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Williams Brochure Welding Products

  1. 1. Williams Metals and Welding Alloys, Inc. Providing Welding & Metals Solutions for Over 50 Years Welding Filler Metals Setting the Standard for Excellence.
  2. 2. Williams Metals and Welding Alloys is a multi-location stocking distributor of welding filler metals and non-ferrous metals. Our processing and distribution service centers supply copper, brass, bronze, and aluminum in rod, bar, plate, pipe, sheet and strip forms, and ensure just-in-time delivery throughout the United States. The WMWA Welding Division offers a full line of welding consumables in copper, carbon, cobalt, aluminum, stainless, silver brazing, and nickel alloys worldwide. Williams Metals and Welding Alloys services a broad range of markets including the construction, power generation, transmission, and distribution, transformer, mining, petroleum, automotive, and switchgear industries. Corporate Headquarters 125 Strafford Avenue, Suite 108 Wayne, PA 19087-3318 Phone: 610.225.0105 Fax: 610.225.0208 Mansfield Sales Office & Warehouse 50 Mansfield Industrial Parkway Mansfield, OH 44903-8999 Phone: 888.522.5061 • Fax: 419.522.1749 Birmingham Sales Office & Warehouse 2700 19th Street North Birmingham, AL 35207-4902 Phone: 800.633.4830 • Fax: 205.787.9974 Concord Sales Office & Warehouse 714 Commerce Drive Concord, NC 28025-8800 Phone: 800.882.4464 • Fax: 704.784.1122 Houston Sales Office & Warehouse 7402 Neuhaus Street Houston, TX 77061-4603 Phone: 866.231.9353 • Fax: 713.675.1966 Pittsburgh Sales & Administration 1501 Reedsdale Street, Suite 2005 Pittsburgh, PA 15233-2341 Phone: 877.435.6543 • Fax: 877.435.6544 Cleveland Area Sales Office 8052 State Street, Suite 6 Garrettsville, OH 44231-1023 Phone: 800.842.3762 • Fax: 330.527.2748 Email: sales@wmwa.net www.wmwa.net Product Information Filler Metals Pages 1 - 11 Member of the American Welding Society, the Gases & Welding Distributors Association, the Copper & Brass Servicenter Association, and American Copper Council.
  3. 3. PRODUCT INFORMATION - WELDING FILLER METALS 1 Fe - .50 1.5 GRADE 70S - B2L 80S - B2 80S - B3L 90S - B3 80S - B6 80S - B8 90S - B9 (A) 80SNi-1 80SNi-2 80SNi-3 100S-1 110S-1 120S-1 Mn .63 .52 .61 .45 .46 .50 .60 .92 .95 .95 1.40 1.60 1.65 Si .56 .49 .54 .40 .39 .42 .20 .60 .58 .62 .30 .35 .35 P .01 .015 .01 .015 .015 .015 .008 .015 .015 .015 .008 .009 .008 Ni — — — — — — .55 .95 2.60 3.45 1.60 2.20 2.60 Cr 1.40 1.30 2.55 2.50 5.40 9.25 9.10 — — — — — — Mo .53 .55 1.10 1.10 .50 1.10 1.00 — — — .40 .40 .45 V — — — — — — .19 — — — — — — Ti — — — — — — — — — — .04 .06 .06 Zr — — — — — — — — — — .06 .05 .05 Al — — — — — — — — — — .08 .07 .07 C .04 .10 .04 .09 .07 .06 .10 .10 .09 .10 .07 .08 .08 GRADE Deox Copper—ERCu Silicon Bronze—ERCuSi-A Aluminum Bronze A-2—ERCuAl-A2 Zn - 1.0 .02 Sn 1.0 1.0 - Mn .50 1.5 - Si .50 2.8-4.0 .10 P .15 - - Al .01 .01 8.5-11.0 Pb .02 .02 .02 Cu 98.0 Min. Bal. Bal. Copper Based Welding And Brazing Alloys AWS/SFA A5.7 A5.27 