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FCW S 318L
Stainless alloys
Cladding
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.22: E318T0-4 - E318T0-1 Nearest
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=placagealloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E318T0-4 - E318T0-1 Nearest
EN 12073: T 19 12 3 Nb R M 3 - T 19 12 3 Nb R C 3

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 12% nickel - 3% molybdenum - niobium stabilised deposit

• Attractive bead appearance, easy slag release, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Can be used out of position

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 318L is suitable for welding stabilised stainless steels with alloy content between 16 - 21% Cr, 6 -13% Ni and up to 3% Mo. It is also used for corrosion resistant weld overlays

FCW DCO O
Heat resistant steels
Tool steels
Hardfacing
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_pour_outillagealloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_pour_outillage | Tool steels
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T ZFe3

Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Suitable for withstanding corrosion and metal-metal wear at high temperature up to 650ºC

• An economical alternative to stellite material

APPLICATIONS

FCW DCO O is used for surfacing hot-working tools and allowed to buildup thick coatings without risk of cracking

Examples

Hardfacing hot working stamping punches, dies, extrusion pistons, mandrels, continuous casting rolls.

Abrafil CrMo1
Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A5.28: ER80S-B2
ISO 21952-A: G Z CrMo1Si
alloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.28: ER80S-B2
ISO 21952-A: G Z CrMo1Si

Copper coated solid wire for GMAW -alloyed with Cr and Mo- for welding creep resisting steels with 1% Cr - 0.5% Mo. Resistant to high temperature up to 500-550°C. For piping systems, boilers, overheaters. Nice aspect of the weld bead.

Main applications: Petrochemical industry, chemical industry.

BASE MATERIALS:

Steels and pipes for boiler and pressure vessels:

NF A 36-206

:

15D3 - 18MD4 –05 -15CD2.05 - 15 CD4.05

DIN 17155

:

13 CrMo 4.4 - 15CrMo3 - 13CrMoV42

DIN 1681

:

GS 22 CrMo5.4 – GS 22 Mo4

ASTM

:

A537 - A299 A355 GrP11 u. P12

Heat treatable steels:

NF A 35-551

:

18CD4 - 16CM5

NF A 35-552

:

25CD4

DIN 17210

:

25CrMo4

FCW 414N-O
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe7 CZ
DIN 8555: MF 5 GF 45 CZ

Nitrogen bearing open arc wire for cladding of continuous casting rolls

Nitrogen bearing open arc wire for cladding of continuous casting rolls.

Nitrogen-containing 13% Cr martensitic stainless steel weld deposit optimised for corrosion resistance.

The alloy has high hardness and excellent wear and galling resistance.

Ferritic-martensitic stainless steel weld deposit with excellent resistance to thermal fatigue.

Applications

The fully martensitic microstructure provides outstanding tempering resistance, wear resistance, excellent response to thermal fatigue and stress corrosion cracking.

Extensively used as a cladding alloy for rebuilding various steel mill rolls subject to repetitive thermal stresses, corrosion and metal-to-metal wear.

Examples

Typical applications include cladding of continuous caster rolls and certain rolls used in hot rolling applications, steam turbine components, valve seats, valve gates, valve wedges, safety valves etc...

FCW AP G
Austenitic steels
alloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe9

Cored wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Cored wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Austenitic deposit with excellent work hardening properties

APPLICATIONS:

FCW AP G produces an austenitic and non magnetic weld deposit which has excellent work hardening properties. The degree of work hardening is dependent on the amount of impact on the rebuilt component. It is used for rebuilding components exposed to high impact or heavy loads and can be used on ferritic and austenitic steels including “Hadfield” manganese steel. Deposit can be multi-layered

Examples Railroad frogs, crusher rolls, hammers, steel mill rolls and all components where a work hardening deposit is desirable.

Abral 12Si
Aluminum alloys
Maintenance and repair
AWS A5.3: “E4047”
alloy=alliages_d_aluminiumalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=alliages_d_aluminium | Aluminum alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
AWS A5.3: “E4047”
UNS: A94047
DIN 1732: EL-AlSi12
Werkstoff Nr.: 3.2585 Aluminium electrode with 12% Si Aluminium electrode with 12% Si for welding and repairing aluminium or aluminium alloy pieces (AlSi, AlCuSiMn, AlSiMg). Specially designed for welding cast or extruded aluminium alloys with Si-levels higher than 7%. Dissimilar joints between aluminium and aluminium alloys.

Main applications: Engine blocks, cylinder heads, tanks, containers, frames, lorry tipper.
DIN Material N°

G-AlSi9Mg

3.2373

G-AlSi10Mg

3.2381

G-AlSi10MgCu

3.2383

G-AlSi12

3.2581

G-AlSi12Cu

3.2583

Abratig Al995
Aluminum alloys
AWS A5.10: ~ ER1100
EN ISO 18273: S Al 1070 (Al99.7)
alloy=alliages_d_aluminium
cat=alliages_d_aluminium | Aluminum alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.10: ~ ER1100
EN ISO 18273: S Al 1070 (Al99.7)

Filler metal used for welding pure aluminium.

Applications: Food industry, boiler, cover, chemical industry

Abrafil Titane2
Titanium alloys
AWS A5.16: ERTI-2
ISO 24034: Ti 0120 (Ti 99.6)
alloy=alliages_de_titane
cat=alliages_de_titane | Titanium alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.16: ERTI-2
ISO 24034: Ti 0120 (Ti 99.6)
AMS: 4951

Filler metal used for welding of pure titanium Grade 2 type

FCW 350-G
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe1 350 P
DIN 8555: MSG 1 GF 350 P

Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing.

Low alloy martensitic deposit.

FCW 350-G is used for surfacing and rebuilding parts subjected to impact and high compressive stresses.

FCW Sub 309LMo-G
Stainless alloys
Feritic and martensitic alloys
ASME IIC SFA 5.9 / AWS A 5.9: EC309LMo
EN ISO 17633-A: T 23 12 2 L M M 3
EN ISO 17633-B: TS309LMo-MG0
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiques
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiques | Feritic and martensitic alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.9 / AWS A 5.9: EC309LMo
EN ISO 17633-A: T 23 12 2 L M M 3
EN ISO 17633-B: TS309LMo-MG0
Equivalent Material number: 1.4459
ASME IX Qualification: QW432 F-N° 6 QW442 A-N° 8

DESCRIPTION

- Metal cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

- 24% chromium - 13% nickel - low carbon deposit

- Enhanced productivity, improved weldability, better wetting properties compared to solid wires

- Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

APPLICATIONS

- Welding stainless steels of similar composition or ferritic stainless steels.

- Joining stainless steels to mild and low-alloyed steels.

- Rebuilding and buffering before cladding or hardfacing.

- Maintenance on « hard-to-weld steels ».

Examples

Dissimilar welds between stainless CrNiMo stainless steels and mild or low alloyed CMn steels, for service temperatures up to 350°C. Tube S 309LMo-G has superior resistance to dilution when compared to 309L

deposits because of its higher alloy and ferrite content. Compared to the AWS 312 weldments it benefits from an improved strength/ ductility balance.

MS 160
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.1: E 7024
EN ISO 2560: E 512 RR 160 32
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
NFA 81-309: E 512/2 RR 160 32
AWS A 5.1: E 7024
BS 639: E 5122 RR 160 32
EN ISO 2560: E 512 RR 160 32
DIN 1913: E 5122 RR 11 160 ​High efficiency rutile electrode (160%)

High efficiency rutile electrode (160%) - for a high deposition rate, long beads and a nice aspect of the weld seams -soft fusion and self releasing slag.

Frequently use for butt-welding plates with a heavy thickness and fillet welds.


Construction steels for general use :

NF A 35-501 : A33.A34-2.E24-2, 3. E28-2, 3. E30-2, 3. A50-2*.

DIN 17100 : St33-1.St37-2, 3.St44-2, 3*. St50-2*.

ASTM : A283grB, C, D. A570gr30,33,40.

Tube steels and ship steels:

NF A 36-205 : A37CP, A42CP, A48CP.

DIN 17155 : HI, HII, HIII, 17Mn 4.

ASTM : A414grC, D, E, F. A442gr55, 60. A514grC, D, E, F. A515gr55, 60, 65, 70. A285grC.

(*)with eventual pre- and post weld heat treatment in the case of heavy thickness.

Abrafil NiTi
Nickel alloys
AWS A5.14: ER Ni 1
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.14: ER Ni 1
DIN 1736: SG-Ni Ti 4
EN 18274: S-NiTi3 Ni2061
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4155

Filler metal used for welding pure Nickel grades, types : 200, Ni 201, Ni 99.2, LC-Ni99. Also used in heterogeneous welding of steel on Nickel or cupro-Nickel alloys

Applications: chemical and Power Industry, sub-assembly layer

BASE MATERIAL

200

UNS

N02200

DIN

Ni 99.2

W.-Nr.

2.4066

201

N02201

LC Ni 99

2.4068

205

N02205

LC Ni 99.6

2.4061

Ni 99.6

2.4060

Ni 99.8

2.4050

Ni 99.4Fe/ Ni Mn 3AL

2.4062/ 2.4122

Ni Mn 1/ Ni Mn 5

2.4106/ 2.4116

Ni Mn 2/ Ni AL 4 Ti

2.4110/ 2.4128


FCW CV
Hardfacing
Anti abrasion
alloy=rechargementalloy=anti_abrasion
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
DIN 8555 : MF 10-GF-65-GRZ
EN 14700 : T Fe16

Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Low cost version of the FCW CNV giving almost comparable results

• High chromium cast iron for hardsurfacing components subject to extremely severe abrasive wear and moderate impact up to 600°C

APPLICATIONS

FCW CV is designed to give a weld deposit of particularly high hardness and wear resistance on account of the dispersion of complex carbides it contains. This gives superior performance compared to standard chromium cast irons. Relief checking is normal.

Examples

Used for crushing, riddling, blast furnace hoppers and throats, ovens etc.

ABRADUR 67
Hardfacing
FlexCord
alloy=rechargementalloy=an_other_cat
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=an_other_cat | FlexCord

Hardfacing flexible cord

ABRADUR 67 is a flexible cord, designed for hard facing application by brazing method with an oxygen-acetylene torch. It contains very hard particles of spherical Tungsten carbide mixed with a Nickel matrix.

The ABRADUR 67 is designed for friction metal to metal such as scrapper of cylindrical crusher.

Abrafil 307Si
Hardfacing
AWS A5.9: ~ER 307
alloy=rechargement
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.9: ~ER 307
EN 12072: W 18 8 Mn
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4370

Solid rod - filler metal for MIG welding and overlaying on manganese steel, high sulphur and phosphourus contain steels. Also used for joining dissimilar steels as construction steels to stainless steels, as well as for cushion layers prior hardfacing, for repairing of pieces submitted to shocks or wear.


BASE MATERIAL

UNS

DIN

W - Nr.

-

-

G - X 120 Mn 12

1.3401

ABRAFIL CuAl8Ni6
Cupro-aluminum alloys
AWS A5.7: ER CuNiAl
EN ISO 14640: S Cu 6328 (CuAl9Ni5Fe3Mn2)
alloy=alliages_cupro-aluminium
cat=alliages_cupro-aluminium | Cupro-aluminum alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.7: ER CuNiAl
DIN 1733: SG CuAl8Ni6
EN ISO 14640: S Cu 6328 (CuAl9Ni5Fe3Mn2)
W. Nr.: 2.0923

Desalting installations, CuNiAl ship propellers, cladding against corrosion, cladding against wear, gliding surfaces, shipbuilding, pump building, shafts, guide grooves, tube systems etc.

• The weld metal is a Cu-Al-Ni bronze

• Sound, pore free deposits on ferrous and non-ferrous base materials

• Seawater, wear and corrosion resistance; for example when seawater, cavitation and erosion are simultaneously affecting the weld deposit.

Applications

CuNiAl, CuAlNi, aluminum bronze, ship propellers, 2.0923, UNS C63000, C630AlBz, Joint welds or building up of aluminum bronze. Cladding (steel) components undergoing metal to metal wear under high pressure.

Especially suited for marine environments. The addition of nickel improves corrosion resistance in heat and rough seawater.

FCW S 309LNb
Stainless alloys
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E309LNbT0-4 - E309LNbT0-1
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 23 12 Nb R M21 3 - T Z 23 12 Nb R C1 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E309LNbT0-4 - E309LNbT0-1
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 23 12 Nb R M21 3 - T Z 23 12 Nb R C1 3 309LNB flux cored wire

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

23% chromium - 12% nickel - niobium stabilised - low carbon deposit

Attractive bead appearance, easy slag release and high productivity

Very resistant to moisture pick up

Maximum performance in the horizontal and downhand positions

Welded with classical economic Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

Buffering mild and low alloyed steels in AISI 347 and AISI 321 claddings

First run when welding 347 or 321 clad steels prior to completion with FCW S/V 347L

Abrafil 600
Feritic and martensitic alloys
Hardfacing
alloy=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiquesalloy=rechargement
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiques | Feritic and martensitic alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
DIN 8555: MSG 6 GZ-60
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4718

Solid wire designed for impact- and stroke-resistant hardfacing. Filler deposit is free of cracks, hard, impact- and abrasion- resistant. In case of hard-to-weld materials preheating or undercoat (buffer layer) is recommended.

Can be used for: crusher wheels, loader buckets parts and a final layer of manganese steels hardfacing.

Structure: martensitic

LH 882S
Cold tough steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A5.5: E 8018-C1
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A5.5: E 8018-C1
EN 499: E 46 6 2Ni B 4 2 Basic electrode for steels with high toughness

Low hydrogen basic coated electrode alloyed with Nickel for welding fine grain steels resistant to cracks at low temperature (-60°C steels with Nickel, steels for Lt.). Good characteristics of cold toughness.

Frequently used for liquid gas distribution pipes, tanks, off shore and petrochemical.


Fine grain construction steels, cold tough :

NF A 36-204 :E 420T - E460T

NF A 36-205 : A37FP - A42FP - 48FP - A52FP

NF A 36-207 : A510FP1 - A550FP2

NF A 36208 : 0.5 Ni 285 and 355 (10N2)

NF A 36208: 1.5 Ni 285 and 355 (15N6)

DIN 17102 : TsTE 255 to TsTE 420

DIN 17780 : 14Ni6 - 10Ni14 - 11MnNi5.3 - 12MnNi6.3 - 13MnNi6.3.

ASTM : A203Cr A and B - A352CrLC2 - A334Cr7 - A714Cr 1 to 6

ASTM: A707Cr L4 à L6 - A662Cr A and B.

Abratig Ni6686
AWS A 5.14: ER NiCrMo-14
EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6686
alloy=
AWS A 5.14: ER NiCrMo-14
EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6686
W. Nr.: 2.4606

Filler metal for welding of duplex, super-duplex and super-austenitic stainless steels, as well as nickel alloys such as UNS N06059 and N06022, INCONEL alloy C-276, and INCONEL alloys 622, C22, 625, Alloy 31, 1.4562 and Ni6686. Also capable of being used to deposit overlays of outstanding corrosion- resistance onto a range of steels. The high alloy levels (of Cr + Mo + W) result in increased resistance to pitting, crevice and general corrosion. Ni6686 is of great value for service environments requiring general corrosion-resistance in HCI or sulfuric acid; for resistance to crevice corrosion in hot, concentrated acid chloride solutions such as sulfur dioxide saturated NaCl solutions and oxidizing chloride solutions; and for resistance to intergranular attack, and for resistance to intergranular attack, after sensitization, in highly oxidizing environments. W86026

FCW V 22 9 3L
Stainless alloys
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
AWS A 5.22: E2209T1-4 - E2209T1-1
EN ISO 17633-A : T 22 9 3 N L P M 1 - T 22 9 3 N L P C 1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E2209T1-4 - E2209T1-1
EN ISO 17633-A : T 22 9 3 N L P M 1 - T 22 9 3 N L P C 1
ASME IX Qualification: QW432 F-N° 6 / QW442 A-N° 8

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 22% chromium - 9% nickel - 3% molybdenum - nitrogen - low carbon duplex stainless steel deposit

• Specifically designed for out-of-position welding

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum productivity for completion of vertical welds

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

Welding wrought, forged or cast duplex stainless steels for service in the as-welded condition Heterogeneous welding between duplex stainless steels and other stainless and mild or low alloyed steels

FCW S 317L
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.22: E317LT0-4 - E317LT0-1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E317LT0-4 - E317LT0-1
EN 12073: T 19 13 4 N L R M 3 - T 19 13 4 N L R C 3

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 13% nickel - 3.5% molybdenum - low carbon deposit

• Attractive bead appearance, automatic slag release, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Can be used out of position

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 317L is suitable for welding stainless steels with an alloy content between 16 to 21% Cr, 10 to 15% Ni and up to 3% Mo, stabilised and unstabilised types where enhanced resistance to pitting and acid corrosion is required.

Abrafil Cu
Copper alloys
AWS A5.7: ERCu
ISO 24373: S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
alloy=alliages_cuivreux
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cuivreux | Copper alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.7: ERCu
ISO 24373: S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.1006

Wire electrode for MIG welding of oxygen free Copper and cooper alloys. Good flow and porosity free weld seams due to the alloying with Tin. The melting temperature is relatively low and projections are minor.

If a high electrical conductivity is required use MIG CuAg.

Derustit 4020
Pickling paste transparent
alloy=
cat=Pâte_décapante_|_Pickling_paste_transparent | Pickling paste transparent
cat=sector | Sectors
cat=decapants_chimiques | Chemical treatments
cat=product | Products

Pickling paste transparent

When stainless steel is welded, various oxides and heat discolouration are produced. DERUSTIT pickling paste 4020 is designed to remove such contaminants that could effect the corrosion resis- tance of the metal. This also aids the inspection of the welded joint and adjacent metal. As it is in paste form, 4020 can be applied to vertical welds and to these areas inaccessible to alternative mechanical methods of descaling.

DERUSTIT pickling paste 4020 is intended for use on the Austenitic range of stainless steels and other high Nickel alloys.

FCW SB 316L
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.22: E316LT0-4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 12 3 L Z M 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E316LT0-4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 12 3 L Z M 3
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4430

Basic flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

· Basic flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

· 19% chromium - 12% nickel - 3% molybdenum - low carbon deposit

· For cryogenic and highly restrained structures

· Exclusive slag system favours attractive bead appearance, excellent slag release, good penetration profile and high productivity

· Attractive weldability and maximum performance in the horizontal and downhand positions

· Excellent X-ray soundness, ductility and unique impact toughness

· Welded with classical economic Ar-CO2 mixtures

APPLICATIONS

FCW SB316L is suitable for welding stainless steels with an alloy content between 16 to 21% Cr, 6 to 13% Ni and up to 3% Mo, stabilised and unstabilised types

Abratig 308LSi
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A5.9 : ER308LSi
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
AWS A5.9 : ER308LSi
DIN 8556: SG-X2 CrNi 19/9
EN14343-A: G/W 19 9 L Si
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4316

Low carbon filler metal for welding stainless steel. The low impurity and the tightened chemical analysis allow greater mastery of mechanical properties and resistance to corrosion. The presence of a higher rate of silicon allows a better flow of the bath. The surface of the wire and its high level of cleanliness ensure optimal feeding especially for automated applications.

BASE MATERIAL

UNS

DIN

W - Nr.

302

S30200

X12 CrNi18 8

1.4300

304

S30400

X5 CrNi 18 10

1.4301

304H

S30409

X6 CrNi 18 11

1.4948

321

S32100

X10 CrNiTi 18 9

1.4541

347

S34700

X5 CrNiNb 18 9

1.4543

347

S34700

X6 CrNiNb 18 10

1.4550

G - X5 CrNiNb 18 9

1.4552

304L

S30403

X2 CrNi 18 11

1.4306

304LN

S30453

X2 CrNi N 18 10

1.4311


FCW CN
Anti abrasion
alloy=anti_abrasion
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
cat=alloy | Alloys
EN 14700: T Fe15

Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• High chromium cast iron for hardfacing components subject to extremely severe abrasive wear and heavy impact up to 300°C

• The deposit contains hard complex carbides in a tough matrix and performs exceptionally well in both fine and coarse abrasion

APPLICATIONS:

FCW CN is used for hardfacing components undergoing heavy wear by earth, sand or other abrasives. Relief checking is normal.

