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AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6013

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 35 A R 12

Preferably used for welding light-gauge sheet metal. Suitable for all position except vertical-down. In fillet welds, electrode can be welded with tip lightly dragging on the work. Has excellent bead appearence, easy arc striking and re-striking, easy slag removal, silent and balanced arc. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6012

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 0 RC 11

Especially suitable for welding in sheets thinner then 5 mm, galvanized sheets and tubes, primer painted, painted and slightly rusty steels and in production of tanks and boilers, tube installations. Very easily operated in positional welding, including vertically-down. Good gap-bridging even at wide root openings. Smooth arc, well suited for tack-welding due to its easy arc striking and re-striking properties. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC. Welds are smooth and blending into base metal without undercutting.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6013

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 0 RC 11

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 0 RC 11

Especially suitable for welding in sheets thinner then 5 mm, galvanized sheets and tubes, primer painted, painted and slightly rusty steels and in production of tanks and boilers, tube installations. Very easily operated in positional welding, including vertically-down. Good gap-bridging. Smooth arc, well suited for tack-welding due to its easy arc striking and re-striking properties. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC. Welds are smooth, slightly concave and blending into base metal without undercutting. Slag is self-releasing. 

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6013

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 0 RR 12

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 0 RR 12

Suitable for joining and repair welding of light steel fabrications, iron works, wrougth iron works, agricultural machines, boiler, chassis of vechiles. Suitable for all position except vertical-down. Particularly suited for the welding of horizontal fillets. Very smooth weld bead appearance, with easy arc striking and re-striking properties, quite and stable arc with fine-droplet metal transfer. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC. Slag is completely self-releasing.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7014

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 0 RR 12

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 0 RR 12

Preferably used in mild steel fabrication, sheet metal and ornamental iron works on poor fitup joints. Due to its iron powder addition in covering, particularly suited for the welding of horizontal fillets grooves with higher speed. Suitable for all position welding except vertical-down. High current carrying capacity, low spatter. Quite, stable arc characteristics with fine and fast droplet metal transfer. Very easy arc striking and re-striking. Very smooth welds blending into base metal without undercuts. Slag is completely self-releasing. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6013

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 A RR 12

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 A RR 12

Rutile type heavy coated electrode which is especially used in fabrication and repair welds of molten zinc bath made of Armco iron and very low carbon steels. Weld metal ensures high crack resistance against the effect of molten zinc. Possible to use equally well both with AC and DC.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6013

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 2 RB 12

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 2 RB 12

Rutile-basic type coated electrode, particularly suitable for welding root passes and positional welding in fabrication of pipes, boilers and tanks. Also suitable for depositing backing-up beads in submarged arc welding. Owing to its low Si-content, weld metal is suited for subsequent galvanizing and enamelling.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7016

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 B 32 H10

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 B 32 H10

Suitable for repair welding on difficult to weld steels and repair welding of steel with unknown composition. Heavy coated basic electrode produce high tensile strenght weld metal with excellent toughness values makes this electrode suitable for welding restrained structural members and large weld cross sections. Also preferred for buffer layer applications on steels before hardfacing and for welding of cast irons with high preheat.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7016 H8

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 4 B 12 H10

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 4 B 12 H10

Multi-purpose electrode for assembly work, workshop and maintenance welding. Particularly used for repair welding of earthmoving equipment booms and approved for rail joint welding. Suitable for root passes as well as positional welding. Owing to its double covering, electrode has a stable and concentrated arc. Smooth and clean welds, merging into base metal without undercuts. Good gap bridging properties. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7016 H8

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 2 B 12 H10

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 2 B 12 H10

Suitable for fabrication and repair welding of dynamically loaded steel constructions, machines and agricultural equipments, workshop and maintenence welding. Smooth and clean welds, blending into base metal without undercuts. Excellent gap bridging properties. The double covering of this electrode produces a stable, concentrated and directed arc, thus being ideally suited for root pass and positional welding and is suited for AC welding. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7018 H8

