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Contents
I. UP – Welding Powder
-> KJF 210, KJF 231, KJF 610, KJF 620, KJF 915 etc.
II. Welding Wire
A: Cored wire
B: Sinter belt
C: Flux cored wire
D: Special developments
E: UP – Welding Wire KJS 110, KJS 125, KJS 308L etc.
F: Solid Wire SG 1, SG 2 & SG 3
G: TIG Rods
Packaging for the Products F + G
Imprint
I. UP – Welding Powder
Since 10 Years we sell our welding powder (UP) for joint welding and deposition welding.
Your advantages:
- Delivery: from stock
- Better quality (demonstrably)
- Labeling according to your wishes
- Better prices than the big companies (ESAB, Oerlikon or Lincoln)
Also we send you, in advance a free offer or free samples of our products. Please tell us
your quanitity, so that we can make a competitive offer for you.
For further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
We will help you as good as we can.
UP-Welding Powder KJF 210
KJF 210 is a Calcium Silicate-Manganese Silicate agglomerated flux with excellent
slag detachability and smooth weld bead, suitable for welding on structural steel,
pressure vessels and water supply pipes. Feasible for welding on a little rusty or
oily plates applicable to twin and multi wire welding and well suited in high speed
welding especially for spiral water pipe mills.
KJF 210 is almost equivalent to the following fluxes:
LINCOLN WELD 761 ; ESAB OK 10.80
KJF 210 – Data Sheet
AWS
A5.17 : F7A3 – EM12
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
0.04
0.55
1.5
–
–
–
0.06
0.65
1.6
Flux + Wire
KJF 210 + KJS 120
(S2)
Flux + Wire
KJF 210 +
KJS 120 (S2)
Standard
EN 760
S A CS/MS 1 78 AC
DIN 32522
B CS/MS 1 78 AC
P
S
Max. 0.03
Max. 0.03
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
U.T.S.
Y.S.
El
Charpy Impact
(Mpa)
(Mpa)
%
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-20°C
515
420
25
65
40
535
430
27
75
55
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
1.0
Density
1.2 kg/dm³
Re-drying
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
Current
AC/DC
Packing
Bags to 25 kg
-30°C
30
40
UP-Welding Powder KJF 231
KJF 231 is Calcium Silicate Alloy (Mo & Ni) Agglomerated Flux suitable for
cladding and hardfacing continuous casting rollers using strip electrodes (430, 420)
so that the combination leaves an alloy deposit of 1% Mo and 4% Ni with excellent
detachability even in high temperature.
KJF 231 is almost equivalent to the following fluxes:
ESAB OK 10.07 ; SOUDO Metall RT 152
KJF 231 – Data Sheet
Standard
DIN 32522
B CS 4 85 1 Ni Mo DCEP
Strip Chemical Analysis (%)
Strip
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Mo
Ni
KJ Strip 430
Max.
0.06
Max.
0.40
Max.
0.35
Max.
16
--
Max.
0.15
Flux + Strip
KJF 231
+
KJ Strip 430
Weld Metal Chemical & Mechanical Properties
Thickness %C %Si %Mn %Cr %Mo %Ni
(mm)
0.05 0.8
0.4
12
0.8
4
5
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.07 0.9
0.5
14
1.2
5
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-drying
Current
Packing
1.0
1.1 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DC
Bags to 25 kg
Hardness
(HRC)
43 – 48
UP-Welding Powder KJF 232
KJF 232 is a Calcium Silicate Agglomerated Flux suitable for cladding continuous
casting and pinch rollers using strip electrode (420). Excellent detachability even
in high temperature is considered as an advantage.
KJF 232 is almost equivalent to the following flux:
SOUDO Metall RT 155
KJF 232 – Data Sheet
Standard
DIN 32522
B CS 4 75 1 DCEP 13B-3-16
Strip
KJ Strip
420
Flux + Strip
KJF 232
+
KJ Strip 420
Strip Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Max. 0.3
0.6 – 0.8
0.5 – 0.7
12.7 – 13.5
Weld Metal Chemical & Mechanical Properties
Thickness %C
%Si
%Mn
%Cr
%Ni
(mm)
0.2
0.8
0.4
12.7
Max.
5
0.5
0.4
1.0
0.5
13.5
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-drying
Current
Packing
1.0
1.0 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DC
Bags to 25 kg
Ni
Max. 0.5
Hardness
(HRC)
43 - 48
UP-Welding Powder KJF 510
KJF 510 is an Aluminate Rutile agglomerated flux. It has very good weld bead and
easy slag detachability suitable for thin plates with high speed welding. It can be used
for single and twin wire welding diameter 1,6 or 2,4 mm, most appropriate for welding
on structural steel, normal tanks, fillet welds and welding on radar oily & rusty plates.
It meets the approval of GL & BV Institutes.
KJF 510 is almost equivalent to the following fluxes:
Lincoln WELD 782 ; ESAB OK 10.81
KJF 510 - Datenblatt
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 32522
A5.17 : F7AZ – EM12
A5.17 : F7A0 – EH14
S A AR 1 76 AC
B AR 1 76 AC
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
P
S
KJF 510 + KJS 110 (S1)
0.06 – 0.09
0.6 – 0.8
1.0 – 1.3
Max. 0.03
Max. 0.03
KJF 510 + KJS 120 (S2)
0.04 – 0.06
0.55 – 0.65
1.0 – 1.2
Max. 0.03
Max. 0.03
KJF 510 + KJS 126 (S4)
0.04 – 0.06
0.65 – 0.75
1.5 – 1.7
Max. 0.03
Max. 0.03
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
KJF 510 +
KJS 110
(S1)
525 - 540
KJF 510 +
KJS 120
(S2)
530 - 550
KJF 510 +
KJS 126
(S4)
550 - 570
Y.S.
(Mpa)
420 - 435
El
%
25 - 27
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
0°C
65 - 75
--
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-drying
Current
435 - 455
25 - 27
30 - 40
24 - 26
55 - 65
1.25 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DC
-Packaging
440 - 460
0.4
30 - 35
Bags to 25 kg
UP-Welding Powder KJF 610
KJF 610 is an Aluminate Agglomerated Flux with excellent slag detachability even in
high temperatures. It has the ability for twin and tandem welding and designed for the
multi-pass butt welding of mild, medium and high tensile steels and as well as low
alloyed steels, with impact strength down to -40°C. The flux is preferred due to the low
consumption and resistance to the moisture absorption leading to low hydrogen content
in weld metal. This flux is especially for welding high tensile steels, shipbuilding,
pressure vessels, water pipes, structural steel joints and fine grain steels.
