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Welding Consumables Handbook

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No. of Certificate: SCcpeor application: Name and address ol the supplier: Specified requirements Period of validity: cotogne, October flih, 2014 TIJV HhrtlsriiJ lyi^irUSmi#* Gn>tH Zif}( f(M    f'-TKllKta Conformity of factory production control pursuant to Regulation (EC) No, 305(2011: System 2+ 0035-CPR-C921 According to Regulation (EC) No 305/2011 ol the European Parliament and of th& Council or & March 2011 {Conslructiw Produces Regulation - CPR}. tens Certificate applies to the construction prcuJud stated below: Welding consumable (filler metals and fluxes) for fusion v/eldmg of...

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Please note that all data is provided without engagement. The contents of this manual have been carefully investigated, checked and revised. Nevertheless, they are subject to change and typographical and other errors are excepted.

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Technical specifications    Page

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Welding consumablesAvailable forms of wire electrodes in accordance with DIN EN ISOD 200 DIN 8559    D 200

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Index of welding consumablesSolid wires Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesSolid wires Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesSolid wires Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesFlux cored wires Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesFlux cored wires Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesStick electrodes Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesStick electrodes Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesTIG welding rods Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesTIG welding rods Alloy type

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Index of welding consumablesSAW wires and fluxes Alloy type

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Welding consumablesComparison table of EN name and EWM designation EN    EWM designation

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Welding consumablesComparison table of EN name and EWM designation EN    EWM designation

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Welding consumablesComparison table of EN name and EWM designation EN    EWM designation

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Welding consumablesComparison table of EN name and EWM designation EN    EWM designation

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Welding consumablesComparison table of EN name and EWM designation EWM designation    Page

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Welding consumablesStandards and abbreviations EN standard/ DIN EN ISO STANDARD

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EN standard/ DIN EN ISO Standard title STANDARD

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Welding consumables Standards and abbreviations H Test certificates in accordance with EN 10204

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Welding consumables Standards and abbreviations Approval and acceptance authorities ABS American Bureau of Shipping Bureau Veritas Deutsche Bahn Germanischer Lloyd Lloyd´s Register of Shipping Technischer Überwachungsverein The current scope of the permit for individual welding consumables should always be requested if necessary. Separate copies may be provided. American Welding Society British Standard Conformité Européenne Deutsche Industrienorm Europäische Norm Power symbols Direct current (negatively charged electrode) Direct current (positively charged electrode) Alternating current

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Welding consumables Overview of gases Z    Mixed gases not listed in the table or mixed gases with a composition outside the ranges stated ** *Argon may be completely replaced by helium for this classification ** Two mixed gases with the same Z classification may not be replaced with each other

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Welding consumables Overview of gases Gases in accordance with DIN EN 439 Short description Group

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Welding consumables Example for standardisation in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14341 Classification by yield strength and impact energy of 47J in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14341-A A weld metal made by GMAW has a minimum yield strength of 420 MPa and an average minimum Charpy impact of 47 J at -40°C; mixed gas (M21) was used. The designation is as follows: ISO 14341-A-G 42 4 M21 3Si1 A weld metal produced using a ISO 14341-A-G 42 4 M21 3Si1 electrode has the following mechanical properties: Yield strength Minimum Charpy impact: M21 gas: Number of this international standard, classification...

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Welding consumablesExample for standardisation in accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581 E 1 Code for manual arc welding systems Abbreviation for chemical composition of the weld metal The components of the alloy are given in the order Cr, Ni and Mo, respectively, without the chemical code. Alloy components such as niobium, manganese and nitrogen are included as chemical codes with no number for the alloy component. The additional L stands for a very low carbon content. The mechanical properties specified in the standard must be met. Code    Coating type Ratio    Metal recovery (%)    Current type

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Welding consumables Standardisation example for stick electrodes in accordance with DIN EN "*2 if not specified: Mo<0.2, Ni<0.3,Cr<0.2, V<0.08, Nb<0.05, Cu<0.3, are each maximum values

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Welding consumables example for stick electrodes in accordance with DIN EN ISO 2560-A Coating type Thick rutile *3 ratio of coating to rod diameter 1.6 Ratio    Metal recovery (%)    Current type *3 ratio of coating to rod diameter 1.6 Ratio    Welding position 2    All positions except vertical-down weld 7    3    Butt weld in flat position Fillet weld in flat and horizontal position 4    Butt and fillet welds in flat position 5    For fillet welds and as per figure 3 Maximum diffusible hydrogen content (ml/100 g molten weld material)

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High temperature Thermal shock Suitability criteria: 1 = very good; 2 = good; 3 = suitable; 4 = not suitable; a = artificially aged 3 h to 4 h at 480°C, b = strain-hardening Alloy code Hardfacing suitability Welding consumables Hard materials in an Fe matrix Hardness range Martensitic/austenitic ch + carbides Martensitic/austenitic ch + carbides

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High temperature Thermal shock Suitability criteria: 1 = very good; 2 = good; 3 = suitable; 4 = not suitable; a = artificially aged 3 h to 4 h at 480 °C, b = strain-hardening Alloy code Hardfacing suitability Welding consumables CuAl alloy Alpha mixed crystal + intermetallic phases Austenitic + precipitations 1,500 HV to 2,800 HV (hard materials) Hard materials in an Fe matrix Hardness range

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