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 B 42 H10

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 B 42 H10

Suitable for welding fabrication of dynamically loaded steel contructions, bridge, shipbuilding, pipe-line, pressure vessels, tanks, boiler and machines where high tougness is required. Weld metal recovery is appx. 115 %. Smooth and clean welds merging into base metal without undercuts. Good gap bridging properties. Welds are of X-ray quality. It is suited for depositing buffer layers on higher carbon steels.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7018 H8

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 B 42 H5

Suitable for welding fabrication of dynamically loaded heavy steel constructions, bridge, shipbuilding, pipe line, pressure vessels, tanks, boiler and machines where mechanical properties are required. Weld metal exhibits good toughness properties down to -60°C and produce tough and crack-free welded joints even on steels having a carbon content of up to 0.4%. Weld metal recovery amounts to approx. 120%. Welds are of X-ray quality. Electrode is suitable for depositing buffer layers on higher carbon steels.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7018-1 H4R

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 6 B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 6 B 42 H5

CSA W48-14

E4918-1-H4

Suitable for welding of steel constructions, bridge, dam, thermal power plants, petrochemical insdustry, shipbuilding, high strenght pipe-lines, pressure vessels, tanks, which are dynamically loaded and require high mechanical properties. The weld metal has a very low hydrogen content and is resistant to ageing. Produces tough and crack-free welded joints, also suite for welding steels having a carbon content of up to 0.6 % and rail joints. Good operating characteristic, also in root pass and positional welding. Very good gap bridging properties. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7024

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 A RR 73

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 A RR 73

Suitable for welding of large sections and fillets in shipbuilding with it's 165% recovery. Produces very smooth, concave and clean welds, merging into base metal without undercuts. Suitable for welding prepainted plates. Easy arc striking and restriking. Slag is self-relesing in most cases.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7028 H8

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 5 B 73 H10

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 5 B 73 H10

Heavy coated, basic type high efficiency electrode having a weld metal recovery of appx. 165%.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E7024

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 A RR 73

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 38 A RR 73

Heavy coated, rutile type high-efficiency electrode having a weld metal recovery of approx. 180 %. It is suited to produce long fillet welds and economically filling-up large weld sections especially in shipbuilding. Suitable to use in pre-painted plates. Relatively low current intensities and short burn-off times. Easy arc striking and restriking.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6011

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 35 2 C 21

Medium coated, celllulosic electrode, espacially designed for use in AC as well as DC. Due to its high penetration, it is suitable for root pass and fill passes in vertical down direction. Used in shipbuilding, strorage vessels, boilers, pipeline constructions, assembly and repair works in mild steels, steel casting, galvanized sheets and machinery parts. AC or DCEN (-) is ideal in root passes and AC or DCEP (+) is recommended for fill and cap passes in vertical down direction.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.1

E6010

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 2 C 21

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 2 C 21

Medium coated, cellulosic electrode, especially designed for welding of pipes and plates in all positions at low welding currents. Due to its high penetration, particularly suitable for root pass and fill passes in vertical down direction. Used in pipe-line construction, shipbuilding, storage vessels and assembly works. DCEN (-) is ideal in root passes and DCEP (+) is recommended for fill and cap passes in vertical down position.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E7010-G

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 2 C 21

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 2 C 21

Medium coated and Ni (nickel) alloyed cellulosic type electrode, suitable for welding high strength steels, micro alloyd and low alloyed steels and pipes. Due to its high penetration, it is suitable for root pass and fill passes in the vertical down direction. Well-suited for welding high strength unalloyed and low alloy steels in shipbuilding, storage vessels, boilers, pipe-line constructions and assembly works. DCEN (-) is ideal in root passes and DCEP (+) is recommended for fill and cap passes in vertical down position.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8010-G

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 1Ni C 21

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 3 1Ni C 21

Medium coated and Ni (nickel) alloyed cellulosic type electrode for welding high strength and low alloyed steels. Due to its high penetration, it is suitable for root pass and fill passes in vertical down direction for use in pipe-line construction, shipbuilding, storage vessels and assembly works. DCEN (-) is ideal in root passes DCEP (+) is recommended for fill and cap passes in vertical down position.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8018-B2 H4R

EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo1 B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo1 B 42 H5

