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OVERCORD

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1: E6013

DIN 1913: E 43 22 R(C)3

EN499: E 38 0 RC 11

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade:2  
General-purpose electrode for assembly work, workshop and repair welding, especially for vertical down welding. Good gap bridging. Well suited for tack welding. Can be used on galvanized, primer painted and slightly rusted components. For assembly work electrode can be used in all positions without changing the current setting. Smooth slightly concave welds blending into base metal without undercut. Slag self-releasing.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Pipe steels: St52.4, St35.8, StE210.7 to StE360.7 1 including corresponding TM grades

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A,B

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

SUPERCITO

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1:E 7018

DIN 1913: E 51 55 B 10

EN 499: E 42 6 B 42 H 10

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 4Y 40H5

Electrode for producing crack free welded joints with good toughness properties even on steels having a carbon content up to 0.4 %. Weld metal recovery is approximately 120 %. Good operating characteristics even in positional welding. Weld metal exhibits good toughness properties down to 600 c. Electrode is suitable for depositing buffer layers on steels having a higher carbon content

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Pipe steels: St52.4, St35.8, StE210.7 to StE360.7 1 including corresponding TM grades

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

ZELCORD 60

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1:E 6010

DIN 1913: E 43 43 C 4

EN 499: E 35 2 C 25

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade:2

 

Electrode for welding of pipe lines (girth seams) using vertical down technique. It is suitable for welding root passes, hot passes, filler and cover passes. It is also suitable for root passes on high strength pipe steels

Pipe steels: St 37.0 St 44.0 St 52.0

                     St 37.4 St 44.4 St 52.4

                     StE 210.7 StE 360.7

                     StE 210.7 TM StE 360.7 TM

API 5 LX steels: X42 to X56 

ZELCORD 70

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E7010 G

EN499: E 38 2 C 25

 

Electrode for welding of pipe lines (girth seams) using vertical down technique. It is suitable for welding root passes, hot passes, filler and cover passes. It is also suitable for root passes on high strength pipe steels

Pipe steels: St 37.0 St 44.0 St 52.0

                     St 37.4 St 44.4 St 52.4

                     StE 210.7 StE 360.7

                     StE 210.7 TM StE 415.7 TM

API 5 LX steels: X42  to X60

TENACITO

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1 E 7018-I

DIN 8529: E SY 42 76 Mn B

EN 499: E 42 6 B 42 H5

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 3Y 40H5
Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints, also suited for welding steels having a carbon content of up to 0.6 %. The weld metal has very low hydrogen content and is resistant to ageing. Good gap bridging properties. Welds are of X ray quality. Has good toughness properties up to 600 c.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3, St50-2 to St60-2

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Pipe steels: St52.4, St35.8, StE210.7 to StE360.7 1 including corresponding TM grades

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

MOLYCORD

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 7018-A1

DIN 8575: E Mo B 20

EN 1599: E Mo B 42 H10

 

Electrode for welding of creep resistant steels used in the construction of pressure vessels, boilers and piping subject to operating temperatures up to +5500 c. Welds are of X-ray quality. Preheating, interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment must be in accordance with the base metal to be welded.

Creep resistant boiler and pipe steels, e.g.  St 35.8, St 45.8, 17 Mn 4,   19 Mn 5, 15 Mo 3 16 Mo 5

Fine grain structural steels StE and WStE 255 to 460

Pipe steels StE 360.7 to StE 415.7 as well as corresponding TM grades

Steels to API standards X 52  to X 60

Cast steels GS-C 25, GS-22 Mo4

 

VERTICITO

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 7048

DIN 1913: E  51 43 B 9

EN 499: E 42 2 B 15 H 10
Electrode particularly designed for vertical down welding in shipbuilding and steel constructions: preferably for fillet welds. Suitable for welding primer painted components.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E, AH 32 to EH 36

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

SPEZIAL

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1: E 7016

DIN 1913: E  51 43 B (R) 10

EN 499: E 38 2 B 12 H 10

 

Multi purpose electrode suitable for assembly work, workshop and repair welding. Smooth and clean welds, blending into the base metal without undercut. Excellent gap bridging properties. Welds are of X-ray quality

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E, AH 32 to EH 36

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

SUPRANOX E 308L

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4:E 308L-16

DIN 8556: E 19 9 LR23

 

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding of austenitic Cr-Ni steels of low carbon content as well as cast steels. Suitable for operating temperatures up to +3500 c. the electrode has a stable and concentrated arc.

