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  • E308

    Features and Applications

    • Rutile coated low carbon electrode Used for the welding of food tanks, acid, gas, steam and water fittings, stainless Cr steels and corrosion resistant materials in the chemical industry
    • Resistant to corrosion and cracks.
    • Working temperature is up to +350 °C
    • Re-drying: 120-200ºC / 2 h.
    • Easy handling, good welding characteristics, suitable for welding on AC or DC.
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  • E309

    Features and Applications
    • GeKa ELOX R 309L electrodes are widely used in carbon-stainless steel joints. for example, joining mild or low alloy steels with AISI 304.
    • If a service temperature above 370 °C or heat treatment is applied after welding dissimilar steels, embrittlement or cracking may occur. This requires procedural control.
    • Ferrite content of weld metal is greater than 8 FN and reduces the possibility of intergranular carbide precipitation. This thereby increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion without the use of niobium.
    • Re-drying: 120-200ºC / 2 h.
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  • E316

    Features and Applications
    • Low carbon alloyed core wire austenitic electrode with basic coating for use in all industries where analogous steels, including higher carbon grades and ferritic 13% Cr types are welded. High ductility of weld metal, therefore preferably used for welding of heavy sections.
    • Very good out-of-position weldability.
    • Good low-temperature ductility down to -196°C.
    • Resistance to intergranular corrosion up to 400°C.
    • No requirement of preheating or postweld heat treatement of weld metal
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  • E6013

    Features and Applications
    • The mostly used type among the rutile electrodes
    • Easy striking
    • Spatter and fume formation in low amounts
    • Good welding beads
    • Electrode coating of high thickness
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  • E7018

    Features and Applications
    • Suitabilty for use in out-of-position welding except for welding at vertical down position.
    • Excellent strength and toughness.
    • Suitability for the formation of welding buffer layers when building up high-carbon steels.
    • Weld deposits with very low hydrogen content.
    • Weld metal recovery of about 120%.
    • Requirement of re-drying for minimum 2 hours at the temperatures between 300°C and 350°C.
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  • ER 70 S-6

    Features and Applications

    • Used for the same welding purposes as SG2
    • Its strength is increased by Si-Mn
    • Low spatter although used under CO2 atmosphere
    • Excellent wire feeding capability
    • Shielding gases: MAG; Ar+CO2 mix gases, TIG; %100 Ar gas can be used
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