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Metrode Ultramet 2507

Ultramet 2507 is designed for welding wrought, forged or cast super duplex stainless steels for service normally in the as welded condition. Duplex stainless steel pipe, plate, fittings and forgings have an approximate 50:50 microstructure of austenite with a ferrite matrix. This, coupled with general alloying level, confers:

High strength compared with standard austenitic steels, e.g. Type 316Lmatrix. This, coupled with general alloying level, confers: Good general corrosion resistance in a range of

Good general corrosion resistance in a range of environmentscompared with standard austenitic steels, e.g. Type 316L High resistance to chloride induced stress corrosion

High resistance to chloride induced stress corrosion cracking (CSCC)Good general corrosion resistance in a range of environments High resistance to pitting attack in chloride

High resistance to pitting attack in chloride environments, e.g. seawater.to chloride induced stress corrosion cracking (CSCC) These alloys are finding widening application in the

These alloys are finding widening application in the offshore oil/ gas, chemical and petrochemical process industries, e.g. pipework systems, flowlines, risers, manifolds, etc.

Re-baking Re-dry electrodes at 200 - 250°C for 1 - hours.

Re-baking Re-dry electrodes at 200 - 250°C for 1 - hours. Classifications ANS A5.4 E2594-16 EN

Classifications

ANS

A5.4

E2594-16

EN ISO

3581-A

E 2594 Cu N L R 12

EN ISO

3581-B

ES 2594-16 (nearest)

Typical Chemical Analysis

 

% Carbon

0,03

% Nickel

9,5

% Manganese

1,0

% Molybdenum

4,0

% Silicon

0,8

% Copper

0,1

% Sulphur

0,01

% Nitrogen

0,25

% Phosphorous

0,02

% PRE n

42,0

% Chromium

25,5

Typical Mechanical Properties (All weld metal)

 

Tensile Strength

890 MPa

0,2% Proof Stress

750 MPa

% Elongation on 4d

26

% Elongation on 5d

24

% Reduction in Area

35

Impact Energy at -20°C

28 J

Impact Energy at -50°C

21 J

Hardness

28 HRc

Packing Data (DC+ AC OCV 55 V min)

 

Diameter

Current

Canned Pack Mass

Item Number

(mm)

(A)

(kg)

3,2

75 - 120

4,5

W078375

4,0

100 - 155

4,6

W078376

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Metrode Zeron ® 100 XKS

Zeron ® 100 XKS is a basic all-position electrode for welding Zeron ® 100 and other super duplex alloys for service in the as welded condition. This electrode is overmatching with respect to nickel content to achieve the correct austenite- ferrite microstructural phase balance. It is designed for the most demanding vertical and overhead welding positions such as fixed pipework qualified to ASME 6G position.

Re-baking Re-dry electrodes at 200 - 300°C for 1 - 2 hours.

Re-dry electrodes at 200 - 300°C for 1 - 2 hours. Classifications AWS A5.4 E2595-15 EN

Classifications

AWS

A5.4

E2595-15

EN ISO

3581-A

E 2594 N L B 12

EN ISO

3581-B

ES 2594-15

Typical Chemical Analysis

 

% Carbon

0,003

% Nickel

9,3

% Manganese

0,9

% Molybdenum

3,6

% Silicon

0,5

% Tungsten

0,7

% Sulphur

0,005

% Copper

0,7

% Phosphorous

0,02

% Nitrogen

0,23

% Chromium

25,0

PRE n 41

PRE w 42

Pitting Resistance Equivalent

PRE n = Cr + 3,3Mo + 16N

PRE w = Cr + 3,3Mo + 1,65W + 16N

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Typical Mechanical Properties (All weld metal)

0,2% Proof Stress

 

650 - 750 MPa

Tensile Strength

 

800 - 950 MPa

%

Elongation on 5d

22 - 25

Charpy V-Notch at -20°C

55 J

Charpy V-Notch at -50°C

40 J

Hardness

 

270 - 320 HV

Packing Data

 

(DC+)

Diameter

Electrode Length

Current

Pack Mass

Item Number

(mm)

(mm)

(A)

(kg)

2,5

300

50 - 75

3 x 4,0

W078372

3,2

350

70 - 95

3 x 4,7

W078373

4,0

350

100 - 155

3 x 4,5

W078374

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Metrode Thermet 22H

Thermet 22H is designed to match similar high carbon cast alloys originating from Blaw-Knox (now Duraloy) alloy 22H. The high carbon 28% Cr, 50% Ni, 5% W matrix provides excellent hot strength and oxidation resistance at typical service temperatures of 950 - 1 250°C. High nickel gives the alloy good resistance to carburisation and under oxidising conditions high chromium provides useful resistance to sulphidation. Applications include highly stressed furnace parts, sintering and calcining muffles, cement kiln components resistant to hot abrasion, radiant tubes and pyrolysis coils.

Re-baking Re-dry electrodes at 150 - 250°C for 1 - 2 hours.

Re-dry electrodes at 150 - 250°C for 1 - 2 hours. Typical Chemical Analysis % Carbon

Typical Chemical Analysis

%

Carbon

0,5

% Chromium

28,0

%

Manganese

1,0

% Nickel

51,0

% Silicon

0,7

% Tungsten

5,0

% Sulphur

0,006

% Iron

14,0

% Phosphorous

0,01

Typical Mechanical Properties (All weld metal)

Tensile Strength

780 MPa

0,2% Proof Stress

590 MPa

%

Elongation on 4d

7

Microstructure

The as welded microstructure consists of high alloy austenite with primary eutectic and secondary carbides

Packing Data

(DC+)

Diameter

Current

Canned Pack Mass

Item Number

(mm)

(A)

(kg)

3,2

85 - 120

4,0

W078360

4,0

110 - 160

4,1

W078361

5,0

140 - 200

4,0

W078362

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