1.4306:  X 2 CrNi 19 11     1.4301:  X 5 CrNi 18 10

              G-X 2CrNiN 18 9  1.4303:  X 5CrNi 18 12

1.4311:  X 2CrNiN 18 10    1.4308:  X G-X 6 CrNi 18 9

1.4541:  X 6 CrNiTi 18 10   1.4310:  X 12 CrNi 17 7

1.4550:  X 6 CrNiNb 18 10 1.4319:  X 5 CrNi 17 8

SUPRANOX E 316L

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4:E 316L-16

DIN 8556: E 19 12 3 LR23

 

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding of austenitic Cr-Ni-Mo steels of low carbon content as well as cast steels. Suitable for operating temperatures up to +4000 c.

1.4404:  X 2 CrNi Mo 17 13 2 1.4571:  X 6 CrNi Mo Ti 17 12

  G-X 2CrNi Mo N 18 10 1.4580:  X 6CrNi Mo Nb 17 12 2

1.4406:  X 2CrNi Mo N 17 12 2  1.4581: G-X5 CrNi Mo Nb 18 10

1.4429:  X 2 CrNi Mo N 17 13 3 1.4583:  X 10 CrNi MO

SUPRANOX E 309L

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 309L-16

DIN 8556: E 23 12 LR 23

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding dissimilar steels and for depositing austenitic claddings. Weld metal consists of approximately 15% delta ferrite. Highest operating temperatures for dissimilar steel joints is +3000 c.

Joining of unalloyed and low-alloyed steels to stainless/heat resistant steels

 (wrought and cast types), stainless claddings on mild steels

 

SUPRANOX E 347

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 347-16

DIN 8556: E  19 9 Nb R 23

 

Electrode for welding of stabilized austenitic stainless Cr-Ni steels or cast steels, as well as stainless or heat resisting Cr steels or cast steels. For operating temperatures of up to + 4000 c. non scaling up to 8000c.

1.4541:  X 6 CrNiTi 18 10    1.4301:  X 5 CrNi 18 10

1.4550:  X 6CrNiNb 18 10    1.4303:  X 5 CrNi 18 12

1.4552:  G- X 5CrNiNb 18 9 1.4308:  G-X 6 CrNi 18 9

                                             1.4310:  X 12 CrNi 17 7

SUPRANOX E 310

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 310-16

DIN 8556: E  25 20 R 23

EN 1600: E 25 20 R 23
Electrode for welding of heat resistant chromium and chromium-nickel steels or cast steels. Fully austenitic weld metal, non scaling up to +12000 c. Weld metal is not resistant to sulphurous combustion gases.

1.4745:  G-X 40 CrSi23           1.4837  G-X 40CrNiSi 25 12

1.4823:  G-X 40 CrNiSi 27 4    1.4840: G-X 1 CrNi 25 20

1.4832:  G- X 25 CrNiSi 20 14 1.4841: X 15 CrNiSi 25 20

1.4833:  X 7 CrNi 23 14           1.4845: X 12 CrNi 25 21                                        

SUPERFONTE Ni

AWS/ASME SFA-5.15 E Ni CI

DIN 8573: E Ni BG-22

 

Electrode with pure Nickel core wire, suited for cold welding of cast iron and for joining cast iron parts to steel, copper and nickel.

Grey cast iron

White & black heart malleable cast iron

Nodular cast iron

SUPERFONTE Ni Fe

AWS/ASME SFA-5.15: E NiFe-CI

DIN 8573: E NiFe-1 BG-22

 

Electrode having a Nickel Iron core wire, suited for welding of cast iron and for joining cast iron parts to steel, copper and nickel. It features higher strength properties than pure nickel weld metal and is therefore suited for joining nodular cast iron, malleable cast iron and austenitic nodular cast iron.