Single values are maximum unless otherwise specified. Available on spools and in cut lengths. Other grades, including coated electrodes, are available upon request. Low Alloy Steel AWS/SFA A5.28 Typical Analysis (A) Niobium (Columbium) 0.02 - 0.10% Nitrogen 0.03 - 0.07% GRADE 1100 4043 5183 5356 5556 Si (2) 4.5-6.0 .40 .25 .25 Fe (2) .8 .40 .40 .40 Cu .05-.20 .30 .10 .10 .10 Mn .05 .05 .50-1.0 .05-.20 .50-1.0 Mg — .05 4.3-5.2 4.5-5.5 4.7-5.5 Cr — — .05-.25 .05-.20 .05-.20 Zn .10 .10 .25 .10 .25 Ti — .20 .15 .06-.20 .05-.20 Other Elements Each(3) Total .05 .15 .05 .15 .05 .15 .05 .15 .05 .15 AL 99. Min Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Aluminum Welding Wire AWS/SFA A5.10 Chemical Composition Limits (1) (1) Single values are maximum unless otherwise specified. (2) Silicon plus Iron shall not exceed .95%. (3) Beryllium shall not exceed .0008. Other grades, including coated electrodes, are available upon request. Product available in spools, coils, drums, reels, and cut lengths in sizes .025 to .156 www.wmwa.net
  4. 4. Typical Mechanical Properties Tensile Strength 78,000 PSI Yield Strength 65,000 PSI Elongation 25% Impact Strength, Ft/Lbs 35 Ft-Lbs @ -20F Williams 70S-2 Specification: AWS A5.18 Class ER70S-2 Williams 70S-2 is a multiple deoxidized mild steel wire containing Aluminum, Titanium and Zirconium, in addition to Silicon and Manganese. It is capable of sound welds in all grades of carbon steel. MIG welding can be conducted with either Carbon Dioxide, Argon-CO2, or Argon 2% oxygen. TIG welding with 100% Argon. Typical Chemical Analysis C 0.05 Mn 1.15 Si 0.5 P 0.02 S 0.015 Al 0.09 Zr 0.05 Ti 0.06 Typical Mechanical Properties Tensile Strength 77,000 PSI Yield Strength 65,000 PSI Elongation 26% Impact Strength, Ft/Lbs 33 Ft-Lbs @ -20F Average Brinell Hardness 125 Williams 70S-3 Specification: AWS A5.18 Class ER70S-3 Williams 70S-3 is a mild steel wire primarily used for MIG and TIG welding (GMAW and GTAW). It contains deoxidizers, Manganese and Silicon to provide porous-free welds under normal welding conditions. MIG welding can be performed with either CO2 or Argon-CO2. Typical Chemical Analysis C 0.08 Mn 1.15 Si 0.54 P 0.02 S 0.015 Typical Mechanical Properties Tensile Strength 84,000 PSI Yield Strength 73,000 PSI Elongation 27% Impact Strength, Ft/Lbs 30 Ft-Lbs @ -20F Average Brinell Hardness 150 Williams 70S-6 Specification: AWS A5.18 Class ER70S-6 Williams 70S-6 is a mild steel wire primarily used for MIG and TIG welding (GMAW and GTAW). It contains higher levels of deoxidizers compared to other mild steel wires resulting in better fluidity and bead appearance. It performs well in CO2 shield- ing gas but can also be used with Argon-CO2. Typical Chemical Analysis C 0.09 Mn 1.65 Si 0.97 P 0.02 S 0.015 2 Product available in spools, coils, drums, reels, and cut lengths in sizes .025 to .156 Product available in spools, coils, drums, reels, and cut lengths in sizes .025 to .156 Product available in spools, coils, drums, reels, and cut lengths in sizes .025 to .156 www.wmwa.net
