AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

~ER307

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 18 8 Mn

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 18 8 Mn

DIN M. No.

1.4370

Austenitic stainless steel wire electrode for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of dissimilar steels, difficult to weld steels, armour plates, high manganese steels, rails, crossovers. Suitable also for depositing stress relaxing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metals and hardfacing jobs, e.g. crane wheel surfacing where high degree of pressure and dynamical loads exists. Weld metal has a high degree of corrosion resistance and resistant to operating temperatures up to 300°C and non-scalling up to 850°C. Observe welding procedures, preheating temperature and avoid high admixture of base metal.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER308LSi

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 19 9 LSi

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 19 9 LSi

DIN M. No.

1.4316

Austenitic stainless steel welding wire for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of unstabilized or stabilized corrosion resisting Cr-Ni steels tanks, pipes and equipments used in food beverage and pharmaceutical industry. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to 350°C. Non-scaling up to 800°C, in air or oxidizing combustion gasas.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER309LSi

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 23 12 LSi

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 23 12 LSi

DIN M. No.

1.4332

Austenitic-ferritic wire electrode for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of dissimilar joints of stainless steels to unallyoed or low-alloyed steels, subjected to operating temperatures up to 300°C. Suitable to use also as buffer layer on carbon steel before welding with 308 and 308L to reach 304 and 304L layer. Low carbon content increases resistance to intergranular corrosion.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER310

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 25 20

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 25 20

DIN M. No.

1.4842

Fully austenitic stainless steel wire electrode for GMA (MIG/MAG ) welding of heat resistant steels, containing approx. 25% chromium and 20% nickel, which are used in heat treatment and industrial furnaces and equipments, like cement and steel industries. Also suited for welding heat resistant and scaling resistant ferritic chromium steels, provided that corrosion attack by reducing sulphur-bearing combustion gases is not be expected. Weld metal exhibits good toughness down to -196°C and non-scaling up to 1200°C

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER312

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 29 9

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 29 9

DIN M. No.

1.4337

Austenitic-ferritic stainless steel wire electrode for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of dissimilar steels and and depositing buffer layers on ferritic steels. It features high resistance to cracking and toughness, is therefore suited for joining difficult to weld steels and depositing stress-relaxing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metals. Weld metal is non-scaling up to 1100°C. Especially used in die and tool repair, crack repairs in difficult to weld steels, gear teeth repair and rebuilding, buffer layer application on cutting blades. Suitable also for welding galvanized steel plates.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER316LSi

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 19 12 3 LSi

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 19 12 3 LSi

DIN M. No.

1.4430

Austenitic stainless steel wire electrode for GMA (MIG) welding of unstabilized or stabilized corrosion resisting Cr-Ni-Mo steels. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to 400°C. Especially used in welding chemical tanks, pipes and equipments which are used in chemical, petrochemical, paint, textile, paper and shipbuilding industries, etc.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER347

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 19 9 Nb

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 19 9 Nb

DIN M. No.

1.4551

Stabilized austenitic stainless steel wire electrode for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of unstabilized and stabilized corrosion resistant Cr-Ni steels, used in food, beverage, chemical and pharmacutical industries. Stabilized with Nb (Niobium) and resistant to intergranular corrosion. Weld metal is suitable for operating temperatures of up to 400°C, non-scaling up to 800°C , in air and oxidizing combustion gases.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER 385

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 20 25 5 Cu L

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 20 25 5 Cu L

DIN M. No.

~1.4519

Fully-austenitic stainless steel wire electrode for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of unstabilized or stabilized corrosion resisting Cr-Ni-Mo alloyed stainless steels like; 904L/1.4539. Especially used in flue gas desulphurization plants, fertilizer plants, sea water transfer fittings, petrochemical, paper and pulp industries, etc. Due to high Ni, Mo and low C content, weld metal has high resistant to intergranular, pitting, crevice and stress corrosion types in chloride containing solutions, phosphorus-, sulphur-, acetic-, formic acids, sea water. Stick Electrode : EI 385TIG Welding Rod: TI 385

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER 410

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 13

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 13

DIN M. No.

1.4006

Martensitic stainless steel wire for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of martensitic stainless steels, heat resistant steels and cast steels which contain approx. 13% chromium. Suitable for joining and surfacing of gas, water and steam fan, fan blades and fittings subjected to corrosion, erosion and operating temperatures up to 450°C. Depending on type of base metal composition and thickness, preheating between 200 and 300°C, keeping the interpass temperature during welding and tempering between 700 and 750°C after welding are advisable. Stick Electrode : EIS 410TIG Welding Rod: TI 410

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.9

ER2209

EN ISO 14343 - A

G 22 9 3 N L

TS EN ISO 14343 - A

G 22 9 3 N L

DIN M. No.

~1.4462

Dublex (ferritic-austenitic) stainless steel wire electrode for GMA (MIG/MAG) welding of dublex Cr-Ni-Mo stainless steels. Espacially used in welding of acid tanks and pipes, in chemical, petrochemical, paper, shipbuilding and desalination industries. Suitable also for welding dublex stainless steels to carbon steels. The high strength and ductile weld metal exhibits good resisitance to pitting,crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking in chloride-bearing media. Suitable for operating temperatures up to 250°C.