Welding technique
Welding technique
Welding filler metals
Electrodes
Rods
Wires
WIG rods
Autogenous rods
Solders
Fluxing agent
Welding filler metals
Low and medium alloyed steel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 361 – 387
Rustproof / acidic steels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 388 – 401
Heat-resistant steels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 402 – 415
Special applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 416 – 418
Nickel, cast iron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 419 – 427
Aluminium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 428 – 442
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 443 – 449
Wear-resistant build-up welding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450 – 462
Flux cored wires for joint welding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 463 – 467
Soft / silver solders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 468 – 471
Hard / silver solders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 472 – 483
Fluxing agents, soft and hard solder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 484 – 485
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Product overview
TECHNOLIT® designation
Material no.
AG 30 U
2,5166
AG 34 U
Page
TECHNOLIT® designation
Material no.
481
Fluxing agent brass
–
484
2,5157
481
Fluxing agent for fittings soft solder
–
485
AG 54
–
482
Fluxing agent paste AL-100
–
485
AG 56
2,5165
482
Fluxing agent silver soft solder
–
485
AG 56 UX
2,5159
483
Fluxing agent silver solder
–
484
AG 57 U
2,5165
482
Fluxing agent soft solder
–
485
AG 63 U
2,1213
481
Friction solder
–
470
AG 65
2,1467
480
Galva-Zn (GMAW wire)
–
380
Agrar Dur 700
–
456
Gambit® HA solid wire DUR 600
–
451
Agrar Dur 700 (GMAW wire)
1,2606
457
Gambit® Nicro
1,4316
392
Agrar-Fil
Special alloy
454
Gambit Nicromo
1,4430
392
Agrar-Fil (GMAW wire)
Special alloy
455
Gambit® SG III
–
377
AL 100
3,2585
440
GS 30
–
422
AL 200 FG
–
441
GS 31
–
424
AL 400
–
442
GS 32
–
425
Albronze (TIG rod)
2,0921
449
GS 35 „Multicast“
–
427
1,4718
455
®
Page
Albronze 800
2,0921
448
HA rod electrode DUR 600
Allstar
1,5424
372
HE 610
1,3255
451
Aloxal (GMAW wire)
3,3536
434
HE 620
–
452
Aloxal (TIG rod)
3,3536
434
HE 630
1,4718
452
Alu-Variomax (GMAW wire)
3,3546
436
HE 650
–
453
Alu-Variomax® (TIG rod)
–
436
HE 670
–
453
Alu-wire (MIG)
3,3548
435
Inomax 2 (GMAW wire)
1,4551
396
Alu-wire (WIG)
3,3548
435
Inomax 4 (GMAW wire)
1,4576
396
Alumax (TIG rod)
3,3556
438
MA 20
2,0367
477
Alupur (GMAW wire)
3,0805
430
MA 20 F
2,0367
478
Alupur (TIG rod)
3,0805
430
MA 25 K
2,0533
478
Alusil (GMAW wire)
3,2245
431
MA 30 D
2,0533
479
Alusil (TIG rod)
3,2245
431
MIG Soldermax
2,1461
446
Alusil-S (GMAW wire)
3,2585
432
Mo (GMAW wire)
1,5424
385
Alusil-S (TIG rod)
3,2585
433
Mo (TIG rod)
1,5424
386
Bronze 1 (TIG rod)
2,1006
443
MSG 14
1,4009
401
Bronze 2 (GMAW wire)
2,1022
444
MSG 19-12-3
1,4430
395
Bronze 2 (TIG rod)
2,1022
444
MSG 19-9
1,4316
393
Duplex (GMAW wire)
1,4462
401
MSG 22
1,4337
405
Duplex (TIG rod)
Similar to 1,4462
400
MSG 23
1,4370
403
F-207 (GMAW wire
1,4370
466
MSG 25
1,4842
409
F-208 (GMAW wire)
1,4316
466
MSG 27
1,4820
410
F-409 (GMAW wire)
1,4459
467
MSG 33
2,4831
419
F-416 (GMAW wire)
1,4430
467
MSG 37
2,4806
421
F-600 DUR (GMAW wire)
–
457
MSG 44
1,4332
414
F-650 Abratec (GMAW wire)
–
458
MSG 68 Corten
–
383
F-800 (GMAW wire)
–
463
N-A-XTRA
–
382
F-900 (GMAW wire)
–
464
N-A-XTRA-S
–
382
F-920 OA (GMAW wire)
–
464
Nicro (electrode)
1,4316
392
F-940 (GMAW wire)
–
465
Nicromo (electrode)
1,4430
392
Fittings soft solder
2,3691
469
NOX 229
1,4337
407
Fluxing agent aluminium „new generation“
–
485
NOX 9000 Premium
–
408
®
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TECHNOLIT® designation
Material no.
NS 10 F
2,0711
NT 90
Page
TECHNOLIT® designation
Material no.
479
TS 90
–
362
–
423
TS 91
–
363
NT 92
–
426
TS 92
–
363
SA 100
1,1116
473
TS 95
–
364
SA 200
1,0459
473
TS 96
–
364
SA 300
1,6215
473
TS 97
–
365
SA 400
1,5425
474
TS Co 1
–
462
Sn-Ag soft solder
2,3690
469
TS Cromo 1
1,7339
384
Sn-Fg soft solder
2,3830
468
TS Cromo 2
1,7384
386
Sn-watering tin
–
469
TS Duplex
1,4462
400
Soldermax
2,1461
446
TS Inomax 2
1,4551
397
Soldermax (TIG rod)
2,1461
447
TS Inomax 4
1,4576
398
Spengler solder
2,1462
477
TS N-A-XTRA
–
382
Spengler solder AG
2,1462
480
TS Nut Standard
–
417
Thermofix
–
418
TS SG 3 bright shiny
1,5130
379
Tin-bronce
2,1056
445
TS SG II
1,5125
375
Tinning case set
–
470
TS special vehicle construction wire
1,5130
379
TS 10 K
–
449
TS Unifix
–
366
TS 1000 Super®
–
368
TS-SG 2 „premium“
–
376
TS 11 A
3,2585
429
TS-SG 3 „premium“
–
378
TS 12 A
3,2245
429
TS-SG III copper-plated
–
377
TS 144
–
365
ULTRADUR
Special alloy
459
TS 177
–
366
Ultramax (GMAW wire)
–
460
TS 2000 Super®
–
369
Watering tin Ultra BF 900
–
471
TS 22
1,4337
404
WIG 19-12-3
1,4430
394
TS 22 Super
1,4337
406
WIG 19-12-3
1,4430
395
TS 23
–
403
WIG 19-9
1,4316
393
TS 25
1,4842
409
WIG 19-9
–
394
TS 2500
–
370
WIG 22
1,4337
405
TS 28
2,4620
415
WIG 23
1,4370
404
TS 35
2,4648
420
WIG 25
1,4842
410
TS 3500
1,4519
399
WIG 27
1,4820
411
TS 44 Super
1,4430
390
WIG 33
2,4831
420
TS 44 ZX®
1,4459
412
WIG 35
1,4519
399
TS 4400
1,4431
413
WIG 37
2,4806
421
TS 45
1,4316
389
WIG 44
1,4332
414
TS 45 Fall
–
391
WIG 45
Similar to 1.2567
461
TS 45 Super
1,4430
390
WIG Soldermax
2,1461
447
TS 46
1,4316
389
WIG Ti
3,7036
439
TS 46 S
–
391
WIG W 60
1,3348
461
TS 66
1,5424
371
WIG-N
1,5125
377
TS 68 Corten
–
383
Zinkromax® (electrode)
–
367
TS 75
–
362
Zinkromax® (GMAW wire)
1,5112
381
TS 80
–
373
TS 85
–
373
TS 87
–
374
TS 88
–
374
TS 88 S
–
375
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Explanation of the standard sign structure
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 2560-A
Example: Rod electrode TS 2000 Super®
DIN EN ISO 2560-A
European
standard
Electrode
E 42 0 …
Minimum
yield strength
(Table 1)
Notched bar
impact value
(Table 2)
Chemical
composition
(Table 3)
1
RR
2
…
Hydrogen
content
(Table 7)
Current
type/Yield
(Table 5)
Coating
type
(Table 4)
Welding
position
(Table 6)
Table 5
Table 1
Index
Ret.
Rm
Z
(N/mm2) (%)
Table 3
Alloy
type
Mn
–
2,0 –
–
1,4 0,3-0,6 –
35
355 440-570 22
38
380 470-600 20
42
420 500-640 20
Mo Mo (%)
Ni
Current type
1)
1
<105 AC and DC
2
<105 DC
3
>105<125 AC and DC
4
>105<125 DC
5
>125<160 AC and DC
460 530-680 20
MnMo 1,4-2,0 50
500 560-720 18
1Ni
1,4 –
0,6-1,2
2Ni 1,4 –
1,8-2,6
3Ni 1,4 –
2,6-3,8
–
0,6-1,2
6
>125<160
DC
0,3-0,6 0,6-1,2
7
>160 AC and DC
8
>160 DC
Index
min.
47 J (°C)
Mn1Ni 1,4-2,0 1NiMo Z
1,4 –
Yield (%)
46
Table 2
0,3-0,6 Index
every other agreed
composition
Table 7
Indicator
max.
hydrogen
content
(ml/100
g weld
material)
H 5
5
H10
10
H15
15
Z
no req.
A
+20
0
0
2
-20
3
-30
A = acid coated
4
-40
C = cellulose coated
5
-50
R = rutile coated
1
6
-60
RR = thick rutile coated
2 all positions, except vertical-down
1) AC with open circuit voltage max. 65 V
Table 4
RC = rutile cellulose coated
RA = rutile acid coated
RB = rutile basic coated
B = basic coated
Table 6
Index
Welding positions
all positions
3 butt weld in downhand position,
fillet weld in downhand and
horizontal position
4 butt and fillet weld in downhand
position
5 for vertical-down weld as index 3
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Welding fillers for:
Low and medium alloyed steel
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
TS 75 – Rutile-acid rod electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 4 RA 53
362
TS 90 – Vertical-down electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
362
TS 91 – Assembly and vertical-down electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 38 0 RC 11
363
TS 92 – All-round electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
363
TS 95 – Contact electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
364
TS 96 – Connection electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
364
TS 97 – Assembly and vertical-down electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
365
TS 144 – Universal assembly electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 38 0 RC 11
365
TS Unifix – Rod electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 35 0 RC 11
366
TS 177 – Thin sheet metal electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
366
Zinkromax – Electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
367
TS 1000 Super – Vertical-down seam universal electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
368
TS 2000 Super® – Automatic electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
369
TS 2500 – Rutile-covered high performance electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560: E 38 0 RR 53
370
TS 66 – Concrete super electrode
1.5424
DIN EN ISO 3580-A: E 46 0 Mo R 12
371
Allstar – Super all-round electrode
1.5424
DIN EN ISO 3580-A: E 46 O MO R12
372
TS 80 – Rutile-basic electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 38 2 RB 12
373
TS 85 – Basic electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 4 B 32 H5
373
TS 87 – Basic electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 6 B 42 H5
374
TS 88 – Basic double-coating electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 4 B 12 H 10
374
TS 88 S –Basic electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 6 B 12 H10
375
TS SG II – MSG shielding gas welding wire
1.5125
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 2 C/M G3Si1
375
TS-SG 2 „premium“
–
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 4 M21 3Si1
376
WIG-N
1.5125
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: W 42 5 W3 Si 1
377
TS-SG III copper-plated – MSG shielding gas welding wire
–
DIN EN ISO 14341-A : G 46 4 M G4 Si1
377
TS-SG 3 „premium“
–
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 46 5 M21 4Si1
378
TS SG 3 bright shiny – MSG shielding gas welding wire
1.5130
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 46 5 M21 4Si1
379
TS-Special automotive construction wire –
1.5130
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 46 5 M21 4Si1
379
–
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 2Si1
380
®
®
MSG shielding gas welding wire
MSG Galva-Zn
Zinkromax – MSG shielding gas welding wire
1.5112
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 2 M/A/C G3Si1
381
N-A-XTRA – MSG wire electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 16834-A: G 69 4 M Mn 3 Ni 1 Cr Mo
382
N-A-XTRA-S – MSG wire electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 16834-A: G 89 6 M Mn 4 Ni 2 Cr Mo
382
TS 68 Corten – Basic rod electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 46 4 ZB 42 H5
383
MSG 68 Corten – Container steel and container construction wire electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 2 M/C GO
383
TS Cromo 1 – Heat resistant pipe steel and boiler construction
electrode
1.7339
DIN EN ISO 3580-A: E CrMo 1 B 42 H5
384
MSG Cromo 1 – High temperature resistant wire electrode
1.7339
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: G CrMo 1 Si
384
WIG Cromo 1 – Heat resistant WIG electrode
1.7339
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: W Cr Mo 1 Si
385
®
MSG Mo – High temperature resistant wire electrode
1.5424
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: G Mo Si
385
WIG Mo – WIG-rod
1.5424
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: W Mo Si
386
TS Cromo 2 – Heat-resistant pipe steel and boiler construction electrode
1.7384
DIN EN ISO 3580: E CrMo2 B 42 H5
386
MSG Cromo 2 – High temperature resistant wire electrode
1.7384
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: G CrMo 2 Si
387
WIG Cromo 2 – Heat resistant WIG electrode
1.7384
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: W Cr Mo 2 Si
387
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Rutile-acid rod electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 75
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 4 RA 53
EN 499: E 42 4 RA 53
AWS A-5.1: E 7027
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile-acid rod electrode for butt-joining horizontal and horizontal-vertical fillet welds, and
for butt-joining low carbon steel. The welded seam is extremely smooth and fine-scaled.
Very little splatter and easily removable slag.
1.0035 – 1.0561, 1.0345, 1.0425,
1.0440, 1.0472, 1.0475, 1.0416
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Weld positions:
Art No.
101 075 25
101 075 32
101 075 40
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
= +–
~ AC
Description
TS 75
TS 75
TS 75
Notch impact value:
DC (+/-)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
450 mm
450 mm
20 - 22 %
> 47 J (- 40 °C)
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Vertical-down electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 90
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
DIN EN 499: E 42 0 RC 11
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
Base materials:
Qualities:
Coated electrode, medium-thick rutile-cellulose coating for universal application. The
special strength of this electrode is the vertical-down weld seam area. The weld material
is semi-liquid and allows for good gap bridging. The connection with the base material is
notch-free. Good seam appearance, easily removable slag.
Weld positions:
Low alloyed steels: St 33 to St 52.3
Boiler plates:
HI, HII, 17 Mn4
Pipe steels:
St 35 to St 52.4
StE 210.7 to StE 360.7
Shipbuilding steels:
A, B, D
Cast steel:
GS-38 to GS-52
Mechanical quality values:
Current type/polarity:
=–
Yield strength:
DC (-)
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
~ AC
Notch impact value:
TÜV
approved
Art No.
100 902
100 903
100 904
> 420 MPa
500 – 650 MPa
Description
TS 90
TS 90
TS 90
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
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>420 MPa
510 - 610 MPa
>22 %
>47 J(0 °C)
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Assembly and vertical-down electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 91
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 38 0 RC 11
DIN EN 499: E 38 0 RC 11
AWS A 5.1: E 6012
Base materials:
Qualities:
Coated electrode, medium-thick rutile cellulose coating for weldings in the areas
assembly, workshop and repairs. Excellently suitable for vertical seams in the
vertical-down seam area. The special characteristic of this electrode is that it can be
welded well, in particular on the assembly sector, in all positions, with the same
voltage, from top to bottom. Good gap bridging due to the semi-liquid weld material.
Easily removable slag. Good seam appearance.
General construction steels: S 185 - S 355 J22
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D
Boiler plates: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Cast steel: 1.0420 (GS 38) - 1.0552 (GS 52)
Pipe steels: L 210 - L 360
Thin metal sheets: EN 10130
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=–
DC (-)
Yield strength:
360 - 380 MPa
Tensile strength:
450 - 600 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
~ AC
>22 %
>47 J (0 °C)
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
100 922
100 923
100 924
100 925
Description
TS 91
TS 91
TS 91
TS 91
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
22 kg
25 kg
22 kg
25 kg
All-round electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 92
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
EN 499: E 42 0 RC 11
AWS A5.1: E 6013
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rod electrode with rutile cellulose coating, suitable for welding in all positions. This
electrode can be used universally for assembly welding, shop welding and repair welding.
Also excellent for tack welding. The slag is easy to remove.
S235JR, S275JR, S235J2G3 – S355J2G3, P235GH,
P265GH, P255NH, P235T1 – P355T1, P235T2 –
P355T2, P235G1TH, P255G1TH, L210 – L360 NB,
S235JRS1 – S235J2S1, S235JRS2 – S235J2S2
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=–
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
DC (-)
Notch impact value:
~ AC
Art No.
G 100 93025
G 100 93032
G 100 93040
Description
TS 92
TS 92
TS 92
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
30 kg
30 kg
30 kg
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420 MPa
510 – 610 MPa
22 %
47 J (0 °C)
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Contact electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 95
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
EN 499: E 42 0 RR 12
AWS A-5.1 : E 60 13
Base materials:
Qualities:
Coated electrode, thickly rutile-coated, with universal employment possibilities on the
whole repairs sector, in container, ship and machine building. Good ignition and welding
qualities. Fillet welds with smooth seam surface. In contact flat-weldable. Slag lifts off on
its one.
Weld positions:
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
420 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 MPa
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
=–
S 235 JRG 2-S 355 J 2
P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH, P 355 N
Notch impact value:
DC (-)
22 %
47 J (0 °C)
~ AC
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
100 951
100 952
100 953
Description
TS 95
TS 95
TS 95
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
250 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Norm denomination:
Connection electrode
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
EN 499: E 42 0 RR 12
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
TS 96
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile-coated electrode with excellent ignition and welding qualities.
Excellently employable on the industry and handicrafts sector, but above all in the fields
of machine, construction, container and shipbuilding. Due to its simple handling this
electrode is also suitable for less practised welders. Due to its regular flow the weld
material creates a very smooth, fine-flaked seam surface with low spatter development
and good slack loosening qualities.
Weld positions:
Mechanical quality values:
Current type/polarity:
=–
S 185 - S 355 J22
S 355 J2 DIN EN 10025-2
S 355 N DIN EN 10025-3
Boiler plates: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Pipe steels: L 210 - L 360
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D
Cast steel: 1.0420 (GS-38) - 1.0552 (GS 52)
Yield strength:
DC (-)
Tensile strength:
~ AC
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
100 972
100 973
100 974
100 975
100 976
100 977
100 978
Description
TS 96
TS 96
TS 96
TS 96
TS 96
TS 96
TS 96
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
6,00 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
350 mm
450 mm
450 mm
450 mm
450 mm
Unit
20 kg
22 kg
20 kg
25 kg
27 kg
27 kg
27 kg
Welding technique | 364
420 MPa
500-640 MPa
>22 %
>47 J (0 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Assembly and vertical-down electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 97
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
EN 499: E 42 0 RR 12
AWS A5.1: E 6013
Base materials:
Qualities:
Thick-coated rutile rod electrode with excellent welding properties. Excellent ignition and
re-ignition characteristics. Versatile rod electrode with good seam appearance and easily
removable slag. Low splashing. Easy to handle.
S 235JR, S 275JR, S 235J2G3 – S355J2G3,
P235GH, P265GH, P255NH, P235T1 – P355T1,
P235T2 – P355T2, P235G1TH, P255G1TH, L210
– L360NB, S35JRS1 – S235J2S1, S235JRS2 –
S235J2S2
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Yield strength:
Current type/polarity:
=–
Tensile strength:
DC (-)
~ AC
Art No.
G 100 98025
G 100 98032
G 100 98040
Description
TS 97
TS 97
TS 97
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
420 MPa
500 – 640 MPa
Elongation:
20 - 22 %
Notch impact value:
47 J (0 °C)
Unit
30 kg
30 kg
30 kg
Universal assembly electrode
TS 144
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 38 0 RC 11
EN 499: E 38 0 RC 11
AWS A-5.1: E 6013
Qualities:
Coated electrode, medium-thick rutile-cellulose coating with excellent welding qualities
in all weld positions. Very good igniting qualities, steady arc, mostly spatter-free. Good
gap bridging. Smooth, flake-free weld seam. Also suitable for soiled base materials. Due
to the excellent out of position welding qualities, various employment possibilities for
repair and construction weldings in steel and shipbuilding as well as vehicle and
bodywork construction.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=–
Base materials:
S 235 JR - S 355 J2
P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
P 210 N-P 360 N
S 255 NH - S 355 NH
P 255 NH - S 355 NH
P 255 NH - P 355 NH
GS 38 - GS 52
Mechanical quality values:
DC (-)
~ AC
Yield strength:
380 - 420 MPa
Tensile strength:
470 - 510 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
101 442
101 443
Description
TS 144
TS 144
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Welding technique | 365
20 - 22 %
>47 J (-10 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Rod electrode
Norm denomination:
TS Unifix
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 35 0 RC 11
AWS A 5.1: E 6013
Base materials:
S235JRG2 - S355J2, GS-38, GS-45, St35, St45,
St35.8
Boiler steels P235GH, P265GH, P295GH,
shipbuilding steels, fine grain construction steels up
to P355N
Qualities:
Highly suitable for tack and assembly welds. Excellent welding properties for
vertical-down welding. The seam appearance is very fine-scaled. Easily removable
slag and minimum spatter separate these electrodes from fillers of the same alloy.