  5. 5. 3 Typical Mechanical Properties Tensile Strength 98,000 PSI Yield Strength 80,000 PSI Elongation 20% Impact Strength, Ft-Lbs 33 Ft-Lbs @ -20F Williams 80SD-2 Specification: AWS A5.28 Class ER80SD-2 Williams 80SD-2 is a low alloy wire with Manganese and Molybdenum as the principal alloying elements. This wire produces weld deposits exhibiting good strength and low temperature properties, and can be used whenever higher strength and low temperature toughness are necessary. The higher Manganese, Silicon combination also provides a smooth, uniform weld bead. MIG welding can be conducted with CO2, Argon-CO2, or Argon-02; TIG welding with 100% Argon. Typical Chemical Analysis C 0.10 Mn 1.90 Si 0.65 P 0.015 S 0.012 Mo 0.50 GRADE C Mn Si Cr Mo Ni P S Cu Other EM13K .09 .95 .50 - - - .009 .014 .21 EM14 .17 2.00 .02 - - - .013 .015 .23 EA-1 .08 .90 .02 - .58 - .015 .014 .18 EA-2 .091 .10 .03 - .56 - .017 .015 .20 EA-3 .121 .95 .02 - .56 - .016 .015 .19 EB-2 .12 .70 .15 1.10 .50 - .014 .016 .18 EB-3 .11 .72 .20 2.55 .95 - .010 .010 .19 EB-6 .07 .50 .30 5.75 .60 - .009 .00 .17 EB-8 .08 .55 .35 9.40 1.05 - .010 .010 .15 EB-9 .10 .70 .16 9.20 1.00 .60 .008 .009 - V.19, Nb.05, N.06 ENi1 .10 1.00 .20 .01 .02 1.10 .012 .014 .17 ENi2 .11 .95 .18 .01 - 2.75 .013 .015 .16 ENi3 .11 1.00 .20 .07 - 3.50 .011 .014 .17 EM2 .081 .50 .40 .10 .50 1.80 .007 .008 .13 V.03, Al.07, Ti .06, Zr.06 EM3 .081 .55 .35 .20 .48 2.30 .005 .007 .12 V.02, Al.06, Ti.05 Zr.07 EM4 .071 .50 .30 .20 .50 2.55 .005 .006 .12 V.01, Al.06, Ti.05, Zr.06 EW .10 .50 .30 .60 - .65 .019 .018 .45 4130 .30 .55 .25 .90 .20 - .016 .014 .19 Carbon & Low Alloy Steel For Submerged Arc Welding AWS/SFA A5.17 and A5.23 Typical Analysis Product available in spools, coils, drums, reels, and cut lengths in sizes .025 to .156 www.wmwa.net
  6. 6. 4 GRADE ER307 ER 308H ER 308/308L ER 308LSi ER 309 ER 309L ER 309LMo ER 309LSi ER 310 ER 312 ER 316/316H ER 316L ER 316LMn ER 316LSi ER 317L ER 320LR ER 330 ER 347 ER 385 ER 409Nb ER 410NiMo ER 410 ER 430 ER 439 ER 630 ER 2209 Mn 6.5 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.80 1.80 2.00 1.80 1.90 1.70 1.75 1.75 6.78 1.75 1.80 1.70 1.90 1.75 1.95 .60 .50 .50 .45 .65 .50 1.5 Si .85 .50 .50 .80 .55 .55 .50 .85 .45 .50 .50 .50 .52 .80 .60 .05 .40 .55 .37 .45 .40 .50 .39 .60 .45 .45 Cr 18.9 20.0 20.0 20.0 23.5 23.5 24.10 24.0 26.5 29.50 19.0 19.0 20.15 19.0 19.0 19.5 16.0 19.5 20.0 11.75 12.0 12.5 16.30 18.10 16.5 22.5 Ni 8.8 10.0 10.0 10.0 13.5 13.5 13.0 13.5 21.0 9.0 13.0 13.0 15.65 13.0 13.5 34.0 35.0 10.0 25.0 .20 4.25 — — .15 4.75 8.5 Mo — — — — — — 2.5 — — — 2.4 2.4 2.68 2.4 3.6 2.5 — — 4.2 — .50 — — .05 — 3.2 Cb — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — .25 — .8 — .50 — — — — .23 — Cu — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3.5 — — 1.7 — — — — — 3.60 — OTHER — — — — — — — — — — — — N.18 — — — — — — — — — — Ti .60 — N.19 C .08 .06 .015 .015 .06 .015 .015 .015 .12 .13 .06 .015 .019 .015 .02 .03 .24 .05 .18 .05 .03 .11 .06 .025 .03 .015 Stainless Steel Bare Wire AWS/SFA A5.9 Typical Analysis Many of these grades are also available in strip and powder form for overlay and cladding applications. Quality Policy It is our policy to adhere to the requirements of the ISO 9001:2000 Quality Standard. By complying with these requirements we ensure continuous improve- ment, emphasize defect prevention and reduce variation. We're committed to making sure you receive the level of quality and service you deserve. www.wmwa.net
  7. 7. 18 16 14 12 10 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 WRC Ferrite Number 0 2 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 75 80 85 90 95 100 70 A AF 5 4 FA WRC-1992 Diagram for Stainless Steel Weld MetalNieq=Ni+35C+20N+0.25Cu GRADE ERCuNi FM 67 ERNiCu-7 FM 60 ERNi-1 FM 61 ERNiCr-3 FM 82 ERNiCrMo-3 FM 625 ERNiCrMo-4 FM C-276 ERNiCrFe-5 FM 62 ERNiCrCoMo-1 FM 617 ERNiCrMo-10 FM 622 ERNiFeCr-2 FM 718 No AWS Class: FM 55 ERNiCl FM99 ERNiFeCr-1 FM65 Mn .75 3.5 .30 2.75 .15 .55 .50 .06 .20 .20 .24 .23 .40 Si .11 .85 .45 .40 .10 .05 .20 .15 .04 .25 .12 .06 .28 Cr — — — 19.5 22.5 15.5 16.5 22.0 21.5 20.0 — — 21.0 Ni 31.5 65.0 95.0 74.0 62.0 59.0 73.0 53.0 61.0 52.5 55. 99.5 43.0 Mo — — — — 9.0 15.5 — 9.5 13.5 3.0 — — 3.0 Cb(A) — — — 2.5 3.50 — 2.2 — — 5.10 — — — Cu 67.0 27.5 — — — — — — — — — — OTHER Ti. .35 Ti. 2.30, Fe .40, Al .15 Ti. 2.8, Al 1.0, Fe .10 — Al .18, Ti.20, Fe .75 W 3.6, Fe 5.5 Fe 7.0 Co 12.5, Al .90, Ti .25, Fe 1.0 W 3.2 Fe 44.2 — Al .10, Ti 1.0, Cu 2.0 C .01 .04 .05 .02 .02 .01 .025 .06 .01 .06 .06 .05 .01 Nickel & Nickel Alloy Bare Wire AWS/SFA 5.7 . 5.14 - Typical Analysis (A) Plus TA. Other Nickel grades also available. Creq = Cr + Mo + 0.7Nb www.wmwa.net
  8. 8. GRADE Ni 55 ENiFe-C1 Ni 99 ENi-C1 Alloy 117 ENiCrMo-1 Alloy 112 ENiCrMo-3 Alloy 141 ENi-1 Alloy 182 ENiCrFe-3 Alloy 187 ECuNi Alloy 190 ENiCu-7 Alloy 276 ENiCrMo-4 FM 122 ENiCrMo-10 WELD A ENiCrFe-2 Mn 0.72 0.25 .45 0.33 0.42 6.75 1.80 3.10 0.50 0.40 1.80 Si 0.95 1.10 .35 0.38 0.45 0.50 0.35 0.95 0.15 0.15 0.34 Cr — — 21.65 21.75 — 15.00 — — 15.40 21.50 15.50 Ni 53.0 94.0 54.0 60.0 97.8 69.0 30.5 67.0 59.0 66.3 71.25 Fe 44.0 3.5 1.5 3.0 0.30 6.5 0.60 0.90 5.5 3.80 8.50 Ti — — .1 — 1.10 — 0.20 — — — — Mo — — 8.8 9.50 — — — — 16.25 13.25 1.45 OTHER Cu .10 Cu .10 Co 11.85, AL .65 Cb+Ta 3.40 — Cb+Ta 1.75 PB.002 Cu Balance Cu 28.10 W 3.25 W 3.10 Cb+Ta 1.25 C .0.85 1.00 .06 0.04 0.04 0.03 — 0.03 0.02 0.01 0.03 Nickel & Nickel Alloy Electrodes AWS/SFA 5.6, 5.11, 5.15 Typical Analysis Other Nickel grades also available. 6 GRADE ENi-1 (FM 141) ERNi-1 (FM 61) ENiCu-7 (FM 190) ERNiCu-7 (FM 60) ECuNi (FM 67) ERCuNi (FM 187) ENiCrFe-3 (FM 182) ERNiCr-3 (FM 82) ENiCrMo-3 (FM 112) ERNiCrMo-3 (FM 625) ENiCrCoMo-1 (FM 117) ERNiCrCoMo-1 (FM 617) ENiCrMo-4 (FM C-276) ERNiCrMo-4 (FM C-276) ENiCrFe-2 (WELD A) ERNiCrFe-5 (FM 62) APPLICATIONS Ni 200 and 201 dissimilar combinations of nickel alloys and steels. Cladding of steels. Alloys 400, R405 and K500, Cu and Cu nickel alloys. Cladding of steels. Alloy 450 and Cu