Essentials Guide - BOC New Zealand

Essentials Guide - BOC New Zealand
→ New Zealand Edition 2017
Essentials Guide
Welding and related safety products
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Intro → Locations
Order Placement and Enquiries
Visit your nearest BOC Gas & Gear Centre today.
For the location of your nearest Gas & Gear, or to place an order,
call our Customer Engagement Centre on 0800 111 333.
Whangarei
New Zealand
Auckland Penrose
970 Great South Rd
Auckland West
334 Rosebank Rd, Avondale
Blenheim
Cnr Redwood St & Park Tce
Christchurch
21-27 Epsom Rd, Sockburn
Dunedin
4 Orari St
Gisborne
53d Awapuni Rd
Hamilton
2 Sunshine Ave, Te Rapa
Invercargill
161 Bond St
Lower Hutt
27-33 Seaview Rd, Seaview
Napier
1 Leyland St, Onekawa
Nelson
107 St Vincent St, Nelson
New Plymouth
Cnr Gover & Molesworth St
Palmerston North
584 Tremaine Ave
Rotorua
26 Riri St
Tauranga
Cnr Hewlett Rd & Waimarie St
Timaru
Unit 4, 171–183 Hilton Hwy, Washdyke
Whangarei
54 Rewarewa Rd
Auckland 2
Hamilton
Rotorua
Gisborne
New Plymouth
Napier
Palmerston North
Blenheim
Timaru
Dunedin
Invercargill
www.boc.co.nz
Lower Hutt
Nelson
Christchurch
0800 111 333
Tauranga
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Contents
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Section 1 Welding Gases
12
Section 2 Gas Cutting, Welding and Brazing
34
Section 3 Welding Equipment
70
Section 4 Consumables
111
Section 5 Trade Tools
119
Section 6 Welding Protection
129 Section 7 Personal Protective Equipment
Products are stocked in Gas & Gear Stores unless marked:
d Delivered to customer from local warehouse
m Products stocked to meet specfic market needs
p Delivered to customer from supplier
All items are available online, or call Customer Engagement Centre 0800 111 333
Safety Data sheets for BOC welding consumables and metal treatment chemicals can be found on www.boc.com.au under SDS.
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Section 1 → Welding Gases
Welding Gases
Shielding Gas Selection Chart
Arc Transfer
Spray
Modified Spray
Dip
Excellent —
Poor
Weld Characteristics
P = Performance Line C = Competence Line
for GMA, flux-cored, metal-cored, solid wire welding
Material Thickness (mm)
1–12
Cylinder
Colours
Weld Characteristics
13+
Penetration
Spatter free
Speed
Fillet shape
Finish
Gas
Principal Benefits
ARGOSHIELD® Light
Versatile for thin material.
Minimal spatter.
C
ARGOSHIELD® Universal
Most versatile wide working range.
C
ARGOSHIELD® Heavy
Good appearance.
Low defect levels on thick material.
C
etal
ARGOSHIELD® M
Versatile suitable for solid and
metal cored wire up to 12mm.
C
SPECSHIELD® FCW
Ideal for flux cored welding.
Good penetration.
C
Industrial CO2
Good penetration.
GMAW Carbon and Low Alloy Steels
Cored
C
FCAW Carbon, Alloy and Stainless Steels
SPECSHIELD® FCW
Good weld appearance. Superior
control in positional welding.
C
Industrial CO2
Some wires designed for use under
CO2 only. High cylinder contents.
C
etal
ARGOSHIELD® M
Excellent appearance. Low slag.
C
SPECSHIELD® FCW
Good penetration.
C
SPECSHIELD® Multi
Downhand fillet welding. Thin plate.
C
STAINSHIELD® MIG
General purpose mixture.
Good wetting action.
Smooth weld surface.
C
STAINSHIELD® Heavy
Versatile for thick material. Excellent
arc stability. Good penetration.
P
STAINSHIELD® Universal
Excellent arc stability. Fast speed,
good penetration. Low defect levels.
P
STAINSHIELD® Light
Good for sheetmetal.
Recommended for root passes
on pipe without purge.
P
ALUSHIELD® Light
Minimal spatter. Good appearance.
Fast weld speed.
P
ALUSHIELD® Universal
Good for thick or thin plate.
Excellent arc characteristics.
P
ALUSHIELD® Heavy
Fast, good penetration on thicker
material. Wide bead shape.
P
Welding Argon
Versatile, general purpose mixture.
C
MCAW Carbon and Low Alloy Steels
Cored
GMAW Stainless Steels
GMAW Aluminium and Alloys
The gases listed here represent BOC’s main range of shielding gases. For the complete range refer to the BOC Shielding Gases brochure on www.boc.co.nz under Technical Resources.
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Shielding gas selection is a critical part of cost-effective welding
You can maximise your productivity and improve efficiencies by
making one simple decision – investing in the right welding gas for
your specific application.
BOC’s welding gases range of Argoshield, Stainshield, Alushield and
Specshield aren’t just commodities. They are actually optimisation
tools for the serious welder and are designed to provide you with
quality welding performance and improved cost-effectiveness. How?
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•Labour
•Welding gas
•Welding wire
•Power consumption
If you were to invest in the right BOC welding gas for your specific
application, as opposed to using regular gas for your welding, you will
notice that while the cost of the welding gas is slightly higher, your
actual overall production cost can be reduced dramatically as shown
on the diagram.
Welding gases can positively influence your welding result through
the following:
•Surface appearance
•Welding speed
•Metallurgy and mechanical properties
•Weld geometry
•Arc stability
•Metal transfer
•Shielding effect
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Section 1 → Welding Gases
Gas Cylinder Sizes
High pressure steel
Low pressure aluminum
Low pressure factored gases
Acetylene
1.75m
1.50m
1.25m
1.00m
0.75m
0.50m
G
GM
F
D
A
G
F
E
D
F
G
D
A
S
SE
T
FT
FS
Gas Cylinder Contents
Code
Argoshield Light
500
Argoshield Universal
Argoshield Heavy
Argoshield Metal Cored
Argoshield FCW
Carbon Dioxide
Stainshield MIG
Specshield Multi
502
169
511
Alushield Heavy
508
9.40
100
120
LPG Forklift Gas
174
170
TS/ET
T/FT
FS
S/SE
0.27
2.06
0.90
G8
10.53
G15
167.20
65.40
163.54
192.06
9.80
480.15
9.56
8.09
8.25
4.84
8.48
9.63
142.74
8.64
8.26
8.09
1.46
0.61
G6
9.79
33.00
1.67
510
Acetylene
LPG Handigas
1.94
507
230
GM
10.90
1.67
130
506
Oxygen
10.16
1.63
504
Alushield Light
Stainshield TIG Plus
5.14
6.80
509
505
Stainshield TIG
G
10.10
512
Stainshield Heavy
Alushield Universal
2.05
F
516
503
Argon
D
2.14
501
Stainshield Light
Stainshield Universal
A
7.37
4.90
3.00
8.30
0.25m
Cylinders
Packs
TS/T sizes only available in Auckland
FT size only available in North Island
(Measured in M³ @ standard temperature and pressure) *(Measured in kg)
Gas
TS
ET
7.10
49.59
6.70
15.10
19.10
18.00
45.00
53.03
145.50
MCP15
152.34
160.05
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Australian and New Zealand Compressed Cylinder Valve Connections
(Australian Standard AS2473.2)
Cylinders and valves supplied by BOC are manufactured to recognised
Australian, New Zealand and international standards.
Australian and New Zealand made industrial gases and industrial gas
mixtures are supplied with cylinder outlet connections that comply
with the requirements of AS2473.2.
Type 10
5/8” BSP RH Internal, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread I.D, 21.0mm
Gases: o
xygen, helium, argon, non-flammable
non-toxic mixtures
Type 17
W21.8 RH External, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread O.D. 21.8mm,
centre hole 13.3mm x 22mm deep
Gases: oxygen
Type 20
5/8” BSP LH Internal, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread I.D. 21.0mm
Gases: a cetylene, carbon monoxide, ethane,
ethylene, hydrogen, methane, flammable
gases, flammable non-toxic mixtures
Type 21
Type 34
3/4” BSP RH External, 14 T.P.I.
Flat end sealing face, thread O.D. 26.3mm
Gases: refrigerant gases
Type 41
3/8” BSP LH External, 19 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread O.D. 16.5mm
Gases: LPG, butane, propane, propylene
Type 44
3/8” BSP RH External, 14 T.P.I.
Flat end sealing face, thread O.D. 16.5mm
Gases: non-flammable toxic mixtures
Type 50
0.885” NGO LH Internal, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread I.D. 21.0mm
Gases: LPG, butane, propane, propylene
W24x2 RH External, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread O.D. 24.0mm,
1st centre hole 13.3mm x 8.1mm deep
Gases: nitrogen, neon, krypton, xenon, nitrogen/
carbon dioxide mixtures, non-flammable
non-toxic non-oxidising mixtures
Type 25
Type 51
Type 26
Type 60
Type 30
Type 61
W21.8 LH External, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread I.D. 21.8mm,
centre hole 10.0mm x 22mm deep
Gases: acetylene
0.903” NGO LH External, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread O.D. 22.9mm,
centre hole 15.0mm x 5.6mm deep
Gases: LPG (liquid withdrawal only)
0.860” WHIT RH, 14 T.P.I.
Flat end sealing face, thread O.D. 21.8mm
Gases: carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide
Type 32
1/2” BSP RH External, 14 T.P.I.
Flat end sealing face, thread O.D. 20.8mm
Gases: ammonia, sulpur dioxide
1.045” NGO RH Internal, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread I.D. 24.6mm
Gases (up to 31,500 kPa): argon, helium,
nitrogen, neon, krypton, xenon
W27x2 RH External, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread O.D. 27.0mm,
1st centre hole 18.2mm x 8.1mm deep
Gases: air
0.825” NGO RH External, 14 T.P.I.
Internal angled sealing face, thread O.D. 20.8mm,
centre hole 12.8mm x 12.1mm deep
Gases (up to 31,500 kPa): air
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Section 1 → Welding Gases
Carbon and low alloy steels
ARGOSHIELD® Light
Gas Code 500
Gas
Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
Argon
Water Vapour
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Purity
ARGOSHIELD® Universal
Gas Code 501
Gas
2%
5%
Balance
≤10 ppm*
Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
Argon
Water Vapour
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Purity
ARGOSHIELD® Heavy
Gas Code 502
Gas
2%
12%
Balance
≤10 ppm*
Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
Argon
Water Vapour
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Applications
Applications
Applications
Features
Features
Features
• Sheet metal engineering industries
• Automotive components manufacture
• Cabinets/steel furniture manufacture
• Domestic appliance manufacture
• Easy to use
• Good appearance and quality finish
• Minimal spatter production negates
the need to clean weld
• Can be used with manual, automatic and
robotic machines
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Carbon Dioxide
Argon
Water Vapour
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Applications
• General fabrication
• Light to medium plate fabrication
• Structural steelworks
• 2GR pipe spooling
Features
• Excellent arc stability
• Minimal spatter
• Fluid weld pool
• Excellent weld shape
Benefits
• Low defect levels
• Improved weld fusion
• Good appearance and quality finish
• Minimal clean-up required
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Benefits
Benefits
• Improved weld fusion
• Good weld appearance with low reinforcement
levels
• Easy to use
• Can be used with manual, automatic and
robotic machines
• Improved weld fusion
• Good appearance and finish
• Easy to use
• Can be used on automated machines
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Outlet Connection – Type 10
ARGOSHIELD® Metal Cored
Gas Code 516
Gas
≤10 ppm*
• Stable welding arc
• Fluid weld pool
• Excellent arc stability
• Fluid weld pool
• Used in dip, pulsed and spray
metal transfer modes
• Fast travel speed
Benefits
2%
18%
Balance
• Heavy engineering
• Heavy structural steel
• Boiler manufacture
• Ship building and repair
• General fabrication
• Structural steelworks
• Bridgework
• Pressure vessels and boilers
• Excellent arc stability
• Low arc energy
• Low oxidation potential
• Wide operating envelope
Purity
SPECSHIELD® FCW
Gas Code 512
Purity
10%
Balance
≤25 ppm*
Gas
Carbon Dioxide
Argon
Water Vapour
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Purity
• Heavy structural steel
• Mining equipment
• Pressure vessels and boilers
• Heavy wall piping
Features
• High heat input efficiency
• Deep penetration
• Faster weld speeds than CO2
• Prevents porosity
• Excellent dip transfer characteristics
• Higher productivity due to faster welding
speeds than CO2 with flux cored wires
• Versatile
• Low repair rates
• Good weld appearance
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Gas
23%
Balance
≤25 ppm*
Applications
Benefits
Carbon Dioxide Industrial
Grade, Compressed (CO2)
Gas Code 169
Carbon Dioxide
(Liquid Phase)
Water Vapour
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Purity
>99.8%
≤80ppm*
≤100ppm
Application
• For welding carbon and alloy steel and
stainless steel with flux cored wires
• BOC recommends the use of the ARGOSHIELD
range as the preferred mild steel
MIG welding gas
Features
• A colourless and odourless gas that can cause
the nose to sting in high concentration
• Toxic in high concentrations
• An asphyxiant (does not support life)
• Higher spatter levels compared to
ARGOSHIELD® range
Benefits
• Higher density than air provides good
shielding properties
• This chemical property has led to its use
as a reactant in some chemical processes
Outlet Connection – Type 30
Not all cylinders and packs are available at all BOC outlets. Please check with your local BOC branch on 0800 111 333. Other sized cylinders and packs may also be available on request.
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GMAW stainless steels
STAINSHIELD® MIG
Gas Code 509
Gas
Carbon Dioxide
Argon
Water Vapour
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
SPECSHIELD® Multi
Gas Code 511
Purity
≤10 ppm*
Applications
STAINSHIELD® Light
Gas Code 503
Gas
2.5%
Balance
Oxygen
Argon
Water Vapour
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Purity
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
• Good fusion
• Clean weld appearance and finish
• Increase in welding speed
• Excellent arc stability
• Low oxidation potential
Benefits
• Improved productivity due to faster weld speed
• Low distortion
• Clean weld appearance and finish
• Optimum corrosion resistance
• Higher operator appeal
• Minimal weld finish
Outlet Connection – Type 10
STAINSHIELD® Universal
Gas Code 504
Gas
Carbon Dioxide
Helium
Argon
Water Vapour
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Applications
• Pressure vessels and tanks
• Motor vehicle exhaust systems
• Duct work
Features
• Excellent arc stability
• Low oxidation potential
Benefits
• Good fusion
• Clean weld appearance and finish
• Increase in welding speed
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Purity
2%
55%
Balance
≤10 ppm*
≤25 ppm
STAINSHIELD® Heavy
Gas Code 505
Gas
Carbon Dioxide
Helium
Argon
Water Vapour
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
≤25 ppm
Features
Benefits
Outlet Connection – Type 10
1.5%
85%
Balance
≤10 ppm*
• Pressure vessels and tanks
• Motor vehicle exhaust systems
• Duct work
• No carbon pick up
• Good arc stability
• Low heat input
• Good edge wetting
• Fast weld speed
Benefits
Purity
Applications
Features
• Excellent arc stability
• Low oxidation potential
Carbon Dioxide
Helium
Argon
Water Vapour
≤10 ppm*
• Railway rolling stock
• Process equipment
• Tanks
• Architectural work
Features
Gas
2%
Balance
Applications
• Pressure vessels and tanks
• Motor vehicle exhaust systems
• Duct work
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Purity
2%
38%
Balance
≤10 ppm*
≤25 ppm
• Good fusion
• Clean weld appearance and finish
• Increase in welding speed
Outlet Connection – Type 10
GMAW aluminium and alloys
Argon Welding Grade,
Compressed (Ar)
Gas Code 130
Gas
Argon
Water Vapour
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Purity
>99.99%
≤10ppm*
≤10ppm
Applications
• Pressure vessels and piping
• Structural high alloy steel work
• Storage tanks
• Petrochemical plants
• The predominant gas used in shielding gases
• Argon is used alone or mixed with other
gases such as helium, carbon dioxide, oxygen,
nitrogen or hydrogen
• Argon is used as a shielding gas for TIG
welding aluminium, titanium and copper
• Excellent arc stability
• Low oxidisation potential
• Used in dip, spray and pulsed transfer modes
• Fluid weld pool
• Reduced spatter
• Inert to all materials at all temperatures
and pressures
• Heavier than air, argon will collect in low-lying
areas, ducts and drains
• An asphyxiant
Applications
Features
Features
Benefits
Benefits
• Low defect levels on thicker sections
of material
• Clean, bright appearance and finish
• Reduced clean-up and repair
• Can be used on robotic and mechanical
machines
Outlet Connection – Type 10
• Argon produced by BOC has a minimum purity
level of 99.995% ideal for welding applications
• The low ionising potential allows easy forming
of a welding arc without reacting with the
metal components being welded
• When welding thicker materials, other gases
are added to the argon base to produce a more
fluid weld pool
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Not all cylinders and packs are available at all BOC outlets. Please check with your local BOC branch on 0800 111 333. Other sized cylinders and packs may also be available on request.
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Section 1 → Welding Gases
ALUSHIELD® Light
Gas Code 506
ALUSHIELD® Universal
Gas Code 507
Gas
Purity
Helium
Argon
Water Vapour
Gas
30%
Balance
≤5 ppm*
Oxygen
≤8 ppm
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Applications
ALUSHIELD® Heavy
Gas Code 508
Purity
Helium
Argon
Water Vapour
50%
Balance
≤5 ppm*
Oxygen
≤8 ppm
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Applications
• Boat and ship building
• Tankers
• Truck body work
• Water heaters and heat exchangers
• Heat exchangers
• Tanks and vessels
• Rail carriages
• Can be used for copper and stainless steel
TIG welding
Features
• Excellent arc stability
• Flatter weld bead with low reinforcement
• Good fusion characteristics
• Little or no spatter
Benefits
• Lower spatter reduces clean-up time
• Improved weld metal properties
• Easy to use
• Good appearance and finish with low
reinforcement levels
Features
Gas
Hydrogen
Argon
Water Vapour
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Applications
• Pressure vessels and tanks
• Motor vehicle exhaust systems
• Duct work
Features
• Excellent arc stability
• Low oxidation potential
Benefits
• Good fusion
• Clean weld appearance and finish
• Increase in welding speed
Outlet Connection – Type 10
≤8 ppm
Applications
• Aluminium castings
• Ship building and armoured vehicles
• Heavy aluminium fabrication
• Road and rail transport
Features
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Outlet Connection – Type 10
STAINSHIELD TIG Plus
Gas Code 230
Argon Welding Grade,
Compressed (Ar)
Gas Code 130
Purity
≤10 ppm
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
• Faster welding speed
• Reduced porosity
• Improved productivity
Gas
2%
Balance
≤10 ppm*
70%
Balance
≤5 ppm*
• Improved weld metal properties
• Easy to use
• Lower risk of defect levels
• Good appearance and high quality finish
with low reinforcement levels
®
STAINSHIELD TIG
Gas Code 510
Helium
Argon
Water Vapour
Benefits
TIG stainless steels
®
Purity
• Excellent arc stability
• Low distortion and oxidisation potential
• Wide bead shape with low reinforcement
• Good fusion characteristics
• Stable welding arc
• Excellent appearance and finish
• Excellent fusion characteristics
• Suitable for applications where
penetration is critical
Benefits
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Gas
Hydrogen
Argon
Water Vapour
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Applications
• Automatic and orbital welding
• Pressure and storage vessals
• Stuctural high alloy steel work
Features
• High integity welds
• Stable, smooth welding arc
• Excellent fusion characteristics
Benefits
• Strong weld
• Clean weld appearance and finish
• Inproved productivity
Outlet Connection – Type 20
Purity
Gas
5%
Balance
≤10 ppm*
≤5 ppm
Argon
Water Vapour
Oxygen
* Full cylinder pressure @ 15°C
Purity
>99.99%
≤10ppm*
≤10ppm
Applications
• The predominant gas used in shielding gases
• Argon is used alone or mixed with other
gases such as helium, carbon dioxide, oxygen,
nitrogen or hydrogen
• Argon is used as a shielding gas for TIG
welding aluminium, titanium and copper
Features
• Inert to all materials at all temperatures
and pressures
• Heavier than air, argon will collect in low-lying
areas, ducts and drains
• An asphyxiant
Benefits
• Refer to Argon on previous page
Outlet Connection – Type 10
Not all cylinders and packs are available at all BOC outlets. Please check with your local BOC branch on 0800 111 333. Other sized cylinders and packs may also be available on request.
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Fabrication Gases
Oxygen Industrial Grade,
Compressed (O2)
Gas Code 100
Gas
Oxygen
Air*
*Non specific constituents of air
Purity
• Widely used with a fuel gas for cutting,
welding, brazing and soldering
• Used in plasma and laser cutting steel
• Thermal lancing
• Used as an ingredient in some shielding gas
mixtures due to its ability to help stabilise the
arc and reduce surface tension
Features
• BOC oxygen is typically supplied with a
purity of 99.5% or higher
• The use of oxygen and fuel gas gives higher
flame temperature than if air is used
• Colourless and odourless
• Does not burn but supports and accelerates
combustion
• Vigorously supports combustion. Introducing
oxygen to conventional air-fuel flames
increases the temperature of the flame
• When cutting, a 1% reduction in purity
increases oxygen consumption by 25% and
reduces the cutting speed by a similar amount
Outlet Connection – Type 10
expect for A which uses – Type 17
Gas
>99.5%
Balance
Applications
Benefits
Acetylene Industrial Grade,
Dissolved (C2H2)
Gas Code 120
Acetylene
(On Acetone Free Basis)
Purity
HANDIGAS®
Gas Code 170 and 174
Gas
Product complies with
NZS 5435:1996
>98.0%
Applications
• The only fuel gas that can be used to
weld steel
• Flame hardening
• Flame cleaning
• Thermal spraying of various metals
and ceramics
• Oxygen and acetylene together produce a
flame temperature of approximately 3150°C
Features
• Distinctive garlic-like smell, which is
recognisable above 2% concentrations
in the air
• May cause dizziness in high concentrations
• Low auto-ignition temperature requires
minimal energy to ignite in air or oxygen
• Can react over time with some metals to form
explosive acetylides
• The hottest and most efficient of all fuel gases
Purity
Applications
• Used in oxy-propane cutting and brazing
• Oxy-propane is widely used for preheating
components
• Shrink wrap applications
• As a fuel to power forklift trucks and other
industrial vehicles
Features
• Heavier than air and collects in low-lying areas
such as drains or ducts
• BOC propane is stenched to give a fishlike odour
Benefits
• On a profile cutting machine, oxy-propane
gives fast, clean cuts on thick plate
• Easily combustible, portable with clean burning
characteristics and a high calorific value
Outlet Connection – Type 21
Benefits
• The oxy-acetylene flame gives very good
localised heating
• In cutting, oxy-acetylene gives the fastest
preheating and piercing times of any fuel gas
combination
• In oxy-acetylene cutting processes, improved
cut quality, higher cutting speed, faster
cut initiation time and reduced oxygen use
are achieved
Outlet Connection – Type 20
Not all cylinders and packs are available at all BOC outlets. Please check with your local BOC branch on 0800 111 333. Other sized cylinders and packs may also be available on request.
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Section 2 → Gas Cutting, Welding and Brazing
Gas Cutting, Welding
and Brazing
BOC offers a comprehensive range of gas equipment designed for the
beginner right through to the professional user.
Our range is made up of high quality BOC gas equipment that includes
welding and cutting kits using oxy-acetylene and LPG.
You can choose from our basic Masterstart Kit and build on that to suit
the applications you mainly use, or go straight to the Promaster Kit for
everything you need.
There's a BOC light duty multi-purpose kit or if you need to weld, braze
or cut on the go then the BOC Portapack is ideal.
BOC gas equipment is backed by a
five year conditional warranty on
all our gas kits, regulators, cutting
attachments, blow pipes and mixers.
The BOC and MagMate range of gas
equipment conforms to the relevant
AS/NZS standards and are safe and reliable.
The MagMate gas kit is ideal for the light user and is a great all rounder
at an affordable price. The kit, regulators, cutting attachments, blow
pipes and mixer are covered by a 12 month conditional warranty.
Working Safely with
Gas Equipment
The supply of safe equipment and the safe use of that equipment is of
utmost importance to BOC. Our products conform to relevant national
standards in Australia and New Zealand.
All products supplied to our customers should be maintained in
accordance to AS4839 to ensure the safe and effective use of those
products.
Always leak test equipment before use. Visually inspect the condition
of all equipment before each use and check for any loose fittings at the
same time.
According to AS 4839 (The safe use of portable and mobile oxy-fuel
gas systems for welding, cutting, heating and allied processes):
• Flashback arrestors should be inspected weekly, tested every year,
and replaced every five years.
• Regulators should be inspected weekly, tested every six months,
and replaced every five years whether or not they have been in
regular use.
• Blow pipes, mixers and attachments should be inspected and leak
tested weekly.
• Flexible hoses should be inspected weekly and leak tested and
replaced immediately if damaged.
For more information on safety with gases and gas welding refer to the
following information available at www.boc.com.au or www.boc.co.nz
BOC Guidelines for Welding and Cutting
Guidelines for Gas Cylinder Safety
BOC Setting up for Gas Welding and Brazing
BOC Lighting up and Shutting Down for Gas Welding & Brazing
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Solid moulded case
Bourden tube
Safety
back plate
Spring-loaded
damper
Pressure
gauge
Calibrated
gauge link
Body
Bonnet
Main spring
Pressure limiting nut
Pressure adjusting knob
Pressure adjustment screw
Single-Stage Regulator Operation
Sintered
filter
1/4 inch NPT fitting
Encapsulated valve
Name disc
Pressure plate
High pressure chamber
Low pressure chamber
Colour
code zones
Di
ap
hr
ag
m
Di pl
ap at
hr e
ag
m
Retaining nut
Inlet stem
filter
Regulators
O-ring
BOC 8000 Regulators
BOC Regulators are designed to Australian
Standard 4267 under the stringent ISO 9001
certified quality management system.
The encapsulated valve is the most dynamic
feature of BOC Regulators. Working in
conjunction with the diaphragm, the valve
delivers superior performance and control.
Features
• A fully encapsulated valve for improved
performance
• Fail-safe precision engineered components for
greater safety
• A two-stage sintered filter system to extend
the life of the regulator
• Easy to read process colour coded gauges
• 45° degree outlet
Inlet nut
Inlet stem
AS 2476:1996
BOC 6000 Regulators
The BOC 6000 range of regulators includes
BOC 6000 Argon and CO2 shielding gas
regulators which are designed for MIG and TIG
mixed gas and pure gas processes. The 6000
range also includes an LPG regulator.
BOC shielding gas regulators and flowmeters
meet the requirements of AS 4267 under
AS 2473: 1990 requirements for cylinder valve
connections.
Features
• Precision engineered components for
greater safety
• A two stage sintered filter system to extend
the life of the regulator
• Easy to read process colour coded gauges
• 45° degree outlet
Description
Part No.
Description
BOC 8000 Acetylene 150 kPa
BOC 8000 Oxygen
Side inlet
1,000 kPa
BOC 8000 Nitrogen
BOC 8000 Air
105101
BOC 6000 Argon
Side inlet
45 L/min
BOC 6000 Argon
Side inlet
Preset 200 kPa
BOC 6000 CO2 Shielding Gas
150 kPa
BOC 6000 CO2 Preset
BOC 6000 LPG 400 kPa
105104
105107
105108
Removeable lens
Inlet stem
BOC 5000 Regulators
The BOC 5000 series regulators are designed
to be used with the BOC PortaPack® kits in
light duty, general-purpose non-continuous
welding and cutting applications up to 2-bar
oxygen working pressure. They are compact,
rugged and portable; ideal for mobile
operations. Their flow characteristics and
compact design make them ideally suited to
jobs on the move where space is a constraint
– including plumbing, contract engineering
and refrigeration jobs.
Features
• Suitable for light duty cutting and
welding applications
• Suits BOC C size cylinders only
• Used in PortaPack® kits
• Built to AS Standard 4267
Part No.
Description
Part No.
105205
BOC 5000 Acetylene 100 kPa
BOC 5000 Oxygen 200 kPa
105301 m
105303 m
105222 m
105207
105218 m
105214
For full regulator specifications see page 15
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BOC Flowmeters
MagMate Flame
Regulators
™
Features
• Reliable and safe – ISO 9001
• Conforms to AS 4267
Description
Flame Acetylene
150 kPa
Flame Oxygen
800 kPa
Flame Argon
45 L/min
Flame LPG
400 kPa
Part No.
Vertical inlet MAG105101
The BOC flowmeter is accurately designed to
give easy-to-read flow measurement for MIG
or TIG welding.
The BOC flowmeter is built to be a durable,
long-lasting product, with a brass and
shatter-resistant polycarbonate construction
and
a shock-absorption fitting to protect the
flow tube from high-pressure surges.
BOC flowmeters are compatible with, and
sold separately from, the BOC Series 6000
pre‑set regulators.
Side inlet
MAG105104 m
Side inlet
MAG105205 m
Description
Part No.
Side inlet
MAG105214
BOC Flowmeter 0–15 L/min
BOC Flowmeter 10–40 L/min
105215
105216
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BOC Regulator Specifications Chart
Gases
Max. Outlet
Pressure
(kPa)
Flow rate @ 21,000 kPa
Inlet Pressure (L/min)
Max.
Pressure @
15°C (kPa)
Inlet
Connection
Outlet
Connection
Part No.
BOC 8000 Air Regulator
Air
1,000
1065
20,000
Type 60
5⁄8″-18 UNF
105108
BOC 8000 Nitrogen Regulator
Nitrogen
1,000
1086
20,000
Type 50
5⁄8″-18 UNF
105107
Gases
Outlet
Pressure
(kPa)
Max. Flow
(L/min)
Inlet Gauge Outlet Gauge
Range (kPa) Range
Inlet
Connection
Outlet
Connection
BOC 8000 Oxygen
Regulator
Oxygen
1,000
1,650
0–30,000
0–1,600 kPa
5⁄8″ BSP RH
Type 10
5⁄8″-18 UNF
RH
105104
BOC 8000 Acetylene
Regulator
Acetylene
150
242*
0–4,000
0–240 kPa
5⁄8″ BSP LH
Type 20
5⁄8″-18 UNF
LH
105101
BOC 6000 LPG
Regulator
LPG
400
250
Not fitted
0–600 kPa
0.880″-14
NGO LH
5⁄8″-18 UNF
LH
105214
BOC 6000 Argon pre-set
Regulator
Argon
200
40
0–30,000
Not fitted
5⁄8″ BSP RH
Type 10
5⁄8″-18 UNF
RH
105222 m
BOC 6000 Argon Shielding Gas
Regulator
Argon
150
45
0–30,000
0–60 L/min
5⁄8″ BSP RH
Type 10
5⁄8″-18 UNF
RH
105205
BOC 6000 CO2 pre-set
Regulator
CO2
200
40
0–30,000
Not fitted
0.86″-14
(Nut) Type
30
5⁄8″-18 UNF
RH
105218 m
BOC 6000 CO2 Shielding Gas
Regulator
CO2
150
45
0–30,000
0–60 L/min
0.86″-14
(Nut) Type
30
5⁄8″-18 UNF
RH
105207
BOC 5000 Acetylene
Regulator
Acetylene
100
-
0–4,000
0–220 kPa
Type 25
5⁄8″-18 UNF
LH
105301 m
BOC 5000 Oxygen
Regulator
Oxygen
200
-
0–30,000
0–300 kPa
Type 17
5⁄8″-18 UNF
RH
105303 m
Part No.
*At no time should the withdrawal rate of an individual acetylene cylinder exceed 1/7 of the cylinder contents per hour.
If additional flow capacity is required, use an acetylene manifold system to supply the necessary volume.
MagMate® Flame Specifications Chart
Gases
Outlet Pressure Max. Flow Inlet Gauge
(kPa)
(L/min) Range (kPa)
Outlet Gauge
Range
Inlet
Outlet
Connection Connection
Part No.
Flame Acetylene Regulator
Acetylene
150
—
0–4,000
0–300 kPa
Type 20
5⁄8″-18 UNF LH
MAG105101
Flame Oxygen Regulator
Oxygen
800
—
0–30,000
0–1600 kPa
Type 10
5⁄8″-18 UNF RH
MAG105104 m
Flame Argon Regulator
Argon
150
55
0–30,000
0–60 L/min
Type 10
5⁄8″-18 UNF RH
MAG105105 m
Flame LPG Regulator
LPG
400
250
Not fitted
0–600 kPa
NGO LH
5⁄8″-18 UNF LH
MAG105214
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Regulator Replacement Parts
Material
Material Description
Gas
HP Gauge
LP Gauge
Inlet Stem
Outlet Conn O Ring
Washer
105101
Regulator BOC 8000 Acetylene 150 kPa
Acet
105630
105631
105620
105626
105623
none fitted
105104
Regulator 8000 O2 1000 kPa Si
O2
105627
105629
105619
105624 m
105623
none fitted
105107
Regulator BOC 8000 Nitrogen Type 50
N2
105632
105766
105624 m
105774
none fitted
105108
Regulator BOC 8000 Air Type 60
Air
105632
105767
105624 m
105774
none fitted
105201
Regulator BOC 6000 Acetylene 150 kPa
Acet
Use 105630 Use 105631 105620
105626
105623
none fitted
105203
Regulator Pr O2 6000 600 kPa
O2
Use 105627 105628
105619
105624 m
105623
none fitted
105205
Regulator 6000 Argon 45 L/Min
Argon
105632
105653 d
105625 d
105623
none fitted
not
available
not
available
105633
105207
Regulator BOC 6000 CO2 (45 L/Min)
CO2
105632
105633
105621
105625 d none fitted
105654 m
105214
Regulator BOC Bt 6000 LPG Exp
LPG
105635 d
none fitted
105622
105626
105623
none fitted
105218
Regulator BOC 6000 CO2 Preset 200 kPa
CO2
105632
none fitted
105621
105624 m
none fitted
105654 m
105222
Regulator BOC Bt 6000 Argon Preset
Argon
105632
none fitted
105653 d
105624 m
105623
none fitted
105301
Regulator BOC 5000 Acetylene
Acet
105752 d
105753 d
–
105626
none fitted
none fitted
105303
Regulator BOC 5000 Oxygen
O2
105750 d
105751 d
–
105624 m
none fitted
105762
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BOC Hose
Description
BOC Hose Fittings
Part No.
Assembled – BOC Hose Twin 5 mm
Description
Part No.
BOC Nut Hose – 5/8″-18 RH
BOC200 m
BOC Nut Hose – 5/8″-18 LH
BOC201 m
BOC Hose end Crimp 5 mm
– 5/8″ UNR
BOC Hose end Crimp 5 mm
– 5/8″ UNL
BOC689
BOC690
BOC Hose end Crimp 10 mm
– 5/8″ UNR
BOC691 m
BOC Hose end Crimp 5 mm
– 3/8″ UNL
BOC611 m
BOC Hose Nipple 5 mm
BOC277 m
BOC Hose Nipple 10 mm
BOC Elbow Right Angle – 5/8″-18 RH
BOC261 m
BOC670 m
BOC Elbow Right Angle – 5/8″-18 LH
BOC671 m
Connector – 5/8″-18 UNF RH
Connector – 5/8″-18 UNF LH
BOC34
BOC35
Oxy-Acet 5 m
Oxy-Acet 10 m
Oxy-Acet 15 m
Oxy-Acet 20 m
Oxy-LPG 5 m
BOCTW0505A
BOCTW0510A
BOCTW0515A
BOCTW0520A
BOCTL0505A
Twin 5 mm – Oxygen-Acetylene
Twin 5 mm – Oxygen-LPG
Single 5 mm – Oxygen
Single 5 mm – Acetylene
Single 5 mm – LPG
Single 5 mm – Argon (Black)
BOCTW05100
BOCTL05100
BOCSO05100
BOCSA05100 m
BOCSL05100 m
BOCSO05100/B m
Single 10 mm – Oxygen
BOCSO10100 m
Single 10 mm – Acetylene
Single 10 mm – LPG
BOCSA10100 m
BOCSL10100 m
Unassembled – BOC Hose
Gas
Colour Coding
Gas
Colour Coding
Oxygen
Acetylene
Blue
Red
LPG
Argon
Orange
Black
Welding Gases Hose Reel
• All position positive latching system
• Rugged, lightweight polypropylene reels
• Unique ratchet tensioning system
• Wall mounting system allow the reel to swivel
from side to side
• Australian made
• Hose included
Application
Hose capacity
Part No.
Oxy-Acetylene
15m x twin 6mm
OA615
Examples of incorrect fitting of gas hose assemblies
Double ear clamps
This type of clamping arrangement is not
adequate and does not meet the required
industry standards. For your safety,
assemblies with this arrangement should be
refitted with the BOC clamping system.
Incorrect crimping
BOC crimp fittings should only be fitted by a
trained competent person and after fitment
should be checked for leaks with leak
detector (Part No. HB1010)
Worm drive clamps
This type of clamping arrangement is not
adequate and does not meet the required
industry standards. For your safety,
assemblies with this arrangement should be
refitted with the BOC clamping system.
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Flashback Arrestors
Flashback arrestors are designed to
minimise the risk of flame or explosions
associated with a flashback travelling any
further through in the oxygen/fuel system.
BOC FBAs conform to AS 4603 and carry
international approvals. BOC recommends
the use of flashback arrestors on both ends
as described in AS 4839-2001 The Safe Use
of Portable and Mobile Oxy-Fuel Systems
for Welding, Cutting, Heating and Allied
Processes. Clause 7.3.3 of AS 4839-2001
states that optimum protection is provided
when a flashback arrestor is fitted at both
hose ends.
In Western Australia, a flashback arrestor
must be fitted to the operator’s side of each
regulator connection or gas discharge of a
manifold cylinder pack, and to the blowpipe
in accordance with Occupational Health and
Safety Regulations 1996 3.98.
Oxygen (O)
Air(D)
Hydrogen (H)
Methane (M)
LPG (P)
Acetylene (A)
Part No.
5/8″-18 UNF
Connection
Gases maximum working pressure (kPa)
–
–
Regulator End
Standard Flow Regulator End QRC
Fuel Gas FBA
106411 m
LH
150
500
500
300
Standard Flow Regulator End QRC
Oxygen FBA
106421 m
RH
–
–
–
–
Standard Flow Regulator End
Fuel Gas FBA
106511
LH
150
500
500
300
Standard Flow Regulator End
Oxygen FBA
106521
RH
–
–
–
–
High Flow Regulator End
Fuel Gas FBA
106512
LH
150
500
500
500
High Flow Regulator End
Oxygen FBA
106522
RH
–
–
–
–
High Flow Regulator End
Fuel Gas FBA - Resettable
106552
LH
150
500
500
300
High Flow Regulator End
Oxygen FBA - Resettable
106562
RH
–
–
–
–
Standard Flow Torch End QRC
Fuel FBA
106431 m
LH
150
500
500
300
Standard Flow Torch End QRC
Oxygen FBA
106441 m
RH
–
–
–
–
Standard Flow Torch End
Fuel Gas FBA
106531
LH
150
500
500
300
Standard Flow Torch End
Oxygen FBA
106541
RH
–
–
–
–
High Flow Torch End
Fuel Gas FBA
106532 m
LH
150
500
500
500
High Flow Torch End
Oxygen FBA
106542 m
RH
–
–
–
–
3,000
–
3,000
–
3,000
–
3,000
3,000
–
3,000
–
3,000
–
3,000
Torch End
–
2,000
–
2,000
–
3,000
–
2,000
–
2,000
–
3,000
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Blowpipes and Attachments
BOC Blowpipe
• Ergonomic design
• Dual-acting control valve mechanism –
it precisely controls the gas flow from low to
high for specific volume applications
Description
Part No.
BOC Blowpipe
105501
BOC Blowpipe Control Valve 105615
BOC Light Duty Blowpipe
• Used in BOC Light Duty gas kit and
PortaPack® Kit
Part No.
LT-101
MagMate® Flame Blowpipe
• Ergonomic handle
• Sturdy design
• 12 Month Warranty
Part No.
MAG105501
BOC Cutting Attachment
• Flip-back cutting lever that allows easy
attachment of the blowpipe and replacement
of cutting valve components
• Rugged head design
Description
Part No.
BOC Cutting Attachment
BOC Cutting Attachment
Control Valve
105502
105616
BOC W Mixer
• Incorporates a variable velocity gas mixing
process to ensure total mixing for a smooth,
stable flame.
• Designed for welding and light heating
applications using oxy-acetylene.
• Can also be‑used for oxy-LPG brazing.
BOC H Mixer
• Designed for general heating applications
using either oxy-acetylene or oxy–LPG.
BOC M Mixer
• Designed for those large jobs that require
maximum heating using oxy–LPG.
Description
Part No.
BOC W Mixer
BOC H Mixer
BOC M Mixer
BOC Mixer O-ring Kit
105503
105505
105511
105618
BOC Light Duty Cutting
Attachment
• Used in BOC Light Duty gas kit and
PortaPack® Kit
Part No.
LT-102
BOC Light Duty Mixer
• Used in BOC Light Duty gas kit and
PortaPack® Kit
Part No.
LT-103 m
MagMate® Flame Cutting
Attachment
• Easy to fit cutting attachment
• Suitable for 2 seat cutting nozzles
• 12 Month Warranty
Part No.
MAG105502
MagMate® Flame Mixer
• Used with MagMate® gas kit
Part No.
MAG105503
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Tips and Nozzles
MagMate® Oxy-Acetylene Cutting Nozzles
2 Seat (Type 41)
BOC Welding Tips
• For use with W Mixer (BOC Blowpipe)
Tip
Plate
(mm)
DA
(kPa)
Oxy
(kPa)
DA
Oxy
(L/min) (L/min) Part No.
6W-A
8W-A
10W-A
12W-A
15W-A
20W-A
26W-A
0.5–0.8
0.8–1.0
1.0–1.5
1.6–2.4
2.5–3.5
4.0–6.5
6.5–8.0
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
1.5
2
3
4
7
12
22
1.5
2
3
4
7
12
22
105530
105531
105532
105533
105534
105535
105536
Plate
Nozzle (mm)
DA
(kPa)
Oxy
Speed
DA
Oxy
(kPa) (mm/min) (L/min) (L/min) Part No.
6C-A
8C-A
12C-A
15C-A
15C-A
20C-A
24C-A
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
180
200
220
250
350
400
500
450
400
350
300
220
150
120
2
3
4
6
7
10
13
11
20
40
60
80
150
260
105520
105521
105522
105523
105523
105524
105525
12
15
15
20
12–20
25–40
50–80
100–125
Oxy
(kPa)
100
100
100
100
220
250
350
400
Speed
DA
Oxy
(L/min) (L/min) Part No.