Evenly burning, smooth arc and good gap-bridging ability distinguish this special
rod electrode.
Weld positions:
Mechanical quality values:
355 MPa
Tensile strength:
440 MPa
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
=–
Yield strength:
Notch impact value:
DC (-)
22 %
47 J
~ AC
Art No.
104 025
104 032
Description
TS Unifix
TS Unifix
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
325 mm
325 mm
Unit
8 kg
8 kg
Thin sheet metal electrode
TS 177
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
EN 499: E 42 O RC 11
AWS A-5.1: E 6013
Qualities:
Rutile cellulose-coated electrode, especially for thin sheet welding, e.g. in repairs and
vehicle overhauls, as well as steel construction, container construction, locksmitheries and
skilled trades. Excellent igniting properties, even on soiled work pieces, and its elastic
arc allows smooth, scale-free weld seams. Rapid solidification of weld material, no slag
running, therefore outstanding welding properties, even for vertical-up and vertical-down
welds. The TS 177 is a specialized electrode easy to handle in all welding positions.
Base materials:
General construction steels: S 185 - S 355
P 235 - P 355
Shipbuilding steels: A, B
Pipe steels:
L 210 - L 360
Boiler plates:
P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Weld positions:
Tensile strength:
Current type/polarity:
=–
Elongation:
DC (-)
Notch impact value:
~ AC
Art No.
101 771
101 772
101 773
Description
TS 177
TS 177
TS 177
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/25 kg
5/25 kg
5/25 kg
Welding technique | 366
400 - 420 MPa
510-610 MPa
>22 %
47 - 65 J (20 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Electrode
Norm denomination:
Zinkromax
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
DIN EN 499: E 42 0 RC 11
AWS A-5.1: E 6013
®
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rod electrode with exceptional welding properties, also suitable for vertical-down welds.
Excellent for use in assembly and pipe welding. Due to its good igniting and re-igniting
qualities, this electrode is also ideal for tack jobs. In particular, the Zinkromax® electrode
can be used with slightly rusty, primed and zinc-plated steel. Excellent welding
characteristics on small welding transformers. Good seam appearance, minimum
spattering and good slag separation.
Weld positions:
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
Current type/polarity:
=–
DC (-)
Non-alloyed construction steel: S 185 (St 33) - S
355 J2 G3 (St 52-3)
Boilerplate: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Steel pipes: S 235 G2T - P 355 J2 G3, L 210 GA - L
360 NB
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D
Thin sheet metal: in accordance with EN 10 130
Cast steel: 1.0420 (GS 38) - 1.0552 (GS 52)
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
~ AC
>420 MPa
500 - 640 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
22 %
>47 J (-0 °C)
• Weldable in all weld
positions including
vertical-down weld
seam
• Considerably lower zinc
burning, therefore less
harmful to health
• Soft and steady arc, almost no
weld spatters even with
zinc-plated materials
• Even, regular, fine-flaked weld
seam run, even at complicated
surfaces
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
Description
105 025Zinkromax®
105 032Zinkromax®
105 040Zinkromax®
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Welding technique | 367
This product is also available as
welding wire. See page 381
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Vertical-down seam universal electrode
TS 1000 Super®
The classic one
• Welds through zinc, rust and paint
due to thickly rutile- coated covering
• Employable in extreme weld positions
because the coating does not flake off, even when bent
• No moisture problems during storage
since coating is non-hygroscopic
Qualities:
Weld positions:
Thickly-coated rutile cellulose rod electrode
for joint welding of non-alloyed steels. Can
also be used with slightly rusty, scaly or
galvanized work pieces. Excellent ignition
and re-ignition characteristics. The viscous
weld metal even bridges wider gaps. Slag
does not advance even in difficult positions.
Crack-proof weld seams. For universal
applications in assembly, ship and steel
construction.
Current type/polarity:
=–
DC (-)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
Extraordinarily
flexible
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RC 11
EN 499: E 42 O RC 11
AWS A-5.1: E 6013
Ideal for rust welding...
Base materials:
Top-suitability for
vertical-down seams
General construction steels: S 235 - S 355
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, C
Boiler construction steels: P 235GH, P 265GH
Pipe steels: L 210, L 360GA
...and zinc-plated
work pieces
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Video
Art No.
101 902
101 901
101 903
101 904
Description
TS 1000 Super®
TS 1000 Super®
TS 1000 Super®
TS 1000 Super®
Size ø
2,50 mm
2,00 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
300 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Welding technique | 368
DB and TÜV
approval
> 420 MPa
510 – 610 MPa
> 22 %
up to 47 J (0 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Automatic electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 2000 Super
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 0 RR 12
DIN EN 499: E 42 0 RR 12
AWS A-5.1: E 6013
®
Base materials:
Qualities:
Coated electrode, thickly rutile-coated for joint welding of non-alloyed steels for
extraordinarily smooth seams. Outstanding due to easily removable slag, easy reigniting,
intensive, steady arc and simple handling. Mostly spatter-free. Clean seam appearance.
The deposited weld material is crack-free. Universally employable, e.g. in machine,
construction, pipeline, container, boiler and shipbuilding.
Weld positions:
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
Current type/polarity:
=–
S355 J2G3 DIN EN 10025,
S355N DIN EN 10113
General construction steels: S 185 - S 355 J22
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D;
Boiler plates: P 235 GH, P265 GH, P 295 GH
Thin metal sheets: in accordance with EN 10130
Pipe steels: L 210 - L 360
Cast steel: GS-38 to GS-52.
Mechanical quality values:
DC (-)
Yield strength:
~ AC
> 420 MPa
Tensile strength:
510-610 MPa
Elongation:
> 22 %
Notch impact value:
47 J (0 °C)
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
102 001
102 002
102 003
102 004
Description
TS 2000 Super®
TS 2000 Super®
TS 2000 Super®
TS 2000 Super®
Welding technique | 369
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Rutile-covered high performance electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 2500
DIN EN ISO 2560: E 38 0 RR 53
EN 499: E 38 0 RR 53
AWS A-5.13: E 7024
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile-coated high performance electrode with approx. 150 % output, suitable for
operating temperatures between -10 °C and +350 °C. The electrode has a high
meltdown rate and a long bead length. It is particularly suitable for steel, machine,
container, boiler, vehicle and ship construction, preferably for fillet welds, filling and cover
layers in the positions w and h. Very economical, since longer or thicker seams can be
welded with higher current and in the same amount of time as a normal electrode. The
coating can withstand a max. re-drying temperature of +150 °C.
1.0035 – 1.0570, 1.0345, 1.0425, 1.0481,
1.0461 – 1.0562, 1.0440, 1.0472, 1.0475,
1.0416 – 1.0551
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
~ AC
Art No.
102 500 32
102 500 40
102 500 50
Description
TS 2500
TS 2500
TS 2500
Size ø
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
350 mm
450 mm
450 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Welding technique | 370
> 390 MPa
470 – 550 MPa
> 22 %
> 47 J (0 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Concrete super electrode
TS 66
Quick welding
without cleaning!
• Highly resilient in the low- and medium-alloyed range
Ideal for strongly
soiled materials
due to special alloy in the core rod
• Welds rusted and soiled parts
thanks to special organic molybdenum coating
• Viscous weld metal allows bridging of large gaps
Qualities:
Material no. 1.5424
This molybdenum-alloyed special electrode
for low- and medium-alloyed steels also
binds on rust, paint, cement, tar and
otherwise soiled surfaces without previous
cleaning. Excellent gap bridging qualities,
even with out of position welding. The
particularly crack-proof seams are suitable
for operating temperatures of up to +550 °C.
Low spatter development and good slag
removing qualities.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=–
DC (-)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
Highly soiled scaffold foot with crack
DIN EN ISO 3580-A: E 46 0 Mo R 12
Weld seam completed with the TS 66
Base materials:
DIN EN 10025: S 235 JR G1, S 235 JR G2, S
235 JR G3, S 275 JR, S 275 J2 G3 and S 355
J2 G3
DIN EN 10028-2: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295
GH and P 355 GH
DIN EN 10028-3: P 275 N, P 275 NH, P 275 NL
2, P 355 N, P 355 NH and P 355 NL 1
Welds through rust and concrete without
any effort!
Very fine-flaked seams and optimal
gap bridging
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
355 - 490 MPa
Tensile strength: 510 - 600 MPa
Elongation:
Art No.
116 625
116 632
Description
TS 66
TS 66
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/25 kg
5/25 kg
Welding technique | 371
22 - 25 %
Notch impact value: >47 J (20 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Super all-round electrode
Allstar
Coated electrode
for strongly soiled materials
• Can be used in the low- and medium-alloyed range
due to a specially alloyed core wire
• Welds rusted and soiled parts
thanks to special organic molybdenum coating
• Excellent gap bridging
due to viscous metal
Qualities:
Material no. 1.5424
Special electrode with excellent welding
properties on parts with heavy soiling such
as, rust, tar, paint, cement, sand, grease, oil,
and galvanized material. Excellent for use on
cement-encrusted material. Easy ignition easy to reignite. Smooth arc - welding in
contact. Optimum welding properties even in
tight spots. Slag easy to remove. Minimum
splattering. No inclusions or undercuts.
Particularly suitable for welding creepresistant and pressurized water-resistant
steel.
Areas of use:
Applications for use:
Repairs and assembly in stone pits,
gravel pits, sand pits, brick works, building
companies
• Concrete mixers and pumps
• Stirring devices and screed pumps
• Steel racks and -supports
• Tar producers, pipelines or oil tanks
Pre-heating temperature
+200 °C - +350 °C, intermediate
layer temperature max. +350 °C, heat
treatment after welding at least 1/2 h at
+660 °C - +700 °C. Cooling down
at resting air.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=–
DC (-)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3580-A: E 46 O MO R12
Base materials:
DIN EN 10025: S235JRG1, S235JRG2,
S235JRG3, S275JR, S275J2G3 and S355J2G3
DIN EN 10028-2: P235GH, P265GH, P295GH
and P355GH
DIN EN 10028-3: P275N, P275NH, P275NL2,
P355N, P355NH and P355NL1
DIN 17100: St 37-2, St44-2, St 52-3, St50-2
DIN 17175: St 35.8, St 45.8, 17 Mn 4; 19 Mn 5
and 15 Mo 3
DIN 17102: StE 255 - StE 420, WStE 255 WStE 420
DIN 17172: StE 210.7 - StE 360.7 TM
DIN 17155: H I, H II, 17 Mn 4, 19 Mn 6 and 16
Mo 3
Mechanical quality values:
Video
Art No.
116 725
116 732
Description
Allstar
Allstar
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
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Yield strength:
355 - 490 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 600 MPa
Elongation:
22 - 25 %
Notch impact value:
>47 J (20 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Rutile-basic electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 80
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 38 2 RB 12
EN 499: E 38 2 RB 12
AWS A5.1: E 6013
Base materials:
Qualities:
Very thickly rutile-basic coated electrode for use with highly-stressed weld seams in steel
building, machine, boiler, container, ship and pipeline construction. Good welding qualities
with multi-layer weldings, features excellent climbing characteristics, has a particularly
steady arc and low spatter losses. Well covering, easily removable slag. Particularly
suitable for root and out of position weldings.
General construction steels:
S355N, S355M
P355N, P355Q
20MnNb6
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
>380 MPa
Tensile strength:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=–
500 - 510 MPa
Elongation:
20 - 22 %
Notch impact value:
DC (-)
> 47 J (-20 °C)
~ AC
DB and
TÜV approval
Art No.
118 025
118 032
Description
TS 80
TS 80
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Basic electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 85
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 4 B 32 H5
EN 499: E 42 4 B 32 H5
AWS A 5.1: E 7018
Base materials:
Qualities:
Basic coated electrode for highly stressed weld seams. Can be used for weld
connections in steel, boiler, container, ship, bridge, machine and vehicle construction.
Especially suitable for highly crack-proof and tough, non-alloyed and low-alloyed weld
connections. Can also be used with steels which are more heavily contaminated with
sulphur and phosphorus and have a high carbon content. The weld material is nonageing, hydrogen-controlled and cryogenic. Outstanding due to smooth, even flow and an
easily removable slag featuring low-spattering and good coverage. Store in a dry place.
Re-dry for 1 hour at +400 °C.
General constructional steels: S 185 - E 355
Fine-grained constructional steels:
P 275 N - P 355 N
Boiler construction steels:
P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Pipe steels: L 210 GA - L 290 GA
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E,
Cast steel: 1.0420 (GS 38) - 1.0552 (GS 52)
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
Notch impact value:
DB and TÜV
approval
Description
TS 85
TS 85
TS 85
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
~ AC
Art No.
118 525
118 532
118 540
Yield strength:
Length
350 mm
350 mm
450 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Welding technique | 373
>440 MPa
510-610 MPa
>24 %
>47 Joule (-40 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Basic electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 87
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 6 B 42 H5
EN 499: E 42 6 B 42 H5
AWS/ASME SFA-5.1: E 7018-1EN
Base materials:
Qualities:
The TS 87 coated electrode is suitable for crack-free and ductile welded joints. This
electrode can also be employed with carbon steels with increased carbon content. It
is particularly suitable for root welding and bridging of wide gaps. During welding the
electrode’s double-coating provides for a steadily burning arc and guarantees optimal
welding qualities even when welding at AC devices. Therefore, the electrode can also be
excellently employed in out of position welding. The weld seams are x-ray proof. Its area
of employment is repair weldings at lifting installations, building machines, port and steel
hall building as well as machine and container construction.
Re-baking 2 hours at +300 - +350 °C
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
Non-alloyed constructional steels: S 185 - S 355 J,
E 295, E 335, E 360
Boiler plates: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH, 19
Mn5
Pipe steels: P 355 TR1, P 235 GH, P 295 GH, StE
210.7, L 415 MB
Fine-grained constructional steel: S 255 N, S 420 N,
WstE 250, P 420 NH, EStE 255 - EStE 420
Low-temperature steels: TT St 35 N-V
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E
Cast steel: GE 200 - GE 260
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
~ AC
Tensile strength:
>420 MPa
500-610 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
118 725
118 732
Description
TS 87
TS 87
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,20 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
>25 %
>47 J (-60 °C)
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Basic double-coating electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 88
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 4 B 12 H 10
EN 499: E 42 4 B 12 H 10
AWS A-5.1:E 7016
Qualities:
Base materials:
Basic double-coating electrode with extraordinarily good welding qualities, even
employable with AC. The double-coating cover ensures a particularly steady arc, therefore
it can be employed without problems even out of position. Low spatter development,
even, fine weld seams with notch-free transit to the basic material and good slag
separation. Suitable for steel profile constructions, vehicle repairs, chain wheels and wear
plates, for lifting, transport and conveyer installations (e.g. overhead cranes) as well as for
the production of flange connections. Re-baking 1 hour at +380 °C.
Gen. construction steels: S 185 - S 355J2G3
Boiler plates: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Pipe steels: P 355 N
Fine grain construction steels: P 335
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E
Cast steel: 1.0420 (GS 38) - 1.0552 (GS 52)
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
Description
TS 88
TS 88
TS 88
TS 88
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
~ AC
Art No.
118 825
118 832
118 840
118 850
Yield strength:
Notch impact value:
Length
350 mm
350 mm
450 mm
450 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Welding technique | 374
>420 MPa
500 - 640 MPa
>22 %
>47 Joule (-40 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Basic electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 88 S
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 42 6 B 12 H10
DIN EN 499: E 42 6 B 12 H10
AWS A-5.1: E 7016
Base materials:
Qualities:
Multi-purpose basic rod electrode for the highest requirements in assembly work as well
as workshop and repair welds. Excellent welding qualities with AC and DC. Outstanding
welding behaviour with out-of-position and root welding. Weld seams are fine-flaked with
notch-free transition.
Re-drying temperature +300 °C / 2 h.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
General construction steels: S 185 - S 355 J2 G3, E
355, E 360
Fine grain construction steels: P 275 N- P 355 N
Boiler construction steels: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P
295 GH
Pipe steels:
L 210 GA - L 290 GA
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E
Cast steel:
1.0420 (GS 38) – 1.0552 (GS 52)
Rail steels: up to 685 MPa
Mechanical quality values:
DC (+)
Yield strength:
~ AC
Tensile strength:
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
118 925
118 932
118 940
118 950
Description
TS 88 S
TS 88 S
TS 88 S
TS 88 S
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
450 mm
450 mm
500-640 MPa
Notch impact value:
>22 %
>47 J (-60 °C)
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
1.5125
TS SG II
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 2 C/M G3Si1,
DIN EN 440: G 42 2 C/M G3Si1,
AWS A.5.18-79: ER 70 S-6
Qualities:
Base materials:
Low-alloyed wire electrode for the MAG-method for joint and
surfacing welds at constructional steels and steel pipes with CO²
and mixed gases.
General construction steels: S 185 - E 355
Fine-grained constructional steel: StE 255 to StE
355, WStE 255 to WStE 355
Boiler plates: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Pipe steels: L 210 - L 360
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E
Cast steel: 1.0420 (GS 38) - 1.0552 (GS 52)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
>420 MPa
Elongation:
MSG shielding gas welding wire
Art No.
G 390 000
G 390 000-1
G 390 001
G 390 002
G 390 002-1
G 390 003
G 390 004
G 390 004-1
G 390 005
370 001
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
DB and TÜV
approval
Description
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
TS SG II, copper-plated
Wire winding adapter
Tensile strength:
Size ø
0,60 mm
0,60 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
1 kg
15 kg
5 kg
1 kg
15 kg
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Elongation:
Notch impact value:
= / <420 MPa
500 - 640 MPa
= / < 22 %
47J (-20 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
TS-SG 2 „premium“
• Excellent for welding in steelwork and construction and for steels
with thin and medium-sized walls
• Extremely low harmful emissions,
due to the special coating of the welding filler
• Refined weld seam appearance
with a minimum of follow-up work required since hardly any weld spatter
or smoke deposits stick to the workpiece
Qualities:
Weld positions:
Welding filler for low and medium alloy
welding jobs. Excellent flow properties with
notch-free weld seam transitions. Very trim
weld seam appearance with a minimum of
silicate deposits. Can also be used in welding
machines with double-roller feed motor.
Absolutely ideal for welding steel with thin or
medium-sized wall thicknesses. Extremely
low emissions, since the special coating of
the welding filler contains around 45% less
Cu . This minimizes the impact of the Cu
heavy metal, thus protecting the welder
against pollutants and subjecting him to less
contact with harmful substances while at
work. Thanks to the special coating, the
formation of hot cracks is more or less
excluded. Less follow-up work, since hardly
any weld spatter or smoke residue sticks to
the surface of the workpiece. Thanks to its
outstanding welding properties, this welding
filler is also suitable for use in the automotive
industry.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO
14175 : C1, M2, M3
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 4 M21 3Si1
AWS/SFA. 5.18: ER 70S-6
Base materials:
P355N; P355Q; S355N;S355M; 20MnNb6
Mechanical quality values:
Weld seam with conventional inert gas II wire
Yield strength:
≥ 420 MPa
Tensile strength:
500 - 640 MPa
Elongation:
25 %
Notch impact value:
47 J ( - 40 °C)
Weld seam with TS inert gas II premium
Art No.
300 108
300 109
300 110
300 111
300 112
370 002
Description
Size ø
TS-SG 2 „premium“
0,80 mm
TS-SG 2 „premium“
0,80 mm
TS-SG 2 „premium“
1,00 mm
TS-SG 2 „premium“
1,00 mm
TS-SG 2 „premium“
1,20 mm
Centering adapter for D-200 inert gas wire coils
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 376
DB and TÜV
approval
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
WIG-N
1.5125
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Filler welding rod for welding of low-alloyed steels. Main areas of employment joint and
surfacing welds at boiler plates as well as at construction and steel pipes. Also suitable
for fine-grained construction steels.
Base materials:
General construction steels: S 185 - E 355; S 255
N - S 355 N, P 255 NH - P 355 N
Boiler steels: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH, P 310
GH
Pipe steels: L 210, L 360GA
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E
Cast steel: 1.0420 (GS 38) - 1.0552 (GS 52)
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon I1
Weld positions:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: W 42 5 W3 Si 1
EN 1668: W 42 5 W3 Si 1
AWS A - 5.18: ER 70 S-6
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
> 420 MPa
500-640 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
350 010
350 015
350 020
350 024
350 032
Description
WIG-N
WIG-N
WIG-N
WIG-N
WIG-N
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
MSG shielding gas welding wire
Norm denomination:
TS-SG III
DIN EN ISO 14341-A : G 46 4 M G4 Si1
AWS 5.18: ER 70 S-6
Base materials:
copper-plated
S235JR - S355J2 EN 10025-2
S275N - S355N EN 10025-3
Qualities:
Low-alloyed wire electrode for MAG-welding for joint and surfacing welds of construction
and steel pipes and of higher-strength materials in container, construction and vehicle
building using mixed gases or CO2. The arc burns steadily and regularly even under high
electric load. The weld material is almost spatter-free.