nickel alloys 70/30 80/20 90/10. Alloys 600 and 601, 800, 800HT and 330. Dissimilar combinations of steels and nickel alloys. Alloys 625, 601, 686, 622, C-276 and other pit-resistant alloys. Dissimilar combinations of steels and nickel-base alloys. Cladding of steels. Alloys 617, 800HT, dissimilar combinations of high temperature alloys. Alloy 276 and other pit-resistant alloys. Cladding of steels. Dissimilar combinations of steels and nickel-base alloys. Alloys 800 and 800HT, 600 and 601. Joining dissimilar combinations of carbon, stainless, and nickel-base alloys. Alloy 600. Filler Metal Selection Chart These recommendations are general and are useful only as a guide to the proper selection of a filler metal. Care should always be taken to meet the engineered requirements of the fabricated item when choosing the filler metal and welding process. www.wmwa.net
  9. 9. 7 GRADE 308H 308L 309 309Cb 309L 309Mo 310 312 316H 316L 317L 320Lr 330 347 410 410NiMo 630 C .065 .03 .08 .09 .03 .08 .12 .12 .06 .03 .03 .02 .19 .04 .10 .025 .03 Cr 20.0 19.90 23.5 24.0 23.75 23.7 27.10 29.3 18.85 18.70 18.75 20.1 15.8 20.10 12.75 12.0 16.5 Ni 9.85 10.0 12.4 13.0 13.0 13.2 21.40 9.5 12.9 12.80 13.0 34.0 34.9 10.10 — 4.40 4.7 Mo — — — — — 2.5 — — 2.4 2.35 3.4 2.4 — — — .55 — Cb + Ta — — — .81 — — — — — — — .29 — .75 — — 2.1 Mn 1.70 1.75 1.70 1.50 1.65 1.45 1.95 1.80 1.70 1.80 1.65 2.15 1.85 1.70 .85 .55 .50 Si .50 .52 .55 .54 .55 .49 .48 .56 .55 .50 .55 .21 .52 .54 .65 .48 .45 P .023 .021 .020 .020 .020 .19 .021 .020 .020 .022 .020 .011 .018 .020 .02 .017 .020 S .018 .019 .020 .19 .017 .18 .020 .020 .020 .019 .020 .009 .020 .020 .020 .019 .021 Cu — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Stainless Steel Coated Electrodes AWS/SFA A5.4 Typical Analysis Other grades available upon request. Electrodes can be provided in -15, -16 and -17 usability designations. GRADE (CoCr-C) Alloy #1 (CoCr-A) Alloy #6 (CoCr-B) Alloy #12 Alloy #21 Ni 2.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 Cr 33 29 28 27 Si — — — — Fe 2.0 2.0 2.5 2.5 C 2.5 1.2 1.7 .25 Mn 1. 1. 1. 1. W 13 5 9 — Mo — — — 5.5 Co Bal Bal Bal Bal Hardness-RC 55 40 48 32 Available in coated electrodes, powder, and cored wires. Other grades and surfacing products are also available. Solid Surfacing Welding Rods & Electrodes AWS/SFA A5.13 Typical Analysis GRADE EWP EWTH-2 Tungsten % 99.5 97.3 Th02 Additive — 1.7 - 2.2 TIP Color Green Red Tungsten & Tungsten Alloy GTAW Electrodes AWS/SFA A5.12 For Tig Welding www.wmwa.net
  10. 10. GRADE E308HTXX E308LTXX E309TXX E309LTXX E316TXX E316LTXX E347TXX E410TXX C .06 .025 .06 .024 .05 .028 .04 .09 Cr 20.20 20.10 24.5 23.80 19.0 19.10 20.25 12.5 Ni 9.95 10.0 13.0 12.75 12.5 12.20 10.10 — Mo .09 .09 — .04 2.62 2.55 .04 — Cb + Ta — — — — — — .55 — Mn 1.25 1.30 1.22 1.30 1.09 1.10 1.30 .50 Si .53 .50 .75 .55 .76 .60 .55 .45 P .020 .020 .020 .020 .020 .025 .025 .020 S .002 .002 .005 .002 .007 .003 .003 .006 Cu .04 .03 — .08 — .13 .09 — Controlled Ferrites upon request. Flux cored Tig rods also