Examples Sand and earthmoving equipment such as buckets and teeth, railway ballast tampers, dredge buckets and lips, dragline buckets, coke hammers, rippers, sizing screens, crushing equipment, brick industry components, Muller tyres, catalyst lift pipes, pump impellers, fan blades, rockwool rolls, wear plates operating at high temperature in the steelmaking industry.

FCW K600
Copper alloys
Feritic and martensitic alloys
Hardfacing
Low & medium alloyed steels
Anti abrasion
alloy=alliages_cuivreuxalloy=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiquesalloy=rechargementalloy=aciers_faiblement_alliealloy=anti_abrasion
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cuivreux | Copper alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiques | Feritic and martensitic alloys
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: TFe2

Seamless high fill copper coated tubular wire for semi-automatic gas shielded hardfacing

• Seamless high fill copper coated tubular wire for semi-automatic gas shielded hardfacing

• Unique welder appeal

• Deposition rate increased by up to 20% when compared to solid wire

• Martensitic weld metal contains finely dispersed hard carbides ensuring an optimal balance between abrasion, friction and impact resistance

• Wire does not pick up moisture, the wire feeding properties are excellent

• Designed for welding in horizontal, horizontal-vertical and vertical-up positions

• Abrasion resistance is maintained at service temperatures up to 450°C

APPLICATIONS

FCW K600 is used for hardsurfacing components that must combine resistance both to abrasion and to moderate impact

Examples

Bucket teeth, bucket lips, bulldozer blades, crusher jaws, scraper blades, chutes, pump housings, conveyor screws, slide plates, gear teeth, crusher hammers, drilling bits, ploughshares, reamers etc.

Abracrom 310H
Heat resistant steels
Austenitic steels
AWS A5.4: E310H-15
EN ISO 3581-A : E 25 20 H B 4 2
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
AWS A5.4: E310H-15
EN ISO 3581-A : E 25 20 H B 4 2
EN 1600: E 25.20 H B 42

High temperature stainless steel electrode

Basic coated austenitic stainless steel electrode with 26%Cr, 21%Ni and an increased carbon contend. Used to weld austenitic heat resistant alloys, centrifugally cast tubes etc. resisting to scaling and oxidation up to 1100°C. Regular and stable fusion, good slag removal and nice aspect of the bead.

Main applications: Petrochemical industry, for furnaces, reformer and steam cracker tubes, piping systems.


UNS

Alloy

EN 10088

Material N°

J93503

G-X40CrNiSi25-12

1.4837

J94204

HK40

G-X40CrNiSi25-20

1.4848

FCW 276
Nickel alloys
AWS A 5.34 - 2007: ENiCrMo4T0-4
AWS A 5.34M - 2007 : TNi6276-04
EN ISO 14172: ENi 6276 (NiCr15Mo15Fe6W4)
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.34 - 2007: ENiCrMo4T0-4
AWS A 5.34M - 2007 : TNi6276-04
EN ISO 14172: ENi 6276 (NiCr15Mo15Fe6W4) Special flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded arc welding

•Special flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded arc welding

•Latest generation basic slag quality guarantees optimum metallurgical quality and attractive welder appeal

•Meets the NiCrMo-4 requirements

•Together with enhanced productivity, FCW 276 offers many other advantages compared to solid wires : improved weldability, almost no spatter, better arc stability, enhanced wetting properties, better bead aspect and shape, and use of classical M21 gas mixtures

APPLICATIONS

FCW 276 is suitable for welding and cladding nickel-based alloys such as alloy 276 or similar materials.

It is also used for dissimilar welding of nickel based alloys to each other, to alloyed steels or to stainless steels and for joining 5 % or 9 % nickel steel.

FCW 420G
Stainless alloys
Hardfacing
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=rechargement
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe8

Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

• 13% chromium martensitic stainless steel deposit

• Attractive combination of corrosion, oxidation, scaling and wear resistance

APPLICATIONS

FCW 420G is used for hardfacing and reclaiming components subject to moderate corrosion and metal-metal wear. The deposited alloy also has excellent gouging and abrasion resistant properties.

Examples

Extensively used as a cladding alloy on many types of steel industry rolling mill rolls such as table rolls, pinch rolls, scale breaker rolls, coiler rolls, leveller rolls and runout table rolls. Other applications include dragline rope sheaves, dragline rope drums, hydraulic plungers, certain types of valve seats, pulp rotors..

FCW V 316L
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.22: E316LT1-4 - E316LT1-1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E316LT1-4 - E316LT1-1
EN 12073: T 19 12 3 L P M 1 - T 19 12 3 L P C 1

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 12% nickel - 3% molybdenum - low carbon deposit

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Specifically designed for out-of-position welding

• Maximum productivity for completion of vertical welds

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW V 316L is suitable for welding stainless steels with an alloy content between 16 to 21% Cr ,6 to 13% Ni and up to 3% Mo, stabilised and unstabilised types.

Abrafonte 3
Maintenance and repair
Cast iron
AWS A 5.15: E Ni-CI
EN ISO 1071: E Ni
alloy=maintenance_et_reparationalloy=fonte
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fonte | Cast iron
AWS A 5.15: E Ni-CI
EN ISO 1071: E Ni
DIN 8573: E Ni BG 23

Electrode nickel pur – Enrobage non conducteur

Electrode à enrobage graphito-basique non conducteur, déposant un métal en nickel pur, recommandée pour l’assemblage et la réparation des fontes grises, la réparation de fissures. Particulièrement recommandée pour souder dans des trous profonds ou sur des pièces ou l’on risque un contact entre l’enrobage et la fonte.

Dépôt homogène et bien usinable, bon accrochage et étalement du métal d’apport.

Utilisations: réparations de blocs moteurs, bâtis de machines outils, boîtes de vitesses, réducteurs, corps de pompes, pièces moulées, corps de vannes.


Fontes grises, malléables, nodulaires:

NF A 32-101

:

FGL 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400

NF A 32-201

:

FGS 370-17, 400-12, 500-7, 600-3, 700-2

NF A 32-702

:

MN 350-10, 380-18, 450-6, 350-4, 650-3

DIN 1691

:

CG-14, 18, 25, 30

DIN 1693

:

GGG-40, 50, 60, 70

DIN 1692

:

GTS-35, 45, 55, 65, 7

Abratig C22
Nickel alloys
AWS A 5.14 : ER NiCrMo-10
EN ISO 18274 : S Ni 6022
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A 5.14 : ER NiCrMo-10
DIN 1736: SG NiCr22Mo14W
EN ISO 18274 : S Ni 6022
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4635

HASTELLOY® C-22® RTW™ Filler Metal is used for welding of nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys as well as for overlay cladding on carbon, low alloy, or stainless steels. They are also used for dissimilar joints between nickel-chromiummolybdenum alloys and stainless, carbon, or low alloyed steels.

Typical specifications for the nickelchromium- molybdenum base metals are ASTM, F574, B619, B622 and B626. All of which have UNS Number N06022.

It offers excellent corrosion resistance in oxidizing as well as reducing media in a wide variety of chemical process environments. It offers an outstanding resistance to stress corrosion cracking, pitting and crevice corrosion.

UNS: W86022

Welding of Inconel alloys 622 and 625, alloy 25-6Mo, and Incoloy 825

Also recommended for joining molybdenum-containing stainless steels, low alloyed steels, Hastelloy C4, C22, C-276 and Inconel 625, 2.4611

FCW V 347L
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.22: E347T1-4 - E347T1-1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E347T1-4 - E347T1-1
EN 12073: T 19 9 Nb P M 1 - T 19 9 Nb P C 1
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4551

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 9% nickel - niobium stabilised - low carbon deposit

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Specifically designed for out-of-position welding

• Maximum productivity for completion of vertical welds

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW V 347L is suitable for welding stabilised stainless steels containing 16 to 21% Cr and 8 to 13% Ni

FCW AR
Heat resistant steels
Tool steels
Hardfacing
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_pour_outillagealloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_pour_outillage | Tool steels
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T ZFe4 Cored Wire - Hardfacing

• Tubular wire for semi-automatic gas shielded hardfacing

• Deposition rate increased by up to 20% when compared to solid wire

• Excellent wear resistance in cold cutting operations

• High speed steel deposit that maintains its hardness up to 600°C

APPLICATIONS

FCW AR is used for the production or repair of high speed steel tooling and the rebuilding of cutting edges on carbon or low-alloy steel tooling.

Examples Rebuilding of parts subjected to metal-metal wear with no heavy impact, such as machining tools, cold shearing blades, milling cutters, knives, wire guides etc.

FCW S 20 9 3
Stainless alloys
Maintenance and repair
AWS A 5.22: E308MoT0-4 - E308MoT0-1) Nearest
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E308MoT0-4 - E308MoT0-1) Nearest
EN 12073: T 20 10 3 R M 3 - T 20 10 3 R C 3

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 20% chromium - 9% nickel - 3% molybdenum deposit

• Exceptional resistance to moisture pick up

• Attractive bead appearance, automatic slag release, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 20 9 3 offers a strong, tough crack free deposit suitable for tank and other military vehicle fabrication. It is also useful for welding high tensile steels, for joining 13% manganese steels, hardenable steels or wear-resistant steels. It is as a multi-purpose wire for maintenance and for welding dissimilar joints.

FCW WM
Heat resistant steels
Tool steels
Hardfacing
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_pour_outillagealloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_pour_outillage | Tool steels
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe3

Metal cored tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Metal cored tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Medium hardness deposit offering exceptional oxidation resistance and hot toughness up to 600 C

APPLICATIONS

FCW WM is used for surfacing parts subjected to heavy compressive stresses and moderate abrasion or metal-to-metal wear, combined with mechanical and thermal shocks.

Examples

Hot and cold forging tools, hot work extrusion mandrels, drills, cutting edges on hot cutting tools…

CSS 410B
Stainless alloys
Hardfacing
AWS A5.4: E 410-15
EN ISO 3581-A: E 13 B 4 2
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=rechargement
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
AWS A5.4: E 410-15
EN ISO 3581-A: E 13 B 4 2
DIN 8556: E 13 B 20+ Stainless electrode with 13% Cr

Basic coated electrode for repair and construction welding on heat resistant ferritic 14% Cr steels of similar composition. For surfacing on fittings and valves for gas, water and steam systems. Corrosion and scale resistant up to 900°C.Stable arc, easy slag removal and regular weld beads.

Main application: Hardfacing of valve body used for gas, water and steam transport system, etc.


Ferritic stainless steels for general use:

UNS

Alloys

EN 10088

Material N°

UGINE

S41000

410

X12Cr13

1.4006

S41008

410S

X6Cr13

1.4000

UGINOX F 13 S

S42000

420

X20Cr13

1.4021

G-X7Cr13

1.4001

X15Cr13

1.4024


FCW T4
Low & medium alloyed steels
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.20: E70T-4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 38 Z W N 3
alloy=aciers_faiblement_alliealloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.20: E70T-4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 38 Z W N 3

Self-shielded flux-cored wire

• Self-shielded flux-cored wire

• Single-and multiple-pass welding of CMn steels

• The arc is not affected by draughts or moderate wind

• Very high deposition rates (up to 20 kg/h)

• Highly crack resistant deposits

APPLICATIONS

General fabrication applications on mild and CMn steel when high deposition rates are required and that weld metal toughness is not the primary consideration. Typical applications include fabrication of machinery, earthmoving equipment, erection of steel framed buildings, welding of concrete reinforcement bars and heavy equipment repair.

Examples
Unalloyed construction steel EN 10025 / S185 to S355
Boiler plate EN 10028-2 / P235GH toP355GH
Fine-grained steels EN 10113 / S275 to S420
Pipe steels EN 10208 / L210 to L415
Pipe steels API5LX / X42, X46, X52, X60
Shipbuilding steels A, B, C, D, and A (H) / 32 to D (H) 36
Shipbuilding steels ISO/TR 15608: Groups 1.1 and 1.2
FCW R NiMo
Cold tough steels
High strength steels
AWS A 5.29: E91T1-K2M-H4
EN ISO 18276-A: T 55 4 1.5NiMo P M 1 H5
EN ISO 18276-B: T624T1-1MA-N2M2-H5
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastique
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastique | High strength steels
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.29: E91T1-K2M-H4
EN ISO 18276-A: T 55 4 1.5NiMo P M 1 H5
EN ISO 18276-B: T624T1-1MA-N2M2-H5
Qualification ASME IX Qualification: QW-432 F-N° 6 / QW-442 A-N° 10

• Seamless high fill copper coated rutile cored wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• Nickel alloyed to improve sub-zero impact strength

• Single and multipass welding of cold tough steels and fine-grained steels

• High deposition rate welding can be carried out in all positions without the need to change parameters

• Soft spatter-free spray arc and smooth droplet transfer at all currents

• No moisture pick up, excellent wire feeding properties, spray arc operation avoids lack of fusion and slag traps

APPLICATIONS

Fine-grained, cold tough (down to -50°C) and high yield strength steels (up to 550 MPa)

Examples

Fine grained steels EN 10137 S460 to S550Q, QL and MC

Fine grained steels EN 10113 S460N, NL, M and ML

Pipe steels EN 10208 L445MB to L550MB

Pipe steels ISO/TR 15608: Groups 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2 and 3.1

FCW 414-O
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe7 CZ
DIN 8555: MF 5 GF 40 CZ

Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc hardfacing.

Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc hardfacing.

13% chromium martensitic stainless steel deposit.

Deposit resists corrosion, erosion and abrasive wear.

FCW VNB
Hardfacing
Anti abrasion
alloy=rechargementalloy=anti_abrasion
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
EN 14700: T Fe16 Hardfacing anti-abrasion

• Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Highly-alloyed chromium cast iron containing complex niobium, vanadium and chromium carbides

• High chromium cast iron for hardfacing components subject to extremely severe abrasive wear and moderate impact up to 400°C.

APPLICATIONS

FCW VNB is designed to give a weld deposit of particularly high hardness and wear resistance on account of the dispersion of complex carbides it contains. This gives superior performance compared to standard chromium cast irons up to 400°C. The properties are reached in only three layers and relief checking is normal.

Examples

Used for rotating excavator bucket, lignite crushers-fans, Clinker crushers, homogenisers for coal or coke, Sintering installations, equipment for the electro-metallurgical industry etc.

LH 1181S
Cold tough steels
High strength steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A 5.5: E 10018-M
EN ISO 18275-A : E 69 4 Mn2NiCrMo B T 42 H5
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastiquealloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastique | High strength steels
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A 5.5: E 10018-M
DIN 8529: EY 69 75 Mn2NiCrMo B
EN ISO 18275-A : E 69 4 Mn2NiCrMo B T 42 H5 High strength basic electrode

Basic coated electrode highly resistant to cracks and elaborated for welding fine grain steels and steels with high mechanical characteristics (Rm up to 800 MPa).

Welds of high security - buffer layer for hardfacing - pleasant fusion, stable arc, low spatters, good removal of the slag and nice aspect of the weld seam.


Construction steels for general use :

NF A 35-501 :A50-2*. A60-2*,3. E36-2*,3*,4*.

DIN 17100 :St50-2*. St60-2*. St70-2*.

ASTM : A678grC*. A709gr50*,100*. A710grA*.


High strength steels:

NF A 36-204 : E500T*.. E550T*. E620T*. E690T*.

DIN 17 102 : StE460, 500* , 590* , 690*.

Also suitable for welding steels destinated to heat treatment like : 15CD4*. 25CD4*. 35CD4*.XC38. XC48*. 32C4....., also for construction steels self - patining (consult us)

(*) eventual preheating and post-weld heat treatment in the case of heavy thickness.

FCW Ni520
Heat resistant steels
Hardfacing
Nickel alloys
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=rechargementalloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: TNi4

Nickel-based super-alloy flux-cored wire

• Nickel-based super-alloy flux-cored wire

• Weld metal is a precipitation hardened alloy designed to withstand impact, compression, oxidation, corrosion and heat up to 950°C

• Excellent thermal shock resistance

• Can be machined without previous heat treatment

APPLICATIONS

FCW Ni 520 is designed in general to surface all parts undergoing mechanical stress combined with corrosion, thermal shocks and/or high temperatures

Examples

High-speed forging hammers, hot drawing dies, etc.

WP 250
alloy=
cat=flux | Flux
cat=product | Products
EN 760: SF MS 1 88 AC

Fused Welding Flux

Glassy fused flux with acid characteristics of the MS-type with pick-up of both Silicon and Manganese. WP 250 is designed for joint welding on AC or DC of ordinary carbon-manganese steels using SAW single- or multi-wire processes, in combination with the appropriate wire grades such as S1, S2 and S2Mo according to EN 756. Due to the flux characteristics WP 250 produces welds with good weld bead appearance, good slag detachability and resistance to porosity. Mechanical properties with moderate impact toughness as required for ordinary structural steels are achievable. The flux is also especially suitable for many hardfacing jobs in combination with the appropriate solid or cored wires.

B56 VAC
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.1: E 7018-1-H4
EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 6 B 42 H5
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
NFA 81-309: E 515/5 B 120 26 BH
AWS A 5.1: E 7018-1-H4
BS 639: E 5155 B 120 26 (H)
EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 6 B 42 H5
DIN 8529: E SY 42 76 Mn B Universal basic electrode

Low hydrogen electrode with a vacuum packing and it can be used without baking. Universal basic coated electrode (115% recovery) for welding highly stressed connections with high security. Good low temperature properties down to - 50°C.

Resistant to cold cracks. Slag easy to remove. For frames, cases, supports, ship building, pressure vessels.


Construction steels for general use:

NF A 35-501 : A33.A34-2.E24-2, 3. E28-2, 3. E30-2, 3. A50-2. A60-2,3. E36-2,3,4

DIN 17100 : St33-1.St37-2, 3.St44-2, 3. St50-2. St60-2. St70-2

ASTM : A283grB, C, D. A570gr30,33,40, 50. A709gr50

Tube steels:

DIN 17172, 17175, 1629 : StE210-7, 240-7, 290-7, 320-7. St35. St35-4,8. St45. St45-4, 8. St52. St52-4. St55-4

API SPEC 5L : X42, X46, X52, X60

Ship steels: Quality A, B, C and D

Steels for Boiler and Pressure Vessels:

NF A 36-205 : A37CP, AP. A42CP, AP..A48CP, AP. A52CP*, AP

DIN 17155 : HI, HII, HIII, 17Mn 4, 19Mn6

ASTM : A414grC, D, E, F. A442gr55, 60. A514grC, D, E, F. A515gr55, 60, 65, 70. A285grC. A516gr55 à 70

High strength steels:

NF A 36-203 : E275D. E335D. E390D. A430D. E445D, 420T

NF A 36-204 : E420T. E460T

NF a 36-207 : A510 AP. E530 AP*. E550AP

DIN 17 102 : StE255, 315,355

Heat resisting steels: Wst255 tot 355

Cold tough steels: TstE 255 tot 355

Abracrom 383
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A5.4: E 383 - 16
EN ISO 3581-A : E 27 31 4 Cu L R 1 2
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
AWS A5.4: E 383 - 16
EN ISO 3581-A : E 27 31 4 Cu L R 1 2

Stainless electrode high corrosion resistant

Rutile-basic coated electrode for welding fully austenitic highly corrosion resistant stainless steels (Sanicro 28, Uranus B28 ) of the same composition or lower alloyed. Good weldability in all positions, except vertical down, stable arc, good slag removal, regular finely rippled weld beads. Due to its alloy composition, high Mo-content and Cu, the weld metal is suited against attacks by phosphoric- and sulfuric acids, it shows a high resistance against pitting and stress corrosion in chloride containing media. It is used at operation temperatures up to 400°C.