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
420 - 460 MPa
Tensile strength:
500 - 560 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Art No.
G 390 008
G 390 009
G 390 010
G 390 011
G 390 012
370 001
Description
TS-SG III, copper-coated
TS-SG III, copper-coated
TS-SG III, copper-coated
TS-SG III, copper-coated
TS-SG III, copper-coated
Wire winding adapter
20 - 22 %
> 47 J (-50 °C)
DB and TÜV
approval
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 377
22 %
47 J (-40 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG shielding gas welding wire
TS-SG 3 „premium“
• Excellent flow properties with notch-free seam transitions
• Extremely low weld spatter or smoke residues
for finely drawn weld seams.
• Lower emission load to protect the welder and the environment
Qualities:
Weld positions:
Welding filler material for welding tasks in
low - and middle-alloyed range. Excellent
flow properties with notch-free weld seam
transitions. Very clean weld appearance with
little silicate deposits. It can also be used in
welding systems with 2-roll feed motor. It is
extremely suitable for welding steels with
thin to thick wall thickness. It has extremely
low emission load, as is urged by the special
coating of the filler metal with about 45 %
less Cu -cables. The Cu heavy metal influences are thereby reduced. The welder itself is thereby protected from polluting
emissions and lower pollutant responsible
influences at work. Due to the special
coating, the formation of hot cracks is almost
impossible. Little rework, weld spatter and
smoke residues since hardly adhere to the
surface of the workpiece. Due to the
exceptionally good welding properties, this
welding filler metal is also suitable for use in
the automotive industry.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with
EN ISO 14175, M21 - M33, C1
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 46 5 M21 4Si1
DIN EN 440: G4 Si1
AWS 5.18: ER 70 S-6
Base materials:
Group 1.2
Group 1.3 (ReH max. 460 MPa)
Group 2.1
Group 3.1 (ReH max. 460 MPa)
P275NL2 - P460NL2
In accordance with ISO 15608:2000
Pulsed vertical-up welding
Mechanical quality values:
Standard electric arc
Art No.
300 408
300 409
300 410
300 411
300 412
Description
TS SG 3 „premium“
TS SG 3 „premium“
TS SG 3 „premium“
TS SG 3 „premium“
TS SG 3 „premium“
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
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Yield strength:
≥ 460 MPa
Tensile strength:
530 - 720 MPa
Elongation:
> 20 %
Notch impact value: 47 Joule (-50 °C)
DB and
TÜV approval
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG shielding gas welding wire
1.5130
TS SG 3 bright shiny
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 46 5 M21 4Si1
DIN EN 440: G4 Si1
AWS 5.18: ER 70 S-6
Qualities:
Low-alloyed wire electrode for the MAG-method for joint and surfacing welding of
constructional steels and steel pipes as well as higher-strength materials in container,
construction and vehicle building with CO² and mixed gases. The arc burns evenly and
steadily even under high electric strain. The weld material is almost spatter-free.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175, M21 - M33, C1
Base materials:
Group 1.2
Group 1.3 (ReH max. 460 MPa)
Group 2.1
Group 3.1 (ReH max. 460 MPa)
P275NL2 - P460NL2
In accordance with ISO 15608:2000
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
≥ 460 MPa
530 - 720 MPa
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Art No.
301 008
301 010
301 012
370 001
Notch impact value:
> 20 %
47 Joule (-50 °C)
DB and TÜV
approval
Description
TS-SG 3, light-blank
TS SG 3, light-blank
TS SG 3, light-blank
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
15 kg
MSG shielding gas welding wire
TS-Special automotive
construction wire
Qualities:
This wire has good welding properties on zinc-plated and soiled materials. The quality
characteristics of the wire are aimed towards the welding of load-bearing frame parts in
the truck sector (except for Meiller installations), e.g. luggage racks, bodywork repairs. The
special vehicle construction wire is bright-shiny and not copper-plated, thus reducing the
hot-crack susceptibility in fine-grained constructional steel.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175, M20, M21, C1
1.5130
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 46 5 M21 4Si1
DIN EN 440: G4 Si 1
AWS 5.18 : ER 70 S-6
Base materials:
Group 1.2
Group 1.3 (ReH max. 460 MPa)
Group 2.1
Group 3.1 (ReH max. 460 MPa)
P275NL2 - P460NL2
In accordance with ISO 15608:2000
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Weld positions:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Art No.
300 008
300 010
300 012
370 001
TÜV
approval
Description
TS-Special automotive construction wire
TS-Special automotive construction wire
TS-Special automotive construction wire
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 379
>460 MPa
530 - 720 MPa
>20 %
47 Joule (-50 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
The solution for electro-plated and elctro-galvanized sheets and components
MSG Galva-Zn
• Improved zinc adhesion on the welded seam after galvanising,
due to the special alloy composition
• Suitable for welding on structures
to be electro-plated or electro-galvanised as well as similar parts in
the automotive industry, metal and vehicle construction
• Improves welding properties, seam appearance,
and reduces welding spatter and pollutant emission due to the bronzed
wire coating
Areas of use:
Weld positions:
• Unalloyed and low-alloyed steels
• Electroplated and electro-galvanized fine sheet metal
• Vehicle and autobody construction
• Metal construction and building fitters
Current type/polarity:
Suitable shielding gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M21, M23, M12
= +
DC (+)
Norm denomination:
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 14341-A:
G 2Si1 (edited)
Mechanical quality values:
… with MIG Galva-Zn wire
- Less zinc burning - hardly build up of
zinc on the welded seam after zinc
coating
… with SG II wire
- Strong zinc burning
- significantly higher build up of the
welded seam after zinc coating
Art No.
Description
310 021 08 MSG Galva-Zn
310 021 10 MSG Galva-Zn
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 380
Yield strength:
>360 MPa
Tensile strength:
400 - 440 MPa
Elongation:
23 - 25 %
Notch impact value: >80 J (+20 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG shielding gas welding wire
Especially for zinc-plated
bodywork sheet metals
Zinkromax
®
• Welds through rust, primer, zinc and many others,
therefore enormous material, cost and time savings possible
• In particular, employable for zinc-plated steels,
here merely spatters, almost no burning of the zinc oxide layer
• Low development of weld fumes
because of low zinc burning from the work piece
Qualities:
Shielding gas welding wire especially for use
on zinc-plated bodywork sheets and
electro-galvanized work pieces. Trouble-free
welding of these materials is made possible
since no pre-treatment of any kind is
required even on slightly rusty work pieces or
work pieces with anti-corrosion coatings.
Zinkromax® features an extremely thin
bronze coating only and, therefore, is
friendlier to the environment. Burning of zinc
from the work piece is kept to a minimum, so
the welder is hardly exposed to harmful
fumes. Zinkromax® features excellent
Material no. 1.5112
welding qualities, is deterioration-resistant
and can be used at temperatures from -10 °C
to +450 °C. The wire electrode contains
different alloy elements such as titanium,
which bind oxides on the surface, e.g. rust,
scales, but also zinc. Thus, the risk of pore
development is greatly reduced. Due to these
alloy elements, the mechanical quality
characteristics of the welded joint are
increased.
Suitable shielding gases: according to EN
ISO 14175 : M 21
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 2 M/A/C G3Si1
Base materials:
S 355 J2 DIN EN 10025-2
S 355 N DIN EN 10025-3
Mechanical quality values:
Art No.
Description
310 006Zinkromax®
310 007Zinkromax®
310 008Zinkromax®
310 009Zinkromax®
310 010Zinkromax®
310 011Zinkromax®
310 012Zinkromax®
370 001
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,60 mm
0,60 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 381
Yield strength:
>440 MPa
Tensile strength:
>510 MPa
Elongation:
>20 %
Notch impact value:
>47 Joule (-20 °C)
This product is also available as coated
electrode. See page 367.
DB and TÜV
approval
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG wire electrode
Norm denomination:
N-A-XTRA
DIN EN ISO 16834-A: G 69 4 M Mn 3 Ni 1 Cr Mo
AWS SFA 5.28: ER 100 S-1
Base materials:
S 550 QL - S 690 QL
Qualities:
Wire electrode of medium-alloyed steel for the MAG welding of hardened and tempered,
fine-grained structural steels. The weld material can be used with operating temperatures
ranging from -40 °C to +350 °C.
Areas of employment:
Welding of high-strength, fine-grained structural steels in the field of general steel and
vehicle construction as well as welding in apparatus engineering along with container
and pipeline construction.
Applicable inert gases: according to EN ISO 14175: M21
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Ductile yield:
Notch impact value:
> 690 MPa
770 - 940 MPa
> 17 %
> 47 J (-40 °C)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Art No.
310 108
310 109
310 110
310 112
Description
N-A-XTRA
N-A-XTRA
N-A-XTRA
N-A-XTRA
370 001
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
15 kg
MSG wire electrode
Norm denomination:
N-A-XTRA-S
DIN EN ISO 16834-A: G 89 6 M Mn 4 Ni 2 Cr Mo
EN 12534: G 89 6 M Mn 4 Ni 2 Cr Mo
AWS/ASME SFA-5.28: ER 120 S-G
Base materials:
Qualities:
Wire electrode of low-alloyed steel for MAG welding of high-strength heat-treated fine-grained
constructional steels. The weld material is employable for operating temperatures of -30 °C to
+450 °C. Areas of employment are e.g. welding of high-strength fine-grained constructional
steels at highly strained steel constructions like lifting and conveyer machines, mining devices,
pressure pipes and pressure containers.
Also employable in many areas of machine, ship and vehicle building.
Applicable inert gases: EN ISO 14175: M 21
S 890 Q
X ABO 890
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Art No.
310 148
310 150
310 152
370 001
Description
N-A-XTRA-S
N-A-XTRA-S
N-A-XTRA-S
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
15 kg
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> 890 MPa
940-1180 MPa
>15 %
90 J (RT)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Basic rod electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 68 Corten
DIN EN ISO 2560-A: E 46 4 ZB 42 H5
EN 499: E 46 4 ZB 42 H5
Base materials:
1.8962; 1.8963; 1.8965; 1.8960
Corten A, B, C;
Patinax 37, WT St 37, WT St 52
Qualities:
Basic rod electrode for welding Corten steel. Suitable for welding weatherproof
and fine-grain constructional steel. Re-drying not usually necessary
Re-drying temperature +400 °C /1 hr.
Weld positions:
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
>460 MPa
Tensile strength:
540–620 MPa
Ductile yield:
>20 %
Notch impact value:
Art No.
116 800 25
116 800 32
116 800 40
Description
TS 68 Corten
TS 68 Corten
TS 68 Corten
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
450 mm
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14341-A: G 42 2 M/C GO
EN 440: G 42 2 M GO /C
ASME/AWS A-5.28: ER 80 S-G
MSG 68 Corten
Base materials:
WT ST 37, WT ST 52 (Corten A, B, C)
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of copper/nickel steel for MAG welding of weatherproof steel and
low temperature tough fine grain constructional steel. The mechanical qualities are
dependent on the inert gas. Ideal welding properties are achieved using mixed gas M
21. Weldable in short and spray arc range. Pre-heating temperature dependent on base
material.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 1417:
M21, M22 – M33, C1
Weld positions:
Description
MSG 68 Corten
MSG 68 Corten
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
> 430 MPa
540 – 640 MPa
> 20 %
> 47 J (-20 °C)
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
Norm denomination:
WIG 68 Corten
EN ISO 636-A: W42 2 WO
Base materials:
WT ST 37, WT ST 52, Corten A, B, C
Qualities:
Welding rod made of copper-/nickel-containing steel for WIG welding of weather-proof
steels and cryogenic fine-grain structural steels. Resistant against weather and salt water
impacts, because the weld material is corrosion-resistant.
Current type/polarity:
Applicable inert gas according to EN ISO 14175: Argon I1
= – DC (-)
Description
WIG 68 Corten
WIG 68 Corten
Mechanical quality values:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
WIG electrode
Art No.
350 104 16
350 104 20
>47 J (-40 °C)
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Container steel and container
construction wire electrode
Art No.
310 163 08
310 163 10
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
Size ø
1,6 mm
2,0 mm
Length
1000 mm
1000 mm
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Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
> 430 MPa
540 - 640 MPa
> 20 %
> 47 J (-20 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Heat resistant pipe steel and boiler
construction electrode
1.7339
Norm denomination:
TS Cromo 1
DIN EN ISO 3580-A: E CrMo 1 B 42 H5
EN 1599: E CrMo1 B 42 H5
AWS A-5.5: E 8018-B2
Qualities:
Base materials:
Basic-coated CrMo alloyed rod electrode for welding of heat resistant and high-pressure
hydrogen resistant steel to approx. 90 kp/m heat treatment resistance. Weld material
made of chromium-molybdenum steel for operating temperatures up to +550 °C. The
weld material is heat treatable and resistant to inter-crystalline tension crack corrosion (alkali cracks). Especially good for welding creep-resistant CrMo steel in boiler and
pipeline construction. Re-drying approx. 1 hr. at +400 °C.
Mechanical quality values:
1.7335, 1.7218, 1.7015, 1.7354, 1.7131, 1.7147,
1.7262
Yield strength:
> 470 MPa
Tensile strength:
570 – 670 MPa
Elongation:
> 20 %
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
117 339 25
117 339 32
Description
TS Cromo 1
TS Cromo 1
> 95 J (+ 20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
High temperature resistant wire electrode
1.7339
MSG Cromo 1
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: G CrMo 1 Si
DIN EN 12070: G CrMo 1 Si
AWS/ASME SFA-5.28: ER 80 S-G
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of low alloyed chromium-molybdenum mix steel for MAG welding
of heat resistant steel. Operating temperatures up to +570 °C. Pre-heating temperature
+200 °C to +350 °C. Interpass temperature max. +350 °C. Heat treatment after welding:
at least ½ hr. at +660 °C to +700 °C. Cooling in static air. Used in the processing of heat
resistant steel in boiler, container, pipeline and reactor construction.
Base materials:
P295GH (1.0481)
13 CrMo4-5 (1.7335)
25 CrMo4 (1.7325)
Mechanical quality values:
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: C1, M11-M33
Weld positions:
Art No.
310 161 08
310 161 10
310 161 10-1
Description
MSG Cromo 1
MSG Cromo 1
MSG Cromo 1
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
5 kg
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Yield strength:
355 - 500 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 640 MPa
Elongation:
20 - 23 %
Notch impact value:
G = >47 J (-10 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Heat resistant WIG electrode
1.7339
WIG Cromo 1
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: W Cr Mo 1 Si
EN 12070: W CrMo 1 Si
AWS/ASME SFA-5.28: ER 80 S-G
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of low-alloyed chromium-molybdenum steel for WIG welding of heat
resistant and high-pressure hydrogen resistant steel for operating temperatures up to
+570 °C. Used in the processing of heat resistant steel in boiler, container, pipeline and
reactor construction. Pre-heating temperature +200 °C to +350 °C (for a wall thickness
of > 6 mm parent material). The weld material etchable, nitratable and heat treatable.
Interpass temperature max. +350 °C. Suitable for difficult welding jobs in hard to reach
places. Heat treatment after welding at least ½ hr. at +660 °C to +700 °C. Cooling in
static air.
Base materials:
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 101 16
350 101 20
Description
WIG Cromo 1
WIG Cromo 1
E.g. 1.7335, 1.7357, 1.7337, 1.7218, 1.7350,
1.7354, 1.7225
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
355 - 500 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 640 MPa
Elongation:
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.5424
MSG Mo
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: G Mo Si
EN 12070: G Mo Si
AWS/ASME SFA-5.28:ER 80 S-G
Qualities:
Copper-coated compact wire electrode for welding in boilers, pressure tanks and pipeline
constructions. Weld material is extremely ductile and crack-proof. Suitable for operating
temperatures up to +500 °C.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 1417: M21
Base materials:
P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH,
S 235 - S 355
15 Mo 3, 17 Mn 4
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Weld positions:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Description
MSG Mo
MSG Mo
MSG Mo
MSG Mo
20 - 24 %
100 J (+20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
High temperature resistant wire electrode
Art No.
310 164 08
310 164 09
310 164 10
310 164 12
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 385
>480 MPa
560-720 MPa
>22 %
>47 J (-20 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
WIG-rod
1.5424
WIG Mo
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: W Mo Si
EN 12070: W Mo Si
AWS/ASME SFA-5.28: ER 80 S-G
Qualities:
WIG rod for welding heat resistant steel for operating temperatures up to +530 °C. The
ductile and crack-proof weld material is suitable for welds in boiler, pressure tank and
pipeline construction.
Base materials:
Gas di protezione adatto secondo EN ISO 14175: Argon I1
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 103 16
350 103 20
350 103 24
Description
WIG Mo
WIG Mo
WIG Mo
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
H I, H II, 17 Mn 14, 19 Mn 6, 15 Mo 3,
St 35.8, St 45.8. GS-C 25, GS-22 Mo 4,
WstE 255 to WstE 460
Yield strength:
355 - 500 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 620 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
47 J (-20 °C)
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Heat-resistant pipe steel and boiler
construction electrode
1.7384
Norm denomination:
TS Cromo 2
DIN EN ISO 3580: E CrMo2 B 42 H5
EN 1599: E CrMo2 B 42
AWS A-5.5: E 9018-B3
Base materials:
Qualities:
Basic-coated CrMo alloyed rod electrode for welding of heat resistant and high-pressure
hydrogen resistant steel to approx. 90 kp/m heat treatment resistance. Weld material
made of chromium-molybdenum steel for operating temperatures up to +600 °C.
Pre-heating temperature +200 °C to +350 °C, interpass temperature max.
+350 °C. Heat treatment after welding: at least 30 min. at +690 °C to +750 °C.
Re-drying approx. 1 hr. at +400 °C.
1.7380, 1.8075, 1.7707, 1.7379
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
117 384 25
117 384 32
22 - 26 %
Description
TS Cromo 2
TS Cromo 2
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
8/40 kg
8/40 kg
Welding technique | 386
> 520 MPa
620 - 720 MPa
> 18 %
> 95 J (+20 °C)
TK7105
Low and medium alloyed steel
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
High temperature resistant wire electrode
1.7384
MSG Cromo 2
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: G CrMo 2 Si
EN 12070: G CrMo 2 Si
AWS/ASME SFA-5.28: ER 90 S-G
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of low-alloyed chromium-molybdenum steel for MAG welding at
operating temperatures up to +600 °C. Pre-heating temperature +200 °C to +350 °C.
Interpass temperature max. +350 °C. Heat treatment after welding at least ½ hr. at
+700 °C to +750 °C. Cooling in static air. Used in the processing of heat resistant steel
in boiler, container, pipeline and reactor construction.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M1, M21
Base materials:
1.7380, 1.8075, 1.7259, 1.7273, 1.7276, 1.7281
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
460 MPa
Tensile strength:
640 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
22 %
140 J (+ 20 °C)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Art No.
310 162 08
310 162 10
Description
MSG Cromo 2
MSG Cromo 2
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
Heat resistant WIG electrode
1.7384
WIG Cromo 2
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 21952-A: W Cr Mo 2 Si
EN 12070: W Cr Mo 2 Si
AWS/ASME SFA-5.28: ER 90 S-G
Qualities:
Chromium-molybdenum low-alloyed welding electrode for WIG welding of heat resistant
and pressurized water resistant steel for operating temperatures up to +600 °C. Used in
the processing of heat resistant steel in boiler, container, pipeline and reactor construction. Pre-heating temperature +200 °C to +350 °C. Interpass temperature max. +350 °C.
Heat treatment after welding at least 30 min. at +700 °C to +750 °C. Cooling in static air.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
1.7380, 1.7383
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
460 MPa
Tensile strength:
640 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 102 16
350 102 20
Description
WIG Cromo 2
WIG Cromo 2
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 387
22 %
140 J (+ 20 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Welding fillers for:
Rustproof / acidic steels
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
TS 45 - Niro electrode
1.4316
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 L R 12
389
TS 46 - Cr-Ni electrode
1.4316
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 L R 12
389
TS 44 Super - Niro universal electrode
1.4430
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 L R 12
390
TS 45 Super - Inox-Mo electrode
1.4430
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 LR 12
390
TS 45 Fall - Vertical-down electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 L R 11
391
TS 46 S - Cr-Ni-Mo electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 L R 12
391
Gambit Nicro - Niro electrode
1.4316
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 LR 12
382
®
Gambit Nicromo - Inox-Mo electrode
1.4430
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 LR 12
382
MSG 19-9
1.4316
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 19 9 L Si
393
WIG 19-9
1.4316
DIN EN ISO 14343 - A: W 19 9 L Si
393
WIG 19-9
–
DIN EN ISO 14343 - A: W 19 9 L Si
394
WIG 19-12-3
1.4430
DIN EN ISO 14343 A: W 19 12 3 L Si
394
MSG 19-12-3 - High-alloy wire electrode
1.4430
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G19 12 3 L Si
395
WIG 19-12-3 - WIG electrode
1.4430
DIN EN ISO 14343 -A: W 19 12 3 L Si
395
MSG Inomax 2 - S pecial welding wire for rust-free, high-temperature
steels
1.4551
DIN EN ISO 14343-A:G 19 9 Nb Si
396
MSG Inomax 4 - S pecial welding wire for rust-free, high-temperature
steels
1.4576
DIN EN ISO 14343-A : G 19 12 3 Nb Si
396
TS Inomax 2 - Stabilized Cr-Ni electrode
1.4551
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 Nb R 12
397
WIG Inomax 2 - WIG electrode
1.4551
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 19 9 Nb (Si)
397
TS Inomax 4 - Stabilized Cr-Ni-Mo electrode
1.4576
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 Nb R 12
398
WIG Inomax 4 - WIG electrode
1.4576
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 19 12 3 Nb Si
398
TS 3500 - Stainless corrosion electrode
1.4519
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 53
399
WIG 35 - Highly corrosion resistant WIG electrode
1.4519
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 20 25 5 Cu L
399
TS Duplex - Corrosion and acid resistant offshore electrode
1.4462
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 22 9 3 N L R 12
400
WIG Duplex - WIG electrode
Similar to 1.4462
DIN EN ISO 14343-A : W 22 9 3 NL
400
MSG Duplex - Corrosion and acid resistant offshore wire electrode
1.4462
DIN EN ISO 14343-A : G 22 9 3 NL
401
MSG 14 - High-alloyed wire electrode
1.4009
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 13
401
®
Welding technique | 388
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Niro electrode
1.4316
TS 45
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 L R 12
EN 1600: E 19 9 L R 12
AWS A 5.4: E 308 L-17
Qualities:
Rutile-coated special electrode for welding of austenitic steels of a similar or the same
type. The electrode features a low carbon content and is employable with operating
temperatures of up to +350 °C. The weld material is cryogenic up to -196 °C. It is
outstanding during welding due to its very even and steadily burning arc. The seam
delineation is particularly smooth and pore-free, the transition is notch-free. Gaps can
be optimally bridged. The electrode features good slag removal qualities and low spatter
development. The current strength needed for welding is low.
