Aglomerated welding fluxes for SAW

Aglomerated welding fluxes:

AR 18.5

It's an aluminate-rutil type flux for welding general structural steels, pressure vessel steels and pipe steels as well as fine grain steels  with a yield strength of up to 355 N/mm2. It’s suited for high-speed welding with the twin-wire process, as well as to tandem and multi-wire welding. It can be used also for welding with the two-run technique. It’s also particularly  useful for welding tube-web-tube joints of finned tubes. Because of its good slag etachability there’s a common application for the welding of fillets. The weld metal isn’t susceptible to porosity when welding surface contaminated by rust, scale… Grain size: 0.2 – 1.6 mm,  Density: 1.5 kg/dm3.

AR D1

It's an aluminate-rutil type flux for welding general structural steels, pressure vessel steels and pipe steels as well as fine grain-steels with a yield strength of up to 355 N/mm2. It’s suited for twin-wire, tandem and multi-wire welding at high-speeds. It can be used also with the two-run technique, especially when welding thin-walled spiral tubes. Wires containing Mo increase the weld-metal toughness. It may equally well be used for welding tube-web-tube joints or finned tubes. Because of its good slag detachability it’s very commonly used when welding fillets. The weld metal isn’t susceptible to porosity when welding on surface contaminated by rust, scale… Grain size: 0.2 – 1.6 mm, Density: 1.6 kg/dm3.

AR 18.1

It's an aluminate-rutil type flux for welding general structural steels, pressure vessel steels and pipe steels as well as fine grain-steels with a yield strength of  up to 355 N/mm2. It’s suited for twin-wire, tandem and multi-wire welding at high-speeds. It’s  especially well used for two-run technique and fillets, for example for lproduction of large  pipes and thin- walled spiral tubes. Because of its good slag-detachability it’s very commonly used when welding fillets. Grain size: 0.2 – 1.6 mm, Density: 1.6 kg/dm3.

AB 100

It's an aluminate-basic type flux for welding general structural steels, pressure wessel steels, pipe steels as well as fine-grain steels with a yield strength of up to 430 N/mm2. It can be used for single-wire and multi-wire welding as well as when welding with the two-run technique. The slag removes easily. Grain size: 0.2 – 2 mm  Density: 1.3 kg/dm3.

FB TT

It's a fluorid-basic type flux most suited to welded joints on high-tensile, fine-grain steels as well as steels are tough at sub-zero temperatures and resistant to ageing. It’s particularly well-suited for welding with tandem and multi-wire processes, but not  for two-run technik. It’s also uitable for production welding offshore components. the resulting slag is short alowwing circumferential welding.  Regularly shaped welds are deposited without of area or interface notches. Grain size: 0.2 – 1,8 mm, Density: 1.2 kg/dm3.

FB 12.2

It's a fluorid-basic type flux for welding general structural steels, pressure wessel steels, pipe steels and fine-grain steels with a yield strength of up to 430 N/mm2. It can be used for single-, twin-, or multi-wire welding a well as when welding with the two-run technique. It’s suitable for  production of large pipes. The slag removes easily. Grain size: 0.2 – 1,8 mm, Density: 1.2 kg/dm3.

FB CrNi

It's a special fluorid-basic type flux for welding stainless and heat-resistant steels, also ELC quality. In conjunction with wire electrodes to DIN 8556 it’s used for welding of stainless and heat resistant steels. Grain size: 0.2 – 2 mm,  Density: 1.4 kg/dm3.

CS Cr 6

It's a calcium-silicate flux for hardsurfacing with wires and flux-cored wires or strips. It’s suitable for high current, up to 1200 A. Slag detachability is good also from hot plates. Grain size: 0.2 – 1.6 mm,  Density: 1.4 kg/dm3..

CS CrNi

It’s an agglomerated flux for joint welding or cladding with Cr CrNi and CrNiMo wires or strips. It’s suitable for cladding in chemical and petrochemical industry. The flux for cladding can be also used on DC-current. Grain size: 0.2 – 2 mm,  Density: 1.4 kg/dm3.

AB Cr

It's an aluminate-basic type flux for submerged-arc cladding with Cr, CrNi and CrNiMo strips and unalloyed SA-wires. It’ s suitable for corrosion and wear resistant parts. Surface is smooth and flat. Grain size: 0.2 – 2 mm,  Density: 1.3 kg/dm 3.

CS 350

It's an agglomerated alloy-fortified surfacing flux intended for use with low-alloyed SA-wires. The alloying effect is greatly depended on welding  parameters. The optimum parameters with wire f 4 mm are: 600 A, 32 V, 50 cm/min. It’s suitable for wear- and  strike-resistant parts (for example for welding of coupling parts, piston rod ends and excavator parts). The greater hardness is reached with Mn, Cr and Mo alloyed wires. Grain size: 0.2 – 2 mm,  Density: 1.2 kg/dm 3.

FB 33

It’s a fluorid-basic flux for welding stainless, heat-resistant and nc-steels in conjunction with wires to DIN Welds are clean and  have smooth surface. There’s good slag detachability so it’s suitable for welding fillets. Grain size: 0.2 – 1.6 mm, Density: 1.4 kg/dm3. 

FB 578

It's an fluoride-basic type flux for welding and surfacing of general structural steels, pressure wessel steels, pipe steels as well as fine-grain steels with a yield strength of up to 430 N/mm2. The slag removes easily. Grain size: 0.2 – 1,8 mm   Density: 1.5 kg/dm3.

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