(mm/
min)
350
300
220
150
4
6
7
10
40
60
80
100
MAG105522
MAG105523
MAG105523
MAG105524 m
Nozzle
Plate
(mm)
8
12
15
6–10
10–20
20–40
LPG
(kPa)
Oxy
(kPA)
100
100
100
LPG
Oxy
(L/min) (L/min) Part No.
200
250
400
3.5
4.5
5.5
30
58
100
MAG106627 m
MAG106628
MAG106629
BOC Gouging Nozzles
BOC Oxy-LPG Cutting Nozzles
2 Seat (Type 44)
Oxy-Acetylene (Type 41)
Nozzle
Plate
(mm)
LPG
(kPa)
Oxy
(kPa)
LPG
Oxy
(L/min) (L/min) Part No.
6C-P
8C-P
12C-P
15C-P
15C-P
20C-P
24C-P
3–6
6–10
10–20
20–40
40–80
80–125
125–200
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
200
200
250
400
400
400
500
2
3.5
4.5
5.5
6
6.5
9
18
30
58
100
120
171
256
Nozzle (mm)
DA
(kPa)
MagMate® Oxy-LPG Cutting Nozzles
2 Seat (Type 44)
BOC Oxy-Acetylene Cutting Nozzles
2 Seat (Type 41)
1–5
6–10
12–20
25–40
50–80
100–125
150–200
Plate
106626 m
106627
106628
106629
106629
106630
106631 m
Size
DA
(kPa)
Oxy
(kPa)
DA
(L/min)
Oxy
(L/min)
Part No.
32GB
48GB
64GB
32GS
100
100
100
100
500
600
600
500
15
18
20
15
61
85
112
61
BOC41-48GB
BOC41-64GB
BOC41-32GS
BOC41-32GB
Oxy-LPG (Type 44)
Size
LPG
(kPa)
Oxy
(kPa)
LPG
(L/min)
Oxy
(L/min)
Part No.
32GB
48GB
64GB
32GS
100
100
100
100
500
600
600
500
12
13
15
12
94
120
150
94
BOC44-32GB
BOC44-48GB
BOC44-64GB
BOC44-32GS
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BOC Heating Tips
BOC Light Duty Welding Tips
• For use with BOC Light Duty Mixer
Tip
Plate
Part No.
W2
W7
W13
W18
1.0–1.5 mm
2.0–3.0 mm
3.0–4.5 mm
5.0–6.0 mm
DH-W2LD
DH-W7LD m
DH-W13LD
DH-W18LD
DA
(kPa)
Tip
Oxy
(kPa)
Heat
DA
Oxy
Output
(L/min) (L/min) (kJ/hr)
Oxy-Acetylene - For use with W Mixer and BBW Barrel
HTW-A2
HTW-A3
100
100
150
350
24
59
27
64
80,000
192,000
105540
105541
HT-A1
HT-A2
100
100
150
200
56
67
62
74
185,000
220,000
105554
105555
HT-P1
HT-P2
150
175
300
480
54
81
203
304
302,000
453,000
105550
105551
HTP-P3
HTP-P4
180
200
570
800
85
116
310
466
500,000
652,000
105552
105553
Oxy-Acetylene Maxi - For use with H Mixer and BBH Barrel
Oxy-LPG Maxi - For use with H Mixer and BBH Barrel
BOC Light Duty Oxy-Acetylene
Cutting Nozzles
Oxy-LPG Maxi - For use with M Mixer and BBH Barrel
Plate
Nozzle (mm)
DA
(kPa)
Oxy
(kPa)
DA
Oxy
(L/min) (L/min) Part No.
8
12
15
15
200
200
3
3
3–6
6–20
10
11
Part No.
AFN-8LD m
AFN-12LD
Heating Tip Barrels
BOC Oxy-Acetylene Cutting Nozzles 3 Seat
(For use with 3 Seat Cutting Attachment)
Plate
(mm)
DA
(kPa)
ANM 16 25–50
20
Nozzle
Oxy
(kPa)
300
DA
Oxy
(L/min) (L/min) Part No.
11
13
(For use with 3 Seat Cutting Attachment)
Nozzle
PNM 12 6–12
LPG
(kPa)
20
Oxy
(kPa)
200
LPG
Oxy
(L/min) (L/min) Part No.
5
24
Used with
Length
BBW-2 Bent
BBH-4 Bent
BBH-7 Bent
W Mixer
210 mm
H or M Mixer 450 mm
H or M Mixer 700 mm
Material
Part No.
Brass
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
105545 m
105546 m
105547 m
105562
BOC Oxy-LPG Cutting Nozzles 3 Seat
Plate
(mm)
Barrel
105567
Heating Tip and Barrel in one
Tip
Oxy
(kPa)
Acet
(kPa)
Oxy
Acet
(L/min) (L/min)
Heat
Output
(MJ/hr)
Part No.
8x12HT
150
100
45-58
180
105507
41-55
22
Section 2 → Gas Cutting, Welding and Brazing
Welding Assembly
Cutting Assembly
BOC Welding Tips
26W-A
105536 m
20W-A
105535
BOC W Mixer
105503
BOC Blowpipe
105501
15W-A
105534
BOC 2 Seat Acetylene
Cutting Nozzle (Type 41)
105520
105521
105522
105523
105524
105525
105526
BOC Cutting
Attachment
105502
BOC 2 Seat LPG
Cutting Nozzle (Type 44)
106627
106628
106629
106630
12W-A
105533
10W-A
105532
BOC Blowpipe
105501
8W-A
105531
6W-A
105530
FOR YOUR SAFETY
• BOC recommends the use of flashback arrestors on both
ends (regulator and torch) for optimum protection as described in
AS 4839-2001 ‘The Safe Use of Portable and Mobile Oxy-Fuel Gas
Systems for Welding, Cutting, Heating and Allied Processes’.
• A flashback arrestor must be fitted to the operator’s side of each
regulator connection or gas discharge of a manifolded cylinder pack,
and to the blowpipe in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health
Regulations 1996 3.98(1).
Please note: For best results, always use genuine BOC nozzles and BOC parts.
BOC Flashback Arrestors
BOC Standard Flow
Torch End Fuel FBA
106531
BOC Standard Flow
Torch End Oxygen FBA
106541
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Heating Assembly
BOC Blowpipe
BOC Flashback Arrestors
BOC High Flow
Torch End Oxygen FBA
106542 m
BOC High Flow
Torch End Fuel Gas FBA
106532 m
BOC Blowpipe
105501
W Mixer
105503
H Mixer
105511
BBW-2 Barrel
105545 m
BBH Barrels
105546
or
105547 m
BOC Oxy-Acetylene Heating Tips
8x12HT
105507
HTW-A2
105540
M Mixer
105505
BOC Oxy-LPG Maxi Heating Tips
HTW-A3
105541
HT-P1
105550
Please Note: For best results, always use genuine BOC nozzles and BOC parts.
HT-P2
105551
HT-P3
105552
HT-P4
105553
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Section 2 → Gas Cutting, Welding and Brazing
Gas Kits
BOC has a range of quality gas kits that allows you to weld, braze,
heat, and cut with confidence. These sturdy kits provide all the tools
you need and are backed by a 5-year national warranty. Each kit is
presented in an easy-to-carry durable toolbox or carry case for safe
storage and easy transportation.
The range includes:
• BOC Promaster Kit
• BOC Masterstart Kit
• BOC Masterstart LPG Kit
• BOC Light Duty Kit
• BOC PortaPack®
BOC MasterStart Kit
BOC ProMaster Kit
BOC ProMaster is the supreme kit for all your welding, brazing, heating
and cutting applications.
BOC MasterStart Kit gets you started on general oxy-acetylene
welding and cutting, with the flexibility to add accessories specific
to your personal and job requirements – creating your own specially
customised kit.
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
BOC ProMaster Kit
105013
BOC MasterStart Kit
105011
BOC 8000 Acetylene Regulator (150 kPa)
BOC 8000 Oxygen Regulator (1,000 kPa)
BOC Blowpipe
BOC Cutting Attachment
BOC W Mixer
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 6
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 8
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 12
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 15
BOC Welding Tip - Size 8
BOC Welding Tip - Size 10
BOC Welding Tip - Size 12
BOC Welding Tip - Size 15
BOC Welding Tip - Size 20
BOC Heating Tip HTW-A2 8X12
BOC Barrel
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Oxy Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Oxy Std Flow
BOC 5 mm Twin Hose Assembly – 10 m
Flip-Front Goggles
Tip Cleaner
Cup Flint Lighter
BOC Cylinder Spanner
Stainless Steel Toolbox With Tray
BOC Guidelines For Cutting & Welding
105101
105103
105501
105502
105503
105520
105521
105522
105523
105531
105532
105533
105534
105535
105540
105545 m
106511
106521
106531
106541
BOCTW0510A
454031BOC
BOC10252
BOC10255
BOC10260
*
*
BOC 8000 Acetylene Regulator (150 kPa)
BOC 8000 Oxygen Regulator (1,000 kPa)
BOC Blowpipe
BOC Cutting Attachment
BOC W Mixer
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 8
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 12
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 15
BOC Welding Tip - Size 12
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Oxy Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Oxy Std Flow
BOC 5 mm Twin Hose Assembly – 10 m
Flip-Front Goggles
Tip Cleaner
Cup Flint Lighter
BOC Cylinder Spanner
Stainless Steel Toolbox With Tray
BOC Guidelines For Cutting & Welding
105101
105103
105501
105502
105503
105521
105522
105523
105533
106511
106521
106531
106541
BOCTW0510A
454031BOC
BOC10252
BOC10255
BOC10260
*
*
Contents
* Included in kit. Not sold separately.
Contents
* Included in kit. Not sold separately.
Essentials Guide → New Zealand Edition
BOC MasterStart LPG Kit
BOC MasterStart LPG Kit gets you started on general oxy-LPG cutting and
brazing with the flexibility to add accessories specific to your requirements.
MagMate® Gas Equipment Kit
Quality oxy-acetylene kit at an affordable price.
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
BOC MasterStart LPG Kit
105010
MagMate® Gas Equipment Kit
MAG105002
BOC 8000 Oxygen Regulator (1,000 kPa)
BOC 6000 LPG Regulator
BOC Blowpipe
BOC Cutting Attachment
BOC W Mixer
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 12
BOC Cutting Nozzle - Size 15
BOC Welding Tip - Size 12
BOC Welding Tip - Size 15
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Oxy Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Oxy Std Flow
BOC 5 mm Twin Hose Assembly – 5 m
Flip-Front Goggles
Tip Cleaner
Cup Flint Lighter
BOC Cylinder Spanner
Stainless Steel Toolbox With Tray
BOC Guidelines For Cutting & Welding
105103
105214
105501
105502
105503
106628
106629
105533
105534
106511
106521
106531
106541
BOCTL0505A
454031BOC
BOC10252
BOC10255
BOC10260
*
*
MagMate® Acetylene Regulator (150 kPa)
MagMate® Oxygen Regulator (800 kPa)
MagMate® Blowpipe
MagMate® Cutting Attachment
MagMate® Mixer
MagMate® Cutting Nozzle - Size 8
MagMate® Cutting Nozzle - Size 12
MagMate® Cutting Nozzle - Size 15
MagMate® Welding Tip - Size 12
Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Fuel Std Flow
Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Oxy Std Flow
Flashback Arrestor Torch End Fuel Std Flow
Flashback Arrestor Torch End Oxy Std Flow
Twin Welding Hose 5m Oxygen/Acetylene
Flip-Front Goggles
Tip Cleaner
Cup Flint Lighter
Cylinder Spanner
Plastic Carry Case
Operating Manual
MAG105101
MAG105103
MAG105501
MAG105502
MAG105503
*
MAG105522
MAG105523
*
*
*
*
*
BOCTW0505A
454031BOC
BOC10252
BOC10255
BOC10260
*
*
Contents
* Included in kit. Not sold separately.
Contents
* Included in kit. Not sold separately.
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Section 2 → Gas Cutting, Welding and Brazing
BOC PortaPack®
BOC Light Duty Kit
BOC Light Duty kit is a multi-purpose oxy-acetylene kit for
your basic welding, brazing and cutting applications.
BOC PortaPack® is built tough to handle trade-quality oxy-acetylene
welding, brazing and cutting. This kit is ideally suited for jobs requiring
portability and performance.
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
BOC Light Duty Kit
1051005 m
PortaPack® Kit
1051006
BOC Light Duty Blowpipe
BOC Light Duty Cutting Attachment
BOC Light Duty Mixer
BOC Light Duty Cutting Nozzle - Size 8
BOC Light Duty Cutting Nozzle - Size 12
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 2
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 7
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 13
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 18
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Oxy Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Oxy Std Flow
BOC 5 mm Twin Hose Assembly – 10 m
Light Duty Pigskin/Cotton Gloves
Flip-Front Goggles
Tip Cleaner
Cup Flint Lighter
BOC Cylinder Spanner
Stainless Steel Toolbox With Tray
BOC Guidelines For Cutting & Welding
LT-101
LT-102
LT-103 m
AFN-8LD m
AFN-12LD
DH-W2LD
DH-W7LD m
DH-W13LD
DH-W18LD
106511
106521
106531
106541
BOCTW0510A
*
454031BOC
BOC10252
BOC10255
*
*
*
BOC 5000 Acetylene Regulator (150 kPa)
BOC 5000 Oxygen Regulator (200 kPa)
BOC Light Duty Cutting Attachment
BOC Light Duty Blowpipe
BOC Light Duty Mixer
BOC Light Duty Cutting Nozzle - Size 8
BOC Light Duty Cutting Nozzle - Size 12
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 2
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 7
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 13
BOC Light Duty Welding Tip - Size 18
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Regulator End Oxy Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Fuel Std Flow
BOC Flashback Arrestor Torch End Oxy Std Flow
BOC 5 mm Twin Hose Assembly – 10 m
Light Duty Pigskin/Cotton Gloves
Flip-Front Goggles
Tip Cleaner
Cup Flint Lighter
BOC Cylinder Spanner
PortaPack Cylinder Carry Case
Stainless Steel Toolbox With Tray
BOC Guidelines For Cutting & Welding
105301 m
105303 m
LT-102
LT-101
LT-103 m
AFN-8LD m
AFN-12LD
DH-W2LD
DH-W7LD m
DH-W13LD
DH-W18LD
106511
106521
106531
106541
BOCTW0510A
*
454031BOC
BOC10252
BOC10255
*
*
*
*
Contents
* Included in kit. Not sold separately.
Contents
* Included in kit. Not sold separately.
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Accessories
Roller Guide
• Roller guides aid in obtaining a clean cut
requiring minimum finishing
• Greatly facilitates straight line cutting
• Suits all cutting attachments
Part No.
747774
BOC Flint Lighter (Cup)
• Metal cup type with replaceable flint
• Ensures quick, easy lighting up
Radius Kit
Circle Guide
Rotating head design enables holes to be cut
from one position. Holes from 25–650 mm cut
with professional results every time.
Part No.
747782
The rigid arm design concentrates more force
onto the flint. End cup pockets the gas for
quicker lighting. A simple ergonomic design.
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Flint Lighter (cup)
Flint Renewal (cup)
BOC10255
BOC10256
Flint Lighter (3 flint)
Flint Renewal (3 flint)
BOC10253
BOC10254 m
Suitable for tips, nozzles including hi-speed
nozzles. Removes carbon or loose slag
without damaging gas parts.
Part No.
BOC10252
Part No.
747779
BOC Flint Lighter (3 Flint)
Description
BOC Tip Cleaner
For use on all BOC circle and roller guides,
gas and plasma.
Fully adjustable, cuts holes up to 1,050 mm
in diameter, when used with circle guides.
BUBBLE UP
Leak Detector
• 980 mL
Part No.
HB1010
BOC Cylinder Spanner
Accommodates four nut sizes. Designed to be
used for regulator cylinder valve nuts, hose
connections, type 40 nozzle nut and roller
guide adjusting bolts.
Part No.
BOC10260
BOC Cylinder Key
For use with a variety of cylinder valves
(NOT handwheel operated types).
Part No.
BOC10259 m
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LPG Heating Assembly
Sievert Pro 86/88 Air/Fuel System
D
A
N
G
E
B
O
H
F
M
C
P
Q
G
Sievert Pro Power Burners
Heavy duty, yet light weight. Strong and windproof flames. Ideal for
drying, Bitumen laying, detail and field torching, preheating and other heat
demanding applications. Recommended working pressure 4 bar.
Dia.
Gas Consumption
Effect
28 mm
A 35 mm
B 50 mm
C 60 mm
600 g/h @ 2 bar
3,350 g/h @ 4 bar
6,700 g/h @ 4 bar
8,250 g/h @ 4 bar
Sievert Pro Neck
Tubes
• High quality brass
• Longer neck tube are
recommended for larger jobs
like roofing and road works
Part No.
Part No.
H
Pro Power Burners
7.7 kW
43.5 kW
86 kW
114 kW
Neck Length
D 600 mm
E 350 mm
F 180 mm
SV2941
SV2943
SV2944
SV2960 m
Part no.
3508
SV3510 m
SV3509
Sievert Pro 86 Handle
• Single valved handle mainly for smaller burners
• The spindle and valve are designed to give a very exact and quick
flame setting
• The springloaded metal knob gives a precise and stable setting for the
finest of flames
• All metal parts made of high quality brass
• Ergonomic designed plastic composite handle
• Hose connection M14 × 1mm
SV3486 m
Sievert Pro 88 Handle
• Double valved handle mainly for larger burners
• Incorporates one main valve and one economiser valve enabling a gas
saving pilot flame
• Trigger for instant shifting between pilot and main flame and for pulsing
the main flame
• All metal parts made of high quality brass
• Ergonomic designed plastic composite handle
• Hose connection M14 × 1mm
Part No.
M
3488 m
8mm LPG Hoses
• AGA Approved Hose AS/NZS 1869
Class C
• 2.6 mPa Working pressure.
• Inlet: 3/8” BSP LH F
• Outlet: M14 × 1mm F
Length
Part no.
2m
4m
6m
9m
BOCSL0802A-M14 m
BOCSL0804A-M14 m
BOCSL0806A-M14 m
BOCSL0809A-M14 m
Regulators
Sievert Pro 86 Torch Kit
• A professional, powerful torch kit, ideal for soft soldering, brazing,
melting, metal works, paint stripping and other heating jobs
• Includes handle (3486), necktube (3511), burner (2941) and 2m hose
Part no.
2197 m
N
O
P
Q
Pressure
Connections
Max.
Capacity Inlet
Fixed 2 bar
Fixed 2 bar
Adjustable 1–4 bar
Adjustable 1–4 bar
6 kg/h
6 kg/h
5–20 kg/h
5–20 kg/h
POL
3/8” BSP LH
POL
3/8” BSP LH
Outlet
Part no.
3/8”
BSP LH
309121
3/8”
BSP LH
309122 p
SV3061-11 m
SV306112 p
29
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Sievert Promatic Air/Fuel System
N
A
O
B
M
P
Q
A
Soft Flame Burner
• Soft flame design ideal for cable work and other heat shrinking
applications
• Sweeping, powerful yellow and blue soot-free windproof flames
• Fresh air sucks in and keeps the burner head cold to minimise the risk of
burning the shrink material
• Heat sleeves efficiently but still soft enough not to overheat the shrink
material
• Recommended working pressure 2 bar
Burner Dia.
38 mm
B
Gas Consumption
@ 2 bar
900 g/h
Effect
11.5 kW
Part No.
SV3341 m
ProMatic Universal Torch Handle
• Plastic composite handle reinforced with 30% glass for maximum
durability
• Piezo ignition with instant trigger on/off function
• Bayonet fitting for burners
• Swivelling hose connection to avoid hose drag
• Combined suspension hook and footstand
• Valve for precise flame setting
• Delivered without hose nipple
• Fitted with M14 × 1mm hose connection
Part No.
SV3366 m
M
8mm LPG Hoses
• AGA Approved Hose AS/NZS 1869
Class C
• 2.6 mPa Working pressure.
• Inlet: 3/8” BSP LH F
• Outlet: M14 × 1mm F
Length
Part no.
2m
4m
6m
9m
BOCSL0802A-M14 m
BOCSL0804A-M14 m
BOCSL0806A-M14 m
BOCSL0809A-M14 m
Regulators
N
O
P
Q
Pressure
Max.
Inlet
Capacity Connection
Outlet
Connection
Fixed 2 bar
Fixed 2 bar
Adjustable 1–4 bar
Adjustable 1–4 bar
6 kg/h
6 kg/h
5–20 kg/h
5–20 kg/h
3/8” BSP LH
3/8” BSP LH
3/8” BSP LH
3/8” BSP LH
POL
3/8” BSP LH
POL
3/8” BSP LH
Part no.
309121
309122 p
SV3061-11 m
SV306112 p
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Tradeflame Air/Fuel System
A
D
E
†
G
B
F
C
†
H
† Fantail (BK8543), Soldering bit & holder (BJ8724)
available in kit. Not sold seperately.
A
LP Gas Type
Cartridge Connection
Flame Length mm
Gas Consumption g/h
Effect kW
Small Joints Soft Soldeirng
Large Joints & Brazing
Small Tubing Soft Soldering
Stripping Paint
Mending Guttering
Glazing & Enamelling
Jewellery Work
Bending & Annealing Pipes
Laving Floor Tiles
Mending Bitumen Roofing
Small Hardening & Tempering
Smelting Light Metals
Freeing Seized Joints Bolts
Laboratory Work
Aluminium Brazing
Small Forging Work
B
Pinpoint
Medium
Full Flame
BJ8720 m
Propane
RH Internal
120
60
0.75
●
BJ8719 m
Propane
RH Internal
160
160
2
●
BJ8725
Propane
RH Internal
250
460
7
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Description
Part no.
A Pinpoint Burner
B Medium Burner
C Full Flame Burner
BJ8720 m
BJ8719 m
BJ8725
Handpiece
Control Valve
• High-quality brass fitting
• Variable control on/off valve
• Inlet: Primus male thread
• Outlet: M8x1mm M
BK8716
• Inlet: 1/4” BSP M
• Outlet: Primus female thread
Part no.
F
Hoses
• AGA Approved Hose
• 2.6 mPa working pressure
• Inlet: 3/8” BSP LH F
• Outlet: 1/4” BSP F
Length
Part no.
2m
4m
BK8179
BK8740
H
POL to 3/8” Adaptor
• High quality brass adapter
• Inlet: POL
• Outlet: 3/8” BSP LH M
Part no.
POL21
Complete Kit
Handyman Kit with
handle and hose for
soldering and heating applications.
BK2119
efillable
R
Propane Cylinder
• Complies with AS 2468–2005
• Burns at 1900°C /3450°F
• 340 g contents
• Primus internal self closing connection
• RH thread for easy connection, no tools
required
Part no.
G
●
High quality brass with grip handle, designed
for use with LPG gas for soldering and heating
applications.
Burners
Part no.
●
●
E
D
C
PRI2000
Description
Part no.
Kit
BJ2102
Soldering bit & holder
Fantail
Pinpoint Burner
†
†
BJ8720 m
Contents
A
B
D
E
G
Medium Burner
Control valve
Handpiece
2m Hose
Connecting valve
Metal box
* Included in kit. Not sold separately.
BJ8719 m
BK8716
BK2119
BK8179
*
*
Essentials Guide → New Zealand Edition
Tradeflame MAPP System
Tradeflame Blow Torch Kits
• Complete with MAP-Pro gas cylinder 399gm with BOM fitting
• Piezo autoignition
• Ideal for brazing, soft soldering & heating applications
• Super Cyclone Burner with increased tip diameter
Swivel Blow Torch Kit
Kit Includes
• Super cyclone burner
• 360° hands free swivel arm with
auto ignition
• Disposable TF/ULTRA GAS™
Performance Gas - MAPP®
Replacement Cartridge 400g
Features
• Swivel burner for difficult operating
angles
• Solders 3.18 to 76mm copper pipe
• Brazes 1.5 to 25.4mm copper pipe
• Adjustable flame with On/Off control
Specifications
Part No.
Gas
Consumption
Fuel Cartridge Size
Burning Time
Flame Length
Effect
31
Turbo Blow Torch Kit
Kit Includes
• Super cyclone with auto ignition
safety trigger On/Off handle
• Disposable TF/ULTRA GAS™
Performance Gas - MAPP®
Replacement Cartridge 400g
Features
• Ergonomic handle design for precise
operation
• Solders 3.18 to 76mm Copper Pipe
• Brazes 1.5 to 25.4mm Copper Pipe
• Adjustable flame with On/Off control
• Full function flame even when
inverted
Specifications
211056
TF/ULTRA GAS™
250 g/h
400 g
100 min
160 mm
3.5 kW
Part No.
Gas
Consumption
Fuel Cartridge Size
Burning Time
Flame Length
Effect
211067
TF/ULTRA GAS™
240 g/h
400 g
100 min
120 mm
3.3 kW
Disposable TF/ULTRA GAS
Cartridge
Features
• TF/ULTRA GAS disposable cartridge is a Performance Gas
- MAPP® replacement. TF/ULTRA GAS is a stable, high
energy fuel, offering excellent performance for heating,
brazing and soldering
• Compatible with all Tradeflame BOM torches designed
to be used with TF/ULTRAG AS Performance Gas MAPP® replacement
• Capacity: 400g
Part No.
WMC-US
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Thermic Lancing
Some records show thermic lances was designed back as early as
1905, since then, technology and safety practices has brought the
thermic lance as a very effective and efficient tool for the 21st century.
The thermic lance is a steel pipe packed with mixed metal wires.
It carries oxygen through the centre of the pipe via a safety thermic
lance handle, and ignites once the tip of the lance has reached
ignition temperature via a heating source. The thermic lance combusts
at the very tip, into a large sparkler reaction, that reaches an
approximate temperature of between 4,000–5,000°C.
Due to such a high cutting temperature, there is nothing known to
man, that can withstand the temperature of a packed thermic lance.
Re-entry for the space shuttle is only 1,650°C.
Also, due to being fed with oxygen, the lance stays alight under
water, therefore removal of underwater structures, rails or vessels
for demolition makes the thermic lance an extremely versatile
cutting tool.
Ideal Industries:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Scrap Metal
Demolition
Earthmoving Maintenance
Foundries/Smelters
Commercial Divers
Emergency Services
Ideal Applications:
• Cutting down large metal objects for scrap purposes
• For removal of large metal beams/structures in demolition
• Removal of stubborn plugs and pins out of heavy earth moving
equipment
• Cutting of large metal castings or frozen masses of metal (spills)
• De-slagging of furnace outlets and maintenance
• Gouging hard facing welding to replace new parts
• Cutting bridge pylons underwater to any depth
Safety
A thermic lance splatters more than other forms of welding or cutting,
due to the more rapid release of heat and the high temperature.
White hot slag is thrown a distance of 4-6m. This means that top
quality protective clothing must be worn by the operator and assistant
at all times.
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Thermic Lances
Description
Lance Kit Mini Thermic
Part No.
LANCEMINIKIT d
Mini
6 ×505 mm
6 ×1000 mm
10 ×505 mm
10 ×1000 mm
Standard
12 mm
16 mm
16 mm Threaded
19 mm
19 mm × 4.5 m
Part No.
LANCE6500 m
LANCE61000 m
LANCE10500 m
LANCE101000 m
LANCE12 m
LANCE16 m
LANCE16T m
LANCE19 m
LANCE19/45 m
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Welding Equipment
Manual Metal Arc Welding – MMA
Smootharc Elite® and EWM Range
•
•
•
•
3-Year Conditional Warranty
Compact and powerful inverter power sources ideal for quick and easy repair work
Large voltage range and easy handling make these machines ideal for construction, mining and assembly work
VRD (voltage reduction device) reduces open circuit voltage to safer levels
- Compliant to IEC 60974-1 and AS 1674-2 Category C environment
1 Smootharc Elite®
MMA 125 VRD
• DIY/light industrial use
• MMA and TIG Liftarc
• Portable shoulder strap
• Arcforce, hotstart and anti-stick
built in
• Duty cycle 35% @ 125A
• Fitted with 10A plug
• Generator required: 6 kVA
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder
• Work return lead
• Operating Manual
Part No.
ELITEMMA125
2 S mootharc Elite®
MMA 162 VRD
• Medium industrial use
• MMA and TIG Liftarc
• Portable shoulder strap
• Arcforce, hot start and anti-stick
built in
• Duty cycle 35% @ 150A
• Fitted with 15A plug
• Generator required: 7.5 kVA
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder
• Work return lead
• Operating Manual
Part No.
ELITEMMA162
3 Smootharc Elite®
MMA 180 VRD
• Medium industrial use
• Inverter
• MMA and TIG Liftarc
• Duty cycle 30% @ 180A
• Fitted with 15A plug
• Generator required: 9.7 kVA
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder
• Work return lead
• Operating Manual
Part No.
ELITEMMA180 m
4 PICO 220 CEL PULS
VRD
• Portable inverter welding
machine, DC
• MMA and TIG lift arc welding
• Duty cycle 30% @ 220A
• Anti-stick - Ideal for difficult
electrodes
• Cellulose electrodes: 100% safe
for vertical-down welding
• IEC 60 974-1; -10 / CE / S-Safety
sign / EMC class A:
Pulsed MMA welding Features:
• Especially suitable for root
welding
• Fine-flaked weld surface with a
TIG look for final passes
• Less finishing work thanks to less
spatter
• Outstanding gap bridging with no
sagging of the root side
• Less distortion thanks to
controlled heat input
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder
• Work return lead
• Operating manual
Part No.
®
091-002057-28532 p
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18 Month
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
18 Month
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
5 Smootharc
MMA 130P
6 Smootharc
MMA 170P
7 MagMate®
MMA 140
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder with cable
(Dinse connector)
• Work clamp with cable (Dinse
connector)
• Primary cable with 10A plug
• Operating Manual
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder with cable
(Dinse connector)
• Work clamp with cable (Dinse
connector)
• Primary cable with 15A plug
• Operating Manual
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder with cable
(Dinse connector)
• Work clamp with cable (Dinse
connector)
• Primary cable with 10A plug
• Operating Manual
• DIY/light industrial use
• Inverter
• MMA and TIG Liftarc
• Duty cycle 35% @ 130A
• Fitted with 10A plug
• Generator required: 7 kVA
Part No.
• Light industrial use
• Inverter
• MMA and TIG Liftarc
• Duty cycle 35% @ 170A
• Fitted with 15A plug
• Generator required: 9 kVA
Part No.
MMA130P
Mild Steel Thickness
0-5mm
5-8mm
MMA170P
• DIY/light industrial use
• Lightweight and portable
• Single phase
• Duty cycle 20% @ 140A
• Fitted with 10A plug
• Generator required: 7 kVA
Part No.
Stainless Steel Thickness
>8mm
0-3mm
3-8mm
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Electrode holder with cable
(Dinse connector)
• Work clamp with cable (Dinse
connector)
• Primary cable with 15A plug
• Operating Manual
Part No.
>8mm
MMA
MIG
0-4 mm
125A
@ 35%
125A
@ 60%
0-6 mm
150A
@ 35%
130A
@ 60%
0-8 mm
180A
@ 25%
150A
@ 60%
0-10 mm
220A
@ 30%
220A
@ 30%
0-4mm
130A
@ 35%
MAGMMA160DIY
Power Supply
Requirements
Welding Processes
TIG DC
Liftarc
TIG
AC/DC
TIG
Pulse
Single
III
AS 1674.2
TIG High phase
- Plug 3 phase compliant
Freq.
VRD
10A
2 BOC Smootharc Elite MMA 162VRD
0-8 mm
3 BOC Smootharc Elite MMA 180VRD
0-10 mm
✓
15A
✓
15A
✓
4 PICO 220 CEL PULS VRD
0-12 mm
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
• DIY/light industrial use
• Lightweight and portable
• Single phase
• Duty cycle 20% @ 160A
• Fitted with 15A plug
• Generator required: 9 kVA
MAGMMA140DIY
1 BOC Smootharc Elite MMA 125VRD
0-5 mm
8 MagMate®
MMA 160
18 Month
✓*
✓
TIG MMA
5 Smootharc 130P MMA
0-5mm
Argon 0-2mm
Argon 0-3mm
10A
130A
@ 35%
TIG MMA
6 Smootharc 170P MMA
0-8mm
Argon 0-4mm
0-6mm
170A
@ 35%
Argon 0-4mm
7 MagMate MMA 140
0-5mm
0-4mm
120A
@ 20%
0-5mm
160A
@ 20%
8 MagMate MMA 160
0-7mm
15A
170A
@ 35%
10A
15A
*3x 400V (-25% to +20%)
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BOC delivers innovative ewm
TIG/plasma welding processes
Full three year guarantee
BOC is the exclusive distributor of ewm high-end welding
machines in the South Pacific.
Founded in 1957, ewm is Germany’s leading manufacturer and
technology expert of arc welding machines which offer patented
processes such as coldArc, pipeSolution, rootArc, forceArc, impuls
and superPuls.
Together BOC and ewm join technical expertise in welding
and gas to give our customers an added advantage in welding
competency. With our welding systems, we provide customers
with the tools to carry out their individual MIG/MAG and TIG
welding tasks more effectively no matter how big or small.
Our welding machines embody top technology
at the highest level. Each product is carefully
checked to ensure quality is maintained.
TIG welding processes
EWM has developed functions and processes with which enables
you to carry out welding tasks faster, more cost effectively and
with the highest quality.
activArc® Dynamic TIG arc with compensated arc performance
SpotmaticSpot for a perfect TIG weld with minimised spot and
tacking times
activArc®
• Dynamic TIG arc for targeted and concentrated heat
input
• Safe TIG welding in all positions and panel thicknesses
• Full control over the arc energy
• Influence over the viscosity of the molten pool
• Noticeable concentration of the energy and increasing
arc force as the arc becomes shorter
• Prevents mistakes while tack welding – Tungsten
electrode does not stick
in case of light
touching of the
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Spotmatic
• Saves on manufacturing costs
• Less tacking time thanks to the elimination of the usual
trigger pulling
• Easy and accurate welding results
• No special torches required. Any standard TIG welding
torch is adequate
• Several hundred tack points can be made without
having to grind the tungsten electrode
• Easier handling
• Arc is ignited by touching the tip of the electrode to
the work piece instead of using the torch trigger
• Electrode does not stick to metal
• Spots results comparable to automated applications
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A host of functions which save time and money
Pulsing & AC Pulsing
• With “TIG pulsing”, switching occurs back and forth
between two different welding current levels, the
pulse current and the pause current. The times, and
therefore the frequency, can be adjusted individually
at the machine or using the remote control. TIG
pulsing is possible with direct current (DC) and
alternating current (AC) welding.
• Difficult welding applications can be implemented
easily
• Improved molten pool control in positional welding,
especially in the vertical-up position
• Easy bridging of larger gaps and gaps of differing
sizes
• Excellent weld seam quality
• Lower heat input
• Targeted control of the heat input
• Minimised material distortion
• Reduction of the energy per unit length, optimum for
stainless steel welding and heat sensitive materials
• Weld seam appearance with extraordinarily even
bead ripples – optimal for visible welds
kHz pulsing
From 0.05 to 15 KHz
• Constriction of the arc with increasing frequency
• Concentration of the arc energy to a smaller surface
• Arc stability, even at very high welding speeds
• Smaller heat-affected zone
• Improved seam surface
Automated pulsing
• To increase the arc stability and the penetration
properties, especially with low currents, the current
is pulsed automatically. The ideal area of use is the
tacking and spot welding of work pieces.
• Pulse frequency depends on welding current
• Ideal for tacking due to the vibrations in the weld pool
AC special
• The “AC special” operating mode is a TIG pulse
variant in which switching occurs between
alternating current in the pulse phase and direct
current in the fundamental current phase. The
welding current and the respective times can also be
set individually for each phase here.
• Highly suitable for welding in the vertical-up
position, even without weaving
• Controlled root formation when welding thin metal
sheets in the butt joint
• Faster welding speed with fully mechanised and
automated applications with and without welding
consumables
• Excellent seam appearance, deep penetration
thanks to the higher current carrying capacity of the
tungsten electrode
AC waveforms
• Sinusoidal – quiet arc noise, low-vibration molten
pool, ideal for welding with welding filler metal,
low electrode load
• Trapezoidal – the all-rounder
• Rectangular – good cleaning effect, high electrode
load, safe zero crossing
AC frequency
• 50-200 Hz
• High frequency – narrow, constricted arc with deeper
penetration
• Low frequency – wide arc
AC balance
• 30% to +30%
• Positive current proportion, good cleaning, high
electrode load
• Negative current proportion – deep penetration, low
electrode load
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TIG Welding
EWM Tetrix Range
•
•
•
•
3-Year Conditional Warranty
High quality and user-friendly welding technology
EWM activArc® and Spotmatic processes for faster and cost effective results
Comfort and Smart control panels for easy operation
1 Tetrix 200 Comfort
2 T etrix 300-2
8P TG™ DC TIG
Comfort 8P™ DC
Welder VRD
TIG Welder VRD
• Light/medium industrial use
3 Tetrix 300 AC/DC
Comfort™ VRD
• Portable gas-cooled welder
• 8 JOBs can be programmed
• Connection capability for remote
control and function torch
• 3m mains supply lead with 16A
shock-proof plug
• DC only
• VRD capability
• Medium/heavy industrial use
• A portable (gas or water cooled)
DC inverter welding machine
• 8 JOBs can be programmed
• Connection capability for remote
control, function torch and
cooling unit
• VRD capability
• Medium/heavy industrial use
• VRD function makes MMA
welding a safe alternative
• Torch allows easy control of
programs and functions
• AC special – reliable joining
of aluminium with different
thicknesses
• 8 JOBs can be programmed
• VRD capability
Package consists of:
• Power source
• TIG 200 GD GRIP 8P 2T UD 8M torch
• Work return lead
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Package consists of:
• Power source
• TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 4M torch
• Work return lead
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Package consists of:
• Power source
• TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 4M torch
• Work return lead
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
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• Dynamic TIG arc for targeted and concentrated heat input
• Safe TIG welding in all positions and panel thicknesses
• Full control over the arc energy
• Influence over the viscosity of the molten pool
• Noticeable concentration of the energy and increasing arc
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• Saves on manufacturing costs
• Less tacking time thanks to the
elimination of the usual trigger pulling
• Easy and accurate welding results
• No special torches required. Any
standard TIG welding torch is adequate
• Several hundred tack points can be
made without having to grind the
tungsten electrode
• Easier handling
• Arc is ignited by touching the tip of
the electrode to the work piece instead
of using the torch trigger
• Electrode does not stick to metal
• Spots results comparable to
automated applications
4 Tetrix 351 AC/DC
Smart
• Water-cooled AC/DC TIG inverter
welding machine
• Offers dynamic TIG arc for
targeted and concentrated heat
input
• Safe, reliable TIG welding in all
positions and panel thicknesses
• MMA and air arc gouging
capability
• Ideal for root welding
• Spotmatic halves tacking time –
anti stick
• Able to connect remote control
and function torch
• Can be optionally networked
with LAN or WiFi and EWM Xnet
software
• IEC 60 974-1; -10 / CE / S-Safety
sign / EMC class A
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Torch TIG 450 WD GRIP 8P 2T 8M
UD
• Work return lead
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
TETRIX351ACDC m
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18 Month
5Tetrix 230 AC/DC
Comfort™ 2.0 VRD
• Light/medium industrial use
• Inverter technology performs flawless joining
of unalloyed, low-alloy and high alloy steels
• Special function allows for joining different
thicknesses of material
• 230A of welding current from a 240V mains
supply
• Can be programmed to operate from a 10A
outlet
• VRD capability
Package consists of:
• Power source
• TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 4M torch
• Work piece cable
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
Mild Steel
Thickness
0-5mm
Stainless Steel
Thickness
5-8mm
>8mm
0-3mm
3-8mm
6 Smootharc 185 AC/DC
TIG
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Work return lead
• BOC TIG torch 8m (Made in USA)
• MMA electric holder and cable
• Regulator
• Gas hose
• Operating manual
0-3mm 3-6mm
• Light industrial use
• Inverter based TIG welding machine with MMA
capability
• Single phase 240V (15A)
• High quality TIG welding of steel, stainless
steel and copper
• Ideal for root runs where high quality welds
are required
Package consists of:
• Power source
• BOC TIG torch 8m (Made in USA)
• BOC TIG torch accessory kit
• Flow
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
BOCDC185
Power Supply
Requirements
Welding Processes
MMA
>6mm
MIG
TIG DC
Liftarc
TIG DC
TIG
Pulse
TIG High
Freq. TIG AC
1 Tetrix 200 Comfort 8P TG
0-7 mm
0-5 mm
120A @
60%
150A @
60%
✓
✓
260A @
60%
260A @
60%
✓
✓
Single
III
AS 1674.2
phase
- plug 3 phase compliant
VRD
15A
2 Tetrix 300-2 Comfort 8P DC TIG Welder
0-10 mm
0-8 mm
3 Tetrix 300 AC/DC Comfort
0-10 mm
0-8 mm
0-6 mm (AC TIG Only)
270A @
60% (DC)
✓
✓
210A @
100%
0-10 mm
0-8 mm
350A @
60%
✓
✓
350A @
60%
0-5 mm (AC TIG Only)
180A
@ 40%
✓
✓
✓
4 Tetrix 351 AC/DC Smart
0-12 mm
5 Tetrix 230 AC/DC Comfort 2.0 VRD
0-8mm
0-6mm
230A @
40% (DC)
MMA TIG
0-8mm
Argon 0-5mm
0-6mm
Argon 0-4mm
150A @
60%
185A @
60%
15A
15A
MMA TIG
7 Smootharc 185 DC TIG
Argon 0-4mm
0-8mm
Argon 0-5mm
0-6mm
150A @
60%
®
185A @
60%
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
6 Smootharc 185 AC/DC TIG
Argon 0-4mm
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
7 Smootharc 185 DC TIG
BOC185ACDC/FC
Aluminium
Thickness
>8mm
18 Month
• Light industrial use.
• Inverter based machine with MMA capabilities
• Ideal for sheet metals, stainless steel and
aluminium fabrications
• Pulse capability ideal for heat control when
working on thin metals
• Generator requirement: 9 kVA
• Foot control sold separately
Part No.