available for root pass welding on pipe. These products are also available using seamless tubing to prevent moisture pickup under humid conditions. Other grades available upon request. Flux Cored Stainless Electrodes AWS/SFA A5.22 Typical Analysis 8 Electrodes Classification Electrode (a) E- XXXT X-X External Shielding (c) Alloy Composition of Weld Deposit (b) 0: Flat & Horizontal Tubular or Flux Cored 1: All Position NOTES: (a) “R” indicates Welding Rod (b) Additional Alloy Composition L - Low Carbon (0.0-0.04) H - High Carbon (0.04-0.08) Mo - Molybedenum Cb - Columbium(Niobium) Ni - Nickel Ti - Titanium K - (c) External Shielding 1 - CO2 3 - None (Self-Shielded) 4 - 75-80% Ar/Bal CO2 5 - 100% Ar (Rods Only) *2 - Discontinued Low Temperature Toughness (for self-shielded electrodes only) Controlled chemistries in stainless steel filler metals are designed to maximize corrosion resistance, and maintain desirable ferrite levels for added crack resistance. In addition, strict attention is given to wire finish, tensile, cast and helix, to facilitate demanding robotic applications. www.wmwa.net C .03 .03 .03 .05 .03 O .03 - .10 .08 - .16 .13 - .20 .12 - .20 .03 - .11 N .012 .015 .02 .030 .012 H .005 .008 .008 .015 .005 Fe .08 .12 .16 .22 .20 Al __ __ __ 5.5 - 6.7 5.5 - 6.5 V __ __ __ 3.5 - 4.5 3.5 - 4.5 Pd __ __ __ __ __ Ru __ __ __ __ __ Ni __ __ __ __ __ GRADE ERTi-1 ERTi-2 ERTi-3 ERTi-5 ERTi-23 Titanium Tig Rod & Specialty Coated Tig & Mig Wire AWS/A5.16 Typical Analysis
  11. 11. Flux Core/Metal Core Carbon & Low Alloy Steel Electrodes For Arc Welding E7XT-1C/M E7XT-9C/M E7XT-12C/M E8XT1-B2 E8XT1-B2L E9XT1-B3 E9XT1-B3L E8XT1-Ni1 E9XT1-Ni2 E70C-3C/M E70C-6C/M E80C-B2 E80C-Ni1 E80C-Ni2 E80C-D2 E90C-B3 E90C-B9 Other grades available upon request. GRADE BAg-24 BAg-7 BAg-3 BAg-1 BCuP-5 Ag 50 56 50 45 15 Cu 20 22 16 15 80 Zn 28 17 16 16 — Cd — — 16 24 — P — — — — 5 Sn — 5 — — — Ni 2 — 3 — — other .15 max .15 max .15 max .15 max .15 max Solids/Liquids 1220/1305° F 1145/1205°F 1170/1270°F 1125/1145°F 1190/1475°F Brazing & Braze Welding Filler Metals AWS/SFA A5.8 Carbon & Low Alloy Steel Covered Electrodes For Arc Welding E6010 E6011 E6013 E7014 E7018 E7018-1 E7018-A1 E7024 E7018-B2L E8018-B2 E8018-B3L E9018-B3 E8018-C1 E8018-C2 E8018-C3 E11018-M E12018-M E8015-B6 E8018-B6 E8018-B6L E8015-B8 E8018-B8 E8018-B8L E9015-B9 E9018-B9 10# & 50# Hermetically Sealed Packages 9www.wmwa.net Available in wire, strip, powder, cast or preforms. Also brazing and soldering fluxes and lead-free solder. % IACS: BAg-24 = 15 BAg-7 = 8.3 BAg-3 = 18 BAg-1 = 27.6 BCuP-5 = 9.9 Applications: BAg-24: 300 series stainless, nickel & steel BAg-7: food handling equipment & steel BAg-3: non-food service 300 series stainless steel, bronze & tungsten carbide inserts BAg-1: tight joints, nickel, steel & copper base BCuP-5: copper w/o flux & brass with flux
