAW welding. Corrosion and heat resistant. For welding of high alloyed steels, heat resistant steels,

corrosion resistant steels, 9% Ni-steels and similar steels with high toughness at low temperatures. NiCrMo-3 shall be combined with

Flux 10.90 or Flux 10.16.

ALLOY AWS GRADE MIG (15.0kg Spool) TIG (5.0kg Tube)

ERNiCrMo-3 A5.14 NiCr22Mo9Nb / S Ni 6625 7803 - 1.0mm 7805 - 2.4mm

7804 - 1.2mm

NiCrMo-4 is a corrosion and heat resistant, nickel-chromium wire welding of high alloyed steel, heat resistant steel, corrosion

resistant steel, 9Ni steels and similar steels with high toughness at low temperatures. Good resistance to stress.

ALLOY AWS GRADE MIG (15.0kg Spool) TIG (5.0kg Tube)

ERNiCrMo-4 A5.14 NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4 / S Ni 6276 7806 - 1.0mm 7808 - 2.4mm

7807 - 1.2mm

NiCrMo13 Bare Ni-Cr-Mo wire for welding of high alloyed Ni-base materials, 9% Ni steel and super austenic steels of type 20Cr-25Ni

with 4-6% Mo. Can also be used for welding carbon steel to Ni base steel. The weld metal has a very good toughness and is corrosion

resistant over a wide range of applications in oxidizing and reducing media.

ALLOY AWS GRADE MIG (15.0kg Spool) TIG (5.0kg Tube)

ERNiCrMo13 A5.14 RNiCr23Mo-16 / S Ni 6059 7809 - 1.0mm 7811 - 2.4mm

7810 - 1.2mm

NiCu-7 Bare nickel based welding wire alloyed with 30% Cu for welding of base materials of the same type. Can also be used to join

these alloys to steel. The weld metal has good resistance to flowing seawater and has high strength and toughness over a rather wide

temperature range. Has also good resistance to hydrofluoric acid, sulfuric acid, alkalis etc. Can be used for welding of similar types of

base materials which are age-hardenable with small additions of Ti and Al.

ALLOY AWS GRADE MIG (15.0kg Spool) TIG (5.0kg Tube)

ERNiCu-7 A5.14 NiCu30Mn3Ti / S Ni 4060 7812 - 1.0mm 7814 - 2.4mm

7813 - 1.2mm

NiFe-Cl A nickel-iron electrode for welding normal grades of cast iron and for joining them to steel. Can be used for malleable

modular cast iron and alloy cast iron. It has a special iron jacketed Ni core wire, which gives the wire much improved current carrying

capacity compared to electrodes with a homogeneous core wire. The electrode produces a weld metal stronger and more resistant to

solidification cracking than the pure nickel electrode types. Typical applications are repair of pump bodies, heavy machine sections,

gear teeth, flanges and pulleys.

ALLOY AWS GRADE MIG (15.0kg Spool) TIG (5.0kg Tube)

ERNiFe-Cl A5.14 NiFe-1 7815 - 1.0mm 7817 - 2.4mm

7816 - 1.2mm

2209 Bare, corrosion-resistant, duplex welding wire for welding austenitic-ferritic stainless alloys of the 22% Cr, 5% Ni, 3% Mo types.

2209 has high general corrosion resistance. In media containing chloride and hydrogen sulphide, the alloy has high resistance to intergranular

corrosion, pitting and especially to stress corrosion. The alloy is used in a variety of applications across all industrial sectors.

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