091-000239-28532 m
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
15A
✓
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Alpha Q 330
Alpha Q 351
Alpha Q 551
Alpha Q 351 D
Picomig 305D3
MagMate®
MagMate® TIG150
MagMate® TIG200
Tigspeed
Tigspeed Drive 45 CW
Tigspeed Drive 45 HW
091-005402-00532
091-005333-28532
091-005334-00502
091-005333-29532
091-005435-00532
MAGTIG150R
MAGTIG200R
090-000181-00502
090-000180-00502
®
TIG Torch 17 Series 4M valve
BOC17RV4M m
BOC 26 Flex valve 8m
BOC26V-8-RF m
BOC17 Flex valve 8m
BOC17V-8-RF m
394-510993-00208
TIG 450 WD 8P 2T UD 8m
MT401G PC2-X 4M EZA M8
394-510981-00208
TIG 200 GD 8m 8P 2T UD
394-511621-30608
TIG SR 26 GD 2T Kombi 8m
394-512291-04000
TIG 150 Grip GD EZA 4m
BOCACDC-2PC-8FR 8m
BOCACDC-2PC-8FR m
Machine
Part No.
Smootharc
DC 185 TIG
BOCDC185
TIG 185 ACDC
BOC185ACDC
TIG185 ACDC FC
BOC185ACDC/FC
Smootharc Elite®
TIG 230 ACDC
ELITETIG230ACDCVRD
EWM
Tetrix 200 DC VRD
091-000228-28532
Tetrix 300-2 DC VRD
091-000238-28532
Tetrix 230 ACDC VRD
091-000239-28532
Tetrix 300 ACDC
TETRIX300ACDCVRD
Tetrix 300 ACDC VRD
091-000235-00532
Tetrix 351 ACDC
TETRIX351ACDC
Machines with optional TIG functions
Smootharc
MMA 130P
MMA130P
MMA 170P
MMA170P
175 Multi
BOC175MULTI
Smootharc Elite®
MMA 125
ELITEMMA125
MMA 162
ELITEMMA162
MMA 180
ELITEMMA180
180 Multiprocess Pulse
091-005135-00032
Elite MIG 451 PP
ELITEMIG451PULSE
Smootharc Elite® i series
Elite 451 i Synergic
ELITE451ISYN
EWM
Taurus 405 Syn S MM TDM 091-005337-00532
Taurus 505 Syn S MM TDM 091-005338-0B532
Phoenix 355 Progress Pulse 091-005403-00532
Phoenix 405 Progress Pulse 091-005321-28532
BOC MMA TIG Pack
MMATIG-PACK
Fitted with machine
Optional - purchased separately
BOC ACDC – 2PC – 8F 8m
BOCACDC-2PC-8F m
TIG Machines, Torches and Accessories Selection
®
RTF1 Foot Control
094-006680-00000 m
BOC185ACDC/FC Foot Control
N-R021014 m
VRD
Voltage Reduction Device
Trolly 55-5
090-008632-00001 m
TIG Trolley 35.2-2
090-008296-00000 m
Gas Hose
094-000010-00032 m
Cooling Unit COOL41 U31
090-008600-00502 m
Cooling Unit COOL40 U31
090-008593-00502 m
Cooling Unit COOL35 U31
090-008235-00502 m
TIG 450 WD HW 12P 2T UD FLEX 4 M
094-500098-10200 m
TIG 450 WD HW 12P 2T UD FLEX 4 M
094-500098-10200 m
Tigspeed Drive 45 HW*1
090-000180-00502 m
Tigspeed Drive 45 CW*1
090-000181-00502 m
394-510993-00208
TIG 450 WD GRIP 8M 8PB 2T UD
TIG 450 WD GRIP 4M 8PB 2T UD
394-510993-00200 m
TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 8 m
094-018712-00608 m
TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 4 m
094-018712-00600 m
MagMate® TIG 150 TIG 17
R-11-010102-15-00 m
MagMate® TIG 200 TIG-26
R-HQ01009A m
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TIG Torches
1
3
2
BOC TIG Torches
BOC17 Series Torch Range
TIG TORCH 17 SERIES 4M VALVE
TORCH TIG 150AMP AIR 4M
TORCH TIG 150AMP AIR 8M
BOC26 Series Torch Range
TIG TORCH BODY BOC 185 / 200 Rigid
TORCH TIG 200AMP AIR 8M F
2 BOC 200A 2PC 8M FLEXI TORCH PACK
2 BOC 200A 2PC 8M FLEXI TIG PACK
MMA TIG Package
3 MMA 150A TIG Torch Pack
EWM Torch Range
1 TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P
TIG 450 WD Grip 4M 8P 2T UD
TIG 450 WD Grip 8M 8P 2T UD
TIG 18 WD2T KOMBI 8M
TIG 26 GD2T KOMBI 8M
TIG 200 GD GRIP 4M 8P 2T UD
Part No.
Cable
Length
Torch Body
Valve
Duty Cycle
Cooling
BOC17RV4M
BOC17V-4-RF
4 m
4 m
Rigid
Flexible
Valve
Valve
150A @ 100% DC150A @ 100% DC-
Gas Cooled
Gas Cooled
BOC26RG
4 m
Valve
200A @ 100% DC-
BOC17V-8-RF
BOC26V-8-RF
8 m
8 m
8 m
Flexible
Rigid
Valve
150A @ 100% DC-
–
–
Gas Cooled
–
Gas Cooled
Flexible
Flexible
Valve
–
200A @ 100% DC200A @ 100% DC-
Gas Cooled
Gas Cooled
–
–
2 pin
–
BOCACDC-2PC-8F m
BOCACDC-2PC-8FR m
8 m
Flexible
MMA-TIG
4 m
Rigid
Valve
150A @ 100% DC-
Gas Cooled
094-018712-00600
4 m
8 m
4 m
8 m
8 m
8 m
4 m
Rigid
–
300A @ 35% DC-
Gas Cooled
Rigid
–
400A @ 100% DC-
Liquid Cooled
Rigid
Rigid
Rigid
–
–
–
320A @ 100% DC240A @ 60% DC200A @ 35% DC-
Liquid Cooled
Gas Cooled
Gas Cooled
094-018712-00608 m
394-510993-00200
394-510993-00208
094-511490-30608
094-511621-30608
394-510981-00200
Control
Connection
–
200A @ 100% DC-
Gas Cooled
Back Ends
For complete installation all BOC TIG torches (except the MMA TIG
package) must be fitted with a back end (Dinse Safe-Loc) to suit a
specific brand of machine (Dinse 25 or 35).
Part No.
The following Dinse Safe-Loc connectors are available.
BOCSLW-35
BOCSL2-25
BOCSL2-35
BOCSL8-35
Description
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 25 – 17 Style
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 35 – 17 Style
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 35 – 26 Style
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 35 – 18 Water Style
5 pin
8 pin
8 pin
8 pin
8 pin
–
–
8 pin
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TIG Accessories
RTF1 Foot Control
• Infinitely adjustable welding current (0%
to 100%) depending on the main current
preselected at the welding machine.
• Start/stop welding operation
• Current setting directly at the site of welding.
• 5 m control cable, 7 pin connection
• Suits EWM Tetrix and Smootharc Elite® TIG
machines only
Part No.
094-006680-00000 m
Cooling Unit COOL35 U31
• Cooling unit for water-cooled welding torches
• Modular design, tool-free assembly
• Suits EWM Tetrix 300ACDC
Specifications
• Infinitely adjustable welding current (0%
to 100%) depending on the main current
preselected at the welding machine.
• Start/stop welding operation
• Current setting directly at the site of welding.
• 3 m control cable, 5 pin connection
• Suits Smootharc TIG 185ACDC/FC only
Part No.
N-R021014 m
Cooling Unit COOL40 U31
• Cooling unit for water-cooled welding torches
• Modular design, tool-free assembly
• Suits Smootharc Elite® TIG 230ACDC
Specifications
090-008235-00502
Part No.
Cooling capacity 1 L/min
Max. flow rate
Max. output pressure
Tank capacity
090-008593-00502
m
Part No.
m
800 W
5 L/min
3.5 bar
4.5 L
Cooling capacity 1 L/min
Max. flow rate
Max. output pressure
Tank capacity
800 W
5 L/min
3.5 bar
4.0 L
Turbo-Sharp X
Tungsten Grinder
• Standard head for diameters:
1.0 mm, 1.6 mm, 2.4 mm and 3.2 mm
• Tools for assembly and replacement of
grinding wheel
• Accessory for stationary mounting
• Adapter for vacuum cleaning
• Pen-style electrode holder
• Multi-functional cover (flatten or grind a
truncated cone)
• Fitted 10A Australian plug
Part No.
BOC 185 ACDC/FC
Foot Control
TS10-230AUS m
Cooling Unit COOL 41 U31
• Cooling unit for water-cooled welding torches
• Modular design, tool-free assembly
• Suits Smootharc Elite® TIG 300-2
Specifications
Part No.
Cooling capacity 1 L/min
Max. flow rate
Max. output pressure
Tank capacity
090-008600-00502
800 W
5 L/min
3.5 bar
4.0 L
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BOC TIG Torch Wear Parts Selection
10
7
11
Tungstens
12
Compatible with torch
Items
1
2
3
4
5
6
Back caps
Long 9. 20 (2 pk)
Long 17, 18, 26
Short 17, 18, 26
Torch Bodies & Spares
TIG 17 torch body no valve 150A flex
Series 17 valve-flexible
Series 17 valve-rigid
Series 26 no valve-rigid
Series 26 valve-flexible
26 Series Slimline to suit BOCACDC TIG packs-rigid
26 Series Slimline to suit BOCACDC TIG packs-flexible
Heat Shield
Standard 17, 18, 26
Collets
1.6 mm 9. 20 (5 pk)
2.4 mm 9. 20 (5 pk)
1.6 mm 17, 18, 26 (5 pk)
2.4 mm 17, 18, 26 (5 pk)
3.2 mm 17, 18, 26 (5 pk)
BOC (Wedge collet)
1.6 mm (standard)
2.4 mm (standard)
3.2 mm (standard)
1.6 mm (short)
Collet body
1.6 mm 9. 20 (5 pk)
2.4 mm 9. 20 (5 pk)
1.6 mm 17, 18, 26 (5 pk)
2.4 mm 17, 18, 26 (5 pk)
3.2 mm 17, 18, 26 (5 pk)
Collet body - Gas Lens
1.6 mm 17.18.26
2.4 mm 17.18.26 (2 pk)
3.2 mm 17.18.26 (2 pk)
1.6 mm 9. 20 (2 pk)
2.4 mm 9. 20 (2 pk)
Gas Lens Insulator
Gas Lens Insulator All Models
Part no.
B41V24 m
B57Y02
B57Y04
BOC17-FX m
BOC17V-FX m
BOC17V-RG m
BOC26-RG m
BOC26V-FX m
BOC26RG m
BOC26FX m
BOC300HS m
B13N22
B13N23
B10N23
B10N24
B10N25
BOC3C16GS m
BOC3C24GS m
BOC3C32GS
BOC4C16GS m
B13N27 m
B13N28 m
B10N31
B10N32
B10N28
B45V25 m
B45V26
B45V27 m
B45V43 m
B45V44 m
B54N01 m
MagMate® TIG 200 TIG-26
N-HQ01009
MagMate® TIG 150 TIG 17
R-11-0101102-15-00
TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 4 m
094-018712-00600
TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 8 m
094-018712-00608
9
6
TIG Torch 17 Series 4M valve
BOC17RV4M
5
BOC 26 Flex valve 8m
BOC26V-8-RF
4
BOC17 Flex valve 8m
BOC17V-8-RF
3
BOCACDC-2PC-8FR
BOCACDC-2PC-8FR
2
BOC ACDC – 2PC – 8F
BOCACDC-2PC-8F
1
7
Gas cups
Alumina cups
6 mm
B10N50 m
8 mm
B10N49
10 mm
B10N48
11 mm
B10N47
12.5 mm
B10N46
16 mm
B10N45 m
Alumina cups (5 pk)
6 mm 9.20 (5 pk)
B13N08 m
8 mm 9.20 (5 pk)
B13N09 m
10 mm 9.20 (5 pk)
B13N10 m
11 mm 9.20 (5 pk)
B13N11 m
12.5 mm 9.20 (5 pk)
B13N12 m
Alumina cups for Gas Lens
8 mm 17.18.26 (2 pk)
B54N17
10 mm 17.18.26 (2 pk)
B54N16 m
11 mm 17.18.26
B54N15 m
12.5 mm 17.18.26 (2 pk)
B54N14 m
Gas Saver Kits
Alumina cups
1.6 mm 17.18.26
BOC3GS16 m
2.4 mm 17.18.26
BOC3GS24
3.2 mm 17.18.26
BOC3GS32 m
Clear Cups
1.6 mm 17.18.26
BOC3GS16-P
2.4 mm 17.18.26
BOC3GS24-P
3.2 mm 17.18.26
BOC3GS32-P
2.4 mm 9
BOCD2GS332LD
Gas saver parts to fit BOC gas saver kits BOC3GS16, BOC3GS24 and BOC3GS32
9 Heat shields
Alumina standard
BOC3HSGS
Large diameter
BOC4HSGSLM m
10 Collet bodies
Standard
BOC3CBGS m
Short
BOC4CBGS m
Large diameter
BOC4CBGSLM m
11 Adapter Screens
1.6 mm
BOCTAS16GS m
2.4 mm
BOCTAS24GS m
3.2 mm (5 pk)
BOCTAS32GS m
1.6 mm Large diameter
BOCTAS116GSLM m
3.2 mm Large diameter
BOCTAS332GSLM m
12 Gas lens shield cup
8 mm Alumina
BOC3A5GS m
10 mm Alumina
BOC3A6GS m
11 mm Alumina
BOC3A7GS m
12.7 mm clear
BOC3P8GS m
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MagMate® TIG 200 TIG-26
N-HQ01009
MagMate® TIG 150 TIG 17
R-11-0101102-15-00
TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 4 m
094-018712-00600
TIG 300 G HD 2T 8P 8 m
094-018712-00608
TIG Torch 17 Series 4M valve
BOC17RV4M
BOC 26 Flex valve 8m
BOC26V-8-RF
Part no.
BOC17 Flex valve 8m
BOC17V-8-RF
Items
BOCACDC-2PC-8FR
BOCACDC-2PC-8FR
Compatible with torch
BOC ACDC – 2PC – 8F
BOCACDC-2PC-8F
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Part no.
Collets, diffusers, and collet bodies
Binzel
1.6 mm
BP775.0062 p
2.4 mm
775.0063 p
3.2 mm
775.0064 p
Binzel Gas Diffusers
1.6 mm
773.0172 p
2.4 mm
773.0173 p
3.2 mm
773.0174 p
Gas cups
6.5 mm
777.0081 p
7.5 mm
775.0081 p
8 mm
777.0082 p
10 mm
777.0083 p
11.5mm
777.0084 p
Back caps
Binzel
Short
BP773.0053 p
Long
773.0051 p
Torch bodies
EWM 200 RIGID
774.001 p
EWM 200 Flexible
774.013 p
EWM 450 Liquid
775.0010 p
Heat shield
Heat shield
BP775.1043 p
TIG 200 GD Grip 4M
394-510981-00200
Items
TIG 450 WD HW 12P 2T
UD FLEX 4M
094-500098-10200
Compatible with torch
TIG 450 WD GRIP 4M
8PB 2T UD
394-510993-00200
Binzel and EWM TIG Torch Wear Parts Selection
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TIG Torch Wear Parts
BOC Tungstens come in all types.
Excellent arc-starting characteristics and
long life. Can be used with aluminium,
mild steel, stainless and copper.
Red Tungsten 2% Thoriated
Electrodes
• Pack of 10
Description
Part No.
Tungsten ZIR 0.8%
1.6 × 150
2.4 × 150
3.2 × 150
Tungsten Ceriated DC
1.6 × 150
2.4 × 150
3.2 × 150
Tungsten Lanthiated AC & DC
1.6 × 150
2.4 × 150
3.2 × 150
BOC503016PK
BOC503024PK
BOC503032PK
BOC502016PK
BOC502024PK
BOC502232PK m
BOC504016PK m
BOC504024PK
BOC504032PK m
Tungsten Rare Earth
Electrodes
• Designed for AC or DC applications
• Maintain sharpened tip configuration for steel
and stainless steel welding
• Will form a balled end during AC welding
of aluminium
• Pack of 3
• Designed for DC Electrode Negative (DCEN) or
straight polarity applications
• Maintain sharpened tip configuration during
welding – desirable for welding steels, nickel
alloys and most alloys other than aluminium
and magnesium
• Not normally used with AC welding due to
difficulty in maintaining the balled end without
splitting the electrode
• Pack of 10
Description
Part No.
Description
Tungsten Rare Earth 1.6mm
Tungsten Rare Earth 2.4mm
Tungsten Rare Earth 3.2mm
BOC60116
BOC60124
BOC60132 m
Tungsten THOR 2% 1.6 × 150 DC BOC501116PK
Tungsten THOR 2% 2.4 × 150 DC BOC501124PK
Tungsten THOR 2% 3.2 × 150 DC BOC501132PK
Part No..
Gas Saver Kits
For BOC17, BOC18, BOC26 Torches
The unique BOC design gas saver kits ensures
complete gas coverage of the TIG tungsten
even on extended stick out.
Back Ends
Back end connectors ensures maximum
protection and safety.
A selection of back end connectors are
available for BOC TIG torches to ensure that
these torches can be fitted to machines with
either 25 or 35 dinse connectors.
The back end is designed to fully enclose and
protect the gas connector from accidental
impact.
Description
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 25:
Style 17
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 35:
Style 17
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 35:
Style 26
Safe-Loc Male Dinse 35:
Style 18, Water
Part No.
BOCSL2-25 m
Gas saver kits eliminate excessive turbulence
in the gas flow that could lead to air
entrapment in the weld bead. Saves your gas
and offers better weld finish.
Wedge Collet
• Lasts 10 times minutes longer than standard
split collets
• Improves arc starts and arc stability
• Requires less pressure from the back cap
improving thread life on torch head
• Tungsten is in direct contact with collet body
creating less resistance heating
• Runs cooler, minimising down time
replacing collets
• Eliminates twisting and deformation of collet
• Fits any standard collet body or gas lens
BOCSL2-35 m
Size
Standard
BOCSL8-35 m
1.6mm
2.4mm
3.2mm
BOC3C16GS m –
BOC3C24GS m BOC4C332GS m
BOC3C32GS
BOC4C418GS m
BOCSLW-35 m
Short
The purpose of a gas lens is to make the
shielding gas exit the nozzle as a column
instead of a turbulent stream of gas that
begins to spread out after exiting. The column
of gas allows the electrode to stick out farther
for visibility allowing for better access to the
weld area and a reduction in gas flow.
Size
Alumina Cup
Clear Cup
1.6m
2.4m
3.2m
BOC3GS16 m
BOC3GS24
BOC3GS32 m
BOC3GS16-P
BOC3GS24-P
BOC3GS32-P
Clear nozzle for gas saver kit
Part No.
BOC3P8GS m
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Section 3 → Welding Equipment
BOC delivers innovative ewm
MIG/MAG welding processes
BOC is the exclusive distributor of ewm high-end welding machines
in the South Pacific.
Founded in 1957, ewm is Germany’s leading manufacturer and
technology expert of arc welding machines which offer patented
processes such as coldArc, pipeSolution, rootArc, forceArc, impuls
and superPuls.
Full three year guarantee
Our welding machines embody top technology
at the highest level. Each product is carefully
checked to ensure quality is maintained.
Together BOC and ewm join technical expertise in welding and gas
to give our customers an added advantage in welding competency.
With our welding systems, we provide customers with the tools to
carry out their individual MIG/MAG and TIG welding tasks more
effectively no matter how big or small.
MIG/MAG welding processes
coldArc®
forceArc®
pipeSolution®
impuls®
rootArc®
superPuls®
• Low heat input, low-spatter short circuiting for
high dimensional stability welding and brazing
of thin materials and root welding with excellent
gap‑bridging capabilities.
• Powerful short circuiting for sound, high speed root
pass welding, with and without gaps, in all positions.
• Short circuiting with easy weld pool control capabilities
for trouble-free gap-bridging and positional welding.
• Low heat input, highly stable, powerful arcs with
deep fusion penetration for the upper power range.
For carbon, low alloy and high tensile steels.
• Controlled, short circuit-free pulse arc for all positions,
resulting in minimal spatter.
• The combination of EWM welding processes offers a
multitude of possibilities.
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All the right pulse
functions you need
for aluminium
welding and more!
Phoenix 355 Progress Pulse MM TKM
Multi-process MIG/MAG pulse welding machine
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Powerful and economical new generation inverter
Digital Synergic control and monitoring
Multi-process MIG, FCAW, TIG, MMA and gouging
Perfect for welding aluminium, stainless steel and mild steel
Pulse or standard MIG
superPulse® MIG – Process switching
Patented forceArc® and rootArc ® MIG
Wire tip conditioning
MIG and TIG liftarc ignition
Wire feed creep start
Select pre-programmed job lists (procedure) on PC2 torch
Set essential variable limits eg. +/- 2volts.
• Optional key lockout
Cooling Unit 50 U40
• Cooling unit for water-cooled welding torches
• For compact machines (TKM)
• Modular design, tool-free assembly
Specifications
Part No.
Cooling capacity 1 L/min
Max. flow rate
Max. output pressure
Tank capacity
090-008598-00502
100 W
5 L/min
3.5 bar
4.0 L
Specifications
Part No.
091-005403-00532 m
Mains voltage (tolerances)
3× 400V (-25% to +20%)
Mains fuses
3× 16A
Open circuit voltage
80V
Setting range for welding current
5 - 350A
350A @ 40%
Duty cycle 40°C
300A @ 60%
270A @ 100%
Dimensions
625 x 300 x 480 mm
Weight
33 kg
Trolley 55-5
• Transport cart for power source, cooling unit
and a gas cylinder
• For Pico MIG 185/305 D3, Phoenix/Taurus
355/405/505 and Tetrix 230/300-2
• Comes as a flat pack
Part No.
090-008632-00001
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Multiprocess Machines
EWM® Multiprocess Range
•
•
•
•
3-Year Conditional Warranty
Water-cooled inverter welding machines
Multiple processes in one machine - GMAW, MMA, TIG
EWM patented processes - coldArc®, forceArc®, rootArc®, impuls®, superPuls® and pipeSolution® for Alpha Q
Cooling unit is
an optional extra
and not included
in this package.
1 Alpha Q 351
VRD – single wire
feeder
• GMAW welding of steel/CrNi/
aluminium
• Equipped for 1.2 mm steel wire
• Easy, tool-free change of welding
polarity
• Ideally suited for use with long
hose packages
• Remote control and function torch
connection
• Option to network via LAN or
WiFi, Xnet-compatible
• IEC 60 974-1; -2; -10 / CE /
S-Safety sign / EMC class A
Features:
• Three processes in one machine
• 16 pre-programmed JOBS to save
you time
• Voltage reduction device for
added safety
• Generator compatible
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Elite wire feeder 4X HP
• MT451 W PC2 3M EZA M8 torch
• 70qmm 10m W interm. hose pack
• Work return lead
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005333-28532 p
2A
lpha Q 551 FDW
• GMAW welding of steel/CrNi/
aluminium
• Program operation with 16
programs per JOB
• Ideally suited for use with long
hose packages
• Remote control and function torch
connection
• Option to network via LAN or
WiFi, Xnet-compatible
• IEC 60 974-1; -2; -10 / CE /
S-Safety sign / EMC class A
Features:
• Multimatrix welding
characteristics – efficient welding
processes that save you time and
money
• High duty cycle
• Wire feeder has high precision,
powerful feed mechanism for
secure feeding of all solid and
flux cored wires
• Excellent torch cooling – saves on
consumables
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Elite wire feeder 4X HP
• MT551W PC2 4M EZA M8 torch
• 95qmm 1m interm.hose pack
• Work return lead
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Coolant
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005334-00502 p
3 Alpha Q 351 D
4 Phoenix 405
VRD – double wire
Progress Pulse
• Heavy industrial use
feeder
• GMAW welding of steel/CrNi/
aluminium
• Equipped for 1.2 mm steel wire
• Easy, tool-free change of welding
polarity
• Fully generator compatible
• Ideally suited for use with long
hose packages
• Remote control and function torch
connection
• Option to network via LAN or
WiFi, Xnet-compatible
• IEC 60 974-1;-10/CE/S-Safety
sign/EMC class A
Features:
• Double wire feeder means you
can alternate between a variety
of different job types, materials
and wire thicknesses
• Pre-programmed JOBs saves you
time
Package consists of:
• Power source
• alpha Q wire feeder 4D
• MT451 W PC2 3M EZA M8 torch
• 70qmm 10m W interm. hose pack
• Work return lead
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005333-29532 p
• Water cooled
• 10m interconnecting cable
• Generator required: 25 kVA
• PC2 remote control torch
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Drive XExpert 2.0 wire feeder
• MT401G PC2-X 4M EZA M8 torch
• 70qmm 10m W Interm. hose
package
• Work return lead
• Regulator
• Trolley
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005321-28532 m
Optional extra
COOL 50-2U40
Part No.
090-008603-00502 p
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18 Month
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
5B
OC Smootharc
Multiprocess 175
• Light industrial, repair and DIY
• MIG/MAG standard, MMA and
TIG (Liftarc)
• Synergic machine, easy to use
• Can be used for aluminium
• Generator requirement: 9kVa
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Work return lead
• MMA electrode holder and cable
• BOC 17 series TIG torch
• Binzel MB15AK MIG/MAG torch
• Regulator and Gas hose
• Spare feed rolls
• Operating manual
Part No.
0-5mm
8 Pico MIG 355 D3
Puls
Package consists of:
• Power source
• MT221G 3M EZA M6 torch
• Work return lead
• Gas nozzle, innershield
• Regulator and Gas hose
• Operating manual
Package consists of:
• Power source
• MT301G 3M M8 torch
• Work return lead
• Regulator and Gas hose
• Operating manual
• Light industrial use
• MIG/MAG standard, MMA and
TIG (Liftarc)
• Pre-programmed welding tasks
• Perfect for stainless steel and
aluminium
• Pulse welding
Part No.
BOC175MULTI
Mild Steel
Thickness
6 BOC Smootharc
7 Phoenix 355
Elite® Multiprocess
Progress Pulse
180 Pulse
• Medium/heavy industrial use
Stainless Steel
Thickness
5-8mm
>8mm
0-3mm
3-8mm
Package consists of:
• Power source
• MT301G PC2 3M EZA M8 torch
• Work return lead
• Regulator and Gas hose
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005135-00032
Aluminium
Thickness
>8mm
• Innovative pulse welding of
aluminium and stainless steels
• Portable inverter machine –
gas/water cooled
• Pre-programmed tasks
• Reliable short arc welding in
all positions
• Remote control connection
0-3mm 3-6mm
091-005403-00532 m
• DC, pulse, gas-cooled
• Multiprocess: MIG/MAG pulse,
standard, MMA and TIG lift arc
• Pre-programmed tasksr
• Reliable short arc welding in all
positions
• Innovative pulse welding for
stainless steel and aluminium
Part No.
Power Supply
Requirements
Welding Processes
>6mm
MMA
MIG
091-005542-00532 m
TIG DC
TIG
TIG
Liftarc DC Only Pulse
TIG High
Freq. TIG AC
Single
III
phase
AS 1674.2
- plug 3 phase compliant
VRD
1 Alpha Q 351 VRD – single wire feeder
0-15 mm
0-12 mm
0-10 mm (MIG Only)
350A
350A
350A
@ 100% @ 100% @ 100%
0-20 mm
0-18 mm (MIG Only)
420A
420A
420A
@ 100% @ 100% @ 100%
0-10 mm (MIG Only)
350A
350A
350A
@ 100% @ 100% @ 100%
0-15 mm (MIG Only)
420A
@ 80%
✓
2 Alpha Q 551 FDW
0-25 mm
✓
3 Alpha Q 351 D VRD – double wire feeder
0-15 mm
0-12 mm
4 Phoenix 405 Progress Pulse
0-20 mm
0-18 mm
420A
420A
@ 80% @ 80%
✓
✓
✓
✓
TIG MMA MIG
5 Smootharc Multiprocess 175 MIG
Argoshield Light
0-4mm .9mm wire
Stainshield
0-6mm .9mm wire
0-8mm
Argon
0-4mm
0-6mm
Argon
0-4mm
175A
@ 20%
175A
@ 25%
15A
175A
@ 10%
6 BOC Smootharc Elite Multiprocess 180 Pulse
0-6 mm
0-8 mm
110A
@ 60%
120A
@ 60%
✓
7 Phoenix 355 Progress Pulse
0-15 mm
0-12 mm
0-10 mm (MIG Only)
300A
@ 60%
300A
@ 60%
300A
@ 60%
0-10 mm
0-8 mm (MIG Only)
300A
@ 40%
300A
@ 40%
300A
@ 40%
8 Pico MIG 355 D3 Puls
0-13 mm
®
✓
140A
@ 60%
15A
✓
✓
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MIG/MAG Welding
EWM® Basic Range
•
•
•
•
•
3-Year Conditional Warranty
MIG/MAG, FCAW, MMA and arc air gouging
Ideal for medium to heavy duty applications
Manual twin knob operation (welding voltage and wire feeding)
VRD (voltage reduction device) reduces open circuit voltage to safer levels
- Compliant to IEC 60974-1 and AS 1674-2 Category C environment
1
Taurus 355 Basic
TDM VRD
2
Taurus 405 Basic
TDM VRD
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Drive 4 Basic
• 70qmm 10M G 19pol Intermediate
hose package
• Trolly 55-5 DM
• ON Trolly 55
• MT301G 3M M8 torch
• Work return lead
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Drive 4 Basic
• 70qmm 10M G 19pol
Intermediate hose package
• Trolly 55-5 DM
• ON Trolly 55
• MT401G 3M EZA M8 torch
• Work return lead
• Regulator
• Operating manual
• Medium industrial use
• Gas cooled or optionally liquid
cooled with cool 50 cooling unit
Part No.
091-005286-28532 m
• Heavy industrial use
• Gas cooled or optionally liquid
cooled with cool 50 cooling unit
Part No.
091-005241-1B532 m
3
Taurus 405 Basic
TDW VRD
• Heavy industrial use
• Liquid cooled standard
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Drive 4 Basic
• 70qmm 10M W 19pol
Intermediate hose package
• Trolly 55-5 DM
• ON Traverse Trolly 55.2-2
• MT451W 4M EZA M8 torch
• Work return lead
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005438-28532 m
4
Taurus 505 Basic
VRD
• Inverter welding machine, DC
• Multiprocess: MIG/MAG, TIG lift
arc, MMA, air arc gouging
• Ideal for worksites
• Gouging with carbon electrode
diameters of up to 10mm
• Compatible with voltage sensing
wire feeders
• Tool-free polarity selection: ideal
for welding self-shielding flux
cored wires
• Recommended generator power
35 kVA
• Standards IEC 60 974-1; -10 / CE
/ S-Safety sign / EMC class A
Package consists of:
• Power source
• ON CS 405/505 roll cage
• Operating manual
Part No.
TDM
Gas cooled - optional liquid cooling available
TDW
Standard built-in liquid cooling
MM
Multimatrix (can network with LAN through ewm Xnet)
BasicManual twin-knob operation (welding voltage and wire feeding), MIG/MAG, FCAW, MMA
and gouging
SynergicAs with Basic but has MMA, Liftarc TIG, forceArc®, rootArc® and
Superpuls® (controlled metal transfer across the arc for spray and short circuit transfer)
VRD
Voltage reduction device - AS1674.2 Cat C and AS 60974.1 compliant
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EWM® Synergic Range
•
•
•
•
3-Year Conditional Warranty
MIG/MAG FCAW, MMA and arc air gouging
EWM patented processes - rootArc®, forceArc® and superPuls®
VRD (voltage reduction device) reduces open circuit voltage to safer levels
- Compliant to IEC 60974-1 and AS 1674-2 Category C environment
5
6
7
Taurus 355 Synergic Taurus 405 Synergic Taurus 405 Synergic
S MM TDM VRD
S MM TDM VRD
S MM TDW VRD
• Gas-cooled welding machine
• Multiprocess: GMAW, MMA, TIG
and air arc gouging
• Synergic or manual welding
operation
• GMAW welding of steel/CrNi/
aluminium
• Equipped for 1.2 mm steel wire
• Program operation with 16
programs per JOB
• Ideally suited for use with long
hose packages
• Able to connect remote control
and function torch
• Option to network via LAN or
WiFi, Xnet-compatible
• IEC 60 974-1; -5; -10 / CE /
S-Safety sign / EMC class A
Features:
• High duty cycle
• Separate drive 4X HP wire feeder
• Gas-cooled or optionally watercooled with cool 50 cooling unit
• Excellent torch cooling – saves on
consumables
• Trolly 55-5 trolley and cool50
cooling unit available
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Elite wire feeder 4X HP
• MT401G 3M EZA M8 torch
• 70qmm 10m W interm. hose pack
• Trolly 55-5 DM
• ON Trolly 55
• Work return lead
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005336-0B532 p
• Gas-cooled welding machine
• Multiprocess: GMAW, MMA, TIG
and air arc gouging
• Synergic HP control
• Program operation with 16
programs per JOB
• Synergic or manual welding
operation
• GMAW welding of steel/CrNi/
aluminium
• Equipped for 1.2 mm steel wire
• Ideally suited for use with long
hose packages
• Able to connect remote control
and function torch
• Option to network via LAN or
WiFi, Xnet-compatible
• IEC 60 974-1; -10 / CE / S-Safety
sign / EMC class A
Features:
• High duty cycle
• Separate drive 4X HP wire feeder
• Excellent torch cooling – saves on
consumables
• Trolly 55-5 trolley and cool50
cooling unit available
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Elite wire feeder 4X HP
• MT401G 3M EZA M8 torch
• 70qmm 10m W interm. hose pack
• Trolly 55-5 DM
• ON Trolly 55
• Work return lead
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005337-1B532 p
• Heavy industrial use
• Multiprocess: GMAW, MMA, TIG
and air arc gouging
• Excellent torch cooling cost saving
on consumables due to high
performance centrifugal pump
and 6 litre water tank
• Program operation with 16
programs per job
• Equipped with EN 1090 certified
Synergic characteristics for ewm
forceArc, rootArc and superpuls.
• Liquid cooled standard
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Drive 4X LP
• 70qmm 10M W Intermediate hose
package
• Trolly 55-5 DM
• ON Trolly 55
• MT451W 4M EZA M8 torch
• Work return lead
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
091-005439-28532 d
rootArc®
• Short circuiting with easy weld pool control capabilities
for trouble-free gap-bridging and positional welding.
forceArc®
• Low heat input, highly stable, powerful arcs with deep
fusion penetration for the upper power range. For carbon,
low alloy and high tensile steels.
superPuls®
• The combination of EWM welding processes offers
a multitude of possibilities.
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Smootharc Advance MIG Range
•
•
•
•
3-Year Conditional Warranty
Inverter-based machines with high duty cycle
Provide infinite control to fine tune settings for optimum results
Light to heavy industrial applications
8
Smootharc
Advance® MIG 350R
• Three phase
• 4 drive roll remote wire feeder
• Fitted with original quality Binzel
torch
• Suits medium to heavy industrial
production
• Ideal for mining and construction
Package consists of:
• Power source with input cable
and plug
• Binzel ABIMIG 355 torch
• BOC Argon regulator
• Work return lead
• 1 × lifting lug
• Wire feeder rollers
• Knurled (0.8-0.9/1.0-1.2/1.2-1.6)
• U Groove (0.8-0.9/1.0-1.2/1.21.6)
• V Groove (0.6-0.8/0.9-1.0/1.01.2)
• 2 × equipment tray with fitting
screws
• Wire feeder
• 1m & 10m inter-connecting
cables
• 4 × castor wheels
• 4 × rubber feet
• Operating Manual
Part No.
ADVANCE350R
9
Smootharc
Advance® MIG 275R
• Single phase
• Fitted with original quality Binzel
torch
•Remote wire feeder for greater
versatility in applications
•Suits steel, stainless steel and
aluminium welding
Package consists of:
• Power source with input cable
and plug
• Binzel MB Grip 36KD torch
• BOC Argon regulator
• Work return lead
• 1 × lifting lug
• Wire feeder rollers
• Knurled (0.8-0.9/1.0-1.2/1.2-1.6)
• U Groove (0.8-0.9/1.0-1.2/1.21.6)
• V Groove (0.6-0.8/0.9-1.0/1.01.2)
• 2 × equipment trays with fitting
screws
• Wire feeder
• 1m & 10m inter-connecting
cables
• 4 × castor wheels
• 4 × rubber feet
• Operating Manual
Part No.
10
Smootharc
Advance® II 250C
MIG
• Light industrial use
• MIG/MAG inverter welding with
MMA capabilities
• Single phase input, DC output
• Smooth arc characteristics across
both ferrous and non-ferrous
materials
• Internal wire feeder
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Work return lead – 3m
• Binzel MB36KD MIG/MAG 3m
torch
• MMA electrode holder and cable
• Regulator
• Gas hose with clamps and quick
release connection
• Feed rolls:
U groove 0.8-0.9/1.0-1.2
V groove 0.6-0.8/0.9-1.0/1.0-1.2
Knurled 0.8-0.9/1.0-1.2
• Operating manual
Part No.
ADVANCE II 250C
ADVANCE275R
®
®
18 Month
11
Smootharc MIG 180
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
• Light to medium industrial,
maintenance and DIY jobs
• Inverter-based welding machine
• Simplified settings, semi-synergic
control
• Generator requirement: 9 kVa
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Work return lead
• Binzel MB15AK MIG/MAG torch
• Gas hose
• Regulator
• Operating manual
Part No.
BOC180MIG
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Mild Steel
Thickness
0-5mm
Stainless Steel
Thickness
5-8mm >8mm
0-3mm
3-8mm
Aluminium
Thickness
>8mm
0-3mm 3-6mm
Power Supply
Requirements
Welding Processes
MMA
>6mm
MIG
TIG DC
TIG
TIG
Liftarc DC Only Pulse
TIG High
Freq. TIG AC
Single
III
AS 1674.2
phase
- plug 3 phase compliant
VRD
1 Taurus 355 Basic TDM VRD
Argoshield Light
0-6mm .9mm wire
Argoshield Universal
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Stainshield
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Alushield Light
0-8mm 1.2mm wire
Alushield Heavy
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
350A @
60%
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
350A @
60%
2 Taurus 405 Basic TDM VRD
Argoshield Light
0-8mm
Argoshield Universal
0-12mm
Argoshield Heavy
0-20mm
0-18 mm
400A @
100%
0-15 mm (MIG Only)
400A @
100%
3 Taurus 405 Basic TDW VRD
Argoshield Light
0-8mm
Argoshield Universal
0-12mm
Argoshield Heavy
0-20mm
0-18 mm
0-15 mm (MIG Only)
400A @
100%
400A @
100%
0-20 mm
0-18 mm
500A @
40%
500A @
40%
350A @
60%
350A @
60%
4 Taurus 505 Basic VRD
0-25 mm
5 Taurus 355 Synergic S MM TDM VRD
Argoshield Light
0-6mm .9mm wire
Argoshield Universal
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Stainshield
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Alushield Light
0-8mm 1.2mm wire
Alushield Heavy
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
350A @
60%
6 Taurus 405 Synergic S MM TDM VRD
Argoshield Light
0-8mm
Argoshield Universal
0-12mm
Argoshield Heavy
0-20mm
0-18 mm
400A @
100%
0-15 mm (MIG Only)
400A @
100%
400A @
100%
7 Taurus 405 Synergic S MM TDW VRD
Argoshield Light
0-8mm
Argoshield Universal
0-12mm
Argoshield Heavy
0-20mm
0-18 mm
400A @
100%
0-15 mm (MIG Only)
400A @
100%
400A @
100%
8 Smootharc Advance® MIG 350R
Argoshield Light
0-6mm .9mm wire
Argoshield Universal
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Stainshield
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Alushield Light
0-8mm 1.2mm wire
✓
Alushield Heavy
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
350A @
35%
9 Smootharc Advance® MIG 275R
Argoshield Light
0-6mm .9mm wire
Argoshield Universal
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Stainshield
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
275A @
35%
Alushield Light
0-6mm 1.2mm wire
✓
175A @
35%
10 Smootharc Advance® II 250C MIG
Argoshield Light
0-6mm o.9mm wire
Argoshield Universal
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
Stainshield
0-10mm 1.2mm wire
0-12 mm
0-10 mm
175A @
35%
Alushield Light
0-6mm 1.2mm wire
220A @
30%
175A @
35%
§
✓
250A @
35%
11 Smootharc MIG 180
Argoshield Light
0-5mm .9mm wire
Argoshield Universal
0-6mm 1.0mm wire
175A @
35%
Stainshield
0-8mm .9mm wire
175A @
35%
®
✓
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MIG Machines, Torches and Accessories Selection
MT401G EZA 4M M8
MT451W EZA M8 3M
MT451W EZA M8 4M
MT451W 4M PC2 EZA M8
Water-cooled
MT451W 3M PC2 EZA M8
Water-cooled
MT551 W 5M PC2 EZA M8
Water-cooled
MT551 W 4M PC2 EZA M8
Water-cooled
MT551 W 3M PC2 EZA M8
Water-cooled
MT551WL PC2 5M EZA
M8 (LONG NECK)
MT551W 3M EZA M8
MT551W 5M EZA M8
094-500076-00700 d
094-500077-00000 d
094-500077-00004 d
094-500079-00000 d
094-500079-00004 d
094-500079-00704 d
094-500079-00700 d
094-500080-00705 d
094-500080-00704 d
094-500080-00700 d
094-500080-20705 d
094-500080-00000 d
094-500080-00005 d
MT301CG PP PC2 10M M8 094-500138-00710 d
(Aluminium conversion
package)
MT401 GPC2–X4M EZA M8 094-500112-00704 d
Wire Feeder
Elite WF351/501
090-004967-00032 d
Elite WFPP451
090-004844-00032 d
Elite i-Basic Drive
090-005153-00032 d
Drive 4X HP
090-005392-00502 d
Elite i-Synergic Drive
Drive 4 Basic
alpha Q DRIVE 4L
alpha Q DRIVE 4D
Feed Roll Kits
0.6-0.8mm for steel &
stainless steel
0.8-1.0mm for steel &
stainless steel
0.9-1.2mm for steel &
stainless steel
1.0-1.2mm for steel &
stainless steel
1.2-1.6mm for steel &
stainless Steel
090-005201-00032 d
090-005401-00502 d
090-005125-00502 d
090-005121-00502 d
092-000839-00000 d
092-000840-00000 d
092-000841-00000 d
092-000842-00000 d
092-000843-00000 d
®
Picomig 355 D3 091-005542-00532
Picomig 305 D3 091-005435-00532
Alpha Q 351 D 091-005333-29532
Alpha Q 551 091-005334-00502
Alpha Q 351 091-005333-28532
094-500076-00705 d
MT401G EZA 3M M8
Alpha Q 330 091-005402-00532
MT301G PC2 EZA 5M M8
MIG 551i*1 ELITEMIG551I
Taurus 355 Basic TDM VRD
091-005286-28532
Taurus 355 Synergic S MM TDM VRD
091-005336-0B532
Taurus 405 Basic TDM VRD
091-005241-1B532
Taurus 405 Basic TDW VRD
091-005438-28532
Taurus 405 Synergic S MM TDM VRD
091-005337-1B532
Taurus 405 Synergic S MM TDW VRD
091-005439-28532
Taurus 505 Basic VRD
091-005261-00532
Taurus 505 Synergic S MM TDW VRD
091-005441-28532
Phoenix 355 Progress Pulse
091-005403-00532
Phoenix 405 Progress Pulse
091-005321-28532
451 Progress Pulse ELITEMIG451PULSE
094-500075-00000 d
MT301G PC2 3M EZA M8
MIG 451i-Syn*1 ELITE451ISYN
EWM Torches
MT221G 3M EZA M6
MIG 451i*1 ELITE451I
Part no.