  12. 12. 10 Austenitic Filler Metal Selection STAINLESS STEEL METALLURGICAL GROUPS Austenitic The Austenitic group contains chromium and nickel as the primary alloying elements and are the most widely used. They can be hardened by cold working but not by heat treatment. All are essentially non-magnetic. The most common types of Austenitic stainless are the UNS S20000 and S30000 alloys. They are generally considered the most weldable of the stainless steels. AISI Steel 201, 202, 205 301, 302, 302B 304, 304L 304H 303, 303SE 309, 309S 310, 310S, 314 316, 316L 316H 317 321 347, 348, 347H 320 330 904L Recommended Filler Metal 240 308 308L 308H 312 309 310 316, 316L 316H 317 347 347 320Lr 330 385 Alternate Filler Metal 308, 347, 309 347, 309 347, 309 347, 309 309MO 309Cb, 310 310Cb, 310Mo 309Mo, 317 309Mo, 317 317L, 309Mo, 318 309Cb, 310Cb, 321 309Cb, 310Cb 320 — — www.wmwa.net Converting To Metric Inch 0.030 0.035 0.040 0.045 1/16 5/64 3/32 1/8 5/32 3/16 1/4 mm 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.2 1.6 2.0 2.4 3.25 4.0 5.0 6.0 Property Linear Measurement Tensile Strength Impact Toughness Heat Input Temperature To Convert From inches mm psi MPa or N/mm2 ft-lbs J J/in J/cm Multiply By 25.4 0.039 0.007 145.03 1.355 0.7375 0.3937 2.54 To Get mm inches MPa or N/mm2 psi J ft-lbs J/cm J/in Wire Size °F-32 1.8 = C° °C x 1.8 + 32 = °F ..
  13. 13. Duplex Filler Metal Selection AISI Steel 2205 Ferralium 225 Cd-4MCu Recommended Filler Metal 2209 2553/2594 2553 Alternate Filler Metal __ __ __ Precipitation Hardening Filler Metal Selection 11 Martensitic The Martensitic group is also classified under the 400 series. The principal alloying element is chrome, with carbon added to produce high levels of strength and hardness after heat treatment. Both Martensitic and Ferritic types are magnetic. Similar precaution, including preheat, is necessary in the welding process. Precipitation Hardening & Duplex These unique grades were designed for specific applications. Care should be exercised in the welding process to select the proper filler metal and welding procedures. Martensitic Filler Metal Selection AISI Steel 17-4 PH 15-5 PH 13-8 Mo 17-7 PH Recommended Filler Metal 630 630 13-8 Mo 17-7 PH Alternate Filler Metal 308, 309 __ __ __ These recommendations are general and are useful only as a guide to the proper selection of a filler metal. Care should always be taken to meet the engineered requirements of the fabricated item when choosing the filler metal and welding process. www.wmwa.net Ferritic The Ferritic group are straight grade chrome grades and come under the type 400 series. They cannot be hardened by heat treating and only moderately by cold working. Precautions are required in the welding process to minimize embrittlement and cracking. Ferritic Filler Metal Selection AISI Steel 405 409 430 442 446 Recommended Filler Metal 410 409Cb 430 308L 308L Alternate Filler Metal 308L, 309, 410NM 430, 309LSi 308L, 309L 309L 309L AISI Steel 403 410, 410S 414 420 431 440A Recommended Filler Metal 410 410 410 420 410 312 Alternate Filler Metal 308, 347, 309 308, 347, 309 410NM, 309 309 309, 310 309

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