It meets the approval of GL & BV Institutes.
KJF 610 is almost equivalent to the follwing fluxes:
Lincoln P230 ; ESAB OK 10.71
KJF 610 – Data Sheet
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-Drying
Standard
1.5
AWS
1.3 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
Current
Packaging
AC/DC
Bags to 25 kg
A5.17 : F7A4 – EM12
A5.17 : F7A3 – EM12K
A5.17 : F7P5 – EH14
A5.23 : F8A2 – EA2
A5.23 : F8AZ – EB2
EN 760
DIN 32522
S A AB 1 68 AC H5
B AB 1 68 AC H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Mo
KJF 610 + KJS 120 (S2)
0.04 – 0.07
0.25 – 0.35
1.40 – 1.60
---------
-----------
KJF 610 + KJS 122 (S2Si)
0.04 – 0.06
0.30 – 0.45
1.45 – 1.65
---------
-----------
KJF 610 + KJS 126 (S4)
0.07 – 0.09
0.30 – 0.40
1.65 – 1.80
---------
-----------
KJF 610 + KJS 124 (S2Mo)
0.04 – 0.08
0.35 – 0.45
1.50 – 1.60
---------
0.4 – 0.5
KJF 610 + KJTUBS – 310 (S2CrMo1)
0.04 – 0.07
0.35 – 0.45
1.50 – 1.65
1.0 – 1.2
0.4 – 0.5
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S. (Mpa)
El %
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-30°C
-40°C
-50°C
KJF 610 + KJS 120 (S2)
510 - 540
420 - 440
25 - 27
75 - 90
42 - 48
30-38
---------
KJF 610 + KJS 122 (S2Si)
540 - 560
435 - 460
24 - 26
60 - 70
40 - 50
----------
---------
KJF 610 + KJS 126 (S4)
510 - 540
480 - 500
23 - 25
------
--------
45 - 55
33 - 38
KJF 610 + KJS 124 (S2Mo)
540 - 560
440 - 460
24 - 26
55 - 70
35 - 45
----------
----------
KJF 610 + KJTUBS – 310 (S2CrMo1)
560 - 580
470 - 485
23 - 25
70 - 90
--------
----------
----------
UP-Welding Powder KJF 611
KJF 611 is an Aluminate Basic Agglomerated Flux with an excellent detachability
even in high temperature suitable for two wire and tandem welding highly resistant to
crack with low consumption and resistance to moisture absorption leads to the low
hydrogen in weld metal.
KJF 611 is almost equivalent to the following flux:
Lincoln WELD 860 ; Oerlikon OP 123
KJF 611 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
A5.17 : F6A2 – EM12
A5.17 : F7A2 – EM12K
EN 760
DIN 32522
S A AB 1 57 AC
H5
B AB 1 57 AC H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
KJF 611 + KJS 120 (S2)
0.04 – 0.06
0.20 – 0.30
1.25 – 1.35
KJF 611 + KJS 122 (S2Si)
0.04 – 0.06
0.25 – 0.35
1.25 – 1.35
Technical Specifications:
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S. (Mpa)
El
%
Basicity Index
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-30°C
KJF 611 +
KJS 120 (S2)
520 - 540
410 – 430
24 - 26
50 - 65
42 - 48
KJF 611 +
KJS 122
(S2Si)
530 - 550
415 – 440
24 - 27
40 - 60
40 – 50
Density
Re-drying
Current
Packaging
1.2
1.3 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DC
Bags to 25 kg
UP-Welding Powder KJF 612
KJF 612 is an Aluminate Agglomerated Flux with excellent slag detachability even in
high temperatures. Designed for longitudinal welded pipe lines with multiple wire
systems to X70 grade. Due to the metallurgical design, the flux does not produce hard
spots in pipe welding applications. The flux is preferrred due to the low consumption
and resistance to the moisture absorption leading to low hydrogen content in weld
metal.
KJF 612 is almost equivalent to the following fluxes:
Lincoln WELD 995N ; ESAB OK 10.73
KJF 612 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
A5.17 : F7A4 – EM12
A5.23 : F8A4 – EA2 – A2
EN 760
DIN 32522
S A AB
1 67 AC H5
B AB
1 67 AC H5
Technical Specifications:
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Basicity Index
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
Mo
Density
KJF 612 + KJS
120 (S2)
0.04 – 0.06
KJF 612 + KJS
124 (S2Mo)
0.04 – 0.06
0.30 – 0.35
1.35 – 1.45
1.25 kg/dm³
-------------Re-Drying
0.30 – 0.35
1.3
1.40 – 1.60
0.40 – 0.50
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
Current
AC/DC
Packing
Bags to 25 kg
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S. (Mpa)
El
%
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-40°C
KJF 612 + KJS
120 (S2)
520 - 540
415 - 440
24 - 26
50 - 70
40 - 50
KJF 612 + KJS
124 (S2Mo)
550 - 565
460 - 470
23 - 25
50 - 65
35 - 45
UP-Welding Powder KJF 613
KJF 613 is an Aluminate Agglomerated Flux with excellent slag detachability even in
high temperatures. This flux designed for the multi run butt welding of mild, medium
and high tensile steels with good impact toughness down to -40°C. The flux is preferred
due to the low consumption and resistance to the moisture absorption leading to low
hydrogen content in weld metal and homogeneous weld bead without under cut to X80
grade.
KJF 613 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
A5.17 : F7A4 – EM12
A5.23 : F8A4 – EA2 – A2
EN 760
DIN 32522
S A AB 1 68 AC H5
B AB 1 68 AC H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
Mo
KJF 613 + KJS 120
(S2)
0.04 – 0.06
0.25 – 0.30
1.35 – 1.50
--------------
KJF 613 + KJS 124
(S2Mo)
0.04 – 0.06
0.25 – 0.30
1.40 – 1.60
0.40 – 0.50
Technical Specifications:
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Basicity Index
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S. (Mpa)
El
%
1.4
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
Density
R.T.