MIG 351i*1 ELITE351I
Items
MIG 501*1 ELITEMIG501
*1 Discontinued
180 Multiprocess Pulse
091-005135-00032
MIG 251*1 ELITEMIG251
Fitted with machine
Optional - purchased separately
MIG 351*1 ELITEMIG351
EWM & Smootharc Elite® Range
57
Counter pressure roll for 092-000844-00000 d
steel wire
0.8-0.9mm for cored wire 092-000834-00000 d
1.0-1.2/1.4-1.6mm for
092-000835-00000 d
cored wire
Counter pressure roll for 092-000838-00000 d
cored wire
0.8-0.9mm for Al wires
092-000869-00000 d
1.0-1.2mm for Al wires
092-000848-00000 d
Counter pressure roll for
aluminium wire
1.2mm for steel, stainless
steel, FCAW & MIG
brazing
1.2mm for Al wires
Interconnecting Kits
50Qmm G 7pol 10m
092-000845-00000 d
1.2-1.6mm for Al wires
092-000849-00000 d
092-002770-00012 d
092-002771-00012 d
094-000579-00002 d
70Qmm W 7pol 10m
094-000406-00032 d
70Qmm W 19pol 10m
094-009082-00002 d
95Qmm W 7pol 10m
70Qmm W 7pol 10m
70Qmm G 19pol 10m
95Qmm G 19pol 10m
95Qmm G 19pol 10m
(EWM)
95Qmm W 7pol 1m
70Qmm G 7pol 10m
Work Return Lead
WK25Qmm-4M/K
WK50Qmm-4M/K
Trolleys
Trolly 35.2-2
094-000407-00002 d
094-000406-00002 d
094-011063-00032 d
094-011091-00032 d
094-011091-00002 d
094-000407-00000 p
094-000580-00032 d
092-000016-00000 d
092-000003-00000 d
090-008296-00000 m
ON Trolly 55
092-002700-00000 m
Trolly 55-5
090-008632-00001 m
ON Trolly Picomig
Trolly 55.2-2
Cooling Units
Cooling unit 50 U40
092-000312-00000 m
090-002700-00000 m
090-008598-00502 m
Cooling unit 50-2U40
090-008603-00502 m
Other
Hose Bridge
092-007843-00000 m
miniDrive
miniDrive WS 10m 70mm² 090-005262-01110 m
miniDrive WS 15m 70mm² 090-005262-01115 m
miniDrive WS 20m 70mm² 090-005262-01120 m
miniDrive WS 25m 70mm² 090-005262-01125 p
®
Picomig 355 D3 091-005542-00532
Picomig 305 D3 091-005435-00532
Alpha Q 351 D 091-005333-29532
Alpha Q 551 091-005334-00502
Alpha Q 351 091-005333-28532
Alpha Q 330 091-005402-00532
MIG 551i*1 ELITEMIG551I
Taurus 355 Basic TDM VRD
091-005286-28532
Taurus 355 Synergic S MM TDM VRD
091-005336-0B532
Taurus 405 Basic TDM VRD
091-005241-1B532
Taurus 405 Basic TDW VRD
091-005438-28532
Taurus 405 Synergic S MM TDM VRD
091-005337-1B532
Taurus 405 Synergic S MM TDW VRD
091-005439-28532
Taurus 505 Basic VRD
091-005261-00532
Taurus 505 Synergic S MM TDW VRD
091-005441-28532
Phoenix 355 Progress Pulse
091-005403-00532
Phoenix 405 Progress Pulse
091-005321-28532
451 Progress Pulse ELITEMIG451PULSE
MIG 451i-Syn*1 ELITE451ISYN
MIG 451i*1 ELITE451I
MIG 351i*1 ELITE351I
Part no.
MIG 501*1 ELITEMIG501
Items
180 Multiprocess Pulse
091-005135-00032
MIG 251*1 ELITEMIG251
Fitted with machine
Optional - purchased separately
MIG 351*1 ELITEMIG351
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MIG Machines, Torches and Accessories Selection
Smootharc Advance® and MagMate® Ranges
Fitted with machine
Optional - purchased separately
Binzel Torches
MB15AK Grip 3M
MB24KD Grip 3M
MB24KD Grip 4M
ABIMIG 355 4M turnable Air-cooled
Wire Feeder
BOC Smootharc Advance® 4 roll feeder
Feed roll kits
0.6-0.8mm for steel & stainless steel
0.8-0.9 mm for aluminium
0.9-1.0 mm for aluminium (U-grove)
0.8-0.9 mm for FCAW
0.6-0.8 for steel and stainless steel
0.6-0.8mm for aluminium
0.6-0.8mm for Steel & Stainless steel
0.9-1.0mm for Steel & Stainless steel
1.0-1.2mm for Steel & Stainless steel
0.8-0.9mm knurled for cored wire
1.0-1.2mm knurled for cored wire
0.8-0.9mm U groove for Al
1.0-1.2mm U groove for Al
Interconnecting Kit
1m interconnect cable
10m interconnect cable
Trolley
Multipurpose cart
Regulator
BOC 6000 CO2 regulator
TIG Torch
TIG Torch 17 Series 4M valve
Gas Hose
002.0604
012.0251
012.0252
014.H391.1
ADVANCEFEED d
R-12-020701-15-00 d
R-12-020702-31-00 d
R-12-020702-46-00 d
R-12-020703-05-00 d
R-12-020702-04-00 d
R-12-020702-17-00 d
ADVANCEVROL0608 d
ADVANCEVROL0910 m
ADVANCEVROL1012 d
ADVANCEKNROL0809 d
ADVANCEKNROL1012 d
ADVANCEUROL0809 d
ADVANCEUROL1012 d
R-52-3501-00-A0 d
R-52-3510-00-A0 d
400840
105207
BOC17RV4M d
®
BOC175Multi
BOC175MULTI
BOC180MIG
BOC180MIG
350R
ADVANCE350R
275R
ADVANCE275R
MagMate®
250C
ADVANCEII250C
275C*
ADVANCE275C
Part No.
200C*
ADVANCE200C
Items
Smootharc Advance®
MIG150
MAGMIG150
*Replaced by AdvanceII250C
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MIG Torches
Binzel Torches
EWM Torches
1
5
2
7
6
8
3
9
4
10
MIG Torches
1
2
3
4
Cable
Length
MIG Torch for Smootharc Range
3 m
MB15AK Grip
4 m
3 m
MB24KD Grip
4 m
3 m
MB36KD Grip
4 m
5 m
4 m
MB501D Grip
5 m
ABIMIG Torch Range
Part No.
Torch Type
Duty Cycle:
Mixed Gases
Cooling
Thread
002.0604
002.0605 d
Manual
150 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M6 6 mm
Manual
220 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M6 8 mm
014.0335
014.0336 d
034.0493 m
034.0494 d
Manual
290 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M8
Manual
450 A @ 100 %
Liquid-cooled
M8
012.0251
012.0252
014.0334 d
5 ABIMIG 355 LW turnable
4 m
014.H391.1
Manual
320 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M8
6 ABIMIG ATG 455 LW
4m
015.D074.1 p
Manual
400 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M8
MIG Torches for EWM & Smootharc Elite® Range
7 MT221G EZA
3 m
094-500075-00000 m
Manual
220 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M6
8 MT301G PC2 EZA
Manual
300 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M8
Manual
400 A @ 35 %
Gas-cooled
M8
Manual
450 A @ 100 %
Liquid-cooled
M8
Manual
550 A @ 100 %
Liquid-cooled
M8
Manual
300 A @ 60 %
Gas-cooled
M8
9
8
8
MT401G EZA
MT451W EZA
MT451W PC1
MT451W PC2 EZA
MT551W EZA
MT551W PC2 EZA
MT551WL PC2 EZA (LONG
NECK)
EWM AL KIT-10 M PP PC2
10
1.2 MM
3 m
4 m
5 m
3 m
4 m
4 m
5 m
3 m
4 m
5 m
5 m
3 m
4 m
5 m
094-500076-00700 m
094-500076-00704 p
094-500076-00705 p
094-500077-00000 m
094-500077-00004 m
094-500079-00004 d
094-500079-00405 m
094-500079-00700 m
094-500079-00704 m
094-500059-00705 d
094-500080-00005 m
094-500080-00700 m
094-500080-00704 m
094-500080-00705 m
5 m
094-500080-20705 m
10 m
094-500138-00710 m
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⦁ Compatible with torch
WCWater-cooled
LN Long neck
CP Conversion package
Items
Gas Nozzle
1 13 × 66mm MT22X (2 pk)
Part no.
2 15 × 71mm MT30X/MT45XW (2 pk)
094-013106-90002 m
13 × 71mm MT30XG/MT45XW (2 pk)
18 × 71mm MT30XG/MT45XW (2 pk)
3
17 × 66mm MT55X (2 pk)
17 × 66mm MT40X/MT55X (10 pk)
4 Narrow Gap MT401/551W
Contact Tips
0.8 M6 8mm
0.9 M6 8mm
1.0 M6 8mm
5 1.2 M6 8mm
0.9 M6 8mm Al
1.0 M6 8mm Al
1.2 M6 8mm Al
0.9 M8
1.2 M8
6/7 1.6 M8
1.2 M8 Al
1.6 M8 Al
Contact Tip Holders
8 Tip Holder MT22X (2 pk)
9 Tip Holder MT304/MT45XW M8 (2 pk)
10 Tip Holder MT40X/MT55XW M8X3 (2 pk)
Gas Diffuser
11 Gas Distributor GV. MT22X (2 pk)
MT221G 3M EZA M6
094-500075-00000
MT301G PC2 EZA 3M M8
094-500076-00700
MT301G PC2 EZA 4M M8
094-500076-00704
MT301G PC2 EZA 5M M8
094-500076-00705
MT401G EZA 3M M8
094-500077-00000
MT401G EZA 4M M8
094-500077-00004
MT451W EZA M8 3M
094-500079-00000
MT451W EZA M8 4M
094-500079-00004
MT451W 3M PC2 EZA M8 WC
094-500079-00700
MT451W 4M PC2 EZA M8 WC
094-500079-00704
MT451W 5M PC2 EZA M8 WC
094-500079-00705
MT551 W 3M PC2 EZA M8 WC
094-500080-00700
MT551 W 4M PC2 EZA M8 WC
094-500080-00704
MT551 W 5M PC2 EZA M8 WC
094-500080-00705
MT551WL PC2 5M EZA M8 LN
094-500080-20705
MT551W 3M EZA M8
094-500080-00000
MT551W 5M EZA M8
094-500080-00005
MT301CG PP PC2 10M M8 CP
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MT301 G 3M M8
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EWM MIG Torch Wear Parts Selection
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094-019702-00000
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BP140.0242
BP140.0379
BP141.0004
BP141.0006
BP141.0072
BP140.0214
BP140.0442
BP140.0587
BP141.0015
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12 Gas Distributor GV. MT30X/35X/45X (2 pk) 094-013096-90002 d
Gas Distributor GV. MT40X/MT55X (2 pk)
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Gas Distributor GV. MT40X/MT55X (10 pk) 094-013111-00001 d
Insulated
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Liners
1.5/4.0 Blue nipple 0.6-0.9mm 3m
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2.0/4.0 Red
2.0/4.0 Red
2.4/5.5 Yellow
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nipple
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1.0-1.2mm 3m
1.0-1.2mm 4m
1.6-2.0mm 3m
2.0/4.5 Red
nipple 1.0-1.2mm 5m
PTFE Liner
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1.5/4.0 Blue collett, o-ring 0.6-1.0 3m
1.5/4.0 Blue collett, o-ring 0.6-1.0 4m
2.0/4.0 Red
2.0/4.0 Red
collett, o-ring 1.0/1.2 4m
collett, o-ring 1.0/1.2 3m
2.0/4.0 Red collett, o-ring 1.0/1.2 5m
Brass Liner
Used with PTFE liners 200mm (5 pk)
Liner retention nut (M10 pk) (10 pk)
Collet chuck for liner
BP124.0012
BP124.0026
BP124.0031
BP124.0035 m
BP126.0008 p
BP126.0026
BP126.0028 m
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Essentials Guide → New Zealand Edition
Consumable Breakdown for MT221G
5
8
M6
Contact Tip
M6
Contact Tip Holder
11
1
Gas Nozzle
Gas Diffuser
Torch neck
Consumable Breakdown for MT301 and MT451W
6
9
12
M8
Contact Tip Holder
Gas Diffuser
2
Gas Nozzle
M8
Contact Tip
Torch neck
Consumable Breakdown for MT401G and MT551W
3
7
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M8
Contact Tip
Gas Diffuser
M8
Contact Tip Holder
4
Gas Nozzles
Torch neck
61
62
Section 3 → Welding Equipment
Swan Necks
MB15AK, 50°bent
MB24KD, 50°bent
MB36KD, 50°bent
ABIMIG 355 45°bend
ABIMIG 455 45°bend
MB501D 50°bend
Contact Tip Holders (2 pk)
M6
M6
M6
M8
M8
M8
M8
Nozzle Spring (2 pk)
(not supplied with BP002.0078)
Contact Tips (10 pk)
0.6 M6 6mm
0.8 M6 6mm
0.9 M6 6mm
1.0 M6 6mm
0.9 M6 6mm Al
0.8 M6 8mm
0.9 M6 8mm
1.0 M6 8mm
1.2 M6 8mm
0.8 M6 8mm Al
0.9 M6 8mm Al
1.0 M6 8mm Al
1.2 M6 8mm Al
0.9 M6 8mm Ccz
0.8 M8
0.9 M8
1.0 M8
1.2 M8
1.6 M8
1.2 M8 CuCrZr
1.0 M8 Al
1.2 M8 Al
1.6 M8 Al
Gas Nozzles (2 pk)
Conical 12mm
Cylindrical 16mm
Conical 12.5mm
Cylindrical 17mm
Tapered 14mm
Conical 16mm
Cylindrical 19mm
Conical 16mm
Conical 18mm
Cylindrical 21mm
Tapered 13mm
Conical 16mm
BP002.0009
BP012.0001 d
BP014.0006 d
014.H423.1
016.H403.1 m
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BP142.0003
BP142.0005
BP142.0020
BP014.D745
BP142.0022 d
BP016.D155 m
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BP140.0059
BP140.0177
BP140.0253
BP141.0005
BP140.0051
BP140.0169
BP140.0242
BP140.0379
BP141.0001 m
BP141.0004
BP141.0006
BP141.0072
BP140.0172 m
BP140.0114 p
BP140.0214
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BP140.0442
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Water-cooled
Binzel ABIMIG ATG 455
LW
Binzel ABIMIG 355LW
Air-cooled
Part no.
Binzel MB Grip 36KD
Air-cooled
Items
Binzel MB Grip 24KD
Air-cooled
Compatible with torch
Binzel MB Grip 15AK
Air-cooled
Binzel MIG Torches and Wear Parts Selection
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Abicor Binzel MIG Torches
MB 15
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Cylindrical 24mm
Conical 14mm
Conical 16mm
Cylindrical 20mm
Gas Diffuser (2 pk)
White Standard
White Standard
Black Long Life
Ceramic
White Standard
Insulated Liners
BP145.D249 p
P145.0132 m
BP145.0085 m
BP145.0051 p
Blue for wire 0.6-0.9mm
Red for wire 0.9-1.2mm
Yellow for wire 1.2-1.6mm
Red for wire 0.9-1.2
White for wire 1.2-1.6
Non-insulated Liners
Steel for wire 0.9-1.2mm
PTFE Liners For Aluminium
BP012.0183
BP014.0261
BP014.0026 m
BP014.0023 m
BP030.0145 m
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BP124.0011 m
BP124.0012
BP124.0026
BP124.0031
P124.0041 p
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BP124.D039 m
124.D044
3m BP126.0005
4m BP126.0008
3m BP126.0022
Red for wire 1.0/1.2
4m BP126.0031
Carbon PTFE Liners Long Life for Aluminium
3m BP127.0002 d
Black for wire 0.6-0.9
4m BP127.0003 m
3m BP127.0005 m
Black for wire 0.9-1.2
4m BP127.0007 m
Black for wire 1.2-1.6
4m BP127.0012 p
Swan Neck Liner
Neck Liner for ABIMIG 355 0.9-1.2 122.D038
Neck Liner for ABIMIG 455 0.9 -1.2 122.D077
Neck Liner for ABIMIG 455 1.6
122.D078
Brass Spiral 0.9-1.6mm used with
BP001.0305
PTFE liners
Front End Kit
Front End Kit MB15AK
BP002.0000
Front End Kit MB24KD
BP012.0000
Front End Kit MB36KD
BP014.0000
Accessories
Collet for liner
131.0001 p
O-ring 3.5 × 1.5mm
165.0008 p
Brass guide tube for Al liners
P129.0461 p
(200mm)
Spanner
BP191.0001 d
Gas Flow Meter L/Min
BP191.0003
Alu Wire Kit 1.0/1.2mm 3m
BP141.K123 m
Alu Wire Kit 1.0/1.2mm 4m
BP141.K124 m
Head Insulator MB15AK
Head Insulator ABIMIG 455
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Neck Liner
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Binzel ABIMIG ATG 455
LW
ABIMIG
455 LW
Binzel ABIMIG 355LW
Air-cooled
ABIMIG
355 LW
Binzel MB Grip 36KD
Air-cooled
MB 501
Binzel MB Grip 24KD
Air-cooled
MB 36
Binzel MB Grip 15AK
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Section 3 → Welding Equipment
Other Torch Wear Parts
Description
Part No.
Tweco® compatible parts*
Description
Part No.
Nozzle No4 10mm Trpd Short Stop (2 pk)
B24AT/37/SS m
Contact Tip 0.6mm Mini (5 pk)
B11/23
Nozzle 13mm CT S (2 pk)
B24CT/50S m
Contact Tip 0.8mm Mini (5 pk)
B11/30
Nozzle 16mm Ct R (2 pk)
B24CT/62/R m
Contact Tip 0.9mm Mini (5 pk)
B11/35
Nozzle 16mm Ct S (2 pk)
B24CT/62/S
Contact Tip 1.0mm Mini (5 pk)
B11/40
Nozzle 19mm Ct S (2 pk)
B24CT/75/S m
Contact Tip 1.2mm Mini (5 pk)
B11/45
Nozzle C/Thread 15.9mm T5 (2 pk)
B25CT/62 m
Contact Tip 0.6mm T2 (5 pk)
B14/23 m
Nozzle 25CT/75 19mm CT (2 pk)
B1925CT/75 m
Contact Tip 0.8mm T2 (5 pk)
B14/30
Kemppi™ compatible parts*
Contact Tip 0.9mm T2 (5 pk)
B14/35
Contact Tip M6 0.9mm (5 pk)
B9876633
Contact Tip 1.0mm T2 (5 pk)
B14/40 m
Contact Tip M6 0.6mm (5 pk)
B9876634
Contact Tip 1.2mm T2 (5 pk)
B14/45
Contact Tip M6 0.8mm (5 pk)
B9876635 m
Contact Tip 1.2mm Al (5 pk)
B14AH364
Contact Tip M6 1.0mm (5 pk)
B9876636
Contact Tip H/D 0.9mm T4 (5 pk)
B14H/35
Contact Tip M6 1.2mm (5 pk)
B9876637 m
Contact Tip H/D 1.0mm T4 (5 pk)
B14H/40 m
Contact Tip M8 0.8mm (5 pk)
B9580122 m
Contact Tip H/D 1.2mm T4 (5 pk)
B14H/45
Contact Tip M8 0.9mm (5 pk)
B9580121
Contact Tip H/D 1.6mm T4 (5 pk)
B14H/116
Contact Tip M8 1.0mm (5 pk)
B9580123 m
Contact Tip H/D 2.0mm T4 (5 pk)
B14H/564
Contact Tip M8 1.2mm (5 pk)
B9580124
Contact Tip H/D 1.6mm T5 (5 pk)
B15H/116
Contact Tip M8 1.4mm (5 pk)
B9580125
Contact Tip H/D 0.9mm T5 (5 pk)
B15H/35 m
Contact Tip M8 1.6mm (5 pk)
B9580126
Contact Tip H/D 1.2mm T5 (5 pk)
B15H/45
Contact Tip M8 1.2mm Aluminium (5 pk)
B9580124A m
Contact Tip H/D 1.2mm F/C T5 (5 pk)
B15HFC/45
Contact Tip Adapter Bmg17/20/25 (2 pk)
B9580173
Contact Tip 0.9mm Tprd (5 pk)
B14T/35
Contact Tip Adapter M8 Mg42I (2 pk)
B426964001 m
Contact Tip 1.2mm Trpd (5 pk)
B14T/45
Contact Tip Adaptor
B4295740
Contact Tip 1.6mm Trpd (5 pk)
B14T/116
Contact Tip Adapter M6 Pmt273230W (2 pk)
B4294890 m
Nozzle Insulator Adj T2 (2 pk)
B32
Contact Tip Adapter MG 38 / 42 (2 pk)
B4255420 m
Nozzle Insulator Adj T2/T4 (2 pk)
B34A
Nozzle Gas Bmg20/25 (2 pk)
B9580101
Nozzle Insulator C/Thread T2/T4 (2 pk)
B34CT
Nozzle Gas Bmg32 (2 pk)
B4259120 m
Nozzle Insulator C/Thread T5 (2 pk)
B35CT m
Nozzle Gas Bmg38/42 (2 pk)
B4255530
Nozzle & Insulator 400A (2 pk)
B4491
Gas Nozzle L70 Pmt273230W (2 pk)
B4294970 m
Conduit 0.8-0.9mm WIRE N0.1
B35/40/15 m
Nozzle (2 pk)
B4295760
Conduit 0.8-0.9mm
B42/3035 m
Gas Diffuser
B4294880
Conduit 1.0-1.2mm
B42/4045 m
Conduit Steel 0.6-0.8mm Bmg17 2.5M
B4188578 m
Conduit 0.9 To 1.2mm Wire 15Ft
B42N/3545
Conduit Steel 0.6-0.8mm Bmg/Kmg/Pmt 3M
B4188571 m
Conduit 1.6mm
B44/116
Conduit Steel 0.9-1.2mm Red Bmg/Pmt 4M
B4188582 m
Conduit 0.9-1.2mm
B44/3545
Conduit Teflon 0.9-1.2mm Bmg/Kmg/Pmt 3M
B4188521 m
Conduit 2.0mm
B44/564
Liner Steel 0.6-0.8mm 3M White Mg17I
B4188579 m
Conduit 0.9-1.2mm Nylon
B44N/3545 m
Liner Steel 0.9-1.2mm 3M Red Mg17I
B4188589 m
Conduit 1.6mm Nylon
B44N/116
Liner 0.9-1.2mm 4M Red Mg25I Mg42I
B4188587 m
Conduit 2.0mm
B45/564 m
Liner 1.4-1.6mm 4M Yellow Mg25I Mg42I
B4188590 m
Gas Diffuser Mini Gun (2 pk)
B35/50 m
Insulating Bush Bmg38/42 (2 pk)
B4248710 m
Diffuser Standard T2 (2 pk)
B52
Insulating Ring Pmt30 -40 (2 pk)
B4270290 m
Diffuser Standard T4 (2 pk)
B54A
Insulating Ring Bmg17/20/25 Pmt25 (2 pk)
B9591010
Diffuser Gas No 5 Torch (2 pk)
B55H m
Insulating Ring Bmg20/25 (2 pk)
B9591079
Diffuser for 1.6-2.8 Liners T5 (2 pk)
B55 m
Bernard™ compatible parts*
Nozzle Mini 13mm Ins Fixed (2 pk)
B21/50/F m
E-Z Head Assembly (2 pk)
Nozzle Standard 12.7mm Mini (2 pk)
B21/50 m
Head Assembly 350/400/550A Short Tip (2 pk) B4435 m
Nozzle Standard Adj 12.7mm T2 (2 pk)
B22/50
E-Z Nozzle 300A Brass (2 pk)
B4391 m
Nozzle Standard Adj 12.7mm T4 (2 pk)
B24A/50 m
E-Z Tip 0.9mm (5 pk) (B7489)
B7459
Nozzle Standard Adj 15.9mm T4 (2 pk)
B24A/62
Contact tip 1.2mm short (5 pk)
B7490 m
Nozzle Adj H/D 15.9mm T4 (2 pk)
B24AH/62 m
E-Z Nozzle Brass (2 pk)
B4392 m
B4335 m
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Welding Accessories
Twist
Tong
BOC Gouging Torch
BOC Electrode Holders
Torch air arc k4000 7ft 1000A
Part No.
Durable quality, fully insulated
BOC4000
Description
Part No.
400A electrode holder – twist
600A electrode holder – twist
300A electrode holder – tong
BOC10001
BOC10002 m
BOC10051
BOC Cable Connectors
Carbon steel, heat treated plus nickel and
chrome plating
Description
Part No.
300A cable connector
500A cable connector
10/25 male dinse connector
35/50 male dinse connector
BOC10151 m
BOC10153
BCP10/25
BCP35/50
Part No.
19 mm 500 A
13 mm 300 A
BOC10268 d
BOC10269 d
Description
Part No.
250A Welding Lead Set
350A Welding Lead Set
BOC10270
BOC10271 d
• Oxygen free for consistently higher quality
• High conductivity, double insulated
• Highly flexible and durable
• Australian made
• Manufactured to AS/NZS 5000.1-0.6/1 Kv
Carbon steel, heat-treated plus nickel and
chrome plating
Description
With quality work clamps and electrode holders,
these welding lead sets provide a premium
option for replacing or upgrading welding leads
or for purchase with new machines.
• 5m and 8m leads
• Quality electrode holder and earth clamp
• Super-flex quality welding cable
BOC Premium
Welding Cable
BOC Work Clamps
Field Fitted Cable Lugs
BOC Welding Lead Sets
Description
Part No.
200A spring loaded work clamp
300A spring loaded work clamp
500A spring loaded work clamp
600A spring loaded work clamp
BOC10101
BOC10103
BOC10105
BOC10106 m
Cable Size
16 mm2
25 mm2
35 mm2
50 mm2
Hole Size (mm) Part No.
25 mm
35 mm2
50 mm2
70 mm2
95 mm2
M13
M13
M13
M13
M19 (Silver)
2
BOC10263
BOC10264 m
BOC10265
BOC10266 m
BOC10267 m
Part No.
3 m
BOC16/3
3 m
5 m
10 m
3 m
5 m
10 m
3 m
5 m
10 m
BOC25/3
BOC25/5
BOC25/10
BOC35/3
BOC35/5
BOC35/10
BOC50/3
BOC50/5
BOC50/10
5 m
BOC16/5
Welding Cable
BOC Crimp Fitted Cable
Lugs
Cable Size
Spool Length
Long lengths on Spools
G-Clamp Earth T-Bar
Description
Part No.
500 A
BOC10107
Description
Part No.
16 mm2 × 150m
25 mm2 × 150m
35 mm2 × 100m
50 mm2 × 100m
70 mm2 × 50m
95 mm2 × 50m
7901220 d
7901221 d
7901222 d
7901223 d
7901224 d
7901225 d
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BOC Chipping Hammer
• Shock resistant
Part No.
BOC10251
BOC Hand Wire Brush
• High quality construction
Description
Part No.
4 row straight – mild steel
4 row straight – stainless steel
BOC10257
BOC10258
Magnetic Earth / Ground
Clamp
BOC
MIG Welding Pliers 200 mm
• Multi purpose
• Trims MIG wire
• Holds tips and nozzles
• Removes weld spatter
Part No.
Provides strong, positive electrical connection
to job. Replaces conventional earth clamps in
any duty and especially useful in situations
where conventional clamps are not suitable
(e.g. inside tanks and vessels etc). Lever
handle assists removal from job. Clean copper
stud contact site to ensure good earthing.
• Current capacity up to 800 A
• Clamping force approximately 40 kg on
6 mm steel
BOCMIGPLIER
Part No.
STMEC800
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Metal Treatment Chemicals
BOC Weld-Guard™
Prevents weld spatter from adhering to metal
surfaces and welding components during the
welding process. Ideal for steels, aluminium
and alloys. Non-flammable, paintable formula
produces uniform spray without bubbles.
Description
Heavy-Duty Anti-Spatter Spray
Part No.
500 ml Aerosol*
1477/500
750 ml Trigger Pack
5 L Refill Bottle
20 L Square Refill Container
Empty 500 ml Trigger Pack
200L Container
1407/28
1407/42 m
1407/51
1407/500
1407/64 d
2.5 (kg)
1137/78
400 g Nozzle Dip Gel
1467/400
Anti-Spatter (Water Based) Spray
Stainless Steel Passivating Gel
Anti-Spatter (Water Based) Gel
BOC Weld-Guard™
Stainless Steel Pickling Gel
Weld-Guard™ Pickling Gel is an Australian
made product used to remove the heat tint
discoloration and black weld scale left
following the welding of stainless steel. Effective
for use after MIG, TIG or Stick Electrode
welding. Pickling provides superior corrosion
protection to grinding or sandblasting.
• Strong formula
• Advanced technology ASTM a380 compliant
formulation
• Superior packaging and customer information
• Extensive range
• Faster, more effective pickling to improve
fabrication efficiency
• Superior gel adhesion allows use on vertical
and overhead surfaces – will not run over
surface, even in hot weather
• Free acid resistant application brush
aids correct use during fabrication and worker
safety
Silver Zinc Guard
A fast drying, high solids, and high
performance epoxy zinc-rich coating designed
to protect steel against corrosion and at the
same time impart a silver appearance to the
overall finish.
Ideal for touching up and hiding welded joints
on metal structures.
Suitable on all types of ferrous (mild and
heavy gauge steel) substrates.
• - Zinc purity is 98%
• - 65% Zinc content in Dry Film
• - Complies to ASTM A780/780M
• - 2-in-1 Protect and match in one easy step Part No.
1481/400
Specifications
Weld-Guard™ Pickling Gel contains 50 g/L
hydrofluoric acid and 300 g/L nitric acid –
refer to Technical Data and Material Safety
Data Sheet (SDS).
Description
Part No.
Pickling Gel 1 kg*
Pickling Gel 2.5 kg*
1107/30 m
1107/78
IMPORTANT NOTE – These * items are classified as HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, DANGEROUS GOODS according to the
Criteria of NOHSC and the ADG Code. Please refer to SDS and Technical Data Sheet before use.
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Plasma Cutting and Plasma Torches
18 Month
Smoothcut Plasma 100
• Medium to heavy industrial use
• Three phase plasma cutter
• Delivers quality smooth cut of up to 30 mm
mild steel
• Double insulated torch trigger prevent
accidental start up
• Compressor required
• Generator 18 kVa
Package consists of:
• Power source
• Plasma torch
• Work return lead and clamp
• Air pressure regulator
• Air hose and connectors
• Operating manual
Part no.
18 Month
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
CONDITIONAL
WARRANTY
Smoothcut Plasma 40
• Light and DIY industrial use
• Portable and lightweight
• Quality cutting of mild steel up to 9 mm
• Compressor required
• Generator 11 kVa
Package consists of;
• Power source
• BOC Plasma 40 torch
• Work return lead
• Air pressure regulator
• Air hose and connectors
• Operating manual
Part no.
CUT40C
CUT100B
Items Included
Items Sold Separately
Extended cutting
consumables
Diffuser
Electrode
Electrode
Gas Distributor
Extended Electrode
Swirl Ring
Cutting Tip
Extended Swirl Ring
Cutting Tip
Extended Cutting Tip
Shield cup
Retaining cap
Double
Point
Spacer
Extended Retaining Cap
Extended Spacer
Spacer Spring
Locking Nut
Trafimet A141 6M Torch
Part no.
PA1504 p
BOC Plasma Torches
Description
Part No.
BOC Plasma 40 Torch
BOC40/706HTC m
BOC Plasma 25 Torch
BOC25/706HT d
BOC Smoothcut Pro Plasma
BOC80/706H m
Torch 80A 6M
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Plasma Torches and Wear Parts
Comes with torch
Optional - purchased separately
Not to be used
Items
Standard Cutting
Shield Cup
Cutting Tip
Electrode
Distributor
O-Ring
Diffuser
Diffuser
Electrode
Swirl Ring
Cutting Tip 1.1 0-50A
Cutting Tip 1.4 50-80A
Cutting Tip 1.7 80-120A
Cutting Tip 1.9 120-140A
Gouging Tip 3.0
Retaining Cap
Retaining Cap
Spacer Spring
Double Point Spacer
Extended Cutting
Extended Electrode
Extended Swirl Ring
Extended Cutting Tip 1.1 0-50A
Extended Cutting Tip 1.4 50-80A
Extended Cutting Tip 1.7 80-120A
Extended Cutting Tip 1.9 120-140A
Extended Retaining Cap
Extended Retaining Cap
Extended Spacer
Locking Nut
Accessories
Swirl Ring Extractor
Electrode Wrench
Complete Cutting Guide
Roller Guide
Replacement Torch
BOC PLASMA 40 TORCH
BOC PLASMA 25 TORCH
Trafimet A141 6M Torch
Trafimet A101 6M Torch
Part No.
BOC9/6003
BOC9/6500
BOC9/6506
BOC9/6507
BOC100/0100 m
BOC100/0302 m
BOC100/0303 m
BOC100/0400
BOC100/0500
BOC100/0600
BOC100/0601
BOC100/0602
BOC100/0603
BOC100/0608
BOC100/0703 d
BOC100/0700
BOC100/0901
BOC100/0807 m
BOC100/0402 m
BOC100/0501 m
BOC100/0604
BOC100/0605
BOC100/0606
BOC100/0607
BOC100/0704 d
BOC100/0701 m
BOC100/0803 m
BOC100/0906 m
BOC100/1000 m
BOC100/1001 m
BOC-CP2061 m
BOC-TJ1511 m
BOC40/706HTC m
BOC25/706HT d
PA1504 p
Not available separately
Smoothcut
Plasma 100
CUT100
Smoothcut
Plasma 100B
CUT100B
Smoothcut
Plasma 40
CUT40C
MagMate®
Cut 25
MAGCUT25
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Consumables
Important Safety Information
 WARNING
Protect yourself and others. Read and understand
this information. Electric shock can kill.
Welding can give rise to electric shock, excessive
noise, eye and skin burns due to the arc rays, and a
potential health hazard if you breathe in the emitted
fumes and gases.
Over exposure to the fumes and gases can give rise
to dryness of the nose, throat and eyes, respiratory
irritation and in some cases, longer term health effects
such as lung deposits.
Alert Symbols - Type of Hazard
Electrical Hazard
Hazard Avoidance Symbols Precautionary Measure
Fire Hazard
Hazard Source Symbols
Become trained
Wear dry, insulated gloves
Read all the manufacturer’s instructions to achieve
the correct welding conditions and ask your
employer for the Safety Data Sheets.
(refer to www.boc.com.au or www.boc.co.nz).
For eye protection and body protection, always wear a
welding visor with the correct filter lens, and suitable
welding gloves and clothing to prevent injury from
burns, radiation, sparks, molten metal and electric
shock. Wear ear protection when required.
Adequate ventilation to prevent an accumulation of
fumes and gases should be used. Where fume levels
cannot be controlled below the recognised exposure
limits, use local exhaust to reduce fumes and gases. In
confined spaces without adequate ventilation, an air
fed breathing system should be used; and outdoors a
respirator may be required. Precautions for working in
confined spaces should be observed. Refer to AS/NZS
2865 ‘Safe working in a confined space’.
Welding electrode
causing electric shock
Fumes and gases coming
from any source
Insulate yourself from
work and ground
Keep head out of fumes
Fumes and gases coming
from welding process
Explosion from
pressurised gas cylinders
Use forced ventilation or
local exhaust to remove
fumes
Wear complete body
protection
Hot work pieces from
welding and cutting; hot
mufflers; hot exhaust pipes
Loud noise from engine,
machinery and arc
Use welding helmet with
correct shade of filter
Flying particles from
chipping and grinding
Welding arc rays
Keep your head out of the fume.
Arc rays and fume can affect others in your workplace.
Comply with your employer’s safety practices and
procedures; protect others.
Refer to WTIA Technical Note 7 ‘Health and Safety in
Welding’.
Adherence to recognised occupational exposure
standards (such as the threshold limit values (TLVs)) for
all fume constituents should be observed during use.
See the Safety Data Sheets for details.
Colour Code Explanation
These colour bands appear on BOC consumable packages as an easy reference for indentifying material groups.
Hardfacing
RED
Mild Steel
CYAN BLUE
Stainless Steel
LIME
Low Alloy and
Silver Brazing Alloy
PINK
Gouge
MINT
Nickel (Cast FE)
YELLOW
Aluminium
PURPLE
Low Hydrogen
GREEN
Copper
BROWN
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Fundamentals of Manual Metal Arc
(MMA) Welding
MMA is particularly suited to site and external welding applications
such as the repair of agricultural equipment.
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Welding Technique
Successful MMA welding depends on the following factors:
1 Selection of the correct electrode
2 Selection of the correct size of the electrode for the job
3 Correct welding current
4 Correct arc length
5 Correct angle of electrode to work
6 Correct travel speed
Electrode Selection
As a general rule, the selection of an electrode is straight forward, in
that it is only a matter of selecting an electrode of similar composition
to the parent metal. However, for some metals there is a choice of
several electrodes, each of which has particular properties to suit
specific classes of work. Often, one electrode in the group will be
more suitable for general applications due to its all round qualities.
The table below shows just a few of the wide range of electrodes
available from BOC, with their typical areas of application. For
example, the average welder will carry out most fabrication using
mild steel and for this material has a choice of various standard BOC
electrodes, each of which will have qualities suited to particular tasks.
For general mild steel work, however, BOC Smootharc 13 electrodes
will handle virtually all applications. BOC Smootharc 13 is suitable
for welding mild steel in all positions using AC or DC power sources.
Its easy striking characteristics and the tolerance it has for work
where fit-up and plate surfaces are not considered good, make it
the most attractive electrode of its class. Continuous development
and improvement of BOC Smootharc 13 have provided in-built
operating qualities, which appeal to the beginner and experienced
operator alike.
7 Correct preparation of work to be welded.
Electrode Size
Applications
The size of the electrode generally depends on the thickness of the
section being welded, and the thicker the section the larger the
electrode required. In the case of light sheet, the electrode size used
is generally slightly larger than the work being welded. This means
that, if 2.0 mm sheet is being welded, 2.5 mm diameter electrode is
the recommended size.
The MMA process can be used to weld:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Most steels
Stainless steels
Cast irons
Nickel alloys
Copper alloys
Aluminium alloys
The following table gives the maximum size of electrodes that may be
used for various thicknesses of section.
Electrodes and Typical Applications
Name
AWS Class.
BOC Smootharc 13
E6013
BOC Smootharc 24
E7024
BOC Smootharc 18
BOC Smootharc S 308L
E7018-1
E308L
BOC Smootharc S 316L
E316L
BOC Smootharc S 309L
E309L
Application
A premium quality electrode for general structural and sheet metal work
in all positions including vertical down using low carbon steels
An iron powder electrode for high speed welding for H-V fillets and flat butt
joints. Medium to heavy structural applications in low carbon steels
A premium quality all positional hydrogen controlled electrode for carbon
steels in pressure vessel applications and where high integrity welding
is required and for free-machining steels containing sulphur
Rutile basic coated low carbon electrodes for welding austenitic
stainless steel and difficult to weld material
Rutile basic coated low carbon electrode for welding mild steel
to stainless steel and difficult to weld material
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Recommended Electrode Sizes
Average Thickness of Plate
or Section
Max. Recommended
Electrode Dia.
≤1.5 mm
2.0 mm
2.0–5.0 mm
3.15 mm
1.5–2.0 mm
5.0–8.0 mm
≤8.0 mm
2.5 mm
4.0 mm
5.0 mm
Welding Current
Correct current selection for a particular job is an important factor
in arc welding. With the current set too low, difficulty is experienced
in striking and maintaining a stable arc. The electrode tends to stick
to the work, penetration is poor and beads with a distinct rounded
profile will be deposited.
Excessive current is accompanied by overheating of the electrode.
It will cause undercut and burning through of the material, and will
give excessive spatter. Normal current for a particular job may be
considered as the maximum, which can be used without burning
through the work, over-heating the electrode or producing a rough
spattered surface (i.e. the current in the middle of the range specified
on the electrode package is considered to be the optimum).
In the case, of welding machines with separate terminals for different
size electrodes, ensure that the welding lead is connected to the
correct terminal for the size electrode being used. When using
machines with adjustable current, set on the current range specified.
The limits of this range should not normally be exceeded. The
following table shows the current ranges generally recommended for
BOC Smootharc 13.
Generally Recommended Current Range for BOC Smootharc 13
For downhand welding, an arc length not greater than the diameter
of the core wire will be most satisfactory. Overhead welding requires
a very short arc, so that a minimum of metal will be lost. Certain BOC
electrodes have been specially designed for ‘touch’ welding. These
electrodes may be dragged along the work and a perfectly sound
weld is produced.
Electrode Angle
The angle that the electrode makes with the work is important to
ensure a smooth, even transfer of metal. The recommended angles for
use in the various welding positions are covered later.
Correct Travel Speed
The electrode should be moved along in the direction of the joint
being welded at a speed that will give the size of run required. At
the same time, the electrode is fed downwards to keep the correct
arc length at all times. As a guide for general applications, the table
below gives recommended run lengths for the downhand position.
Correct travel speed for normal welding applications varies between
approximately 100 and 300 mm per minute, depending on electrode
size, size of run required and the amperage used. Excessive travel
speeds lead to poor fusion, lack of penetration etc, while too slow a
rate of travel will frequently lead to arc instability, slag inclusions and
poor mechanical properties.
Run Length per Electrode – BOC Smootharc 13
Electrode Size
(mm)
Electrode Length
(mm)
Run Length (mm)
Min. to Max.