Nodular cast iron

White & black heart malleable cast iron

Austenitic nodular cast iron 

 

SUPERFONTE Ni Cu

AWS/ASME SFA-5.15: E NiCu-B

DIN 8573: E NiCu BG-22

 

Electrode having a Nickel copper core wire, suited for welding of cast iron with or without preheat. Preferably used for cover and filler passes with dilution kept low. Weld metal closely matches colour of base metal.

Nodular cast iron

White & black heart malleable cast iron

Cast iron with lamellar graphite

 

CITODUR 600 B

 

Thick graphite coated electrode depositing weld metal with chromium carbides. It is suitable for highly wear resistant overlays subject to abrasion. A buffer layer is necessary for the third layer. Wearing parts subject to mineral abrasion such as conveyor screws, mixer blades, concrete pump parts, excavator bucket edges and also parts in petrochemical applications.

ALCORD 99.5

 

AWS/ASME SFA-5.3: E 1100

DIN 1732: EL-Al 99,5

 

Electrode with special covering for the welding of pure aluminium. Electrode should be held perpendicular to the work piece and a short arc length maintained. Plates thicker than 10mm and larger work pieces require preheating in the range of 150 2500 c. Since slag residues are corrosive, they must be completely removed from the weld bead. Electrode serves well as consumable in oxyacetylene welding. The covering being hygroscopic, the electrodes must be stored in an absolutely dry location, or redried as required.

Commercially pure aluminium e.g. Al 99.5 to Al 99. DIN 1712

 Aluminium Alloys such as Al99.9 Mg 0.5, AlR Mg 0.5 DIN 1725                         

 

ALCORD 5 Si

 

AWS/ASME SFA-5.3: E 4043

DIN 1732: EL-AlSi 5

 

Electrode with special covering for the welding of aluminium silicon alloys and for joining dissimilar aluminium alloys.

 Electrode should be held perpendicular to the work piece and a short arc length maintained. Plates thicker than 10mm and larger work pieces require preheating in the range of 150 2500 c. Since slag residues are corrosive, they must be completely removed from the weld bead. Electrode serves well as consumable in oxyacetylene welding. The covering being hygroscopic, the electrodes must be stored in an absolutely dry location, or redried as required.

 

AlMgSi and AlMg alloys up to 2.5% Mg, AlMnCu, AlSi cast alloys.

ALCORD 12 Si

DIN 1732: EL-AlSi 12

 

Electrode with special covering for the welding of aluminium silicon cast alloys

. Electrode should be held perpendicular to the work piece and a short arc length maintained. Plates thicker than 10mm and larger work pieces require preheating in the range of 150 2500 c. Since slag residues are corrosive, they must be completely removed from the weld bead. Electrode serves well as consumable in oxyacetylene welding. The covering being hygroscopic, the electrodes must be stored in an absolutely dry location, or redried as required.

 

AlSi cast alloys up to 12% Si

Such as G-AlSi 12, G-AlSi 12 (Cu), G- AlSi 10 Mg (Cu), G- AlSi 6 Cu 4

 

UNIQUE E 6013

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1: E6013

DIN 1913: E 43 22 R(C)3

EN499: E 38 0 RC 11

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 2

General-purpose electrode for assembly work, workshop and repair welding, especially for vertical down welding. Good gap bridging. Well suited for tack welding. Can be used on galvanized, primer painted and slightly rusted components. For assembly work electrode can be used in all positions without changing the current setting. Smooth slightly concave welds blending into base metal without undercut. Slag self-releasing.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Pipe steels: St52.4, St35.8, StE210.7 to StE360.7 1 including corresponding TM grades

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A,B

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

 

ZULFI E 6013

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1: E6013

DIN 1913: E 43 22 R(C)3

EN499: E 38 0 RC 11

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 2

General-purpose electrode for assembly work, workshop and repair welding, especially for vertical down welding. Good gap bridging. Well suited for tack welding. Can be used on galvanized, primer painted and slightly rusted components. For assembly work electrode can be used in all positions without changing the current setting. Smooth slightly concave welds blending into base metal without undercut. Slag self-releasing.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Pipe steels: St52.4, St35.8, StE210.7 to StE360.7 1 including corresponding TM grades