-40°C
Re-drying
KJF 613 + KJS
120 (S2)
510 530
410 - 435
24 - 26
65 - 80
45 – 55
KJF 613 + KJS
124 (S2Mo)
560 575
475 - 490
22 - 24
60 - 75
40 – 50
1.1 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
Current
AC/DC
Packing
Bags to 25 kg
UP-Welding Powder KJF 614
KJF 614 is an Aluminate Agglomerated Flux suitable for thick longitudinal oil
and gas pipes up to X80 grade especially for sour gas having outstanding
properties in combination with TB content wire in four wires welding. The flux
has excellent slag detachability even in high temperature with homogenous
weld bead without undercut.
KJF 614 is almost equivalent to the following flux:
LINCOLN WELD 998N
KJF 614 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 32522
A5.17 : F8A4 – EM12
A5.23 : F9A2 – EA2 – A3
S A AB 1 69 AC H5
B AB 1 69 AC H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis ( % ):
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
Mo
KJF-614 + KJS-120 (S2)
0.04 – 0.06
0.25 – 0.30
1.80 – 2.0
KJF-614 + KJS-124 (S2Mo)
0.04 – 0.06
0.30 – 0.35
1.80 – 2.0
--
0.40 – 0.50
Technical Specifications
Basicity Index
1.5
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
Density
R.T.
- 30°C
- 40°C
KJF-614 +
KJS-120 (S2)
570-590
470-490
23-25
75-90
60-75
45-65
KJF-614 +
KJS-124 (S2Mo)
620-635
540-565
20-22
65-80
45-60
35-55
Re-drying
1.25 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
Current
AC/DC
Packing
Bags to 25 kg
UP-Welding Powder KJF 620
KJF 620 is an Aluminate Basic Agglomerated Flux. Having clean weld bead and
easy slag detachability for thin plates of normal speed both flat and fillet welding
however the slag detachability looks slightly difficult for thick plates with speed
welding of lower than 40cm/min, thus for thick plates of more than 20mm KJF 625 is
recommended. KJF 620 flux meets appropriate mechanical properties and impact
strength at 0°C and is suitable for welding on structural steel and metal construction.
KJF 620 is almost equivalent to the following flux:
ESAB OK Flux 10.83
KJF 620 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 32522
A5.17 : F7A0 – EL12
A5.17 : F7A0 – EM12
S A AB
1 79 AC
B AB 1 79AC
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis ( % ):
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
P
S
KJF-620 +
KJS-110 (S1)
0.04 - 0.05
0.20 – 0.35
1.25 – 1.45
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJF-614 +
KJS-120 (S2)
0.04 – 0.05
0.25 – 0.40
1.5 – 1.75
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
Technical Specifications
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties:
Basicity Index
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
KJF-620 +
KJS-110 (S1)
510-530
KJF-620 +
KJS-120 (S2)
520-535
Y.S.
(Mpa)
410-430
420-435
El
%
24-26
25-27
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
Density
0°C
-20°C
60-75
--
--
Re-drying
1.25
1.25 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
Current
AC/DCEP
Packing
Bags to 25 kg
40-55
UP-Welding Powder KJF 910
KJF 910 is a Fluoride Basic Agglomerated Flux, suitable for welding high resistance low
alloy steels (A516Gr, X70, E36, A36) shipbuilding, offshore, heat exchangers, boilers.
Having proper mechanical and metallurgical properteis and it suits multi pass joints with
regular weld bead.
It meets the approval of GL & BV Institutes.
KJF 910 is almost equivalent to the following fluxes:
LINCOLN WELD 8500 ; ESAB OK 10.61
KJF 910 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
A5.17:F7A2-EM12
A5.17:F7P6-EH14
A5.23:F8A2-EA2
EN 760
DIN 32522
S A FB
1 55 AC H5
B FB
1 55 AC H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
Mo
KJF 910 +
KJS 120 (S2)
0.04 - 0.06
0.2 - 0.3
0.8 - 1.0
--
KJF 910 +
KJS 126 (S4)
0.06 - 0.08
0.2 - 0.3
1.5 - 1.6
--
KJF 910 +
KJS 124 (S2Mo)
0.04 - 0.06
0.2 - 0.3
0.85 - 1.05
0.4 - 0.5
Technical Specifications
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
A (%)
Charpy Impact
ISO – V(J)
Basicity Index
R.T.
-30°C
-50°C
-60°C
25
–
27
85 - 95
40 - 55
--
--
KJF 910 +
KJS 120 (S2)
520
–
540
415 – 430
KJF 910 +
KJS 126 (S4)
P.W.
510
–
540
410 – 435
24
–
26
--
--
60 - 70
40 – 50
KJF 910 +
KJS 124
(S2Mo)
570
–
590
480 – 500
23
–
25
65 - 85
35 - 50
--
--
Density
Re-drying
2.5
1.2 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
Current
AC/DCEP
Packing
Bags to 25 kg
UP-Welding Powder KJF 915
KJF 915 is a fluoride basic agglomerated flux, suitable for cladding on heat
resistance, ferritic & martensitic stainless steels. The weld metal is completely
neutral and content of Carbon, Silicium and Manganese, on multi – pass welding
is constant. Very low Hydrogen content in weld metal. Easy slag detachability
even in high temperatures, it can be also used conveniently in cladding and
surfacing with flux cored wire (FIFO Method) especially in oscillation welding.
KJF 915 is almost equivalent to the following flux:
SOUDO METAL RECORD SR ; ESAB OK Flux 10.61
KJF 915 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
A5.17 : F7A0 – EM12
EN 760
S A FB 2 77 AC H5
DIN 32522
B FB 2 77 AC H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis(%)
Flux + Wire
C
Si
Mn
KJF-915 +
KJS-120 (S2)
0.04 0.06
0.6 0.7
1.3 1.5
KJF-915 +
KJTUBS-322
0.04 0.06
0.5 0.6
1.0 1.1
0.45 0.55
KJF-915 +
KJTUBS-414
0.05 0.07
0.6 0.8
0.7 0.9
0.9 1.1
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties:
U.T.S.
Y.S.
