Welding wires and rods for shielded inert or reactive gases welding GMAW, GTAW

Welding rods and wires:

TIG MIG Mo

With Mo-alloyed rod and wire for welding of heat-resistant, unalloyed and low-alloyed structural steels with tensile strenght up to 590 N/mm2. It’s well used for welding pipe-lines, high-pressure boilers, armour parts and for repairing in thermo-energetic devices. It can be used up to process-temperature of 500°C.

TIG MIG Cr Mo

With  Cr and  Mo-alloyed rod for  TIG welding of  heat-resistant, unalloyed and low-alloyed structural steels up to process-temperature of  500°C. . It’s well used for welding pipe-lines, high-pressure boilers, armour parts  and for repairing in thermo-energetic devices. It can be used up to process-temperature of  550°C.

TIG MIG 2Cr Mo

With Cr and Mo-alloyed wire for TIG welding of heat-resistant, up to process-temperature of 600?C. It’s well used for welding pipe-lines, high-pressure boilers, armour parts and for repairing in thermo- energetic devices.

VAC 60 TIG VAC 60

Solid copper coated, CTOD tested welding wire for welding in gas shielding atmospheres. Suitable for welding unalloyed steels with tensile straight below 530 N/mm2 like boiler plate, fine-grained steels, pipe steels, shipbuilding steels and cast steels.

VAC 65 TIG VAC 65

Solid copper coated, CTOD tested wire for welding in gas shielding atmospheres. Slightly higher silicon and manganese alloyed than VAC 60. The higher contains of silicon and manganese increase the yield stress and tensile strength of weld metal (compared with VAC 60). The high silicon content promotes a low sensitivity to surface impurities and contributes to smooth weld. Suitable for welding unalloyed and low alloyed construction steels with tensile straight below 640 N/mm2 like boiler plate, fine-grained steels, pipe steels, shipbuilding steels and cast steels.

VAC 60 Ni

Solid nickel alloyed copper coated welding wire for welding in gas shielding atmospheres. Suitable for welding high grade structural steels with tensile straight up to 685 N/mm2 and for low temperature application.

VAC 60 Ti

Wire electrodes of the ER 70 S - 2 classification are primarily used for single - pas welding of killed, semi - killed,  rimmed steels, but may be used for some multi - pass applications. Because of the added deoxidants, it  can be used  for welding steels with rusty or dirty surface or for welding of galvanized  steel-plates.

VAC 60 CuNi

Solid nickel and copper alloyed copper coated welding wire for welding in gas shielding atmospheres. Suitable for welding atmosphere resistance steels, fine-grained steels with yield strength up to 460 N/mm2 and unalloyed and low alloyed steels with tensile straight up to 685 N/mm2.

MIG 65

Ni and Mo alloyed metal inert gas welding wire is suitable for welding fine - grained micro alloyed steels with Rp up to 550 N/mm2.

MIG 75

Mn, Ni and Mo alloyed metal inert gas, CTOD tested  wire,  is suitable for welding fine - grained steels with high tensile straight and Rp up to 690 N/mm2, like steels St E 550 V  W. Nr. 1.8926 and St E 690 V W. Nr. 1.8928.  Suitable shielding gas is mixture Ar and CO2.

MIG 90

Mn, Ni, Cr and Mo alloyed metal inert gas welding wire is suitable for welding of higher-strength, heat treated, fine - grained constructional steels with a minimum yield strength of 890 N/mm2

MIG 17

Solid 17% Cr alloyed welding wire for welding and surfacing similar rust free ferit steels for temperatures up to 450°C. Weld metal is scale resistant and sea water resistant up to 900°C. It’s suitable particularly for surfacing of valves.

MIG TIG 19/9 Nb Si

Stabilized austenitic wire for metal  gas welding of stabilized 18/8 CrNi steels, corrosion resistant. It’s used for welding of  devices, vessels and parts in chemical, pharmacy, cellulose and nuclear industry up to working temperature of  400°C. Welded material has oxidation resistance up to 800°C.