Main applications: Pulp and paper industry, transport containers, installations of the chemical industry.

(Sanicro is a trade name of Sandvik, Uranus is a trade name of Creusot Loire Industries)


UNS

Alloys

EN 10088

Material N°

UGINE / CLI

N08028

28

X1NiCrMoCu31-27-4

1.4563

URANUS B28

S08904

904L

X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5

1.4539

URANUS B6

LH 884S
Cold tough steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A 5.5 : E 8018-C2
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
NFA 81-340 : EY 46 3 Ni B 110 20 BH
AWS A 5.5 : E 8018-C2
BS 2493: 3 NiBH
DIN 8529: EY 4687 3 Ni BH5 20 Basic electrode with high toughness

Low hydrogen basic coated electrode alloyed with Nickel (above 3%) for welding fine grain steels used at low temperature (-60 to -80°C). Cryogenic and petrochemical industries.

Stocking and distribution of liquid gas or products volatile.


Plates and tubes of fine grain steels, cold tough:

NF A 35-207 :A510FP1 - A550FP2

NF A 36208 : 3.5 Ni 285 et 355 (12N14)

DIN: 10Ni14 - 14Ni6 - 16 Ni14

ASTM : A203G D & E - A352GrLC3 - A334Gr3 - A350Gr LF 3

Abrafil 430
Stainless alloys
Hardfacing
AWS A5.9: ER 430
ISO 14343-A: 17
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=rechargement
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
AWS A5.9: ER 430
ISO 14343-A: 17

Stainless Steel welding wire

Cr-wire for joining ferritic steels/cast steels and for surfacing un-and low alloyed/high strength steels. Corrosion resistant, heat resisting in air and oxydising combustion gases at elevated températures up to 950°C. (Service temperature up to 475°C)

ABRATIG CUSN6
Copper alloys
AWS A5.7: ER CuSn-A
EN ISO 24373: S Cu 5180P (CuSn6P)
alloy=alliages_cuivreux
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cuivreux | Copper alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.7: ER CuSn-A
EN ISO 24373: S Cu 5180P (CuSn6P)

Copper-based Welding Wire

CuSn-rod for joining copper-tin alloys, bronze (=CuZn-alloys), CuSnZnPb-cast-alloys and for surfacing of steel casts.

Abranel A
Heat resistant steels
Nickel alloys
Maintenance and repair
AWS A5.11: E NiCrFe-2
EN ISO 14172: E-Ni 6092 (NiCr16Fe12NbMo)
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=alliages_de_nickelalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
AWS A5.11: E NiCrFe-2
UNS: W86133
DIN 1736: EL- NiCr 15FeNb
EN ISO 14172: E-Ni 6092 (NiCr16Fe12NbMo)

Nickel base electrode for fabrication and repair

Basic coated nickel base electrode, with an alloyed core wire, for joining and repairing of high temperature alloys, dissimilar joining of stainless steel to creep resistant steels , for joining alloy 800, 800H, HK40, HP45 etc. The electrode distinguishes itself by a soft arc, easy slag removal and regular weld beads.

Main applications:

Thermal power stations, ovens, thermal equipment for heat treatment, petrochemical installations


UNS

Alloys

DIN

Material N°

N08705

HP45

G-X40NiCrSi3525

1.4857

G-X40NiCrNb3525

1.4852

J94204

HK40

G-X40CrNiSi2520

1.4848

N08800

800

X10NiCrAlTi3220

1.4876

N08810

800H

X5NiCrAlTi3120

1.4958

DS

X8NiCrSi3818

1.4862

Derustit 4067
Neutralising Paste
alloy=
cat=Neutralising_Paste | Neutralising Paste
cat=sector | Sectors
cat=decapants_chimiques | Chemical treatments
cat=product | Products

Neutralising Paste

Description

Pasty mixture lime milk

Intended use

neutralization of pickling paste residues on stainless steel surfaces

Suitable for

• stainless steel parts treated with pickling paste Handling methods: pickling brush (acid-resistant)

Advantages

• save rinsing of parts

Packing sizes

plastic tub (2 kg - 4 tubs in one cardboard box)

Abratig CuSi3
Copper alloys
AWS A5.7: ERCuSi-A
ISO 24373: ~ S Cu 6560 (CuSi3Mn1)
alloy=alliages_cuivreux
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cuivreux | Copper alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.7: ERCuSi-A
ISO 24373: ~ S Cu 6560 (CuSi3Mn1)

Filler metal used for welding Cu-Si, Cu-Mn alloys between themselves, or weld woth ordinary steel and coated and galvanized sheets.

Applications: automobile assembly and other joining industries

FCW Steelcarbw
Hardfacing
Anti abrasion
alloy=rechargementalloy=anti_abrasion
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
EN 14700: T Fe20

Tubular hardfacing wire for self shielded arc welding

• Tubular hardfacing wire for self shielded arc welding

• Wire is made from a steel strip filled with tungsten carbides

• Weld deposit is extremely abrasion resistant

APPLICATIONS

FCW Steelcarbw is used for hardfacing components subject to extreme abrasion and moderate impact. The weld deposit contains hard primary tungsten carbide granules in a secondary carbide eutectic matrix. The fine granulometry avoids wear by destruction of the matrix.

Examples

Used to protect carbide tool holders in mining machinery, drill bits, pug mill paddles and augers, mixer blades, paddles, drill collars and tool joints, dredge cutters, fan blades, muller ploughs, sand mixer blades, churn drills, post hole digger teeth, sand and gravel chutes, feed screws, oil industry drill stabilisers.

FCW DCO S
Heat resistant steels
Tool steels
Hardfacing
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_pour_outillagealloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_pour_outillage | Tool steels
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T ZFe3

Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing

• Suitable for withstanding corrosion and metal-metal wear at high temperature up to 650ºC

• An economical alternative to stellite material

APPLICATIONS

FCW DCO S is used for surfacing hot-working tools and allowed to buildup thick coatings without risk of cracking

Examples

Hardfacing hot working stamping punches, dies, extrusion pistons, mandrels, engine valves, extruder screws continuous casting traction rolls

FCW Sub 904LG
Stainless alloys
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC385
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 20 25 5 Cu L M I1 1
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC385
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 20 25 5 Cu L M I1 1
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4519

Metal cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

· Metal cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

· 20% chromium - 25% nickel - 5% molybdenum - 1,5% copper - low carbon deposit

· Enhanced productivity, improved weldability, better wetting properties compared to solid wires

· Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

· High welding speeds are possible in the horizontal position

APPLICATIONS

FCW Sub 904LG is suitable for welding stainless steels of similar composition and for dissimilar welds between these steels and mild, low alloy and other stainless steels. It is an alternative choice to overmatch leaner alloys such as 317LN, 1.4439 etc.


Examples:


UNS Material number EN Symbol
1. 4500 GX7 NiCrMoCuNb 25-20
1. 4505 X4 NiCrMoCuNb 20-18-2
1. 4506 X5 NiCrMoCuTi 20-18
1. 4536 GX2 NiCrMoCuN 25-20
N08904 1. 4539 X1 NiCrMoCu 25-20-5
1. 4585 GX7 CrNiMoCuNb 18-18
FCW SB 309H
Stainless alloys
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E309T0-4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 22 12 H Z M 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E309T0-4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 22 12 H Z M 3

Basic flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• Basic flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 24% chromium - 13% nickel - high carbon deposit

• Exclusive slag system enables to get attractive bead appearance, excellent slag release, good penetration profile and high productivity

• Maximum performance in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Excellent X-ray soundness, ductility and unique impact toughness

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures

FCW SB 309H is suitable for welding similar heat resisting alloys in wrought or cast form, for welding dissimilar metals or for joining steels which are difficult to weld, such as ferritic and martensitic 13% Cr steels.

Examples: AISI

UNS

Material number

EN Symbol

309

S30900

1.4828

X15 CrNiSi 20-12

-

J92602

1.4825

GX25 CrNiSi 18-9

-

J92603

1.4826

GX40 CrNiSi 22-9

-

-

1.4832

GX25 CrNiSi 20-14

-

-

1.4742

X10 CrAl 18

-

S30415

1.4891

X4 CrNiSiN 18 10

-

S30815

1.4893

X8 CrNiSiN 21 11

FCW 6 BC
Cobalt alloys
Hardfacing
AWS A 5.21: ERCCoCr-A
alloy=Alliages de cobalt alloy=rechargement
cat=Alliages de cobalt | Cobalt alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
DIN 8555: MSG20-GF-40-CGPRZ
EN 14700: T Co2
AWS A 5.21: ERCCoCr-A Hardfacing Cobalt base

• Cobalt base tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardsurfacing

• Exceptional resistance to metal-to-metal wear in corrosive media at high temperatures, to erosion and to thermal shocks

APPLICATIONS

FCW 6 BC is equivalent to FCW 6-G with a lower carbon. Easier to machine and less sensitive to cracking when compared to FCW 6-G. Used in automatic and semi-automatic welding where FCW 6-G would give cracking problems. FCW 6BC is used for hardsurfacing parts undergoing the single or combined effects of metal-to-metal wear, abrasion, temperatures ranging from RT to 800°C, impact and corrosive environments.

Examples Valve seats, valve gates, valve wedges, valve and cylinder bodies etc.

FCW A4
Heat resistant steels
AWS A 5.23: F8A2-EC-A4 / F8P0-EC-A4
ISO 14171-A: S 46 4 AB T3Mo
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.23: F8A2-EC-A4 / F8P0-EC-A4
ISO 14171-A: S 46 4 AB T3Mo

• Low alloyed tubular composite electrode

• For high deposition rate submerged arc welding of high yield strength steels

• Recommended in conjunction with flux

APPLICATIONS

FCW A4 is designed for welding creep resisting steels of similar composition and high strength steels.

Creep resisting steel EN 10028-2 P235GH to P355GH, 16Mo3
ASTM A336F1, A204 A, B & C
Fine-grained steels EN 10028-3 P275N to P355N
EN 10113 S275N to S355N
ASTM A335P1, A209 and A250T1
Cast steels ASTM A217WC1, A352LC1, GS-22Mo4
FCW 21-G
Cobalt alloys
Hardfacing
AWS A 5.21: ERCCoCr-C
alloy=Alliages de cobalt alloy=rechargement
cat=Alliages de cobalt | Cobalt alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Co1
AWS A 5.21: ERCCoCr-C Hardfacing Cobalt base

• Cobalt base cored wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing • Co-Ci-Ni-Mo alloy deposit

• Excellent metal-to-metal wear resistance combined good corrosion resistance

APPLICATIONS

FCW 21-G is used for hardsurfacing parts subjected to a combination of impact, abrasion, compression, corrosion and high temperatures up to 900°C The toughness of the deposit allows excellent resistance to thermal cycles and shocks Less crack sensitive than other cobalt base alloys, FCW 21-G is used for building up large-scale sections

Used for integral seats and guides of large water and high-pressure valve bodies, drop forging dies, pump shafts and sleeves, hot punches etc.

FCW PS
Hardfacing
Low & medium alloyed steels
alloy=rechargementalloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
EN 14700 : T Fe1

Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing

• Hardfacing or rebuilding components subject to metal-metal wear and moderate abrasion

• Machinable deposit

APPLICATIONS

FCW PS is used for hardfacing and multi-layer build up work. Preheat is required for multi-layer build-up work.

Examples

Tractor rollers, tractor idlers, shovel rollers, crane wheels, mine car wheels, cable drums, cable sheaves, steel mill table rolls and other steel mill applications, shovel track pad, stacker wheels etc.

FCW 25
Cobalt alloys
Hardfacing
alloy=Alliages de cobalt alloy=rechargement
cat=Alliages de cobalt | Cobalt alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: TZCo

Cobalt base tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardsurfacing

• Cobalt base tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardsurfacing

• The Co-Cr-W-Ni alloy deposit benefits from stable hardness at high temperatures

APPLICATIONS

• FCW 25 is used for hardsurfacing parts undergoing metal-to-metal wear at temperatures up to 800°C

• The toughness of the deposit allows excellent resistance to thermal cycles and shocks

• Very resistant to creep, this alloy is used for extrusion dies, nozzles, pump shafts etc

FCW V 20 9 3
Stainless alloys
Maintenance and repair
AWS A 5.22: E308MoT1-1/4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 20 10 3 P M 1 - T 20 10 3 P C 1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E308MoT1-1/4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 20 10 3 P M 1 - T 20 10 3 P C 1

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 20% chromium - 10% nickel - 3% molybdenum deposit

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Specifically designed for out-of-position welding

• Maximum productivity for completion of vertical welds

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW V 20 9 3 offers a strong, tough crack free deposit suitable for tank and other military vehicle fabrication. It is also useful for welding high tensile steels, for joining 13% manganese steels and more generally as a multi-purpose wire for maintenance and for welding dissimilar joints.

Brazargent 5040
Silver alloys
AWS A5.8: BAg-28
EN ISO 17672: ~Ag 140
alloy=Alliages_d_argent
cat=enrobees | Flux-cored
cat=brasures | Brazing
cat=product | Products
cat=nue | Coated
cat=Alliages_d_argent | Silver alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fourees | Non-coated
cat=brasures | Brazing
EN ISO 17672: ~Ag 140
AWS A5.8: BAg-28
DIN 8513: L-Ag 40 Sn

Cadmium free: 40% Ag

One of the most used Cd free alloy which main elements are: copper, zinc, high silver content at 40% and tin. This range has been developed to replace cadmium-bearing brazing alloys, where the use of Cd is forbidden. Tin (Sn) lowers the melting point, increases fluidity and exhibits good wetting properties. Also offer good corrosion resistance and is non-toxic enabling properties to be used in food and sanitary applications, medical fluid transport, etc.

This alloy needs a controlled quench to avoid the weakening of the brazed joint.

It is an alloy of general use, mainly used when brazing most ferrous, cuprous and nickel alloys, stainless steels and steal tools. Its excellent fluidity makes it suitable in closely fitting joints as able to penetrate tight gaps. Its fluidity together with its very close melting range makes it suited for delicate assemblies with tight clearances. Lap joints are recommended.

To be used with AG-FLUX as flux coated rods, when brazing in open atmospheric conditions.

Bare rods in Ø 1,5 - 2 - 2,5 - 3 mm, while Flux coated rods Ø1,5 and 2 mm, standard length 500 mm. Also available in wire and performs.

Abrafil Galva
Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.18: ER70S-2
ISO 14341-A: G2Ti
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.18: ER70S-2
ISO 14341-A: G2Ti
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.5125

Copper coated solid wire for GMAW to weld low alloyed standard construction / boiler steels.

Main applications: Especially for galvanized and Zinc coated steels used for general metal constructions, in the automobile industry, blacksmithing etc.

Abrafil UP S2
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.17: EM12K
EN ISO 14171-A: S 38 6 FB S2
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
EN ISO 14171-A: S 38 6 FB S2
AWS A 5.17: EM12K

Submerged arc welding wire

Submerged arc welding wire for general structural steels up to S355JR, boiler plates up to P295GH, especially for pipe steels up to L360 and unalloyed boiler tubes.

FCW 450-G
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe1 SP
DIN 8555: MSG 2 GF 45 SP

Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing.

Low alloy martensitic deposit.

FCW 450-G is used for surfacing and rebuilding parts subjected to impact and high compressive stresses.

Abratig Co21
Hardfacing
AWS A5.21: ERCoCr-E
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.21: ERCoCr-E
EN 14700: S Co1
DIN 8555: WSG-20-GO-300-CKTZ

Cobalt base filler metal Stellite Grade 21 type, used for hardfacing of parts subject to wear combined or not: wear, shock, high temperature pressure in sulfurous atmosphere.

Applications:Scope and valve seats, hot forging dies, gas turbines, large hardfacing areas.

Abracrom 309L
Stainless alloys
Maintenance and repair
AWS A 5.4: E 309L - 16
ISO 3581-A: E 23 12 L R 3 2
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
NF A 81-343: EZ 23.12 LR 26
AWS A 5.4: E 309L - 16
BS 2926: 23.12 LR
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4332
DIN 8556: E 23.12 LR 26
ISO 3581-A: E 23 12 L R 3 2

Rutile type stainless steel electrode

Low carbon rutile-basic electrode with an austenitic stainless steel deposit containing 15% ferrite- for welding dissimilar steels as stainless steels to low alloyed steels- also suitable for welding high temperature steels and as buffer layer before hardfacing- repairing of machine parts for civil engineering. First layer on construction steels for 18/8 cladding...-soft fusion-nice aspect of the bead. Self releasing slag.


Stainless steels :

NF A 35-578 : Z 15 CN 24.13

ASTM/AISI : 304, 347, 309

DIN 17175 : X 12 CrNi 22.12.

Werkstoff Nr : 1.4828, 1.4311, 1.4712, 1.4742.

UGINE :NS 24, R 27.

All construction steels, low alloyed in combination with stainless steels.

Abrafil 309LSi
Stainless alloys
AWS A5.9: ER 309L Si
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.9: ER 309L Si
DIN 8556: SG-X2 CrNi 24 12
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4332

Filler metal used for welding stainless steel types 309, 309L and for dissimilar joining types 304 or 316 on low alloy steels. Silicon content higher for a better fluidity of the puddle.

Applications: Sheets metal equipment, civil engineering and repair/maintenance.


BASE MATERIAL UNS DIN W - Nr.
304 S30400 X5 CrNi 18 10 14.301
304L S30403 X2 CrNi 18 11 14.306
321 S32100 X10 CrNiTi 18.9 14.541
347 S34700 X6 CrNiNb 18 10 14.550
- - X 10 CrSi 6 14.712
- - X 10 CrAl 13(X 10 CrAl 18) 1.4724 (1.4742)
309 S30900 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12 14.828
- - G - X25 CrNiSi 20 14 14.832
- J92602 G - X25 CrNiSi 18 9 14.825
- J92603 G - X40 CrNiSi 22 9 14.826
305 J92701 G - X10 CrNiN 18 10 14.312


Phosbraz AG100
Copper-phosphorus alloys
Silver alloys
EN ISO 3677: B Cu 84 Ag P 650-750
alloy=alliages_cuivre-phosphorealloy=Alliages_d_argent
cat=enrobees | Flux-cored
cat=brasures | Brazing
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cuivre-phosphore | Copper-phosphorus alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=nue | Coated
cat=Alliages_d_argent | Silver alloys
cat=brasures | Brazing
EN ISO 3677: B Cu 84 Ag P 650-750

Manual brazing: CuP Ag 10%

Adding silver to CuP lowers the liquidus point. This addition also refines the alloy, increasing the brazed joints mechanical characteristics, improving electrical conductivity and increasing ductility.

Being more robust at lower operating temperature and thanks to the characteristics mentioned above, this alloy is specially used by electric motor manufacturers, gas water-heaters and refrigeration industry (refrigerators, freezers, compressors).

Its excellent and controlled fluidity, together with its low melting temperature give good resistance to cold and vibrations. It is also recommended for delicate works.

This polyvalent product has self-fluxing properties on red coppers.

Can be also used on cuprous alloys (bronze, brass) with our Phosbraz Flux.

Rods of Ø 1,5 - 2 - 2,5 - 3 mm, standard length 500 mm. Other dimensions on request. Also available in wire.

Abrafil AlMg4,5MN
Magnesium alloys
Aluminum alloys
AWS A5.10: ER 5183
EN ISO 18273: AlMg4,5Mn0,7(A)
alloy=alliages_de_magnesiumalloy=alliages_d_aluminium
cat=alliages_de_magnesium | Magnesium alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=alliages_d_aluminium | Aluminum alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.10: ER 5183
DIN 1732: SG-AlMg4,5Mn
EN ISO 18273: AlMg4,5Mn0,7(A)
W. Nr.: 3.3548

Al-Mg filler metal

Joining of Al-Mg-alloys and aluminium-cast alloys.