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A,B

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

 

ZULFI E 7018

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1:E 7018

DIN 1913: E 51 55 B 10

EN 499: E 42 6 B 42 H 10

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 5Y40H5

Electrode for producing crack free welded joints with good toughness properties even on steels having a carbon content up to 0.4 %. Weld metal recovery is approximately 120 %. Good operating characteristics even in positional welding. Weld metal exhibits good toughness properties down to 600 c. Electrode is suitable for depositing buffer layers on steels having a higher carbon content

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Pipe steels: St52.4, St35.8, StE210.7 to StE360.7 1 including corresponding TM grades

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

 

ZULFI E 6010

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1:E 6010

DIN 1913: E 43 43 C 4

EN 499: E 35 2 C 25

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 2

Electrode for welding of pipe lines (girth seams) using vertical down technique. It is suitable for welding root passes, hot passes, filler and cover passes. It is also suitable for root passes on high strength pipe steels

Pipe steels: St 37.0 St 44.0 St 52.0

 St 37.4 St 44.4 St 52.4

StE 210.7 StE 360.7

StE 210.7 TM StE 360.7 TM

API 5 LX steels: X42 to X56 

 

ZULFI E 7010

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E7010 G

EN499: E 38 2 C 25

Electrode for welding of pipe lines (girth seams) using vertical down technique. It is suitable for welding root passes, hot passes, filler and cover passes. It is also suitable for root passes on high strength pipe steels

Pipe steels: St 37.0 St 44.0 St 52.0

St 37.4 St 44.4 St 52.4

StE 210.7 StE 360.7

StE 210.7 TM StE 415.7 TM

API 5 LX steels: X42  to X60

 

ZULFI E 7018-1

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1 E 7018-I

DIN 8529: E SY 42 76 Mn B

EN 499: E 42 6 B 42 H5

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 5Y40H5

Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints, also suited for welding steels having a carbon content of up to 0.6 %. The weld metal has very low hydrogen content and is resistant to ageing. Good gap bridging properties. Welds are of X ray quality. Has good toughness properties up to 600 c.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3, St50-2 to St60-2

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Pipe steels: St52.4, St35.8, StE210.7 to StE360.7 1 including corresponding TM grades

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

ZULFI E 7018-A1

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 7018-A1

DIN 8575: E Mo B 20

EN 1599: E Mo B 42 H10

 

 Electrode for welding of creep resistant steels used in the construction of pressure vessels, boilers and piping subject to operating temperatures up to +5500 c. Welds are of X-ray quality. Preheating, interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment must be in accordance with the base metal to be welded.

Creep resistant boiler and pipe steels, e.g.  St 35.8, St 45.8, 17 Mn 4,   19 Mn 5, 15 Mo 3 16 Mo 5

Fine grain structural steels StE and WStE 255 to 460

Pipe steels StE 360.7 to StE 415.7 as well as corresponding TM grades

Steels to API standards X 52  to X 60

Cast steels GS-C 25, GS-22 Mo4

ZULFI E 7048

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 7048

DIN 1913: E  51 43 B 9

EN 499: E 42 2 B 15 H 10

 Electrode particularly designed for vertical down welding in shipbuilding and steel constructions: preferably for fillet welds. Suitable for welding primer painted components.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E, AH 32 to EH 36

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

ZULFI E 7016

AWS/ASME SFA-5.1: E 7016

DIN 1913: E  51 43 B (R) 10

EN 499: E 38 2 B 12 H 10

 

Multi purpose electrode suitable for assembly work, workshop and repair welding. Smooth and clean welds, blending into the base metal without undercut. Excellent gap bridging properties. Welds are of X-ray quality

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E, AH 32 to EH 36

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

 

ZULFI E 7024

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 7024

DIN 1913: E  51 32 RR 11 160

EN 499: E 38 0 RR 73

 

High efficiency electrode having a weld metal recovery of approx  170 %. Preferably used for fillet welds. Smooth welds blending into base metal without undercut. Slag self releasing.