Base materials:
1.4301, 1.4306,1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4308, 1.4552
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
>340 MPa
Tensile strength:
540 - 640 MPa
Elongation:
>35 %
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
>47 J (+20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
124 520
124 525
124 532
Description
TS 45
TS 45
TS 45
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Cr-Ni electrode
1.4316
TS 46
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Rutile-coated electrode for welding of non-rusting austenitic steels. Weld material of
austenitic chrome-nickel steel with particularly low carbon content for operating
temperatures of up to +350 °C. Smooth, pore-free weld seam, easily removable slag.
Due to the special coating this electrode can also be welded very well with AC
(small welding transformers). The weld material can be high-polished. Not
moist-sensitive.
Weld positions:
Base materials:
1.4306 X 2 CrNi 1911
1.4311 X 2 CrNi 1810
1.4300 X12 CrNi188
1.4301 X 5 CrNi 1810
1.4308 GX 5 CrNi1910
DC (+)
~ AC
Yield strength:
320 - 380 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 560 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
125 200
125 250
125 325
Description
TS 46
TS 46
TS 46
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
1.4312 GX10 CrNi 1810
1.4541 X6 CrNiTi 1810
1.4550 X6 CrNiTi 1810
1.4552 G X5 CrNiNb1911
Mechanical quality values:
Current type/polarity:
=+
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 L
R 12
EN 1600: E 19 9 LR 12
ASTM/AWS: E 308 L-17
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 389
30-35 %
>32 J (-120 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Niro universal electrode
1.4430
TS 44 Super
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 L R 12
DIN EN 1600 : E 19 12 3 L R 12
AWS A 5.4 : E 316 L-17
Qualities:
Rutile-coated, austenitic special electrode with very low carbon content for high-strength
joint welding of antirust, corrosion-proof steels for operating temperatures of up to
+400 °C. The weld material is cold temperature up to -120 °C. The weld seam is very
fine-flaked and without undercuts. The electrode features good gap bridging qualities,
high mechanical quality values as well as easily removable slag. The weld material can
be high-polished. Ideal for the construction of chemical equipment; turbines; gas, water
and steam fittings; stirring units etc.
Base materials:
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4409, 1.4429, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4437, 1.4571, 1.4580, 1.4581, 1.4583
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
320 - 400 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 580 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
25 - 32 %
37 J (-120 °C)
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
124 016
124 020
124 025
124 032
Description
TS 44 Super
TS 44 Super
TS 44 Super
TS 44 Super
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
250 mm
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Inox-Mo electrode
1.4430
TS 45 Super
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 LR 12
DIN EN 1600: E 19 12 3 LR 12
AWS A 5.4: E 316 L-16
Qualities:
Rutile-coated high-alloyed coated electrode for joint welding of non-corroding CR-Ni-Mo
steels of the same, similar kind and steels of the same type with low carbon content with
operating temperatures of up to +400 °C. Very even, well-directed arc. Excellent igniting
and re-igniting qualities. Particularly smooth weld seam, no undercuts, no spatters, easily
removable slag, weld material can be high-polished.
Base materials:
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4406, 1.4408, 1.4420, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4571,
1.4573, 1.4580, 1.4581, 1.4583
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Weld positions:
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
=+
Notch impact value:
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
124 625
124 632
Description
TS 45 Super
TS 45 Super
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 390
320 - 350 MPa
550 MPa
25 - 35 %
70 J (RT)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Vertical-down electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 45 Fall
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 L R 11
AWS A 5.4: E 316L-17
Base materials:
Qualities:
Coated electrode covered with rutile for vertical-down welding of non-rusting austenitic
steels. Welding material of austenitic chrome-nickel-molybdenum steel with particularly
low carbon content for operating temperatures from -60 °C to +400 °C. Excellent
modelling qualities of the weld material. No forerunning of slag.
Welding without hole patterns in the material.
Non-rusting, austenitic Cr-Ni-Mo steel,
E.g. 1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4571, 1.4437,
1.4581, 1.4583
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
360 MPa
Tensile strength:
550 MPa
Ductile yield:
Weld positions:
Notch impact value:
Current type/polarity:
=+
39 %
75 J (bei -60 °C)
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
124 720
124 725
124 732
Description
TS 45 Fall
TS 45 Fall
TS 45 Fall
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
300 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Cr-Ni-Mo electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 46 S
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 L R 12
DIN EN 1600: E 19 12 3 L R 12
AWS SFA-5.4: E 316 L-16
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile-coated electrode for welding of non-rusting austenitic steels. Welding material of
austenitic chrome-nickel-molybdenum steel with particularly low carbon content for
operating temperatures of up to +400 °C. The weld material is non-scaling up to
+800 °C. Smooth, pore-free weld seam, easily removable slag, weld material can be
high-polished. Due to the special coating it can also be welded at small welding
transformers with a very good result.
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4406, 1.4408, 1.4420, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4580, 1.4581, 1.4583
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
126 200
126 250
126 325
Description
TS 46 S
TS 46 S
TS 46 S
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 391
320 - 350 MPa
550 MPa
25 - 35 %
70 J (+20 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Niro electrode
1.4316
Gambit Nicro
®
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 LR 12
EN 1600: E 19 9 L R 12
AWS A 5.4: E 308 L-17
Qualities:
Rutile-coated special electrode for welding of austenitic steels of a similar or the same
type. More corrosion resistant than CrNi steels of the same kind with very low carbon
content. Outstanding with welding due to a very steadily burning arc. Smooth and
pore-free seam delineation, notch-free transition. Excellent gap bridging qualities. Low
development of weld spatters. Weld material is corrosion resistant and proof with
operating temperatures of up to +350 °C and cryogenic up to -60 °C.
Easily removable slag. The weld material can be high-polished.
Base materials:
1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308, 1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4552
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
>340 MPa
540 - 640 MPa
>35 %
>47 Joule (+20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
Description
G 124 525Gambit® Nicro
G 124 532Gambit® Nirco
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Inox-Mo electrode
1.4430
Gambit Nicromo
®
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Rutile-coated high-alloyed coated electrode for joint welding of non-corroding CR-Ni-Mo
steels of the same, similar kind and steels of the same type with low carbon content with
operating temperatures of up to +400 °C. Very even, well-directed arc. Excellent igniting
and re-igniting qualities. Particularly smooth weld seam, no undercuts, no spatters, easily
removable slag, weld material can be high-polished.
Weld positions:
DC (+)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4409, 1.4429, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4437, 1.4571, 1.4580, 1.4581, 1.4583
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
320 - 400 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 560 MPa
Notch impact value:
~ AC
Art No.
Description
G 124 625Gambit® Nicromo
G 124 632Gambit® Nicromo
Base materials:
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
=+
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581-A:
E 19 12 3 LR 12
DIN EN 1600: E 19 12 3 LR 12
AWS A-5.4: E 316 L-17
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 392
25 - 32 %
37 J (-60 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG 19-9
1.4316
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 19 9 L Si
EN 12072: G 19 9 L Si
AWS/ASME S FA.5.4: E 308 L Si
Qualities:
Austenitic chrome-nickel steel wire electrode with low carbon content. Suitable
for welding stainless austenitic steel at working temperatures up to +350 °C and
cold tough to –196 °C.
Suitable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: M11–M13
Weld positions:
Base materials:
1.4550, 1.4541, 1.4552, 1.4301, 1.4308, 1.4306
Mechanical quality values:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Yield strength:
>205 MPa
Tensile strength:
>510 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
G 320 208
G 320 209
G 320 209-1
G 320 210
G 320 211
G 320 212
G 320 213
Description
MSG 19-9
MSG 19-9
MSG 19-9
MSG 19-9
MSG 19-9
MSG 19-9
MSG 19-9
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
>30 %
>32 Joule (-196 °C)
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
1 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
WIG 19-9
1.4316
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Austenitic welding rod made of chrome-nickel steel with particularly low carbon content.
Suitable for welding non-rusting and cryogenic, austenitic steels with operating
temperatures up to +350 °C, cryogenic as low as -196 °C.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
DIN EN ISO 14343 - A: W 19 9 L Si
EN 12072: W 19 9 L Si
AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4: ER 308 L Si
Base materials:
1.4550, 1.4541, 1.4552, 1.4948, 1.4306, 1.4301,
1.4308, 1.6900, 1.6901, 1.6902, 1.6903
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Yield strength:
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
350 210
350 215
350 220
350 224
350 232
350 240
350 250
Description
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
Welding technique | 393
205 - 320 MPa
> 510 MPa
25 - 30 %
32 J (-196 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
WIG 19-9
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343 - A: W 19 9 L Si
EN 12072: W 19 9 L Si
AWS/ASME SFA - 5.4: ER 308 L Si
Qualities:
High-alloyed filler welding rod with very low carbon content for joint welding on
non-rusting and low-temperature steels. The weld material can withstand operating
temperatures of -196 °C to +400 °C.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with DIN EN 439: Welding argon (l1)
Weld positions:
Base materials:
1.4550, 1.4541, 1.4552, 1.4948, 1.4306, 1.4301,
1.4308, 1.6900, 1.6901, 1.6902, 1.6903
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Description
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
WIG 19-9
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
> 510 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
G 350 210
G 350 215
G 350 220
G 350 224
G 350 232
G 350 240
G 350 250
205 - 320 MPa
Tensile strength:
25 - 30 %
32 J (-196 °C)
Unit
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
WIG electrode
1.4430
WIG 19-12-3
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343 -A: W 19 12 3 L Si,
AWS A 5.9: ER 316 L Si
Qualities:
Base materials:
High-alloyed filler welding rod with extra low carbon content for joint welding at
non-rusting and heat resistant steels. Corrosion-resistant surfacing welds. The weld
material is employable for operating temperatures of -196 °C to +400 °C.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
1.4583, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4580, 1.4581, 1.4301,
1.4308, 1.6900, 1.6901, 1.6902, 1.6903, 1.4306,
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4435, 1.4436, 1.4550,
1.4541, 1.4552
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 410
350 415
350 420
350 425
350 430
350 440
350 450
Description
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
Tensile strength:
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
Welding technique | 394
315 – 320 MPa
> 510 MPa
25 – 30 %
> 32 J (-120 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
High-alloy wire electrode
1.4430
MSG 19-12-3
Norm denomination:
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G19 12
3 L Si
Base materials:
Qualities:
High alloyed wire electrode with low carbon content for joint welding on stainless and
heat resistant steel. Corrosion resistant deposit welding.
Weld metal can withstand temperatures between –120 °C and +400 °C.
Suitable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: M11–M13
1.4583, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4580, 1.4581, 1.4301,
1.4308, 1.4306, 1.4401,
1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4435, 1.4436, 1.4550, 1.4541,
1.4552, 1.4948
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Art No.
G 320 407-1
G 320 408
G 320 409
G 320 409-1
G 320 410
G 320 411
G 320 411-1
G 320 412
Description
MSG 19-12-3
MSG 19-12-3
MSG 19-12-3
MSG 19-12-3
MSG 19-12-3
MSG 19-12-3
MSG 19-12-3
MSG 19-12-3
≥ 320 MPa
Tensile strength:
≥ 510 MPa
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Size ø
0,60 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Yield strength:
Notch impact value:
≥ 25 %
≥ 32 Joule (-120 °C)
Unit
1 kg
15 kg
5 kg
1 kg
15 kg
5 kg
1 kg
15 kg
WIG 19-12-3
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
DIN EN ISO 14343 A: W 19 12 3 L Si
AWS A 5.9: ER 316 L Si
1.4430
High-alloyed filler welding rod with very low carbon content for joint welding on
non-rusting and low-temperature steels. The weld material can withstand operating
temperatures of -196 °C to +400 °C.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Base materials:
1.4583, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4580, 1.4581,
1.4301, 1.4308, 1.6900, 1.6901, 1.6902, 1.6903,
1.4306, 1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4435, 1.4436,
1.4550, 1.4541, 1.4552
Mechanical quality values:
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
G 350 410
G 350 415
G 350 420
G 350 425
G 350 430
G 350 440
G 350 450
Description
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
WIG 19-12-3
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Unit
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
Welding technique | 395
315 - 320 MPa
>510 MPa
25 - 30 %
>32 J (-120 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Special welding wire for rust-free, high-temperature steels
MSG Inomax 2/MSG Inomax 4
• Steadily burning arc and considerably less weld spatters
due to niobium-stabilised weld material
• Better wire transport and optimal power
transfer to the welding wire
due to the matt-pulled, rougher wire surface
• More even structure and less concave
construction of the weld seam,
due to special niobium-stabilised alloy and the rougher surface
Qualities:
The matt-pulled rougher surface provides two clear
advantages:
• Better wire transport due to higher adhesive friction
at the feed rollers
• Less contact interruptions in the power nozzle
because present sedimentations of foreign
substances like wax and oxides are not stripped-off
at the inlet of the jet but are also transported and
burnt in the arc
MSG Inomax 2
Mechanical quality values:
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A:G 19 9 Nb Si
DIN EN 12072 : G 19 9 Nb Si
Base materials:
1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4552, 1.4948, 1.4301,
1.4308, 1.4306
Yield strength:
270 - 350 MPa
Tensile strength:
520 - 550 MPa
Elongation:
25 - 30 %
Notch impact value:
32 J (+20 °C)
Weld positions:
Areas of use:
• Food processing companies like creameries,
slaughterhouses, breweries, beverages producers
and big bread shops
• Wastewater treatment plants and pipeline
construction
• Tank and vehicle construction
• All stainless steel processing companies
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO
14175: M12 - M13 taking into account carburisation.
Art No.
320 708
320 710
320 712
Description
MSG Inomax 2
MSG Inomax 2
MSG Inomax 2
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
15 kg
MSG Inomax 4
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Mechanical quality values:
Norm denomination:
Yield strength:
215 - 350 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 550 MPa
Elongation:
25 - 30 %
Base materials:
Notch impact value:
40 J (+20 °C)
1.4583, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4580, 1.4581,
1.4435, 1.4408, 1.4404, 1.4301, 1.4306,
1.4308
Weld positions:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A : G 19 12 3 Nb Si
EN 12072 - G 19 12 3 Nb Si
DIN 8556 - SG X 5 Cr Ni Mo Nb 19 12
Art No.
321 008
320 808
321 010
320 810
320 812
Description
MSG Inomax 4
MSG Inomax 4
MSG Inomax 4
MSG Inomax 4
MSG Inomax 4
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Welding technique | 396
Unit
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
15 kg
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Stabilized Cr-Ni electrode
1.4551
TS Inomax 2
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 Nb R 12
EN 1600: E 19 9 Nb R 12
AWS A-5.4: E 347-17
Qualities:
Rutile rod electrode for joint and surfacing welding on stainless, austenitic Cr-Ni steel and
all other similar types of steel and cast steel. Joint welding of ferritic Cr steel (up to 18 %
Cr), for root and interpass layers only in the presence of sulphurous gases. This rod
electrode can also be welded well with mains supply welding transformers and rectifiers.
The joint is austenite with delta-ferrite. Rutile electrodes in ELC quality with excellent
welding properties. Austenitic welding metal with 5 – 9 % ferrite content. Suitable for
operating temperatures up to +400 °C, scale resistant in air and oxidizing combustion
gases up to 800 °C. The coating can withstand re-drying up to +350 °C/2 hrs.
Base materials:
1.4301, 1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4308, 1.4552, 1.4312
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Art No.
127 002 25
127 002 32
Description
TS Inomax 2
TS Inomax 2
> 390 MPa
590 – 690 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
> 30 %
> 47 J (+ 20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
WIG electrode
1.4551
WIG Inomax 2
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 19 9 Nb (Si)
EN 12072: W 19 9 Nb (Si)
AWS/A-5.9: ER 347 (Si)
Qualities:
Welding rod made of niobium-stabilized, austenitic chromium nickel steel for WIG welding
stainless, austenitic steel. Non-rusting; immersion corrosion resistant (wet corrosion
to + 400 °C). Operating temperatures up to +350 °C, tough at temperatures as low as
-120 °C, scaling resistant in oxidizing combustion gases up to + 800 °C. Austenitic
weld metal with delta ferrite (5 – 9 % ferrite content), resistant to intercrystalline attacks
due to added Nb
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4319, 1.4306, 1.4301, 1.4303,
1.4308, 1.4310, 1.4312
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
270 - 350 MPa
Tensile strength:
520 - 550 MPa
Elongation:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 502 16
350 502 20
350 502 24
350 502 32
Description
WIG Inomax 2
WIG Inomax 2
WIG Inomax 2
WIG Inomax 2
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Notch impact value:
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
Welding technique | 397
25 - 30 %
≥32 J (+ 20 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Stabilized Cr-Ni-Mo electrode
1.4576
TS Inomax 4
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Rutile-coated rod electrode for welding stainless, austenitic steel. Welding material made
of Nb-stabilized chromium-nickel-molybdenum steel. Easily removable slag.
Heat tinting has to be removed using pickle. The weld material cannot be polished.
Redrying: +300 °C/2 h.
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 12 3 Nb R 12
EN 1600: E 19 12 3 Nb R 12
DIN 8556: E 19.12.3 Nb R 23
AWS A-5.4: E 318-17
Base materials:
1.4401, 1.4408, 1.4436, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4581,
1.4583
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Description
TS Inomax 4
TS Inomax 4
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
> 590 – 690 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
127 004 25
127 004 32
> 400 MPa
> 30 %
> 47 J (+ 20 °C)
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
WIG electrode
1.4576
WIG Inomax 4
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 19 12 3 Nb Si
EN 12072: W 19 12 3 Nb Si
AWS/ASME SFA-5.9: ER 318
Qualities:
Welding rod made of stabilized, austenitic chromium-nickel-molybdenum steel for WIG
welding stainless, austenitic steel. Immersion corrosion resistant (wet corrosion to
+400 °C), operating temperatures up to +400 °C, tough at temperatures as low as
-60 °C. Austenitic weld material with 6 – 10 % ferrite content. Structure is austenitic
with delta ferrite.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 504 16
350 504 20
350 504 24
350 504 32
Description
WIG Inomax 4
WIG Inomax 4
WIG Inomax 4
WIG Inomax 4
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Base materials:
1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4580, 1.4581,
1.4583, 1.4420, 1.4404, 1.4408,
1.4435, 1.4401, 1.4436
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
270 - 350 MPa
Tensile strength:
520 - 550 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
Welding technique | 398
25 - 30 %
≥32 J (+ 20 °C)
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Stainless corrosion electrode
1.4519
TS 3500
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 53
EN 1600: E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 53
AWS A-5.4: E 385 -17/ modified
Qualities:
Rutile-coated rod electrode for welding high alloyed steel with increased corrosion
resistance against reducing media, immersion corrosion resistant. Weld material made of
copper-containing, fully austenitic chrome-nickel-molybdenum steel with high molybdenum and especially low carbon content. Working temperatures from -60 °C to +400 °C,
dissimilar metal welds up to +350 °C. The joint is fully austenitic. Fully austenitic, hot
crack-proof weld material with high chemical resistance against stress corrosion
cracking and pitting even with media containing chlorine and non-oxidizing media.
Proven for use desalination plants. Re-drying is generally not required, however the
coating can withstand re-drying up to +350 °C.