Abrafonte Fe3
Cast iron
AWS A 5.15: “ECI-B”
EN ISO 1071: E C FeC-GF 3
alloy=fonte
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=fonte | Cast iron
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A 5.15: “ECI-B”
EN ISO 1071: E C FeC-GF 3
DIN 8573 : E FeC-G-BG 42

Cast iron electrode for hot welding

Graphite basic coated electrode for hot welding nodular cast iron with a color and structure matching deposit. Stable arc, can weld over hot slag, good bonding and flow of the weld metal.

Main applications: Used to weld defects in foundries.


Nodular cast iron:

NF A 32-201

:

FGS 370-17, 400-12, 500-7, 600-3, 700-2

NF A 32-702

:

MN 350-10, 380-18, 450-6, 350-4, 650-3

DIN 1693

:

GGG-40, 50, 60, 70

DIN 1692

:

GTS-35, 45, 55, 65, 70

FCW 182
Cladding
Nickel alloys
AWS A 5.11: ENiCrFe-3*
EN ISO 14172:: ENi 6182 (NiCr15Fe6Mn)*
alloy=placagealloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.11: ENiCrFe-3*
EN ISO 14172:: ENi 6182 (NiCr15Fe6Mn)*
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4807
: *There is no EN ISO classification system available for nickel-base flux-cored wires. The deposit meets the composition requirements and mechanical properties of the corresponding nickel-base SMAW electrodes.

Special flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded arc welding

· Special flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded arc welding

· Latest generation basic slag quality guarantees optimum metallurgical quality and attractive welder appeal

· Meets the NiCrFe-3 requirements

· Together with enhanced productivity, FCW 182 offers many other advantages compared to solid wires : enhanced wetting properties, increased resistance to cracking, better bead aspect and shape, use of classical M21 gas mixtures

· Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

APPLICATIONS

· FCW 182 is suitable for welding and cladding nickel-based alloys such as alloy 600 or similar materials.

· It is also used for dissimilar welding of most nickel-based alloys to each other, to alloyed steels, or to stainless steels.

· It is a first choice consumable for heterogeneous weldments between creep-resisting ferritic steels and austenitic steels for use at high temperatures. If necessary, stress relief may be carried out.

· Repair welding on “hard-to-weld” steels

FCW 350-S
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
DIN 8555: UP1-GF-350-P

Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing

Abracrom 312
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.4 : E 312 - 16
EN ISO 3581: E 29.9 R 23
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
NF A 81-343: EZ 29.9 R 23
AWS A 5.4 : E 312 - 16
BS 2926 : 29.9 R
EN ISO 3581: E 29.9 R 23
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4337

Stainless electrode for repairing

Rutile-basic electrode with an austenitic-ferritic stainless steel deposit - adapted for welding dissimilar steels (stainless steels with low alloyed steels) and steels difficult to weld as tool steels, Mn steels, spring steels...- metal deposit highly resistant to cracks-suitable for buffer layers before hardfacing and for building up cutting tools - soft fusion- nice aspect of the beads- self releasing slag.


Stainless steels

Tools steels

Low alloyed steels

Austenitic steels with Mn: Z 120 M 12 type

Screening steels

Spring steels: 45S7, 51S7; 56C7, 45C4, ...

Armatures and wire lattice for reinforced concrete ...

FCW 625
Cladding
Nickel alloys
AWS A 5.11: ENiCrMo-3*
EN ISO: ENi6625*
alloy=placagealloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.11: ENiCrMo-3*
EN ISO: ENi6625*
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4621
: *There is no EN ISO classification system available for nickel-base flux-cored wires. The deposit meets the composition requirements and mechanical properties of the corresponding nickel-base SMAW electrodes.

Special flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded arc welding

· Special flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded arc welding

· Latest generation basic slag quality guarantees optimum metallurgical quality and attractive welder appeal

· Meets the NiCrMo-3 requirements

· Together with enhanced productivity, FCW 625 offers many other advantages compared to solid wires : improved weldability, almost no spatter, better arc stability, enhanced wetting properties, better bead aspect and shape, and use of classical M21 gas mixtures

APPLICATIONS

FCW 625 is suitable for welding and cladding nickel-based alloys such as alloy 625 or similar materials. It is also used for dissimilar welding of nickel based alloys to each other, to alloyed steels or to stainless steels and for joining 6% molybdenum super austenitic steels or 9 % nickel steel.

FCW DIAMANT
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe16

Cored wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

Cored wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

Chromium cast iron deposit containing complex niobium, vanadium and chromium carbides

APPLICATIONS

FCW DIAMANT is used for hardfacing components that have to resist severe abrasion at ambient and at elevated temperatures.

Examples

Rotating excavator buckets, lignite crusher-fans, homogenisers for coal and coke, equipment for the electro-metallurgical industry etc.

Abranel 59
Nickel alloys
AWS A5.11: ENiCrMo-13
EN ISO 14172: E-Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16)
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.11: ENiCrMo-13
UNS : W86059
EN ISO 14172: E-Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16)

Nickel base electrode highly corrosion resistant

Basic coated electrode with an alloyed core wire for welding of Nickel-Base alloys (alloy 59) and other highly corrosion resistant Ni-Cr-Mo, Ni-Cr-Mo-W alloys as well as special stainless steel types. Stable arc, regular drop transfer, easy to watch weld pool, nice aspect of the weld beads. Very resistant in sulfurous acid environment, highly concentrated with chlorides and also in the presence of oxidizing solutions (FeCl, CuCl).

Main applications: Welding of Off-shore components, boilers, containers, piping systems in the chemical and petrochemical industries as well as components of flue gas de-sulphuring plants.


UNS

N06022

N06059

N10276

N06455

N06625

N08825

N08926

Alloy

C-22

59

C-276

C-4

625

825

254SMo

DIN

NiCr21Mo14W

NiCr23Mo16Al

NiMo16Cr15W

NiMo16Cr16Ti

NiCr22Mo9Nb

NiCr21Mo

X1NiCrMoCuN25 20 6

Werkstoff Nr.

2.4602

2.4605

2.4819

2.4610

2.4856

2.4858

1.4529

MS Galva
Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.1: E 6013
EN ISO 2560: E 43 2 RR 12
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.1: E 6013
EN ISO 2560: E 43 2 RR 12 Rutile electrode to be galvanised

Heavy coated rutile electrode to weld steel constructions which will be galvanised after welding. Easy to use in all positions, also possible to weld short beads in vertical down position. Easy slag removal and regular rippled weld beads.

Main applications: Used in metal constructions, locksmithing, etc.


NF A 35-501

:

A33. A34-2. E24-2,3. E28-2,3. E30-2,3

DIN 17100

:

St33-1. St37-2,3.

ASTM

:

A283grB, C, D. A570gr30, 33, 40.

EN 10025

:

S235 JR, S235 JO, S235 J2


FCW V 308H
Stainless alloys
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E308HT1-4 - E308HT1-1
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 19 9 H P M 1 - T Z 19 9 H P C 1
EN ISO 17633-B: TS308H-FB1
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E308HT1-4 - E308HT1-1
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 19 9 H P M 1 - T Z 19 9 H P C 1
EN ISO 17633-B: TS308H-FB1
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4948

Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 9% nickel - high carbon deposit

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Specifically designed for out-of-position welding

• Maximum productivity for completion of vertical welds

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW V 308H is suitable for welding 304H and 304H derivatives that operate at temperatures up to 750°C.

Examples:


UNS Material number EN Symbol
S30409 1. 4948 X6 CrNi 18-11
S32109 1. 4941 X8 CrNiTi 18-10
S34709 1. 4961 X8 CrNiNb 16-13
Abraferro
Maintenance and repair
Cast iron
AWS A 5.15: E NiFe-CI
EN ISO 1071: E C NiFe-CI 3
alloy=maintenance_et_reparationalloy=fonte
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fonte | Cast iron
NF A 81-342 : E Ni BG 13
AWS A 5.15: E NiFe-CI
EN ISO 1071: E C NiFe-CI 3
DIN 8573: E NiFe BG13

Ferro nickel electrode

Graphite basic coated electrode with a Ferro-Nickel alloy deposit for joining and repairing nodular cast iron. Deposit homogeneous and highly resistant against cracks. Particularly recommended for dissimilar welding of cast iron to steels and cast iron constructions.

Good bonding and flow of the weld metal.

Main application

: Welding of defects in foundries, repairing of engine blocks, houses of tool machines, gearboxes, reducing parts, pump bodies, cast pieces, valve bodies.


Grey cast iron, malleable and nodular cast iron:

NF A 32-101

:

FGL 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400

NF A 32-201

:

FGS 370-17, 400-12, 500-7, 600-3, 700-2

NF A 32-702

:

MN 350-10, 380-18, 450-6, 350-4, 650-3

DIN 1691

:

CG-14, 18, 25, 30

DIN 1693

:

GGG-40, 50, 60, 70

DIN 1692

:

GTS-35, 45, 55, 65, 70

Abrafil 316LSi
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A5.9: ER 316 LSi
EN ISO 12072 : W 19 12 3 L / G 19 12 3 L
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
AWS A5.9: ER 316 LSi
DIN. 8556 : SGX2CrNiMo 19 12
EN ISO 12072 : W 19 12 3 L / G 19 12 3 L
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4430

Filler metal used for welding stainless steels (316, 316L …) stabilized or not. The increased silicon promotes weld pool fluidity.

Service temperature from -120°C up to +400°C.

Main applications:

Chemical and petrochemical industries, refineries, food industries, etc.


BASE MATERIAL UNS DIN W-Nr.
316L S31603 X2 CrNiMo 17 13 2 14404
317L S31703 X2 CrNiMo 18 16 4 14435
316 S31600 X5 CrNiMo 17 12 2 14401
317 S31700 X5 CrNiMo 17 13 3 14436
316Ti S31635 X6 CrNiMoTi 17 12 2 14571
316Ti S31635 X10 CrNiMoTi 18 12 14573
318 S31640 X10 CrNiMoNb 18 12 14583
318 S31640 X5 CrNiMo 17 13 17779
318 S31640 G-X5 CrNiMoNb 18 10 14581

Abratig 310
Austenitic steels
AWS A5.9: ER310
alloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.9: ER310
DIN 8556: SGX12CrNi 25 20
EN 12072: W 25 20
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4842

Filler metal used for welding of austenitic steels resistant type 310 and for dissimilar joints between refractory steel and stainless steel.


Also suitable for welding high temperature resistant steels till about 1100°C.


BASE MATERIAL

UNS

DIN

W - Nr.

310

S31000

X15 CrNiSi 25 20

1.4841

310S

S31008

X12 CrNi 25 21

1.4845

309

S30900

X15 CrNiSi 20 12

1.4828

-

-

G - X25 -CrNiSi20 14

1.4832

-

-

G - X15 CrNi25 20

1.4840

-

J93503

G - X40 CrNiSi25 12

1.4837

J94204

G - X40 CrNiSi25 20

1.4848

-

-

X10 CrAl 7

1.4713

-

-

X10 Cr Al 24

1.4762

FCW SB 308L
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.22: E308LT0-4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 9 L Z M 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E308LT0-4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 9 L Z M 3
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4316

• Basic flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 19% chromium - 9% nickel - low carbon deposit

• For cryogenic and highly restrained structures

• Exclusive slag system enables to get attractive bead appearance, excellent slag release, good penetration profile and high productivity

• Attractive weldability and maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Excellent X-ray soundness, ductility and unique impact toughness

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures

APPLICATIONS

FCW SB 308L is suitable for welding stainless steels with an alloy content between 16 to 21% Cr and 8 to 13% Ni, stabilised or not.

FCW 404
Cupro-aluminum alloys
Hardfacing
alloy=alliages_cupro-aluminiumalloy=rechargement
cat=alliages_cupro-aluminium | Cupro-aluminum alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
DIN 8555: MSG 31-GF-400-C
EN 14700: T Cu1

Hardfacing cupro-aluminium

• Copper-aluminium hardfacing alloy

• Good resistance to metal to metal wear under heavy loads

APPLICATIONS

Suited to surfacing of iron and copper-base materials. Examples Deep drawing dies for stainless steel, aluminium, magnesium and titanium parts


OPERATING CONDITIONS


Stringer or weaved beads
Can be welded gun leading or gun trailing
The use of pulsed current is recommended for improved wetting and bead appearance
Higher currents and voltages can be used, but cause increased element burn-off (particularly Al) and dilution, leading to lower hardness levels. Use of preheat and working temperatures up to 300°C will help forestall cracking.

MS 6013
Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.1: E 6013
EN ISO 2560-A : E 42 0 RR 12
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.1: E 6013
EN ISO 2560-A : E 42 0 RR 12 Universal rutile electrode

Universal all position mild steel electrode. Good operability and easy slag removal. Suitable for current supplies with low open arc voltage.

Main applications: In metal constructions, for piping systems, tanks, blacksmithing, craft works.


Construction steels for general use :

NF A 35-501

:

A33.A34-2. E24-2,3. E28-2,3. E30-2,3.A50-2*.

DIN 17100

:

St33-1. St37-2,3. St44-2,3*, St50-2*.

ASTM

:

A283grB, C, D. A570gr30, 33, 40.

Tubes steels:

DIN 17172, 17175, 1629

:

StE210-7; 240-7; 290-7: 320-7; St35:

St35-4,8; St45; St45-4,8

API SPEC 5LX

:

X42,X46,X52

Ship steels

Qualité A and B

Steels for Boiler and Pressure Vessels:

NF A 36-205

:

A37CP, A42CP, A48CP

DIN 17155

:

HI, HII, HIII, 17Mn4

ASTM

:

A414grC, D, E, F. A442gr55, 60.A514grC, D, E, F
A515gr55, 60, 65, 70.
A285grC


MetalTec Cerbide
alloy=
cat=resine_epoxydique | Coatings
cat=product | Products
Super Wearing Abrasion Resistance Compound

A unique composite formulation of various sized ceramic fibers and carbide chips resulting in a tightly packed super abrasion resistant coating. For equipment that handles materials 1/16" (1.6mm) or larger.

MetalTec Cerbide may be used in any position. It does not slump or sag and may be applied up to 1"(25mm) thick vertically and 1/2"(12mm) thick overhead without the use of expanded metal reinforcement. Due to its handling characteristics, MetalTec Cerbide generally cannot be applied in thickness less than 3/16"(5.0mm).

Deposits cannot be machined.

USDA accepted for incidental food contact.

Abrafil AlSi5
Aluminum alloys
AWS A5.10: ER4043
ISO 18273: S Al 4043 (AlSi5)
alloy=alliages_d_aluminium
cat=alliages_d_aluminium | Aluminum alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.10: ER4043
ISO 18273: S Al 4043 (AlSi5)
AMS: 4190

Solid wire for GMAW used to weld Aluminium-Silicon alloys with Si content up to 7%. Applicable for a wide variety of Aluminium alloys.

Widely used in foundry reparations, nuclear industry, weapon industry, Aerospace, etc.

Alloy DIN W.-Nr.
3004-3005 AlMgSi0.5 3.3206
3303 AlMGgSi1 3.3210
5005 AlSi7Mg 3.2371
6060-6061-6063-6070-6071 AlSi5Mg 3.2341
6351
FCW M 71
Heat resistant steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
Anti abrasion
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.18: E70C-6M H4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 M M 1 H5
EN ISO 17632-B: T556T15-1MAP-UH5
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_faiblement_alliealloy=anti_abrasionalloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.18: E70C-6M H4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 M M 1 H5
EN ISO 17632-B: T556T15-1MAP-UH5

Seamless copper coated metal-cored tubular wire for semi automatic gas shielded arc welding

• Seamless copper coated metal-cored tubular wire for semi automatic gas shielded arc welding

• Single and multipass welding of CMn steels

• Optimal productivity by combining advantages of both seamless and seamed tubular wires

• Very good penetration, high tolerance to primer

• HDM guaranteed < 4 ml/ 100g deposited metal on the whole parameter box

• No moisture pick up, excellent wire feeding properties

• Unique mechanical properties

APPLICATIONS

Unalloyed constructional steel, boiler plate, pipe steels, fine-grained steels, shipbuilding steels, cast steels

Examples

Unalloyed construction steels EN 10025 S185, S235JR to S355K2G4

Boiler plate EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH

Fine-grained steels EN 10028-3 P275N, NH, NL1, NL2 to P460N, NH, NL1, and NL2

Fine-grained steels EN 10113 S275N to S460N, S275M to S460ML

Pipe steels EN 10208 L240NB to L445NB

Pipe steels API 5LX X42, X46, X 52, X60, X65

Pressure vessel plates ASTM SA-516 Gr55 to SA-516Gr70

Shipbuilding steels A, B, D, E, and A32/36 to F40

Cast steels DIN 1681 GS-38, GS-45, and GS-52

Cast steels ISO/TR 15608: Groups 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1 and 3.1

Abrafil AlMg3
Aluminum alloys
AWS A5.10: ~ ER5654
EN ISO 18273: S Al 5754 (AlMg3)
alloy=alliages_d_aluminium
cat=alliages_d_aluminium | Aluminum alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.10: ~ ER5654
EN ISO 18273: S Al 5754 (AlMg3)

Solid wire for GMAW used to weld Aluminium alloys with up to 3% Mg. Very often used in marine construction for their excellent resistance to salt water corrosion and other types of construction.

Application: shipbuilding

BASE MATERIAL UNS DIN W.-Nr.
3103A AlMn 1 3.0515
5050A Al Mg 1 3.3315
5050B Al Mg 1,5 3.3316
5051A Al Mg 1,8 3.3326
5052 Al Mg 2,5 3.3523
5754 Al Mg 3 3.3206
6060 Al Mg Si 0,5 3.3538
Abratig CrMo2
Heat resistant steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A5.28: ER80S-B6
ISO 21952-A: W CrMo2Si
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
AWS A5.28: ER80S-B6
ISO 21952-A: W CrMo2Si
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.7384

GTAW rods for welding creep resisting steels (alloyed with Cr and Mo) used in service up to 600°C (including 2% Cr- 1% Mo castings). High resistance to H2S.

Main applications: For overheaters, valve bodies, pipes, boilers, hydrocrackers.

Steels and pipes for boiler and pressure vessels:

NF A 36-206

:

15CD4-05 – 10CD9-10

DIN 17155 and 17245

:

10 Cr Mo 9.10 – 10 Cr Si Mo V7

24 CrMo V55 – 12 Cr Mo 9.10 GS 12 Cr MO 9.10…

BS

:

1501 Gr 622 to 1504 Gr 622, BS 359 Gr 622/640 1503 Gr 660, 1504Gr 660

ASTM

:

A 387 GrD – A 335 GrP 22 – A 213 GrT 22, T36

Nuance Vallourec: Chromesco 3

FCW Sub 904LS
Stainless alloys
Cladding
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC385
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 20 25 5 Cu L M NO 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=placage
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC385
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 20 25 5 Cu L M NO 3
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4519

Metal cored stainless steel wire for submerged arc welding

 Metal cored stainless steel wire for submerged arc welding

 20% chromium - 25% nickel - 4.5% molybdenum - 1.5% copper - low carbon deposit

 Attractive bead appearance without residual slag, outstanding slag release even in narrow gaps

 High productivity and enhanced wetting properties compared to matching solid wires

 Mineral additions to the core improve both mechanical characteristics and resistance to cracking

 Welds well with submerged arc flux (consult us)

APPLICATIONS

FCW Sub 904LS is suitable for welding and cladding stainless steels of similar composition and for dissimilar welds between these steels and mild, low alloy and other stainless steels. It is an alternative choice to overmatch leaner alloys such as 317LN, 1.4439 etc.

