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    Welding filler metals

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    Bhler Schweisstechnik

    Deutschland GmbH

    Unionstr. 1

    D-59067 Hamm

    Tel.: +49 (0) 23 81-271-02

    Fax: +49 (0) 23 81-271-794

    www.t-put.com

    Welding filler metals

    http://www.t-put.com/http://www.t-put.com/
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    Bhler Schweisstechnik Deutschland GmbH 09_2005 32 Bhler Schweisstechnik Deutschland GmbH 09_2005

    List of contents List of contents

    SMAW covered electrodes Page

    (low and medium alloyed)Summary 7for the welding of unalloyed steels

    for the welding of creep resistant steels

    for the welding of fine grained structural steels

    for the vertical down welding of pipelines

    for the welding of weatherproof steels

    for gauging, chamfering and cutting

    Covered electrodes (high alloyed)Summary 73

    for the welding of stainless steels

    for the welding of Duplex stainless steels

    for the welding of heat resistant steels

    for the welding of high temperature resistant steels

    for the welding of cryogenic steels

    for the welding of austenite ferrite joints

    for the welding of non magnetic steels

    for the welding of cast materials

    for the welding of nickel and nickel base alloys

    Gas welding GTAW rods and wires(low and medium alloyed)

    bersicht 151

    for the welding of unalloyed steels

    for the welding of creep resistant steels

    for the welding of cryogenic steels/fine grained structural steels

    Gas welding rods

    GTAW welding rods (high alloyed) Page

    Summary 171for the welding of stainless steels

    for the welding of Duplex stainless steels

    for the welding of heat resistant steels

    for the welding of high temperature resistant steels

    for the welding of cryogenic steels

    for the welding of austenite ferrite joints

    for the welding of non magnetic steels

    for the welding of nickel and nickel base alloys

    GMAW solid wires(low and medium alloyed)

    Summary 225

    for the welding of unalloyed steels

    for the welding of creep resistant steels

    for the welding of fine grained structural steels

    for the welding of cryogenic steels

    for the welding of weatherproof steels

    GMAW solid wires (high alloyed)

    Summary 251for the welding of stainless steels

    for the welding of Duplex stainless steels

    for the welding of heat resistant steels

    for the welding of high temperature resistant steels

    for the welding of cryogenic steels

    for the welding of austenite ferrite joints

    for the welding of non magnetic steels

    for the welding of nickel and nickel base alloysfor the welding of cast materials

    The data sheets of each main group are in alphabetical order

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    List of contents

    Appendix Page

    Summary 439

    Key to abbreviations

    Spools, coils, drum packagings and stacker frames for wire products

    Weights of weld seam of different weld forms

    Recommendations for redrying covered electrodes and welding fluxes

    Joint welding of dissimilar materials

    Diagrams

    The problem of dilution;

    Recommendations and examples of calculationWeld claddings

    Joints on clad products Groove preparation

    Welding of clad plates

    Material test certificates according to EN 10 204

    Comparison chart of approvals for all welding consumables

    Approvals and approval authorities

    Comparison chart of approvals for

    Covered electrodes

    Flux cored wires

    Wire electrodes, welding wires and welding rods

    Gas welding rods

    Wire/flux combinations

    SAW wires and welding fluxes

    VdTV Kennblatt 1000 / included base materialsVdTV Kennblatt 1000 / old and new base material designations

    Included base materials - Deutsche Bahn

    Recommendations of Thermanit welding consumables

    for high alloyed steels/cast steel grades

    Physical values of high alloyed welding materials

    Hardness conversion table

    Conversion table C FWelding positions acc. to EN 287 / EN ISO 6947 and ASME

    Brands in alphabetical order

    Sub arc wires and fluxes Page

    (low and medium alloyed)Summary 313Wires

    for the submerged welding of unalloyed steels

    for the submerged welding of creep resistant steels

    for the submerged welding of fine grained structural steels

    Powders

    for the submerged welding of unalloyed steelsfor the submerged welding of creep resistant steels

    for the submerged welding of fine grained structural steels

    Sub arc wires and fluxes(high alloyed)

    Summary 357

    for the submerged welding of high alloyed andcreep resistant steels and nickel base alloys

    Wires

    Powders

    Flux cored wires(low, medium and high alloyed)

    Summary 381

    for the welding of low and medium alloyed steels

    for the welding of creep resistant steels

    for the welding of high alloyed steels

    for the welding of Duplex stainless steels

    Welding rods/bare wire electrodes (aluminium)Summary 425for the welding of aluminium alloys

    List of contentsThe data sheets of each main group are in alphabetical order

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    SMAW covered electrodes (low and medium alloyed)

