All positional Rutile flux cored wire designed for welding 18/8 stainless steels including 304 and stabilised 347 grades. Service temperatures are typically -196°C to 400°C. Applications include food, brewery and general fabrication.
Features and Applications
Rutile type, rapid hardening flux cored wire
Weld metal structure is austenitic (CrNi alloyed, 308 type)
Used in pharmaceutical, paper and food industry
Ferritic stainless steel, high carbon 304 and stabilized 347 grades can be welded this wire
Weld metal has resisting between -196°C and 400°C service temperature
Shielding Gas: CO2 or M21
Vacuumed packed spools
Typical Base Material Grades
(1.4306) X2CrNi19-11, (1.4301) X5CrNi18-10, (1.4311) X2 CrNiN 18-10 (1.4312) GX10CrNi18-8)
AISI 304-304L-304LN, 302, 321-347, ASTM: A 157, Gr C9, A 320 Gr B8C or D
|EN ISO 17633-A – T19 9 L P M21/C1 1||FCAW / D.C. (+)|
|AWS A5.22 – E 308 L T1-1/-4|
|Chemical Composition of Weld Metal % (Typical)|
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