Examples:


UNS Material number EN Symbol
1. 4500 GX7 NiCrMoCuNb 25-20
1. 4505 X4 NiCrMoCuNb 20-18-2
1. 4506 X5 NiCrMoCuTi 20-18
1. 4536 GX2 NiCrMoCuN 25-20
N08904 1. 4539 X1 NiCrMoCu 25-20-5
1. 4585 GX7 CrNiMoCuNb 18-18
MS 21S
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
EN ISO 2560: E 513 RR 22
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
NFA 81-309: E 513/2 RR 22
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
BS 639: E 5132 RR 22
EN ISO 2560: E 513 RR 22
DIN 1913: E 5132 RR 6 Rutile electrode with very thick coating

Thick coated electrode destined to flat- or fillet welding when a nice aspect of the bead is searched - concave bead in angle - very soft fusion and self releasing slag - supports high current.

Frequently used for final passes.

ABRAFIL CuAl9Fe
Copper alloys
AWS: ~ERCuAl-A2
alloy=alliages_cuivreux
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cuivreux | Copper alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
DIN 1733: ~CuAl10Fe
EN 14640: ~S Cu 6240 (CuAl11Fe)
Werkstoff Nr: ~2.0937
AWS: ~ERCuAl-A2

Joining of Cu-Al-alloys and Cu-Al-alloys. Surfacing un- and low-alloyed steels and steel casts.

FCW 4648
Cladding
Nickel alloys
Maintenance and repair
AWS A 5.34: ENiCrFe-2*
EN ISO 14172: ENi6082*
alloy=placagealloy=alliages_de_nickelalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.34: ENiCrFe-2*
EN ISO 14172: ENi6082*
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4648
: *There is no EN ISO classification system available for nickel-base flux-cored wires. The deposit meets the composition requirements and mechanical properties of the corresponding nickel-base SMAW electrodes.

· Flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

· Latest generation basic slag quality guarantees optimum metallurgical quality and attractive welder appeal

· Together with enhanced productivity, FCW 4648 offers many other advantages compared to solid wires : enhanced wetting properties, increased resistance to cracking, better bead aspect and shape, use of classical M21 gas mixtures

· Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

APPLICATIONS

· FCW 4648 is suitable for welding and cladding nickel-based alloys such as alloy 600 or similar materials.

· It is also used for dissimilar welding of most nickel-based alloys to each other, to alloyed steels, or to stainless steels.

· It is a first choice consumable for heterogeneous weldments between creep-resisting ferritic steels and austenitic steels for use at high temperatures. If necessary, stress relief may be carried out.

· Repair welding on “hard-to-weld” steels

Abrafil CT
Weathering steels
AWS A5.28 : ER80S-G
alloy=aciers_patinable
cat=aciers_patinable | Weathering steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.28 : ER80S-G
EN 12534 : G Mn3Ni1Cu

CORTEN

Filler metal used for welding all steels resistant to atmospheric corrosion (industrial, sea, rural).

Principal applications: public buildings, department of civil engineering, navy, tanks, water tower, bridges, crash barrier, electrical pylons.


BASE MATERIAL


The welding of :

DIN 17119WT St37.2-WT St37.3-WT St52.3

COR-TEN: A, B, C

Arbed: Ar' corox: 26/3 - 36/1 - 36/3Hoesch HRL: 37, 37 extra, 52, 52 extra.

Mannesman: Acor 37-2, 37-3, 52-S, 52-3Thyssen: Patinax 37, Patinax 37-3.


Abrafonte
Nickel alloys
Maintenance and repair
Cast iron
AWS A 5.15: E Ni-CI
EN ISO 1071: E C Ni-CI 3
alloy=alliages_de_nickelalloy=maintenance_et_reparationalloy=fonte
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
cat=fonte | Cast iron
NF A 81-342: E Ni BG 11
AWS A 5.15: E Ni-CI
DIN 8573: E Ni BG 11
EN ISO 1071: E C Ni-CI 3

Pure nickel electrode

Electrode with a graphite-basic coating. Weld deposit consists of pure nickel. Recommended for cold welding and repairing of grey cast iron, repairing of cracks. Homogeneous and easy to machine deposit. Good bonding and flow of the weld metal.

Main applications:

Repairing of engine blocks, frames of tool machines, gearboxes, reducing pieces, valve and pump bodies.


Grey cast iron to different steels:

NF A 32-101

:

FGL 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400

NF A 32-201

:

FGS 370-17, 400-12, 500-7, 600-3, 700-2

NF A 32-702

:

MN 350-10, 380-18, 450-6, 350-4, 650-3

DIN 1691

:

CG-14, 18, 25, 30

DIN 1693

:

GGG-40, 50, 60, 70

DIN 1692

:

GTS-35, 45, 55, 65, 70

Abranel 600HR
Heat resistant steels
Nickel alloys
AWS A5.11: E NiCrFe-2
EN ISO 14172: E-Ni 6092 (NiCr16Fe12NbMo)
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
AWS A5.11: E NiCrFe-2
UNS: W86133
DIN 1736: EL- NiCr 15 FeNb
EN ISO 14172: E-Ni 6092 (NiCr16Fe12NbMo)

Basic coated NiCrFe- Electrode For alternative current

Basic coated electrode with 150% recovery, for welding Nickel-Chromium-Iron alloys to themselves and to lower alloyed steels as well as for welding cryogenic 5 and 9% Ni-steels and high temperature steels, for CrMo-creep resistant steels to stainless steels, for repair on HK and HP reformer grades.

The electrode is especially designed to weld with alternating current.


UNS

Alloys

DIN

Alloys Nr.

5%Ni

12Ni19

1.5680

K81340

9%Ni

X8Ni9

1.5662

N06600

600

NiCr15Fe

2.4816

N08800

800

X10NiCrAlTi3220

1.4876

N08810

800H

X5NiCrAlTi3120

1.4958

J94204

HK40

GX40CrNiSi25 20

1.4848

J95705

HP30

GX40NiCrNb35 25

1.4852

FCW S 22 9 3L
Stainless alloys
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
Highly alloyed steels
AWS A 5.22: E2209T0-4 / E2209T0-1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplexalloy=aciers_hautement_allie
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=aciers_hautement_allie | Highly alloyed steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E2209T0-4 / E2209T0-1
EN 12073: T 22 9 3 N L R M 3 / T 22 9 3 N L R C 3

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 22% chromium - 9% nickel - 3% molybdenum - nitrogen - low carbon duplex stainless steel deposit

• Exceptional resistance to moisture pick up

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

Welding wrought, forged or cast duplex stainless steels for service in the as-welded condition Heterogeneous welding between duplex stainless steels and other stainless and mild or low alloyed steels

Abratig 22.9.3L
Stainless alloys
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.9: ER2209
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplexalloy=aciers_faiblement_alliealloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.9: ER2209
DIN 8559 : SG-X2 CrNiMoN22 9
EN 12072 : G 22 9 3 NL
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4462

TIG duplex

Low carbon filler metal used for “Duplex” welding steels (austenitic-ferritic).

Resistant to severe corrosive environments (inter crystalline attack, pitting corrosion, crevice, stress corrosion)

Applications:

Pumps, vessels, pumping systems attacked by chloride containing solutions (sea water)


BASE MATERIAL

UNS

DIN

W - Nr.

329 LN

S31803

X2 Cr NIMoN22 53

1.4462

329

S32900

X4 CrNiMoN27 52

1.4460

-

S31500

X2 CrNiMoSi 19 5

1.4417

-

-

X4 CrNiMoNb 25 7

1.4582

-

-

G - X6 CrNiMo 24 82

1.4463

-

-

G - X8 CrNi 26 7

1.4347

35 N

S32304

FCW S 310
Stainless alloys
Heat resistant steels
AWS A 5.22:: (E310T0-4 - E310T0-1) nearest
EN ISO 17633-A: T 25 20 R M 3 - T 25 20 R C 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22:: (E310T0-4 - E310T0-1) nearest
EN ISO 17633-A: T 25 20 R M 3 - T 25 20 R C 3
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4842

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 25% chromium - 20% nickel deposit

• High manganese ensures freedom from hot cracking under restraint

• Attractive bead appearance, automatic slag release, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 310 is resistant to oxidation and scaling up to 1100°C. It is suitable for welding cast or wrought stainless steels of similar composition and heat resistant ferritic stainless steels.

Abracrom 4462MoB
Stainless alloys
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
Austenitic steels
AWS A5.4: E 2594-15
EN ISO 3581-A : E 25 9 4 N LB 4 2
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplexalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
AWS A5.4: E 2594-15
EN ISO 3581-A : E 25 9 4 N LB 4 2

Stainless electrode for super duplex steels

Rutile-basic electrode with an austenitic- ferritic microstructure (super duplex). The weld metal can be applied for operation temperatures up to 250°C and is resistant in chloride containing media, like sea water, against pitting corrosion as well as crevice and stress corrosion. Easy to weld in all positions, except vertical down. Stable arc, regular drop transfer, easy slag removal, finely rippled weld beads.

Main applications:

For butt welding and cladding of steels and castings with an austenitic - ferritic structure, which are used for pumps, vessels, piping systems etc. attacked by chloride containing solutions. But also for impellers and other components which require high strength combined with corrosion attack.


UNS

Alloys

EN 10088

Material N°

CLI

S31803

X2CrNiMoN22-5-3

1.4462

URANUS 45

S32304

35N

X2CrNi23-4

1.4362

URANUS 35N

S32550

52N

G-X2CrNiMoCuN26 6 3

1.4517

URANUS 52N

52N+

X2CrNiMoCuN25-6-3

1.4507

URANUS 52N+

S32760

100

X2CrNiMoCuW25 7 4

1.4501

URANUS 70N

S32900

329

X3CrNiMoN27-5-2

1.4460



Abratig Titane2
Titanium alloys
AWS A5.16: ERTI-2
ISO 24034: Ti 0120 (Ti 99.6)
alloy=alliages_de_titane
cat=alliages_de_titane | Titanium alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.16: ERTI-2
ISO 24034: Ti 0120 (Ti 99.6)
AMS: 4951

Filler metal used for welding of pure titanium Grade 2 type

HFM 15S
Heat resistant steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A 5.5: E 8018-B2
EN ISO 3580: E 1 Cr Mo B 20
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
NFA 81-345: E C1 Cr Mo B 120 20 BH
AWS A 5.5: E 8018-B2
BS 2493: 1 Cr Mo BH
EN ISO 3580: E 1 Cr Mo B 20
DIN 8575: E Cr Mo 1 B 20 + Basic coated electrode for creep resisting steels

Low hydrogen basic coated electrode with Cr and Mo for welding creep resisting steels (1% Cr - 0.5% Mo). Resistant to high temperature up to 500-550°C. For piping systems, boilers, overeaters. Soft fusion, good slag removal. Nice aspect of the weld bead.

Main applications: petrochemical industry and chemical industry.


Steels and pipes for boilers and pressure vessels:

EN : 15Cr3 – 16 MnCr 5 – 20 MnCr 5 – 24 CrMo 5 – 15 CrMo 5 - 13 CrMo 4 4 - 22 CrMo 4 4 – GS 17 CrMo 5 5

Werkstoff N° : 1.7015 – 1.7131 – 1.7147 – 1.7223 – 1.7225 – 1.7258 - 1.7262 – 1.7335 – 1.7337 – 1.7350 – 1.7357

ASTM : A335 Gr.P12 – A387 Gr.12Cl2 – A193 Gr B7 – A182 Gr F11 A336 Gr F12 – A217 Gr WC6

FCW W S
Heat resistant steels
Tool steels
Hardfacing
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_pour_outillagealloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_pour_outillage | Tool steels
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe3 Cored wire - Hardfacing

• Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing

• Martensitic alloy used in applications where greater hardness of the weld metal is required up to 500°C

• Outstanding resistance to low stress abrasion with heavy impact and high compressive stresses

APPLICATIONS

•FCW W S is used for surfacing parts subjected to heavy compressive stresses and moderate abrasion or metal-to-metal wear, combined with mechanical and thermal shocks.

• Pre-heat is an essential requirement to prevent hot cracking. The level of preheat is a function of the size and geometry of the component to be hardfaced and its chemical composition. Large build-ups are recommended to be stress-relieved. Avoid excessive build up thickness (use FCW WLC for rebuilding and FCW W for the cap layer).

Examples Refurbishing of steel mill rolls, crane wheels, hot work extrusion mandrels, crushing hammers, shear knives, pulleys, and winches

FCW SB D57L
Stainless alloys
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
AWS A 5.22: ~ E2553T0-4
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: ~ E2553T0-4
EN 12073: T Z 25 9 4 Cu N L Z M 3

• Basic flux cored super duplex stainless steel wire

• 25% chromium - 9% nickel - 4% molybdenum - copper - nitrogen - low carbon deposit

• Exclusive slag system and fine tuning of the compositional balance insure good impact toughness levels

• PREN > 40, CPT tested at 45°C

• Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures are used for welding

APPLICATIONS

Welding super duplex grades in downhand and flat position when increased impact toughness is required. Heterogeneous welding between super duplex stainless steels and other stainless and mild or low alloyed steels

FCW Sub 22 9 3LG
Stainless alloys
Cladding
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC2209
ASME IIC SFA 5.9 / AWS A 5.9: EC2209
EN ISO 17633-A: T 22 9 3 N L M M12 1
EN ISO 17633-B: TS2209-M M12 1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=placagealloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC2209
ASME IIC SFA 5.9 / AWS A 5.9: EC2209
EN ISO 17633-A: T 22 9 3 N L M M12 1
EN ISO 17633-B: TS2209-M M12 1
UNS Number: S39209

Metal cored duplex stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

· Metal cored duplex stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

· 22% chromium - 9% nickel - 3% molybdenum - low carbon - nitrogen bearing weld metal

· Enhanced productivity, improved weldability, better wetting properties compared to solid wires

· Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

· Nitrogen free classical shielding gases are used for welding

APPLICATIONS

Welding wrought, forged or cast duplex stainless steels for service in the as-welded condition Heterogeneous welding between duplex stainless steels and other stainless and mild or low alloyed steels

Examples:


UNS Material number EN Symbol
S31803 1. 4462 X2CrNiMoN 22-5-3
S32205
S32304 1. 4362 X2CrNiN 23 4
FCW PO
Hardfacing
Low & medium alloyed steels
alloy=rechargementalloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe1

Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Hardfacing or rebuilding components subject to metal-metal wear and moderate abrasion

• Machinable deposit

APPLICATIONS

FCW PO is used for hardfacing and multi-layer build up work. Preheat is required for multi-layer build-up work

Examples

Tractor rollers, tractor idlers, shovel rollers, crane wheels, mine car wheels, cable drums, cable sheaves, steel mill table rolls and other steel mill applications, shovel track pad, stacker wheels etc.

FCW AP O
Manganese steels
Hardfacing
Maintenance and repair
alloy=aciers_au_manganesealloy=rechargementalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=aciers_au_manganese | Manganese steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
DIN 8555: MF 7-GF-250/50-CKNPR

Cored wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Cored wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Austenitic deposit with excellent work hardening properties

APPLICATIONS

FCW AP O produces an austenitic and non magnetic weld deposit which has excellent work hardening properties. The degree of work hardening is dependent on the amount of impact on the rebuilt component. It is used for rebuilding components exposed to high impact or heavy loads and can be used on ferritic and austenitic steels including “Hadfield” manganese steel. Deposit can be multi-layered

Examples

Railroad frogs, crusher rolls, hammers, steel mill rolls and all components where a work hardening deposit is desirable.

FCW R Ni1
Cold tough steels
AWS A 5.29: E81T1-Ni1MJH4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 50 4 1Ni P M 1
EN ISO 17632-B: T554T1-1MA-UN2 H5
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froid
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.29: E81T1-Ni1MJH4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 50 4 1Ni P M 1
EN ISO 17632-B: T554T1-1MA-UN2 H5
ASME IX Qualification: QW-432 F-N° 6 / QW-442 A-N° 10

• Seamless high fill copper coated rutile cored wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 1 % nickel alloyed to improve sub-zero impact strength

• Single and multipass welding of cold tough steels

• High deposition rate welding can be carried out in all positions without the need to change parameters

• No moisture pick up, excellent wire feeding properties, good weldability and low spatter

APPLICATIONS

Examples

Construction steels EN 10025 S235JR to S355K2G4

Fine-grained steels EN 10028-3 P275N, NH, NL1, NL2 to P460N, NH, NL1, NL2

Fine-grained steels EN 10113 S275N to S460N, S275M to S460ML

Pressure vessel steels EN 10028-2 P235GH to P355GH

Pipe steels EN 10208 L240NB to L445NB

Pipe steels API 5LX X42, X46, X 52, X60, X65

Shipbuilding steels A, B, D, E, A32/36 to F40

Shipbuilding steels ISO/TR 15608: Groups 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1 and 3.1

FCW B Ni1
Cold tough steels
AWS A 5.29: E80T5-G H4
EN ISO 17632-B: T556T5-0MA-N3-H5
EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 1Ni B M 3 H5
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froid
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN ISO 17632-B: T556T5-0MA-N3-H5
EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 1Ni B M 3 H5
AWS A 5.29: E80T5-G H4

• Seamless high fill copper coated basic cored tubular wire for semi-automatic gas shielded arc welding

• 1 % nickel alloyed to improve sub-zero impact strength

• Single and multipass welding of cold tough / fine-grained steels

• Optimal productivity by combining advantages of both seamless and seamed tubular wires

• HDM guaranteed < 4 ml/ 100g deposited metal on the whole parameter box

• No moisture pick up, excellent wire feeding properties, good weldability and low spatter

APPLICATIONS

Fine-grained, cold tough (down to -60°) and high yield strength steels (up to 550 MPa)

Examples

Construction steels EN 10025 S235JR to S355K2G4

Fine-grained steels EN 10028-3 P275N, NH, NL1, NL2 to P460N, NH, NL1, NL2

Fine-grained steels EN 10113 S275N to S460N, S275M to S460ML

Pressure vessel steels EN 10028-2 P235GH to P355GH

Pipe steels EN 10208 L240NB to L445NB API 5LX X42, X46, X 52, X60, X65

Shipbuilding steels A, B, D, E, A32/36 to F40

Shipbuilding steels ISO/TR 15608: Groups 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1 and 3.1

FCW V 347H
Stainless alloys
Heat resistant steels
AWS A 5.22: E347T1-1/4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 9 Nb P M 1 - T 19 9 Nb P C 1
EN ISO 17633-B: TS347-FB1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E347T1-1/4
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 9 Nb P M 1 - T 19 9 Nb P C 1
EN ISO 17633-B: TS347-FB1

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 9% nickel - niobium stabilised - high carbon deposit

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Specifically designed for out-of-position welding • Maximum productivity for completion of vertical welds

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW V 347H is suitable for welding stabilised stainless steels containing 16 to 21% Cr and 8 to 13% Ni.

Examples

AISI

UNS

Material number

EN Symbol

321H

S32109

1.4941

X8 CrNiTi 18-10

347H

S34709

1.4961

X8 CrNiNb 16-13


FCW NICI-O
Cast iron
EN ISO 1071: T C NiFe2
alloy=fonte
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=fonte | Cast iron
cat=alloy | Alloys
EN ISO 1071: T C NiFe2

Cast iron

· Flux cored wire for semi-automatic self shielded arc welding

· Designed for welding grey, malleable, nodular and phosphorous cast iron.

· Also used to for dissimilar weldments between cast iron and steel.

· Welding of highly restrained or thick walled pieces

· Preheat is not necessary. Heat input is low which favours limited H.A.Z.

