NICKEL & NICKEL ALLOYS
Pure nickel filler rod / wire for TIG / MIG welding
UTS : 42-54 Kgf/mm2
Impact value: 130J
Used for joining and cladding pure nickel grades, e.g. Wnr. 2.4050-Ni 99.8, 2.4060-Ni 99.6, 2.4062-Ni 99.4 Fe, 2.4066-Ni 99.2, 2.4068-LC-Ni 99, 2.4106-Ni Mn 1, 2.4108 Ni Mn 1 C, 2.411-Ni Mn 2. Welding nickel-clad steel plates, nickel to steel and copper to steel. Used as buffer layers when welding or surfacing steels using Cu-Ni and Ni-Cu filler material, tanks, valve bodies, pipe lines, heat exchanger tubes, end plates, etc.
TIG / MIG 511
Monel filler rod / wire for TIG / MIG welding
UTS: 48-52 Kgf/mm2
Charpy V notch impact energy: 110J
Shielding gas: Welding grade argon
Used for joining and cladding Monel, Monel-clad steels, nickel-copper alloys and alloy steels. Chemical industry, shipbuilding, oil industry, pump impellers, tubes (e.g. heat exchanger of condenser tubes), distillation towers, tanks. Suitable for working temperatures ranging from –196 to + 400ºC.
TIG / MIG 512
Cupro-nickel filler rod / wire for TIG / MIG welding
UTS: 35-48 Kgf/mm2
Shielding gas: Welding grade argon
Used for joining and cladding copper-nickel alloys with up to 30% nickel. For Wnr : 2.0806, 2.0812, 2.0818, 2.0822, 2.0830, 2.0836, 2.0842, 2.0862, 2.0872, 2.0878, 2.0882, 2.0890. Also used in shipbuilding, fertilizer and chemical industry, paper and pulp on applications like vessels, condenser tubes, condensers, heat-exchangers, pipelines, valve bodies, etc.
Nickel based super alloy filler rod / wire for TIG / MIG welding
UTS : 62-68 Kgf/mm2
Elongation : 20-30%
TIG/MIG 517 is used for welding inconel 617, incoloy 800, 800 H, 800 HT, 803, HP 45, other heat-resisting alloys with dissimilar metals for high-temperature service up to 1250º C. Also used on valves, pumps, pipelines, heat exchanger tubes subjected to severe chemical corrosion and temperature environment.
TIG / MIG 521
Inconel filler rod / wire wire for TIG / MIG welding
UTS: 55-59 Kgf/mm2
Impact energy: > 100J
Used for joining and cladding pressure vessels, boilers, fittings, induction coils, furnace parts immersion tubes etc. Welded joints between dissimilar alloys and cryogenic nickel steels. Suitable for all types of steels, Wnr. 2.4605, 2.4630, 2.4631, 2.4669, 1.4876, 2.4816, 2.4856, 2.4858, 2.4867, 2.4869, 2.4870, 2.4951, LC-Ni Cr 15 Fe, Ni Cr 15 Fe Mo. Particularly suitable for welding “black-white” joints sensitive to thermal loading above 300ºC, in order to prevent carbon diffusion.
TIG 521 M
Inconel filler metal for GTAW
UTS: 114-116 Kgf/mm2
Used for joining and cladding Inconel, Incoloy, other heat resistant metals. Applications in chemical, steel, fertilizer, refineries, paper industry like tanks, reformer tubes, heaters, heat exchanger, coils etc.
Inconel filler rod / wire for TIG / MIG welding
UTS : 76-80 Kgf/mm2
Elongation : 30-35%
TIG/MIG 524 is used for joining and cladding dissimilar steels, nickel steels and various corrosion-resistant alloys such as alloy 20. The weld metal has high strength over a broad temperature range and has exceptional corrosion resistance, including resistance to localized attack such as pitting and crevice corrosion.
Ni-Cr-Mo filler rod / wire for TIG / MIG welding
UTS : 69-76 Kgf/mm2
Elongation : 25-35%
Hardness as-welded : 20-25 RC
work hardened : 30-36 RC
Used for building-up worn out or new tools for hot working, die-plates, forge dies, hot shear blades, hot stripping rolls, mandrel punches, forming tools in foundry and forge, steel rolling and metal working industry.
Most versatile nickel- chromium- molybdenum tungsten alloy for TIG /MIG welding
UTS : 69-77 Kgf/mm2
Used for acetic acid/acetic unhydride, acid etching, cello phene manufacturing, chlorination systems, complex acid mixtures, electro-galvanising rolls, expansion bellows, flue gas scrubber systems, geothermal wells, HF furnace scrubbers, incineration scrubber systems, nuclear fuel reprocessing, pesticide production, phosphoric acid production, pickling systems, plate heat exchanger, selective bleaching systems, SO2 cooling towers, sulfonation systems, tubular heat exchanger, weld overlay-valves, etc.