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Weld Wire

Welding is a process for joining similar metals by fusing the base metals being joined and the filler metal applied. Different from brazing, welding covers a temperature range of 1500F to 3000F, or 800C to 1635C. By employing pinpointed and localizaed heat input using ferrous-based metals, weld joints form strong and durable bonded joints.

Welding Wire: Prince and Izant

COMMON WELD MATERIALS

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AMS 5637
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Non magnetic in annealed condition
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AMS 5680
  • Good creep strength up to 1500F
  • Good corrosion resistance in 800F and 1500F temperature applications
  • Good restance to intergranular corrosin in the as welded condition
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AMS 5796
  • Outstanding high temperature strength
  • Oxidation resistant to 1800F
  • Galling Resistant
  • Resisant to marine environments, acides and body fluids
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AMS 5798
  • Good high temperature strength
  • Oxidation resistance through 2000F
  • Carburization resistant
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AMS 5801
  • Strength and oxidation resistant to 2000F
  • Good post-aging ductility
  • Resitant to sulfate deposit hot corrosion
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AMS 6457
  • Used where joint is capable of being heat treated to a mimum tensile strength up to 180ksi
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WELD MATERIAL SELECTION TIPS

Dissimilar Welding
  • Weld should have similar corrosion resistance and mechanical properties to higher alloy
Similar Welding
  • Filler metal choice is generally determined by base metal
  • Chemistry should be similar to alloy being welded

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