Flux + Wire
(Mpa)
(Mpa)
KJF-620 +
KJS-110 (S1)
KJF-620 +
KJS-120 (S2)
Mo
--
El
%
530-550
415-430
25-27
810-820
615-630
21-22
Ni
Cr
--
Cu
--
<0.2
1.8 -2.0
1.1 1.2
<0.2
4.0 5.0
12.5 13.5
<0.2
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
0°C
60 - 75
35 - 45
100 - 110
Technical Specification:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-drying
Current
Packing
2.45
1.20 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DCEP
Bags to 25 kg
--
UP-Welding Powder KJF 920
KJF 920 is a fluoride basic agglomerated flux, suitable for surfacing and cladding
especially with flux cored wire (FIFO method). Appropriate for stringer bid welding
due to ist higher melting point compared with KJF 915. Ideal for train wheel rebuild
and cladding, as well as welding the medium carbon high alloy superior hardness
steels. Easy slag detachability even in high temperatures with smooth and it has an
excellent surface finish. Very low Hydrogen content in weld metal.
KJF 920 is almost equivalent to the following fluxes:
ESAB OK 10.61 & 10.62
KJF 920 – Data Sheet
Standard
EN 760
S A AR 1 76 AC
AWS
A5.17 : F7AZ – EM12
A5.17 : F7A0 – EH14
Flux + Wire
KJF 920 + KJS
120 (S2)
KJF 920 +
KJUTBS 320
KJF 920 +
KJUTBS 350
Flux + Wire
KJF 920 +
KJS 120 (S2)
KJF 920 +
KJTUBS
320
C
0.060.09
0.060.08
0.250.45
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
550 - 570
KJF 920 +
KJTUBS 350
DIN 32522
B AR 1 76 AC
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Si
Mn
Cr
Mo
0.71.3 - 1.5
--0.9
0.7-1.0 1.0 - 1.2
1.2 -1.5 0.4 -0.6
0.70.9
1.5 - 1.7
5.0 -6.0
1.7 -1.9
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Y.S.
El
(Mpa)
%
440 - 460
25 - 26
W
--
V
--
Ni
--
--
--
--
1.2 -1.4
0.15
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
0°C
65 - 75
27 – 36 HRC / As Welded
50 – 56 HRC / As Welded
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-Drying
Current
Packing
0.2 -0.3
2.4
1.3 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DCEP
Bags to 25 kg
0°C
UP-Welding Powder KJF 921
KJF 921 is a fluoride basic agglomerated flux with excellent slag detachability
even in high temperatures and can be used for welding austenitic stainless stell
types: 316L, 308L, 347 and very low Hydrogen content in weld metal. It is also
extensively used in stainless steel butt welding.
KJF 921 is almost equivalent to the following flux:
ESAB OK 10.93
KJF 921 – Data Sheet
Standard
EN 760
S A FB 2 DC H5
Flux + Wire
KJF 921 + KJS 308L
KJF 921 + KJS 316L
C
< 0.03
< 0.03
Flux + Wire
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
DIN 32522
B FB 2 DC H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Si
Mn
Cr
0.5-0.7
1.1 - 1.3 18 - 20
0.5-0.7
1.3 - 1.5 17 - 19
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Y.S.
A
(Mpa)
%
Ni
10 - 12
10 - 13
Mo
-2.0 - 2.5
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
-20°C
-60°C
KJF 921 +
KJS 308L
540 – 560
380 - 400
35 - 40
55 - 75
45 - 65
KJF 921 +
KJS 316L
545 - 565
385 - 405
37 – 42
--
70 - 90
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-drying
Current
Packing
2.8
1.2 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DCEP
Bags to 25 kg
UP-Welding Powder KJF 933
KJF 933 is a fluoride basic agglomerated flux suitable for cladding and surfacing
using carbon steel Flux Cored Wire increasing C and Cr to the welded point to
enhance the hardness leaving weld metal with appropriate harness without any
crack. The flux has an excellent detachability even in high temperature with smooth
and homogenous weld bead and low hydrogen content in weld metal.
KJF 933 – Data Sheet
Standard
EN 760
S A FB 2 C Cr DC H5
Flux + Wire
KJF 933 + KJS
110 (S1)
C
0.15 - 0.20
Flux + Wire
KJF 933 +
KJS 110 (S1)
DIN 32522
B FB 2 C Cr DC
H5
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
Si
Mn
0.7- 0.9
1.0 - 1.2
Cr
1.5 - 1.7
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
2 layer weld metal Hardness (6mm)
Hardness: 32 – 37 HRC
Cooling under blanket until to 40°C
Technical Specifications:
Basicity Index
Density
Re-drying
Current
Packing
2.4
1.3 kg/dm³
350 ± 25°C / 2hr
AC/DCEP
Bags to 25 kg
II. Welding Wire
Since 10 years we sell with our business partners Corodur Verschleißschutz Thale and
Kavosh Joosh Company various arts of Welding Wire. Our range of welding wire is the
follow: Cored Wire, Sinter Belt, Flux Cored Wire, Welding Wire (UP), Solid Wire
(SG 1 – SG 3) and TIG Rods. Also we offer various special developments (on request).
Your advantages:
- Delivery: from stock
- Better quality (demonstrably)
- Labeling according to your wishes
- Better prices than the big companies (ESAB, Oerlikon or Lincoln)
Also we send you, in advance a free offer of our products. Please tell us your quanitity, so
that we can make a competitive offer for you.
For further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
We will help you as good as we can.
A: Cored wire
We manufacture our cored wire as fold wire with diameters ranging from 1.2 mm to 4.0
mm for the gasless of open-arc welding, MIG welding and submerged arc welding.
Depending on the type of alloy and welding this welding process will be offered with slag
control as with metal powder characteristics.
Overview of the various Cored Wires:
- Cold solidified austenitic hardfacing alloys
- Impact resistant hardfacing alloys, tool steel alloys
- High abrasion resistant hardfacing alloys
- Nickel-based alloys, cobalt based alloys
- Chromium-nickel alloys for corrosion resistant claddings
- Alloys for cast iron cold welding
- Special alloys with tungsten carbides
- MSG-copper based solder wires
Additional we offer:
- Rapid and low-cost manufacturing - also lots of patterns
- Development and optimization of alloys for cladding
- Develop proposals for wear problems
- Materials Characterization
Cored Wire – a little overview of our range
Product Name
Chemical Properties in %
Mo
Co
Nb
Hardness
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Ni
Corthal 200 K
0,1
0,4
6
19
8,5
180 – 200 HB
solidified 400 HB
Corthal 240 K
1
0,4
14
4
0,6
200 – 230 HB
solidified 450 HB
Corthal 250 K
0,4
0,4
16
14
1,2
Corthal 300
0,1
0,5
1,5
1,5
Corthal 310
0,12
11,5
Corthal 328
0,08
6
0,6
V
0,2
0,4
2
1
0,7
0,2
0,1
W
Application
So.