MIG TIG 19/9 NC Si

Austenitic wire for metal inert gas welding. It is suitable for welding corrosion resistant 18/8 CrNi steels for devices, vessels and parts in chemical, pharmacy and cellulose industry for temperature up to 350°C. Welded  material has oxidation resistance up to 800°C and ductility to - 196°C.

MIG TIG 19/12/3 NbSi

It’s a stabile austenitic wire for metal inert gas welding. It is suitable for welding of corrosion resistant  CrNi(Mo)  steels  in different devices, vessels and parts in chemical-, cellulose-, colour-, food processing-and  sinthetic plastic materilas-industry,  up to  prosessing temperature 400°C. 

MIG TIG 19/12/3 NC Si

Austenitic wire for metal inert gas welding. It is suitable for welding corrosion resistant 18/8 CrNi steels for devices, vessels and parts in chemical, pharmacy and cellulose industry for temperature up to 350°C. Welded material has oxidation resistance up to 800°C and ductility to - 196°C. temperature 800° in so žilavi do - 196°C.

MIG TIG 25/14 NC Si

Wire electrodes of the ER 309 L Si  classification are primarily used for welding similar alloys in wrought or cast form. This electrode is also suitable for welding of “8 – 18” steel when severe corrosion conditions exist which require higher alloy content weld metal. MIG 25/14 NC Si is especially recommended for joining dissimilar steels such as “18 – 8” to mild steel and for stainless surfacing of mild steal, carbon steel and low alloy steel.

MIG TIG 18/8/6 Si

Solid wires for welding dissimilar steels, armour plate, austenitic manganese steels and generally difficult to weld steels. Buttering before hardsurfacing. The weld metal remains austenitic and tough also in diluted condition. The tough weld metal is able to absorb high welding stresses, which is important particularly when welding rigid structures. Good mechanical properties, excellent ductility.

MIG TIG 25/20

Austenit welding wire for metal inert gas welding. The most suitable shielding gas is argon. Welding wire is suitable for welding fire resistance steels with 25% Cr and 20% Ni and for welding fire resistance ferrite Cr – steels which are not exposed to gases with sulphurs compound. Weld has fire resistance up to 1200°C.   

MIG TIG 29/9

Solid wires for welding dissimilar steels, armour plate, high carbon steel, spring steel and generally difficult to weld steels. Welded material has cracking resistance and good mechanical properties.

TIG 70/15

It’s  a special  TIG  welding rod  for nickel – base alloys, high-temperature and creep resistant materials, heat resistant and cryogenic materials, joining of dissimilar steels and problem steels.  It’s suitable for the service temperature  range  –196°  do 550°C, otherwise resistant to scaling up to 1200°C (S-free atmosphere).  It isn’t suspectible to embrittlement.  Deposited metal is fully austenitic, resistant to thermal shocks and  corrosion. It has law coefficient  of thermal expension and good impact values at low temperature.

TIG 22/9/3 LN

It’s  a special  TIG  welding rod  for welding  ferritic- austenitic duplex steels, mainly used in petrol and chemical industy and in shipyard and ‘’offshore’’ construction.  It has excellent  stress and pitting corrosion resistance (sea  water and acidic solution)

MIG TIG Cu

It’s a copper welding wire for joining copper and cast base materials.

MIG TIG CuAl 8

A high quality bronze aluminium wire for joining and coating  similar materials, cast steels, nickel alloys, especially suitable for metalspraying. 

MIG TIG CuSn 6

A high quality bronze wire with high tin content for MIG and TIG welding  processes, especially for surfacing,  giving increased hardness, can also be used for repairing worn surfaces in similar base materials.

MIG TIG CuAg

It’s a silver-alloyed copper welding wire for joining or surfacing of copper alloyed materials.

MIG TIG CuMn

It’s a high manganese-nickel-aluminium bronze welding wire for joining or repairing of cast or wrought base materials of similar composition.

MIG TIG CuSi3

It’s suitable for welding of copper, copper-silicon and copper-zinc base materials to themselves and also to steel.

Renata Hočevar

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