APPLICATIONS

· Joining and repairing all types of cast iron

FCW 414-S
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
DIN 8555: UP5-GF-40-C

Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing. Martensitic stainless steel deposit alloyed with Ni and Mo

•Tubular wire for submerged arc hardfacing

•Martensitic stainless steel deposit alloyed with Ni and Mo


APPLICATIONS

•Hardfacing parts undergoing corrosion, erosion, abrasive wear and thermal shocks

Examples Continuous casting rolls

FCW Sub 316L
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.22: EC316L
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 12 3 L M M 1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
AWS A 5.22: EC316L
EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 12 3 L M M 1

• Metal cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 12% nickel - 3% molybdenum - low carbon deposit

• Enhanced productivity, improved weldability, better wetting properties compared to solid wires

• Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

APPLICATIONS

FCW Sub 316L is suitable for welding stainless steels with an alloy content between 16 to 21% Cr, 6 to 13% Ni and up to 3% Mo, stabilised and unstabilised types

RD 3
Manganese steels
Hardfacing
Austenitic steels
alloy=aciers_au_manganesealloy=rechargementalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=aciers_au_manganese | Manganese steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=electrodes_tubulaires | Tubular welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels

Tubular electrode for hardfacing (mineral abrasion)

Tubular electrode filled with chromium carbide powder. Deposit highly resistant to abrasion and mineral erosion. High amount of Cr carbides in an austenitic matrix, very compact. To consume with very low current. Agreeable melting. No slag. Deposit not machinable. Possibility to increase deposition by introducing a second electrode in the arc (double the recommended current). Surfacing of all austenitic and Mn steels types, grey cast iron (without any preheating), tool steels or high alloyed steels (in this case, carry out a cushion layer with 29/9 or 18/8Mn electrodes).

General applications: For agriculture, cement industries, quarries, brickyards, civil engineering, for screws of brick press, for excavating jars, ...

Abracast 11 S
Cast iron
AWS A 5.15: E NiFe-CI
EN ISO 1071 : E C NiFe-Cl 3
alloy=fonte
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=fonte | Cast iron
cat=alloy | Alloys
NF A 81-342: E NiFe BG 21
AWS A 5.15: E NiFe-CI
DIN 8573: E NiFe-1 BG21
EN ISO 1071 : E C NiFe-Cl 3

“Bimetal“ electrode for cast iron welding

Graphite-basic coating and «Bimetal» core wire with high electrical conductivity. The «Bimetal» core wire authorize very important fusion speeds with direct current as well as alternative current without any overheating risks of the electrode (phenomenon often notice with conventional Ferro-Nickel).

For repair and construction welding on all cast iron types and dissimilar joints between cast iron and steels.


Grey cast iron, malleable, nodular:

NFA 32-101: FGL 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400

NFA 32-201: FGS 370-17, 400-12, 500-7, 600-3, 700-2

NFA 32-702: MN 350-10, 380-18, 450-6, 350-4, 650-3

DIN 1691: CG-14, 18, 25, 30

DIN 1693: GGG-40, 50, 60, 70

DIN 1692: GTS-35, 45, 55, 65, 70

Abracrom 308Mo
Stainless alloys
Maintenance and repair
AWS A5.4 : E 308Mo - 17
ISO 3581-A: E 20 10 3 R 3 2
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
AWS A5.4 : E 308Mo - 17
ISO 3581-A: E 20 10 3 R 3 2
EN 1600: E 20 10 3 R 3 2

Stainless electrode for repairing

Rutile-basic coated stainless steel type electrode with an austenitic-ferritic structure used to weld dissimilar joints between construction / mild steels and stainless steels. Due to its high level of delta ferrite ( ~25% ) also used as an universal repairing electrode in maintenance welding. Highly crack resistant. Soft fusion, nice aspect of the beads, slag lifts by itself.

UNS

Alloys

EN 10088

Material N°

UGINE

S31600

316

X5CrNiMo17-12-2

1.4401

UGINOX 17-10 M

S31603

316L

X2CrNiMo17-12-2

1.4404

UGINOX 18-11 ML

J92900

G-X5CrNiMo 19-11-2

1.4408

S31635

316Ti

X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2

1.4571

UGINOX 17-11 MT

S31635

316Ti

X10CrNiMoTi 18-12

1.4573

G-X5CrNiMoNb 19-11-2

1.4581

S31640

318

X10NiCrMoNb 18-12

1.4583


+ for dissimilar joints between low alloy/mild steels and stainless steels.


Abrafil 312
Stainless alloys
Heat resistant steels
Tool steels
AWS A5.9 : ER 312
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_pour_outillage
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=aciers_pour_outillage | Tool steels
AWS A5.9 : ER 312
DIN 8556 : SGX10CrNi30 9
EN 12072 : W 29 9
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4337 Filler metal used for welding of dissimilar steels with an austenitic-ferritic stainless steel deposit. Well adapted for steels difficult to weld as tool steels, molded steels, high strength steels, piston rod, … Metal deposit highly resistant to cracks, oxidation, suitable for buffer layers before hardfacing and for building up cutting tools.

BASE MATERIAL

UNS

DIN

W. - Nr.

-

-

X10 CrAl 24

1.4762

-

-

G - X70 Cr 29

1.4085

-

J93303

G - X32 CrNi 28 10

1.4339

-

J92615

G - X40 CrNi 27 4

1.4340

-

-

G - X8 CrNi 26 7

1.4347


FCW S 312-O
Cladding
Maintenance and repair
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E312T0-3
alloy=placagealloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: E312T0-3
EN 12073: T 29 9 U N 3 Special flux cored self shielded stainless steel wire for open arc welding

•Special flux cored self shielded stainless steel wire for open arc welding

•29% chromium - 9% nickel deposit

•Sound deposits are obtained even in the presence of cross draughts

•Primary choice for cladding and rebuilding application

•Suited for joining

•Provides maximum productivity for outdoor jobs

•The weld deposit workhardens and gives good wear and friction resistance


APPLICATIONS

The FCW S series of wires is designed for on-site weld surfacing, repair and assembly of stainless steels. Good quality welds may be obtained, even when they are used in difficult weather conditions.

Examples:

•Welding stainless steels of similar composition or ferritic stainless steels.

•Joining stainless steels to mild and low-alloyed steels.

•Buffer layers before hardsurfacing.

•Maintenance on « hard-to-weld steels ».

•Welding high carbon hardenable steels, of known or unknown composition and generally most of steels subject to cracking such as tool steels, manganese steels, spring steels and high-speed steels.

MS 180
Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.1: E 7024
EN ISO 2560: E 512 RR 180 32
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.1: E 7024
EN 499: E 42 0 RR 7 4
EN ISO 2560: E 512 RR 180 32 Rutile electrode high efficiency

High efficiency rutile electrode (180%) - for a high deposition rate, long beads and a nice aspect of the weld seams -soft fusion and self releasing slag.

Frequently use for butt-welding plates with a heavy thickness and fillet welds.


Construction steels for general use :

NF A 35-501 : A33.A34-2.E24-2, 3. E28-2, 3. E30-2, 3. A50-2

DIN 17100 : St33-1. St37-2, 3.St44-2, 3. St50-2

ASTM : A283grB, C, D. A570gr30,33,40

Tube steels and ship steels:

NF A 36-205 : A37CP, A42CP, A48CP

DIN 17155 : HI, HII, HIII, 17Mn 4

ASTM : A414grC, D, E, F. A442gr55, 60. A514grC, D, E, F. A515gr55, 60, 65, 70. A285grC

Abratig NiTi
Nickel alloys
AWS A5.14: ER Ni 1
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
AWS A5.14: ER Ni 1
DIN 1736: SG-Ni Ti 4
EN 18274: S-NiTi3 Ni2061
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4155

Filler metal used for welding pure Nickel grades, types : 200, Ni 201, Ni 99.2, LC-Ni99. Also used in heterogeneous welding of steel on Nickel or cupro-Nickel alloys

Applications: chemical and Power Industry, sub-assembly layer

BASE MATERIAL

200

UNS

N02200

DIN

Ni 99.2

W.-Nr.

2.4066

201

N02201

LC Ni 99

2.4068

205

N02205

LC Ni 99.6

2.4061

Ni 99.6

2.4060

Ni 99.8

2.4050

Ni 99.4Fe/ Ni Mn 3AL

2.4062/ 2.4122

Ni Mn 1/ Ni Mn 5

2.4106/ 2.4116

Ni Mn 2/ Ni AL 4 Ti

2.4110/ 2.4128


FCW TO
Hardfacing
Low & medium alloyed steels
alloy=rechargementalloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
DIN 8555: MF 1-GF-350-P
EN 14700: T Fe1

Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Low alloy steel weld deposit for heavy multi-layer build-up work on carbon steel parts

APPLICATIONS

FCW TO is used for rebuilding and surfacing components subject to metal-metal wear and moderate abrasion. The weld deposit is machinable.

Examples

Build up of earthmoving equipment such as tractor rollers, idlers, chains and drive sprockets, excavator pads, electric shovel track carrier rolls, steel shafts, gears, crane wheels, steel mill rolls, mine car wheels, dredge pins, dredge links, mixer parts, rail car couplings, steel mill roll couplings and any components subject to metal-metal wear.

C6010
AWS A 5.1: E 6010
EN ISO 2560-A: E 35 2 C 21
alloy=
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
NFA 81-309: E 433/2 C 10
AWS A 5.1: E 6010
BS 639: E 433 C 10
EN ISO 2560-A: E 35 2 C 21
DIN 1913: E 43 43 C 4
EN 499: E 42 3 C 25 Cellulosic electrode

Cellulosic electrode for pipe welding in vertical down position. Particularly recommended for root passes. Very good behaviour on bad prepared joints (rust, painting...).

Very thin slag.


Construction steels for general use :

NF A 35-501 : A 33. A34-2. E24-2,3. E28-2,3. E30-2,3. A50-2*. A60-2* ,3*

DIN 17100 : St33-1. St37-2,3. St44-2,3*. St50-2*. St60-2*.

ASTM : A283grB, C, D. A570gr30, 33, 40, 50*. A 709gr50.

Tube steels:

DIN 17172, 17175, 1629 : StE 210-7 ; 240-7 ; 290-7 ; 320-7 ; St35 ; St35-4,8 ; St45 ; St45-4,8 ; St52* ; St52-4*.

API SPEC 5L : X42, X46, X52

Ship steels : Quality A and B

Steels for boilers and pressure vessels :

NF A 36-205 : A37CP, A42CP, A48CP, A52CP*.

DIN 17155 : HI, HII, HIII.

ASTM : A414grC, D, E, F. A442gr55, 60. A514grC, D, E, F. A515gr55, 60, 65, 70. A285grC.

Steels with high elastic limit :

NF A 36-203 : E275D, E335D*.

DIN 17 102 : EStE255, 315, 355*.

(*)with eventual pre- and post weld heat treatment in the case of heavy thickness.

FCW V 309HT
Stainless alloys
Heat resistant steels
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 12073: T Z 22 10 N H P M 1 – T Z 22 10 N H P C 1

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• Specially designed for heat resisting applications

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Specifically designed for out-of-position welding, maximum productivity for completion of vertical welds

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures

APPLICATIONS

FCW V 309HT weld metal has a scaling temperature beyond 1000°C. The controlled carbon and ferrite levels improve microstructural stability and high temperature strength compared to the 309(L) types whereas the lower nickel content provides better resistance against sulphur attack than the 310 grade.

Examples of alloys to be welded

Designation

UNS

Material number

EN Symbol

309

S30900

1.4828

X15 CrNiSi 20-12

AVESTA 153MA

S30415

1.4891

X4 CrNiSiN 18 10

AVESTA 253MA

S30815

1.4893

X8 CrNiSiN 21 11

Corstel 6A
Hardfacing
Anti abrasion
AWS A5.13: E Co Cr-A
alloy=rechargementalloy=anti_abrasion
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
AWS A5.13: E Co Cr-A
DIN 8555: E20-UM-45-CRTZ “Grade 6” type base cobalt hardfacing electrode for refilling

Hardfacing electrode with a rutile-basic coating. Cobalt base deposit of « stellite grade 6 » type (Co-Cr-W). The deposit is highly resistant to metal-metal wear and to corrosion up to 800°C. High resistance to thermal and mechanical shocks. Good aptitude to polishing and to machining - Soft arc - Easy to remove slag, regular and smooth weld profile.

Hardfacing of valves, valve seats and sealing surfaces, hot shears blades, hot pressing tools, beaters for coke pulverises

* Note: "Stellite" is a trade mark of Deloro Stellite (Haynes International).

MS 46
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
NFA 81-309: E 513/2 RR 12
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
BS 639: E 5132 R 12
EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
DIN 1913: E 4322 R ( C ) 3 Rutile electrode vertical down

Universal rutile cellulosic electrode especially elaborated for welding in vertical down position. Good penetration, regular weld beads and a little bit convex in flat position, self releasing slag in vertical down position. Destined for general construction works where the majority of welds are executed in vertical down position, but also used as universal electrode.

Main applications: For metal constructions, blacksmithing and maintenance works, frame, piping...


Construction steels for general use:

NF A 35-501 : A33.A34-2.E24-2, 3. E28-2, 3. E30-2, 3. A50-2*.

DIN 17100 : St33-1.St37-2, 3.St44-2, 3*. St50-2*.

ASTM : A283grB, C, D. A570gr30,33,40.

Tube steels:

DIN 17172, 17175, 1629 : StE 210-7 ; 240-7 ; 290-7 ; 320-7 ; St35 ; St35-4 ; 8.St45 ; St45-4 ; 8.St52 ; St52-4.

API SPEC 5L : X42, X46, X52.

Ship steels: Quality A, B et D.

Steels for boilers and pressure vessels:

NF A 36-205 : A37CP, A42CP, A48CP.

DIN 17155 : HI, HII, HIII, 17Mn 4.

ASTM : A414grC, D, E, F. A442gr55, 60. A514grC, D, E, F. A515gr55, 60, 65, 70. A285grC.

(*)with eventual pre- and post weld heat treatment in the case of heavy thickness.

LH 98DS
Cold tough steels
High strength steels
Heat resistant steels
Low & medium alloyed steels
AWS A 5.5 : E 9018-D1
EN ISO 18275-A : E 55 4 MnMo B 4 2 H5
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastiquealloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_faiblement_allie
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastique | High strength steels
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
NFA 81-340 : EY 55 2Mn Mo B110 26 BH
AWS A 5.5 : E 9018-D1
BS 2493 : 2Mn Mo BH
DIN 8529: EY 5565 Mn Mo BH 526
EN ISO 18275-A : E 55 4 MnMo B 4 2 H5 High strength basic electrode

Low hydrogen basic coated electrode with high yield strength for welding fine grain steels applied at temperatures between -50 to +500°C. Thermal treated low alloyed steels with C-Mn.

Resistant to fatigue - corrosion in the presence of phosphorus and sulphur.


Construction steels for general use :

NF A 35-501 :A50.2. A60.2.

DIN 17100 :St60-2.St 70-2.

Steels for boilers and pressure vessels :

NF A 36-207 : A550AP, FP. A590AP,PP.

NF A 36-205 : A37 CP, AP, FP, à A52 CP, AP, FP.

DIN 17155 : HI à HIV, 19Mn6, 19Mn5, 17Mn4.

High strength steels :

DIN 17102: StE255 à 380.

Heat resisting steels :WstE255 à 380

Cold tough steels : TstE255 à 380.

FCW S 308H
Stainless alloys
Heat resistant steels
AWS A 5.22: E308HT0-4 - E308HT0-1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E308HT0-4 - E308HT0-1
EN 12073: T 19 9 H R M 3 - T 19 9 H R C 3

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 19% chromium - 9% nickel - high carbon deposit

• Exceptional resistance to moisture pick up

• Attractive bead appearance, automatic slag release, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Can be used out of position

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 308H is suitable for welding 304H and 304H derivatives that operate at temperatures up to 750°C.

FCW Sub D57L
Stainless alloys
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
AWS A 5.22: EC2553
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 25 9 4 Cu N L M M 1
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
AWS A 5.22: EC2553
EN ISO 17633-A: T Z 25 9 4 Cu N L M M 1

• Metal cored super duplex stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 25% chromium - 9% nickel - 4% molybdenum - copper - nitrogen - low carbon deposit

• Enhanced productivity, improved weldability, better wetting properties compared to solid wires

• Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

• Nitrogen free classical shielding gases are used for welding

APPLICATIONS

Welding super duplex grades in downhand and flat position when increased impact toughness is required.

Heterogeneous welding between super duplex stainless steels and other stainless and mild or low alloyed steels

Abratig Cu
Copper alloys
AWS A5.7: ERCu
ISO 24373: S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
alloy=alliages_cuivreux
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cuivreux | Copper alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.7: ERCu
ISO 24373: S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.1006

Solid rod for TIG welding of oxygen free Copper and Cooper alloys. Good flow and porosity free weld seams due to the alloying with Tin. The melting temperature is relatively low and projections are minor.

If a high electrical conductivity is required use TIG CuAg.

Nickel Aluminum 80/20 wire
Thermal Spray
Hardfacing
Maintenance and repair
EN ISO 14919 - 6 - 1,6 - 4:
alloy=thermal_sprayalloy=rechargementalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=thermal_spray | Thermal Spray
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
EN ISO 14919 - 6 - 1,6 - 4:

Flux cored wire for Thermal Spray application

Bond coat used for ceramics. Corrosion resistant protective coatings with presence of Chlorides and resistance at high temperatures up to about 980°C under aggressive environment. High bond strength, can be machined. Coating thickness from 0,1 mm – 0,25 mm as bond coat beneath ceramics. Made exclusively for arc spraying, but may also sprayed by wire- and high-velocity-wire-flame-spraying.

Applications

Application for components of chemical plants or food industry

Abracut S
alloy=
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products

Chamfering electrode

Electrode for chamfering, grooving and gouging all metals, including stainless steels, cast iron and Cu alloys. Strong blowing characteristic to remove metal with high efficiency, smooth and uniform cut. Surface carburized, therefore remove 0,1mm by grinding if necessary.

Elimination of screws, rivets, welding beads,...

Chamfering of foundry defects or cracks before repair welding.

Chamfering of hardfacing deposits or hardened steels.

Abrafil 625
Nickel alloys
Low & medium alloyed steels
Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.14: ER NiCrMo–3
alloy=alliages_de_nickelalloy=aciers_faiblement_alliealloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.14: ER NiCrMo–3
DIN1736: SG–NiCr–21 Mo 9 Nb
EN 18274: S-NiCr22Mo9Nb Ni6625
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4831

Filler metal used is suitable for joining nickel­chromium­molybdenum nickel alloys and chromium­nickel­molybdenum steels with very high corrosion resistance, such as Sandvik 254 SMO* , Sanicro 63 and corresponding grades. Good resistance to various types of corrosion.

Applications: Cryogenics (9% Ni steels), device under oxidizing or corrosive attacks, aeronautics.

BASE MATERIAL

625

UNS

N06225

DIN

NiCr22Mo9Nb

W. - Nr.

2.4856

825

N08825

NiCr21Mo

2.4858

600

N06600

NiCr15Fe

2.4640

800

N08800

X10 NiCrAITi32 20

1.4876

75

N06075

NiCr20Ti

2.4951

80A

N07080

NiCr20TiAI

2.4952

9%Ni

K81340

X8Ni

1.5662

6%Mo

S31254

-


* 254 SMO is a trademark owned by Outokumpu OY.

FCW V 625
Nickel alloys
AWS A 5.34: ENiCrMo3T1-4
AWS A 5.34M: TNi6625-14 / TNi6625-11
EN ISO 12153: T Ni6625(NiCr22Mo9Nb)
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.34: ENiCrMo3T1-4
AWS A 5.34M: TNi6625-14 / TNi6625-11
EN ISO 12153: T Ni6625(NiCr22Mo9Nb) Cored welding wire
  • Flux cored nickel base wire for gas shielded arc welding
  • Meets the NiCrMo-3 requirements
  • Designed for all-position operability

Applications

FCW V 625 is suitable for welding and cladding nickel-based alloys such as alloy 625 or similar materials.

It is also used for dissimilar welding of nickel based alloys to each other, to alloyed steels or to stainless steels and for joining 6% molybdenum super austenitic steels or 9 % nickel steel.

