PURPOSE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION
High nickel cast iron electrode featuring a totally non-conductive flux coating. Provide a malleable welded seam when welding any kind of cast iron. Due to the non-conducting flux coating, especially suited for welding thin-walled parts and welding in deep recesses or close quarters. Typical applications: heads and cylinder blocks, pump housings, transmissions and differentials, impellers, etc.
|ISO 1071: E Ni
AWS/ASME A 5.15 E Ni-CI
DIN 8573: E Ni BG 11
COATING TYPE — Special
Unusually strong arc drive penetrates oil and grease easily. Excellent for vertical up welding. Flux coating does not side arc even after being heated.
CHEICAL COMPOSITION OF DEPOSITED METAL, %
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF WELD METAL
|Tensile strength, MPa
||Yield strength, MPa
|Vickers: 14 HV
||Brinnel: 155 HBW
||Rockwell B: 82-84 HRC
Clean the welding area from dirt. Prepare edges at 70°-90°. Maintain a short or medium arc length and the minimum possible amperage. Weld with short rolls to avoid local overheating. Hammer the seam to relieve tension. Remove slag between passes. Let the product cool down slowly.
Recommended Current: DC Reverse (+).
||Welding current, А
РА; РВ; PC; РЕ; PD; PF; PG
||Units per package, pcs
||Weight of packing, kg