Hammers,
High-impact,
Buffer layers,
Rolls,
Seemed,
Crusher
220 – 250 HB
solidified 500 HB
280 – 325 HB
Pulleys, Wheels, Waves
43 – 45 HRC
Casting Rolls
280 – 325 HB
Block & Stick Rollers
Additional Products you will get on request!!!
B. Sinter belt
As good alternative for Solid Strip Electrodes we sell Sinter belt. Our sinter belt have prove in the international
market since many years. A big advantage from our sinter belt are the low production costs and the good
availability (also for a small quantity). The production of the sintered tapes are, after the arithmetic
determination of the target analysis, by mixing the different powder components. By means of a rolling mill,
the Powder mixture is then a green tape which is compressed and rolled into a coil. Then this raw strip is
passed through a sintering furnace, in which a reducing atmosphere is sintered to form a stable, flexible band.
Finally, in a cutting machine, the tape at the edges trimmed, brushed and cut to the appropriate width.
Advantages of the Sinter belt:
- High deposition rates in UP and RES methods
- Width alloy diversity is possible
- Adjustments to customer specifications
- Cost-effective production even in small quantities
- Late Availability
- Precise alloy setting
We can offer:
- Sinter belt for UP and RES deposition welding (width 30 & 60 mm)
- Very good alternative for solid strip electrodes
- Good availability – also for a small quantity of 10kg
- Material development
- Standard alloys as:
- Nickel
- Cobalt
- Abrasion resistant
- Corrosion resistant
Sinter belt – a little overview about our range
Corrosion resistant
Product Name
C
Cr
Ni
Mo
Mn
Si
Nb
N
Corosint 309 L
0,01
23
12
0,2
1,8
0,4
-
+
Corosint 308 L
0,01
20
10,5
< 0,2
1,8
0,4
-
+
Abrasion resistant
Product Name
C
Cr
Ni
Mo
Mn
Other
Corosint
1.4370
0,06
18
8
-
6
Si 0,5
Corosint 601
0,31
7
0,3
1,6
3
W 1,9 V 0,2
Product Name
C
Cr
Co
W
Mo
Si
Mn
Fe
Hardness
(HRC)
Corosint 6
1,1
28
Rest
4,5
-
1
0,6
< 2,5
40 – 43
Corosint 21
0,25
27
Rest
-
5,5
0,8
0,3
< 2,5
30 – 35
Product Name
C
Cr
Ni
Mo
Mn
Other
Corosint 625
0,01
23
Rest
9
0,2
Nb 3,5 Fe < 5,0
Corosint 825
0,01
32
Rest
8
2,3
Nb 0,2 Fe 4,5
Cobalt
Nickel
Additional Products you will get on request!!!
C. Flux Cored Wire
With the designation „Sp“ you will find our Flux Cored Wire specially for flame spraying,
high velocity flame spraying or arc spray.
On the basis of the different procedural principles you must by choosing of the right sharp
wire distinguish between the different injection processes. There are little differences of
quarry aggregates which decide for a very good cored wire.
We offer:
- Optimized Cored Wire for arc spray
- Optimized Cored Wire for flame and velocity flame spraying
- A different kind of Standard and Special alloys with the necessary wire diameters
- Good availability – also for a small quantity
- Material development for Flux Cored Wire
- Edit from solutions for Flux Cored Wire tasks in a top application center
- Layer characterization
Flux Cored Wire – a little overview about our range
Product Name
Chemical Properties in %
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Ni
Mo
Cu
Nb
V
Application
W
Fe
Other
Thaloy NiAl
80 – 20 Sp
R
Al 20
Thaloy NiAl
85 – 15 Sp
R
Al 15
Thaloy NiAl
90 – 10 Sp
R
Al 10
Thaloy NiAl
95 – 5 Sp
R
Al 5
Primer, oxidation resistant
Additional Products you will get on request!!!
D. Special developments
Additional we can offer different kinds of special developments
(e.g. tank construction, steel construction, mining) an.
When you want to know more about our special developments, please contact
us. We will sent a competitive offer for you.
E. UP-Welding Wire
KJS 110
KJS 110 is suitable for submerged arc welding of low alloy and C-Mn Steel. The wire is
widely used with KJF 510, KJF 610 or KJF 620 for Structural Steels and high speed
welding. Current: DCEP
KJS 110 is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 143 ; ESAB Autrod 12.10
KJS 110 – Data Sheet
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
P
S
Wire Rod (S1)
0.06 - 0.10
Max 0.1
0.35 - 0.55
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 110(S1) +
KJF 510
0.06 - 0.09
0.2 - 0.3
1.5 - 1.6
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 110(S1) +
KJF 610
0.04 - 0.07
0.2 - 0.3
0.85 - 1.05
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 110(S1) +
KJF 620
0.03 - 0.05
0.25 - 0.35
1.25 - 1.35
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
Standard
AWS
A5.17: EL12
EN 760
S1
DIN 8557
S1
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Spool (15kg)
1.20 – 1.60 – 2.0 – 2.40
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-30°C
-40°C
KJS
110(S1)+
KJF 510
525540
420435
25-27
65-75
--
--
KJS
110(S1)+
KJF 610
525535
415430
24-26
85-95
65-75
45-55
KJS
110(S1)+
KJF620
510520
410425
24-26
70-85
40-55
--
KJS 120
KJS 120 is suitable für submerged arc welding of low alloy and C-Mn Steel. The wire is
widely used with KJF 510, KJF 610 or KJF 620 for Structural Steels and high speed
welding. It is also applicable with KJF 610 having suitable properties appropriate for
tanks, pipe mills and marine industries.