4.0
350
175 to 300
2.5
350
100 to 225
3.2
350
125 to 225
Size of Electrode (mm)
Current Range (Amp)
Correct Work
2.5
60–95
4.0
140–165
Preparation The method of preparation of components to be welded
will depend on equipment available and relative costs. Methods may
include sawing, punching, shearing, machining, flame cutting and
others. In all cases edges should be prepared for the joints that suit
the application. The following section describes the various joint types
and areas of application.
3.2
110–130
Arc Length
To strike the arc, the electrode should be gently scraped on the work
until the arc is established. There is a simple rule for the proper arc
length; it should be the shortest arc that gives a good surface to the
weld. An arc too long reduces penetration, produces spatter and gives
a rough surface finish to the weld. An excessively short arc will cause
sticking of the electrode and rough deposits that are associated with
slag inclusions.
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Fundamentals of Metal Inert Gas
(MIG) Welding
Common Materials Welded with BOC MIG Wire
Torch
Torch trigger
Shroud
Gas diffuser
Contact tip
Welding wire
Shielding
Weld
Droplets
Weld pool
Welding Technique
Successful welding depends on the following factors:
1 Selection of correct consumables
2 Selection of the correct power source
3 Selection of the correct shielding gas
4
Selection of the correct application techniques:
a Correct angle of electrode to work
b Correct electrical stick-out
c Correct travel speed
5 Selection of the welding preparation.
Selection of correct consumables
Chemical composition
As a general rule, the selection of a wire is straightforward, in that
it is only a matter of selecting an electrode of similar composition to
the parent material. However, there are certain applications for which
electrodes will be selected on the basis of mechanical properties or
the level of residual hydrogen in the weldmetal. Solid MIG wires are all
considered to be of the ‘low hydrogen type’ consumables.
The following table gives a general overview of some of the BOC
range of MIG wires for the most common materials. More detailed
selection charts for specific materials can be found in the appropriate
materials sections.
Welding Consumables Selection
Material
Stainless steel
Mild, carbon and low alloy steels
Aluminium
Quench and tempered steels
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Material
Mild Steel
AS2074 C1, C2, C3, C4-1,
C4-2, C5, C6
AS/NZS 3678-9 250, 300, 350, 400
AS1548-430, 460, 490
ASTM A36, A106
Stainless Steel
Grade 304
Stainless to Carbon-Mn steels
Grade 309L
Aluminium
1080
6061, 3004
5005
BOC MIG Wire
BOC Mild Steel MIG Wire
BOC Mild Steel MIG Wire
BOC Mild Steel MIG Wire
BOC Mild Steel MIG Wire
BOC Mild Steel MIG Wire
BOC Stainless Steel 308LSi
BOC Stainless Steel 309L
BOC Aluminium MIG 1080
BOC Aluminium MIG 4043
BOC Aluminium MIG 5356
Physical condition
Surface condition
The welding wire must be free from any surface contamination,
including mechanical damage such as scratch marks. A simple test for
checking the surface condition is to run the wire through a cloth that
has been dampened with acetone for 20sec. If a black residue is found
on the cloth, the surface of the wire is not properly cleaned.
Cast and Helix
The cast and helix of the wire has a major influence on the feedability
of MIG wire.
Cast and Helix
Cast
Helix
Cast – Diameter of the circle
Helix – Vertical height
If the cast is too small, the wire will dip down from the tip. The result
of this is excessive tip wear and increased wear in the liners. If the
helix is too large, the wire will leave the tip with a corkscrew effect
and cause feeding problems.
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Selection of the Correct Power Source
Correct Application Techniques
Power sources for MIG/MAG welding is selected on a number of
different criteria, including:
Direction of welding
1 Maximum output of the machine
MIG welding with solid wires
takes place normally with a
push technique. The welding
gun is tilted at an angle of
10° towards the direction of
welding (push technique).
2 Duty cycle
3 Output control (voltage selection, wire feed speed control)
4 Portability
The following table gives an indication of the operating amperage for
different size wires
Wire Size
Amperage Range (A)
0.8 mm
0.9 mm
1.0 mm
1.2 mm
60–180
70–250
90–280
120–340
Selection of the Correct Shielding Gas
The selection of the shielding gas has a direct influence on the
appearance and quality of the weldbead. The type and thickness of
the material to be welded will determine the type of shielding gas
that is selected. As a general rule, the thicker the material (C-Mn
and Alloy Steels), the higher the percentage of CO2 in the shielding
gas mixture.
Different grades of shielding are required for materials such as
stainless steel, aluminium and copper. The following table gives
an indication of the most common shielding gases used for carbon
manganese and alloy steels:
Material thickness
Recommended shielding gas
1–8 mm
5–12 mm
>12 mm
Argoshield Light
Argoshield Universal
Argoshield Heavy
10°
The influence of changing the
torch angle and the welding
direction on the weld bead
profile can be seen below.
Torch perpendicular to
workpiece narrow bead width
with increased reinforcement.
10°
Torch positioned at a drag
angle of 10° narrow bead with
excessive reinforcement.
Torch position for butt welds
When welding butt welds the
torch should be positioned
within the centre of the
groove and tilted at an
angle of ±15° from the
vertical plane. Welding is
still performed in the push
technique.
0–15°
90°
90°
Torch position for fillet welds
When welding fillet welds the
torch should be positioned
at an angle of 45° from the
bottom plate with the wire
pointing into the fillet corner.
Welding is still performed in
the push technique.
0–15°
45°
45°
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Fundamentals of Flux and Metal Cored
Arc Welding
Physical condition
Surface condition
Welding Technique
Successful flux and metal cored arc welding depends on the
following factors:
1 Selection of correct consumables
2 Selection of the correct power source
3 Selection of the correct shielding gas
4 Selection of the correct application techniques:
a Correct angle of electrode to work
b Correct electrical stick-out c Correct travel speed
5 Selection of the welding preparation.
Selection of correct consumables
Chemical composition As a general rule, the selection of a wire is
straightforward, in that it is only a matter of selecting an electrode
of similar composition to the parent material. However, there are
certain applications for which electrodes will be selected on the basis
of mechanical properties or the level of residual hydrogen in the
weldmetal. The classification system for flux cored wires will provide
an indication of the residual hydrogen level that can be expected in
the weldmetal.
The following table gives a general overview of some of the BOC
range of flux and metal cored wires for the most common materials.
More detailed selection charts for specific materials can be found in
the appropriate materials sections.
Welding Consumables Selection
Material
Carbon and Alloy steel castings
Quench and tempered steels
Mild, carbon and low alloy steels
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Common Materials Welded with BOC MIG Wire
Material
BOC MIG Wire
Mild Steel
AS2074 C1, C2, C3, C4-1, C4‑2, C5, C6 BOC SmoothCor 711, SmoothCor
70C6, SmoothCor 715
AS/NZS 3678-9 250, 300, 350, 400 BOC SmoothCor 711, SmoothCor
70C6, SmoothCor 715
AS1548-430, 460, 490
BOC SmoothCor 711, SmoothCor
70C6, SmoothCor 715
ASTM A36, A106, EN8, 8A
BOC SmoothCor 711, SmoothCor
70C6, SmoothCor 715
High Strengthen Mild Steel
BS970 EN 43A, AS3597-500
BOC SmoothCor 811K2,
BOC SmoothCor Ni1H4
BS970 EN24, AS3597-700
BOC SmoothCor 115
Stainless Steel
Grade 304
Cigweld Shieldchrome 308LT
Stainless to mild steel
Cigweld Shieldchrome 309LT
Grade 316
Cigweld Shieldchrome 316LT
BOC flux and metal cored wires are supplied as an in line baked
product and therefore have a typical dark surface appearance.
The wire must, however, be free from any surface contamination,
including surface rust. Most flux and metal cored wires have a thin
film of graphite on the surface of the wire to assist with feedability.
BOC SmoothCor wires are supplied in tough vacuum packs to ensure
performance as manufactured.
Cast and Helix
The AWS standard for flux cored wires do not specify a cast or helix,
other than to stipulate that it should be of such a nature that the wire
can be fed uninterrupted.
Selection of the Correct Power Source
Power sources for flux and metal cored welding are selected on a
number of different criteria, including:
1 Maximum output of the machine
2 Duty cycle
3 Output control (voltage selection,wire feed speed control)
4 Portability
The following table gives an indication of the operating amperage for
different size wires.
Current Ranges for FCAW and MCAW
Wire Size (mm)
FCAW
1.2
1.2
1.6
1.6
MCAW
1.2
1.6
Direction
Amperage Range (A)
Horizontal
Vertical-up
Horizontal
Vertical-up
200–300
150–250
300–400
180–250
Horizontal
Horizontal
150–350
300–500
Selection of the Correct Shielding Gas
The selection of the shielding gas has a direct influence on the
appearance and quality of the weldbead.
Flux cored wires are manufactured to be welded with either 100%
CO2 or an Argon / CO2 gas mixture. Mostly, these mixtures will contain
25% CO2, as is the case with BOC Argoshield 52.
Correct Application Techniques
Direction of travel
Flux cored welding is normally performed using a ‘drag’ technique.
The welding gun is tilted to a 50–60° backhand angle. If, however,
a flatter bead profile is required the backhand angle can be reduced.
Metal cored wire, because of it’s similarity to solid wires (no slag
formers added to the core mainly metallic powders), are normally
welded with the ‘push’ technique
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Gouging
The arc air gouging process uses the heat generated by an arc struck
between the electrode and the workpiece to melt metal, plus a
high velocity jet of air to force the melted metal away. Conventional
welding power sources are suitable for the process. Electrode holders
are designed to provide both the current and the air jet.
The electrodes used are made of carbon covered by a layer of copper.
The supply of air is generally provided from a shop compressor.
The main feature of the process is a forceful, piercing arc capable of
making deep grooves and cuts.
The process may be used for cutting and removing weld metal in a
wide range of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, although its main use is
for cutting carbon and alloy steels.
The main safety issues with the process are electrical concerns, high
levels of noise, the ejection of hot metal, and fume generation.
Welding Position Abbreviations
Symbol
Abbreviation Description
AS/AWS
Symbol
European
Symbol
F
Flat
1G
PA
H/V-FILLET
HorizontalVertical Fillet
2F
PB
H
Horizontal
2G
PC
V-UP
Vertical-Up
3G/F
PF
V-DOWN
Vertical-Down 3G/F
PG
OH
Overhead
PE/D
4G/I
Type of
Weld
Fundamental Welding Position*
Flat
Horizontal
Vertical
Overhead
1G, PA
2G, PC
3G, PF/PG
4G, PE
1F, PA
2F, PB
3F, PF/PG
4F, PD
1G, PA
2G, PC
3G, PC
4G, PE
1F, PA
2F, PC
3F, PC
4F, PD
Butt
Plate
Fillet
Butt
Pipe
Fillet
Indicates work piece rotating
*Notes
1 The direction of making a weld is not pertinent to a functional welding position.
2 Electrode angle shown is nominal and may be varied in practice.
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Fundamentals of GTAW (TIG) Welding
DC Electrode Positive (DCEP)
In this mode the tungsten electrode is the positive pole in the welding
circuit, the workpiece being the negative pole.
Collet
Shielding gas
Tungsten Electrode
TIG filler rod
Workpiece
The addition of filler is optional
Only inert or reducing gases can be used as the shielding gas
TIG welding is a high quality, versatile and commonly-used process
TIG is suitable for welding ferrous and non-ferrous materials
The TIG process can be run on DC-, DC+, or AC
The TIG process is capable of producing very high quality welds in a
wide range of materials and in thicknesses up to about 8 or 10 mm. It is
particularly suited to welding of sheet material and for putting in the root
run of pipe butt welds.
The process tends to be very clean, producing little particulate fume,
although it is capable of generating ozone in appreciable amounts and is
not regarded as a high-productivity process.
Operation
Direct or alternating current power sources with constant current output
characteristics are normally employed to supply the welding current.
For DC operation, the tungsten may be connected to either output
terminal, but is most often connected to the negative pole. The output
characteristics of the power source can have an effect on the quality of
the welds produced. Shielding gas is directed into the arc area by the
welding torch, and a gas lens within the torch distributes the shielding
gas evenly over the weld area. In the torch, the welding current is
transferred to the tungsten electrode from the copper conductor. The arc
is then initiated by one of several methods between the tungsten and the
workpiece.
Operating Modes
DC Electrode Negative (DCEN)
Process Variants
Application
The Gas Tungsten Arc Welding – commonly referred to as Tungsten Inert
Gas (TIG) – process uses the heat generated by an electric arc struck
between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and the workpiece to
fuse metal in the joint area and produce a molten weld pool. The arc
area is shrouded in an inert or reducing gas shield to protect the weld
pool and the non-consumable electrode. The process may be operated
autogenously (without filler), or filler may be added by feeding a
consumable wire or rod into the established weld pool.
•
•
•
•
•
In this mode the polarity of the tungsten electrode and the workpiece
alternate between negative and positive at the frequency of the applied
welding current.
There are three main variations
of the TIG process designed to
improve productivity:
Arc
Weld pool
Alternating Current (AC)
In this mode the tungsten electrode is the negative pole in the welding
circuit, the workpiece being the positive pole.
•
•
•
•
Orbital TIG
Hot-wire TIG
Narrow-gap TIG
Cold-wire TIG
The TIG process is very versatile and may be used to weld any metal or
alloy system over a wide range of thicknesses, but is usually restricted to
10mm and under for economic reasons. It is particularly suited to welding
sheet materials and for the root run in pipe butt welds.
DCEN is the most common mode of operation and is widely used for
welding all carbon, alloy and stainless steels, as well as nickel and
titanium alloys. Copper alloys, with the exception of those containing
aluminium in significant amounts, can also be welded with this polarity.
DCEP is used for aluminium alloys when welding, with pure helium as
the shielding gas, since this polarity has a strong cathodic cleaning effect
capable of removing the tenacious aluminium oxide film from the surface.
It may also be used for TIG welding magnesium alloys.
AC polarity is used most commonly when welding aluminium and its
alloys with pure argon or argon-helium mixtures to take advantage of the
combination of the cyclic heating and cleaning action. It is also suitable
for welding magnesium alloys and aluminium bronze.
Hot-wire TIG is used predominantly for steel and nickel alloys where the
electrical resistance of the wire can be used to increase productivity.
Applications
• High quality fabrications in stainless steel
• Aluminium, copper and nickel alloys
• Welding reactive and refractory metals such as titanium, tantalum and
zirconium
The process is used extensively in the nuclear and aerospace industries
and in the construction and maintenance of chemical and cryogenic
process plant and pipework. It is also used for fabrication of tube heatexchangers in petrochemical and power-generation plant, and for brewing
and food-processing vessels.
Orbital TIG welding is used in the nuclear, pharmaceutical, semi-conductor
and food industries for the installation of pipework – especially where
high quality standards are required.
Specialist equipment for tube and tube-plate welding for heat exchangers
has been developed. These systems may operate from the outside or
inside, depending on tube diameter and the size of the welding head.
TIG Welding Equipment
The equipment used for TIG welding consists of:
• Power source
• Welding torch
• Gas supply system
• Tungsten electrode
• Leads and connectors
• Arc and re-ignition system
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Fundamentals of Gas Welding and Brazing
Nozzle
Primary flame
(Inner core)
Secondary flame
(Outer core)
Welding Technique
Successful welding depends on the following factors:
1 Selection of the correct consumables
2 Selection of the correct flame setting
3 Selection of the correct application techniques
a Correct angle of rod to work
b Correct travel speed
4 Selection of the welding preparation
Silver Brazing
Choice of Filler Metal
An alloy is normally selected for its melting and flow characteristics.
The easiest to use filler materials are the high silver, free flowing
alloys, because of their low melting temperatures and narrow melting
ranges. The higher the brazing temperature and the wider the melting
range of the alloy, the more difficult the brazing operation will be.
Pre-Cleaning
It is important that the mating surfaces of the components to be
brazed are fee from oil, grease and any surface oxide layer prior to
joining. Most engineering components require nothing more than
degreasing before assembly.
Oxide removal can be accomplished either chemically or mechanically.
Mechanical removal is preferable, because the surface is roughened
and excellent bonding is obtained. A medium emery cloth provides
about the right amount of surface roughness. Oil and grease removal
is best carried out by using a solvent degreasing agent, but hot, soapy
water is better than nothing at all.
Fluxing
The choice of the correct flux is just as important as the choice of filler
material. There are three desirable properties of a flux:
1 T he flux must melt and become active below the melting point of
the brazing alloy. Borax or borax based fluxes are not sufficiently
molten at the low temperatures at which silver brazing alloys are
used. A low temperature fluoride based flux such as Easyflo needs
to be employed.
2 T he flux must be capable of removing the oxides found on the
parent materials. Easyflo flux will remove the oxides found on
most common engineering materials such as mild steel, brass and
copper. Special fluxes may be required on certain types of highly
alloyed steel and tungsten carbide tool tips. It is also necessary to
use a specially formulated flux on aluminium bronze or aluminium
brasses containing more than 2% aluminium.
3 T he flux must remain active at the brazing temperature for long
enough to allow the brazing operation to be carried out. Fluxes
are chemical compounds which dissolve oxides formed in heating.
Like most chemical compounds, a flux eventually reaches the point
where it is saturated and becomes unable to dissolve any more
oxide. If the flux residues appear blackened and glassy, the flux has
most likely been exhausted during heating, and a flux with higher
time/temperature stability should be used.
For most engineering requirements, there are two fluxes that will take
care of most needs. These are Easyflo flux paste and Tenacity No. 4A
flux paste.
Easyflo Flux
This is the accepted general-purpose flux for use with all low
temperature silver brazing alloys that have brazing temperatures not
exceeding 800°C. It will successfully flux all the common engineering
materials, and its residues are soluble in hot water. Where difficulty is
encountered when removing residues, immersion in 10% caustic soda
is suggested.
Tenacity No. 4A
This is a higher temperature flux, suitable for use with alloys with
brazing temperatures not exceeding 900°C or where long heating
times are involved. In common with Easyflo flux, it will deal with all
common engineering materials and may be used on stainless steels.
Tenacity No. 4A residues cannot be removed in hot water, and are best
removed mechanically or by the use of 10% sulphuric acid.
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Flux Application
The best way to apply a flux is to paint it onto the joint as a paste
before assembly. It is common to see operators heating the rod end
and dipping it into the flux, and then applying both to the joint. This
‘hot rodding’ technique has the disadvantages that the flux does not
protect the joint during the heating cycle and that the limited amount
of flux applied does not allow alloy penetration into the capillary gap.
If a flux powder is used, it should be mixed to a double cream
consistency with water and a few drops of detergent. It should also
be applied to the joint by means of a paint brush. Too much flux will
rarely result in a bad joint, but too little flux will invariably give joints
of poor quality.
Heating the Joint and Applying the Alloy
When heating a joint for brazing, it is essential that it is slowly and
evenly heated to the brazing temperature.
The type and size of flame used will depend on the parent materials
and the mass of the components. Oxy/Acetylene, Air/Acetylene and
Air/Propane or MAPP are commonly used, but care should be taken
with the first due to the high flame intensity, which may melt the
parent materials.
If the mass of metal is very large, more than one torch should be
used to raise the components to temperature before the flux becomes
exhausted.
As a temperature guide, either the colour of the metals or the
condition of the flux may be used. The flux on a joint that has reached
the correct temperature for brazing should be clear, fluid and flow over
the joint area like water.
When the brazing temperature is reached, the filler metal is applied
by touching the joint gap with the rod and applying some indirect
or splash heat from the torch to the parent material. The molten
filler metal will follow the heat from the flame as it is directed along
the joint. The brazing alloy should be applied according to its flow
characteristics; an alloy with free flowing characteristics such as
ProSilver 56T should be touched at one point on the joint, from where
it will flow into and around the joint by capillary action. A less-free
flowing alloy, such as ProSilver 39T, should be applied along or around
the entire joint, building up a fillet of alloy.
If phosphorus bearing filler rods are used, such as ProSilver 5, the
colour of the metal should be a dull cherry red before the rod is
applied to the joint gap.
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Once brazing has been completed the heating should be discontinued,
as excess heating may cause metallurgical problems with the
parent materials and porosity in the filler materials. When the alloy
has solidified, the joint can be quenched in water to help remove
flux residues.
Quenching should only be carried out when it will not damage
the properties of the parent metals, or cause cracking because of
stresses caused by the thermal shock (e.g. in the case of tungsten
carbide pieces).
Removal of Flux Residues
The method of residue removal depends on the type of flux that has
been used. Easyflo flux residues can be quite simply removed by
soaking in hot water, provided they are not in a burnt and blackened
condition. Complete flux residue removal is usually possible within
10–15 minutes of soaking in water with a temperature of 60°C or
above. After soaking, the joints should be scrubbed under running
water to ensure complete cleanliness. Tenacity No.4A flux residues are
not water soluble and are best removed by some mechanical means
(e.g. shot blasting). Acid pickling is not effective in removing flux
unless the residues are in a burnt and blackened condition. If pickling
is necessary, it should be carried out after the flux residue removal
operation.
Health and Safety
Brazing alloys and fluxes contain elements which, if overheated,
produce fumes that may be harmful or dangerous to health. Brazing
should be carried out in a well ventilated area with operators
positioned so that any fume generated will not be inhaled. Adequate
ventilation to prevent an accumulation of fumes and gases should be
used. Where fume levels cannot be controlled below the recognised
exposure limits, use a local exhaust to reduce fumes and gases. In
confined spaces without adequate ventilation, an air-fed breathing
system should be used. When outdoors, a respirator may be required.
Precautions for working in confined spaces should be observed.
Apart from fume hazards, flux can be irritating to the skin and
prolonged contact should be avoided.
Before use, read all the manufacturer’s instructions and refer to the
warning labels on the packaging. And ask your employer for the
Materials Safety Data Sheet. You can obtain the MSDS by referring
to our website at www.boc.com.au or www.boc.co.nz or by calling
131 262 in Australia or 0800 111 333 in New Zealand.
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Joint Design
The best brazed joints are those which have a capillary joint gap into
which the molten filler metal can flow. A comparison of the different
joint designs used in welding and brazing is shown here.
The most common type of joint used for brazing is the lap joint, or the
sleeve joint in the case of tubular components. To design a good lap
joint, two criteria should be considered:
1 The joint gap
2 The degree of overlap
It is these two parameters that determine the ultimate joint strength,
rather than the properties of the filler metal.
A correctly designed brazed joint will often be stronger than the
parent materials from which it is constructed.
The best degree of overlap for a brazed joint is 3–4 t where t is the
thickness of the thinnest parent metal part that makes up the joint.
The general rule for tubular parts is that the overlap should be one
pipe diameter for sizes up to 25 mm diameter tube.
The most suitable joint gap depends mainly on the flow characteristics
of the filler metal. The joint gaps for the various alloys listed in the
following section have been indicated. The gaps quoted are those
that should be present at the brazing temperature, the cold clearances
being adjusted as necessary to account for any difference in the
expansion properties of the parent materials.
Typical Design
For Welding
For Brazing
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Welding Consumables Selection
Stainless Steels (BOC Smootharc S)
Base Metal
ASTM, AISI,
UNS
201,
202
304,
304L
309,
309S
317,
316
317L,
316L,
316Ti
201,
202
347
308L
347
308L
347
347
318
309MoL 310
347
309MoL
308L
316L
347
347
308L
347
347
309MoL 310
308L
308L
309L
347
318
308L
304,
304L
309,
309S
310,
310S
317,
316
317L,
316L,
316Ti
321,
347
S30815,
(253MA),
904L,
(N08904)
409,
430,
446,
5CR12
410,
420
Duplex,
S31500,
S31803,
S32304
Carbon and
Low Alloy
Steels
310,
310S
347
318
308L
309MoL 309MoL 309MoL 309L
309L
309L
318
316L
310
316
318
309L
310
S30815,
(253MA),
904L,
(N08904)
409,
430,
446,
5CR12
410,
420
Duplex
S31500
S31803
S32304
Carbon and
Low Alloy
Steels
347
347
309MoL
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
309MoL
307
347
308L
347
308L
309MoL
309L
309MoL
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
307
347
Match above 309MoL
309MoL 309MoL
309L
347
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
307
321,
347
316L
318
310
316L
318
310
347
310
Match above 309MoL
309L
309L
310
316L
309MoL
309L
310
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309L
309MoL
310
307
318
316L
316L
318
347
316L
Match above 309MoL
309MoL
309L
316L
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
307
316L
347
316L
Match above 309MoL
309MoL
309L
309L
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
307
347
Match above 309MoL
309MoL
309L
347
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
347
309MoL
309L
307
Matching
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
307
309L
309MoL
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
307
Matching
or
309MoL
309L
Duplex
309MoL
309L
309MoL
309L
307
Matching
Duplex
309MoL
309L
307
Matching
NOTES (1) Consumables listed against a steel may not achieve matching corrosion resistance or mechanical properties., (2) Welding procedure qualification should be carried out prior to
welding in critical applications., (3) Consult your BOC techincal expert or visit BOCs website for more detailed information.
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Mild, carbon and low alloy steels
Steel Type
Grade
Welding Process
Carbon Steels
AS, AISI or
SAE
ASTM or
BS970
MMAW
Electrode
Mild Steel
200
250
300
1006
1010
1015
1016
1020
1022
7-430
7-460
A36
A106
EN3A
EN201
350 to 500 Mpa
Yield Strength
Steels
350
400
450
XF500
7-490
1030
X1033
1035
1040
1045
X1320
8620
A105
A106
EN5
EN5B
EN8A
EN8
EN14A
Medium Tensile
Steels
1050
1055
X1340
EN43A
EN33
EN9
EN15A
BOC Smooth‑Cor 811K2
Smooth-Cor 81Ni1H4
High Tensile Steels U1058
1070
4140
4340
K5140
P20
6F7
EN42
EN19
EN24
EN18D
EN25
EN30B
BOC Smooth‑Cor 115
High Tensile Steels U1058
1070
4140
4340
K5140
P20
6F7
EN42
EN19
EN24
EN18D
EN25
EN30B
BOC Smooth‑Cor 115
Smooth-Cor 81Ni1H4
NA
Spring Steels
XK5155S
XK5160S
XK9258S
9255
XK9261S
EN48
EN45A
BOC Smooth‑Cor 115
Smooth-Cor 81Ni1H4
NR
Free Cutting Steels
1137
X1112
1141
1144
1146
X1147
1214
EN1A
BOC Smootharc 18 NR
NR
NR
Galvanised Steels
–
–
BOC Smootharc 13 BOC Mild Steel
NR
SmoothCor 11
SmoothCor GS
GMAW
Wire
FCAW
Gas Shielded
FCAW
Gasless
BOC Smootharc 13 BOC Mild Steel
BOC Smooth‑Cor 711
BOC Smooth‑Cor 70C6
SmoothCor 11
SmoothCor 8
SmoothCor 4
BOC Mild Steel
TIG Wire
BOC Smootharc 16 BOC Mild Steel
BOC Smootharc 18
BOC Smooth‑Cor 711
BOC Smooth‑Cor 70C6
BOC Smooth‑Cor 715
SmoothCor 11
SmoothCor 8
SmoothCor 4
BOC Mild Steel
TIG Wire
NOTES
(1) Steels listed on one line are not necessarily equivalent.
(2) Consumables listed against a steel may not achieve matching mechanical properties depending on the condition (heat treatment history) of the steel.
(3) Welding procedure qualification should be carried out prior to welding for structural and matching strength applications.
(4) Consult your BOC techincal expert or visit BOCs website for more detailed information.
NR = Not Recommended, NA = Not Available
TIG
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Carbon and Low Alloy Steel Castings
Material Specification
AS2074
ASTM
Welding Process
BS
C1
–
BS3100 AW1
C2
–
C3
A27 N-1
BS3100 AM1,
AM2
BS3100 A1
C4-1
C4-2
C5
C6
C7A-1
C7A-2
C7A-3
L1A
L1B
L2A
L2B
A27 65-35
A27 70-36
–
–
A214 WCA
A214 WCB
A214 WCB
–
L3A
L4A
L5A-1
L5A-2
L5B
L5C
L5D
L5E
L5F
L5G
L5H
L6
L6A-1
L6A-2
L6B-1
L6B-2
L6C
–
–
BS3100 A2
BS3100 A3
BS3100 AW2
BS1504 430
BS1504 480
BS1504 540
BS3100 A4
BS3100 A5, A6
BS3100 BW2,
BW3
BS3100 BW4
BS3100 BL2
–
BS3100 B1
MMAW
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
BOC Smootharc 13
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
GMAW
BOC Mild Steel
FCAW
BOC Smooth‑Cor 711
BOC Smooth‑Cor 70C6
BOC Smooth‑Cor 715
TIG
BOC Mild Steel TIG
Wire
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
A352 LC2
–
A217 WC1
A356 - 2
A217 WC6,
W11
A217 WC9
A356 - 10
–
–
–
–
–
A148 90-60
A148 105-85
BS3100 B4
BS3100 B5
BS3100 B6
–
BS3100 B7
–
BS3100 BT1
BOC Smooth‑Cor 115
BOC Smooth‑Cor 115
A148 115-95
A148 150-135
BS3100 BT2
BS3100 BT3
{BOC Smooth‑Cor 115}
BS3100 B2
SAW
[BOC Smooth‑Cor 811K2]
BOC Smooth‑Cor 811K2
[BOC Smootharc 16]
[BOC Smootharc 18]
BS3100 B3
NOTES (1) Products in [ ] brackets have similar specified minimum tensile strength., (2) Products in { } brackets have under matching specified minimum tensile strength., (3) Products in [
] and { } brackets are not pre-qualified to AS 1988 – 1989. , (4) Welding procedure qualification should be carried out prior to welding for structural and matching strength applications., (5)
Consult your BOC techincal expert or visit BOCs website for more detailed information.
Cast Irons
Type
MMAW
Grey Cast Iron
BOC Smootharc C Cast NiFe
BOC Smootharc C Cast Ni
SG & Nodular Cast Iron
BOC Smootharc C Cast NiFe
BOC Smootharc C Cast Ni
White Cast Iron (Chilled Iron)
Malleable Cast Iron
NR
BOC Smootharc C Cast NiFe
BOC Smootharc C Cast Ni
FCAW
Gas Welding
NR
NR
Gas Brazing
Profill Mang Bronze
Profill Nickel Bronze
Profill Nickel Coat
Profill Mang Bronze
Profill Nickel Bronze
Profill Nickel Coat
NR
Profill Mang Bronze
Profill Nickel Bronze
Profill Nickel Coat
NOTES (1) Use BOC Smootharc C Cast NiFe for joining, build up and crack repairs. , (2) Use BOC Smootharc C Cast Ni for cosmetic repairs., NR = Not Recommended
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Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys
Base
Metal
1060,
1100,
(1050),
3003
5005,
5050
5052
5083
5086
5154,
5354
5454
5456
6005,
6061
7005
356,0
443,0
1060, 1100 (1050) 4043 d,e
1100, b,e
(1050),
3003
4043 d,e
4043 d,e
5356 b,d
5356 b,d
4043 d,e
4043 d,e
5356 b,d
4043 e
5356 b,d
4043 e
3004
4043 d,e
4043 d,e
5356 d
5356 d
5356 a
5356 a
5356 d
4043 d,e
5356 b,e
4043 e
4043
4043
5356
5356
5356
5356
5356
4043
5356
4043 e
3004
4043 d,e
5005,
5050
5052
d,e
d,e
5356 a,b
5083
d
d
a
a
d
d,e
b,d
5356 d
5356 d
5356 a
5356 a
5356 d
5356 a,b
5356 a
4043 a,e
5183
5356
5356
5356
5183
5356
5183
d
5356 b,d
d
5086
d
5356 d
5154,
5254
d
d
d
d
5356 d
5356 d
5356 d
5356 d
5356 d
5356 b,d
5356
5356
5356
5356
5356
4043 a
5454
a
a
5554 b,d
5456
a
a
d
5356 d
5356 a,b
5356 a
4043 a,e
5556 d
5356 d
5556 d
5356 b,d
4043
5356
4043 a,e
6005,
6061,
6063,
6351
7005
a,e
a,b
5356 d
356,0
443,0
4043 a,e
4043 c,e
NOTES (1) The filler metal that is shown for each combination of base metals is that most
commonly used. However, the specific filler metal depends upon usage and type of joint
and, in a number of cases, acceptable alternates is recommended (footnotes a to c). (2)
Filler metals conform to requirements of AWS specification A5.10-80. (3) Exposure to
specific chemicals or a sustained high temperature (over 150°F) may limit the choice of the
metals. Filler alloys 5183, 5356, 5556 and 5654 should not be used in sustained elevatedtemperature service.
a) 5813, 5356, 5554, 5556 and 5654 may be used. In some cases they provide: improved
colour match after anodising treatment, higher weld ductility, higher weld strength. 5554 is
suitable for elevated-temperature service. Castings welded with these filler metals should
not be subjected to post-weld artificial aging. b) 4043 may be used for some applications.
c) filler metal with the same analysis as the base metal is sometimes used. d) 5183, 5356 or
5556 may be used. e) 4047 may be used for some applications.
Quenched and Tempered High Strength Steels and Wear Plate
Material
Specification
MMAW
MS
LS
MS
LS
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
BOC Mild Steel
BOC Smooth-Cor 115
BOC Smooth-Cor 711
BOC Smooth-Cor 715
BOC Smooth-Cor 70C6
BOC Smooth-Cor 81Ni1H4
AS/NZS 3597 Grade 600
(E.g. Bisplate 70,
Welten 70, Weldox 500)
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
BOC Mild Steel
BOC Smooth-Cor 115
BOC Smooth-Cor 81Ni1H4
BOC Smooth-Cor 711
BOC Smooth-Cor 715
BOC Smooth-Cor 70C6
BOC Smooth-Cor 811K2
AS/NZS 3597 Grade 700
(E.g. Bisplate 80, 80PV,
Welten 80, Weldox 700)
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
BOC Mild Steel
BOC Smooth-Cor 115
BOC Smooth-Cor 81Ni1H4
BOC Smooth-Cor 711
BOC Smooth-Cor 715
BOC Smooth-Cor 70C6
BOC Smooth-Cor 811K2
BOC Mild Steel
BOC Smooth-Cor 115
BOC Smooth-Cor 81Ni1H4
BOC Smooth-Cor 711
BOC Smooth-Cor 715
BOC Smooth-Cor 70C6
BOC Smooth-Cor 811K2
NA
LS
FCAW
AS/NZS 3597 Grade 500
(E.g. Bisplate60,
Welten60, Weldox 420)
Wear Plates
(E.g Bisplate320, 360,
400, 500, Welten RE,
Hardox 400, 500)
MS
GMAW (Solid)
BOC Smootharc 16
BOC Smootharc 18
NA
NOTES MS = Matching Strength, LS = Lower Strength, NR = Not Recommended, NA = Not Available,
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BOC Welding Consumables Classifications
Product Name
Electrodes
Mild Steel and Iron Powder Electrodes
Smootharc 12
Smootharc 13
Smootharc 24
Hydrogen Controlled Electrodes
Smootharc 16
Smootharc 18
Stainless Steel Electrodes
Smootharc S 308L
Smootharc S 316L
Smootharc S 347
Smootharc S 309L
Smootharc S 309MoL
Smootharc S 312
Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Wires
Mild Steel MIG Wires
BOC Mild Steel MIG Wire
MAGMATE Mild Steel MIG Wire
Stainless Steel MIG Wires
BOC Stainless Steel MIG Wire 308LSi
BOC Stainless Steel MIG Wire 309LSi
BOC Stainless Steel MIG Wire 316LSi
BOC Stainless Steel MIG Wire 409Nb
BOC Stainless Steel MIG Wire 307Si
Aluminium MIG Wires
BOC Aluminium MIG Wire 1070
BOC Aluminium MIG Wire 4043
BOC Aluminium MIG Wire 4047
BOC Aluminium MIG Wire 5183
BOC Aluminium MIG Wire 5356
Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) Wires
Mild Steel FCAW Wires
SmoothCor 711
SmoothCor 715
SmoothCor 70C6
SmoothCor 4
SmoothCor 8
SmoothCor 11
SmoothCor GS
Low Alloy FCAW Wires
SmoothCor 811K2
SmoothCor 81 Ni1 H4
SmoothCor 115
Gas and TIG Rods
Mild Steel Gas and Tig Rods
ProFill Mild Steel Gas Rod
ProFill 70S-2 Mild Steel TIG Rod
ProFill 70S-6 Mild Steel TIG Rod
Stainless Steel Gas and Tig Rods
ProFill 308LSi
ProFill 309LSi
ProFill 316LSi
ProFill 347
Aluminium Gas and Tig Rods
ProFill 1070
ProFill 4043
ProFill 4047
ProFill 5356
Superceded AS/NZS Classification
Current AS/NZS ISO Classification
AS/NZS 1553.1 E4112-0
AS/NZS 1553.1 E4113-0
AS/NZS 1553.1 E4824-0
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 43 13 A
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 43 13 A
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 49 24 A
AS/NZS 1553.1 E4816-4 H5
AS/NZS 1553.1 E4818-4 H5
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 49 16-1 A H5
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 49 18-1 A H5
AS/NZS 1553.3 E308L-17
AS/NZS 1553.3 E316L-17
AS/NZS 1553.3 E347-17
AS/NZS 1553.3 E309L-17
AS/NZS 1553.3 E309MoL-17
AS/NZS 1553.3 E312-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES308L-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES316L-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES347-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES309L-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES309LMo-17
AS/NZS 4854 A-E 29 9 R 32
AS/NZS 2717.1 ES6-GC/M-W503AH
AS/NZS 14341 B-G 49A 3U C S6
AS/NZS 14341 B-G 49A 3U M S6
AS/NZS 14341 B-G 49A 3U C S6
AS/NZS 14341 B-G 49A 3U M S6
AS/NZS 2717.1 ES6-GC/M-W503AH
AS/NZS 2717.3 ES308LSi
AS/NZS 2717.3 ES309LSi
AS/NZS 2717.3 ES316LSi
AS 2717.2 E4043
AS 2717.2 E4047
AS 2717.2 E5183
AS 2717.2 E5356
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS308LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS309LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS316LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS409Nb
AS/NZS ISO 14343 A-G 18 8 Mn
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 1070
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4043
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4047
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 5183
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 5356
AS 2203.1 ETP-GMp-W503A.CM1 H10
AS 2203.1 ETP-GCp-W503A.CM1 H10
AS 2203.1 ETP-GMn-W504A.CM1 H5
AS 2203.1 ETP-GCn-W504A.CM1 H5
AS 2203.1 ETD-GMp-W503A.CM1 H10
AS 2203.1 ETD-GCp-W503A.CM1 H10
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 3 T1-1 M A H10
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 3 T1-1 C A H10
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 4 T5-1 M AP-U H5
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 4 T5-1 C AP-U H5
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 3 T15-0 M A H10
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 3 T15-0 C A H10
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 Z T4-0 N A-H15
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 3 T8-1 N A-H10
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 Z T11-1 N A-H15
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 Z TG-1 N A-H15
AS 2203.1 ETP-GCp-W559A.K2 H5
AS 2203.1 ETP-GMp-W559A.K2 H5
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 55 3 T1-1 M A-N3 H5
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 55 3 T1-1 C A-N3 H5
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 55 4 T1-1 M A-N2 U H5
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 55 4 T1-1 C A-N2 U H5
AS/NZS ISO 18276 B-T 76 5 T5-0 M AP-N4C1M2 H5
AS/NZS ISO 18276 B-T 76 5 T5-0 C AP-N4C1M2 H5
AS 2203.1 ETD-GMp-W769A.K4 H5
AS 2203.1 ETD-GCp-W769A.K4 H5
AS/NZS 1167.2 RG
AS/NZS 1167.2 R2
AS/NZS 1167.2 R6
AS/NZS 1167.2 R308LSi
AS/NZS 1167.2 R309LSi
AS/NZS 1167.2 R316LSi
AS/NZS 1167.2 R347
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS308LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS309LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS316LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS347
AS/NZS 1167.2 R4043
AS/NZS 1167.2 R4047
AS/NZS 1167.2 R5356
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 1070
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4043
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4047
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 5356
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Mild Steel Electrodes
Smootharc 12
Description
Smootharc 12 is a multi-purpose, rutilecellulosic electrode suitable for a wide range
of applications in mild steel. The electrode is
fully positional, including very good appeal
in the vertical-down position. The electrode
welds with a crisp steady arc to produce a
smooth weld bead surface to enhance good
slag detachability. Performance can be
insensitive to rust, dirt and surface coatings,
and has good ability to bridge gaps or poor
fit-up.
Application
For welding mild steels, sheet metal, tank
work and general fabrication. Combined with
the excellent strike / re-strike and a high
tolerance to large gaps or poor fit-up, this
electrode is easy to use and recommended
for all round fabrication work.
Smootharc 13
Description
Smootharc 13 is a thicker coated all positional
rutile electrode that performs very well in the
down hand position, exceptionally well in the
vertical-up and overhead positions, and can
also be used in the vertical-down position.
The electrode welds with a very smooth, low
spatter arc to produce a finely rippled bead
surface with excellent slag detachability.
Application
For welding mild steels, sheet metal, tank
work and general fabrication. Combined
with the excellent strike / restrike and a high
tolerance to large gaps or poor fit-up, this
electrode is easy to use and recommended
for all round fabrication work. Especially good
for the less experienced welder.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Coating Type
Rutile-Cellulosic
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.1 E6013
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 43 13 A
Welding Current*
AC, OCV >50V or DC+* DC– is recommended for root passes.
Packaging Data
Dia.
(mm)
Packet Carton
(kg)
(kg)
Quantity Part No.
2.5
2.5
3.2
3.2
4.0
1.0
5.0
1.0
5.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
10.0
15.0
15.0
55
278
33
168
109
184133
184135
184134
184136
184137
Smootharc 24 is a rutile-coated iron powder
electrode with 160% recovery designed for
high productivity welding in heavier section
mild steel. Excellent profile mitre fillets are
produced, having a smooth transition with
the base material and ensuring excellent slag
detachability.
Application
Smootharc 24 has been designed to produce
the highest possible productivity when
depositing fillet welds with a leg length in
the 4 to 6 mm range in the heavier section
construction steels. This electrode performs
exceptionally well when welding ‘inside
corner’ fillets. Fillet welds can also be made
in primer treated material without porosity or
fusion defects along the top edge.
Specifications
Coating Type
Rutile
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.1 E6013
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 43 13 A
Coating Type
Rutile, Iron powder
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.1 E7024
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 49 24 A
Packaging Data
Dia.
(mm)
Packet Carton
(kg)
(kg)
Quantity Part No.
2.5
2.5
3.2
3.2
4.0
1.0
5.0
1.0
5.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
10.0
15.0
15.0
Description
Welding Positions
Welding Positions
Specifications
Smootharc 24
46
230
34
170
106
187143
187145
187144
187146
187147
Packaging Data
Dia.