Basic type, coated electrode for welding creep resistant steels employed in the fabrication of pressure vessels, boilers and pipes, subjected to operating temperatures of up to +570°C. Welds are of X-ray quality. Generally preferred in thick sections an where high mechanical properties and X-ray quality are necessary. Preheating interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment shall be done according to base metal used.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E7018-G H4R

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 4 Z B 42

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 42 4 Z B 42

Basic coated electrode, designed to resist to atmospheric corrosion and to provide high charpy impact energy down to -40°C. Suitable for welding steel constructions like bridge, off-shore platforms which are made of weathering steels and thick sections of them. Especially 2,50 mm and 3,25 mm diameter well suited for positional welding. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8018-C3

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 46 6 1Ni B 42

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 46 6 1Ni B 42

Heavy coated basic type electrode, suitable for welding steel constructions, off-shore platforms, bridge, machinery, production and in their root pass applications where low high strength steels and fine grained structural steels used. Weld metal is high crack resistance under difficult operating conditions such as dynamic loads and especially low enviromental temperatures.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8018-W2

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 50 6 Z 1Ni B 42

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 50 6 Z 1Ni B 42

Heavy coated basic type electrode, designed for welding weathering steels, like COR-TEN steels, high strength steels, particularly copper containing steels which are resistant to atmospheric corrosion. Due to its high crack resistance under difficult operating conditions such as dynamic loads, high and low enviromental temperatures, suitable to use in fabrication of steel constructions like bridge, stadium, off-shore platforms. Easy to use in root and fill passes. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8018-G H4

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 42 H5

Heavy coated basic type electrode, designed for welding weathering steels, like COR-TEN steels, high strength steels, particularly copper containing steels which are resistant to atmospheric corrosion. Due to its high crack resistance under difficult operating conditions such as dynamic loads, high and low enviromental temperatures, suitable to use in fabrication of steel constructions like bridge, stadium, off-shore platforms. Easy to use in root and fill passes. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E9018-G H4R

EN ISO 18275 - A

E 55 5 Mn1NiMo B T 42 H5

TS EN ISO 18275 - A

E 55 5 Mn1NiMo B T 42 H5

Heavy coated basic type electrode for welding low alloy steels, fine grained structural steels, creep resistant steels and high strength steel pipes. Provides high crack resistance under difficult conditions such as dynamic loads, impact, pressure, vibration and service temperatures between -60°C and +450°C. Weld deposit is of extremely high metallurgical purity and very low hydrogen content. Well-suited for positional welding makes it suitable for welding and repair jobs up to X65 oil and gas pipes. Especially 2,50 mm and 3,25 mm diameter well suited for easy positional welding. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E9018-G H4

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 42 H5

Heavy coated basic type electrode for welding low alloy high strength steels, fine grained structural steels and high strength steel pipes. Provides high crack resistance under difficult conditions such as dynamic loads, impact, pressure, vibration and service temperatures between -60°C and +450°C. Weld deposit is of a extremely high metallurgical purity and very low hydrogen content. Electrode features a stable and concentrated arc, rendering it well-suited fore positional welding. Suitable for welding and repair jobs up to X70 oil and gas pipes. Weld are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8018-C1 H4

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 46 6 2Ni B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 46 6 2Ni B 42 H5

Heavy coated basic type electrode for welding fine grained structural steels and especially cryogenic steels, subjected to low service temperatures up to -80°C. Electrode produces tough and crack-free welded joints. Weld deposit is of extremely high metallurgical purity and very low hydrogen content. Owing to high crack resistance under difficult conditions such as dynamic loads, impact, vibration and low service temperatures, it is suitable for use in welding of storage tanks and piping. Electrode features a stable and concentrated arc. Especially 2,50 mm and 3,25 mm diameters are well-suited for positional welding. Welds are X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8018-C2

EN ISO 2560 - A

E 46 6 3Ni B 42

TS EN ISO 2560 - A

E 46 6 3Ni B 42

Heavy coated basic type electrode for welding fine grained structural steels and especially cryogenic steels. Electrode produces tough and crack-free welded joints. Weld deposit is of extremely high metallurgical purity and very low hydrogen content. Owing to high crack resistance under difficult conditions such as dynamic loads and low service temperatures up to -150°C. It is suitable for use in welding of storage tanks and piping which are subjected to low temperatures. Electrode features a stable and concentrated arc. Especially 2,50 mm and 3,25 mm diameters are well-suited for positional welding. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E10018-G H4

