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TIG Rods

Products Item Number Product Description
Coral

Description: Flux-cored Aluminum Brazing Alloy Flux-cored aluminum torch alloy, which is able to produce either thin-flowing or bead-flowing characteristics.

Typical Application: Aluminum to aluminum; not recommended for brazing aluminum directly to non-aluminum alloys.

1100


Alloy 1100

Description: Alloy 1100 is highly resistant to chemical attack and weathering. It is a relatively soft alloy that is very formable and is used extensively in thin gauge and foil products. It has good welding characteristics and it is also used as a filler alloy for welding purposes. A desirable characteristic of the alloy is the bright finishes obtained by anodizing.

General Information:
• Non-Heat treatable
• ISO designation: Al99.0Cu
• Principle alloying elements: Copper

4047


Alloy 4047

Description: Alloy 4047 was originally developed as a brazing alloy (BAlSi-4) or (718) to take advantage of its low melting point and narrow freezing range. In addition, it has a higher silicon content than 4043, which provides for increased fluidity and reduced shrinkage. The alloy produces bright and almost smut free welds. How cracking is significantly reduced when 4047 is used as a filler alloy. The alloy may be used in applications of sustained elevated temperatures.

General Information:
• Trade designation: Almigweld and Altigweld
• Non-Heat treatable
• Similar to AISi5 (Germany)
• ISO designation:AISi12
• Principle alloying elements: Silicon.

4043


Aluminum TIG Welding Alloy

Description: Qualified to AWS A5.10 R4043, ABS, ISO Designation AlSi5, Alloy 4043 is a 5% silicon alloy used to weld heat-treatable base alloys. It is most often used to weld the 6XXX series of alloys. The silicon addition improves puddle fluidity, producing an appealing bead profile. It is less crack-sensitive on the 6XXX series than other welding alloys.

Typical Application: Common applications are automotive parts, truck trailers and bicycles. It is also ideally suited for brazing thin aluminum sheet and tubing.

5356


Aluminum Welding Alloy

Description: Alloy 5356 is an all position non-heat treatable TIG wire used to weld the 5XXX series alloys when 40,000 psi tensile strength is not a requirement. Alloy 5356 is a very good all purpose wire so it is the most widely used of all aluminum fillers metals.

Typical Application: Common applications are welding of boats / ships, bicycles, tanks pressure vessels and automotive parts.

Low Fuming Bronze

Description: Low-fuming Bronze Welding Alloy.

Typical Application: Braze welding steel, cast iron and copper. May be used with standard oxy-fuel torch.

Silicon Bronze
Description: Silicon Bronze Welding Alloy This copper-silicon alloy is used to weld similar composition base metals, brass, and to weld these copper alloys to steel. Silicon bronze is also frequently used in GTAW “brass welding” of coated sheet steels.

308L

Description: Stainless Steel Electrodes

Typical Application: Similar usage as 309, but the 0.04% maximum carbon content increases resistance to inter granular corrosion. Conforms to AWS A5.4.

309L
Description: Stainless Steel Electrodes

312

Description: Stainless Steel TIG welding alloy

Typical Application: Most frequently used to weld base metals of similar composition. Also good for welding dissimilar steels.

316L

Description: Stainless Steel Electrodes

Typical Application: Used principally for welding molybdenum - bearing austenitic alloys containing 0.03% maximum carbon. Conforms to AWS A5.4.

347

Description: Stainless Steel Electrodes

Typical Application: A stabilized 18-8, 19-9 alloy that is not subject to inter granular corrosion due to carbide precipitation. Conforms to AWS A5.4.

410

Description: Stainless Steel Electrodes

Typical Application: Used for welding alloys of similar compositions; also for surfacing of carbon steels to resist corrosion, erosion or abrasion. Usually requires preheat and post heat treatments. Conforms to AWS A5.4.

70S-2
Description: Mild Steel Welding Alloy A premium, multiple deoxidized, wire. Produces high quality welds in most grades of carbon steels.E70S-2 is a triple deoxidized wire which provides defect free weld deposits when properly used on most carbon steels. It is used especially for pipe welding. ER70S-2 Conforms to AWS A5.18 ER70S-2

4130
Description: Mild Steel Welding Alloy Formulated to reduce weld metal hot cracking with good ductility. Particularly suited to thin, highly stressed joints. Use S.A.E. 4130 procedure in heat treatment.

80SB-2
Description: Mild Steel Alloy For welding 1/2 Cr-1/2 Mo, 1 Cr-1/2 Mo and 1 1/4 Cr-1/2 Mo steels for elevated temperatures and corrosive service; also used for joining dissimilar combinations of Cr-Mo and carbon steels.

80SD-2
Description: Low Alloy Steel Contains a high level of deoxidizers (Mn and Si), also Molybdenum for increased strength. Suitable for single and multi-pass welding of a variety of carbon and low alloy steels.

