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Weld Star - Alloy 625|ER NiCrMo-3 (1.0mm) 15kg

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Order Code: 6031100099

Features and Applications

High nickel alloy wire developed for welding and cladding nickel-based alloys such as 625 or similar material.

Solid drawn in a very special way to obtain cleaner and higher quality welds with a bright seam and excellent ductility.

The weld metal has very good mechanical properties at high and low temperatures.

Good resistance to pitting and stress corrosion.

Recommended working temperature ranges from cryogenic to 540°C.

Precision layer wound for superior wire feeding characteristics.

Typically used in the chemical process industry, marine engineering, nuclear reactor components, aerospace and within pollution control equipment etc.

Test Certificates can be found online @wilkinsonstar247.com

  

Typical Base Materials

Inconel 601, Incoloy 800, Alloy 625, Alloy 825, Alloy 926*
* Illustrative, not exhaustive list

 

Standards
EN ISO 18274 - Ni 6625 - NiCr22Mo9Nb
AWS A5.14 - ER NiCrMo-3

 

Chemical Composition %
C% Mn% Fe% P% S% Si% Cu%
max max max max max max max
0.10 0.50 0.50 0.015 0.015 0.50 0.50
             
Ni% Co% Al% Ti% Cr% Nb+Ta% Mo%
60.00 max max max 20.00 3.15 8.00
min 1.0 0.40 0.40 23.00 4.15 10.00

 

Mechanical Properties
Tensile Strength ≥760 MPa  
Yield Strength ≥415 MPa
 
Elongation ≥35%  
Impact Strength ≥100 J  

Mechanical properties are approximate and may vary based on the heat, shielding gas, welding parameters and other factors.

 

Shielding Gases

EN ISO 14175 - I1, I3

 

Welding Positions

EN ISO 6947 - PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF

 

Packaging Data
Diameter

Weight

Spool Pallet Qty

1.00 mm

1.20 mm

15 Kg

15 Kg

BS300

BS300

72

72

Liability: Whilst all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained, this information is subject to change without notice and can be only considered as suitable for general guidance.

Features and Applications

High nickel alloy wire developed for welding and cladding nickel-based alloys such as 625 or similar material.

Solid drawn in a very special way to obtain cleaner and higher quality welds with a bright seam and excellent ductility.

The weld metal has very good mechanical properties at high and low temperatures.

Good resistance to pitting and stress corrosion.

Recommended working temperature ranges from cryogenic to 540°C.

Precision layer wound for superior wire feeding characteristics.

Typically used in the chemical process industry, marine engineering, nuclear reactor components, aerospace and within pollution control equipment etc.

Test Certificates can be found online @wilkinsonstar247.com

  

Typical Base Materials

Inconel 601, Incoloy 800, Alloy 625, Alloy 825, Alloy 926*
* Illustrative, not exhaustive list

 

Standards
EN ISO 18274 - Ni 6625 - NiCr22Mo9Nb
AWS A5.14 - ER NiCrMo-3

 

Chemical Composition %
C% Mn% Fe% P% S% Si% Cu%
max max max max max max max
0.10 0.50 0.50 0.015 0.015 0.50 0.50
             
Ni% Co% Al% Ti% Cr% Nb+Ta% Mo%
60.00 max max max 20.00 3.15 8.00
min 1.0 0.40 0.40 23.00 4.15 10.00

 

Mechanical Properties
Tensile Strength ≥760 MPa  
Yield Strength ≥415 MPa
 
Elongation ≥35%  
Impact Strength ≥100 J  

Mechanical properties are approximate and may vary based on the heat, shielding gas, welding parameters and other factors.

 

Shielding Gases

EN ISO 14175 - I1, I3

 

Welding Positions

EN ISO 6947 - PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF

 

Packaging Data
Diameter

Weight

Spool Pallet Qty

1.00 mm

1.20 mm

15 Kg

15 Kg

BS300

BS300

72

72

Liability: Whilst all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained, this information is subject to change without notice and can be only considered as suitable for general guidance.