An electrode for joining dissimilar steels and depositing cladding on ferritic steels. The ferritic-austenitic Cr-Ni weld metal contains approximately 50% of delta-ferrite and is non-scaling up to +1100˚C. High resistance to cracking and is suited for joining difficult to weld steels and depositing buffer layers on crack sensitive base metals. Easy arc striking and restriking. Fine metal droplet transfer, good fusion of joint faces, finely rippled bead surface and easy slag removal.
AWS/ASME SFA 5.4 E312-16 ● EN1600 E 29 9 R 12
DIN 8556 E29 9 R26 ● TS2716 E29 9 R26
Typical Mechanical Properties of Weld metal
Tensile Strength: 810N/mm2
Impact Values: 50 (J)+20°C
Typical Weld metal Analysis
C 0.10%, Si 0.90%, Mn: 0.10%, Cr 29%, Ni 10.0%