    PageSummary 8-11

    for the welding of unalloyed steels 12, 19-24, 28-32,34-43, 45-47, 59-63

    for the welding of creep resistant steels 13, 18, 25, 33, 44,53-56, 64-70

    for the welding of fine grained structural steels 41, 48-51, 53-55,57-58, 60-61

    for the vertical down welding of pipelines 14-17

    for the welding of weatherproof steels 52

    for gauging, chamfering and cutting 26-27

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    Bhler Schweisstechnik Deutschland GmbH 09_2005 1312 Bhler Schweisstechnik Deutschland GmbH 09_2005

    TV (Certificate No. 0425) DB (Reg. form No. 10.132.19)ABS (2, 2Y) BV (2Y)RS (2Y) LR (2/2Y)GL (2Y) DNV (2)Controlas (0527) FT (E 51 2 R)BB

    Packaging, weightsand amperages

    Approvals

    Polarity = / ~

    Dimensions (mm) pcs./pack kg/pack Amperage A2.0 x 250 400 3.4 50- 602.5 x 250 275 3.5 60- 902.5 x 350 275 4.9 60- 903.2 x 350 160 5.0 90-140

    4.0 x 350 100 4.7 150-1904.0 x 450 100 6.0 150-1905.0 x 350 70 5.0 190-2405.0 x 450 70 6.5 190-240

    C Si Mn0.09 0.35 0.50

    Rutile cellulose covered electrode.General purpose; useable in all positions; excellent gap-bridgingand arc-striking ability; for tack-welding and bad fit-ups.Well suited for welding rusty and primered plates (roughly40 m); excellent vertical down characteristics. Useable onsmall transformers (42 V, open circuit).

    Phoenix BlauCovered electrode

    Classifications

    Characteristicsand field of use

    EN 499 AWS A 5.1E 42 0 RC 11 E6013

    Materials

    Typical analysisin %

    Mechanical proper-

    ties of the weldmetal accordingto EN 1597-1(min. values at RT)

    Heat- Yield strength Tensile Elongation Impact values

    treatment 0.2 % strength (L0=5d0) in JN/mm2 N/mm2 % CVN

    AW 420 510 22 50

    S235JRG2 - S355J2; GS-38; GS-45;boiler steels P235GH, P265GH, P295GH; shipbuilding steelscorresp. to app.-grade 2; fine grained structural steels up toP355N; weldable ribbed reinforcing steel bars.ASTM A36 and A53 Gr. all; A106 Gr. A, B, C; A135 Gr. A, B;A283 Gr. A, B, C, D; A366; A285 Gr. A, B, C; A500 Gr. A, B, C;A570 Gr. 30, 33, 36, 40, 45; A607 Gr. 45; A668 Gr. A, B;A907 Gr. 30, 33, 36, 40; A935 Gr. 45; A936 Gr. 50;API 5 L Gr. B, X42-X52

    Welding position

    TV (Certificate No. 6542)

    Packaging, weightsand amperages

    Approvals

    Polarity = / ~

    Dimensions (mm) pcs./pack kg/pack Amperage A

    2.5 x 350 275 4.9 60- 903.2 x 350 160 5.0 90-140

    C Si Mn Mo0.10 0.35 0.50 0.45

    Rutile cellulose covered Mo alloyed electrode. Finely riped andsmooth weld surfaces; easy slag removal; excellent weldabilityin the vertical down position on Mo- and unalloyed steels.

    Phoenix Blau MoCovered electrode

    Classifications

    Characteristicsand field of use

    EN 1599 AWS A 5.5E Mo R 1 1 E7011-A1

    Materials

    Typical analysisin %

    P235GH, P265GH, StE 255, P295GH, P355GH, 16 Mo 3

    Welding position

    Mechanical proper-ties of the weldmetal accordingto EN 1597-1(min. values at RT)

    Heat- Yield strength Tensile Elongation Impact valuestreatment 0.2 % strength (L0=5d0) in J CVN

    N/mm2 N/mm2 %

    U 420 510 22 55

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    TV (Certificate No. 0247) DB (Reg. form No. 10.132.44)ABS (AWS E6010) LR (3/3Y)GL (3) DNV (3)Controlas (0420) VNIIST

    Approvals

    Packaging, weights

    and amperages

    Polarity = +for root pass =

    Dimensions (mm) pcs./can kg/can Amperage A

    2.5 x 300 530 7.3 50- 803.2 x 350 330 8.8 80-1304.0 x 350 220 9.0 120-1805.0 x 350 150 9.2 160-220

    C Si Mn0.14 0.18 0.55

    Cellulose covered electrode for vertical down circumferentialwelds in pipeline constructions. Excellent weldability in root, hot,fill and cap pass welding. Easy slag removal.Particularly suitable fo