(mm)
Packet Carton
(kg)
(kg)
Quantity Part No.
3.2
4.0
5.0
6.0
6.0
5.5
18.0
18.0
16.5
91
60
36
186166
186167
186168 m
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Low Hydrogen Electrodes
Smootharc 16
Description
Smootharc 16 is a basic coated 105%
recovery electrode intended for general
welding applications where controlled
hydrogen and medium tensile properties are
required. It has excellent mechanical and
X-ray properties.
Application
For welding section steels, tank work and
general fabrication. Suitable for unalloyed,
micro alloyed and low alloyed steels.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Coating Type
Basic
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.1 E7016-1 H4
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 49 16-1 A H5
Welding Current*
AC, OCV 60V or
DC+Hydrogen content /100g <4ml
weld metal
* DC– is recommended for root
passes.
Packaging Data
Dia.
(mm)
Packet Carton
(kg)
(kg)
Quantity Part No.
2.5
2.5
3.2
3.2
4.0
5.0
1.0
3.5
1.0
3.5
3.5
5.5
10.0
10.5
10.0
10.5
10.5
16.5
51
178
29
101
66
54
Smootharc 18
Description
Description
Application
Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a
unique twin coating extrusion process,
which means all the arc stabilising elements
are concentrated in the inner coating. This
delivers significantly improved arc stability
and control for all applications.
Smootharc 18 is a basic-coated low hydrogen
AC / DC electrode for which the outstanding
all round operability has been optimised.
The smooth, soft arc, easy slag control, all
positional welding with low spatter and
excellent slag removal provide maximum
operator appeal. The electrode is suitable
for welding mild and higher strength steels.
It combines strength and toughness and is
particularly suitable for heavily restrained
sections where there can be risk of cracking
due to weld stress.
With its excellent general operability and
good positional welding characteristics, the
Smootharc 18 is used for general fabrication
work as well as pipe welding where the
fine spray transfer provides precise weld
pool control. The fine arc spray also makes
it an ideal electrode for the experienced
welder, and for positional work in demanding
applications.
The electrode produces a finely rippled bead
surface and smooth transition with the base
material. This, together with the exceptionally
good slag detachability, even in root runs,
gives the Smootharc 18 superior radiographic
quality. It is also an ideal electrode for use on
AC machines with an OCV of 70V.
Welding Positions
184143
186145N
184144
186146N
186147N
186148 m
Austarc 16TC E7016
Specifications
Coating Type
Basic
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA AS.1 E7018-1 H4
AS/NZS 4855 B-E 49 18-1 A H5
Welding Current*
AC, OCV 70V or
DC+Hydrogen content / 100g <4ml
weld metal
*D
C– is recommended for root passes.
Packaging Data
Dia.
(mm)
Packet Carton
(kg)
(kg)
Quantity Part No.
2.5
3.2
4.0
3.5
3.5
3.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
148
89
64
184155N
184156N
184157N m
Smooth running, basic low hydrogen
electrode, developed for all positional (except
vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power
sources. It has exceptional arc stability and
weldability and delivers high quality weld
deposits with reliable notch toughness
to -40°C.
Application
The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for
welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low
alloy high strength steels used in a multitude
of critical and non-critical applications.
Typical applications include pipe welding,
single sided weld joints, highly restrained
joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer
prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural
steel and sub zero temperature applications.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Coating Type
Classification
AS/NZS 4855-B - E49 16-A U H10
AWS A5.1: E7016 H8
Welding Current*
Basic
*Please note, 2.5 and 3.2 Austarc 16TC are recommended
for DC+ or AC (minimum 45 OCV) operation, whereas
4.0 size requires a minimum of 55 OCV for stable AC
operation.
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Packet (kg)
Part No.
2.5
3.2
4.0
2.5
5.0
5.0
16TC25
16TC32
16TC40 m
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Mild Steel MIG Wire
MagMate®
Mild Steel MIG Wire
Description
MagMate® mild steel MIG wire is a quality copper-coated MIG wire
produced from double deoxidised rod. MagMate® mild steel MIG wire
is an excellent choice for welding on metal with medium to high
presence of mill scale or rust. The wire is designed for both single and
multiple pass welding in all positions. The copper coating on the wire
increases the shelf life and ensures good electrical conductivity.
Application
MagMate® mild steel MIG wire is recommended for welding of mild
and medium tensile steels and is an excellent choice for general steel
construction, sheet metal applications and structural welding.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.18 ER70S-6
AS/NZS 14341 B
-G 49A 3U C S6, B-G 49A 3U M S6
Packaging Data
Dia.
(mm)
Pack (kg) Type
Part No.
0.6
0.8
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.2
1.6
5
5
5
15
250
15
15
706B0506 m
706B0508 m
706B0509 m
706B09-1
706B09250 m
706B12-1
706B16-1 m
200mm Spool
200mm Spool
200 mm Handi Spool
300 mm Spool
Smoothpak Drum
300 mm Spool
300 mm Spool
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Mild Steel MCAW Wire
Mild Steel FCAW Wire
SmoothCor™ 70C6
Description
SmoothCor™ 70C6 is a metal cored wire
producing 40% less fume than conventional
metal cored products. It is suitable for use
with both Ar / CO2 or CO2 shielding gas.
Designed for single and multi pass welding,
the wire can be used in both the flat and
horizontal positions. SmoothCor™ 70C6 welds
with a very smooth running, low spatter arc.
Deposition efficiency is high and slag islands
minimal. With its wide range of welding
parameters, excellent feedability and easy arc
starting characteristics, SmoothCor™ 70C6 has
superb welder appeal.
Application
SmoothCor™ 70C6 is ideal for a wide range
of high speed fillet and butt welding
applications where high productivity is
required. SmoothCor™ 70C6 has better
wetting action than solid wire, minimising
cold lap on heavier sections of steel.
SmoothCor™ 70C6 is recommended for
general fabrication of mild and medium
tensile steels. It is also suitable for use on
pressure vessel work and structural welding.
Welding Positions
SmoothCor™ 711
Description
SmoothCor™ 711 is a general purpose, rutile
flux cored wire that performs exceptionally
well in the downhand, vertical-up and
overhead positions at the same parameter
settings. It is suitable for use with both
Ar / CO2 or CO2 shielding gases. Designed for
single and multi pass welding, SmoothCor™
711 produces weld metal that is consistently
free of inclusions and porosity for X-ray
soundness. SmoothCor™ 711 welds with a
very smooth running, low spatter arc and
a fine spray type transfer to give excellent
weld pool control. Bead surface is extremely
smooth with excellent slag detachability.
Flat fillet bead profile with equal leg length
and uniform wetting is easily achieved.
SmoothCor™ 711 has a very wide operating
window, excellent feedability and easy arc
starting characteristics.
Application
SmoothCor™ 711 is recommended for welding
of mild and medium tensile strength steels
and is an excellent choice for general steel
construction, ship building, pressure vessel
fabrication and structural welding.
Welding Positions
MagMate® 71C
Description
• Rutile type flux cored wire designed for use
with Carbon Dioxide (CO2) shielding gas
• Can be used in all positions, including
downhand, vertical-up and overhead
• Designed for single and multi pass applications
• Good impact properties at -40°C
• Precision layer wound (PLW)
• Good operator appeal
Application
MagMate® 71C is recommended for welding
mild and medium strength steels and low
temperature steel. It may be used for general
steel fabrication, ship building, storage
tanks and structural welding of bridges and
buildings.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Flux Type
Rutile
Classification
AWS / ASME-SFA A5.20 E 71T-1C-J H8,
E71T-9C-J H8
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 4 T1-1 C A-U H5
Welding Current
DC+
Packaging Data
Specifications
Type
Metal cored
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.18 E 70C-6C H8,
E70C-6M H8
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B
-T 49 3 T15-0 M A H10,
B-T 49 3 T15-0 C A H10
Welding Current
DC+
* With Ar / CO2 and CO2 shielding gas
Dia.
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Type
1.2
15
1.6
1.6
Specifications
Flux Type
Rutile
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.20 E 71T-1 H8, E71T-1M H8,
E71T-9 H8, E71T-9M H8
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B
-T 49 3 T1-1 M A H10,
B-T 49 3 T1-1 C A H10
Welding Current
DC+
* With Ar / CO2 and CO2 shielding gas
Packaging Data
Packaging Data
Part No.
15
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
1070C616 m
300
Drum
1070C616300 m
1070C612 m
89
Dia.
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Type
1.2
15
1.6
15
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
Part No.
1071112
1071116 m
Dia.
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Type
1.2
15
1.6
15
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
Part No.
12MAG71C m
16MAG71C m
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SmoothCor™ 715
SmoothCor™ 4
Description
Description
Application
SmoothCor 4 operates on DC electrode
positive and welds with a very smooth
running, low spatter arc with a globular
type transfer. The resultant bead surface is
smooth with a full covering, easily detached
slag. SmoothCor 4 produces a weld with low
penetration which facilitates welding fillets
with gaps or poor fit up.
Welding Positions
SmoothCor 4 is ideally suited for welding
applications where gas-shielded wires may
have problems, such as outdoors or in windy
conditions. These would typically be light
gauge steel plate fabrication or general
purpose fabrication of mild and medium
tensile strength steels. SmoothCor 4 is also a
good choice in poor fit up situations or when
extended stickouts must be used in hard-toreach areas.
SmoothCor™ 715 is a basic flux cored wire
for which the all round operability has been
optimised. It is suitable for use with both
Ar / CO2 or CO2 shielding gases. Using DC-, the
wire can be used for welding in all positions.
Designed for single and multi pass welding,
SmoothCor™ 715 produces low temperature,
high toughness, microscopically clean weld
metal with very low H4 hydrogen content
and superior hot and cold crack resistance.
SmoothCor™ 715 welds with particularly
stable running characteristics and has a
thin, easily remelted slag cover that, with its
excellent feedability and easy arc starting
characteristics, enhances operator appeal
and minimises spatter.
SmoothCor™ 715 is an excellent choice
for a wide range of critical applications,
including pressure vessels, offshore oil and
gas platforms and heavy earth moving
and mining equipment. SmoothCor™ 715 is
suitable for welding mild and higher carbon
and difficult-weld-steels. It combines strength
and toughness and is particularly suitable for
heavily restrained sections where there can
be a risk of cracking due to weld stress.
SmoothCor 4 is a self-shielded, flux cored
wire for use in the single and multiple pass
welding of mild and medium tensile strength
steels. The wire is intended for flat position
welding of butts and fillets and horizontal
fillet welding with extremely high deposition
rates. The basic slag system is designed to
produce a weld that is very low in sulphur for
improved resistance to hot cracking.
Application
* With Ar / CO2 shielding gas.
Packaging Data
1.2
15
1.6
15
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
SmoothCor 8 operates on DC electrode
negative and welds with a very smooth
running, globular type transfer. Spatter is
exceptionally low and together with the wide
operating window, good feedability, easy
arc starting characteristics and slag removal,
assures excellent operator appeal.
Application
SmoothCor 8 is well suited for butt, lap
and fillet welds on mild and medium
strength steels. It is designed for structural
applications such as bridge fabrication, ship
construction and other general structural
fabrication. The versatility of SmoothCor 8
makes it an excellent selection for assembly
and maintenance welding in all positions.
Specifications
Specifications
Flux Type
Basic
Classification
AWS / ASME-SFA A5.20 E70T-4
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 Z T4-0 N A-H15
Welding Current
DC+
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Type
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Type
Part No.
1071512 m
2.4
3.0
100424
100430
23
23
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.20 E71T-8 H8
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 3 T8-1 N A-H10
Welding Current
DCPackaging Data
Part No.
1071516 m
SmoothCor 8 is a self-shielded, flux cored
wire that performs exceptionally well in
the downhand, vertical-up and overhead
positions. The wire has been designed for
those applications where the use of shielding
gas is inappropriate and where excellent
low temperature impact toughness and
crack resistance are required. SmoothCor 8 is
intended for semi-automatic and automatic
welding of mild and medium strength
plate and pipes in both single and multiple
pass welds.
Welding Positions
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Type
Description
Welding Positions
Specifications
Flux Type
Basic
Classification
AWS / ASME-SFA A5.20 E 71T-5 H4,
E71T-5MJ H4
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B
-T 49 4 T5-1 M AP-U H5,
B-T 49 4 T5-1 C AP-U H5
Welding Current
DC-
SmoothCor™ 8
Coil
1.6
15
2.0
11.34
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
Part No.
100816
100820
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Self Shielded FCAW Wire
SmoothCor™ 11
Description
SmoothCor 11 is a self-shielded, flux cored
wire that performs exceptionally well in
the downhand, vertical-up and overhead
positions. The wire has been designed for
those applications where the use of shielding
gas is inappropriate and where impact
toughness is not of prime concern. SmoothCor
11 is intended for semi-automatic and
automatic welding of mild and galvanised
steels in single pass and limited multiple
pass applications.
SmoothCor 11 operates on DC electrode
negative and welds with a very smooth
running, spray type transfer which minimises
burn-through and facilitates welding
joints with gaps or poor fit up. Spatter is
exceptionally low and together with the very
wide operating window, good feedability
and easy arc starting characteristics assures
excellent operator appeal.
Application
SmoothCor 11 is well suited for butt, lap and
fillet welds on mild and galvanised steels
from 1.5mm through to 12mm. The versatility
of SmoothCor 11 makes it an excellent
selection for assembly and maintenance
welding in all positions.
SmoothCor™ GS
Description
SmoothCor GS is a self-shielded, flux cored
wire that has been formulated to perform
exceptionally well in the downhand,
vertical-up and overhead positions and also
to make welds at high speed. The wire has
been designed for those applications where
the use of shielding gas is inappropriate
and where impact toughness is not of prime
concern. SmoothCor GS is intended for
single pass welding of thin-gauge mild and
galvanised, aluminised or other coated steels
ranging from 0.7mm to 5mm.
SmoothCor GS operates on DC electrode
negative and welds with a very smooth
running, soft, spray type transfer which
minimises burn-through and facilitates
welding joints with gaps or poor
fit up. There is virtually no spatter and
together with the very wide operating
window, good feedability and easy arc
starting characteristics assures excellent
operator appeal.
Application
SmoothCor GS is the natural choice for
applications such as lap and fillet welds on
galvanised sheet metal, welding ductwork
and joining galvanised roofing sheet metal.
Welding Positions
Welding Positions
Specifications
Specifications
Flux Type
Flux Type
Rutile
Rutile
Classification
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.20 E71T-11
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.20 E71T-GS
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 Z T11-1 N A-H15
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B-T 49 Z TG-1 N A-H15
Welding Current
Welding Current
DC-
Packaging Data
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Type
Part No.
0.9
1.2
1.6
2.0
101109 m
101112 m
101116 m
101120 m
4.5
15
15
15
DC-
Spool
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Type
Part No.
0.8
0.9
1.2
10GS08
10GS09
10GS12 m
4.5
4.5
15
Spool
91
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Low Alloy FCAW Wire
SmoothCor™ 115
SmoothCor™ 81 Ni1 H4
Description
SmoothCor 81 Ni1 H4 is a rutile type flux
cored wire designed for the welding of
carbon and low alloy steels which require
moderate tensile strength and good impact
toughness at subzero temperatures. It is
suitable for use with both Ar/CO2 or CO2
shielding gases and can be used in all
positions, including downhand, vertical-up
and overhead.
Designed for single and multi pass welding,
SmoothCor 81 Ni1 H4 deposits a weld metal
containing approximately 1% Ni. The nickel
content of the weld metal ensures good
impact toughness properties at subzero
temperatures and the weld metal is
consistently free of inclusions and porosity for
X-ray soundness. The very low H4 hydrogen
class ensures superior crack resistance.
A rutile based wire, SmoothCor 81 Ni1 H4
welds with a very smooth-running, low
spatter arc and a fine spray type transfer to
give excellent weld pool control. Bead profile
is smooth with minimum convexity.
Application
SmoothCor 81 Ni1 H4 is recommended
for welding finegrained, low alloy steels
intended for service at low temperatures
and for matching strength on 490MPa yield
strength steels. It is also suitable for welding
fine-grained and quench and tempered steels
where undermatching strength weld metal
is desirable.
Welding Positions
Description
SmoothCor™ 115 is a basic type flux cored
wire designed for the welding of high tensile
low alloy steels. It is suitable for use with
both Ar / CO2 or CO2 shielding gas and can be
used in both the flat and horizontal position.
Designed for single and multi pass welding,
SmoothCor™ 115 deposits a weld metal
containing approximately 2.25% nickel, 0.5%
molybdenum and 0.3% chromium which,
apart from having good tensile properties,
is extremely tough and ductile. The very low
H4 hydrogen class ensures superior crack
resistance. The wire produces weld metal of
the highest radiographic and metallurgical
quality. SmoothCor™ 115 welds with
particularly stable running characteristics,
a minimum amount of spatter and easy slag
removal for this class of wire. Feedability
is excellent.
Application
SmoothCor™ 115 is recommended for welding
a range of high strength, fine-grained
structural steels, low temperature steels
and quench and tempered steels. Produces
matching strength and hardness on 690 MPa
yield strength and 230 HB steels (e.g. AS
3597 grade 700, ASTM A514). Weld deposits
are resistant to cracking in heavy sections or
under high restraint.
Welding Positions
Flux Type
AWS / ASME-SFA A5.29 E 110T5-K4 H4,
E110T5-K4M H4
Rutile
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.29 E 81T1-Ni1 H4,
E81T1-1Ni1M H4
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B
-T 55 4 T1-1 M A-N2 U H5,
B-T 55 4 T1-1 C A-N2 U H5
Welding Current
DC+
Packaging Data
Dia.
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Type
1.2
15
1.6
15
2.0
15
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
Part No.
1081Ni112 m
1081Ni116 m
1081Ni120 m
AS/NZS ISO 18276 B-T 76 5 T5-0 M APN4C1M2 H5, AS/NZS ISO 18276 B-T 76 5 T5-0
C AP-N4C1M2 H5
Welding Current
DC+
1.2
15
1.6
15
SmoothCor™ 811K2 is recommended for
welding fine-grained, low alloy steels
intended for service at low temperatures
and for matching strength on 490 MPa yield
strength steels. It is also eminently suitable
for welding fine-grained and quench and
tempered steels where undermatching
strength weld metal is desirable.
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
Flux Type
Rutile
Classification
AWS / ASME-SFA A5.29 E 81T1-K2 H4,
E81T1-K2M H
AS/NZS ISO 17632 B
-T 55 3 T1-1 M A-N3 H5,
B-T 55 3 T1-1 C A-N3 H5
Welding Current
DC+
Packaging Data
Packaging Data
Weight
(kg)
Type
Application
* With Ar / CO2 and CO2 shielding gas
* With Ar / CO2 shielding gas
Dia.
(mm)
SmoothCor™ 811K2 is a rutile type flux cored
wire designed to provide excellent low
temperature impact toughness. It is suitable
for use with both Ar / CO2 or CO2 shielding gas
and can be used in all positions, including
downhand, vertical-up and overhead.
Designed for single and multi pass welding,
SmoothCor™ 811K2 deposits a weld metal
containing approximately 1.5% nickel. The
nickel content of the weld metal ensures
excellent impact properties at temperatures
below -60°C, with radiographic quality
that is consistently high. The very low H4
hydrogen class ensures superior crack
resistance. A rutile based wire, SmoothCor™
811K2 welds with a very smooth-running,
low spatter arc and a fine spray type transfer
to give excellent weld pool control. With its
excellent feedability and easy arc starting
characteristics, SmoothCor™ 811K2 has
excellent operator appeal.
Specifications
Basic
Classification
Specifications
Description
Welding Positions
Specifications
Flux Type
SmoothCor™ 811K2
Part No.
1011512 m
1011516 m
Dia.
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Type
1.2
15
1.6
15
Spool
(vacuum
packed)
Part No.
10811K212 m
10811K216 m
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Mild Steel TIG and Gas Welding Rods
ProFill 70S-6
Mild Steel TIG Rods
Description
BOC mild steel TIG rod is premium quality,
copper-coated TIG rod produced from
high quality DD oxidised rod. The higher
manganese and silicon levels ensure
improved weld de-oxidation making BOC
70S-6 TIG rods an excellent choice for welding
on metal with a medium to high presence of
mill scale or rust.
Application
BOC 70S-6 TIG rods is recommended for
welding of mild to medium tensile strength
steels and is an excellent choice for general
steel construction, sheet metal applications,
pressure vessel applications, structural
welding and pipe welding.
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.1 ER 70S-6
AS/NZS 1167.2 R6
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Length (m) Part No.
5.0
5.0
1.0
1.0
11605S6
12405S6
ProFill
Mild Steel Gas Rods
Description
Description
The triple deoxidised wire ensures improved
weld deoxidation making the BOC 70S-2 TIG
rod an excellent choice for welding on metal
with a medium level of mill scale or rust.
Specifications
BOC mild steel TIG rod (S2) is a premium
quality copper-coated TIG rod produced from
high quality triple deoxidised rod.
Application
BOC 70S-2 TIG rods is recommended for
welding of mild to medium tensile strength
steel where good root toughness and
radiographic soundness are required.
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.18 ER 70S-2
AS/NZS 1167.2 R2
Packaging Data
Packaging Data
1.6
2.4
ProFill 70S-2
Mild Steel TIG Rods
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Length
Part No.
1.6
2.4
11605S2 m
12405S2 m
5.0
5.0
1.0 m
1.0 m
ProFill mild steel gas rods are used for general
purpose oxy-fuel welding of mild steel. All
rods are copper coated and embossed for
ease of identification.
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.2R45
AS/NZS 1167.2 RG
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm) Weight (kg) Length
Part No.
1.6
1.6
11601R45
11605R45
1.0
5.0
0.5 m
1.0 m
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Stainless Steel Electrodes
Smootharc S 308L
Description
Smootharc S 308L is a rutile coated, low
carbon grade, AC / DC electrode for the
high quality welding of austenitic stainless
steel of the 19 Cr / 9 Ni type. The electrode
is very easy to strike and restrike. Welding
performance is excellent with a very
smooth, low spatter arc producing a finely
rippled bead surface with excellent slag
detachability.
Application
Smootharc S 308L is recommended for single
and multi-pass welding of austenitic stainless
steel 302, 304 and 304L grades. Austenitic
stainless steel of the 19 Cr / 9 Ni type may
be used in the following applications:
brewing equipment, steam piping, vacuum
pump parts, dairy equipment, textile drying
equipment, chemical handling equipment,
pharmaceutical and food handling equipment.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Coating Type
Rutile
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.4 E308L-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES308L-17
Welding current
AC, OCV 50V or DC+
Scaling temperature
Approx. 850°C in air
Packaging Data
Dia.
Length Can
(mm) (mm) (kg)
Carton
(kg) Qty
2.5
3.2
4.0
7.5
9.0
9.0
300
350
350
2.5
3.0
3.0
141
86
59
Part No.
188082 m
188083 m
188084 m
Smootharc S 316L
Description
Smootharc S 316L is a rutile coated, low carbon,
19 Cr, 12 Ni, 3 Mo, AC / DC electrode for the
high quality welding of molybdenum alloyed,
acid resisting austenitic stainless steels of the
316 / 316L type. The electrode is very easy
to strike and restrike. Welding performance
is excellent with a very smooth, low spatter
arc producing a finely rippled bead surface
with excellent slag detachability. Fillet welds
have a slightly concave profile with excellent
toe line blend-in.
Application
Smootharc S 316L is recommended for single
and multi-pass welding of molybdenum
alloyed austenitic stainless steels 316 and
316L. It is also suitable for welding the
Nb or Ti stabilised steels, provided service
temperatures are below 400°C. Austenitic
stainless steels of the 316 / 316L type
may be used for applications such as food
handling equipment, structures in marine
environments, heat exchangers, chemical
storage and transportation tanks, oil refining
equipment and pharmaceutical equipment.
Welding Positions
Smootharc S 309L
Description
Smootharc S 309L is a rutile coated, AC / DC
electrode that deposits a low carbon, 23 Cr,
13 Ni austenitic stainless steel weld metal.
The electrode is very easy to strike and
restrike. Welding performance is excellent
with a very smooth, low spatter arc producing
a finely rippled bead surface with excellent
slag detachability.
Application
Smootharc S 309L is recommended for
welding corrosion resistant and heat
resistant steels of the 309 type, which are
often used for furnace parts, aircraft and jet
engine parts, heat exchangers and chemical
processing equipment.
Smootharc S 309L can also be used for
welding dissimilar carbon manganese steels
and low alloy steels, welding stainless steels
to mild steels and as a buffer for hardfacing
applications.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Coating Type
Specifications
Coating Type
Rutile
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.4 E316L-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES316L-17
Welding current
AC, OCV 50V or DC+
Scaling temperature
Approx. 850°C in air
Packaging Data
Dia.
Length Can
(mm) (mm) (kg)
Carton
(kg) Qty
2.5
3.2
4.0
7.5
9.0
9.0
300
350
350
2.5
3.0
3.0
136
84
58
Rutile
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.4 E309L-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES309L-17
Part No.
188162
188163
188164 m
Welding current
AC, OCV 50V or DC+
Scaling temperature
Approx. 1000°C in air
Packaging Data
Dia.
Length Can
(mm) (mm) (kg)
Carton
(kg) Qty
2.5
3.2
4.0
7.5
9.0
9.0
300
350
350
2.5
3.0
3.0
207
126
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Part No.
188092
188093
188094 m
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Smootharc S 309 MoL
Description
Smootharc S 309MoL is a rutile coated,
AC / DC electrode that deposits a low carbon,
23 Cr, 12 Ni, 2.5 Mo austenitic stainless steel
weld metal with a ferrite content of FN 20.
The high alloy content and ferrite level
enable the weld metal to tolerate dilution
from dissimilar and difficult-to-weld materials
without hot cracking.
Description
Smootharc S 312 is a rutile coated, AC / DC
electrode that deposits a 29 Cr / 9 Ni
austenitic / ferritic stainless steel weld metal
with a ferrite content of FN 50. The resultant
weld metal is high strength with high ductility
and the structure is highly resistant to hot
cracking and extremely tolerant of dilution
from medium and high carbon steels.
The electrode is very easy to strike and
restrike. Welding performance is excellent,
with a very smooth, low spatter arc producing
a finely rippled bead surface with excellent
slag detachability.
The electrode is very easy to strike and
restrike. Welding performance is excellent,
with a very smooth, low spatter arc producing
a finely rippled bead surface with excellent
slag detachability.
Application
Application
Smootharc S 309MoL is recommended for
welding corrosion-resistant Cr Ni Mo steels
to themselves and to mild and low alloy
steels without hot cracking. The electrode is
suitable for welding armour plate, austenitic
manganese steel, medium and high carbon
hardenable steels, tools, dies, springs etc.
which may be of unknown composition.
Smootharc S 309MoL is also recommended
for welding dissimilar steels, such as stainless
steels to carbon manganese or low alloy
steels and for welding austenitic manganese
steel to carbon manganese and low
alloy steel.
Welding Positions
Coating Type
Rutile
Classification
Packaging Data
Dia.
Length Can
(mm) (mm) (kg)
Carton
(kg) Qty
2.5
3.2
4.0
7.5
9.0
9.0
2.5
3.0
3.0
210
129
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Part No.
188096 m
188097 m
188098 m
Description
Smootharc S 347 is a rutile coated, niobium
stabilised AC / DC electrode of the 19 Cr, 10 Ni
type. The electrode is very easy to strike and
restrike. Welding performance is excellent,
with a very smooth, low spatter arc producing
a finely rippled bead surface with excellent
slag detachability. The electrode has good
positional welding characteristics.
Application
Smootharc S 347 has been especially
designed for the welding of 321 and 347
stabilised steels. The electrode is also suitable
for the unstabilised grades 304 and 304L.
Smootharc S 347 is primarily intended for use
where resistance to weld metal sensitisation
and intergranular corrosion is required.
Stabilised 321 and 347 austenitic stainless
steel grades may be used for applications
such as aircraft exhaust manifolds, fire walls,
pressure vessels and elevated temperature
chemical handling equipment.
Welding Positions
Welding Positions
Specifications
Specifications
Rutile
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.4 E312-17
AS/NZS 4854 A-E 29 9 R 32
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.4 E309MoL-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES309MoL-17
Welding current
AC, OCV 50V or DC+
Scaling temperature Approx. 1000°C in air
300
350
350
Smootharc S 312 is a universal electrode
specifically designed for welding steels of
poor weldability. The electrode is suitable for
welding armour plate, austenitic manganese
steel, medium and high carbon hardenable
steels, tools, dies, springs etc that may be
of unknown composition. It is also suitable
for welding dissimilar steels (e.g. stainless to
mild steel).
Coating Type
Specifications
Smootharc S 347
Smootharc S 312
Welding current
AC, OCV 50V or DC+
Scaling
temperature
Approx. 1100°C in air
Packaging Data
Dia.
Length Can
(mm) (mm) (kg)
Carton
(kg) Qty
2.5
3.2
4.0
7.5
9.0
9.0
300
350
350
2.5
3.0
3.0
225
141
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Part No.
188122
188123
188124 m
Coating Type
Rutile
Classification
AWS / ASME-SFA A5.4 E347-17
AS/NZS 4854 B-ES347-17
Welding current
AC, OCV 50V or DC+
Scaling temperature
Approx. 850°C in air
Packaging Data
Dia.
Length Can
(mm) (mm) (kg)
Carton
(kg) Qty
2.5
3.2
4.0
7.5
9.0
9.0
300
350
350
2.5
3.0
3.0
139
88
58
Part No.
188472 m
188473 m
184164 m
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Stainless Steel MIG Wire
BOC Stainless Steel
MIG Wire 308LSi
BOC Stainless Steel
MIG Wire 309LSi
BOC Stainless Steel
MIG Wire 316LSi
Description
Description
Description
Applications
Applications
Applications
Welding Positions
Welding Positions
High silicon levels improve arc characteristics
and weld pool fluidity, and flatten weld bead
profile. Low carbon increases resistance
to corrosion and maintains mechanical
properties.
• Welding of 18 Cr 8 Ni type stainless steels (i.e.
301, 302, 321, 347, 409 and 444‑type alloys)
• Welding of 304 and 304L in cryogenic
applications
Welding Positions
High silicon levels improve arc characteristics
and weld pool fluidity, and flatten weld bead
profile. Low carbon increases resistance
to corrosion and maintains mechanical
properties.
• Welding of 23 Cr / 12 Ni type stainless steels
• For welding mild or low alloy steels to 300 and
selected 400 series stainless steels
• Ideal for buttering layer on carbon for
hardfacing consumables
• A stainless overlay on mild steels
High silicon levels improve arc characteristics
and weld pool fluidity, and flatten weld bead
profile. Low carbon increases resistance
to corrosion and maintains mechanical
properties.
• Welding of 18 Cr / 8 Ni and 18 Cr / 8 Ni / 3 Mo
type stainless steels
• Most suitable for the welding of 316, 318 and
316L alloys
• Suitable for 301, 302, 304, 321, 347, 410 and
430 alloys
Specifications
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5-9 ER308LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS308LSi
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5-9 ER309LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS309LSi
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
0.9
1.2
Weight (kg)
15
15
Specifications
Part No.
109308 m
112308 m
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5-9 ER316LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS316LSi
Packaging Data
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
0.9
0.9
1.2
5.0
15
15
1093095 m
109309
112309 m
0.8
0.9
0.9
1.2
1.0
5.0
15
15
1083161
1093165 m
109316
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BOC Stainless Steel
MIG Wire 409Nb
Description
BOC Smootharc 409Nb is a niobium stabilised
ferritic stainless steel wire used in welding
of thin gauge motor vehicle exhaust
system components. The niobium stabiliser
helps improve corrosion resistance, high
temperature strength and the stabilisation of
the ferritic structure.
Welding Positions
BOC Stainless Steel
MIG Wire 307Si
Description
The BOC Smootharc 307Si MIG wire is a fully
austenitic wire electrode for GMAW/MIG
welding of high alloy steels to unalloyed
or low alloy steels. It is also suitable for
depositing stress relieving buffer layers
on crack sensitive base metals, as well as
cladding jobs. The weld metal is highly work
hardenable and is also corrosion resistant.
The deposit is non-scaling up to 850 °C.
Application
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.9 ER409Nb
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS409Nb
Joining high alloy steels to unalloyed or low
alloy steels, heat treatable steels, difficultto-weld steels. It is also advisable to avoid
a high mixture from the base material.
Directions with respect to preheating difficultto-weld steels should be observed.
Welding Positions
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg) Part No.
0.9
15
109409NB m
Specifications
Classification
AS/NZS ISO 14343 A-G 18 8 Mn
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg) Part No.
1.2
15
112307 m
97
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Stainless Steel TIG and Gas Welding Rods
ProFill 308LSi
Description
Description
Applications
Applications
ProFill 308L stainless steel is a high quality,
low carbon rod for the gas or gas tungsten arc
(TIG) welding of a wide range of low carbon
and stabilised 300 series stainless steels.
It is recommended for the critical welding
of 304 and 304L stainless steels in corrosion
resistant and cryogenic applications.
• Resealable 5 kg tube
• Suitable for gas and GTA (TIG) welding
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5-9 ER308LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS308LSi
ProFill 309L stainless steel is a high quality
low carbon rod for the gas or gas tungsten arc
(TIG) welding of highly alloyed 309 or 309L
type stainless steels.
ProFill 309L is also suitable for the dissimilar
joining of other 300 series austenitic stainless
steels ferritic steels.
• Resealable 5 kg tube
• Suitable for gas and GTA (TIG) welding
Specifications
Description
ProFill 316L stainless steel is a high quality
low carbon rod for the gas or gas tungsten
arc (TIG) welding of molybdenum bearing
stainless steels; in particular matching 316
and 316L alloys.
Applications
ProFill 316L is also suitable for the general
welding of 304 and 304 stainless steels and
ferritic stainless steels, including 409, 444
and 3Cr12.
• Resealable 5 .0 tube
• Suitable for gas and GTA (TIG) welding
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5-9 ER309LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS309LSi
Packaging Data
ProFill 316LSi
ProFill 309LSi
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5-9 ER316LSi
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS316LSi
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
1.6 2.4
5 .0
5 .0
BTGS308L16 m
BTGS308L24 m
1.6
2.4 5 .0
5 .0
BTGS309L16 m
BTGS309L24 m
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Weight (.0)
Part No.
0.9 1.2 1.6 1.6 2.0 2.4 3.2
5 .0
5 .0
1 .0
5 .0
5 .0
5 .0
5 .0
BTGS316L09 m
BTGS316L12 m
BTGS316L161
BTGS316L16
BTGS316L20 m
BTGS316L24
BTGS316L32 m
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Aluminium MIG Wire
BOC Aluminium
MIG Wire 1070
ProFill 347
Description
ProFill 347 stainless steel is a high quality
gas or gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding rod.
Niobium stabilised for improved resistance to
intergranular corrosion.
Applications
ProFill 347 is recommended for the TIG
welding of 347, 348 and 321 type stainless
steels stabilised with either niobium or
titanium.
ProFill 347 is also suitable for the general
purpose welding of other 300 series stainless
steels, including 301, 302, 304 and 304L etc.
• Resealable 5 kg tube
• Suitable for gas and GTA (TIG) welding
Specifications
Classification
AWS / ASME-SFA A5-9 ER347
AS/NZS ISO 14343 B-SS347
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
1.6 2.4 5 .0
5 .0
BTGS34716 m
BTGS34724 m
Applications
For welding of 99.9% pure aluminium.
Welding Positions
Applications
Used to weld alloys with a maximum of 2%
alloying elements and for castings containing
up to 7% Si. Also used for many general
construction and automotive applications.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Classification
Specifications
AS 2717.2 No equivalent
AWS / ASME A5.10 No equivalent
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 1070
Classification
AWS / ASME A5-10 ER4043
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4043
Packaging Data
Dia. Current
(mm) (A)
Voltage
(V)
Spool
(kg) Part No.
1.2
1.6
2.0
24–29
25–33
30-34
6.0
6.0
6.0
120–150
200–320
280-320
BOC Aluminium
MIG Wire 4043
S971260 m
S971660 m
S972060 m
Packaging Data
Dia. Current
(mm) (A)
0.9
1.0
1.2
Voltage Spool
(V)
(kg)
90–130 17–19
100–140 17–19
150–250 20–25
In reference to current and voltage range these settings are suggested welding parameters only. These may vary according to operator requirements.
6.0
6.0
6.0
Part No.
S430960 m
S431060 m
S431260 m
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BOC Aluminium
MIG Wire 4047
Applications
General purpose welding of aluminium
sheets, extrusions and castings. Also used for
many general construction and automotive
applications.
Welding Positions
Classification
AWS / ASME A5-10 ER4047
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4047
This product is used where high strength and
resistance to sea water are required.
Applications
Ideal for ship building, offshore, cryogenic
equipment, railway constructions and
automotive.
Voltage Spool
(V)
(kg) Part No.
100–140 17–19
120–150 24–29
6.0
6.0
S471060 m
S471260 m
This product is used to weld aluminium
magnesium base metal alloys with a
maximum of 5% Mg. Suitable for a wide range
of 3XXX, 5XXX, 6XXX and 5XX series.
Applications
Ideal for ship building, storage tanks, railways
and the car industry.
Classification
AWS/ASME A5-10 ER5356
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 5356
Packaging Data
Packaging Data
Dia. Current Voltage Spool
(mm) (A)
(V)
(kg)
Part No.
0.9
1.0
1.2
1.6
S510960 m
S511060 m
S511260 m
S511660 m
17–19
17–19
24–29
25-33
Description
Specifications
Classification
AWS / ASME A5-10 ER5183
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 5183
90–130
100–140
120–150
200-320
BOC Aluminium
MIG Wire 5356
Welding Positions
Specifications
Packaging Data
1.0
1.2
Description
Welding Positions
Specifications
Dia. Current
(mm) (A)
BOC Aluminium
MIG Wire 5183
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
Dia. Current Voltage Spool
(mm) (A)
(V)
(kg)
Part No.
0.8
0.8
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.0
1.0
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.6
S530805 m
S530850 m
S530905 m
S530920
S530960 m
S531020 m
S531060 m
S531205 m
S531220 m
S531260
S531660 m
50–150
50–150
80–180
80–180
80–180
110–220
110–220
150–250
150–250
150–250
200-320
In reference to current and voltage range these settings are suggested welding parameters only. These may vary according to operator requirements.
14–21
14–21
16–22
16–22
16–22
17–23
17–23
20–25
20–25
20–25
25-33
0.5
5.0
0.5
2.0
6.0
2.0
6.0
0.5
2.0
6.0
6.0
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Aluminium TIG Rods
Aluminium 4043
TIG Rods
Description
BOC 4043 TIG rod is a nominal 5% silicon
alloy suitable for TIG welding of a wide range
of cast and wrought aluminium alloys. It is
extensively used for welding aluminium alloy
castings. It has a lower weld deposit strength
but excellent crack resistance.
Specifications
Aluminium 4047
TIG Rods
Description
Description
General purpose welding of aluminium
sheets, extrusions and castings.
Application
Used for many general construction and
automotive applications.
Welding Positions
Classification
AWS / ASME A5-10 ER4043
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4043
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
1.6
1.6
2.4
3.2
2.0
6.0
2.0
2.0
S431602 m
S431660 m
S432402 m
S433202 m
BOC 5356 TIG rod is a nominal 5% magnesium
alloy suitable for TIG welding of a wide
range of cast and wrought aluminium alloys.
It produces intermediate deposit strength,
good ductility and corrosion resistance for the
welding of a wide range of 3XXX, 5XXX, 6XXX
aluminium alloys.
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME A5.10 ER5356
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 5356
Specifications
Packaging Data
Aluminium 5356
TIG Rods
Packaging Data
Classification
AWS / ASME A5-10 ER4047
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S Al 4047
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
1.6
2.4
3.2
2.0
2.0
2.0
S471602 m
S472402 m
S473202 m
Dia. (mm)
Weight (kg)
Part No.
1.6
2.4
3.2
2.0
2.0
2.0
S531602
S532402
S533202
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Copper GMAW Wire
Silicon Bronze S211
Description
This product is a copper-based alloy
containing approximately three percent
silicon. They may also contain small
percentages of manganese, tin or zinc. They
are used for gas tungsten and gas metal arc
welding of copper-silicon and copper-zing
base metals, to themselves and also to steel.
Application
When gas tungsten arc welding with this
product, best results are obtained by keeping
the weld pool small. Preheating is not
required. Welding can be done in all positions
but the flat position is preferred.
Welding Positions
S215 Al/Bronze A2
Description
The S215 Al/Bronze A2 is an iron-bearing
aluminium bronze and is generally used
for joining aluminium bronzes of similiar
composition, manganese bronze, silicon
bronze, and some copper-nickel alloys,
ferrous metals and dissimilar metals. The
most common dissimilar metal combinations
are aluminium bronze to steel and copper to
steel. This alloy is also used to provide wear
and corrosion-resistant surfaces.
Application
This product is recommended for low strength
welding of steels. Primary applications
include hot water systems, heat exchangers,
and marine components for their corrosion
resistance.
Welding Positions
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.7 ERCuSi-A
AS/NZS ISO 18273 S
Specifications
Classification
AWS/ASME-SFA A5.7 ERCuAl-A2
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Pack Size (kg) Part No.
0.8
0.9
0.9
1.2
1.6
5.0
5.0
13.6
13.6
13.6
211508 m
211509 m
211009 m
211012 m
211016 m
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm)
Packet (kg)
Part No.
1.2
13
214412 m
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Cast Iron Electrodes
Gouging Carbons
Smootharc C
Cast Ni
Smootharc C
Cast NiFe
Description
BOC Smootharc C Cast Ni is a pure nickel
electrode for general purpose welding of all
types of cast iron. It is suitable for the joining
and repair of grey and malleable cast irons
and dissimilar joints between these and
steel, monel and stainless steels. Grey and
malleable cast irons, machine bases, engine
blocks and gear housings.
Welding Positions
Description
Description
BOC Smootharc C Cast NiFe is designed to
produce a higher matching strength weld
metal for joining malleable, nodular and
SG irons. It is also suitable for joining these
to mild, low alloy and stainless steels.
Smootharc C Cast NiFe is less sensitive to hot
cracking sometimes caused by impurities
in castings, compared to pure nickel type
electrodes. Spheroidal graphite, nodular
and ductile cast irons (eg machine bases,
transmission housings, gearboxes, engine
blocks and pump bodies).
Welding Positions
Specifications
Classification
AWS A5.15-90, E Ni-C1
Dia. (mm) Current (A) Pack (kg)
Part No.
2.5
60–80
4.0
189002 m
3.2
70–110
4.0
189003 m
Classification
AWS A5.15-90, E NiFe-C1
Packaging Data
Dia. (mm) Current (A) Pack (kg) Part No.