Base materials:
1.4339, 1.4500, 1.4505, 1.4506, 1.4531, 1.4536,
1.4539, 1.4585, 1.4586
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
380 MPa
Tensile strength:
580 MPa
Elongation:
40 %
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
127 035 25
127 035 32
Description
TS 3500
TS 3500
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
80 J (- 40 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Highly corrosion resistant WIG electrode
WIG 35
1.4519
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 20 25 5 Cu L
Qualities:
Welding rod made of copper-containing, fully austenitic chromium-nickel-molybdenum
steel with high molybdenum content and especially low carbon content for TIG welding
of high-alloyed steel with enhanced corrosion-resistance against reducing media. Weld
metal for an operating temperature up to +450 °C. The joint is fully austenitic. Maximum
interpass temperature +150 °C. The weld metal is stainless, immersion corrosion resistant,
with good corrosion resistance. The weld metal is resistant to sulphuric acid, phosphoric
acid, and salt water. Resistance to intergranular attacks for wet corrosion up to +450 °C.
Low temperature tough to -196 °C
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
350 635 16
350 635 20
350 635 24
Description
WIG 35
WIG 35
WIG 35
DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Unit
5/10kg
5/10kg
5/10kg
Welding technique | 399
Base materials:
1.4500, 1.4505, 1.4506,
1.4439, 1.4539, 1.4429
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
320 - 350 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 560 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
25 - 35 %
70 J (+ 20 °C)
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Corrosion and acid resistant offshore electrode
TS Duplex
1.4462
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 22 9 3 N L R 12
EN 1600: E 22 9 3 N LR 12
AWS A-5.4: E 2209-17
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile-basic rod electrode for deposition and joint welding of corrosion resistant Cr-Ni-Mo
steel (duplex steel). The weld material has a austenitic-ferrite structure and is highly
resistant against wet corrosion in media containing H2O and chloride. Maximum
operating temperature is +250 °C. The heat treatment, if required, is performed by
means of solution annealing at +1050 °C (water or air). The delta ferrite content in
untreated weld material is approx. 25 – 35 %. The weld material is particularly resistant
against pitting. Re-drying at +350 °C approx. 1 hrs.
1.4347, 1.4362, 1.4417, 1.4426, 1.4460, 1.4462,
1.4463, 1.4575, 1.4582
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
550 - 610 MPa
Tensile strength:
720 - 780 MPa
Elongation:
26 %
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
127 010 25
127 010 32
Description
TS Duplex
TS Duplex
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
WIG electrode
Similar to 1.4462
WIG Duplex
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A : W 22 9 3 NL
EN 12072: W 22 9 3 NL
Base materials:
Qualities:
Welding rod made of nitrogen-containing, ferritic-austenitic chromium-nickelmolybdenum steel for WIG welding stainless ferritic-austenitic duplex steel. Operating
temperatures up to +250 °C. The delta ferrite content in the untreated weld material
is 25 – 35 %. The weld material is particularly resistant against pitting, crevice
corrosion and stress cracking corrosion in chloride-containing, aqueous media.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
1.4347, 1.4417, 1.4460, 1.4462, 1.4582
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 650 16
350 650 20
350 650 24
44 J (- 40 °C)
Description
WIG Duplex
WIG Duplex
WIG Duplex
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 400
380 - 450 MPa
550 MPa
> 20 %
> 32 J
TK7105
Rustproof / acidic steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Corrosion and acid resistant offshore wire
electrode
1.4462
Norm denomination:
MSG Duplex
DIN EN ISO 14343-A : G 22 9 3 NL
EN 12072: G 22 9 3 NL
Base materials:
Qualities:
1.4347, 1.4417, 1.4460, 1.4462, 1.4582
Wire electrode made of nitrogen-containing, ferritic-austenitic chromium-nickelmolybdenum steel for MIG/MAG welding of stainless, ferritic-austenitic duplex steel for
operating temperatures up to +250 °C, cryogenic to -40 °C. For joint and surfacing welds
with non-alloyed, low-alloyed and stainless steel/cast steel. Watch out for the tendency
of the base material to become brittle. Structure is ferritic-austenitic. The delta ferrite
content in the untreated weld material is 25 – 35 %. The weld material is particularly
resistant to pitting, crevice corrosion and stress cracking corrosion in media
containing chlorine and hydrogen sulphide.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 141759: M 12
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Art No.
324 462 08
324 462 10
Description
MSG Duplex
MSG Duplex
Yield strength:
450 - 600 MPa
Tensile strength:
550 - 800 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
1.4009
MSG 14
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 13
EN 12072: G 13
AWS/ASME SFA-5.9: ER 410
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of ferritic chromium steel for MIG/MAG welding of stainless
chromium steel. Structure: Martensite. Sealing surface deposits on fittings made of
alloyed or low-alloyed steel also possible. Operating temperature up to +450 °C.
Rust-proof and heat-proof weld material.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M 11, M 23
Base materials:
1.4000, 1.4001, 1.4002, 1.4006,
1.4008, 1.4021, 1.4024
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
450 MPa
Tensile strength:
650 MPa
Elongation:
Art No.
316 410 10
Description
MSG 14
75 J (+ 20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
High-alloyed wire electrode
Weld positions:
20 - 28 %
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Size ø
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
Welding technique | 401
18 %
TK7105
Heat-resistant steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Welding fillers for:
Heat-resistant steels
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
TS 23 - High-alloyed rod electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 18 8 Mn R 53
403
MSG 23 - Chrome-nickel-steel-wire electrode
1.4370
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 18 8 Mn
403
WIG 23
1.4370
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 18 8 Mn
404
TS 22 - Steel 29/9 electrode
1.4337
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 29 9 R 12
404
MSG 22 - High-alloyed electrode for maintenance and repair work
1.4337
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 29 9
405
WIG 22 - WIG electrode
1.4337
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 29 9
405
TS 22 Super - Steel electrode 29/9 super
1.4337
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 29 9 R 12
406
NOX 229 - Highly-alloyed coated electrode
1.4337
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 29 9 R 12
407
NOX 9000 Premium
–
Special alloy in accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581
408
TS 25 - High-alloyed heat resistant wire electrode
1.4842
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 25 20 R32
409
MSG 25 - WIG electrode
1.4842
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 25 20
409
WIG 25 - WIG electrode
1.4842
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 25 20
410
MSG 27 - High-alloyed wire electrode
1.4820
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 25 4
410
WIG 27 - Heat resistant WIG rod
1.4820
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 25 4
411
TS 44 ZX® - Niro super electrode
1.4459
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 23 12 2 LR 32
412
TS 4400 - Universal repair electrode for numerous applications
1.4431
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 20 10 3 LR 12
413
MSG 44 - High-alloyed wire electrode
1.4332
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 23 12 LSi
414
WIG 44 - High-alloyed TIG electrode
1.4332
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 23 12 LSi
414
TS 28 - Special electrode with high nickel content and basic coating
2.4620
DIN EN ISO 14172: E Ni 60 93
415
Welding technique | 402
TK7105
Heat-resistant steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
High-alloyed rod electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 23
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 18 8 Mn R 53
DIN EN 1600: E 18 8 Mn R 53
AWS A-5.4:E 307-16
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile coated high-performance electrode for joint welding of steels that are difficult to
weld, strongly superimposing, highly carbon-containing steels, manganese hard-steels
and cast steel. The special composition makes the extreme output of 160 % possible.
The weld material of austenitic CrNiMn-steel is mostly corrosion-proof, non-scaling up
to +800 °C and cryogenic up to -100 °C. The weld seams are extraordinarily elastic and
crack-proof. Also very well suitable for buffering layers with hard surfacing welds.
Employable e.g. for earth movers and building machines, valve seats, carriers and
running wheels, drilling tools, rails and points.
Steels of different types, black-white-connections,
steels that are difficult to weld, steels with high
carbon content, non-alloyed and low-alloyed steels,
cast steel and manganese hard steel.
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
>350 MPa
590 - 690 MPa
>30 %
>50 J (+20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
DB and TÜV
approval
Art No.
122 325
122 332
122 340
Description
TS 23
TS 23
TS 23
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
250 mm
350 mm
450 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Chrome-nickel-steel-wire electrode
1.4370
MSG 23
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 18 8 Mn
Base materials:
Qualities:
For joint welding at non-rusting and heat resistant steels. For corrosion resistant
surfacing welds, joint welding at steels of different types, e.g. black-white-connections
up to +300 °C. Weldings at steels with high carbon content and steels that are difficult to
weld, like manganese hard steels. Can also be used for welding buffering layers with hard
surfacings. The weld material is non-scaling up to +850 °C. Application: pre-heat to
+100 °C to +150 °C with 10 mm wall thickness, to +150 °C to +200 °C with wall
thickness higher than 10 mm.
Suitable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: M11–M13
Weld positions:
Art No.
320 508
320 509
320 510
320 511
320 512
320 513
370 001
Description
MSG 23
MSG 23
MSG 23
MSG 23
MSG 23
MSG 23
Wire winding adapter
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
215 - 380 MPa
Tensile strength:
510 - 660 MPa
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
Austenitic wire electrode for welding of high-alloyed
steels
In connection with low-alloyed steels. Suitable for
welding ductile and stress-compensating buffer
layers on crack-sensitive materials. Surfacing on
manganese steels.
Notch impact value:
Unit
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
Welding technique | 403
30 - 35 %
40 J (+20 °C)
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WIG 23
1.4370
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 18 8 Mn
Qualities:
Welding rod made of austenitic chrome-nickel-manganese steel with low carbon content for
WIG-welding of steels of different types for operating temperatures up to +300 °C,
cryogenic as low as -110 °C. Aim for as large a cross-section of the seam as possible in the
root pass. Avoid overheating of the pool by adding sufficient filler at the welding rod. Highest
operating temperatures for black-white joints +300 °C. Use nickel-based filler metals for
longer annealing treatments above +300 °C or at operating temperatures above +300 °C.
Weld material hardens with cold forming.
Applicable inert gases: according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
Steels of different types (black-white-connections);
high carbon content and hard to weld steels, nonalloyed and low-alloyed steels, manganese hard
steel, buffer layers for hardfacings; cryogenic nickel
steels.
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
215 - 350 MPa
Tensile strength:
500 - 510 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 110
350 116
350 120
350 124
Description
WIG 23
WIG 23
WIG 23
WIG 23
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
Steel 29/9 electrode
1.4337
TS 22
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 29 9 R 12
EN 1600: E 29 9 R 12
AWS A 5.4: E 312-16
Qualities:
TS 22 is a ferritic-austenitic coated rod electrode specially for joint welding of different
types of steels and for surfacing welding. The weld material, which is non-scaling to up to
+1000 °C, is crack-proof, corrosion resistant, elastic, shock-proof and ductile. Very easy
to work with due to easy ignition of the arc and good wetting properties. Allows almost
splatter-free welding, flat welding beads and does not produce any undercuts. The electrode
diameter of 20 mm is perfect for notch-free repair welds on hard chrome-plated hydraulic
piston rods.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
122 020
122 025
122 032
Description
TS 22
TS 22
TS 22
25 - 30 %
>32 J (-110 °C)
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
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Base materials:
Diverse steels (black white connections); hard to
weld steels (e.g. Q+T and tool steels), manganese
hard steel; for surfacing welds and repairs of shafts,
impellers, hot workign tools, etc.
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
580 MPa
700 - 800 MPa
20 %
30 J (20 °C)
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High-alloyed electrode for maintenance
and repair work
1.4337
Norm denomination:
MSG 22
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 29 9
EN 12072: G 29 9
AWS/ASME SFA-5.9: similar to ER 312
Base materials:
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of ferritic-austenitic chromium-nickel-steel for MIG/MAG
welding of different types of steel and for surfacing. Scale-resistant up to +1000 °C.
Most important areas of application are corrosion resistant like steels and cast steel,
difficult to weld steel, e.g. higher strength constructional steel, manganese hard steel
and joints with high-alloyed steel; repairs and wear-resistant surfacing. Joint is
ferritic-austenitic. What’s special about this wire is the higher delta ferrite content in
the weld material; the associated improved coefficient of thermal expansion reduces
the internal tension in black-white joints and increases the resistance against hot
cracking.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Mixed gases, such as M 11
Weld positions:
Art No.
Description
320 629 10 MSG 22
E.g. 1.4006, 1.4762, 1.4085, 1.3401
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
560 MPa
Tensile strength:
740 MPa
Elongation:
Size ø
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
1.4337
WIG 22
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 29 9
EN 12072: W 29 9
AWS/ASME SFA-5.9: similar to ER 312
Qualities:
High-alloyed filler metal for welding difficult to weld steel, e.g. tool steel, austenitic
manganese steel and CrNiMn steel. The weld material is corrosion resistant, crack
resistant, tough and scale-resisting up to +1000 °C. Due to the high mechanical
resistance, also suitable for wear-resistant deposits on gears, shafts and moulds.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Mixed gases, such as M 11
Base materials:
E.g. 1.4762, 1.4085
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
560 MPa
Tensile strength:
740 MPa
Elongation:
Weld positions:
Description
WIG 22
WIG 22
WIG 22
25 %
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
WIG electrode
Art No.
350 129 10
350 129 16
350 129 20
TK7105
Heat-resistant steels
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 405
25 %
TK7105
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Steel electrode 29/9 super
TS 22 Super
• Excellent qualities as repair electrode
due to its special alloy it adapts to the most different materials
• Very good employable even at mechanically high-strained materials,
due to its tensile strength of 750 MPa it stands high strain
• It is employable in the whole area of chrome-nickel
as well as in temperature ranges up to +1.100 °C
because this electrode is absolutely corrosion and heat resistant
Qualities:
Material no. 1.4337
Austenitic-ferritic special electrode for joint
weldings at materials that are difficult to
weld. Specially developed for universal
employment in the field of maintenance and
repairs. Excellent welding and igniting
qualities, easily removable slag. The weld
seam is mechanically highly strain resistant,
crack-proof, even, fine-flaked and heat and
corrosion resistant. Equally good welding
results also with surfacing welds and as
buffering layers.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581-A:
E 29 9 R 12
DIN EN 1600: E 29 9 R 12
DIN 8556: E 29 9 R 26
AWS A 5.4: E 312-16
NFA 81-345: EZ 29 9 R 23
Base materials:
Tool steel, high speed steel, carbon steel,
spring steel, machining steel, hot working steel,
maganese hard steel, Q+T steel, ferritic and
martensitic Cr steel.
Mechanical quality values:
Art No.
122 220
122 225
122 232
122 240
Description
TS 22 Super
TS 22 Super
TS 22 Super
TS 22 Super
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 406
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
450 - 500 MPa
650 - 750 MPa
15 - 20 %
40 J (RT)
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Highly-alloyed coated electrode
NOX 229
• Very well-suited for repair weldings
because it adapts to the most different materials due to a special alloy
• Excellently employable at mechanically highly strained materials
due to its tensile strengths of 750 - 820 MPa
• Employable in the temperature range up to +1.100 °C
as well as in stainless steel, tool and machine construction because
absolutely heat and corrosion resistant
Qualities:
Material no. 1.4337
• High-alloyed coated electrode for repair
and reconstruction welds on steels that are
difficult to weld
• Excellent igniting and welding properties
• Easily removable slag
• Very clean and fine-scaled seam
appearance without undercuts
• Even and steadily burning arc
• The weld seams can withstand high
mechanical loads, extremely crack-resistant,
heat and corrosion resistant
• Same good welding results for applications
and as buffering layers
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
Areas of use:
DC (+)
~ AC
• Maintenance and repair sector
• High-strained steels
• Black-white connections
• Zinc-plated steels
• Steels with high carbon content and
corrosion-resistant steels
• Manganese hard steels etc.
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 29 9 R 12
EN 1600: E 29 9 R 12
AWS A 5.4: E 312-16
Base materials:
Tool steel, carbon steel, spring steel, machining
steel, hot working steel,
Manganese hard steel, Q+T steels, ferritic and
martensitic chrome steels.
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
450 - 610 MPa
Tensile strength:
650 - 820 MPa
Elongation:
15 - 20 %
Notch impact value: 40 - 60 J (+20 °C)
Art No.
122 120
122 125
122 132
Description
NOX 229
NOX 229
NOX 229
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
300 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
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TK7105
Heat-resistant steels
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NOX 9000 Premium
Norm denomination:
Special alloy in accordance with DIN EN ISO 3581
Base materials:
• Universal high-alloyed electrode for use especially
Difficult to weld base metals with and among each
other, e.g. high carbon steel, tool steel, spring steel,
steel castings, etc.
with unknown types of steel
• Acid resistant,
therefore can also be used with acidic media
Mechanical quality values:
• Less rework and finishing
due to fewer spatters and easy slag removal
Yield strength:
600 MPa
Tensile strength:
820 MPa
Elongation:
Qualities:
Notch impact value:
NOX 9000 Premium is an alloyed core rod electrode. The additional Mo content increases
the mech. quality values while increasing the crack resistance when joining and surfacing
on difficult to weld base materials. The weld metal is resistant to corrosion and high
strength, malleable, shock resistant, tough, acid and heat resistant from RT to 300 °C,
short term up to 1000 °C.
Areas of use:
Sewage treatment plants, dairies, vineyards, paper mills, breweries,
water well drilling, agriculture
Weld positions:
= + DCtype/polarity:
(+)
Current
~ AC
Art No.
123 125
123 132
Description
NOX 9000 Premium
NOX 9000 Premium
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Welding technique | 408
25 %
40 J (RT)
TK7105
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Heat-resistant and non-scaling electrode
1.4842
TS 25
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 25 20 R32
EN 1600: E 25 20 R 32
AWS A-5.4: E 310-16
Qualities:
Rutile-coated, heat-resistant rod electrode for joint welding of highly heat-resistant
chrome-nickel steels of the same type and carbon-containing steels. Heat resistant up
to +1200 °C. Weld material made of fully austenitic chrome-nickel steel. Good welding
properties in difficult positions. Pre-heat to +200 °C to +300 °C. Subsequent
annealing at +700 °C advisable.
Base materials:
Rustproof, heat-resistant steels: 1.4841, 1.4845,
1.4828, 1.4724, 1.4837, 1.4826
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
>300 MPa
>540 - 640 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
>30 %
>50 J (bei +20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
122 525
122 532
122 540
122 550
Description
TS 25
TS 25
TS 25
TS 25
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
High-alloyed heat resistant wire electrode
1.4842
MSG 25
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 25 20
EN 12072:G 25 20
AWS/ASME SFA-5.9: similar to ER 310
Base materials:
Qualities:
Welding rod made of fully austenitic chromium-nickel steel for MIG/MAG welding of heat
resistant steel. Good for welding steel with a high carbon content. Excellent for deposit
welding. The weld material is resistant to scaling up to +1200 °C.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 141759:
M 11, M 23, M 32 and M 21
1.4832, 1.4837, 1.4840, 1.4841, 1.4845
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
350 MPa
Tensile strength:
550 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Art No.
320 625 08
320 625 10
Description
MSG 25
MSG 25
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 409
25 %
40 J (+ 20 °C)
TK7105
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WIG electrode
1.4842
WIG 25
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 25 20
EN 12072 : W 25 20
Qualities:
Base materials:
Welding rod made of fully austenitic chromium-nickel steel for WIG welding of heat
resistant steel. Excellent for deposit welding. Welding material is resistant to scaling up to
+1200 °C (in oxidizing, sulphur-containing atmosphere up to around +650 °C). Structure
is fully austenitic.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
1.4832, 1.4837, 1.4840, 1.4841, 1.4845
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
315 MPa
Tensile strength:
490 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 125 16
350 125 20
Description
WIG 25
WIG 25
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.4820
MSG 27
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 25 4
EN 12072: G 25 4
Qualities:
Base materials:
Wire electrode made of ferritic-austenitic chromium-nickel steel for MAG welding of heat
resistant steel. Resistant to scaling up to +1100 °C. The weld material is heat and scale
resistant and resistant against reducing, sulphur-containing furnace gases. Joining of the
same types of steel. Only the final passes are welded with WIG 27 due to the chemical
resistance.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Mixed gases, such as M 11
1.4713, 1.4724, 1.4742, 1.4762,
1.4821, 1.4822, 1.4823
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
480 MPa
Tensile strength:
700 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
320 627 10
Description
MSG 27
80 J (+ 20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
High-alloyed wire electrode
Weld positions:
25 %
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
Size ø
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
Welding technique | 410
18 %
50 J (+ 20 °C)
TK7105
Heat-resistant steels
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Heat resistant WIG rod
1.4820
WIG 27
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 25 4
EN 12072: W 25 4
Qualities:
Base materials:
Welding rod made of ferritic chromium-nickel steel for WIG welding of heat resistant
steel. Resistant to scaling up to +1100 °C. The weld material is resistant against
reducing, sulphur-containing furnace gases. Joining of the same types of steel. Only the
final passes are welded with WIG 27 due to the chemical resistance. This way a better
impact resistance and deformability is achieved. Structure is ferritic-austenitic.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Argon (I1)
1.4713, 1.4724, 1.4742, 1.4762, 1.4821, 1.4822,
1.4823
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
480 MPa
Tensile strength:
700 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 700 16
350 700 24
Description
WIG 27
WIG 27
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 411
18 %
50 J (+ 20 °C)
TK7105
Heat-resistant steels
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Niro super electrode
TS 44 ZX®
• Welding of tinned materials without the need for re-tinning
because special coating prevents burning of tin
• Welding of many different materials, e.g. VA, steel,
crack-sensitive parts, mixed-joints, steel, stainless steel, etc.
due to special alloy components
• Can be used at high temperatures
due to excellent heat and scaling resistance up to 1050 °C
Qualities:
Material no. 1.4459
Rutile-basic coated electrode for steels that
are difficult to weld and joint welding
of austenitic with ferritic steels (black-whiteconnections). Due to the special coating even
zinc-plated materials can be welded well.