CSS 309 S
Stainless alloys
AWS A 5.4 : E 309-26
EN ISO 3581: E 23.12 R 160 23 X
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
NF A 81-343: EZ 23.12 R 160 23 X
AWS A 5.4 : E 309-26
BS 2926: 23.12 RMP
EN ISO 3581: E 23.12 R 160 23 X
DIN 8556: E 23.12 MPR 23 160 Stainless electrode with high efficiency

Synthetic electrode with high recovery (160%), rutile-basic coating with a 24%Cr-13%Ni stainless steel type deposit.

Used when a high efficiency is desired. For buffer layers before hardfacing and dissimilar joints (stainless steels to ordinary steel).


Stainless steels :

NF A 35-578 : Z 15 CN 24.13

ASTM/AlSi : 304, 347, 309

DIN 17175 : X 12 CrNi 22.12.

Werkstoff Nr : 1.4828, 1.4311, 1.4712, 1.4742.

UGINE :NS 24, R 27.

+All mild steelsand low alloyed steels in combination with stainless steels.

FCW W G
Heat resistant steels
Tool steels
Hardfacing
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=aciers_pour_outillagealloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_pour_outillage | Tool steels
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe3 Cored wire - Hardfacing

• Tubular wire for gas shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Martensitic alloy used in applications where greater hardness of the weld metal is required up to 500°C

• Outstanding resistance to low stress abrasion with heavy impact and high compressive stresses

APPLICATIONS

• FCW W G is used for surfacing parts subjected to heavy compressive stresses and moderate abrasion or metal-to-metal wear, combined with mechanical and thermal shocks.

• Pre-heat is an essential requirement to prevent hot cracking. The level of preheat is a function of the size and geometry of the component to be hardfaced and its chemical composition. Large build-ups are recommended to be stress-relieved. Avoidexcessive build up thickness (use FCW WLC for rebuilding and FCW W for the cap layer)

Examples Refurbishing of steel mill rolls, crane wheels, hot work extrusion mandrels, crushing hammers, shear knives, pulleys, and winches

Phosbraz M60
Copper-phosphorus alloys
EN ISO 17672: CuP 179
alloy=alliages_cuivre-phosphore
cat=alliages_cuivre-phosphore | Copper-phosphorus alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=nue | Coated
cat=brasures | Brazing
cat=product | Products
cat=brasures | Brazing
EN ISO 17672: CuP 179
DIN 8513: L-Cu P6

Manual brazing: CuP Special Pitting

Alloy with a controlled fluidity, specially made for strong brazing of pitting, pipes and fit up, with large joint gaps.

Its low phosphorus content makes it relatively sluggish. Alloy with self-fluxing properties when joining copper to copper.

It can be used on cuprous alloys (bronze, brass) with our Phosbraz flux.

Rods of Ø 1,5 - 2 - 2,5 - 3 mm, standard length 500 mm. Other dimensions on request. Also available in wire.

Abratig Co6
Hardfacing
AWS A5.21: ERCoCr-A
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.21: ERCoCr-A
EN 14700: S Co2
DIN 8555: WSG-20-GO-40-CTZ

Filler metal cobalt based Stellite Grade 6 kind used for hardfacing of parts subjects to wear or not combined: abrasion and pressure, corrosion of 500°C to 800°C. Retains its hardness up to 600°C.

Abramang S
Hardfacing
Anti abrasion
AWS A5.13: ~ EFeMn-A
alloy=rechargementalloy=anti_abrasion
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
DIN 8555: E7-UM-250-KP
AWS A5.13: ~ EFeMn-A

Electrode highly resistant to impact

Rutile-basic heavy coated electrode (efficiency ~ 120%), destined to surface all pieces subject to high impact. Sometimes used, instead of selectarc 18/8Mn, for 13% Mn-steel assembling (Hadfield steels). Frequently used as cushion layer before hardfacing in case of heavy reclaiming. Allows to build up and then to apply abrasion resistant final layers, 1 or 2, using HBA or HB63. The deposit is austenitic and is exceptionally resistant to impact and wear combined with impact. The addition of Ni and Cr increases the resistance against cracks and abrasion.

General applications: Repairing of used pieces or preventive protection of new pieces used in railway applications ( rails, switches, crossings, tongues) in quarries and mines (crusher jaws, excavator and grab teeth, mill hammers, rock crusher).


Austenitic steels with high Mn:

DIN 17145 et 17155 : X110Mn14

AFNOR : Z120M12

HF 300B
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
DIN 8555: E1-UM-300-P Semi-hard machinable surfacing electrode

Basic coated electrode semi-hard, machinable and tough with approx. 120% recovery for surfacing on equipment parts and tools. Resisting to medium friction and compression - highly resistant to shocks - dense deposit and free of cracks. Soft fusion - low spatters - self releasing slag - nice aspect of the beads.

General applications: For heavy build up and as cushion layer on forging die cavities, mandrels, gear teeth, chains, sprockets, punches, blades, drawing dies.

HF 400S
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
DIN 8555: E1-UM-400 Surfacing electrode

Rutile coated electrode for surfacing of machine and construction parts, as well as of tools made of low-alloyed and cast steels which are mainly stressed by pressure and shock. Electrodes are easy to weld even on small welding equipment with low open arc voltage. Soft flow, almost no spatters, self releasing slag, nice aspect of the weld beads. Sound, crack free deposit, machinable with carbide cutting tools.

General applications: Surfacing of rollers, gear teeth, stamps, hammers, guide rails etc.

FCW S 309H
Stainless alloys
AWS A 5.22: E309T0-4 - E309T0-1
EN ISO 17633-A:: T 22 12 H R M 3 - T 22 12 H R C 3
EN ISO 17633-B: TS309-FB0
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22: E309T0-4 - E309T0-1
EN ISO 17633-A:: T 22 12 H R M 3 - T 22 12 H R C 3
ASME IX Qualification: QW432 F-N° 6 / QW442 A-N° 8
EN ISO 17633-B: TS309-FB0

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• 24% chromium - 13% nickel - high carbon deposit

• Exceptional resistance to moisture pick up

• Attractive bead appearance, automatic slag release, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Can be used out of position

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 309H is suitable for welding similar heat resisting alloys in wrought or cast form, for welding dissimilar metals or for joining steels which are difficult to weld, such as ferritic and martensitic 13% Cr steels.

ABRAFIL 420
Stainless alloys
Hardfacing
AWS A5.9: ER 420
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=rechargement
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
AWS A5.9: ER 420

Stainless steel welding wire

Fil de soudage MIG pour le rechargement sous protection gazeuse de type aciers inoxydables à 13% de chrome élaborés pour résister à la corrosion atmosphérique, d'eau et vapeur.

Abrafil 317
Cold tough steels
Stainless alloys
EN ISO 12072: 19 13 4 L
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
DIN 8556 : SG - X2 CrNiMnMoN 20 16
EN ISO 12072: 19 13 4 L

Filler metal 3,6% Mo bearing used for welding stainless steels type Cr-Ni-Mo. Better resistance to crevice and pitting corrosion than the 316.

Main applications:

Chemical and petrochemical industries, in refineries, in the food industries and for ship building to weld pipes, tanks...


BASE MATERIAL UNS DIN W - Nr.
316 L S31603 X2 CrNiMo 17 13 2 14.404
316 L S31603 X2 CrNiMo 18 14 3 14.435
316 LN S31653 X2 CrNiMo 17 12 2 14.406

Abranel 625
Nickel alloys
AWS A5.11: E NiCrMo-3
EN ISO 14172 : E-Ni6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb)
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
AWS A5.11: E NiCrMo-3
UNS: W86112
EN ISO 14172 : E-Ni6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb)

Nickel base electrode highly corrosion resistant

Basic coated electrode with an alloyed core wire for welding of Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum alloys to themselves and to lower alloyed steels as well as for welding of special austenitic stainless steels. Good weldability in all positions, except vertical down; stable arc, medium slag removal, regular weld beads. Due to its composition the weld metal is highly resistant to corrosion and presents a high yield and a high tensile strength.

Main applications: Welding of Off-shore components, boilers, vessels, piping systems in the chemical and petrochemical industries as well as components of flue gas desulfurizing plants.

Note:”Inconel625” is a registered trade name of Inco Alloys.


UNS

Alloys

DIN

Material N°

K81340

9%Ni

X8Ni9

1.5662

N06625

625

NiCr22Mo9Nb

2.4856

N08825

825

NiCr21Mo

2.4858

N08904

904L

X1NiCrMoCuN25 20 5

1.4539

N08926

254SMo

X1NiCrMoCuN25 20 6

1.4529

FCW M 71Cu
Weathering steels
AWS A 5.28: E70C-G H4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 A Z M M 1 H5
alloy=aciers_patinable
cat=aciers_patinable | Weathering steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.28: E70C-G H4
EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 A Z M M 1 H5

• Seamless copper coated metal cored wire for semi-automatic gas shielded metal arc welding

• Cr-Ni-Cu alloyed

• Single and multipass welding of weathering steels

• HDM guaranteed < 4 ml/ 100g deposited metal on the whole parameter box

• No moisture pick up, excellent wire feeding properties, good weldability and low spatter

APPLICATIONS

Examples

Weathering steels S235J0W, S235J2W, S355J2G1W

COR-TEN A, COR-TEN B, Patinax 37 etc

Abranel 70/30
Cupro-nickel alloys
Hardfacing
Nickel alloys
AWS A5.11: E NiCu-7
EN ISO 14172 : E-Ni4060 NiCu30Mn3Ti
alloy=alliages_cupro_nickelalloy=rechargementalloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_cupro_nickel | Cupro-nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
AWS A5.11: E NiCu-7
UNS: W84190
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4366
EN ISO 14172 : E-Ni4060 NiCu30Mn3Ti

Basic coated NiCu type electrode

Basic coated electrode with a Monel* type Nickel-Copper deposit designated for butt welding and surfacing of Nickel-copper, Copper-Nickel and Copper-Nickel plated steels. Also recommended for dissimilar joining like steels to Nickel-Copper or steel to Copper / Copper-Nickel.

Excellent resistance to stress corrosion in Cl- containing environments.

Main applications: Construction of equipment for the chemical industry and petrochemical industry, naval constructions and installations for sea water desalination.

Note:”Monel” is a registered trade name of Inco Alloys.


UNS

Alloys

DIN

Material N°

C70600

CuNi90/10

CuNi10Fe1Mn

2.0872

C71500

CuNi70/30

CuNi30Mn1Fe

2.0882

N04400

400

NiCu30Fe

2.4360

N05500

K-500

NiCu30Al

2.4375

BF 4.2
alloy=
cat=flux | Flux
cat=product | Products
EN 760: SA AB 1 66 AC H5

Agglomerated Welding Flux

A semi-basic flux suitable for the multi-run and two-run technique using single or multi-wire processes up to 5 wires. The flux exhibits good weldability characteristics over a wide range of welding parameters and is characterized by a low consumption rate.

Excellent slag release and good weld bead performance providing flat welds with low reinforcement are additional features of the flux.

Uniform mechanical properties are obtained in the weld deposits as a result of the constant metallurgical behaviour of the flux and low hydrogen levels. High toughness values down to -20°C and low hardness levels are also achieved in two-run welds.

Abratig AlMg4,5MN
Magnesium alloys
Aluminum alloys
AWS A5.10: ER 5183
EN ISO 18273: AlMg4,5Mn0,7(A)
alloy=alliages_de_magnesiumalloy=alliages_d_aluminium
cat=alliages_de_magnesium | Magnesium alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=alliages_d_aluminium | Aluminum alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.10: ER 5183
DIN 1732: SG-AlMg4,5Mn
EN ISO 18273: AlMg4,5Mn0,7(A)
W. Nr.: 3.3548

Al-Mg filler metal

Joining of Al-Mg-alloys and aluminium-cast alloys.

MetalTec 2300SS
alloy=
cat=resine_epoxydique | Coatings
cat=product | Products
Sprayable "thin-film" single component urethane coating

MetalTec 2300SS is a high performance "thin-film" single component urethane coating. It has been enriched with stainless steel and other proprietary materials for increased structural support, coating durability and chemical resistance. Being a urethane, Metaltec 2300SS possesses excellent resiliency, toughness and flexibility. It offers excellent protection for surfaces exposed to severe weathering environments, moderate abrasion and corrosion from splash, spill and fuming chemicals.

Metaltec 2300SS is an unusual coating. First, it may be applied at temperatures as low as 28OF/ -2OC). Second, it possesses excellent penetrating and wetting properties that allows it to form a tenacious bond to power tool cleaned, rusted carbon steel surfaces when abrasive blasting is not possible. Third, it is fast drying and can be recoated within an hour or two.

USDA accepted for incidental food contact

HF 560HT
Heat resistant steels
Hardfacing
Anti abrasion
Maintenance and repair
alloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperaturealloy=rechargementalloy=anti_abrasionalloy=maintenance_et_reparation
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
DIN 8555: E3-UM-55-ST Basic coated electrode for hot working tools

The weld deposit distinguishes itself by its high hardness, toughness and heat resistance. Therefore the electrode is used for overlay and builds up of machinery parts and tools subject to impact, compression and wear used at operating temperatures up to 550°C.

General applications: For building up hammers, dies, swages, hot shear blades, rollers, extrusion press pistons, valves, etc...


High strength carbon steels and hot working steels:

Material N°

DIN classification

1.2311

40CrMnMo 7

1.2343

X38CrMoV 5 1

1.2344

X40CrMoV 5 1

1.2365

X32CrMoV 3 3

1.2367

X38CrMoV 5 3

1.2606

X37CrMoW 5 1

1.2713

55NiCrMoV 6

1.2714

56NiCrMoV 7


Abrafil Al995
Aluminum alloys
AWS A5.10: ~ ER1100
EN ISO 18273: S Al 1070 (Al99.7)
alloy=alliages_d_aluminium
cat=alliages_d_aluminium | Aluminum alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
AWS A5.10: ~ ER1100
EN ISO 18273: S Al 1070 (Al99.7)

Filler metal used for welding pure aluminium.

Applications: Food industry, boiler, cover, chemical industry

Abratig 600
Feritic and martensitic alloys
Hardfacing
alloy=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiquesalloy=rechargement
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiques | Feritic and martensitic alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
DIN 8555: MSG 6 GZ-60
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4718

Solid wire designed for impact- and stroke-resistant hardfacing. Filler deposit is free of cracks, hard, impact- and abrasion- resistant. In case of hard-to-weld materials preheating or undercoat (buffer layer) is recommended.

Can be used for: crusher wheels, loader buckets parts and a final layer of manganese steels hardfacing.

Structure: martensitic

Abratig 625
Nickel alloys
Low & medium alloyed steels
Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.14: ER NiCrMo–3
alloy=alliages_de_nickelalloy=aciers_faiblement_alliealloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_faiblement_allie | Low & medium alloyed steels
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
AWS A5.14: ER NiCrMo–3
DIN1736: SG–NiCr–21 Mo 9 Nb
EN 18274: S-NiCr22Mo9Nb Ni6625
Werkstoff Nr.: 2.4831

Filler metal used is suitable for joining nickel­chromium­molybdenum nickel alloys and chromium­nickel­molybdenum steels with very high corrosion resistance, such as Sandvik 254 SMO* , Sanicro 63 and corresponding grades. Good resistance to various types of corrosion.

Applications: Cryogenics (9% Ni steels), device under oxidizing or corrosive attacks, aeronautics.

BASE MATERIAL

625

UNS

N06225

DIN

NiCr22Mo9Nb

W. - Nr.

2.4856

825

N08825

NiCr21Mo

2.4858

600

N06600

NiCr15Fe

2.4640

800

N08800

X10 NiCrAITi32 20

1.4876

75

N06075

NiCr20Ti

2.4951

80A

N07080

NiCr20TiAI

2.4952

9%Ni

K81340

X8Ni

1.5662

6%Mo

S31254

-


* 254 SMO is a trademark owned by Outokumpu OY.

CSS 312S
Stainless alloys
Hardfacing
AWS A 5.4: ~ E 312-26
EN ISO 3581-A: E Z 26 9 R 7 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=rechargement
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
EN ISO 3581-A: E Z 26 9 R 7 3
AWS A 5.4: ~ E 312-26 Synthetic electrode for difficult to weld steels

Synthetic electrode with high recovery (160%). With a rutile coating, for overlaying and welding high strength steels with each other and with stainless steels. Also recommended for buffer layers before hardfacing and to weld galvanised steels.

Highly resistant against cracks. Offers soft fusion, very little spatters, self releasing slag.


Low alloyed steels, carbon steels, galvanised steels, high strength steels.
Stainless steels
Tools steels
Austenitic steels with Mn
Screening steels
Spring steels
Armatures and wire lattice for reinforced concrete


FCW Sub 22 9 3 LS
Stainless alloys
Cladding
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC2209
EN ISO 17633-A: T 22 9 3 N L M NO 3
EN ISO 17633-B: TS2209-M NO 0
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=placagealloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=placage | Cladding
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=sous_flux | Sub-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.22 / AWS A 5.22: EC2209
Werkstoff Nr.: 1.4462
EN ISO 17633-A: T 22 9 3 N L M NO 3
EN ISO 17633-B: TS2209-M NO 0
UNS Number: S39209

Cored duplex stainless steel wire for submerged arc welding

 Cored duplex stainless steel wire for submerged arc welding

 22% chromium - 9% nickel - 3% molybdenum - low carbon - nitrogen bearing weld metal

 Attractive bead appearance without residual slag, outstanding slag release even in narrow gaps

 High productivity and enhanced wetting properties compared to matching solid wires

 Mineral additions to the core improve both mechanical characteristics and hot cracking resistance

 Excellent X-ray soundness

 Welds well with submerged arc flux(please consult us)

APPLICATIONS

 Welding wrought, forged or cast duplex stainless steels

 Duplex stainless steel cladding or weld overlay

 Heterogeneous welding between duplex stainless steels and other stainless steels, CMn steels or low alloyed steels

Exemples:


UNS Material number EN Symbol
S31803 1. 4462 X2CrNiMoN 22-5-3
S32205
S32304 1. 4362 X2CrNiN 23 4
S32202
S32003
S32101 1. 4162 X2CrMnNiN 22-5-2
BF 25
alloy=
cat=flux | Flux
cat=product | Products
EN 760: SA AF 2 AC

Agglomerated Welding Flux

Versatile flux for joint welding and surfacing with appropriate solid or flux-cored wire electrodes of stainless CrNi(Mo)-types, mainly austenitic- and DUPLEX-qualities, or Ni-base-alloys. Based on the selected raw-materials the weld deposits achieved with the flux BF 25 are neutral with respect to Mn, Si and other alloying elements such as Cr and Ni. The flux is suitable for SAW of butt and fillet welds, mainly fin-to-tube wall fillet welds, with single and multiple wire processes (for example TWIN-ARC). Smooth weld bead appearance with flat weld interfaces and self deslagging without slag residuals, are other special features of BF 25. Uniform mechanical and chemical property performance make BF 25 flux suitable for many SAW-applications in the stainless and heat-resistant steel fabrication.

Abracrom 904
Stainless alloys
Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.4: E 385-16
EN ISO 3581-A: E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 1 2
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
AWS A 5.4: E 385-16
DIN 8556: E 20.25 5 LCuR26
EN ISO 3581-A: E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 1 2

Stainless electrode highly corrosion resistant

Rutile-basic coated electrode for welding fully austenitic highly corrosion resistant stainless steels as 904L, B6. Good weldability in all positions, except vertical down, stable arc, good slag removal, regular finely rippled weld beads. Due to its alloy composition, high Mo-content and Cu, the weld metal is suited against attacks by phosphoric- and sulfuric acids, it shows a high resistance against pitting and stress corrosion in chloride containing media. It is used at operation temperatures up to 400°C.

Main applications:

Pulp and paper industry, transport containers, installations of the chemical industry.