3.2
70–110
BOC carbons have been produced for
effective, efficient metal removal by the arcair gouging process.
They are manufactured for high quality
gouging with:
• A first grade quality carbon / graphite mixture
• A premium copper coating to ensure consistent
levels of conductivity and resistance
• Densely compacted carbon
• A copper coating that ensures consistent
conductivity, resistance and arc stability
• Compacted quality carbon / graphite that
ensures fast, efficient metal removal
Applications
Specifications
Packaging Data
BOC Gouging
Carbons
4.0
189103N m
• Removes metal from a wide range of
commonly found metals, both ferrous and
non-ferrous
• Pointed carbons are the most popular for
general purpose applications of metal removal
• Jointed carbons have a male and female socket
design, allowing either semi or completely
automated metal removal
• Flat carbons are used when finer detail is
required, including scarfing and special joint
preparation
• Coating type: premium copper coating
Packaging Data
Dia.
Description (mm)
Length Pack
(mm) size
Part No.
Carbon DC
Carbon DC
Carbon DC
Carbon DC
Carbon DC
Flat
6.5
8
9.5
11
305
305
305
305
50
50
50
50
65G
80G
95G m
110G m
15 × 5
—
50
0515S m
In reference to current and voltage range these settings are suggested welding parameters only. These may vary according to operator requirements.
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Gas Welding, Brazing and Soldering
ProSilver 2
PhosCopper
ProSilver 5
Description
Description
Description
It produces rough-textured fillets of a
greyish colour and, when permitted to run
uncontrolled over the work, will roughen
the surface. Not recommended where good
appearance is desired or where subsequent
electroplating is necessary.
It produces rough-textured fillets of a
greyish colour and, when permitted to run
uncontrolled over the work, will roughen
the surface. Not recommended where good
appearance is desired or where subsequent
electroplating is necessary.
It produces rough-textured fillets of a
greyish colour and, when permitted to run
uncontrolled over the work, will roughen
the surface. Not recommended where good
appearance is desired or where subsequent
electroplating is necessary.
The alloy has a relatively wide melting range
and the parent metals brazed almost always
have high thermal conductivity. For these
reasons, the work should be heated quickly
to brazing temperature and oxy-acetylene is
preferable to either natural gas or propane.
Brazing of tough pitch copper should be
carried out with a slightly oxidizing flame to
avoid hydrogen embrittlement.
The alloy has a relatively wide melting range
and the parent metals brazed almost always
have high thermal conductivity. For these
reasons, the work should be heated quickly
to brazing temperature and oxy-acetylene is
preferable to either natural gas or propane.
Brazing of tough pitch copper should be
carried out with a slightly oxidizing flame to
avoid hydrogen embrittlement.
Due to its wide melting range, there is a
tendency for low melting phases to run out of
the joint if the heating rate is too low, so care
has to be taken to heat quickly to the brazing
temperature.
Due to its wide melting range, there is a
tendency for low melting phases to run out of
the joint if the heating rate is too low, so care
has to be taken to heat quickly to the brazing
temperature.
Due to its wide melting range, there is a
tendency for low melting phases to run out of
the joint if the heating rate is too low, so care
has to be taken to heat quickly to the brazing
temperature.
Application
Application
ProSilver 5 has improved strength/ductility
and gap filling properties compared to
ProSilver 2.
Self-fluxing for pure copper brazing due to
the action of phosphorous; copper alloys, like
brasses and bronzes, will require additional
fluxes. It is not suitable for steel or alloys
containing more than 10% nickel.
The alloy has a relatively wide melting range
and the parent metals brazed almost always
have high thermal conductivity. For these
reasons, the work should be heated quickly
to brazing temperature and oxy-acetylene is
preferable to either natural gas or propane.
Brazing of tough pitch copper should be
carried out with a slightly oxidizing flame to
avoid hydrogen embrittlement.
The biggest use of this alloy is in return
bends in evaporative air-conditioner heat
exchangers. It is also used in auto airconditioners.
Self-fluxing for pure copper brazing due to
the action of phosphorous; copper alloys, like
brasses and bronzes, will require additional
fluxes. It is not suitable for steel or alloys
containing more than 10% nickel.
ProSilver 2 is the main alloy used in plumbing
and in the manufacture of copper hot water
tanks, where water hammer necessitates a
silver content.
The alloy is used in non-vibration situations
and is not recommended for plumbing due to
hammering / vibration.
It is not recommended for use in shockloading situations, sulphurised gas or marine
environments.
It is not recommended for use in shockloading situations, sulphurised gas or marine
environments.
Specifications
Specifications
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
3.0 × 750
3.0 × 750
5.0 × 750
0.5 (kg)
5.0 (kg)
5.0 (kg)
LTAP0005 m
LTAP0043 m
LTAP0044 m
Application
ProSilver 5 is the main alloy used in plumbing
and in the manufacture of copper hot water
tanks, where water hammer necessitates a
silver content.
It is not recommended for use in shockloading situations, sulphurised gas or marine
environments.
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–B2
Specifications
Packaging Data
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–B1
Self-fluxing for pure copper brazing due to
the action of phosphorous; copper alloys, like
brasses and bronzes, will require additional
fluxes. It is not suitable for steel or alloys
containing more than 10% nickel.
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
2.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
3.0 × 750
3.0 × 750
0.5 (kg)
5 Rods
5.0 (kg)
5.0 (kg)
5 Rods
LTAP0205
LTAP02B1
LTAP0242 m
LTAP0243 m
LTAP02B2 m
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–B3
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
2.0 × 750
2.0 × 750
2.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
3.0 × 750
0.5 (kg)
5 Rods
0.5 (kg)
5 Rods
2.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
LTAP0505 m
LTAP05B1 m
LTAP0506 m
LTAP05B2 m
LTAP0522 m
LTAP0500 m
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ProSilver 15
Description
Self-fluxing for pure copper brazing due to
the action of phosphorous; copper alloys, like
brasses and bronzes, will require additional
fluxes. It is not suitable for steel or alloys
containing more than 10% nickel.
It produces rough-textured fillets of a
greyish colour and, when permitted to run
uncontrolled over the work, will roughen
the surface. Not recommended where good
appearance is desired or where subsequent
electroplating is necessary.
The alloy has a relatively wide melting range
and the parent metals brazed almost always
have high thermal conductivity. For these
reasons, the work should be heated quickly
to brazing temperature and oxy-acetylene is
preferable to either natural gas or propane.
Brazing of tough pitch copper should be
carried out with a slightly oxidizing flame to
avoid hydrogen embrittlement.
Due to its wide melting range, there is a
tendency for low melting phases to run out of
the joint if the heating rate is too low, so care
has to be taken to heat quickly to the brazing
temperature.
Application
ProSilver 15 is used for high vibration joints
on refrigerator copper pipes. It is also used
for brazing contacts onto copper-based parts
because of its good flow characteristics and
good electrical conductivity.
It is not recommended for use in shockloading situations, sulphurised gas or marine
environments.
Specifications
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–B4
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 750
2.0 × 750
2.0 × 750
2.0 × 750
2.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
3.0 × 750
3.0 × 750
2.5 (kg)
5 Rods
0.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
5 Rods
0.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
0.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
LTAP1524 m
LTAP15B2 m
LTAP1506 m
LTAP1521 m
LTAP15B3
LTAP1507
LTAP1522 m
LTAP1508 m
LTAP1523 m
ProSilver 30T
Description
Suitable for brazing of all low alloy and
carbon steels, copper and copper alloys, and
nickel alloys.
It can be used for brazing where close
tolerances on joint gaps cannot be held, and
it can form large fillets.
The joint area should be brought to the
brazing temperature before application of the
alloy to prevent liquation (separation of low
melting components from the alloy under
slow heating conditions).
To avoid risk of cracking, it should not be
quenched after brazing.
Maximum continuous operating service
temperature should not exceed 200°C.
Specifications
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ProSilver 34T
Description
This alloy was developed as the
cadmium‑free replacement for ProSilver 34.
Suitable for carbon and low alloy steels,
copper and copper alloys (aluminium bronzes
with more than 2% aluminium require special
flux), nickel and nickel alloys, and stainless
steels (not exposed to continuous contact
with water).
Due to its wide melting range, this alloy
can be used to fill joint gaps that can not be
closely controlled.
It should not be quenched from high
temperatures (>300°C). It should also not be
quenched when used to braze components
with widely differing coefficients of thermal
expansion, due to risks with cracking.
It is suitable for continuous service operating
temperatures up to 200°C.
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–A16
Specifications
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
0.5 (kg)
0.5 (kg)
LTAT3001 m
LTAT3003 m
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–A18
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 750
1.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
5 Rods
0.5 (kg)
0.5 (kg)
LTAT3592
LTAT3401 m
LTAT3403 m
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ProSilver 39T
Description
Suitable for brazing of all low alloy and
carbon steels, copper and copper alloys, and
nickel alloys.
It can be used for brazing where close
tolerances on joint gaps cannot be held and
can form large fillets.
The joint area should be brought to the
brazing temperature before application of the
alloy to prevent liquation (separation of low
melting components from the alloy under
slow heating conditions).
To avoid risk of cracking, it should not be
quenched after brazing.
Maximum continuous operating service
temperature should not exceed 200°C.
Specifications
ProSilver 45T
Description
Description
It is suitable for carbon and low alloy steels,
copper and copper alloys (aluminium bronzes
with more than 2% aluminium require special
flux), nickel and nickel alloys, and stainless
steels for food and medical applications (not
exposed to continuous contact with water).
Very free flowing and produces neat joints
with small fillets.
This alloy was developed as the
cadmium‑free replacement for ProSilver 45.
Low brazing temperature, coupled with a
narrow melting range, makes it free flowing
and produces joints with small, smooth fillets.
Good corrosion resistance.
Used widely in marine applications due to its
resistance to dezincification.
Suitable for continuous service operating
temperatures up to 200°C.
Specifications
Classification
AS / NZS 1167.1–A15
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 750
0.5 (kg)
LTAT3901 m
Cadmium-free brazing alloy with a short
melting range, suitable for brazing of most
metals such as copper alloys and stainless
steels for food and medical applications.
Has some resistance to dezincification and
is used for brazing of stainless steel food
handling equipment.
To avoid risk of cracking, it should not be
quenched after brazing.
Maximum continuous operating service
temperature should not exceed 200°C.
Specifications
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–A2
Packaging Data
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–A19
Packaging Data
ProSilver 56T
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 500
1.5 × 500
1.5 × 750
1.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
3.0 × 750
2 Rods
5 Rods
2.5 (kg)
0.5 (kg)
0.5 (kg)
0.5 (kg)
LTAT4564 m
LTAT4563 m
LTAT4520 m
LTAT4501
LTAT4503 m
LTAT4504 m
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 750
2.5 × 750
0.5 (kg)
0.5 (kg)
LTAT5601 m
LTAT5603
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ProSilver 402
Description
Cadmium-free brazing alloy with a wide
melting range,suitable for forming fillets.
WARNING Brazing can give rise to excessive
noise, eye and skin burns due to the flame
and its radiation, and can be a potential
health hazard if you breathe in the emitted
fumes and gases. Brazing should be carried
out in a well ventilated area with operators
positioned so that any fume generated will
not be inhaled. Adequate ventilation to
prevent an accumulation of fumes and gases
should be used. Where fume levels cannot
be controlled below the recognised exposure
limits, use local exhaust to reduce fumes and
gases; in confined spaces without adequate
ventilation, an air-fed breathing system
should be used; outdoors a respirator may be
required. Precautions for working in confined
spaces should be observed. Apart from fume
hazards, flux can be irritating to the skin and
prolonged contact should be avoided.
ProSilver 494
Description
This alloy was developed as the cadmium‑free
replacement for ProSilver 503. It is
recommended for brazing of tungsten carbide
up to 19 mm long. The presence of nickel and
manganese helps in wetting carbides – even
those containing titanium.
Specifications
Specifications
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 750
1.5 × 750
0.5 (kg)
5 Rods
LTAT5301 m
LTAT5392 m
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 750
1.5 × 750
0.5 (kg)
5 Rods
LTAN4001 m
LTAN4093 m
SilverCoat 56T is the extruded flux coated
version of the standard ProSilver 56T.
This cadmium-free brazing alloy with a short
melting range is suitable for brazing most
metals such as copper alloys and stainless
steels for food and medical applications.
Maximum continuous operating service
temperature should not exceed 200°C.
Application
This product has some resistance to
dezincification and is used for brazing of
stainless steel food handling equipment.
Specifications
SilverCoat 45T
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–A2
Packaging Data
Description
This alloy was developed as the
cadmium‑free replacement for SilverCoat 45.
SilverCoat 45T is the extruded flux coated
version of the standard ProSilver 45T.
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1 -A8
Description
To avoid risk of cracking, it should not be
quenched after brazing.
Packaging Data
Application
Suitable for brazing of stainless steel for dry
applications and for brazing tungsten carbide
up to 9 mm long- for longer lengths use
ProSilver 494.
SilverCoat 56T
Very free flowing and produces neat joints
with small fillets.
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–A20
Suitable for carbon and low alloy steels,
copper and copper alloys (aluminium bronzes
with more than 2% aluminium require special
flux), nickel and nickel alloys, stainless
steels for food and medical applications (not
exposed to continuous contact with water).
Low brazing temperature, coupled with a
narrow melting range, makes it free flowing
and produces joints with small, smooth fillets.
Good corrosion resistance.
Used widely in marine applications due to its
resistance to dezincification.
Suitable for continuous service operating
temperatures up to 200°C.
Specifications
Classification
AS/NZS 1167.1–A19
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.5 × 500
1.5 × 500
2 Rods
5 Rods
LTAF4550T
LTAF4589T
1.5 × 500
500 (g)
LTAF4531T
107
Size (mm)
Pack Size (kg) Part No.
1.5 × 500
0.5
LTAF563T m
108
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Profill Gas Welding Rods
ProFill Nickel Bronze
ProFill Nickelcoat
ProFill Mang Bronze
Description
Description
Description
Specifications
Specifications
Specifications
Fusion welding of similar copper alloys.
Suitable for steel, cast iron and malleable
iron.
Coating
Bare
Classification
AWS RBCuZn-D
Joining process
Braze welding and
fusion welding
Welding characteristics High strength and
wear resistant, Selffluxing Brazing of
nickel based alloys
Build up of worn
ferrous components
Melting range
920–935
Tensile strength (MPa) 560
Fusion welding of similar copper alloys, brazing
of nickel based alloys. Suitable for steel, cast
iron and malleable iron.
Coating
Bare
Coating
Bare rod
Classification
AWS RBCuZn-D
Classification
AWS RBCuZn-C
Joining process
Braze welding and
fusion welding
Joining process
Braze welding
Welding characteristics High strength and
wear resistant, Selffluxing Brazing of
nickel based alloys
Build up of worn
ferrous components
Melting range
920–935
Tensile strength (MPa) 560
Packaging Data
Packaging Data
Due to dezincification, not suitable for copper
pipes carrying hot water or sea water. Suitable
for steel, cast iron and malleable iron .
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
5.0 × 750
2.5 kg
GRNB5025 m
2.4 × 500
3.2 × 750
3.2 × 750
5 rods
2.5 kg
5 rods
GRNC24H5 m
GRNC3225 m
GRNC32H5 m
Welding characteristics Low fume and high
strength, Self-fluxing
Melting range
865–890
Tensile strength (MPa) 460
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.6 × 750 1.6 × 750 1.6 × 750 2.4 × 750 2.4 × 750 2.4 × 750 3.2 × 750 3.2 × 750 3.2 × 750 5 Rods
0.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
5 Rods
0.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
5 Rods
0.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
GRMB16H5 m
GRMB1605 m
GRMB1625 m
GRMB24H5 m
GRMB2405
GRMB2425 m
GRMB32H5 m
GRMB3205 m
GRMB3225 m
Joint Material Quick Selector
Copper
Phos Copper,
ProSilver 2, 5, 15
Copper
No flux needed
ProSilver 45T, 39T,
Mild Steel 34T
Easyflo
Stainless
Steel
Brass
Bronze
Cast Iron
Tungsten
Carbide
Mild Steel
ProSilver 45T, 39T,
34T
Easyflo, Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 45T, 39T,
34T
Easyflo
Stainless Steel
Brass
Bronze
Cast Iron
Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 2, 5, 15,
45T
Easyflo
ProSilver 56T, 402
ProSilver 39T, 45T
ProSilver 39T, 45T
ProSilver 402, 494
Tenacity 4A
Easyflo
Easyflo
Easyflo, Tenacity 4A Tenacity 6
ProSilver 494, 402
ProSilver 56T, 402
for non-wet service
ProSilver 56T, 402
ProSilver 402, 494
Easyflo, Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 56T, 402
ProSilver 56T, 402
ProSilver 56T, 402
ProSilver 56T
ProSilver 56T
Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 2, 5, 15,
45T
Easyflo
ProSilver 2, 5, 15,
45T
Easyflo
Tenacity 4A
Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 56T
Easyflo
Tenacity 4A
Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 2, 5, 15,
39T, 45T
Easyflo
Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 39T, 45T
ProSilver 39T, 45T
ProSilver 56T
ProSilver 5, 15, 45T
ProSilver 402, 494
Easyflo
Tenacity 4A
Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 2, 5, 15,
39T, 45T
Easyflo
ProSilver 5, 15, 39T,
45T
Easyflo
Easyflo
Easyflo, Tenacity 4A
ProSilver 402, 494
ProSilver 402, 494
ProSilver 56T, 402
ProSilver 494, 402
ProSilver 494, 402
Easyflo, Tenacity 4A Easyflo, Tenacity 4A Tenacity 4A
NL
Tenacity 6
NOTES
NB: Materials indicated above are a guide only. Final selection
should be based on customer’s full assessment of all relevant
factors.
NL = Not a likely engineering combination - consult if encountered
Tungsten Carbide
ProSilver 2, 5, 15,
45T
Easyflo
Tenacity 6
Brazed stainless
steel assemblies in
contact with water in
service require special
attention, contact
Johnson Matthey
ProSilver 402, 494
ProSilver 402, 494
NL
NL
Brasses containing
aluminium should not be
brazed to steel. Brazing
of free-cutting brasses
containing lead not
recommended
Aluminium bronzes
require special Flux.
Silicon bronze requires
special preparation and
procedures, contact
Johnson Matthey
ProSilver 402, 494
Easyflo, Tenacity 4A
NL
ProSilver 494, 402
conditions
Tenacity 6
NL
NL
ProSilver 402, 494
ProSilver 494, 402
ProSilver 494, 402
ProSilver 494, 402
Grey cast iron may
require special
preparation to remove
graphite particles from
the surface prior to
brazing
Trifoils are
recommended for long
pieces
Easyflo, Tenacity 4A Easyflo, Tenacity 4A Easyflo, Tenacity 4A Tenacity 6
Tenacity 6
Tenacity 6
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ProFill Mangcoat
Description
Due to dezincification, not suitable for copper
pipes carrying hot water or sea water. Suitable
for steel, cast iron and malleable iron.
Specifications
ProFill Tobin Bronze
Description
For mild steel, low strength applications (e.g.
car panel filling). Suitable for brass and bronzes,
mild steel and ferrous materials.
Specifications
Classification
AWS RBCuZN-C
Joining process
Braze welding
Welding characteristics
Low fume and high
strength, Self-fluxing
Melting range
865–890
Tensile strength (MPa)
460
Coating
Bare rod
Classification
DIN L-Cu40Zn
Joining process
Braze welding and
fusion welding
Welding characteristics Low fume
Melting range
890–900
Tensile strength (MPa) 400
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
2.4 × 500 2.4 × 500 2.4 × 500 3.2 × 750 3.2 × 750 5 Rod
0.5 (kg)
2.5 (kg)
5 Rod
2.5 (kg)
GRMC24H5
GRMC2405 m
GRMC2425 m
GRMC32H5 m
GRMC3225 m
Packaging Data
Size (mm)
Pack Size
Part No.
1.6 × 750
1.6 × 750
2.4 × 750
2.4 × 750
3.2 × 750
3.2 × 750
2.5 kg
5 rods
2.5 kg
5 rods
2.5 kg
5 rods
GRTB1625 m
GRTB16H5 m
GRTB2425 m
GRTB24H5 m
GRTB3225 m
GRTB32H5 m
109
110
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Gas Welding, Brazing and Soldering
SB Flux Easyflo
GP SB Flux Tenacity 4A
• Temperature range 550–880°C
• Temperature range 600–850°C
Preferred general purpose flux, suitable for
most engineering materials. Also suitable for
use with all ProSilver alloys. Residue soluble
in hot water or 10% caustic soda.
For higher melting point applications and
longer heating cycles. Suitable for use with
all ProSilver alloys. Preferred for ProSilver 2.5
and 15 if heating cycle is long.
Flux Tenacity 20
For copper, brass gas welding and steel
brazing. Suitable for higher temperatures
and extended cycle times. Suitable for ProFill
bronze alloy range. Use as a powder or mix
with water for a paste.
• Temperature range 750–1000°C
Size
Part No.
Size
Part No.
Size
Part No.
250g
Efloflux
250g
Ten4AFlux
250g
Ten20Flux
Flux Tenacity 6
Flux that is suitable for use with silver brazing
filler metals. It is especially designed for use
on heat resistant stainless steels, tungsten
carbide and the refractory metals.
Suitable for use with silver brazing filler
metals melting below 750˚C. It is often
recommended for use on tungsten carbide
components where it helps to provide
improved wetting of the brazing alloy.
Tenacity™ No.6 Flux Paste should not be
used on low nickel or nickel-free stainless
steels if interfacial corrosion is likely to be a
hazard in service.
• Temperature range 550- 800˚C
Safety Data sheets for BOC welding consumables and metal treatment chemicals can be found on www.boc.com.au under SDS.
Size
Part No.
250g
Ten6
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Trade Tools
Power Tools
125 mm
Metabo
1200W Angle Grinder
• Powerful and robust angle grinder with
highest power density in its class for quick
work progress
• 1200 watt motor
Part No.
W12-125Q
355 mm
Metabo 2300W
Metal Cut-Off Saw
• Max. cutting Ø 65mm bar steel, 125mm pipes,
115-130mm shape steel
• Max. opening of vice jaws: 238mm
• 2300 watt motor
• Includes: 1 cutting disc
Part No.
CS23-355
125 mm
Metabo
850W Angle Grinder
• Side switch for easy operation
• Auto stop carbon brushes
• 850 watt motor
Part No.
W85125
125 mm
HITACHI
1300W Angle Grinder
• Anti-vibration handle, reducing vibration
by 35%
• Increased overload durability
• Deadman switch
• 1300 watt motor
Part No.
G13SE2
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Abrasives - Flat Metal Cut-Off Wheels
Ultra thin NorZon® Plus grain, premium
grade - for cutting stainless steel, alloy
steels and hard ferrous metals.
Lasts 50% longer than Mega Line.
General purpose cutting of ferrous metals.
Iron-free suitable for cutting stainless steel.
Dimensions
Product Specifications
Part No.
Dimensions
125× 1.0 × 22
ZA60Y-BF41 Max
15127010MX
General Purpose Flat Metal – All Ferrous Metals - FH38
Ultra thin Zirconia, premium grade - for
cutting stainless steel, alloy steels and
hard ferrous metals. Free of iron, sulphur
and chlorine.
Dimensions
Product Specifications
Part No.
Product Specifications
Part No.
100 × 2.5 × 16
115 × 2.5 × 22
125 × 2.5 × 22
180 × 2.5 × 22
230 × 2.5 × 22
230 × 2.5 × 25.4
A36S-BF41
A36S-BF41
A36S-BF41
A36S-BF41
A36S-BF41
A36S-BF41
1010216
1011522
1012722
1017822
1023022
1023025 m
125 × 2.5 × 22
A24V-BF41
1312722 m
Mega Inox Premium Cut-Off Wheels – Stainless Steel
Ultra Thin Mega Inox Premium Cut-Off Wheels – Stainless Steel
100 × 1.0 × 16
100 × 1.6 × 16
115 × 1.0 × 22
115 × 1.6 × 22
125 × 1.0 × 22
125 × 1.6 × 22
125 × 2.0 × 22
125 × 1.0 × 22 - 25 pk Tin
230 x 1.9 x 22
230 × 2.0 × 22
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
A46T-BF41 INOX
A46T-BF41 Mega Inox
15102010
15102016
15115010
15115016 m
15127010
15127016
1512722 m
66253371005
15230019 m
15230020
General purpose cutting of stainless steel
and ferrous metals (bar, tubing, etc).
Dimensions
Product Specifications
High Speed Petrol Saws / Demolition Saws Cut-Off Wheels
350 × 3.8 × 25.4
A24S-BF41/100
2035625
356 × 3 × 25.4
406 × 3 × 25.4
A36S-B41
A36SB
1935625
1940625 m
356 × 3.6 × 25.4
2UE790QR
2835625 m
Metal Cut Off Wheel - Iron Free
Demolition Saws / Metal Cut-Off Wheels
Great for cutting different materials. Masonry,
stainless, metal, aluminium, PVC & ceramics.
Dimensions
Product Specifications
Multi Material Cut Off Wheel
125 × 1.0 × 22
C60T-BF41
Part No.
Part No.
66253370636
Metal Depressed Centre Discs
General purpose grinding of ferrous metal
welds and structural steels.
General purpose cutting of ferrous metals
including structural steel and sheet metals.
Dimensions
Product Specifications
Part No.
General Purpose Depressed Centre Metal Cut-Off Wheels
100 × 3.4 × 16
125 × 3.4 × 22
180 x 3.4 x 22
230 × 3.4 × 22
A30S-BF27
A24/30T-BF27
A24/30T-BF27
A24/30T-BF27
6310234 m
6012734
6017834 m
6023034
127 x 3.4 x 22
A30S-BF42-IRON FREE
6812734 m
Iron Free Inox Standard Cut-Off Wheels – Stainless Steel
Dimensions
Product Specifications
General Purpose Metal Grinding Wheels
Part No.
100 × 6.0 × 16
115 × 4.0 × 22
125 × 6.8 × 22
180 × 6.8 × 22
230 × 6.8 × 22
230 × 6.8 × 22
A30S-BF27
A30S-BF27
A24/30T-BF27
A24/30T-BF27
A24/30T-BF27
A24/30T-BF27
6310260
6311560
6012768
6017868
6023068
6123068
125 × 6.8 × 22
102X6X16
A30S-BF27 Iron Free
A30S I/FREE
6812768
6710260 m
Iron Free Inox Standard Grinding Wheels – Stainless Steel
113
114
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Product Specification Code
A
ABRASIVE TYPE
FINE
36
GRIT SIZE
MEDIUM COARSE
S
HARDNESS GRADE
SOFT MED HARD EX HD
A = ALUMINIUM OXIDE
80
30
16
N
Q
T
W
C = SILICONE CARBIDE
TO
TO
TO
O
R
U
X
Z = ZIRCONIA ALUMINIA
100
60
24
P
S
V
Y
Flap Discs
General purpose for all metals. Excellent
grinding and finishing. Manufactured
using Zirconia premium grain or aluminium
oxide grain.
Dimensions
Part No.
Flap Discs – Zirconia
100 × 16
100 × 16
100 × 16
100 × 16
40 grit
60 grit
80 grit
120 grit
9800040
9800060
9800080
9800120
-
BF
41
BOND TYPE
PROFILE TYPE
Type 41
B = BAKELITE/RESINOID
Type 42
BOND
Type 27
BF = BAKELITE & GLASS FIBRE
Type 28
REINFORCEMENT
Type 29
Dimensions
Part No.
115 × 22
115 × 22
115 × 22
125 × 22
125 × 22
125 × 22
125 × 22
180 × 22
180 × 22
40 grit
60 grit
80 grit
40 grit
60 grit
80 grit
120 grit
40 grit
60 grit
9801040 m
9801060 m
9801080
9803040
9803060
9803080
9803120
9802040
9802060
100 × 16
125 × 22
125 × 22
125 × 22
120 grit
40 grit
60 grit
80 grit
9890120 m
9893040
9893060
9893080 m
Flap Discs – Aluminium Oxide
Surface Preparation/Finishing
3M Cubitron Fibre Discs
Description
Part No.
100 × 16 mild steel - 60 grit
125 × 22 mild steel - 36 grit
125 × 22 stainless steel 36 grit
180 × 22 mild steel - 36 grit
60440230039 m
60440229270
60440229304 m
60440229262 m
125 mm back up pad
XC003410047
Back-Up Pad
Scotch Brite Clean & Strip Disc
urable rigid and long lasting open-web disc, ideal
D
for cleaning welds, removing rust and paint.
METALITE Premium Resin Fibre
Discs – Aluminium Oxide
Description
Part No.
102 × 16mm - 60 grit
125 × 22mm - 36 grit
178 × 22mm - 36 grit
CD106275 m
CD106321 m
CD106313 m
178 M14 x 2 back up pad
AM991079 m
Back-Up Pad
Beartex Rapid Strip Depressed
Centre Disc
• Tough multi-purpose
• Fast cleaning & conditioning without loading
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
125 × 22 mm
XC000777331EA
125 × 22 mm
30655
Twist Knot Cup Brush
• Heavy cleaning applications and brushing large
surfaces
• Ideal for removal of paint, rust and scale and
cleaning prior to welding
Twist Knot Wheel
• Aggressive de burring, rust removal, weld cleaning
and rubber removal
Description
Part No.
Description
75mm × 1 row M14 × 2.0
125 × 1 row M14 × 2.0
W3340BP m
W3500 m
125 × 1 row × 22
W3750 m
125 × 1 row × 22 – stainless steel W3770 m
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Workshop Tools
BOC LED Work Light
• 21+5 LED dual function work light
• Power switch for work light & torch control
• Rechargeable 3.7V 1200 MAH lithium battery
• Mains (240V) & Car (12V) chargers included
• Strong magnet base with foldable design and
easy hook mounts
Part No.
BOC TradeMaster®
Folding Utility Knife
• Steel head with aluminium alloy handle
and belt clip
• Foldable for easystorage and safety
• Includes 3 spare blades stored inside the
handle
Part No.
BOC021D
BOCTM343T
BOC TradeMaster®
Stubby Rachet S-Driver Set
Stubby driver with bit storage handle
• 3 settings: forward, reverse, fixed
• Ergonomic handle for comfort and positive grip
• 6–CRV bits (6.35 × 30 mm)
Slotted: 5 mm, 6 mm
Phillips: PH2, PH3
Torx: T10, T20
Part No.
BOCTM710T
Wrenches
Crescent
Adjustable Wrench
• Wider knurl for easier adjustment
• Wide capacity jaw allows each tool to work
with more fastener sizes
• Alloy steel and heat treated
• Chrome plated finish resists rust and corrosion
Description
Part No.
150 mm/6″ Chrome
250 mm/10″ Chrome
300 mm/12″ Chrome
300 mm/12″ Black Phosphate
AC26VS m
AC210VS
AC212VS m
AT212VS m
BOC TradeMaster®
13 Piece Reversible
Combination Gear
Wrench Set
• 72 Teeth Gear Reversible Ratchet
• 15° Offset
• Sizes: 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22,
24, 25 mm
• Material: Forged CR-V Steel, Hardened, Mirror
Polished & Chrome Plated
Part No.
BOCTM037
BOC TradeMaster®
7 Piece Reversible Ratchet
Stubby Wrench Set
• 72 Teeth Gear Reversible Ratchet
• 15° Offset
• Metric
• Sizes: 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 17 & 19 mm
• Material: Forged CR-V Steel, Hardened, Mirror
Polished & Chrome Plated
Part No.
BOCTM521R
Pliers
BOC
MIG Welding Pliers 200 mm
• Multi purpose
• Trims MIG wire
• Holds tips and nozzles
• Removes weld spatter
Part No.
BOCMIGPLIER
Crescent Universal
linesman Pliers
• Insulated grips
• Precise jaw for wire work
• Cross hatch jaws for positive grip
• Serrated pipe grip
• Extended and hardened cutting jaw for use
with flat multi core cabling
Part No.
3800CTV
Crescent Multi Grip Pliers
Straight 250 mm
• Designed to Grip All Shapes Like Rods, Pipes
and Cable Connections
• Precision-Milled Ribs for Smooth, Positive
Interlock Between Two Halves
• Straight Jaws and Self-Locking Jaw Adjustment
Part No.
R210CV m
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Clamps
BOC TradeMaster 250mm
Curved Jaw Locking Pliers
®
• CR-MO steel jaws and handles, hardened and
black enamelled
Part No.
BOCTM101T
BOC TradeMaster® 200mm
Locking Sheet Metal Clamp
• For bending, forming and crimping sheet metal
• CR-MO steel jaws and handles, hardened and
black enamelled
Part No.
BOCTM081D
Ehoma General Duty
F-Type Clamp
General purpose clamp for general duty
clamping applications. Swivel pad ensures
even pressure is applied on angular
work pieces.
Span × Clamping
Description depth (mm) force (kg) Part No.
BOC TradeMaster® Locking
C-Clamp with Swivel Pads
• Forged CR-V steel jaws with swivel pads
• CR-MO handles, hardened and black enamelled
Description
Part No.
150mm
275mm
BOCTM061T
BOCTM111D
BOC TradeMaster® 225mm
Locking Welding Clamp
T-Spindle
T-Spindle
T-Spindle
T-Spindle
T-Spindle
Heavy-Duty
Heavy-Duty
160 x 80
200 x 100
250 x 120
300 x 140
400 x 175
300 x 140
500 x 140
250
350
600
650
700
1200
1200
ECG16CS
ECG20CS
ECG25CS
ECG30CS
ECG40CS
ECGS30C
ECGS50C m
• Jaws lock to hold objects in perfect alignment
• U-shaped jaws provide excellent visibility
• CR-MO steel jaws and handles, hardened and
black enamelled
Part No.
BOCTM091D
Magnetic Tools
Magnetic Earth / Ground
Clamp
Compact Double
Small double unit adjustable to any angle.
Can be separated and used as single. Holds
flat bar or pipe and rod as small as 13 mm.
• For hobbyist, handiperson and also trade
applications
• Clamping force >12 kg on 3 mm steel
Part No.
STCDWMS
Standard
• Popular trade size, single Welders’
Magnetic Square
• Can be supplied as a matched pair in
‘Multi‑Angle’ configuration
• Clamping force >12 kg on 3 mm steel
Part No.
STWMS
Provides strong, positive electrical connection
to job. Replaces conventional earth clamps in
any duty and especially useful in situations
where conventional clamps are not suitable
(e.g. inside tanks and vessels etc). Lever
handle assists removal from job. Clean copper
stud contact site to ensure good earthing.
• Current capacity up to 800 A
• Clamping force approximately 40 kg on
6 mm steel
Part No.
STMEC800
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Measuring, Marking and Tape
Lufkin 8m Measuring Tape
• Hi-viz case - easy to find on the job
• Rubber cushion case exterior protects tape
from impact and improves grip
Part No.
TM48M10
Lufkin Stainless Steel Rule
• Deeply etched for easy reading • Upper edge subdivided mm and 1/2 mm;
lower edge subdivided 1/8”, 1/32” and 1/64”
Description
Part No.
300 mm/12”
LSR300
Lufkin Combination Square
300 mm
• Brass knurl nut and scriber head
• Sturdy zinc sock
• Made in U.S.A.
• Metric inch graduations
Part No.
LCS12
Black Cable Tie
Engineers Chalk
Description
Part No.
Engineers Soapstone Chalk Box EC125125
King Size Engineers
EC51075 m
Soapstone Splits
Multi-purpose Duct Tape
• Made from PVC
• Ideal for joining plactic sheets and ducting
• Excellent stretch, conformability and durability
• Carbon additives for UV protection, suitable
for continuous or extended exposure to
outdoor sunlight • Handy zip lock resealable closure bag • Resistant to most chemical acids • RoHS compliant • Tensile strength 22.2kg/50lbs Description
Part No.
300 × 4.8 mm (25 pk)
WB1225 m
General Purpose Gaffer
Tape
• Heavy grade cloth (80 mesh)
• Ideal for securing, sealing, holding, repairing,
binding and other tasks
Electrical PVC Tape
• Excellent stretch, conformability and durability
• Insultes and joins electrical wiring
• 18 mm ×20 m
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Description
PartNo.
Silver – 48 mm x 30m
AT099589
Silver– 50 mm x 10m
66623336623
Black
66623336457 m
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Compressors
Selection Chart
Model / Part No.
The BOC range of air compressors offers intelligent solutions for your
air requirements. Featuring cast iron, slow revving pumps and lower
operating temperatures, these air compressors offer durability and
improved performance.
All petrol models feature a world-leading power engine, while all
single phase models are manufactured with a lower voltage electric
motor for improved starting torque.
All BOC air compressors are fully backed by a nationwide service
network and minimum 12-month warranty so you can be confident
that your compressor is a worthy investment.
Compressor Model Specifications
Model / Part No.
Free Air Delivery
@ 100 psi (Single Stage)
Free Air Delivery
@ 150 psi (Two Stage)
Voltage
Motor Power (hp)
Amps Draw
Tank Size (L)
Max psi
Weight (kg)
Mounting (Portable, Stationary)
BOC5000 m
BOC17-3 m
235
300
—
—
240
2.5
—
40
145
52
P
240
3.2
13.5
55
120
88
P
P = Petrol, D = Diesel, ES = Electric start, HP = High Pressure, FB =
Fatboy
Spray Gun Low Pressure
Spray Gun High Pressure
Car Type Inflator
Truck Type Inflator
Grease Gun
Air Duster
4 Angle Air Grinder
Air Drill
Air Hammer
1/2 Ratchet Wrench
1/2 Impact Gun
High Torque 1/2 Impact Gun
High Torque 3/4 Impact Gun
1/4 Die Grinder
Plasma Cutter
⦁ Suitable, ⦁ Intermittant Use, ✕ Not Suitable
BOC5000 m
BOC17-3 m
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
✕
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
✕
✕
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
⦁
FAQ
Convert LPM (Litres per minute) to CFM (Cubic feet per minute)
• LPM / 28.3 = CFM
Can I use my compressor on an extension lead.
• The use of any type of extension lead will cause a voltage drop,
voltage drop can cause damage or failure in compressor motors. It
is recommended that when required, use a longer air hose not an
extension lead.
What size Generator will run my compressor.
• Recommendation is 3KvA for every 1 HP e.g. 2HP air compressor requires
a 6Kva Generator.
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Welding Protection
Welding Helmets and Accessories
BOC offers a wide range of quality welding helmets ideal for MIG,
TIG and arc welding.
Weld Guard® High Impact Welding Helmet
The Weld Guard high impact auto-darkening welding and grinding
helmet is ideal for MMA, MIG/MAG, and TIG welding. It’s variable
shade filter lens of shade 9-13 has a fast switching time – light to dark
in 0.3 ms. This comfortable helmet is fully standards compliant and
fits optional magnifying lenses. It comes with a two year conditional
warranty.
• Outer lens (mm): 110 x 97 and Inner lens (mm): 103.5 x 47
• Field of view (mm): 41 x 92
• Complies to AS/NZS 1337
Description
Part No.
High Impact Welding Helmet
WGWH04
Sweat band (2pk)
Front cover lens (10pk)
Inside cover lens (10pk)
WG2W3010
WG2W4700HR
WG2W4701
Spare Parts
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100XXi
“Step up to Speedglas”
• Made in Sweden with Auto-On
• New True-View for colour and contrast
• Largest viewing area on the market with peripheral SideWindows
• Peripheral SideWindows for enhanced vision
• Highest possible optical classification (1/1/1)
• Advanced TST (TIG Sensor Technology) down to industry leading 1 amp
• Weld, Cut, Grind, Hidden Arc, Outdoor, Passive and Tack
• Shades 5, 8, 9-13 with an extra light shade of 3
• Compliant with all relevant Australian & New Zealand standards
New Speedglas™ 9100XXi TrueView
We have forever changed the way welders see! The lens allows the welder
to recognise more colour and contrast in every weld. Plus a new silver front
with external controls allows easy access to grinding and memory modes.
*Available in Speedglas 9100XXi Helmets only.
Speedglas™
Welding Helmet
9100XXi
• New external button for grinding and
memory modes
• Aerodynamic exhaust vents to assist in
removing exhaled air
Description
9100XXi welding helmet
Part No.
AWS501826
Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet 9100XXi Air
with Adflo™ PAPR
• New external button for grinding and
memory modes
• New upgraded Adflo is super light with
rapid charge
• Required minimum protection factor of 50
• Two adjustable air flow settings 170/200 litres
per minute
Description
9100XXi with 3M™ Adflo™
PAPR – 8 hr*
*Approx hours run time.
Part No.
AWS507726 m
Speedglas™
Flip-Up
Welding
Helmet
9100XXi FX
• Flip-up mechanism reveals
a clear high impact grinding visor (AS/
NZS1337.1)
• Aerodynamic exhaust vents to assist in
removing exhaled air
Part No.
AWS541826
Speedglas™ Flip-Up
Welding Helmet 9100XXi
FX Air with Adflo™ PAPR
• Flip-up mechanism reveals a clear high impact
grinding visor (AS/NZS1337.1)
• New upgraded Adflo is super light with
rapid charge
• Required minimum protection factor of 50
• Two adjustable air flow settings 170/200 litres
per minute
Description
9100XXi FX with 3M™ Adflo™
PAPR – 8 hr*
Part No.
AWS547726 m
Speedglas™ Flip-Up
Welding & Safety Helmet
9100XXi MP Air with
Adflo™ PAPR
• Comfortable safety helmet provides overhead
protection (AS/NZS1801)
• Flip-up mechanism reveals a clear high impact
grinding visor (AS/NZS1337.1)
• New upgraded Adflo is super light with
rapid charge
• Required minimum protection factor of 50
• Two adjustable air flow settings 170/200 litres
per minute
Description
Part No.
9100XXi MP with 3M™ Adflo™
AWS577726 m
PAPR – 8 hr*
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Helmet Series 9100XXi Parts
1
Description
3
4
Part No.
1 Speedglas 9100 standard outside cover lenses pk=10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
AWS526000
Speedglas 9100 hard coated outside cover lenses pk=10
AWS527000
Speedglas 9100 FX/FX Air/MP Air clear grinding visor lens pk=5
AWS523000
Speedglas 9100XX/9100XXi inside cover lenses pk=5
Speedglas battery lithium pk=2
Speedglas head cape protection
AWS422000
AWS169100 m
Speedglas 9100 & 9100 Air head protection
AWS169005 m
Speedglas 9100/Air/FX/FX Air ear & throat protection
A
5
AWS528025
B
C
E
F
7
6
AWS169010 m
8
D
G
H
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100
“Image is Everything”
• Made in Sweden
• New shade 3 grind feature
• New smooth ratchet head harness
• High impact to Australian & New Zealand
Standards (AS/NZS 1337)
• Speedglas optical quality and comfort
• TST (TIG Sensor Technology) reacts down to
10 amps
• Magnifying lens holder
• Shades 3/8-12
• Industry leading 3 year warranty on lens
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Description
Part No.