EN ISO 18275 - A

E 69 4 Mn2NiCrMo B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 18275 - A

E 69 4 Mn2NiCrMo B 42 H5

Heavy coated basic type electrode for welding fine grained structural steels which have yield strength up to 690N/mm², e.g. WELDOX700 and etc. Suitable fore welding high strength steels used in fabrication of cranes, earthmoving and similar heavy construction equipments. Weld deposit is of extremely high metallurgical purity and very low hydrogen content. Electrode features a stable and concentrated arc. Especially 2,50 mm and 3,25 mm diameter well suited for easy positional welding. Welds are of X-ray quality. If normalizing is required after welding, EM 176 should be used. Producing tough and crack-free welded joints.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E9018-G

EN ISO 18275 - A

E 62 6 Mn2NiMo B 42

TS EN ISO 18275 - A

E 62 6 Mn2NiMo B 42

Heavy coated basic type electrode for welding fine grained and low ally steels which will be subsequently normalized or normalized + tempered after welding. Weld deposit is tough and crack-free and has a low hydrogen content. Especially 2,50 mm and 3,25 mm diameters well duited for easy positional welding. Welds are of X-ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E11018-G H4

EN ISO 18275 - A

E 69 6 Mn2NiCrMo B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 18275 - A

E 69 6 Mn2NiCrMo B 42 H5

Heavy coated basic type electrode for welding fine grained and high strength structural steels which have yield strength up to 690N/mm² (e.g. WELDOX700) and tensile strength to 850N/mm². Suitable for welding high strength steels used in fabrications of crane, earthmoving equipment, heavy machinery parts. Due to its high toughness, crack resistance even under difficult operating conditions such as dynamic loads, high and low envriomental temperatures, it is suitable for use is steel constructions, pressure vessels, tanks, boilers and special fabrications and in their root pass applications with safely. Weld deposit is of extremely high metallurgical purity and very low hydrogen content. The electrode features a stable and concentrated arc. Especially 2,50 mm and 3,25 mm diameters well suited for easy positional welding. Welds are of ray quality.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8013-G

EN ISO 3580 - A

E Mo R 12

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

E Mo R 12

Rutile type, coated electrode for welding creep resistant steels employed in the construction of pressure vessels, boilers and pipes, subjected to operating temperatures of up to +500°C. Due to its rutile covering, also possible to work in alternatig current (AC). Easy arc striking and re-striking. Very smooth and clean welds, blending into base without undercuts. Preheating, interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment shall be done according to base metal used.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E7018-A1 H8

EN ISO 3580 - A

E Mo B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

E Mo B 42 H5

Basic type electrode for welding creep resistant steels employed in the fabrication of pressure vessels, boilers and pipes, subjected to operating temperatures of up to +500°C. Welds are of X-ray quality. Preheating, interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment shall be done according to base metal used.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8013-G

EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo1 R 12

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo1 R 12

Rutile type, coated electrode for welding creep resistant steels employed in the fabrication of pressure vessels, boilers and pipes, subjected to operating temperatures of up to +570°C. Due to its rutile covering, also possible to work in alternatig current (AC). Easy arc striking and restriking. Very smooth welds, blending into base metal without undercuts. For thick sections basic covered EM 212 shall be preferred. Preheating, interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment shall be done according to base metal used.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E9018-B3

EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo2 B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo2 B 42 H5

Basic type heavy coated electrode for welding creep resistant and high pressure hydrogen resistant steels used in construction of pressure vessels, boiler and piping subjected to operating tempetarures up to 600°C. Generally preferred in thick sections with high mechanical properties and X-ray quality necessary. Preheating, interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment should be done in accordance with base metal to be welded.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8015-B6 H4R

EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo5 B 42 H5

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMo5 B 42 H5

Basic type electrode for welding creep resistant steels. Weld metal matches the composition of steel grade 12CrMo19-5 featuring equal resistance to high-pressure hydrogen attack, creep resistance and creep rupture strenght. Typical applications are : petrochemical process plants, hydrocrackers in chemical industries. Suitable to use in pressure vessels and boilers subject to operating temperatures up to 600°C. Preheating, interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment should be done in accordance with base metal to be welded.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E12018-G

Basic type electrode for welding cementation steels and 1% Cr, 2.5% Ni, 0.7% Mo containing steels and cast steels. Suitable to use in machine building and construction of apparatus, as well as for repair welding of components made of similar steels grades. Preheating, interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment should be done in accordance with base metal to be welded.