UNS

Alloys

EN

Material N°

CLI

S31703

317 L

X2CrNiMo 18-15-4

1.4438

317 LNM

X2CrNiMoN 17-13-5

1.4439

G-X7NiCrMoCuNb 25-20

1.4500

X5CrNiMoCuTi 20-18

1.4506

N08904

904L

X1NiCrMoCu 25-20-5

1.4539

URB6(N)

Abracut SP
alloy=
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products

Cutting electrode

Electrode for cutting and piercing of all industrial metals and alloys including stainless steels, cast iron and Cu alloys. Strong blowing characteristic to remove metal with high efficiency. Smooth and uniform cut.

The surface will be carbureted, remove 0,1mm by grinding if necessary.

Piercing of holes, elimination of screws, …

FCW Sub 312
Stainless alloys
ASME IIC SFA 5.9 / AWS A 5.9: EC312
EN ISO 17633-A: T 29 9 M M 1
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
ASME IIC SFA 5.9 / AWS A 5.9: EC312
EN ISO 17633-A: T 29 9 M M 1

Metal cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

•Metal cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

•29% chromium - 9% nickel deposit

•Enhanced productivity, improved weldability, better wetting properties compared to solid wires

•Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

Its high alloy content and high ferrite ratio allow FCW Sub 312 to benefit from extreme tolerance to hot cracking and to dilution with a wide range of base materials. Preheat can often be avoided or minimised. The weld deposit workhardens and gives good wear and friction resistance.

Examples:

•Welding stainless steels of similar composition or ferritic stainless steels.

•Joining stainless steels to mild and low-alloyed steels.

•Buffer layers before hardsurfacing.

•Maintenance on « hard-to-weld steels ».

•Welding high carbon hardenable steels, of known or unknown composition and generally most of steels subject to cracking such as tool steels, manganese steels, spring steels and high-speed steels.

WP 380
alloy=
cat=flux | Flux
cat=product | Products
EN 760 (stainless steels): SF CS 2 DC
EN 760 (low alloy steels): SF CS 1 63 DC

Fused Welding Flux

Specially designed for welding austenitic stainless steels WP 380 is also suitable for welding both low-alloy steels for use at elevated temperatures as well as the combination with austenitic stainless steels. As a result of the semi-basic flux characteristics crackfree welds are obtained for most grades of stainless steels welded with the corresponding wire electrodes. The metallurgical behaviour of the flux is neutral (C-neutral, low Si pick-up and low Mn burn-out) without Cr compensation. It is suitable for welding on DC and AC using single or multi-wire processes and produces smooth weld beads free of slag residuals with flat weld interfaces even in narrow gaps and on preheated work pieces.

FCW CNV
Hardfacing
Anti abrasion
alloy=rechargementalloy=anti_abrasion
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
EN 14700: T Fe16

Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Tubular wire for self shielded metal arc hardfacing

• Highly-alloyed chromium cast iron with a high concentration of complex carbides

• High chromium cast iron for hardfacing components subject to extremely severe abrasive wear and moderate impact up to 600°C.

APPLICATIONS

FCW CNV is designed to give a weld deposit of particularly high hardness and wear resistance on account of the dispersion of complex carbides it contains. This gives superior performance compared to standard chromium cast irons. The properties are reached in only three layers and relief checking is normal.

Examples

Used for crushing, riddling, blast furnace hoppers and throats, ovens, extractor fans etc.

Phosbraz E80+
Copper-phosphorus alloys
EN ISO 17672: CuP 182
alloy=alliages_cuivre-phosphore
cat=alliages_cuivre-phosphore | Copper-phosphorus alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=nue | Coated
cat=brasures | Brazing
cat=product | Products
cat=brasures | Brazing
EN ISO 17672: CuP 182
DIN 8513: L-Cu P8

Manual brazing: High Fluidity CuP

The higher phosphorus ratio and the higher fluidity.

This alloy with an excellent fluidity has a low melting range. It is recommended when brazing spare parts requires high capillarity. Specially indicated for capillary brazing of miscellaneous tubes and connections with narrow gaps or joints with tight fit-up.

It can also be used on cuprous alloys (bronze, brass) with our Phosbraz flux.

As all CuP, it is self-fluxing on red coppers.

Rods of Ø 1,5 - 2 - 2,5 - 3 mm, standard length 500 mm. Other dimensions on request. Also available in wire.

FCW NiFe
Hardfacing
Nickel alloys
Maintenance and repair
Cast iron
EN ISO 1071: T C NiFe-2
alloy=rechargementalloy=alliages_de_nickelalloy=maintenance_et_reparationalloy=fonte
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=maintenance_et_reparation | Maintenance and repair
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=fonte | Cast iron
EN ISO 1071: T C NiFe-2

• Metal cored wire for semi-automatic gas shielded metal arc welding

• Designed for welding grey, malleable, nodular and phosphorous cast iron

• Welding of highly restrained or thick walled pieces

• Preheat is not necessary. Heat input is low which favours limited H.A.Z.

APPLICATIONS

• Joining and surfacing highly restrained spheroidal graphite cast iron, grey cast iron and malleable cast iron pieces. Also used for dissimilar welds between cast iron and steel.

Casings for pumps and valves, frames, machining errors on castings, crushers, gear housing etc.

Examples

Lamellar grey cast irons - DIN 1691 - GG 10 to GG 40

Malleable cast irons - DIN 1692 - GTS 35 to GTS 64, GTW 35 to GTW 65

Nodular cast irons - DIN 1693 - GGG 40 to GGG 70

FCW S 308L
Stainless alloys
AWS A 5.22:: E308LT0-4 - E308LT0-1
EN ISO 17633-A:: T 19 9 L R M 3 - T 19 9 L R C 3
EN ISO 17633-B: TS308L-FB0
alloy=alliages_inoxydables
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.22:: E308LT0-4 - E308LT0-1
EN ISO 17633-A:: T 19 9 L R M 3 - T 19 9 L R C 3
EN ISO 17633-B: TS308L-FB0
ASME IX Qualification: QW432 F-N° 6 / QW442 A-N° 8

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded arc welding

• 19% chromium - 9% nickel - low carbon deposit

• Exceptional resistance to moisture pick up

• Attractive bead appearance, automatic slag release, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 308L is suitable for welding stainless steels with an alloy content between 16 to 21% Cr and 8 to 13% Ni, stabilised or not. Service temperatures are typically -196°C to about 400°C.

WP 280
alloy=
cat=flux | Flux
cat=product | Products
EN 760: SF CS 1 65 AC H5

Fused Welding Flux

Glassy fused Calcium-Silicate flux with almost neutral slag behaviour for a wide field of applications. Base don the metallurgical slag-reactions (Si low pick-up, Mn neutral) and the low diffusible H2-potential WP 280 is suitable for single- and multiwire SA-welding of mild and low alloyed steels up to 420 N/mm² yield strength, for boiler- and vessel constructions, also in annealed conditions, together with appropriate wire electrodes such as EM12K/EH14, EA2/EA3, EB2, (S CrMo1). Finely rippled weld surface with smooth tie-ins are special characteristics as well as good slag-detachability when welding in narrow gap or preheated workpiece.

MS 45
Unalloyed steels
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
alloy=aciers_non_allies
cat=electrodes_enrobees | Welding electrodes
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_non_allies | Unalloyed steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
NFA 81-309: E 513/2 RR 22
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
BS 619: E 5132 RR 22
EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
DIN 1913: E 5132 RR 6 Rutile electrode nice appearance

Heavily coated electrode for general use. Especially recommended for downhand welding, fillet welds and vertical up position.

Soft arc, few spatters, self lifting slag, excellent bead appearance - currently used for mechanical welding constructions, shipbuilding, locksmithing, boilermaking, ...


Construction steels for general use :

NF A 35-501 : A33.A34-2.E24-2, 3. E28-2, 3. E30-2, 3. A50-2*.

DIN 17100 : St33-1.St37-2, 3.St44-2, 3*. St50-2*.

ASTM : A283grB, C, D. A570gr30,33,40.

Tube steels :

DIN 17172, 17175, 1629 : StE 210-7 ; 240-7 ; 290-7 ; 320-7 ; St35 ; St35-4, 8 ; St45 ; St45-4, 8.

API SPEC 5L : X42, X46, X52.

Ship steels : Quality A and B.

Steels for boilers and pressure vessels :

NF A 36-205 : A37CP, A42CP, A48CP.

DIN 17155 : HI, HII, HIII, 17Mn 4.

ASTM : A414grC, D, E, F. A442gr55, 60. A514grC, D, E, F. A515gr55, 60, 65, 70. A285grC.

(*)with eventual pre- and post weld heat treatment in the case of heavy thickness.

FCW M Mo
Cold tough steels
Heat resistant steels
AWS A 5.28: E80C-G H4
EN ISO 17634-A: T Mo M M 1 H5
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.28: E80C-G H4
EN ISO 17634-A: T Mo M M 1 H5
ASME IX Qualification: QW-432 F-N° 6 / QW-442 A-N° 2

• Seamless high fill copper coated metal cored wire for gas metal arc welding

• Single and multiple pass welding of high strength and matching creep resisting steels

• Optimal productivity by combining advantages of both seamless and seamed tubular wires

• HDM guaranteed < 4 ml/ 100g deposited metal on the whole parameter box

• No moisture pick up, excellent wire feeding properties, good weldability and low spatter

• Service temperatures from -40°C up to 500°C

APPLICATIONS

FCW M Mo is designed for welding creep resisting steels of similar composition and high strength steels

Examples

Creep resisting steel EN 10028-2 P235GH to P355GH, 16Mo3

Creep resisting steel ASTM A336F1, A204 A, B & C
Fine-grained steels EN 10028-3 P275N to P355N
Fine-grained steels EN 10113 S275N to S355N
Fine-grained steels ASTM A335P1, A209 and A250T1
Cast steels ASTM A217WC1, A352LC1, GS-22Mo4
Cast steels ISO/TR 15608: Groups 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1 and 3.1
Abrafil 25.10.4L
Duplex & Super Duplex steels
Austenitic steels
AWS A5.9: ER2594
alloy=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplexalloy=aciers_austenitique
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=aciers_duplex_et_super_duplex | Duplex & Super Duplex steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=mig | GMAW - MIG
cat=aciers_austenitique | Austenitic steels
AWS A5.9: ER2594
DIN 8556 : G X2 CrNiMoN 25 10
EN 12072 : G 25 94 L / W 25 94 N L

MIG super duplex

Low carbon filler metal used for “Super Duplex” welding steels (austenitic-ferritic).

Resistant to severe corrosive environments (inter crystalline attack, pitting corrosion, crevice, and stress corrosion)

Applications: Pumps, vessels, pumping systems attacked by chloride containing solutions (sea water)


BASE MATERIAL

UNS

DIN

W.-Nr

2507

S32750

G - X2 CrNiMoN25 7 3

1.4469

-

-

G - X3 CrNiMoN26 6 3

1.4468

329 LN

S31803

X2 CrNiMoN22 5 3

1.4462

-

-

X4 CrNiMoNb25 7

1.4582

-

-

G - X6 CrNiMo24 8 2

1.4463

-

-

G - X8 CrNi26 7

1.4347

100

S32760

X2 CrNiMoCuW25 7 3

-

52 N +

S32550

-

-

FCW M NiMo
Cold tough steels
High strength steels
AWS A 5.28: E90C-G H4
EN ISO 18276-A: T 55 5 Z M M 1 H5
EN ISO 18276-B: T 55 5 1.5NiMo M M 1 H5 EN ISO 18276-B T625T15-1MA-N3M2-UH5
alloy=aciers_tenace_a_froidalloy=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastique
cat=aciers_tenace_a_froid | Cold tough steels
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=aciers_a_haute_limite_elastique | High strength steels
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
AWS A 5.28: E90C-G H4
EN ISO 18276-A: T 55 5 Z M M 1 H5
EN ISO 18276-B: T 55 5 1.5NiMo M M 1 H5 EN ISO 18276-B T625T15-1MA-N3M2-UH5
ASME IX Qualification: QW-432 F-N° 6/ QW-442 A-N° 10

• Seamless high fill copper coated metal-cored tubular wire for semi automatic gas shielded arc welding

• Single and multipass welding of high yield strength steels

• Optimal productivity by combining advantages of both seamless and seamed tubular wires

• HDM guaranteed < 4 ml/ 100g deposited metal on the whole parameter box

• No moisture pick up, excellent wire feeding properties, good weldability and low spatter

• Unique mechanical properties

APPLICATIONS

Fine-grained, cold tough (down to -50°C) and high yield strength steels (up to 550 MPa)

Examples

Fine grained steels EN 10137 S460 to S550Q, QL and MC

Fine grained steels EN 10113 S460N, NL, M and ML

Pipe steels EN 10208 L445MB to L550MB

Pipe steels ISO/TR 15608: Groups 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2 and 3.1

FCW B P91
EN ISO 17634-B: T69T5-0G-9C1MV-H5
alloy=
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA-5.29: E90T5-G H4
EN ISO 17634-B: T69T5-0G-9C1MV-H5

• Seamless cored copper coated tubular wire for gas shielded flux cored arc welding

• 9Cr-1Mo deposit modified with niobium and vanadium additions

• Tightly controlled weld metal chemistry provides strength, toughness, fatigue life, oxidation resistance and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures

• Enhanced productivity, improved weldability, better wetting properties compared to solid wires

• Excellent weld metal quality and X-ray soundness

• HDM < 4ml/100g deposited metal on the whole parameter box

APPLICATIONS

FCW B P91 is designed to weld to weld 9CrMo modified creep resisting steels (P91/T91) with small additions of niobium, vanadium and nitrogen to give improved long term creep properties

Abratig NiCu7
Cupro-nickel alloys
alloy=alliages_cupro_nickel
cat=up | UP
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=product | Products
cat=fils_massifs | Solid wires
cat=alliages_cupro_nickel | Cupro-nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=tig | TIG - GTAW
ASME IIC SFA 5.14: ER NiCu – 7
DIN 1736: SG NiCu30MnTi

Filler metal used for welding and hardfacing Copper-Nickel alloys and Copper-Nickel plated steels such as Alloy 400, CuNi 90/10, CuNi 70/30, NiCu30Fr (2.4360) . Also used for dissimilar welding of above mentioned grades with carbon steels

Applications: Chemicals, petrochemicals, shipbuilding desalination unit.


BASE MATERIAL

UNS

DIN

W. –Nr.

400

N04400

NiCu30Fe

2.4360

-

-

LC – NiCu30Fe

2.4361

-

-

G – NiCu30Fe

2.4365

K 500

No5500

NiCu30Al

2.4375

-

-

NiCu14FeMo

2.4400

FCW 414N-G
Hardfacing
alloy=rechargement
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe7 CZ
DIN 8555: MSG 5 GF 45 CZ

Tubular wire for Gas shielding arc cladding steel mill rolls

Tubular wire for Gas shielding arc cladding steel mill rolls.

Nitrogen-containing 13% Cr martensitic stainless steel weld deposit optimised for corrosion resistance.

The alloy has high hardness and excellent wear and galling resistance.

Ferritic-martensitic stainless steel weld deposit with excellent resistance to thermal fatigue.

Applications

Extensively used as a cladding alloy for rebuilding various steel mill rolls subject to repetitive thermal stresses, corrosion and metal-to-metal wear.
Typical applications include cladding of continuous caster rolls and certain rolls used in hot rolling applications, steam turbine components, valve seats, valve gates, valve wedges, safety valves etc...

FCW S 309HT
Stainless alloys
Heat resistant steels
EN ISO 17633-A:: T Z 22 10 N H R M 3 – T Z 22 10 N H R C 3
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=aciers_resistant_a_haute_temperature | Heat resistant steels
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN ISO 17633-A:: T Z 22 10 N H R M 3 – T Z 22 10 N H R C 3

• Rutile flux cored stainless steel wire for gas shielded metal arc welding

• Specially designed for heat resisting applications

• Attractive bead appearance, very good penetration and high productivity

• Excellent X-ray soundness

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Can be used out of position

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures or CO2

APPLICATIONS

FCW S 309HT weld metal has a scaling temperature beyond 1000°C. The controlled carbon and ferrite levels improve microstructural stability and high temperature strength compared to the 309(L) types whereas the lower nickel content provides better resistance against sulphur attack than the 310 grade.

FCW 430O
Stainless alloys
Hardfacing
alloy=alliages_inoxydablesalloy=rechargement
cat=alliages_inoxydables | Stainless alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=rechargement | Hardfacing
cat=sans_gaz | Gas-shielded
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
EN 14700: T Fe7

Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc cladding of steel mill rolls

• Tubular wire for self-shielded metal arc cladding of steel mill rolls

• Designed to produce a weld metal chemistry in one layer similar to FCW 414S all weld metal chemical composition

APPLICATIONS

• Used for corrosion and wear resistant surfacing applications

• Good high temperature corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance up to 900°C

• Suitable for use in presence of sulphurous gas

• Sub-layer before hardfacing with 13 % chromium martensitic alloys

BF 1
ISO 14174: S A AR 1 76 AC H5
alloy=
cat=flux | Flux
cat=product | Products
EN 760: SA AR 1 76 AC
ISO 14174: S A AR 1 76 AC H5

Agglomerated Welding Flux

Designed for all SAW-processes and welding of ordinary carbon-manganese, low alloy structural and boiler quality steels with a yield strength up to 355N/mm² (t<25 mm) in combination with wire grades S1, S2, S2Mo and S CrMo1.

The flux is suitable for high speed welding (up to 2m/min.) and provides very good weld bead appearance and excellent slag release even with small angle preparation and fillet welds.

The chemical nature of BF 1 flux provides high resistance to cracking on single pass applications. Additional features are resistance to porosity when welding rusty plates, heavy scale or other contaminations of plate surfaces (e.g. special primer-coatings) and low sensitivity towards arc blow.

FCW 825
Nickel alloys
ASME IIC SFA 5.14 / AWS A 5.14: ERNiFeCr-11
EN ISO 18274: S Ni 8065 (NiFe30Cr21Mo3)2
alloy=alliages_de_nickel
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_de_nickel | Nickel alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
ASME IIC SFA 5.14 / AWS A 5.14: ERNiFeCr-11
EN ISO 18274: S Ni 8065 (NiFe30Cr21Mo3)2

Basic flux cored stainless steel wire, with high-alloy strip for gas shielded metal arc welding

• Basic flux cored stainless steel wire, with high-alloy strip for gas shielded metal arc welding

• Fully austenitic Cr-Ni-Mo-Cu weld metal

• Exclusive slag system and fine tuning of the compositional balance increase resistance against cracking

• Deposit is resistant against stress corrosion cracking, crevice corrosion, pitting corrosion and intergranular corrosion

• Maximum performances in the horizontal and downhand positions

• Welded with classical economical Ar-CO2 mixtures

APPLICATIONS

• Cladding alloy 825

• Welding stainless steels of similar composition or joining leaner austenitic stainless steels

Examples:


AISI

UNS

ENSymbol

W.Nr.

G-X7 NiCrMoCuNb 25 20

1.4500

X5 NiCrMoCuNb 20 18

1.4505

X5 NiCrMoCuTi 20 18

1.4506

904L

N08904

X2 NiCrMoCu 25 20 5

1.4539

28

N08028

X1 NiCrMoCu 31 27

1.4563

825

N08825

NiCr21Mo

2.4858

FCW K650
Feritic and martensitic alloys
Anti abrasion
alloy=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiquesalloy=anti_abrasion
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
cat=product | Products
cat=alliages_ferritiques_et_martensitiques | Feritic and martensitic alloys
cat=alloy | Alloys
cat=anti_abrasion | Anti abrasion
cat=avec_gaz | Open-arc
cat=fils_fourres | Flux-cored wires
DIN 8555: MSG 3-GF-60-GPZ

Seamless high fill copper coated tubular wire for semi-automatic gas shielded hardfacing

•Seamless high fill copper coated tubular wire for semi-automatic gas shielded hardfacing

•Unique welder appeal

•Deposition rate increased by