Current: DCEP
KJS 120 is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 135 ; ESAB Autrod 12.20
KJS 120 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 8557
A5.17: EM12
S2
S2
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
P
S
Wire Rod (S2)
0.06 - 0.10
Max 0.1
0.85 - 1.05
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 120(S2)+
KJF 510
0.04 - 0.06
0.55 - 0.65
1.45 - 1.60
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 120(S2)+
KJF 610
0.06 - 0.08
0.25 - 0.35
1.50 - 1.70
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 120(S2)+
KJF 620
0.04 - 0.05
0.25 - 0.40
1.25 - 1.45
Max 0.03
Packing
Wire diameter (mm)
Spool (15kg)
1.20 – 1.60 – 2.0 – 2.40
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Max 0.03
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-20°C
-30°C
-40°C
KJS 120(S2)+
KJF 510
515 - 535
415 - 430
25 - 27
65-85
--
40-50
--
KJS 120(S2)+
KJF 610
510 - 540
430 - 450
24 - 26
75-90
42-48
--
30-38
KJS 120(S2)+
KJF620
520 - 535
420 - 435
24 - 27
85-95
--
42 -48
30-38
KJS 122
KJS 122 is suitable for submerged arc welding of low alloy and C-Mn Steel. The
wire is widely used with KJF 610 or KJF 210 for Pipe Mills. It is also applicable with
KJF 910 having suitable properties appropriate for offshore and marine industries.
Current: DCEP
KJS 122 is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 129 ; ESAB Autrod 12.22
KJS 122 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 8557
A5.17: EM12K
S2Si
S2Si
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
P
S
Wire Rod (S2Si)
0.06 - 0.10
0.15 – 0.25
0.85 - 1.05
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 122(S2Si) +
KJF 610
0.04 - 0.06
0.30 - 0.45
1.45 - 1.65
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 122(S1) +
KJF 910
0.03 - 0.06
0.25 - 0.35
0.95 -1.15
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-30°C
-40°C
KJS 122(S2Si)+
KJF 610
540
560
435-460
24-26
70 - 85
50 - 60
40 - 50
KJS 122(S2Si)+
KJF 910
520
540
415-440
25-27
70 - 90
60 - 75
50 - 65
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Spool (15kg)
1.20 – 1.60 – 2.0 – 2.40
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
KJS 123
KJS 123 is suitable for submerged arc welding of low alloy and C-Mn Steel and fine
grained high strength steels. The wire having suitable metallurgical properties is used
with KJF 610 or KJF 910 for high-pressure tanks and offshore.
Current: DCEP
KJS 123 is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 133U ; ESAB Autrod 12.32
KJS 123 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 8557
A5.17: EH12K
S3Si
S3Si
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
P
S
Wire Rod (S3Si)
0.06 - 0.10
0.15 – 0.25
0.35 - 1.65
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 123(S3Si) +
KJF 610
0.04 - 0.06
0.30 - 0.45
1.55 - 1.75
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 123(S3Si) +
KJF 910
0.04 - 0.06
0.25 - 0.35
1.05 -1.25
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
Weld Metal Mechnical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Spool (15kg)
1.20 – 1.60 – 2.0 – 2.40
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-40°C
KJS 123(S3Si)+
KJF 610
550
570
435-450
24-26
50 - 60
35 - 45
KJS 123(S3Si)+
KJF 910
540
560
445-460
23-25
40 - 50
30 - 45
KJS 125
KJS 125 is suitable for submerged arc welding of a series of steels including
Molybdenum, high strength, fine grain and low temperature ones.
Current: DCEP
KJS 125 is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 141 ; ESAB Autrod 12.34
KJS 125 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 8557
A5.23: EA4
S3Mo
S3Mo
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
Mo
P
S
Wire Rod (S3Mo)
0.07 - 0.1
Max 0.2
1.25-1.65
0.5-0.6
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 125(S3Mo) +
KJF 610
0.05-0.08
0.30-0.40
1.30-1.60
0.5-0.6
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 125(S3Mo) +
KJF 910
0.05-0.08
0.4 - 0.50
1.40-1.60
0.5-0.6
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
-20°C
-40°C
KJS
125(S3Mo)+
KJF 910
630-650
520-550
21-22
85 - 100
75 - 85
45 - 60
KJS
125(S3Mo)+
KJF 915
660-680
550-570
20-22
95 - 110
80 - 90
55 - 70
KJS 126
KJS 126 is within the semi-killed wires suitable for submerged arc welding of low alloy CMn and fine grain steels. Using KJF 610 and KJF 910 applyingheat treatment cycle would
ensure appropriate U.T.S. and Charpy Index in -60°C.
Current: DCEP
KJS 126 is almost equivalent to the following wire:
ESAB Autrod 12.40
KJS 126 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 8557
S4
S4
A5.17: EH14
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
P
S
Wire Rod (S4)
0.12 - 0.18
Max 0.1
1.75 - 2.2
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 126(S4) +
KJF 610
0.10 - 0.15
0.30 - 0.40
1.85 - 2.0
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS 126(S4) +
KJF 910
0.10 - 0.15
0.20 - 0.30
1.50 -1.60
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
-40°C
-50°C
-60°C
KJS 126(S4)+
KJF 610 pw
520-540
430-445
23-25
45-55
33-38
--
KJS 126(S4)+
KJF 910 pw
510-530
410-435
24-26
--
60-70
40 - 50
KJS 128
KJS 128 Cr-Mo is suitable for submerged arc welding of low alloy heat and creep
resistant as well as fine grain steels having working temperature of higher than
550°C.
Current: DCEP
KJS 128 is almost equivalent to the following wires:
ESAB Autrod 13.10 ; KJTUBS 310
KJS 128 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
DIN 8557
A5.23:EB2
S2CrMo1
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
Mo
Cr
P
S
Wire Rod
(S2CrMo1)
0.06-0.1
Max 0.1
0.85-1.05
0.4-0.5
1.0-1.2
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
KJS128(S2CrMo1)+
KJF 610
0.06-0.08
0.40-0.60
1.0-1.20
0.4-0.5
1.0-1.2
Max 0.03
Max 0.03
Weld Metal Mechnical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Spool (15kg)
1.20 – 1.60 – 2.0 – 2.40
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
KJS
128(S2CrMo1)
+
KJF 915
690
710
620-440
22-25
100-130
KJS 129
KJS 129 enjoys Titanium Boron alloy providing highly desirable metallurgical properties
and extensively applies to welding and producing large diameter sour gas pipes using KJF
612 and KJF 614.