Also suitable as buffering layer with
surfacing welds. The weld material is heat
resistant and non-scaling up to +1,050 °C,
excellently crack-proof and ductile. Clean,
smooth and pore-free weld beads, no
undercuts. Excellent gap bridging, easily
removable slag.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 23 12 2 LR 32
DIN EN 1600: E 23 12 2 LR 32
AWS: E 309 Mo 26
Base materials:
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4406, 1.4571, 1.4580
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
350 - 460 MPa
Tensile strength:
550 - 650 MPa
Elongation:
25 % - 30 %
Notch impact value: 55 J
Video
Art No.
123 020
123 025
123 032
123 040
Description
TS 44 ZX®
TS 44 ZX®
TS 44 ZX®
TS 44 ZX®
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/25 kg
5/25 kg
5/25 kg
5/25 kg
Welding technique | 412
DB and TÜV
approval
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Universal repair electrode for numerous
applications
TS 4400
• Ideal for welding buffer layers before hard
applications,
since the weld material compensates the material tension and
prevents the formation of cracks
• Can be used for welding black-white joints
thanks to the special alloy composition
X6CrNiMoTi 12 2 (1.4571). DIN EN 10 088 mit
S355J2G3
DIN EN 10 025, S355J2G3 DIN EN 10 025, S355 N
DIN EN 10 113
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
>400 MPa
Tensile strength:
>620 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Qualities:
Extremely clean burning arc, therefore hardly any splashing on the seam surface.
Absolutely clean seam appearance, easily removable slag. Excellent mechanical
qualities due to the balanced composition of the alloy.
Areas of use:
Can be used for welding grade steel, rust-proof Cr-steel, manganese hard steel, and
armour steel, and for welding buffer layers, for repair welds on unknown steel and for
black-white joints.
Description
TS 4400
TS 4400
Norm denomination:
Base materials:
due to the special alloy composition with high mechanical qualities
Art No.
124 100 25
124 100 32
1.4431
DIN EN ISO 3581-A: E 20 10 3 LR 12
DIN EN 1600: E 20 10 3 LR 12
AWS A 5.4: E 308 MoL-17
• Can be used for repair welds on cracksusceptible and unknown steel
Weld positions:
TK7105
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Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,20 mm
Length
Unit
300 mm 2,5 kg/5 kg
350 mm 2,5 kg/5 kg
Welding technique | 413
>25 %
>55 J (+20 °C)
TK7105
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High-alloyed wire electrode
1.4332
MSG 44
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: G 23 12 LSi
EN 12072: G 23 12 LSi
AWS/ASME SFA-5.9: ER 309 L
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of chromium-nickel steel with particularly low carbon content for
MIG/MAG welding of stainless cladding and different types of steel. Weld material for
operating temperatures of up to + 350 °C, heat resistant up to +1200 °C, beneficially
high Cr and Ni contents, low C content. The structure is austenitic with a higher delta
ferrite content, cladding and buffer layers are already corrosion resistant in the first layer.
Even at higher degrees of fusing, no danger of the formation of martensite (root welding).
Operating temperatures for black-white joints max. +300 °C. For longer annealing above
+300 °C, nickel-based filler metals should be used.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175:
Mixed gases, such as M 11 und M 23
Weld positions:
Art No.
320 644 08
320 644 10
Description
MSG 44
MSG 44
Base materials:
1.2780, 1.4710, 1.4729, 1.4740,
1.4825, 1.4828
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
390 MPa
Tensile strength:
540 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
1.4332
WIG 44
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14343-A: W 23 12 LSi
EN 12072: W 23 12 LSi
AWS-5.9: ER 309 LSi
Qualities:
Welding rod made of austenitic chromium-nickel steel with particularly high carbon
content for WIG welding of stainless cladding and dissimilar steels. Weld material for
operating temperatures of up to + 300 °C, heat resistant up to +1200 °C, cladding and
buffer layers are already corrosion resistant in the first layer. Even at higher degrees of
fusing, no chance of martensite forming (root welds). For longer annealing above
+300 °C, nickel-based filler metals should be used.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
1.2780, 1.4710, 1.4729, 1.4740, 1.4825, 1.4828
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
>215 MPa
Tensile strength:
>510 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Art No.
350 144 16
350 144 20
350 144 24
Description
WIG 44
WIG 44
WIG 44
65 J (+20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
High-alloyed TIG electrode
Weld positions:
30 %
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 414
25 %
> 40 J
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Special electrode with high nickel content and
basic coating
TS 28
2.4620
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14172: E Ni 60 93
DIN 1736: EL-NiCr 16 Fe Mn
AWS A5.11: E NiCrFe-2/ mod.
Qualities:
Base materials:
The TS 28 is a niobium-stabilised, basic special electrode with high nickel content for
connections and plating at materials of the same type and materials with different alloys.
Employable with operating temperatures from -269 °C to +550 °C. The fully austenitic
weld material is non-sensitive to embrittlement, chemically resistant, cryogenic,
thermoshock and highly heat resistant as well as non-scaling up to +1.300 °C. With high
temperatures there is no carbon diffusion into the weld material. With the base materials
listed below the TS 28 can be employed for joint and surfacing welds. It can be welded
with both, DC as well as AC (> 70 Volts).
Mechanical quality values:
2.4630, 2.4631, 2.4669, 2.4816, 2.4817, 2.4851,
2.4867, 2.4869, 2.4870, 2.4951, 1.5637, 1.5662,
1.5680, 1.6900, 1.6901, 1.6903, 1.6906
Yield strength:
380 MPa
Tensile strength:
650 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
128 250
128 325
128 400
Description
TS 28
TS 28
TS 28
TK7105
Heat-resistant steels
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 415
35 %
80 J (-120 °C)
TK7105
Special applications
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Welding fillers for:
Special applications
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
TS Nut Standard - For separating and grooving
–
Special alloy
417
Thermofix - Pre-heat electrode
–
Special alloy
418
Welding technique | 416
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
For separating and grooving
TS Nut Standard
• Separating and grouting without compressed air
due to own blow effect of the electrode
• Optimal preparation of the weld seam
in the cast area
due to heat input and residue-free material removal
• Easy cutting-out of stuck and difficultly
accessible parts (like slide bearings)
due to easy handling of electrode
Qualities:
Weld positions:
Special electrode for joining, grooving
and drilling as well as for melt cutting
of metallic work pieces. With sewing
movements the electrode has to be
guided in a blade angle of about 15° to
the work piece. With works at oily or
soiled work pieces the slightly melted
material is blown away by the light
arc. The result is clean grooves without
any reworking.
Current type/polarity:
= – DC (-)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
Special alloy
Base materials:
All metallic materials, e.g. non-alloyed to
high-alloyed steels, grey cast, non-ferrous
and light metals.
Use GS 32 after separating and grooving.
See page 425
Art No.
160 075
160 076
160 077
Description
TS Nut Standard
TS Nut Standard
TS Nut Standard
Recommended current settings:
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 417
Ø 2.50 mm = 100 - 160 Ampère
Ø 3.25 mm = 130 - 200 Ampère
Ø 4.00 mm = 180 - 250 Ampère
TK7105
Special applications
TK7105
Special applications
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Pre-heat electrode
Norm denomination:
Thermofix
Special alloy
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
Base materials:
Iron, steel, copper, aluminium and their alloys.
Special electrode for extra precise heating-up of metal parts up to +3.500 °C. The
alternative to the common autogenous torches in workshop and repair areas. Does not
deliver metallic weld material but deposits slag only which can be easily removed by
brushing or tapping. The electrode is suitable for pre-heating of crack-sensitive work
pieces and for after-treatment of weld seams. It is also used for pre-heating with tapping,
bending and forging works as well as with the heat treatment of steels, screws, studs,
bearings and sleeves and assembly works.
Weld positions:
Art No.
162 032
162 040
Description
Thermofix
Thermofix
Current type/polarity:
= + – DC (+/-)
~ AC
Size ø
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
450 mm
450 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 418
Current intensity:
Ø 3.25 mm = 100 - 150 Ampère
Ø 4.00 mm = 180 - 240 Ampère
Arc length:
15 - 30 mm, vertically guided
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Welding fillers for:
Nickel, cast iron
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
MSG 33 - MSG wire electrode
2.4831
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 66 25
419
WIG 33 - WIG electrode
2.4831
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6625
420
TS 35 - Special nickel-based electrode
2.4648
DIN EN ISO 14172: E Ni 6082 (NiCr 20 Mn 3 Nb)
420
MSG 37 - MSG wire electrode
2.4806
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6082
421
WIG 37 - WIG electrode
2.4806
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb)
421
GS 30 - Bi-metal electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC Ni Fe-CL-1
422
NT 90 - Special cast electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC NiFe Cl-1
423
GS 31 - Cast universal electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC Ni-CI1
424
GS 32 - Special cast electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 1071: E C Ni CI-1
425
NT 92 - Special cast electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC Ni CI-1
426
GS 35 „Multicast“ - S pecial electrode for repairs at unknown cast
materials
–
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC NiCu1
427
MSG wire electrode
2.4831
MSG 33
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 66 25
AWS/ASME SFA-5.14: ER NiCrMo – 3
DIN 1736: SG NiCr 21 Mo 9 Nb
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy for MIG welding of nickel
alloys, low temperature nickel steel, and joints of dissimilar metals for operating
temperatures up to +1000 °C, tough at temperatures as low as -196 °C. Temperature
limit: max. +500 °C for sulphurous atmospheres. High resistance against corrosive
media, pitting, stress corrosion cracking and crevice corrosion. The most important
applications are nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloying, black-white joints for operating
temperatures above +300 °C. Protection under the weld is required for sheet metal and
root welds. The groove angle should be at least 70° for V and X joints. Use MIG welding
electrode preferably with pulsed arc. Structure is austenitic.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
320 633 08
320 633 10
Description
MSG 33
MSG 33
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
DC (+)
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 419
Base materials:
2.4876, 2.4618, 2.4619
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
> 420 MPa
750 - 760 MPa
> 30 %
> 100 J (+20 °C)
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
WIG electrode
2.4831
WIG 33
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6625
DIN 1736: SG-NiCr22 Mo 9 Nb
AWS/ASME SFA-5.14: ER NiCrMo-3
Qualities:
Welding rod made of nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys for WIG welding of nickel
alloys, low temperature nickel steel and joing different types of metal. Operating
temperatures up to +1000 °C, tough at temperatures as low as -196 °C. Black-white
joints for operating temperatures above +300 °C, stainless. Highly resistant to corrosive media, scaling resistance up to +1100 °C, temperature limits: max. +500 °C in
sulphurous atmospheres, resistant against stress corrosion cracking. The workpiece must
be clean in the welding area to ensure a crack-free joint. Protection below the joint is
required for thin sheet metal and root welds. The groove angle should be at least 70° for
V and X joints. WIG welding rod must be used in the inert gas range.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Description
WIG 33
WIG 33
WIG 33
2.4876, 2.4618, 2.4619, 1.4529
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
2.4648
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 14172: E Ni 6082 (NiCr 20 Mn 3 Nb)
DIN 1736: EL-NiCr 19 Nb
AWS A5.11: E NiCrFe – 3/MOD
Qualities:
Basic covered, core rod alloyed Ni-basic electrode for joining unalloyed and high alloyed
materials as well as nickel and nickel alloys, copper and copper alloys. High corrosion
and heat resistance in sulphurous atmospheres. The weld material is stainless, highly
heat resistant, resistant to scaling up to +1000 °C and tough at temperatures as low as
-196 °C. Even at high temperatures, no diffusion of carbon in the weld material. For joint
welding on structures with high internal tension. The electrode can be used for example
in the construction of pressure vessels, boilers, fittings, machines and apparatuses.
Excellent for thermally stressed black-white joints > +300 °C. Re-drying at +350 °C/1 hr.
Base materials:
1.4876, 1.4958, 1.4959, 2.4605,
2.4630, 2.4631, 2.4669, 2.4816,
2.4817, 2.4851, 2.4856, 2.4858,
2.4869, 2.4870, 2.4951, 2.4952
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Description
TS 35
TS 35
110 J (+20 °C)
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
TS 35
Art No.
122 635 25
122 635 32
35 %
DC (-)
Special nickel-based electrode
Weld positions:
520 MPa
760 - 800 MPa
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
350 133 16
350 133 20
350 133 24
Base materials:
DC (+)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 420
420 MPa
650 - 700 MPa
40 - 42 %
96 J (-196 °C)
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG wire electrode
2.4806
MSG 37
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6082
DIN 1736: SG NiCr 20 Nb
AWS/ASME SFA-5.14: ER NiCr – 3
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of nickel-chromium-iron alloy for MIG welding of nickel alloys, low
temperature tough nickel steel and different types of joints for operating temperatures up
to +550 °C, tough at temperatures as low as -196 °C. The most important applications:
Nickel-chromium alloys, black-white joints for operating temperatures above +300 °C,
joining of unlike materials.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I 1)
Base materials:
1.4306, 1.4876, 1.5637, 1.5680, 1.5662, 2.4816,
2.4951
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
400 MPa
Tensile strength:
680 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
Description
320 637 08 MSG 37
320 637 10 MSG 37
DC (+)
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
WIG electrode
2.4806
WIG 37
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Welding rod made of nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys for WIG welding of nickel
alloys, low temperature nickel steel and joining different types of metal. Operating
temperatures up to +1.000 °C, tough at temperatures as low as -296 °C. Temperature
limit: +500 °C in sulphurous atmospheres; max. +800 °C for fully stressed joints.
Stainless, heat resistant, high temperature resistant. The workpiece must be clean in the
welding area to ensure a crack-free joint. The electrode can be used for example in the
construction of pressure vessels, boilers, fittings, machines and apparatuses.. Protection
below the joint for thin sheet metal and root welds; groove angle at least 70° for V and X
joints. The wire electrode is preferable for impulse arc welding.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175:
Welding argon (I1), I3 (Ar/He mixture)
DIN EN ISO 18274: S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb)
DIN 1736: SG-NiCr20 Nb
ASTM/SFA-5.14: ER Ni Cr-3
Base materials:
1.4583, 1.4958, 1.4876, 1.4981,
1.4988, 1.5637, 1.5662, 1.5680,
1,6905, 2.4630, 2.4631, 2.4669,
2.4816, 2.4858, 2.4869, 2.4870,
2.4951, 2.4952, 2.4969
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
=> 380 MPa
Tensile strength:
=> 620 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Art No.
350 137 16
350 137 20
350 137 24
Description
WIG 37
WIG 37
WIG 37
40 %
150 J (+20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= –
DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 421
=> 35 %
90 J
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Bi-metal electrode
Norm denomination:
GS 30
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC Ni Fe-CL-1
DIN 8573: E NiFe-BG 1-2
AWS-A 5.15: E Ni Fe C I
Base materials:
Qualities:
High nickel bi-metal rod electrode for all cast materials amongst each other and in
connection with steel, iron and copper materials. Suitable for both joint and surfacing
welds. High tensile strength and expansion, smooth weld seams, no undercuts. Due to the
special components of the coating and the good conductivity of the bi-metal core wire,
this electrode is not susceptible to current loads. It can also be used at low welding
currents with a steady arc and high melt-down rate. The familiar overheating (glowing) of
the second half of the electrode is avoided. Good mechanical workability even in the
margin zones.
Cast iron with nodular graphite according to
DIN 1693, e.g. GGG-40 to GGG-80; white and black
annealed cast according to DIN 1692; austenitic
cast with nodular graphite e.g. GGG Ni Cr Nb 20 2;
joint welding of non-alloyed steel and cast iron
with nodular graphite.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Hardness:
Weld positions:
Art No.
133 025
Description
GS 30
Current type/polarity:
= + – DC (+/-)
~ AC
Size ø
2,50 mm
Length
Unit
300 mm 2,5/5/15 kg
Welding technique | 422
450 MPa
15 %
190 HB
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Special cast electrode
NT 90
Free of harmful
barium
• Coated electrode with high nickel content
for the majority of cast materials
also in connection with steel, iron and copper materials
• Not sensitive with power overcharges
due to special component of the coating and good conductivity of the bi-metal core wire • Suitable for joint and surfacing welds
Qualities:
Weld positions:
• Contains no harmful barium.
• High tensile strength and expansion.
• Smooth weld seams, leaves no undercuts.
• Good mechanical workability even in
fringe areas.
• Even in lower ampere ranges, the
electrode can be welded
with a steady arc and high burn-off rate
• Overheating (from annealing) of the
second half of the electrode is prevented.
• Also suitable for cold welding.
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC NiFe Cl-1
DIN 8573: E NiFe BG 13
AWS A 5.15: E NiFe-C I
Base materials:
Ductile iron in accordance with DIN 1693, e.g.
GGG-40 to GGG-80; white and black annealed
cast according to DIN 1692; repair and joint
welding of non-alloyed steel and ductile iron.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength: 450 MPa
Hardness:
Art No.
133 425
133 432
Description
NT 90
NT 90
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Welding technique | 423
190 HB
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Cast universal electrode
Norm denomination:
GS 31
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC Ni-CI1
AWS A 5.15: E Ni-C1
Base materials:
Qualities:
Basic-graphite coated Reinnicke electrode for dissimilar cast iron welds. Extremely
versatile, for all (also crack-proof) repair work, e.g. oil coolers and gear housings.
Extremely intensive, steady burning arc, easy to control weld pool, easily removable
slag. Easy mechanical processing of welding material. Weld short beads (30 to 50 mm).
Hammer down beads immediately to relieve tensions. By choosing the pole (when
welding with direct current), certain properties can be achieved:
Direct current negative pole: Burning arc behaviour, deep weld penetration,
good flank formation and flat weld seams.
Direct current positive pole: Lower weld penetration, higher seams.
Alternating current: Lowest heat yield - good for filling layer welds.
Weld positions:
Art No.
133 125
133 132
Description
GS 31
GS 31
Current type/polarity:
= + – DC (+/-)
~ AC
Size ø
Length
2,50 mm 350 mm
3,25 mm 350 mm
Unit
2,5/5/15 kg
2,5/5/15 kg
Welding technique | 424
Cast work pieces, cylinder blocks, pump housings,
oil sumps, eccentric discs, rollers, cylinders, steel
castings, etc.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Hardness:
400 MPa
8%
ca. 160 HB
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Special cast electrode
GS 32
• Trouble-free welding of almost all materials
due to special alloy
• Corrosion-proof weld seams
because of very high nickel share
• Ideal for repairing cast pieces in built-in condition
since the electrode can be welded in all positions
(except for vertical-down weld seam)
Qualities:
Weld positions:
Special electrode with high nickel content for
manual arc welding of oil-soaked cast
materials that are difficult to weld, grey cast,
white cast and annealed cast iron as well as
for the connection of such with steel and
copper materials. For use with broken or
cracked work pieces for seal welding of
cracks, filling up blowholes, for surfacing
welds at engine blocks, housings, machine
parts and racks. The corrosion-proof weld
seam including transition zone can be
mechanically processed. Weld short beads of
20-30 mm length, in doing so hold the
electrode almost vertically and hammer off
the weld bead instantly. Pre-drill present
cracks with 3 mm Ø at both sides in order to
avoid further cracking. Continue with welding
when the work piece has cooled down to
hand temperature only.
Current type/polarity:
=–
DC (-)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 1071: E C Ni CI-1
DIN 8573: E Ni-BG1 2
ASME-SFA-5.15: E Ni-C 1
Base materials:
Grey, white and malleable cast iron, steel and
copper joints
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength: > 300 MPa
Art No.
133 225
133 232
Description
GS 32
GS 32
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
Unit
300 mm 2,5/5/15 kg
350 mm 2,5/5/15 kg
Welding technique | 425
Elongation:
6%
Hardness:
160 HB
For separating and grooving put in TS Nut
Standard beforehand. See page 417
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Special cast electrode
NT 92
Free of harmful
barium
• Employable with almost all cast working materials
due to special alloy
• Corrosion-free weld seams
because of very high share of nickel
• Ideal for repairing built-in cast parts since the electrode
can be welded in all positions (except for vertical-down seam)
Qualities:
Weld positions:
Barium-free cast electrode with high nickel
content for special repair welds on a wide
variety of cast types (e.g. grey cast, temper,
white and steel cast) as well as cracked or
broken components, such as housings,
machine parts, engine blocks, cast pipes etc.
Free of harmful barium. Also suitable for cold
welding. Excellent welding of the electrode
without pre-heating the component. The
coated electrode features good ductile
properties and is easy to handle. Due to the
somewhat low viscosity properties, the weld
material ensures an excellent connection to
the base material. Weld short beads (approx.
30 - 50 mm), hammer off weld seam after
welding.
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC Ni CI-1
DIN 8573: E Ni BG 13
AWS A-5.15: E Ni-CI
Base materials:
Grey cast, white cast, annealed cast as well as
steel and copper connections.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength: 300 MPa
Hardness:
Art No.
