Stainless Steel Alloys

Provide high-tensile and excellent resistance to heat moisture and corrosion. Available in stick electrodes, tubular wires, MIG  and TIG wires.

Product list

E 308-16
Excellent for use on Type 301, 302, 304, 305 and 308 base metals. It is specially formulated with more than .04 carbon to provide maximum elevated temperature strength. Has a smooth running arc that results in a uniform weld bead that is flat to slightly convex. It is also idea for use as a intermediate layer prior to the deposit of hardfacing materials. Yields a concave weld bead that is smooth and refined.
E 308L-16
Primarily designed for welding type 308L base metal with low or medium carbon content. Contains low carbon to avert carbide precipitation during welding as well as weld service. Excellent for welding 18 Cr-8 Ni steels. Has a smooth running arc that results in a uniform weld bead that is flat to slight convex.
E 309L-16
Low carbon content makes it excellent for applications where reduced susceptibility to sensitization during high temperature service is necessary. Outstanding for dissimilar metal welding such as weld overlay or for welding type 309 stainless steel to mild or low alloy steels. It has a smooth running arc that results in a uniform weld bead that is flat to slightly convex.

 

E 316L-16
The welds show high resistance to corrosion and fissuring. This makes it an outstanding choice for critical applications. Excellent for welding stainless steel types 316, 316L and 318. It has a smooth running arc that results in a uniform weld bead that is flat to slightly convex.
E 312-16
Designed for welding dissimilar joints of Type 312 metals. Can be used on hardenable steels, steel armor and generally hard-to-weld steels, offering outstanding performance with a directional arc and self-detaching slag.
E 410
Designed to weld stainless steels of similar chemical composition as well as to overlay carbon steels to impart corrosion, erosion and abrasion resistance. Typical Applications: surfacing steel mill rolls, furnace and burner parts, and turbine parts.

 

ER 308L
This is an austenitic stainless steel solid wire for submerged arc welding.
ER 309L
Used for joining similar 309L alloys or for joining 300-series stainless steels to carbon or low alloy steels.
ER 316L
This is an austenitic stainless steel solid wire for submerged arc welding.

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