Conforms to Certification: AWS A5.14 | ASME SFA A5.14
Weld Process: GTAW Welding Process
|AWS Chemical Composition Requirements|
|C = 0.08 max||Cu = 0.50 max|
|Mn = 1.0 max||Ni = 70.0 min|
|Fe = 6.0 – 10.0||Co = 0.12 max|
|P = 0.03 max||Cr = 14.0 – 17.0|
|S = 0.015 max||Nb + Ta = 1.5 – 3.0|
|Si = 0.35 max||Other = 0.50 max|
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ERNiCrFe-5 is used primarily for gas tungsten arc and gas metal arc matching composition base metals. It is also used for welding Inconel 601 and Incoloy 800. It can be used to weld dissimilar metal combinations such as steel, stainless steel, Inconel and Incoloy alloys.
|Deposited Chemical Composition % (Typical)|
|Ni = 73.0||Cr = 15.5||Nb = 2.2|
|Fe = 8.0|
|Deposited All Weld Metal Properties % (AW)|
|Tensile Strength||80,000 psi|
|Yield Strength||40,000 psi|
Deposited Charpy-V-Notch Impact Properties %
Recommended Welding Parameters for TIG, MIG, and SAW Welding of Nickel Alloys
|Process||Diameter of Wire||Voltage (V)||Amperage (A)||Gas|
|Tig||.035 inches x 36||12 – 15||60 – 90||100% Argon|
|.045 inches x 36||13 – 16||80 – 110||100% Argon|
|1/16 inches x 36||14 – 18||90 – 130||100% Argon|
|3/32 inches x 36||15 – 20||120 – 175||100% Argon|
|1/8 inches x 36||15 – 20||150 – 220||100% Argon|
Note: Other shielding Gases may be used for Tig welding. Shielding gases are chosen taking Quality, cost, and Operability into consideration.
Note: Both agglomerated and fused fluxes can be used for submerged arc welding.
Note: The chemical composition of the flux mainly affects the chemistry of the weld metal and consequently its corrosion resistance and mechanical properties.