Trojan Warrior
AWS751620
Ninja
Aces High
Xterminator
Razor Dragon
Ice Hot
Raging Skull
Combat
AWS751120
AWS751720 m
AWS752220
AWS752420 m
AWS752520
AWS752620 m
AWS752720 m
3M Speedglas Welding Helmet 100 Parts
Description
1 Speedglas 100 outside cover lenses pk=10
Speedglas 100, 10V & 9000 series inside cover lenses
2
pk=5
3 Speedglas battery lithium pk=2
4 Speedglas head cape protection
5 Speedglas 100/9000 series head protection
Viewing Area: 44 x 93mm
3
Part No.
AWS776000
AWS428000
1
AWS422000
AWS169100 m
AWS164009 m
2
4
5
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1
4
2
3M™ Welding Helmet 10V
5
3M™ Welding Helmet 10V Parts
As easy as 3, 2, 1, weld...
3 The THREE most commonly used dark shades for
welding with a super light shade of 3. Why pay
for shades you’ll never use?
Description
Part No.
1 3M 10V outside cover lenses pk=2
AWS126000
Speedglas 100, 10V & 9000 series inside cover
AWS428000
2
lenses pk=5
2 Only TWO sensitivity settings. Spend more time welding and less time
setting up your welding helmet.
1 A quality, comfortable and robust welding helmet from the number ONE
brand in welding PPE.
3
• Made in Sweden, super light with a two year warranty.
Part No.
3
Speedglas towelling sweatband pk=2
AWS167502 m
AWS167505
Speedglas towelling sweatband pk=5
4 Speedglas battery lithium pk=2
5 Speedglas head cape protection
AWS101110
AWS422000
AWS169100 m
3M™ Versaflo™ High Impact Headtop,
M-Series
“The Power to Protect Your World”
• Excellent peripheral and downward vision with exceptional optical clarity
• Coated lens provides chemical and scratch resistance
• Flame resistant face seal
• Head top attached earmuffs are available separately
• New upgraded Adflo is super light with rapid charge
• Required minimum protection factor of 50
• Two adjustable air flow settings 170/200 litres per minute
• Optional head, shoulder and neck cover
1
2
3M™ Versaflo™ Shield & Safety Helmet
M-307 with Adflo™ PAPR
• Respiratory, face & head protection
(AS/NZS1716, AS/NZS1337.1, AS/NZS1801)
Description
Part No.
AWS890307 m
with 3M Adflo PAPR – 8 hr*
™
™
*Approx hours run time.
3
3M Adflo Powered Air Purifying Respirator Parts
4
5
™
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Part No.
Speedglas pre-filter for Adflo PAPR pk=5
AWS836010
Speedglas organic vapour & acid gas filter for Adflo PAPR
AWS837242
Speedglas particle filter for Adflo PAPR
Speedglas upgraded Li-on standard battery for Adflo PAPR
Speedglas upgraded Li-on heavy duty battery for Adflo PAPR
Speedglas battery charger for the upgraded Adflo PAPR Li-ion
7 Speedglas self-adjusting breathing tube QRS for Adflo PAPR
AWS837010
AWS837630 m
AWS837631 m
AWS833111 m
AWS834016 m
6
7
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9000 Parts
Description
Part No.
1 Speedglas 9002 outside cover lenses pk=10
AWS426000 m
2 Speedglas 100, 10V & 9000 series inside cover lenses pk=5 AWS428000
3
Speedglas towelling sweatband pk=2
4 Speedglas battery lithium pk=2
5 Speedglas head cape protection
AWS422000
AWS169100 m
Cover Lens 9000 Outside S/R 145C (Pk=10)
AWS427000
Cover Lens Ext 9100 Heat Resistant Pk=10
AWS527070
Head Harness 100 & 9000
3
AWS705015
Omni-View Filters
●●
●●
Standard Filters (108 × 51mm)
Packaging with 1 Filter Lens plus cover lens
Description
Part No.
Description
Size
Part No.
BOC lift front
Light duty sweatband
Ratchet harness
453833BOC
453835BOC
453838BOC
Shade 10
Shade 11
Shade 12
108 x 51 mm
108 x 51 mm
108 x 51 mm
453924BOC
453925BOC
453926BOC m
BOC Magnification Lens
The BOC magnification lens fits into all
standard 108 x 51 mm welding helmets and
handshields to greatly assist the welder
while working.
Description
Size
Part No.
1.5 diopter
2.0 diopter
2.50 diopter
108 x 51 mm
108 x 51 mm
108 x 51 mm
454012BOC
454010BOC
454011BOC
2
AWS167502 m
AWS167505
Speedglas towelling sweatband pk=5
BOC Lift Front Helmet*
1
4
5
BOC Chipping Plates
Manufactured from polycarbonate for impact
resistance. Comforms to AS/NZS 1338.1
Description
Size
Part No.
Clear
108 x 51 mm
453999BOC
BOC Welding Filter Lenses
BOC Cover Plates*
Standard Filters
Coverplates protect your welding filter against
metal particles, incandescent projectiles and
the like, emitted during the welding process.
All BOC glass welding lenses are
manufactured from the highest quality glass.
They are Australian Standards approved to
AS/NZS 1338.1
Description
Size
Part No.
Shade 9 filter lens
Shade 10 filter lens
Shade 11 filter lens
Shade 12 filter lens
108 x 51 mm
108 x 51 mm
108 x 51 mm
108 x 51 mm
453853BOC
453854BOC
453855BOC
453856BOC
BOC CR39 and glass cover plates are designed
to protect the filter lens from heat and spatter
and comply to AS/NZS 1338.1
Description
Size
Part No.
Clear CR39
108 x 51 mm
453861BOC
WARNING:
Anti-spatter plate is not impact resistant and should not be
used when grinding.
*
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Welding Eyewear
Polycarbonate Lens
Description
Part No.
50mm Cover lens (pair) 453812BOC
BOC Gas Welding Goggles
• Soft pliable frame – comfortable to wear
• Goggles fit over prescription or safety
spectacles
• The lift front goggle has shade 5 glass filter
lenses (AS/NZS 1338.1) with polycarbonate
chipping lenses
• Non-reflective matt interior finish
• Replaceable lenses are available for the lift
front goggle
• Vented to prevent fogging
• Manufactured from PVC plastic and glass filled
nylon for lift front
Part No.
454031BOC
Welding Filters for
Lift Front Goggles
All BOC glass welding lenses are manufactured
from the highest quality glass. They are
Australian Standards approved and comply to
AS/NZS 1338.1 Lic. No. 493.
Description
Part No.
Shade 4 (Pair)
453809BOC m
453810BOC
453811BOC m
Shade 5 (pair)
Shade 6 (Pair)
UMATTA® Safety Goggles
• Convertible safety spectacle and goggle,
comes complete with temples (arms) and a
strap in a soft Umatta pouch
• Shade 5 for gas welding
Description
Part No.
Shade 5 lens (set)
USPOGGLE/SH5
Welding Gloves
Weld Guard Blue
Welding Gloves
®
• High quality butthide, reinforced palm
• Nominal 40 cm length, fully lined
Part No.
W743380
Weld Guard® Lefties
Welding Gloves
• Left hand only (sold in pairs of 2 Lefties)
• Nominal 40 cm length, fully lined
Part No.
W740019
Weld Guard® Red Leather
Gauntlet
• Red leather gauntlet
• Nominal 40 cm in length, fully lined
• Welding and foundry work glove
Part No.
W743395
Weld Guard® Premium
Gauntlet
• Reinforced palm for added strength
• Foam lining on palm and back insulates
against heat
• Cuff has denim lining for great strength and
durability
• Nominal 40 cm in length
Part No.
Weld Guard® Premium TIG
Glove
• Premium TIG welding glove made
from selected gain and split leather
• Longer 15 cm cuff for greater protection
• Full glove sewn with flame resistant stitching
Description
Part No.
Large
W8202G/K
W2987 m
Black and Gold Leather
Gauntlet
• Popular glove, black and
gold leather gauntlet, gold
welted seams
• Nominal 40 cm in length, fully lined
• Economical
Part No.
743373
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Welder’s Protective Leather Clothing
Weld Guard® Hi-Vis
Welder's Jacket
with Leather
Sleeves
Weld Guard®
Leather Welder's
Jacket
Weld Guard®
Leather
Welder’s
Aprons
• Day use only
• Fire Retardant cotton
drill body, leather
sleeves
• Complies to EN531
(protection against
heat and flame)
• Orange only
• Sizes: S–4XL
• Selected chrome split
leather with metal
press stud front
opening
• Double-breasted
(14 press studs)
• Protection against
welding spatter and
radiant heat
• 75 cm length
Size
Part No.
M
L
XL
W740225
W740226
W740227
• Made from selected
chrome split leather
with webbing straps
• Reinforced webbing
straps and strap
attachments
Size
Part No.
M
L
XL
2XL
W740261/OR m
W740262/OR
W740263/OR
W740264/OR m
Weld Guard®
Leather Welding
Sleeves (Pair)
Part No.
Bib apron, 106 x 61 cm
Bib apron, 91 x 56 cm
W743326 m
W743325
Weld Guard® Leather
Welder’s Trousers
• Premium grade chrome leather trousers
with webbing belt and snap-on buckle
• Available seatless for extra comfort
• Generous one size fits all (100 cm length)
• Premium grade
leather
• Full arm
coverage, 71 cm
length
• Easy-fit snap-on
buckle attachment
Part No.
Description
W743332
Weld Guard®
Leather Welder’s Leggings
• 40 cm leather leggings
with velcro
• Supported to eliminate sagging and for
extra protection
• Minimal exposed seams to work area
• Quick release if required
• Full boot and shin coverage
W743511
W743512
Weld Guard®
Leather Welder's Spats
• Premium grade, ankle length spats,
• Supported to eliminate sagging,
full boot coverage
• Quick release if required
• Minimal exposed seams to work areas
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Velcro release
W743518 m
Velcro release
W743328
Description
Part No.
With belt
With seat
W743511 m
W743512 m
Weld Guard®
Leather Knee Pads
• Chrome leather knee pads with thick dense
foam insert and quick release velcro and
elastic fastening
• Premium grade leather
• 40 mm foam insert
• Easy to fit or release
• Elbow or knee protection
Part No.
W743335 m
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Welder’s Protective Fire Retardant Clothing
Weld Guard®
Fire Retardant
Welder’s Jacket
• Manufactured from
flame retardant cotton
• Sewn with aramid
thread
• Cool and comfortable
• For light to moderate
welding only
• 75 cm length
Size
Part No.
M
L
XL
2XL
W740275
W740276
W740277
W740278
Weld Guard®
Fire Retardant
Welder’s Jacket
with Leather
Sleeves
• Manufactured from
flame retardant cotton
with premium grade
chrome leather
sleeves
• Flame retardant touch
tape fastening
• Sewn with aramid
thread
• Cool and comfortable
• For use with light to moderate welding only
• 75 cm length
Size
Part No.
XL
W740263 m
W743340
W743297
Weld Guard®
Retardant Welder’s
Snood
• Welder’s snood manufactured from
lightweight Retardant cotton
Part No.
W743523 m
Weld Guard®
Retardant Welder’s Hood
• Welder’s hood manufactured from lightweight
Retardant cotton
Description
Part No.
Without cord
With cord
W740297 m
W743340
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Standards for Fire Retardant Clothing
EN ISO 11612:2015(en) Protective Clothing against heat and flame
Clause no.
Test Methods
Testing Requirements
6.2.1
ISO 17493
Heat resistance at a temperature of 180°C.
6.4
ISO 5077
Change of dimensions (shrinkage)
6.3
ISO 15025: 2000
Methods of test for limited flamespread
Physical requirements.
6.5.1
ISO 13934 – 1
Tensile strength
6.5.2
ISO 13937 – 2
Tear strength
6.5.3
ISO 13938 – 1
Bursting strength (for knitted garments)
6.5.4
ISO 13935 – 2
Seam strength
Heat Transmission Performance Requirements.
7.2
ISO 9151
Convective Heat (code letter B)
7.3
ISO 6942
Radiant Heat (code letter C)
7.4 + 7.5
ISO 9185
Molten aluminium splash (code letter D) + Molten iron splash (code letter E)
7.6
ISO 12127
Contact heat (code letter F)
EN ISO 11611:2015(en) Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes
Class 1 – Protection against less hazardous welding techniques and situations
Class 2 – Protection against more hazardous welding techniques and situations
Clause no.
Test Methods
Testing Requirements
Class 1
Class 2
6.1
ISO 13934 – 1
Tensile strength
400 N
400 N
6.2
ISO 13937 – 2
Tear strength
20 N
20 N
6.3
ISO 13938 – 1
Bursting strength.
(for knitted garments)
200 kPa
200 kPa
6.4
ISO 13935 – 2
Seam strength
225 N
225 N
Dimensional change
<± 3%
<± 3%
<± 5%
<± 5%
6.5
• for woven materials
• for knitted materials
6.7
ISO 15025:2000
Methods of test for Limited
Flamespread
• Procedure A
(surface ignition)
• Procedure B
(edge ignition)
• No flaming to the top or either
side edge
• No hole formation
• No flaming or molten debris
• Mean afterflame < 2s
• Mean afterglow < 2s
• Procedure A
(surface ignition)
• Procedure B
(edge ignition)
• No flaming to the top or either
side edge
• No hole formation
• No flaming or molten debris
• Mean afterflame < 2s
• Mean afterglow < 2s
6.8
ISO 9150
Impact of spatter
> 15 drops
> 25 drops
6.9
ISO 6942
Heat transfer (radiation)
RHTI 24 > 7
RHTI 24 > 16
6.10
EN 11492
Electric resistance
> 10 to the power 5 O
> 10 to the power 5 O
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Workplace Safety
Weld Guard®
Silica/Vermiculite
Insulation/Welding
Blanket
HT 1600
1250 gsm
1.5 mm thick
●● Temp range to 1100ºC (Continuous maximum)
●● 1600ºC (Intermittent Molten Sparks)
●● High temperature range for greater flexibility
●● High resistance to corrosive acids for long life
span
●● Vermiculite treated for improved heat
dissipation
●● Golden Brown/Tan Colour
●●
●●
Description
1.8 × 0.9 m
1.8 × 1.8 m
Part No.
W740165 m
W740156 m
Weld Guard®
Welding Blanket HT 1760
• A continuous filament glass fabric that has
undergone a special heat cleaning process
• Heavyweight fabric commonly used for
welding and thermal protection, against
molten metal slag, fire and sparks
• The heat treatment reduces smoke emissions
from the fabric and helps to set the
weave pattern
Description
Part No.
1.8 × 1.0 m
1.8 × 2.0 m
1.0 × 50 m
W740150 m
W740151
W740153 m
Weld Guard® Leather
Blanket
Manufactured from premium grade chrome
split leather with or without eyelets
●● Drop sheets/curtains for equipment and
personal protection
●● Other sizes are available upon application
●●
Description
Part No.
2.0 × 2.0 m
W744474
2.0 × 3.0 m
744475 m
Warning/Caution Signs/
Dangerous Goods
Black & orange striped "Dangerous Goods"
Hazchem sign,
●● 270 x 270 Metal
●●
Welding Curtains
• For protection from dangerous ultraviolet rays
• Transparent for increased safety, and more
natural light at job
• Fire Retardant , UV stabilised
• Australian Standards Compliance: AS 3957
Description
Part No.
1.8 × 1.8 m - Green
1.8 × 2.0 m - Green
1.8 × 2.6 m - Green
W1818G
W1820G
W1826G
Flameguard
ABE Dry Chemical Powder
Fire Extinguisher
Description
Part No.
9.0 kg
2060/17 m
HLTM102.1M
HLTM102.2M m
HLTM102.4M m
HLTM110M m
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Personal Protective
Equipment
UniSafe® Safety Caps
Description
Part No.
White Non Vented
White Vented
Spare Parts and Accessories
Visor Holder
Clear Thermotuff+ Chinguard Visor
250 mm × 400 mm
Sweatband Terry Towelling
TA560WHITE
TA570WHITE
VH500
VV501
TA094
Faceshields
UVCH
UVISORCH
UVISORCHCG
UMATTA® High-impact
Complete Faceshields
• Fully assembled
• High-impact
• Ideal for industrial applications
• Indoor/Outdoor
Description
UVCHCG
Part No.
Browguard, head harness and
clear visor (assembled)
UVISORCH
Browguard, head harness, clear
visor and chinguard (assembled) UVISORCHCG
UMATTA® Polycarbonate
Visors
• UV 385 protection
• Polycarbonate visors
• Rated high-impact
• Durable and lightweight
Description
Level
High
impact
Clear polycarbonate visor with High
chin-guard Indoor/Outdoor use impact
Clear moulded polycarbonate
visor Indoor/Outdoor use
Note All BOC Welding shields and welding lenses meet AS/NZS 1337 and 1338.1.
Part No.
UVCH
UVCHCG
UMATTA® Browguard and
Head Harness
• Lightweight nylon browguard
• Fitted ratchet harness with adjustable knob
• Replaceable sweatband
Description
Part No.
Browguard with head harness
(assembled)
UBG
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Eyewear
UMATTA® 401
• Hard coat lens
• UV 400
• Lightweight frame
• Medium impact resistance
UMATTA® 612
Description
Part No.
Clear lens
Clear, anti-fog lens
Smoke lens
Smoke, anti-fog lens
U401C
U401CAF m
U401S
U401SAF m
UMATTA® Redline
• Protection and comfort with style
• Close fitting, anti-fog
• Hard coat, lightweight frames
• UV400 protection
• Black gloss frame
Description
Part No.
Smoke lens
Brown polarised lens
UREDLINE/S
UREDLINE/BRPOL
• One piece wrap around safety spec
• Anti-fog with anti-scratch
• Lightweight
• UV400
UMATTA® Barkly
• Hard coat lens
• UV 400
• Lightweight frame
• Medium impact resistance
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Clear, anti-fog lens
Smoke, anti-fog lens
U612CAF
U612SAF
Clear lens
Smoke lens
U0203C
U0202S
UMATTA® OCTANE
Smoke polarised lens reduces unwanted
sunglare while providing better visibility
with minimal colour distortion.
●● UV 400
●● Durable and lightweight frame
●●
Description
Part No.
Smoke polarised
UOCTANE/SMPOL
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Bollé Prowler
A black, high gloss, hydrated nylon frame with
co-moulded temple arms that use TP rubber for
improved grip and comfort.
●●
Black frame
Bollé Bandido
Bollé Prism
Prism is an ultra lightweight (only 22 grams), all
polycarbonate frame with no metal parts making
it a fully recyclable spectacle. The single piece
lens is optically correct and distortion free.
An all polycarbonate frame, Bandido provides
brilliant coverage for a wide variety of face
shapes. The single piece 10 base curved lens
is optically correct and distortion free. The vivid
amber lens offers advanced contrast and
perception in low light conditions.
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Smoke lens
Blue Flash lens
1626402 m
Clear lens
Smoke lens
1614401 m
Description
Part No.
1614402 m
Clear lens
1667201 m
1626404 m
Bollé Sidewinder
Bollé Raptor
Bollé Hurricane
The Hurricane features a velvet frame finish
over hydrated nylon for exceptional comfort,
outstanding fit and great style.
●●
Black frame
Description
Part No.
Smoke lens
Blue Flash lens
1662202 m
1662204 m
High gloss, dark gunmetal, dual material frame
Great visual clarity via distortion free lens
●● Rubber nose pads and temple tip inserts
for superior comfort and fit
●● Anti-fog/anti-scratch lens on both sides
on clear and smoke lens
●●
●●
Description
Part No.
Silver Flash lens
1613103 m
Bollé Rush Plus
Featuring New Platinum Coating - A high
performance anti-fog + anti-scratch coating
●● Adjustable PVC nose bridge plus co-moulded
temple arms for superior comfort and grip
●● Ultra light weight, 9 Base lens
●● Built in brow protection
●● Medium impact
●● AS/NZS 1337.1.2010
●●
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Bollé Blade
The lightweight, all polycarbonate frame
on Blade provides exceptional eye coverage.
Features high contour (10 base) lens with
crystal clear optics in the clear lens. Hard
coatings on all Flash lenses offers added
strength and protection.
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Clear lens
Smoke lens
1662301 m
1662302 m
Clear lens
Smoke lens
1668201 m
1668202 m
The high gloss, dark gunmetal dual material half
frame design of Sidewinder provides brilliant eye
coverage and the rubber nose pads and temple
tips offer superior comfort. The Ultra Light Brown
Smoke lens is an innovative coating that eliminates
the harmful effects of blue light while offering high
definition in low light conditions.
●●
Dark Gunmetal Frame
Description
Part No.
Clear lens
Smoke lens
1615501 m
1615502 m
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Clear Lens
1
UMATTA Seal Spec
10 base lens, CSA coverage
Lightweight design (under 20g)
●● Special hinge design makes the changing of lens
or strap quick and easy
●● Strap is interchangeable
●● Thin temple design for more earmuff
compatibility
●● Innovative lens design
●● Each set comes with lens, EVA foam cushion,
elastic strap and temples
●●
●●
Description
Part No.
Clear Lens Set
U103CAFHC
Smoke Lens Set
Smoke Lens
2
1
2
3
U103SAFHC
UMATTA® Safety Goggles
Convertible safety spectacle and goggle, comes
complete with temples (arms) and
a strap in a soft Umatta pouch
●● Available in Shade 5 for gas welding
●● Anti-fog UV 400 Protection hard coat lens
●● Approved to AS/NZS 1337
●●
Description
Part No.
Clear lens (Set)
USPOGGLE/C
U911G
Foam Cushion
3
Smoke lens with foam cushion and elastic strap
Smoke lens with temples
Elastic Strap
Smoke lens with foam cushion and temples
UMATTA® Wide View Safety
Goggle
Lightweight, flexible and durable
●● Indirect ventilation system minimises fogging
and provides splash resistance
●● Medium impact
●● Can be worn over most prescription glasses
●● Approved to Australian and New Zealand
Standards 1337:1992
●●
Part No.
USG5025 m
Bollé Tracker 2
A new design spectacle with high level dust
protection. The Tracker 2 offers a detachable
rubberised eye shield with venting, whilst the
adjustable 19mm head strap and closed cell foam
allows for a tight fit and exceptional comfort.
●●
Black frame
Description
Part No.
Clear Lens
1652001 m
U910G
UMATTA® Dust and Chemical Safety Goggles
Clear, anti-fog polycarbonate lens
Medium impact, wide vision, soft moulded and lightweight
●● Approved to AS/NZS 1337
●●
●●
Description
Safety dust goggles
(direct vents)
Part No.
Description
Part No.
U911G
Chemical goggles
(4 indirect vents)
U910G m
UMATTA®
Cleaning wipes
●●
Box 100 satchets
Part No.
U350
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Respirators and Filters
UMATTA® Respiratory Mask
UMATTA® Respiratory Mask
Protection
Protection
Dusts and mists produced where sanding, grinding, crushing and
processing of minerals is required.
Applications
Cement, glass, textiles, lead, coal, grain, wood, dust, asbestos and
many others commonly found in mining, building and farm work.
Description
Part No.
Cupped mask (pk 20)
Cupped mask with valve (pk 12)
DRM1CP1
DRM1CP1V
UMATTA® Flat fold Welding
Respiratory Mask with
Activated Charcoal and
Valve
Protection: Mechanical and thermally generated
particles, plus nuisance organic vapours such as
welding fumes.
Applications: Marble, silica, ferrous metals,
pharmaceuticals, pollen, ceramics, glass, cotton,
coal, aluminium, timbers, asbestos and many
others commonly found in foundry, chemical and
agricultural industries.
Dusts and mists produced where sanding, cutting, handling fibreglass,
removing paint, handling timber or plasterboard is required.
Applications
Marble, silica, ferrous metals, pharmaceuticals, pollen, ceramics, glass,
cotton, coal, aluminium, timbers, asbestos and many others commonly
found in foundry, chemical and agricultural industries.
Description
Part No.
Flat fold mask with valve (pk 12)
Cupped mask (pk 20)
Cupped mask with valve (pk 12)
DRM2FP2V m
DRM1CP2
DRM1CP2V
UMATTA® Cupped Welding
Respiratory Mask with
Activated Charcoal and
Valve
Protection :Dusts and mists produced where
sanding, cutting, handling fibreglass, removing
paint, handling timber or plasterboard is
required.
Applications: Marble, silica, ferrous metals,
pharmaceuticals, pollen, ceramics, glass, cotton,
coal, aluminium,timbers, asbestos and many
others commonly found in foundry, chemical and
agricultural industries.
Valved Option: Extra comfort and ease of
breathing in hot or heavy labour environments.
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Pack of 12
DRMWFP2V m
Pack of 12
DRMWCP2V
3M™ Welding Respirator
with valve
Protection against dusts, mists, welding fumes
(3M8514) and smoke
●● Cake resistant filter media reduces caking
of particles on the filter surface
●● Heavy duty adjustable straps help provide
a secure comfortable fit
●● 3M proprietary valve offers easy exhalation
and cool, dry comfort
●●
Description
Pack of 10
Part No.
3M8512 m
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3M™ Flat Fold Respirator
9300 Series
3M™ Particulate Respirators
Lightweight construction for added comfort
and increased wearer time.
●● Cupped shaped with adjustable nose clip for
better seal and fit.
●● 3M Proprietary exhalation valve help to reduce
heat and moisture build up, offering a cooler,
drier comfort.
●●
Description
Part No.
Dust/Mist Mask (pk 20)
Dust/Mist/Fume/Smoke
with valve (pk 10)
3M8710 m
3M8822 m
High Comfort: These respirators are designed
for a high level of comfort, convenience and fit.
The unique 3-panel design fits a wide range of
face shape and size. Use for protection against
hazards, such as, dusts, mists, fumes and smoke.
Available in P1 and P2 and also valved and nonvalved types.
Fits a wide range of face sizes
Low profile design provides a good field of
vision and easy use with safety glasses
™
●● 3M Cool flow valve help reduce heat and
moisture build up
●●
●●
Description
Part No.
Dust/Mist/Fume/Smoke
3M9320 m
(pk 20)
Dust/Mist/Fume/Smoke
3M9322 m
with valve (pk 10)
Respirator Kits
These kits are designed to provide respiratory
protection in a convenient and easy way and are
an ideal solution to get you started.
All kits include a 3M™ facepiece, filters, a pair of
3M™ Earplugs, 3M™ Respirator Cleaning Wipes
and a 3M™ Respiratory Protection Guide
To avoid moisture and contaminant exposure, the
respirators and accessories are stored in the handy,
resealable container.
Description
6000 Series Welding Respirator
Kit GP2
7000 Series Welding Respirator
Kit GP2
6000 Series Spraying Respirator
Kit A1P2
Part No.
3M6228 m
3M7528 m
3M6251 m
3M™ Full Face Respirator
6000 Series
The 3M Full Face Reusable Respirator 6000 series
is a low maintenance respirator that offers the
user comfort, convenience and easier breathing.
Comfort
• Lightweight, well balanced respirator
• Silicone face seal enhances comfort and
durability
3M™ Half Face Respirator
6000 Series
Simple and lightweight reusable respirator
●● Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) facepiece
●● Cradle head harness and easy to fasten neck
strap
●● Low profile and well balanced twin cartridge
and filter design
™
●● For use with 3M 2000, 5000 and 6000 series
cartridges and filters (sold separately)
●● Complies with AS/NZS 1716:2012
●●
3M™ Premium Half Face
Respirator 7500 Series
• Soft Silicone material for extra comfort
• Cradle head harness and adjustable, easy to
fasten neck strap
• Patented 3M Cool Flow exhalation valve
provides easier breathing while reducing heat
and moisture build up
• Shielded exhalation valve system to protect
valve from heat and dust
• Bayonet Filter fixing system, suitable for all 3M
disc and cartridge filters
• Meets the requirements of AS/NZS 1716:2003
Description
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Medium
Large
3M6200B
3M6300B
Medium
Large
3M7502B m
3M7503B m
Note: Filters are not included.
3M Cool Flow Exhalation valve
• Designed to make breathing easier
• Helps reduce heat and moisture build up
• Helps provide cool, dry comfort
Unique Centre Adapter
• Directs exhaled breath and moisture
downwards
• Smooth surface allows for quick and easy
cleaning
• Helps reduce debris from depositing in valve
area
Lens
• Wide field of vision helps provide excellent
visibility
• High impact polycarbonate visor
Description
Part No.
Medium
3M6800
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3M™ Gas and Vapour Cartridge Filters 6000 series and Particulate Filters 5000 series
The 3M™ Cartridge Filters 6000 Series attach to 3M™ Half and Full Face Respirators to provide gas and vapour protection.
Low profile and well balanced twin filter design
3M™ Bayonet Connection System ensures precise and secure locking
●● Meets the performance requirements of AS/NZS 1716:2012
●● The Particulate filter (3M5925) attached to the retainer (3M501) provides particulate protection
●●
●●
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Applications
Description
Type
Part No.
For protection against organic vapours and/or acid
Organic Vapours,
gases such as sulphur dioxide, hydrogen chloride,
(boiling point > 65ºC)
chlorine, chlorine dioxide and many other acid gases in Inorganic and Acid Gases
a wide range of chemical industries.
3M6057B m
For protection against Multi-gas†: organic vapours,
Multi-Gas: Organic Vapours,
chlorine, hydrogen chloride, sulphur dioxide, hydrogen (boiling point > 65ºC)
fluoride, ammonia, methylamine and formaldehyde.
Inorganic and Acid Gases,
Ammonia and Methylamine
3M6059B
P2 protection against dusts and mists, including those
containing oil. For use with the 6000 series cartridges
and the 3M501 retainer.
Particulate Filter used in
conjunction with 6000 Series
Cartridge Filters
(5 Pairs)
3M5925
Holds the 3M5925 P2 particulate filter onto the 6000
series gas/vapour cartridges to provide combination
particle/ gas/ vapour protection to the wearer.
Particulate Filter Retainer to
hold the 3M5925 Particulate
Filter
3M501
*Nuisance levels are those levels below the Workplace Exposure Standards (WES).
3M™ Particulate Filters 2000 series and 6000 series
These filters attach to the 3M™ Half and Full Face Respirators to provide particulate protection.
Lightweight and low breathing resistance
Low profile and well balanced twin filter design
™
●● 3M Bayonet Connection System ensures precise and secure locking
●● Meets the performance requirements of AS/NZS 1716:2012
™
●● 3M Bayonet Fixing System ensures precise and secure locking
●●
●●
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Applications
Description
Type
Part No.
For protection against welding fume, ozone, polishing and Particulate, Ozone and
grinding particles. Also for spraying pesticides or herbicides Agricultural type Organic
with vapour pressure <1.3 Pa @ 25°C.
Vapours with low vapour
pressure, Nuisance level
Acid Gas
For protection against toxic particles such as mould
remediation. Also for nuisance level** acid gases and
organic vapours with low vapour pressure <1.3 Pa @ 25°C.
Particulate, Ozone and
Agricultural type Organic
Vapours with low vapour
pressure, Nuisance level
Acid Gas
*Nuisance levels are those levels below the Workplace Exposure Standard (WES).
† P3 protection achieved only when worn with a 3M Full Face Respirator, provides P2 protection with a half face respirator.
‡
Refer to local Government Guidelines (Worksafe NZ or Safe Work Australia).
3M2128
3M2138
†
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Hearing Protection
UMATTA® Class 4 Earmuffs
UMATTA® Class 5 Earmuffs
• Lightweight
• Padded headband
• Vinyl cushion for comfort
• Headband and swivel pivot on cup
• SLC80 27 dB
• AS/NZS 1270:200Z
• Lightweight
• Padded headband
• Vinyl cushion for comfort
• Headband and swivel pivot on cup
• SLC80 29 dB
• AS/NZS 1270:200Z
Part No.
Part No.
UEM100
Howard Leight
Max™
UMATTA® Earplugs
Smooth and soft polyurethane disposable
earplugs. Cone shaped for easy insertion and
excellent seal. With or without Cord.
●●
SLC80 27 dB, Class 5
Description
Part No.
Un-corded (box 200 pairs)
Corded (box 100 pairs)
UEPUC
UEPC
Howard Leight QB2™ Quiet
Bands
Lightweight, comfortable and compact design
QB2’s Supra-Aural design features pads that
are partially inserted into the ear
●● SLC80 21 dB, Class 3
●●
●●
Description
UEM102
Part No.
Banded Supra-Aural earcaps
QB2 m
(box 10)
QB2 Replacement foam earcaps
QB200EA m
(ea)
Tapered and pre-shaped, follows the contour
of the ear canal providing for easy insertion
and a comfortable, natural seal
●● SLC80 26 dB, Class 5
●●
Description
Part No.
Max foam (box 200 pairs)
Max foam Corded (box 100)
Max refill pack (box 500 pairs)
MAX-1
MAX-30 m
MAX-1-D m
3M™EAR Express™Pod
Reusable Plugs
• Soft, smooth, self-adjusting polyurethane foam
provides low pressure comfort with excellent
attenuation
• Washable and reusable
• All day comfort; non-irritating
• SLC80 19 dB, Class 3
Description
Part No.
Express Pod earplugs Corded
(Box 100)
321-2115 m
Howard Leight LaserLite™
Tapered and pre-shaped to ear canal
Provides easy insertion, comfortable seal
●● SLC80 25 dB, Class 4
●●
●●
Description
Part No.
LaserLite foam (box 200 pairs)
LaserLite foam Refill (box 500)
LL-1
LL-1-D m
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Gloves
UMATTA® Foam Nitrile
Glove
Lightweight, comfortable and dexterous glove
Good grip in dry or oily conditions
●● Mechanical hazard rating 3132
●● Ideal for a wide range of applications
UMATTA® Silverback
Lightweight, comfortable and dexterous glove
Good grip in dry or oily conditions
●● Provides excellent abrasion resistance
●● Ideal for a wide range of applications
●● Mechanical hazard rating 4211
●●
●●
●●
●●
Description
Part No.
Small (7)
Medium (8)
Large (9)
XL (10)
U5136R/S m
U5136R/M m
U5136R/L m
U5136R/XL m
Description
Part No.
Medium
Large
XL
U5267/M m
U5267/L m
U5267/XL m
Premium Cow
Grain Riggers Beige
25 cm length
●● General purpose work glove,
material handling and driving
●●
Candy Stripe Economical
C andy stripe style, economical quality 3 piece
leather palm, knuckle bar
●● General purpose work glove
●●
Part No.
743313
Heat Guard™
Aluminised Glovesavers
Aluminised back
●● Welding glove protection from radiant heat
●● Leather palm
●●
Size
Part No.
Left Hand
Right Hand
743301 m
743302 m
Description
Part No.
Small
Medium
Large
XL
743405
743342
743341
470154 m
Hi-Vis Glove Clip
Hi-Vis Glove Clip
High visibility clip attaches
work gloves to worker
●● Safety breakaway
●● Robust
●● Dielectric
●● Double jaw configuration
●●
●●
Part No.
GK24FLOR
UMATTA® Silverback Lite
Lightweight, comfortable and dexterous glove
Repels liquids for excellent wet or dry grip
●● Extra ventilation with good tactile sensitivity
●● Provides excellent abrasion resistance
●● Knitted cuffs fit snugly around the wrist and
help prevent particles from entering
●●
●●
Description
Part No.
Small
Medium
Large
XL
U5300/S m
U5300/M
U5300/L
U5300/XL
UMATTA® Mechanic Glove
Lightweight and comfortable
Snug fitting glove with adjustable wrist straps
●● Extra padding for protection where you need it
the most
●● Nylon lycra back gives your hand extra
maneouvrability
●● Velcro fasteners around the wrist help prevent
particles from entering the glove
●● Ideal for a wide range of applications
●●
●●
Size
Part No.
Small
Medium
Large
XL
2Xl
U9001/S m
U9001/M
U9001/L
U9001/XL
U9001/2XL
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Clothing
Bisley 3M Taped Two Tone Hi‑Vis
Cool Lightweight Shirt (BS6896)
100% Cotton Preshrunk Drill 155gsm, 100%
Cotton Open Mesh 200gsm
●● 3M 8910 Reflective taped hoop pattern
around body
●● Vertical cotton mesh back ventilation
●●
●●
Colours: Yellow/Navy (TT01), Orange/Navy (TT02)
Underarm cotton mesh ventilation
Two chest pockets with button down flaps
●● Left pocket with pen division
●● Full gusset sleeve cuff
●● Two piece structured contrast coloured collar
Bisley Two Tone Hi‑Vis
Drill Shirt (BS6267)
100% Cotton Preshrunk Drill 190gsm
Two chest pockets with button down flaps
●● Left pocket with pen divsion
●● Two piece contrast coloured structured collar
●● Two button adjustable sleeve cuff
●● Colours: Orange/Navy (TT02)
●●
●●
●●
●●
Size
Yellow/Navy
Orange/Navy
Size
Part No.
Medium
Large
XL
2XL
9317326925704
9317326925711
9317326925728
9317326925735
9317326925582 m
9317326925599 m
9317326925605 m
9317326925612 m
Medium
Large
XL
2XL
9328894580059
9328894580066
9328894580073
9328894580080
Bisley Original Cotton Drill
Work Pant (BP6007)
●●
Bisley Original 8 Pocket
Cargo Pant (BPC6007)
●●
●●
100% Cotton Preshrunk Drill 310gsm
Mobile phone pocket on right side
●● Seven reinforced belt loops
●● Single front pleats
●● Back patch pockets
●● Two side angled pockets
●● Coin pocket in waistband
●● YKK zipper
●● Colours: Navy (BPCT)
100% Cotton Preshrunk Drill 310gsm
Adjustable side tab on waistband
●● YKK zipper
●● Two side angled pockets
●● Two side welt pockets
●● Two side cargo pockets with touch tape flaps
●● Two back flat pockets with touch tape flaps
●● Colours: Navy (BPCT)
●●
Size
Part No.
Size
Part No.
82R
87R
92R
97R
102R
9313155739178
9313155739185
9313155739192
9313155739208
9313155841932
82R
87R
92R
97R
102R
9328894273906
9328894273913
9328894273920
9328894273937
9328894273944
ESCAPE™ Socks
Made from premium quality yarns, ESCAPE socks
are soft to touch and very comfortable.
92% Bamboo fibre, 8% Elastine
Anti-bacterial
●● Colour: Navy
●● Sizes: 6 –10, 11–12, 12–15
●●
●●
Description
Part No.
6–10
11–12
12–15
E600005/NY/6-10
E600005/NY/11-12
E600005/NY/12-15 m
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ESCAPE™ Isa Jacket and Pants
High visibility breathable jacket that’s fully
waterproof for day and night use. Upper back
cooling vents and mesh lining help keep air
flowing for extra wearer comfort. Heavy-duty
zipper, two extended hip pockets and concealed
hood. Neoprene storm cuffs help keep water out
and the wearer dry.
Size
Jacket
Large
XL
2XL
Pants
Large
XL
2XL
3
300D Oxford/Polyurethane outer shell
Fully waterproof with sealed seams
●● Day / Night Use
●● AS/NZS 4602.1999
●● Colour: YE (Yellow), OR (Orange)
●● Sizes: L-2XL
●●
●●
Yellow
Orange
E400030/YE/L m
E400030/YE/XL m
E400030/YE/2XL m
E400030/OR/L m
E400030/OR/XL m
E400030/OR/2XL m
E400040/YE/L m
E400040/YE/XL m
E400040/YE/2XL m
E400040/OR/L m
E400040/OR/XL m
E400040/OR/2XL m
1
Lightweight mesh lining
3
4
Concealed hood
2
5
5
1
4
2
Garment conforms to AUST/NZ Standards
AS/NZ 4602:1999 and AS/NZ 1906:1997
Neoprene storm cuffs
Upper back cooling vents and mesh lining help
keep air flowing for extra wearer comfort.
STEEL BLUE Hobart
Elastic-Sided Safety Boot
Ankle length pull-on
Steel-toe capped boot with bump cap
●● Polyurethane midsole/Thermo Plastic
Urethane outsole
●● Water-resistant waxy leather
●● Colour: B
LK (Black)
●● Sizes 5-14 & 6.5-13.5
●●
●●
Part No.
322101/BLK/size
Howler Canyon
Howler Kokoda
Lace-Up Boot
Elastic Sided Steel Cap Boot 150mm lace up ankle boot with padded collar
140mm ankle height, elastic sided, pull on
boots with 200J safety steel toe cap making it
ideal for light industry and rural work
●● Buffalo water-resistant waxy leather and
stitched with nylon thread
●● Generous and comfortable wide-fit
●● Lined with Polymesh which is a soft, nonabrasive, hydrophobic material that wicks
perspiration away from the foot, enabling the
skin to remain cool and dry
●● Directly moulded PU midsole for greater shock
absorption, anti-static TPU outsole for superior
wear properties, heavy-duty, flexible antibacterial non-woven insole
●● Full length EVA footbed for additional support
and comfort
●● Meets AS/NZS 2210.3 standards
●● Colour: Black
●● Sizes 5-13
●●
STEEL BLUE Argyle
Lace-Up Safety Boot
Steel Toecap, TPU Outsole and Bump Cap
145 mm ankle length lace-up safety boot
●● Fully lined
●● Padded ankle and tongue
●● Colour: B
K (Black)
●● Sizes 5-14
●●
●●
Part No.
322102/BK/size
Part No.
432452/BLK/size
●●
and tongue, and 200J safety steel toe-cap
Buffalo water-resistant waxy leather with full
linings stitched with nylon thread
●● Non-corrosive lacing
●● The boot is lined with Polymesh which is a soft
non-abrasive, hydrophobic material that wicks
perspiration away from the foot, enabling the
skin to remain cool and dry.
●● Directly moulded polyurethane midsole for
greater shock absorption. The outsole features
anti-static thermoplastic urethane (TPU) for
superior wear properties
●● The full length innersole offers additional
support and comfort. It is made from soft
EVA that will retain its shape and thickness
throughout the life of the boot.
●● Meets AS/NZS 2210.3 standards
●● Colour: Black
●● Sizes 5-13
●●
Part No.
432454/BLK/size
For more information contact the BOC Customer Engagement Centre on
0800 111 333
BOC Limited WN007748
970–988 Great South Road, Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand
Phone 0800 111 333, www.boc.co.nz
© BOC Limited 2017. BOC is a trading name of BOC Limited, a member of the Linde Group. Details given in this document are believed to be correct at the time of printing.
Whilst proper care has been taken in the preparation, no liability for injury or damage resulting from its improper use can be accepted.
MP15-0405-9 NZ FDAUS 0517
www.boc.co.nz
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