Current: DCEP
KJS 129 is almost equivalent to the following wire:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 140ATB
KJS 129 – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 760
DIN 8557
A5.23: EG
S2MoTB
S2MoTB
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
Mo
P
S
Wire Rod (S2MoTB)
0.06-0.10
Max 0.10
0.85-1.05
0.4-0.5
0.1
+
KJS 129(S2MoTB) +
KJF 614
0.04-0.08
0.30-0.40
1.70-1.90
0.4-0.5
0.1
+
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
El
%
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Spool (15kg)
1.20 – 1.60 -2.0 – 2.40
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
R.T.
KJS125
(S2MoTB)+
KJF 614
640
660
550-565
20-22
45-60
KJS 308L
KJS 308L is a low carbon Stainless Steel Wire suitable for Submerged arc welding of
Austenitic steels including AISI 301, 304, 304L and 19Cr10Ni
Current: DCEP
KJS 308L is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 304L ; ESAB Autrod 16.10
KJS 308L – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 12072
A5.9: 308L
S 19 9L
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Mo
Ni
Wire Rod(308L)
Max 0.25
0.4-0.65
1.0-2.5
19.5-22.0
Max 0.75
9.0-11.0
KJS 308L +
KJF 921
Max 0.25
0.5-0.7
1.1-1.3
20.0-21.0
Max 0.5
9.5-10.5
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
KJS 308L +
KJF 921
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
540
560
Y.S.
(Mpa)
380-400
RA
%
35-40
Packing
Wire Diameter (mm)
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
-20°C
-60°C
55-75
45-60
KJS 309L
KJS 309L is a low carbon high alloy Stainless Steel Wire suitable for submerged arc
welding and for mild steel to stainless steel jont as well as buffer or final rebuilding
layers.
Current: DCEP
KJS 309L is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 309L ; ESAB Autrod 16.53
KJS 309L – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 12072
A5.9: 309L
S 23 12L
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Mo
Ni
Wire Rod (308L)
Max 0.25
0.4-0.65
1.0-2.5
23.0-25.0
Max 0.75
12.0-14.0
KJS 309L +
KJF 921
Max 0.25
0.45-0.6
1.1-1.8
23.0-24.0
Max 0.5
11.5-13.5
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
RA
%
545
560
390-410
35-42
Wire Diameter (mm)
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
-20°C
KJS 309L +
KJF 921
Packing
55-75
KJS 316L
KJS 316L is a low carbon Stainless Steel Wire suitable for submerged arc welding
and joints of wear resistant steels including AISI 316, AISI 316L and 18Cr10Ni3Mo
Current: DCEP
KJS 316L is almost equivalent to the following wires:
LINCOLN Electric LNS 316L ; ESAB Autrod 16.30
KJS 316L – Data Sheet
Standard
AWS
EN 12072
A5.9: 316L
S 1912 3L
Weld Metal Chemical Analysis (%)
C
Si
Mn
Cr
Mo
Ni
Wire Rod (316L)
Max 0.25
0.4-0.65
1.0-2.5
18.0-20.0
2.0-3.0
11.0-14.0
KJS 316L +
KJF 921
Max 0.25
0.5-0.7
1.3-1.7
17.0-19.0
2.0-2.5
11.0-13.0
Weld Metal Mechanical Properties
Wire + Flux
U.T.S.
(Mpa)
Y.S.
(Mpa)
RA
%
545
565
385-405
37-42
Wire Diameter (mm)
Coil/Drum (25kg)
2.40 – 3.0 – 3.20 – 4.0 – 5.0
Charpy Impact
ISO – V (J)
-60°C
KJS 316L +
KJF 921
Packing
70-90
F: Solid Wire SG 1, SG 2 & SG 3
SG 1
Description
Standard
SG 2
SG 3
- Welding of thin walled parts
- Root pass welding
- For making galvanized coating
- TIG welding of pipes
- Steel construction and machinery production
- Welding of ships, boiler tanks, pipe parts
- Welding of thin walled steels
- Thin sheet welding in automotive industry
- Used for the same welding purposes as SG 2
- Its resistance is increased by Si-Mn
- Low spatter although usedunder CO2
atmosphere
- Excellent wire feeding capability
EN 440: G2 Si1
DIN 8559: SG 1
AWS A5.18: ER 70 S-3
EN 440: G3 Si1
DIN 8559: SG 2
AWS A5.18: R 70 S-6
EN 440: G4 Si1
DIN 8559: SG 3
AWS A5.18: ER 70 S-6
Chemical
Composition
(%)
C
0,07
Si
0,85
Mn
1,20
C
0,07
Si
0,85
Mechanical
Properties
(TIG)
YS
N/mm²
Min.420
TS
N/mm²
500/640
IS
Iso-V-40°
Min.47 J
YS
N/mm²
Min.460
TS
N/mm²
530/680
Mn
1,45
IS
Iso-V-40°
Min.47 J
C
0,07
EI
L = 5D
(%)
Min. 27
YS
N/mm²
Min.50
0
Si
0,85
TS
N/mm²
560/720
IS
Iso-V-40°
Min.47 J
Mn
Min. 1,75
EI
L = 5D
(%)
Min. 25
G: TIG Rods
Alu 4043 Al Si 5
a.) Alu Wire / 6kg D300 and 7 kg S300
b.) TIG / x 1000 mm / 2,5 kg (16 tubes in cartions of 40 kg) and 10 kg
Alu 5356 Al Mg 5
a.) Alu Wire / 6kg D300 and 7 kg S300
b.) TIG / x 1000 mm / 2,5 kg
(16 tubes in cartions of 40 kg) and 10 kg
Description
A Silicon alloyed Aluminium welding wires and rods for TIG and MIG
welding laminates, draw pieces, and casting of Al Si alloys with a Silicon
content max. 6%. Not suitable for anodising. This filler metal has excellent
properties of smoothness.
Welding Wires and rods for TIG and MIG welding of
Aluminium alloys with Magnesium content max. 6%. This
Magnesium alloyed Aluminium, thanks to its excellent
corrosion resistance and its high mechanical properties
are used in ship yards, car and railway industry.