133 325
133 332
Description
NT 92
NT 92
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
300 mm
300 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Welding technique | 426
160 HB
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Special electrode for repairs at unknown cast materials
GS 35 „Multicast“
Repair weldings
made easy
• Excellent welding results on unknown,
difficult to weld cast materials
due to special nickel-copper alloy and coating
• Perfect for correction of casting and processing errors
because colour is very similar to cast iron
• Excellent seam appearance and minimum
reworking effort
due to fine-scaled appearance of the weld seam,
minimal weld spatter and easily removable slag
Qualities:
Weld positions:
• The solution for problems with all mending
and repair work on a wide variety of
unknown cast materials that are difficult to
weld
• Excellent burn-off qualities, bonds
extraordinarily well to the base material
• Weld material can be reworked by metal
cutting
• Ideal for repair work due to excellent
mechanical qualities
Areas of use:
Application:
Repair weldings of unknown, broken or
cracked cast materials. Applicable with grey
cast, cast iron, engine blocks, pump parts, oil
coolers, exhaust manifolds etc.
Clean welding area thoroughly and free the
seam flanks in sufficient width from the
cast skin of the base material. Make sure
that the heat input is as low as possible,
therefore chose smaller electrode diameter
and lower welding current. The width of the
beads must not be wider than twice the core
wire diameter, the length of the weld seam
should be approx. 30 - 50 mm. After welding
the weld seam has to be hammered-off in
order to reduce tension.
Art No.
133 500 25
133 500 32
Description
GS 35 „Multicast“
GS 35 „Multicast“
Current type/polarity:
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,20 mm
Length
300 mm
350 mm
Unit
1/2,5/5 kg
1/2,5/5 kg
Welding technique | 427
= +–
~ AC
DC (+/-)
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 1071: EC NiCu1
DIN 8573: E NiCu-BG 11
AWS A 5.15: E Ni Cu-B
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
300 MPa
Tensile strength:
400 MPa
Elongation:
15 %
Hardness:
approx. 165 HB
TK7105
Nickel, cast iron
TK7105
Aluminium
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Welding fillers for:
Aluminium
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
TS 11 A - Aluminium electrode
3.2585
DIN 1732: EL-AlSi12
429
TS 12 A - Aluminium electrode
3.2245
EN ISO 18273: E AL 4043 (ALSi5)
429
MSG Alupur - Aluminium welding wire
3.0805
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 1450 (AL 99,5 Ti)
430
Alupur - WIG-rod
3.0805
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AL 1450
430
MSG Alusil - Shielding gas welding wire
3.2245
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 4043 (ALSi 5)
431
Alusil - WIG-rod
3.2245
DIN EN ISO 18273 : S AL 4043 (AL Si 5)
431
MSG Alusil-S - Wire electrode
3.2585
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 4047 A (AISi12(A))
432
Alusil-S - WIG-rod
3.2585
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 4047 (AISi12(A))
433
MSG Aloxal - Shielding gas welding wire
3.3536
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AL 5754 (ALMg 3)
434
WIG Aloxal - WIG electrode
3.3536
DIN EN ISO 18273: S Al 5754 (AlMg 3)
434
Alu-wire (MIG) - MSG shielding gas welding wire
3.3548
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 5183 (AL Mg 4,5 Mn)
435
Alu-wire (WIG) - WIG-rod
3.3548
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 5183 (ALMg 4.5 Mn)
435
MSG Alu-Variomax® - Wire electrode
3.3546
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S Al 5087 (ALMg 4,5 Mn Zr)
436
Alu-Variomax - WIG-rod
–
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AL 5087 (AlMg 4,5 MnZr)
436
MSG Alumax - Wire electrode
3.3556
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 5356 (AIMg5Cr(A))
437
Alumax - WIG-rod
3.3556
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 5356 (AIMg5Cr(A))
438
WIG Mg - Magnesium WIG rod
3.5612
DIN 1729: SG-Mg Al 6 Zn
439
WIG Ti - Titanium WIG rod
3.7036
DIN EN ISO 24034: S Ti 0120 (Ti99,6)
439
AL 100 -Aluminium universal solder
3.2585
DIN 1732: SG AlSi 12
440
AL 200 FG - Aluminium brazing solder filled with fluxing agent
–
Special alloy
441
AL 400 - Aluminium solder
–
Special alloy
442
®
Welding technique | 428
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Aluminium electrode
3.2585
TS 11 A
Norm denomination:
DIN 1732: EL-AlSi12
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: similar to ER4047
Qualities:
Base materials:
Coated electrode with special cover for joint and repair weldings at aluminium and
aluminium-silicon-cast iron alloys with extraordinarily good welding qualities. Weld
electrode as horizontally as possible with short arc. Employable for repairs at all
aluminium work pieces, weldings at pump, compressor and transmission casings,
oil basins, belt discs, machine parts, containers, fan wings, engine blocks, engine
casings and protection hoods. Before processing, the welding area has to be
bare-metallic. Preheat to +150 °C to +200 °C from 8 mm wall thickness on.
Remove slag after cooling down in order to avoid corrosion phenomena.
In any case, store electrode dry. Re-baking 1 hour at +120 °C.
3.2161, 3.2211, 3.2381,
3.2383, 3.2581, 3.2583
Weld positions:
Description
TS 11 A
TS 11 A
TS 11 A
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
80 MPa
Tensile strength:
200 MPa
Elongation:
Current intensity:
5-8 %
Ø 2.50 mm = 40 – 70 A
Ø 3.25 mm = 60 – 90 A
Ø 4.00 mm = 80 – 110 A
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
151 125
151 132
151 140
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Aluminium
DC (+)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Aluminium electrode
3.2245
TS 12 A
Norm denomination:
EN ISO 18273: E AL 4043 (ALSi5)
DIN 1732: EL-AlSi5
Qualities:
Base materials:
Rod electrode with special covering for welding aluminium forging alloys and cast alloys.
Clean welding zone thoroughly. Use electrode preferably in PA position with short arc and
high welding speed. For larger workpieces and wall thicknesses, the weld joint area must
be pre-heated to +150 °C to +200 °C. The electrodes have to be stored dry, re-drying if
necessary (1 hr at +120 °C).
3.2151, 3.2305, 3.2315, 3.2341, 3.3206, 3.3210
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
151 200 25
151 200 32
Description
TS 12 A
TS 12 A
DC (+)
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
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90 MPa
120 MPa
15 %
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Aluminium welding wire
3.0805
MSG Alupur
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 1450 (AL 99,5 Ti)
DIN 1732: S Al 99,5 Ti
Qualities:
Base materials:
Wire electrode of aluminium for MIG-welding of pure aluminium. This well-flowing
aluminium alloy can be welded in almost all positions and has a clean, clear weld pool.
The Ti-content effects grain refining in the weld material.
Application: the weld seam area has to be bare metallic. With bigger work pieces and
wall thicknesses of more than 15 mm, pre-heat the area of the weld joint to +150 °C.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Pure aluminium e.G. Al 99.5 (3.0255), Al 99
(3.0205)
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
30 MPa
Tensile strength:
80 MPa
Elongation:
35 %
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Art No.
330 210
370 001
Description
MSG Alupur
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
1,00 mm
Unit
7 kg
WIG-rod
3.0805
Alupur
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AL 1450
DIN 1732: SG AL 99,5 Ti
Qualities:
Base materials:
Welding rod of aluminium for WIG-welding of pure aluminium. This well-flowing
aluminium alloy can be welded in almost all positions and has a clean, clear weld pool.
The Ti-content effects grain refining in the weld material.
Application: the weld seam area has to be bare metallic. With bigger work pieces and
wall thicknesses of more than 15 mm, pre-heat the area of the weld joint to +150 °C.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Pure aluminium e.G. Al 99.5 (3.0255), Al 99
(3.0205)
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Ductile yield:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
360 216
360 220
360 232
Description
Alupur
Alupur
Alupur
AC
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
3,20 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 430
50 MPa
100 MPa
40 % (+20 °C)
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Shielding gas welding wire
3.2245
MSG Alusil
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 4043 (ALSi 5)
DIN 1732: SG ALSi 5
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: ER 4043
Qualities:
Aluminium welding filler metal for MIG-welding of Al-Si and Al-Si cast alloys as well as
aluminium alloys of different types amongst each other. Not suitable for building parts
that are to be „anodised“ later since the weld seam area discolours grey.
Application: clean basic material properly in the seam area. Pre-heat sheet metal thicker
than 15 mm to +150 °C. With welding of solidificated AlMgSi, destabilisation of the basic
material next to the seam takes place. Therefore, do not place weld seams in
highly-strained areas.
Applicable inert gas according to EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
Aluminium-silicon alloys as well as for joining
different types of aluminium alloys to each other.
Partly suitable for heat treatable alloys including
AlCuMg1 (3.1325), AlMgSi1 (3.2315), AlZn 4.5 Mg1
(3.4335).
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
100 MPa
Tensile strength:
160 MPa
Elongation:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
330 308-2
330 310-2
330 310-1
330 310
330 312-2
330 312
370 001
Description
MSG Alusil
MSG Alusil
MSG Alusil
MSG Alusil
MSG Alusil
MSG Alusil
Wire winding adapter
15 – 20 %
DC (+)
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
0,5 kg
0,5 kg
2 kg
7 kg
2 kg
7 kg
WIG-rod
3.2245
Alusil
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273 : S AL 4043 (AL Si 5)
DIN 1732: SG-AlSi 5
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: ER 4043
Qualities:
Aluminium welding filler metal for WIG welding of Al-Si and Al-Si cast alloys as well as
aluminium alloys of different types amongst each other. Not suitable for building parts
that are to be “anodised” later since the weld seam area discolours to grey. With material
thicknesses of more than 15 mm, pre-heat building part to approx. +150 °C - +200 °C.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
Aluminium-silicon alloys as well as for joining different types of aluminium alloys
To each other. Can also be used (with limitations) for
heat treatable alloys including AlCuMg 1 (3.1325),
AlMgSi 1(3.2315, AlZn 4.5 Mg 1 (3.4335)
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
360 316
360 320
360 332
Description
Alusil
Alusil
Alusil
AC
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
3,20 mm
Yield point:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
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100 MPa
160 - 170 MPa
15 %
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Wire electrode
3.2585
MSG Alusil-S
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 4047 A (AISi12(A))
DIN 1732: S AISi 12
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: ER 4047
Qualities:
Alusil-S is a shielding gas welding wire which can be particularly employed for joint
welding of aluminium-silicon-alloys and aluminium-silicon cast alloys. A special
characteristic is the repeatedly peeled quality. This effects that no oxides that are
enclosed in the wire surface are brought into the weld material during the welding
works. With this special welding wire the harmful oxides are reduced to a minimum.
The Alusil-S-wire can also be employed with pulse welding. The thin-flowing melt-down
behaviour of the wire creates a good seam appearance. Depending on material thickness
pre-heating to +150 °C has to take place with thick-walled building parts. Not suitable
for anodising because here grey discolouration near the weld seam takes place. Is
predominantly used in construction and manufacturing in automotive construction, with
repair weldings in vehicle building, air condition construction, container building as well
as welding works on the industry and handicrafts sector.
Applicable inert gas according to EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
330 349
330 349-1
330 350
330 350-1
330 352
370 001
Description
MSG Alusil-S
MSG Alusil-S
MSG Alusil-S
MSG Alusil-S
MSG Alusil-S
Wire winding adapter
DC (+)
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
1,60 mm
Unit
7 kg
2 kg
7 kg
2 kg
7 kg
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Base materials:
Aluminium casting alloys up to approx. 12 % Si, e.g.
G-AlSi 10 Mg (3.2381), G-AlSi 12 (3.2581).
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
100 MPa
275 - 335 MPa
15 - 20 %
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WIG-rod
3.2585
Alusil-S
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 4047 (AISi12(A))
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: similar to ER 4047
Qualities:
Base materials:
Filler welding rod that can be used especially in joint welding of aluminiumsilicone-cast alloys and aluminium-silicone alloys. One special characteristic is its
multi-hulled quality. This has the effect that oxides trapped in the wire surface
cannot escape into the weld material during welding. The harmful oxides are reduced to
a minimum in this rod. Alusil-S can also be used for pulse welding. The thin-fluid fusing
creates a good seam appearance. Depending on the material thickness, heavy-walled
components have to be pre-heated to +150 °C. Unsuitable for anodising, since the weld
seam is discoloured grey. The welding rod is used predominantly in the fabrication and
manufacture of automobiles, for automobile repair welds, on air conditioners, for
container construction, and for welding work in the industrial and skilled trades sector.
Applicable inert gases: according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Aluminium casting alloys up to approx. 12 % Si,
including G-AlSi 10 Mg (3.2381), G-AlSi 12
(3.2581).
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
360 420
360 424
360 432
Description
Alusil-S
Alusil-S
Alusil-S
AC
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
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Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
100 MPa
Tensile strength:
200 MPa
Elongation:
5%
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Shielding gas welding wire
3.3536
MSG Aloxal
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AL 5754 (ALMg 3)
DIN 1732: SG-ALMg 3
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: similar to ER 5754
Qualities:
Wire electrode of aluminium-magnesium alloy for MIG-welding of Al-Mg alloys up to 3 %
Mg share. The weld material is corrosion and sea water resistant. Employable with
weldings in container, vehicle and shipbuilding. Also suitable in window and door
construction as well as welding tasks at aluminium constructions.
Application: the welding area has to be bare metallic. With wall thicknesses of more
than 15 mm, pre-heating to approx. +150 °C is advantageous. The weld material can
be anodised.
Applicable inert gases: according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Description
MSG Aloxal
MSG Aloxal
MSG Aloxal
MSG Aloxal
MSG Aloxal
370 001
Wire winding adapter
E.g. AlMg 1.8 (3.3326); AlMg 3 (3.3535) and AlMn
1(3.0515)
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
80 MPa
Tensile strength:
200 MPa
Elongation:
25 %
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
330 020
330 020-1
330 020-2
330 022
330 022-1
Base materials:
DC (+)
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
7 kg
2 kg
0,5 kg
7 kg
2 kg
WIG electrode
3.3536
WIG Aloxal
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S Al 5754 (AlMg 3)
DIN 1732: SG-AlMg 3
AWS A-5.10: ER 5754
Qualities:
Welding rod for TIG welding of AlMg alloys with up to 3 % Mg content. The welding
material is resistant to corrosion and salt water. Weld joints are practically the same
colour on anodic oxidizable materials. Pre-heat thick pieces to +150 °C. The deposit
metal can be easily anodized.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
360 049
360 050
360 051
360 052
Description
WIG Aloxal
WIG Aloxal
WIG Aloxal
WIG Aloxal
AC
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
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Base materials:
e.g. AlMg 1.8 (3.3326); AlMg 3 (3.3535); AlMn 1
(3.0515)
Mechanical quality values:
Yield point:
Tensile strength:
Ductile yield:
0,2 % - 100 MPa
200 MPa
25 %
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MSG shielding gas welding wire
3.3548
Alu-wire (MIG)
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 5183 (AL Mg 4,5 Mn)
DIN 1732: G AlMg 4,5 Mn
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: ER 5183
Qualities:
Wire electrode of aluminium-magnesium alloy for MIG-welding of aluminium alloys.
Operating temperatures up to +80 °C, cryogenic up to -196 °C.
Application: the weld seam area has to be bare metallic. Pre-heat bigger work pieces to
+150 °C. When alloys that can solidificate are welded, do not place the weld seam in the
mechanically high-strained zone.
Applicable inert gas according to EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
Aluminium magnesium alloys including AlMg 3
(3.3535), AlMg 4.5 Mn (3.3547), AlMg 5(3.3555);
partly suitable for heat treatable alloys including
AlCuMg 1 (3.1325), AlMgSi (3.2315), AlZn 4.5 Mg
1(3.4335).
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Yield strength:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Tensile strength:
DC (+)
Elongation:
Notch impact strength:
Art No.
G 330 028-2
G 330 030
G 330 030-1
G 330 030-2
G 330 032
G 330 032-1
G 330 036
370 001
Description
Alu-wire (MIG)
Alu-wire (MIG)
Alu-wire (MIG)
Alu-wire (MIG)
Alu wire MIG
Alu-wire (MIG)
Alu wire MIG
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
1,60 mm
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S AL 5183 (ALMg 4.5 Mn)
DIN 1732: S ALMg 4.5 Mn
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: ER 5183
Qualities:
TIG welding rod made of aluminium-magnesium alloy for welding of aluminium alloys
with high strength requirements. Operating temperatures of up to +80 °C, low
temperature tough to -196 °C. Suitable for: Aluminium-magnesium alloys,
e. g. AIMg 3 (3.3535), AlMg 4,5 Mn (3.3547), AlMg 5 (3.3555); partially suitable for
heat-treatable alloys, such as AlCuMg 1 (3.1325), AlMgSi (3.2315), AlZn 4,5 Mg 1
(3.4335)
Application: The weld seam area has to be bare metal. Pre-heat larger work pieces to
+150 °C. When welding heat-treatbale alloys, do not place the weld seam in the area
subject to a high mechanical load.
Applicable inert gas according to EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Art No.
G 360 150
G 360 152
Description
Alu-wire (WIG)
Alu-wire (WIG)
AC
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Base materials:
Aluminium magnesium alloys including AlMg 3
(3.3535), AIMg 4.5 Mn (3.3547), AlMg 5(3.3555);
partly suitable for heat treatable alloys including
AlCuMg 1 (3.1325), AlMgSi (3.2315), AlZn 4.5 Mg
1(3.4335).
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
140 MPa
Tensile strength:
280 MPa
Elongation:
Current type/polarity:
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,20 mm
> 16 J (RT)
3.3548
Alu-wire (WIG)
~
20 %
Unit
0,5 kg
7 kg
2 kg
0,5 kg
7 kg
2 kg
7 kg
WIG-rod
Weld positions:
140 MPa
275 – 280 MPa
Unit
10 kg
10 kg
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20 %
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Wire electrode
MSG Alu-Variomax
®
Qualities:
Alu-Variomax® is a welding wire of aluminium-magnesium alloy for MIG-welding of
aluminium alloys. The Zr additive works against the hot-crack susceptibility. The weld
material can be easily grinded and polished. Can be used in aluminium construction.
Application: The weld seam area has to be bare metal. Pre-heat larger work pieces to
+150 °C. When welding solidifiable alloys, do not place the weld seam in the area
subjected to the mechanical load.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
3.3546
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S Al 5087 (ALMg 4,5 Mn Zr)
DIN 1732 - SG-ALMg 4,5 Mn Zr
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: ER 5183
Base materials:
Aluminium magnesium alloys, including AlMg 3
(3.3535), AlMg 4.5 Mn (3.3547), AlMg 5 (3.3555),
Partly suitable for heat treatable alloys including
AlCuMg 1 (3.1325), AlZn 4.5 Mg 1 (3.4335),
AlMgSi1 (3.2315).
Mechanical quality values:
Yield point:
Tensile strength:
Ductile yield:
Weld positions:
Description
MSG Alu-Variomax®
MSG Alu-Variomax®
MSG Alu-Variomax®
MSG Alu-Variomax®
MSG Alu-Variomax®
370 001
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
7 kg
7 kg
2 kg
0,5 kg
2 kg
Norm denomination:
Alu-Variomax
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AL 5087 (AlMg 4,5 MnZr)
DIN 1732: SG-AlMg 4, 5 MnZr
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: ER 5087
®
Base materials:
Qualities:
Welding rod of aluminium-magnesium alloy for WIG-welding of aluminium alloys.
Application: the weld seam area has to be bare metallic. Pre-heat bigger work pieces to
+150 °C. When welding alloys that can be solidificated do not place the weld seam in the
mechanically high-strained zone.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Aluminium magnesium alloys, including: AlMg 3
(3.3535), AlMg 4.5 Mn (3.3547),
AlMg 5 (3.3555), partly suitable for heat treatable
alloys including AlCuMg 1 (3.1325),
AlZn 4.5 Mg 1 (3.4335). ALMg Si1(3.2315).
Mechanical quality values:
Yield point:
Tensile strength:
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
Description
360 120Alu-Variomax®
360 132Alu-Variomax®
360 140Alu-Variomax®
15 - 20 %
DC (+)
WIG-rod
Weld positions:
275 - 335 MPa
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
330 110
330 112
330 150
330 150-1
330 152
140 MPa
AC
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,20 mm
4,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
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Ductile yield:
140 MPa
275 - 335 MPa
15 - 20 %
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Wire electrode
MSG Alumax
• Universal employment at mostly all aluminium alloys
due to optimal composition of the alloy
• Less freezing of the wire
due to the peeled quality
• Very high crack resistance and tensile strength
due to special alloy components
Qualities:
Material no. 3.3556
Special inert gas welding wire for
trouble-free welding of a wide variety of
aluminium alloys to and among each other.
The alloy was especially developed for repair
and maintenance. Excellent welding
qualities, unbeaten crack-resistance and
very high tensile strength. No winding up at
the drive rollers. Is used predominantly for
aluminium repairs, on truck trailers, superstructures and extensions, transmissions,
loading platforms, truck lifting platforms and
aluminium
constructions.
Pre-heat
thick-walled components to +150 °C to
+200 °C
Applicable inert gases: according to
EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 5356 (AIMg5Cr(A))
Base materials:
3.3315 ALMg1, 3.3535 ALMg 3, 3.3555 ALMg
5, 3.2315 ALMgSi 1
Mechanical quality values:
Art No.