Unalloyed structural steel: St33 to St52-3

Boiler plates: HI, HII, 17Mn4

Fine grain structural steels: StE255 to StE 355, WstE255 to WstE 355

Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E, AH 32 to EH 36

Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52

 

ZULFI E 8018-G

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 8018-G

DIN 8529: E Y 50 76 Mn 1 Ni B H5

EN 499: E 50 6 1Ni B 42 H5

Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints. Gives weld of X-ray quality. Weld metal gives good impact values up to 600 c due to its high metallurgical purity and low hydrogen content. Well suited for positional welding.

Fine grain structural steels:

StE 420, StE 460, StE500, WStE 420                                             WStE 460, WStE 500                                              TStE 420, TStE 460, TStE 500

 

ZULFI E 8018-B2

AWS/ASME SFA-5. 5: E 8018-B2

DIN 8575: E CrMo 1 B 20

EN 1599: E CrMo 1 B 42 H 10

Electrode for welding of creep resistant steels used in the construction of pressure vessels, boilers and piping subjected to operating temperatures up to +6000 c. welds are of X-ray quality

Creep resistant boiler and pipe steels e.g. 13 CrMo 44, 16 CrMo 44,

Cast steels GS-17Cr Mo 55, GS 22Cr Mo 54

 

 

ZULFI E 8018-C1

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 8018-C1

DIN 8529: E SY 42 87 2 Ni B H5

EN 499: E 46 2Ni B 42 H5

Approvals: LRS, DNV, BV, GL & ABS

Grade: 5Y40H5

Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints. Gives weld of X-ray quality. Weld metal gives good impact values up to 600 c due to its high metallurgical purity and low hydrogen content. Well suited for positional welding.

Fine grain structural steels: StE 420, StE 460, StE500, WStE 420       

 WStE 460, WStE 500                                              TStE 420, TStE 460, TStE 500

Cryogenic steels:  acc DIN17 173/17 174; TT St35 TT St 35 V, 10Ni 14

 

ZULFI E 9018-G

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 9018-G

DIN 8529: E SY50 76 Mn1NiMo BH5

EN 499: E 50 6 1Ni MoB H5

Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints. Gives weld of X-ray quality. Weld metal gives good impact values up to 600 c due to its high metallurgical purity and low hydrogen content. Well suited for positional welding.

Creep resistant steels: 13 MnNiMo 54, 17 MnMoV

 Reactor steels: 20MnMoNi 55, 15 NiCuMoNb, 22 NiMoCr 37

                                             

 

ZULFI E 8018-C2
 

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 8018-C2

DIN 8529: E SY 42 87 3 Ni B H5

EN 499: E 46 3Ni B 42 H5

Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints. Gives weld of X-ray quality. Weld metal gives good impact values up to 1000 c due to its high metallurgical purity and low hydrogen content. Well suited for positional welding.

Fine grain structural steels: StE 420, StE 460, StE500, WStE 420                                             WStE 460, WStE 500                                              TStE 420, TStE 460, TStE 500

Cryogenic steels:  acc DIN17 173/17 174; TT St35

                                               TT St 35 V, 10Ni 14

ZULFI E 9018-B3

 

 AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 9018-B3

DIN 8575: E CrMo 2 B 26

EN 1599: E CrMo 1 B 32 H10

 

Electrode for welding of creep resistant and high pressure hydrogen resistant steels used in the construction of pressure vessels, boilers and piping subject to operating temperatures up to +6000 c. Weld metal features high toughness properties and is largely insensitive to in service embritllement .

10Cr Mo 9 10, CM 10CD 9 10, 12CrMo 9 10, A387 Gr.22, CI. 1 and      A 182 Gr. F 22, A336 Gr. F 22 and F22a

ZULFI E 9018-D1

 

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 9018-D1

 

Electrode for welding of mild and low alloy steels for structures working at low temperatures. Best suited for low alloy steel structures where preheating cannot be applied. The weld metal features good toughness properties up to -600 c

Fine grain structural steels: StE 420, StE 460, StE500, WStE 420                                             WStE 460, WStE 500                                              TStE 420, TStE 460, TStE 500

Cryogenic steels:acc DIN17 173/17 174; TT St35 TT St 35 V, 10Ni 14

 

ZULFI E 10018-G

 

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 10018-G

DIN 8529: E Y 69 75Mn2NiCrMoBH5

 

Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints. The weld metal is of extremely high metallurgical purity with a very low hydrogen content. Welds are of X-ray quality. Has good toughness properties up to 600 c.