Chemical
Composition
(%)
Si
4.5-6
Fe
0,6
Cu
0,05
Mn
0,05
Mg
0,05
Si
0,20
Fe
0,40
Cu
0,10
Mn
0,05-2
Mg
4,5
5,5
Zn
0,10
Ti
0,02
Be
0,0008
Al
rem
Other
0,15
Zn
0,10
Ti
0,06
0,12
Be
0,0008
Cr
0,05
0,20
Al
rem
---------Other
0,15
Rp 0,2
(N/mm²)
115 - 140
A (%)
25 - 35
Tf (°C)
562 – 633
Mechanical
Properties
(TIG)
Diameter
(in mm)
Rm
(N/mm²)
105 - 130
Rp 0,2
(N/mm²)
70 - 90
A (%)
15 – 25
Tf (°C)
573 - 625
0,80 – 0,90 – 1,00 – 1,20 – 1,60 – 2,00 – 2,40 – 3,20 – 4,00
Rm
(N/mm²)
275 - 315
0,80 – 0,90 – 1,00 – 1,20 – 1,60 – 2,00 – 2,40 – 3,20 –
4,00
Alu 1070 (TIG / x 1000 mm/2,5 kg; 16 Tubes in Cartons of 40 kg and 10 kg)
Aluminium used to weld pure aluminium with applications in Electrotechnical, chemical and
food industries.
Chemical Analysis (%)
Al
Si
Fe
Mg
Zn
rem
<0,15
<0,15
<0,02
<0,06
Cu
Mn
Cr
Ti
Be
<0,02
<0,02
<0,02
<0,0008
Mechanical Properties (TIG)
Tensile Strenght
(Rm) N/mm²
Yeld Strenght
Rp 0.2 N/mm²
Elongation L=5d
(%)
60
22
40 %
Available Sizes:
MIG: 0,8 – 2,4 mm
TIG: 1,6 – 4,0 mm
Alu 5183
Aluminium Wires to Weld when high strength and resistance to Sea water corrosion are required.
Material to be welded
Al Mg 4,5 Mn – Al Mg 5 - Al Mg 2 Mn 0,8
Al Zn Mg 1 – Al Zn Mg Cu 0,5 – Al Mg Si 0,5
Al Mg Si1 – G Al Mg 10 - G Al Mg 5 – G Al Mg 3 Si
G – Al Mg 5 Si
Al
Shielding Gas for Gmaw/Gtaw
rem
Ar 99,95% min
Ar 75% + He 25%
Ar 50% + He 50%
Cu
<0,05
Available Size
MIG 0,80 – 2,40 mm
TIG 1,60 – 4,00 mm
Chemical Composition (%)
Si
<0,25
Fe
<0,40
Mg
4,30
–
5,25
Zn
<0,25
Mn
0,60
–
1,00
Cr
0,05
–
0,25
Ti
0,07- 0,15
Be
<0,0008
Mechanical Properties (TIG)
Tensile Strenght
(Rm) N/mm²
Yeld Strenght
Rp 0,2 N/mm²
Elongation
L = 5d (%)
275
125
17
ER80S-G
ER100S-G
Description
Low alloy Mild Steel wires suitable for welding under protective
gases (Ar/CO2 or CO2) of self or coated steels. The presence of
Copper together with Chronium (Cr) and Nickel (Ni) grants to
obtain welds characterised by high resistance to the
atmospheric corrosion same as those base material welded. It is
therfore suitable for welding of outdoors structures where the
fundamental requirement is the duration (e.g. bridges, cranes)
Mild steel low alloyed Ni-Cr-Mo welding wire used for
welding under protective gases.Preferred gas mix is
Ar/CO2, but can even be used with pure CO2 gas. It´s
used for single and multipass welds for low alloyed
steels with high resistivity having yield strength over
650 N/mm² and tensile strength up to 850 N/mm. It is
also valid for welds at low temperature. Fields of use
are the Chemical and Oil heavy industry,
manufacturing of industrial machines, heavy
carpentry, off-shore industry etc.
Chemical
Analysis (%)
C
0,05 – 0,10
Mn
1,30 – 1,60
Si
0,65
–
1,00
S
0,025
C
0,06
–
0,09
Mn
1,25
–
1,80
Si
0,40
–
0,70
S
0,02
5
P
0,02
5
P
0,025
Cu
0,25 – 0,45
Ni
0,65
–
0,85
Cr
0,25
–
0,55
Ni
1,40
–
1,80
Cr
0,20
–
0,40
Mo
0,20
–
0,55
Cu
0,25
V
0,10
Mechanical
Properties
Rm N/mm²
Re
N/mm²
A5
(%)
Kv J
–
20°C
Gas
Rm N/mm²
Re
N/mm
A5(%)
Kv J
–
20°C
Gas Mix
550-650
420
24
70
Ar/CO2
(M21)
750 - 850
650
16
50
Ar/CO2
(M21)
Power
DC +
DC +
Gas
Ar/CO2-Ar/CO2/O2-CO2 (EN439: M2, M3, C1)
Ar/CO2-Ar/CO2/O2-CO2 (EN439:M2, C1)
Classification
AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-G
EN12534-99 G55 2 M Mn 3 Ni
AWS A5.28-96: ER100S-G/T1S
EN12534-99 G69 4 M Mn 3 Ni 1 Cr Mo
Packaging for the Products F + G
Size per Coil
Packaging Units
(per Carton)
Dimensions of the Pallets
D 100
700 g – 1 kg
D 200
5 kg
D 300
15 – 20 kg
S 300
Sandvik 15 – 18 kg
K 300
15 – 18 kg
Standard pack
50 kg
Standard pack
100 kg
Standard pack
250 kg
Standard pack
350 kg
Standard pack
450 kg
Eco pack
250 kg
Number of
boxes
Weight in kg
Dimension
( L X B)
in cm
Height
in cm
72
1080
93 x 93
94
50
750
120 x 80
74
56
840
120 x 80
(EUR)
74
72
1080
120 x 93
74
72
1080
72 x 93
124
Imprint
Address:
IAM GmbH
Konrad-Adenauer-Ring 61
69226 Nußloch
Phone: +49 6221 72 68 650
Fax: +49 6221 72 68 553
Website: www.iam24.de
e-Mail: [email protected]
Manager: Herr Dipl. Ing. Reza Müller ([email protected])
Opening Times:
Mo – Do: 08:00 – 16:30 Uhr
Fr:
08:30 – 14:00 Uhr
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