Basic type electrode for welding and building of Cr-Ni-Mo- V containing steels and cast steels with similar composition. Suitable to use in machine building and construction of apparatus, as well as for repair welding of components made of similar steels grades. Preheating, interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment should be done in accordance with base metal to be welded.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E11018-G

Basic type electrode for welding hot work tool steels and cast steels with similar composition, which are subjected to high temperatures up to 550-600°C. Suitable for welding Cr, Mo, V, W containing low alloy steels and hot work tool steels. Also suitable for surfacing and hardfacing on machine parts, forging and drawing dies, shafts which were made of hot work tool steels and similiar compositions. Preheating, interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment should be done in accordance with base metal to be welded.

EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMoV1 B 42 H10

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

E CrMoV1 B 42 H10

Basic type, electrode for Cr-Mo-V type, designed for welding cast steels of identical composition, subjected to operating temperatures of up to +600°C. Suitable for joining and repair purposes on steam turbine parts, valves and seats, pumps, shafts and rolls. Observe specifications as to preheating and post-weld heat treatment to base metal.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E8015-B8 H4R

EN ISO 3580 - B

E 6215 - 9C1M

EN ISO 3580 - A

E (CrMo9) B 42 H5

Basic type, covered electrode for welding high temperature creep resistant steels type 9Cr-1Mo steels with operating temperatures of up to 625°C. Suitable for welding of boilers and pipes fabrication.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

~E9018-B9 H8

EN ISO 3580 - A

~E CrMo9 B 42 H10

TS EN ISO 3580 - A

~E CrMo9 B 42 H10

Basic type, covered electrode for welding high temperature creep resistant steels type 9Cr-1Mo-V-Nb-N steels with operating temperatures of up to 650°C. Suitable for welding heat excharger pipes and components. Electrode is particularly suited for welding thick walled cast steel components, which are subjected to tempering of 8 hours at 740°C.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.5

E9015-B91 H4R

EN ISO 3580 - B

E 6215 - 9C1MV

EN ISO 3580 - A

E (CrMo91) B 42 H5

Basic type, covered electrode for welding high temperature creep resistant steels of type 9Cr-1Mo-V-Nb-N with operating temperatures of up to 650°C. Suitable for welding piping and components produced from P91, F91 and T91 steels. Can be used both in thin walled and thick walled pipes and casting successfully.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E309L-15

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 23 12 L B 22

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E312-16

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 29 9 R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 29 9 R 12

EN 1600

E 29 9 R 12

Rutile type stainless steel electrode for joining dissimilar steels and depositing claddings on ferritic steels. The ferritic-austenitic Cr-Ni weld metal contains approximately 50% of delta-ferrite and is non-scaling up to +1100°C. It features high resistance to cracking and is therefore suited for joining difficult to weld steels and depositing stress-relaxing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metals. Especially used in crack repair and build-up of tool and die steels, rebuilding of worn or cracked gear teeth, buffer layer on cutting blades. Suitable for welding galvanized steel plates. Possible to use equally well both AC and DC. Easy arc striking and re-striking. Fine metal droplet transfer, good fusion of joints faces, finely rippled bead surface, easy slag removal.

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

~E307-16

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 12

EN 1600

E 18 8 Mn R 12

DIN M. No.

1.4370

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

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

~E307-15

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn B 22

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn B 22

EN 1600

E 18 8 Mn B 22

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

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

~E307-26

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 53

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 18 8 Mn R 53

EN 1600

E 18 8 Mn R 53

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

AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4

E308L-16

EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L R 12

TS EN ISO 3581 - A

E 19 9 L R 12

EN 1600

E 19 9 L R 12

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