Heat treated fine grain structural steels e.g. ESt E 620, ESt E 690 and others.

ZULFI E 11018-G

AWS/ASME SFA-5.5: E 11018-G

DIN 8529: E Y 69 75Mn2NiCrMoBH5

 

Electrode for producing crack free and tough welded joints. The weld metal is of extremely high metallurgical purity with very low hydrogen content. Welds are of X-ray quality. Has good toughness properties up to 600 c. Heat treated fine grain structural steels e.g. ESt E 690 and others.

ZULFI E 308L-16

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4:E 308L-16

DIN 8556: E 19 9 LR23

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding of austenitic Cr-Ni steels of low carbon content as well as cast steels. Suitable for operating temperatures up to +3500 c. the electrode has a stable and concentrated arc.

1.4306:  X 2 CrNi 19 11     1.4301:  X 5 CrNi 18 10

              G-X 2CrNiN 18 9  1.4303:  X 5CrNi 18 12

1.4311:  X 2CrNiN 18 10    1.4308:  X G-X 6 CrNi 18 9

1.4541:  X 6 CrNiTi 18 10   1.4310:  X 12 CrNi 17 7

1.4550:  X 6 CrNiNb 18 10 1.4319:  X 5 CrNi 17 8

ZULFI E 316L-16

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4:E 316L-16

DIN 8556: E 19 12 3 LR23

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding of austenitic Cr-Ni-Mo steels of low carbon content as well as cast steels. Suitable for operating temperatures up to +4000 c.

1.4404:  X 2 CrNi Mo 17 13 2 1.4571:  X 6 CrNi Mo Ti 17 12

  G-X 2CrNi Mo N 18 10 1.4580:  X 6CrNi Mo Nb 17 12 2

1.4406:  X 2CrNi Mo N 17 12 2  1.4581: G-X5 CrNi Mo Nb 18 10

1.4429:  X 2 CrNi Mo N 17 13 3 1.4583:  X 10 CrNi MO

ZULFI E 309L-16

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 309L-16

DIN 8556: E 23 12 LR 23

 

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding dissimilar steels and for depositing austenitic claddings. Weld metal consists of approximately 15% delta ferrite. Highest operating temperatures for dissimilar steel joints is +3000 c.

Joining of unalloyed and low-alloyed steels to stainless/heat resistant steels

 (wrought and cast types), stainless claddings on mild steels

 

 

ZULFI E 347-16

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 347-16

DIN 8556: E  19 9 Nb R 23

Electrode for welding of stabilized austenitic stainless Cr-Ni steels or cast steels, as well as stainless or heat resisting Cr steels or cast steels. For operating temperatures of up to + 4000 c. non scaling up to 8000c.

1.4541:  X 6 CrNiTi 18 10    1.4301:  X 5 CrNi 18 10

1.4550:  X 6CrNiNb 18 10    1.4303:  X 5 CrNi 18 12

1.4552:  G- X 5CrNiNb 18 9 1.4308:  G-X 6 CrNi 18 9

                                             1.4310:  X 12 CrNi 17 7

                                                       

ZULFI E 310-16

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 310-16

DIN 8556: E  25 20 R 23

EN 1600: E 25 20 R 23

 

Electrode for welding of heat resistant chromium and chromium-nickel steels or cast steels. Fully austenitic weld metal, non scaling up to +12000 c. Weld metal is not resistant to sulphurous combustion gases.