120S-1


Spoolarc 120

Description: Spoolarc 120 is designed for welding high strength quenched and tempered steels. Weld metal mechanical properties produce high tensile strengths, in excess of 120 ksi (825 MPa). Applications for Spoolarc 120 include military tanks, ships, submarines and other similar fabrication.

90SB-3
Description: Low Alloy Steel For welding 2-1/4” Cr - 1 Mo Steels used for high pressure piping and pressure vessels; also used for joining dissimilar combinations of Cr-Mo and carbon steels.

H-13


Weldtool D2

Description: Weldtool D2 is a exceptional product for Tool & Die Repair WT-H13 pro-duces hot working weld deposits that are tungsten free, uniform, dense and porosity free. H-13 can be re-hardened and annealed if needed. Matches A.I.S.I. H-13 tool steel treatment.

Application:
For use on Tools and dies subject to heat checking and wear. Die castings, used in aluminum, magnesium and zinc die cast industries. Also for press forgings dies and inserts. May be used on hot or cold working units such as shears punches, trim sections and similar tooling.

Procedure:
For repairs remove all cracks, heat checks and other defects prior to weld-ing Clean area of rust, slag scale and drawing compounds. Preheat die blocks and other units where the entire work surface is to be welded to 800 F. On other alloys pre-heat and post -heat according to the base metal. Maintain temperature during welding. Use stringer bead technique. It is im-portant to peen the weld when forgeable to relieve stresses. After welding cool in calm air too 300F to obtain the ultimate grain structure refinement. This will bring uniform hardness to weld area. Temper at 1100F for one hour per inch of thickness. Again cool in calm area to room temperature.
Hardness Rockwell 54-57, As Welded

AZ61A (Magnesium)

Magnesium Grade A261A

Description: Magnesium is welded using GTAW (TIG), welding processes. Harris offers TIG welding consumables in a variety of sizes. Since magnesium rapidly oxidizes when melted proper shielding gas coverage is important. Surfaces and edges adjacent to the weld should be cleaned prior to welding. Conforms to AWS Specification A5.19.

630 (17-4PH)

Stainless Steel TIG Welding Alloy

Description: The composition of this filler metal is designed primarily for welding ASTM A 564 Type 630 and some other precipitation - hardening stainless steels.

Ni99

NI-ROD® 99 Filler Metal

Description: NI-ROD 99 Filler Metal is used for gas-metal-arc, gas-tungsten-arc and submerged-arc welding of ductile, malleable, and gray cast irons. It is a solid nickel alloy wire designed for making easily machined welds by automatic and semi-automatic processes. In highly diluted, single-layer deposits, pure nickel weld metal has better machinability than other welding products for cast irons. Submerged-arc welding is done with INCOFLUX® NT100 Submerged Arc Flux.

Dissimilar-welding applications include gas-metal-arc welding of cast irons to low-alloy and carbon steels.


AWS A5.16-13 ERTi-1

Description: ERTI-1 (CP-1) Commercially Pure Titanium is the lowest strength unalloyed (or Commercially Pure--CP) grade due to its higher level of purity.

ERTi-1 Applications

ERTi-1 (Grade 1) is used in the applications where ductility is paramount, such as explosive cladding, loose linings, expanded metal, and deep drawing applications. It is also used in electrolytic applications like coated anode substrates for production of chlorine and sodium chlorate. ERTi-1 also has many uses in the aerospace, medical, petrochemical, desalination plants, and cryogenic industries.

ERTi-1 Weldability

Titanium is a reactive metal and as such it is sensitive to embrittlement by oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen, within the weld zone area, at temperatures above 500°F. Consequently the weld metal must be protected against atmospheric contamination that may be caused by these elements. This can be most easily attained by holding the shielding gas over the weld area until it cools to approximately 600°F. Argon is the recommended shielding gas, however an argon-helium mixture will give greater penetration although at the expense of arc stability.

For more technical and comprehensive information please reference ATI®'s Datasheet on ERTi-1


INCONEL® Filler Metal 82

Description: INCONEL Filler Metal 82 is used for gas-tungsten-arc, gas-metal-arc and submerged-arc welding of INCONEL® alloys 600, 601 and 690, INCOLOY® alloys 800 and 800HT, and submerged arc groove welding with this wire. For submerged-arc surfacing INCOFLUX® NT100 is suitable.

Weld metal deposited by INCONEL® Filler Metal 82 has high strength and good corrosion resistance, including oxidation resistance and creep-rupture strength at elevated temperatures.

Dissimilar-welding applications include joining INCONEL® alloys, INCOLOY® alloys, and INCOLOY® alloy 330 to nickel, MONEL® alloys, stainless steels, and carbon steels. It is also used to join stainless steels to nickel alloys and carbon steels.