AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

~E307-16

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 12

DIN M. No.

1.4370

Rutile coated electrode for joining dissimilar steels, depositing buffer layer before hardfacing and claddings on ferritic steels. The weld metal consists of austenitic Cr-Ni-Mn steel with possible small amounts of delta ferrite. The weld metal is highly crack resistant and therefore suited for joining difficult to weld steels and depositing stress relaxing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metal prior to hardfacing deposits. Weld metal work hardens by impact and pressure. Suitable for armour plates, high-manganese steels, rails, cross-overs, crane wheels, idlers, which are subjected to dynamically loading, pressure, impact and abrasion. It is non-scaling up to 850°C and highest operating temperature for dissimilar steel joints is 300°C. In the case of higher temperatures, use ENI 422 electrodes. Easy to use in positional welding and possible to use equally well both with AC and DC.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

~E307-15

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn B 22

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn B 22

DIN M. No.

1.4370

Basic coated electrode for joining dissimilar steels and depositing buffer layer before hardfacing and claddings on ferritic steels. The weld metal consists of austenitic Cr-Ni-Mn steel with possible small amounts of delta ferrite. The weld metal is highly crack resistant and therefore suited to joining difficult to weld steels and depositing stress relaxing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metal prior hardfacing deposits. Weld metal work hardens by impact and pressure. Suitable for armour plates, rail, cross-over, crane wheels, idlers, which are subjected to dynamically loading, pressure, impact and abrasion. It is non-scaling up to 850°C and highest operating temperature for dissimilar steel joints is 300°C. In the case of higher temperatures, use ENI 422 electrodes. Used with DCEP (DC+)

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

~E307-26

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 53

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 53

DIN M. No.

1.4370

High efficiency (160 %) electrode for joining dissimilar steels and depositing buffer layer before hardfacing and claddings on ferritic steels. The weld metal consists of austenitic Cr-Ni-Mn steel with possible small amounts of delta ferrite. The weld metal is highly crack resistant and therefore suited for joining difficult to weld steels and depositing stress relaxing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metal prior to hardfacing deposits. Weld metal work hardens by impact and pressure. Suitable for armour plates, rail, cross-overs, crane wheels, idlers, which are subjected to dynamically loading, pressure, impact and abrasion. It is non-scaling up to 850°C and highest operating temperature for dissimilar steel joints is 300°C. In the case of higher temperatures, use ENI 422 electrodes. High current carrying capacity due to its low alloy steel core wire and possible to use equally well both with AC and DC.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E308L-16

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L R 12

DIN M. No.

1.4316

Rutile coated electrode for welding austenitic stainless Cr-Ni steels or cast steels, having an extra low carbon content, as well as stainless or heat resisting chromium steels or cast steels. Suitable for welding stainless steel tanks, valves, pipes and linings in chemical, food, beverage, pharmaceutical industries. For operating temperatures of up to 350°C, non-scaling up to 800°C. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC. Easy arc striking and re-striking. Fine metal droplet transfer, good fusion of joint faces, finely rippled bead surface, easily removable slag.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E308L-15

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L B 22

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L B 22

DIN M. No.

1.4316

Basic coated electrode for welding austenitic stainless Cr-Ni steels or cast steels, having an extra low carbon content, as well as stainless or heat resisting chromium steels or cast steels. Suitable for welding stainless steel tanks, valves, pipes and linings in chemical, petrochemical, energy, food, beverage, pharmaceutical industries. For operating temperatures of up to 350°C, non-scaling up to 800°C. Possible to use with DC. Fine metal droplet transfer, good fusion of joint faces, finely rippled bead surface, provides high strength weld metal. 

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E308L-17

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L R 12

DIN M. No.

1.4316

Rutile type electrode for welding austenitic stainless Cr-Ni steels or cast steels, having an extra low carbon content, as well as stainless or heat resisting chromium steels or cast steels. Suitable for welding stainless steel tanks, valves, pipes and linings in chemical, food, beverage, pharmaceutical industries. For operating temperatures of up to 350°C, non-scaling up to 800°C. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC. Easy arc striking and re-striking. Fine metal droplet transfer, good fusion of joint faces, very finely rippled, flat and smooth bead surface especially in fillet welds, easily removable slag.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E308Mo-15

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 20 10 3 B 22

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 20 10 3 B 22

DIN M. No.

1.4443

Basic electrode, particularly designed for welding armour plates, dissimilar steels and for surfacing purposes. The weld metal consists of austenitic Cr-Ni-Mn-Mo stainless steel. It features high resistance to cracking caused by impact and high temperature and is therefore indicated for difficult to weld steels and depositing stress relaxing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metal or beneath hardfacing deposits. Use with DCEP. No pre-heat or post welding heat treatment is needed when welding armour plates. Interpass temperature should not exceed 120°C. Shall be used with shortest possible stick-out distance, at 90° angle to the work piece.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E308H-16

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 H R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 H R 12

DIN M. No.

1.4302

Rutile type austenitic stainless steel electrode for welding especially 304H and similar austenitic stainless steels or cast steels and heat resistant steels, having high carbon content. Suitable for welding stainless steel tanks, valves, pipes and linings in chemical, food, beverage, pharmaceutical, fertilizer industries. Weld metal is suitable for use at high operating temperatures and it is also non-scaling. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC. Easy arc striking and re-striking. Fine metal droplet transfer, good fusion of joint faces, finely rippled bead surface, easily removable slag.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E308-26

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 R 53

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 R 53

DIN M. No.

~1.4301

Rutile type stainless steel electrode with high recovery (160%) for welding 18Cr/8Ni austenitic stainless steels to mild steels and low alloyed steels and also for surfacing applications on such steels. Weld metal deposit is austenitic-ferritic stainless steels. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC. High current carrying capacity, since core wire is not made of stainless steel.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E309L-16

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 23 12 L R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 23 12 L R 12

DIN M. No.

1.4337

Electrode for joining dissimilar steels (austenitic steels to ferritic steels) and for austenitic claddings on ferritic steels. Weld metal consists of austenite with approx. 15% delta-ferrite. Claddings on unalloyed and low alloy steels are already corrosion resistant in the first layer. Highest operating temperature for joints between dissimilar steels is 300°C. In case of higher temperatures use ENI 422 electrodes. Fine metal droplet transfer, good fusion of joint faces, finely ripped bead surface, easy slag removal, easy arc striking and restriking.