1.4745:  G-X 40 CrSi23           1.4837  G-X 40CrNiSi 25 12

1.4823:  G-X 40 CrNiSi 27 4    1.4840: G-X 1 CrNi 25 20

1.4832:  G- X 25 CrNiSi 20 14 1.4841: X 15 CrNiSi 25 20

1.4833:  X 7 CrNi 23 14           1.4845: X 12 CrNi 25 21                                         

 

ZULFI E 308L-15

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4:E 308L-15

DIN 8556: E 19 9 LB 20

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding of austenitic Cr-Ni steels of low carbon content as well as cast steels. Suitable for operating temperatures up to +3500 c.  Slag removal easy.

1.4306:  X 2 CrNi 19 11         1.4301:  X 5 CrNi 18 10

              G-X 2CrNiN 18 9     1.4303:  X 5CrNi 18 12

1.4311:  X 2CrNiN 18 10       1.4308:  X G-X 6 CrNi 18 9

1.4541:  X 6 CrNiTi 18 10     1.4310:  X 12 CrNi 17 7

1.4550:  X 6 CrNiNb 18 10    1.4319:  X 5 CrNi 17 8

ZULFI E 316L-15

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4:E 316L-15

DIN 8556: E 19 12 3 LB 20

 

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding of austenitic Cr-Ni-Mo steels of low carbon content as well as cast steels. Suitable for operating temperatures up to +4000 c. Fine droplet metal transfer.  

1.4404:  X 2 CrNi Mo 17 13 2     1.4571:  X 6 CrNi Mo Ti 17 12 22

            G-X 2CrNi Mo N 18 10  1.4580:  X 6CrNi Mo Nb 17 12 2

1.4406:  X 2CrNi Mo N 17 12 2   1.4581:  G-X5 CrNi Mo Nb 18

1.4429:  X 2 CrNi Mo N 17 13 3  1.4583:  X 10 CrNi MO Nb 18 12

ZULFI E 309L-15

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 309L-15

DIN 8556: E 23 12 LB 20

 

Austenitic stainless steel electrode suitable for welding dissimilar steels (austenitic steels to ferritic steels) and for depositing austenitic claddings. Weld metal consists of approximately 15% delta ferrite. 

Joining of unalloyed and low-alloyed steels to stainless/heat resistant steels (wrought and cast types), stainless claddings on mild steels

 

 

ZULFI E 347-15

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 347-15

DIN 8556: E  19 9 Nb B 20

EN 1600: E 19 9 Nb B 42

 

Electrode for welding of stabilized austenitic stainless Cr-Ni steels or cast steels, as well as stainless or heat resisting Cr steels or cast steels. For operating temperatures of up to + 4000 c, non scaling up to 8000c.

1.4541:  X 6 CrNiTi 18 10          1.4301:  X 5 CrNi 18 10

1.4550:  X 6CrNiNb 18 10          1.4303:  X 5 CrNi 18 12

1.4552:  G- X 5CrNiNb 18 9       1.4308:  G-X 6 CrNi 18 9

                                                   1.4310:  X 12 CrNi 17 7

                                                    1.4319:  X 5 CrNi 17 8

 

ZULFI E 310-15

AWS/ASME SFA-5.4: E 310-15

DIN 8556: E  25 20 B 20

EN 1600: E 25 20 B 42

 

Electrode for welding of heat resistant chromium and chromium-nickel steels or cast steels. Fully austenitic weld metal, non scaling up to +12000 c. Weld metal is not resistant to sulphurous combustion gases.

1.4745:  G-X 40 CrSi23        1.4837  G-X 40CrNiSi 25 12

1.4823:  G-X 40 CrNiSi 27 4     1.4840: G-X 1 CrNi 25 20

1.4832:  G- X 25 CrNiSi 20 14        1.4841: X 15 CrNiSi 25 20

1.4833:  X 7 CrNi 23 14                  1.4845: X 12 CrNi 25 21                                         

 ZULFI E Ni Ci

AWS/ASME SFA-5.15 E Ni CI

DIN 8573: E Ni BG-22

 

Electrode with pure Nickel core wire, suited for cold welding of cast iron and for joining cast iron parts to steel, copper and nickel.

Grey cast iron

White & black heart malleable cast iron

Nodular cast iron

ZULFI E Ni Fe

AWS/ASME SFA-5.15: E NiFe-CI

DIN 8573: E NiFe-1 BG-22

 

Electrode having a Nickel Iron core wire, suited for welding of cast iron and for joining cast iron parts to steel, copper and nickel. It features higher strength properties than pure nickel weld metal and is therefore suited for joining nodular cast iron, malleable cast iron and austenitic nodular cast iron.

Nodular cast iron

White & black heart malleable cast iron

Austenitic nodular cast iron 

 

ZULFI E Ni Cu

AWS/ASME SFA-5.15: E NiCu-B

DIN 8573: E NiCu BG-22

 

Electrode having a Nickel copper core wire, suited for welding of cast iron with or without preheat. Preferably used for cover and filler passes with dilution kept low. Weld metal closely matches colour of base metal.

Nodular cast iron

White & black heart malleable cast iron

Cast iron with lamellar graphite

 

ZULFI 500 HF

 

 

Thick basic coated electrode for depositing tough and wear resistant overlays on components subject to severe wear. The weld metal is crack-free and without porosity and resistant to impact and shock. It can be machined only by grinding. It is possible to deposit a large number of layers without the need of buffer layers.

Excavator parts, bucket edges, coal planes, conveyor screws etc.

ZULFI 600 HF

 

 

 

Thick graphite coated electrode depositing weld metal with chromium carbides. It is suitable for highly wear resistant overlays subject to abrasion. The typical transverse cracks occurring in such a hard weld metal are not detrimental for abrasion resistance. It is machinable only by grinding. A buffer layer is necessary for the third layer.

Wearing parts subject to mineral abrasion such as conveyor screws, mixer blades, concrete pump parts, excavator bucket edges and also parts in petrochemical applications.

ZULFI 600B HF

Thick graphite coated electrode depositing weld metal with chromium carbides. It is suitable for highly wear resistant overlays subject to abrasion. A buffer layer is necessary for the third layer.

Wearing parts subject to mineral abrasion such as conveyor screws, mixer blades, concrete pump parts, excavator bucket edges and also parts in petrochemical applications.

ZULFI AL 99,5

 

AWS/ASME SFA-5.3: E 1100

DIN 1732: EL-Al 99,5

 

Electrode with special covering for the welding of pure aluminium. Electrode should be held perpendicular to the work piece and a short arc length maintained. Plates thicker than 10mm and larger work pieces require preheating in the range of 150 2500 c. Since slag residues are corrosive, they must be completely removed from the weld bead. Electrode serves well as consumable in oxyacetylene welding. The covering being hygroscopic, the electrodes must be stored in an absolutely dry location, or redried as required.

Commercially pure aluminium e.g. Al 99.5 to Al 99. DIN 1712

 Aluminium Alloys such as Al99.9 Mg 0.5, AlR Mg 0.5 DIN 1725                         

 

ZULFI AL 5 Si

AWS/ASME SFA-5.3: E 4043

DIN 1732: EL-AlSi 5

 

 

Electrode with special covering for the welding of aluminium silicon alloys and for joining dissimilar aluminium alloys.

 Electrode should be held perpendicular to the work piece and a short arc length maintained. Plates thicker than 10mm and larger work pieces require preheating in the range of 150 2500 c. Since slag residues are corrosive, they must be completely removed from the weld bead. Electrode serves well as consumable in oxyacetylene welding. The covering being hygroscopic, the electrodes must be stored in an absolutely dry location, or redried as required.

AlMgSi and AlMg alloys up to 2.5% Mg, AlMnCu, AlSi cast alloys.

ZULFI AL 12 Si

DIN 1732: EL-AlSi 12

 

 

Electrode with special covering for the welding of aluminium silicon cast alloys

. Electrode should be held perpendicular to the work piece and a short arc length maintained. Plates thicker than 10mm and larger work pieces require preheating in the range of 150 2500 c. Since slag residues are corrosive, they must be completely removed from the weld bead. Electrode serves well as consumable in oxyacetylene welding. The covering being hygroscopic, the electrodes must be stored in an absolutely dry location, or redried as required.

AlSi cast alloys up to 12% Si

Such as G-AlSi 12, G-AlSi 12 (Cu), G- AlSi 10 Mg (Cu), G- AlSi 6 Cu 4

 

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