330 006-1
330 008
330 008-1
330 008-2
330 010
330 010-1
330 010-2
330 012
330 012-1
Description
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
MSG Alumax
370 001
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,60 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
2 kg
7 kg
2 kg
0,5 kg
7 kg
2 kg
0,5 kg
7 kg
2 kg
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Yield strength:
110 MPa
Tensile strength:
250 - 275 MPa
Elongation:
25 %
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WIG-rod
3.3556
Alumax
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S AI 5356 (AIMg5Cr(A))
Base materials:
Qualities:
Special shielding gas welding rod for perfect welds of the most different aluminium
alloys with and amongst each other. The alloy was specially developed for repairs and
maintenance. Excellent welding qualities, unbeaten crack-resistance and very high
tensile strength. Pre-heat thick-walled building parts to +150 °C.
Applicable shielding gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: welding argon (I1)
ALMg1 (3.3315), ALMg3 (3.3535), ALMg5 (3.3555),
ALMgSi1 (3.2315)
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
360 020
360 032
360 040
Description
Alumax
Alumax
Alumax
AC
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,20 mm
4,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
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110 MPa
250 - 275 MPa
25 %
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Magnesium WIG rod
3.5612
WIG Mg
Norm denomination:
DIN 1729: SG-Mg Al 6 Zn
AWS/SFA-5.19: ER AZ 61 A
Qualities:
Base materials:
Bonding occurs through diffusion with the basis material. The weld material is free of
cracks and pores, in the same colour as Mg alloys and corrosion resistant. Application:
Connecting and applying magnesium and its alloys as well as welding on MG sheets /
profiles, cast pieces/motors and gearboxes.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Magnesium and magnesium alloys
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
100 MPa
Tensile strength:
180 MPa
Elongation:
5%
Hardness:
Weld positions:
Description
WIG Mg
50 – 55 HB
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
360 500 32
AC
Size ø
3,00 mm
Length
914 mm
Unit
5/10 kg
Titanium WIG rod
3.7036
WIG Ti
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 24034: S Ti 0120 (Ti99,6)
DIN 1737: SG Ti 2
AWS/SFA 5.16: ER Ti-2/ER Ti-3
Qualities:
The top of the seam and the root side with fringes should be protected with argon
safeguards against the penetration of air, even during cooling below +300 °C. Make
sure the weld edges, fringes and filler material is clean. Unalloyed titanium quality with
medium strength and good expansion are the properties of the WIG rod. Weld only free of
atmospheric gases.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Argon (I1)
Base materials:
Pure titanium including 3.7035, Grade 2 and 3
titanium
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
360 600 20
Description
WIG Ti
TK7105
Aluminium
DC (-)
Size ø
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 439
Hardness:
250 MPa
390 - 540 MPa
20 - 22 %
120 - 160 HB
TK7105
Aluminium
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG AluPro
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273: S Al 5554 (AlMg2.7Mn)
AWS A 5 -10: ER 5554
Qualities:
Base materials:
• Aluminium welding filler for the automotive sector as well as for aluminium processing
in industrial and trades and crafts applications
• Suitable for similar AlMg and AlMgMn alloys with an Mg content up to 3%
• A typical area of application in the automotive sector is the welding of aluminium frame
sections, aluminium tanks and aluminium wheels
• Can be used in cases with an increased temperature and corrosion resistance, e.g.
chemical storage tanks
• The weld material is resistant against stress corrosion cracking even at temperatures
above 65 °C
• Not recommended for anodic after-treatment, since Mn leads to a white to light grey colour
• Good shaping of the weld material during out-of-position welding
• Can be used in welding systems with only one two-roll wire feeder
• Saltwater-proof
• Can be used for aluminium façades, conservatories, shading systems, awnings,
aluminium stages and frames
• Welding for the construction of aluminium gates for consoles and supports
Alloys similar to AIMg and AIMgMn up to a
percentage of 3% of Mg
Weld positions:
Description
MSG AluPro
MSG AluPro
Yield strength:
100 MPa
Tensile strength:
215 MPa
Elongation:
18 %
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175:
I1 – I3 welding argon, helium or argon-helium
mixtures
TÜV approval
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
330 015
330 016
Mechanical quality values:
DC (+)
Contents
7 kg
7 kg
Size ø
Coil type
1,00 mm
K-300
1,20 mm
K-300
AluPro TIG rod
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 18273 - S Al 5554 (AlMg2.7Mn)
AWS A 5 -10: ER 5554
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
• Aluminium welding filler for the automotive sector as well as for aluminium processing in
industrial and trades and crafts applications
• Suitable for similar AlMg and AlMgMn alloys with an Mg content up to 3%
• A typical area of application in the automotive sector is the welding of aluminium frame
sections, aluminium tanks and aluminium wheels
• Can be used in cases with an increased temperature and corrosion resistance, e.g.
chemical storage tanks
• The weld material is resistant against stress corrosion cracking even at temperatures
above 65 °C
• Not recommended for anodic after-treatment, since Mn leads to a white to light grey
colour
• Good shaping of the weld material during out-of-position TIG welding
• Salt-water-proof
• Can be used for aluminium façades, conservatories, shading systems, awnings,
aluminium stages and frames
• Welding for the construction of aluminium gates for consoles and supports
Yield strength:
100 MPa
Tensile strength:
215 MPa
Art No.
360 062
360 063
360 064
Description
AluPro TIG rod
AluPro TIG rod
AluPro TIG rod
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,20 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Welding technique | 440
Elongation:
18 %
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: I1
– I3 welding argon, helium or argon-helium mixtures
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
~
AC
TÜV approval
TK7105
Aluminium
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Aluminium universal solder
AL 100
• Universal employment with aluminium and most aluminium alloys
because of its special alloy
• Particularly employable with thin sheet metal
due to very good flowing qualities (high capillary effect)
• No melting-through of the work piece
due to low binding temperature (approx. +500 °C)
Qualities:
Material no. 3.2585
Special alloy for joining aluminium and
aluminium alloys. The low-viscosity solder
has good capillary action. Melting-through of
the work piece is avoided due to the relatively
low binding temperature. The soldered seam
turns a bit darker during anodising.
Application: Set torch to a slight gas surplus.
Pre-heat through and through until the fluxing
agent melts. Then heat-up the tip of the
brazing solder, dip it into the fluxing agent,
place it on the solder joint and melt off. Do not
overheat solder joint! Remove flux residue
from the solder joint - brush or wash off.
Recommended fluxing agent: Aluminium
«New Generation» fluxing paste Al-100:
The aluminium universal solder AL-100 is
used primarily in light metal construction, in
food and electronics industry, for repair work
in furniture, vehicle and electrical
construction and for all repair jobs that arise.
Art No.
221 002
221 003
Description
AL-100
AL-100
Application:
Set burner to slight gas surplus. Preheat widely and consistently until the flux melts. Now
heat up tip of hard solder, dip into flux, position onto soldering point and melt, do not
overheat soldering point! Remove flux residue from soldering point - brush off or wash
off.
Norm denomination:
DIN 1732: SG AlSi 12
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: Similar to ER4047
Base materials:
Aluminium and aluminium alloy
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
200 MPa
Elongation:
5%
Bonding temperature: 500 °C
Electrical conductivity: 17-27 S · m/mm2
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
Length
500 mm
500 mm
Unit
2,5/10 kg
2,5/10 kg
Suitable flux: FM AL “new Generation”
• Flux agent in powder form for soldering of aluminium and aluminium alloys
• Suitable for flame soldering method and for “open-air furnace brazing.”
• Typical areas of application include cooler construction and for aluminium pipelines
• Effective temperature range: 520 °C - 660 °C
• FL 10/DIN EN 1045
Areas of use:
• Ventilation and air-conditioning engineering, aluminium processing
Art No.
902 229
Welding technique | 441
Description
Temperature range
Fluxing agent aluminium
„new Generation“
520 °C - 660 °C
Contents
150 g
TK7105
Aluminium
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Aluminium brazing solder filled with
fluxing agent
Norm denomination:
AL 200 FG
Base materials:
Special alloy
Aluminium and aluminium alloy
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Qualities:
Flux-filled aluminium solder for soldering on rolled and cast aluminium alloys. The solder
has good modelling qualities and can therefore be used for all kinds of work in the repair
and reconstruction of aluminium parts such as, repair soldering on gearboxes, suction
manifolds, frames, containers, protective casings and bodywork parts. The fluxing agent
which is harmonised with the solder stick provides optimal moistening of the work piece
surface and generates a pore-free homogeneous connection with the base material.
Solder stick not suitable for subsequent anodising. In case of thick materials, pre-heat
solder joint well (approx. +150 °C). Remove fluxing agent residue.
Art No.
222 003
Description
AL 200 FG
Size ø
3,00 mm
Length
Unit
800 mm 2,5/10 kg
Welding technique | 442
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Melting range:
80 MPa
110 MPa
18 %
+610 °C to +640 °C
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Aluminium solder
AL 400
• No collapsing or melting-off of the work material
due to the low working temperature of approx. +380 °C only
• No harmful fluxing agents required
since the oxide layer of the basic material has to be torn up only
• Hardly warping in the basic material
due to the low working temperature of approx. +380 °C
Qualities:
Norm denomination:
No collapsing/melting down of the material
due to the low working temperature of
approx. +380 °C (instead of approx. +600 °C
for common brazing solders). Can be used
with various heat sources, e.g. soldering gun,
propane, butane, hot air etc. Joint can easily
be separated again by heating up to +400 °C.
Base materials:
For connecting aluminium, aluminium alloys,
cast aluminium as well as zinc aluminium
Qualities:
• Connecting aluminium, aluminium-alloys,
cast aluminium and
aluminium-zinc alloys
• Connecting aluminium parts even of most
different alloys and material thickness like
e.g. oil basins, chain protectors at motor
saws, veteran car restoration, motorbike
and automobile reconstruction
Art No.
224 000
224 001
• Elimination of cracks or holes at defect
aluminium casings or lids
• Suitable for subsequent grinding,
polishing, drilling and thread
cutting
Description
Size ø
Length
AL 400, aluminium solder
3,00 mm
335 mm
AL 400 aluminium solder, set of 4 pcs consisting of: AL 400 aluminium solder, 400 g pack - High-performance soldering gun „Zyklon“ - TECHNOLIT® Slot Screwdriver - Full nappa glove
1. Heat up work piece
Special alloy
2. Working temperature has been
reached when AL 400 becomes
liquid, AL 400 is applied
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength: up to 118 MPa
Unit
600 g
1 Set
3. Tear up the oxide layer with
screw driver
Welding technique | 443
4. Cool down slowly (do not
quench!)
TK7105
Aluminium
TK7105
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
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Welding fillers for:
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
WIG Bronze 1 - WIG electrode
2.1006
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
443
MSG Bronze 2 - MSG wire electrode
2.1022
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 5180A (CuSn 6 P)
444
WIG Bronze 2 - WIG electrode
2.1022
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 5180 (CuSn6P)
444
Tin-bronce - WIG-rod
2.1056
Special alloy in accordance with DIN EN ISO 24373
445
Soldermax - GMAW shielding gas soldering wire
2.1461
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 6560 (CuSi3Mn1)
446
WIG Soldermax - WIG-rod
2.1461
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 6560 / Cu Si 3 Mn 1
447
Albronze 800 - GMAW shielding gas soldering wire
2.0921
Special alloy
448
WIG Albronze - WIG-rod
2.0921
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 6100 (CuAl 7)
449
TS 10 K - Tin bronze rod electrode
–
DIN 1733: EL-CuSn 7
449
WIG electrode
2.1006
WIG Bronze 1
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
EN 14640: S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
AWS/ASME/SFA-5.7: ER Cu
Qualities:
Joint and surfacing welds on copper and copper alloys. Pre-heating is required for wall
thicknesses greater than 3 mm (approx. +100 °C for each mm of wall thickness, however
no more than +600 °C). Brass flux must be used for pre-heating temperatures above
+300 °C.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175:
Argon (I1) Ar+He mixture (I3)
Base materials:
2.0040, 2.0060, 2.0070, 2.0080,
2.0090, 2.0100, 2.0120, 2.0150,
2.0170, 2.1202, 2.1322, 2.1325,
2.1491
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= –
DC (-)
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Melting range:
Notch impact value:
Hardness:
Art No.
364 000 16
364 000 20
364 000 24
Description
WIG Bronze 1
WIG Bronze 1
WIG Bronze 1
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 444
200 MPa
30 %
+1,020 to +1,050 °C
75 J (+ 20 °C)
60 HB
TK7105
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
MSG wire electrode
2.1022
MSG Bronze 2
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Wire electrode made of copper-tin alloy for MIG welding. Alloys, e. g. bronze with 4 – 8 %
Sn, copper-zinc alloys (brass), copper-tin-zinc-lead cast alloys, deposit welding on cast
iron. Pre-heating to +250 °C is required on walls thicker than 6 mm. Impulse arc
welding is recommended for deposit welding on iron materials.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175:
Welding argon (I1)
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 5180A (CuSn 6 P)
EN 14640 : S Cu 5180 (CuSn 6 P)
DIN 1733: SG-Cu Sn 6
AWS/ASME SFA-5.7: ER CuSn-A
Base materials:
2.1010, 2.1016, 2.1020, 2.1030, 2.1050, 2.1052,
2.1056, 2.1080, 2.1086, 2.1090, 2.1096
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
> 50 MPa
> 200 MPa
Elongation:
Hardness:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
311 022 08
311 022 10
Description
MSG Bronze 2
MSG Bronze 2
DC (+)
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
WIG electrode
2.1022
WIG Bronze 2
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 5180 (CuSn6P)
EN ISO 14640: S Cu 5180 (CuSn6P)
AWS/SFA-5.7/5.13: ER CuSn-A
Qualities:
WIG rod made of copper-tin alloy for WIG welding. Pre-heating to +250 °C is required for
walls thicker than 6 mm. Introduce as much filler into the arc as possible when deposit
welding on iron materials. Main areas of use: Copper-tin alloys, e. g. with 4 – 8 % Sn,
copper-zinc alloys (brass), copper-tin-zinc-lead alloys, deposit welding on cast iron. This
WIG rod is easy to use and produces a clear dip. The weld material is tough and
non-porous.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
364 010 16
364 010 20
364 010 24
Description
WIG Bronze 2
WIG Bronze 2
WIG Bronze 2
> 30 %
80 HB (+ 20 °C)
DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 445
Base materials:
2.1010, 2.1016, 2.1020, 2.1030,
2.1050, 2.1052, 2.1056, 2.1080,
2.1086, 2.1090, 2.1096
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
330 MPa
Elongation:
> 30 %
Hardness:
> 80 HB
TK7105
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
WIG-rod
Tin-bronce
• Universal repairs at many materials like steel, cast, bronze etc.
due to non-ferrous copper-stannous-alloy.
• Very good surfacing weld qualities at building
parts with sliding wear
due to high stannous content and low friction coefficient
• Very good optical effect with brass welding
since weld material is almost of the same colour
Qualities:
Material no. 2.1056
WIG rod with high stannous content for joint
and surfacing welds at stannous-bronce, red
cast, brass, cast materials and steel. Due to
the increased stannous content high
hardness with surfacing welds and a very low
friction coefficient are achieved. Therefore,
this welding rod is very well suitable for
wear-proof applications and connections at
bronzes. The weld material features good
sliding qualities, features smooth, pore-free
seams and is corrosion and sea water
resistant. With brass welding the weld
Art No.
364 020
364 024
364 030
Description
Tin-bronce
Tin-bronce
Tin-bronce
material is almost of the same colour. In case
of wall thicknesses of more than 6 mm,
pre-heating to +250 °C is recommended.
Applicable inert gases: according to EN ISO
14175: welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= –
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
3,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Unit
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
5/10 kg
DC (-)
Norm denomination:
Special alloy in accordance with DIN EN ISO 24373
Base materials:
Surfacing welds at bearing bushings, sliding
rails, repairs of stannous bronce parts, welding
of red cast, weld-plating on cast materials,
welding of brass like e.g. balustrade parts and
lamps.
Mechanical quality values:
Welding technique | 446
Yield strength:
320 MPa
Ductile yield:
5%
Hardness:
120 HB
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Now also available
as WIG-rod!
GMAW shielding gas soldering wire
Soldermax
• No burning of the zinc layer
due to the low soldering temperature
• No subsequent corrosion damage
due to corrosion-resistant wire alloy
• Minimum warpage, especially of higher strength
sheet metal, since MIG soldering takes place at a temperature
level of +950 °C
Qualities:
Material no. 2.1461
Wire electrode of copper-silicone-alloy for
the MIG/MAG soldering of zinc-plated,
aluminised and non-coated steel metal
sheets. Especially for bodywork and vehicle
construction. Due to low seam temperature
with MIG/MAG soldering (of approx. +950 °C)
compared with CO2 welding (of approx.
+1.500 °C), the structural changes of the
steel joint are considerably reduced and the
zinc-layer (if present) is much less affected.
Very good gap bridging qualities of up to
Art No.
315 000
315 001
315 002
315 003
315 003-1
315 004
315 004-1
315 005
Description
Soldermax
Soldermax
Soldermax
Soldermax
Soldermax
Soldermax
Soldermax
Soldermax
370 001
Wire winding adapter
TK7105
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
2 mm, minimum spatter development and
low fumes development. Welding seam
corrosion-proof. When the pulse soldering
method is used seams appear very clean
with low spatter development. No
material-joint changes in the high to
ultra-high strength steel in the area of the car
body.
Applicable inert gases: according
to EN ISO 14175: I1, M12, M13
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
15 kg
5 kg
1 kg
5 kg
1 kg
5 kg
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 6560 (CuSi3Mn1)
AWS A 5.7: ER Cu Si-A
Base materials:
Copper, high copper alloy and copper/zinc
alloys as well as surfacing welds on pure and
low-alloy steel, cast iron and galvanised sheet.
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
120 MPa
Tensile strength:
350 MPa
Ductile yield:
40 %
Notch impact value:
60 Joule (+20 °C)
TÜV approval
Welding technique | 447
TK7105
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
WIG-rod
2.1461
WIG Soldermax
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 6560 / Cu Si 3 Mn 1
DIN 1733: SG-CuSi3
AWS/ASME SFA-5.7: ER CuSi – A
Qualities:
Welding rod made of copper-silicium alloys for WIG soldering. Can be used on copper,
copper-zinc alloys and for deposits on unalloyed and low alloyed steel and cast iron.
Introduce as much filler in the arc as possible when depositing on iron materials. Can be
used in autobody construction, air-conditioning and ventilation construction, smitheries.
The corrosion protection of galvanized surfaces is relatively well maintained at the joints.
Suitable for joint and deposit welding on low-alloyed CuMn-, CuSiMn- und CuZn (brass)
materials. Ensure low heat conductivity when joining Si-bronze. Pre-heating of the parent
material (Si-Bronze) usually isn’t necessary, pre-heat thick workpieces to +250 °C.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Base materials:
Copper, low-alloyed copper and copper-zinc alloys
as well as deposit welding on unalloyed and
low-alloyed steel and cast iron.
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Hardness:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
371 461 16
371 461 20
371 461 32
Description
WIG Soldermax
WIG Soldermax
WIG Soldermax
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
3,20 mm
DC (-)
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 448
150 MPa
>360 MPa
>40 %
60 J (+ 20 °C)
80 HB
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
TK7105
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
GMAW shielding gas soldering wire
Albronze 800
Joins together all
types of materials
• High work quality
due to corrosion-free soldered seam
• Excellent expansion behaviour
due to ductile yield of up to 40 %
• Different materials can be joined together,
therefore versatile for all common soldered repairs
Qualities:
Material no. 2.0921
Excellent for welding various materials
(e.g. copper, steel, stainless steel, stainless
steel copper, zinc-plated sheet metal, etc.).
Pre-heating is required only for large
workpieces. Pulse arc welding is
recommended for the 1st layer of surfacing
welds.
Applicable inert gas according to EN ISO
14175: Argon I1- I3
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
310 208
310 210
310 308
370 001
Description
Albronze 800
Albronze 800
Albronze 800
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
0,80 mm
Unit
5 kg
5 kg
15 kg
DC (+)
Norm denomination:
Special alloy
Base materials:
Copper-aluminium-alloy, e.g. Al-Bronze with 7-9%
Al, copper with copper alloys as well as surfacing
welds at non- and low-alloyed steels and on
Cast iron.
Mechanical quality values:
Stainless steel
Copper
Zinc-plated material
Welding technique | 449
Brass
Yield strength:
200 MPa
Tensile strength:
430 MPa
Ductile yield:
40 %
Notch impact value:
100 Joule
Steel
TK7105
Copper, MIG soldering of galvanised steels
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
WIG-rod
2.0921
WIG Albronze
Norm denomination:
DIN EN ISO 24373: S Cu 6100 (CuAl 7)
DIN 1733: SG-CuAl 8
AWS/ASME SFA-5.7: ER CuAl–A 1
Qualities:
WIG rod made of copper-aluminium alloys for WIG soldering. For surfacing on
copper-aluminium alloys, e. g. Al-bronze with 7 – 9 % Al, copper with copper alloys and
surfacing on unalloyed and low-alloyed steel and cast iron. Corrosion and salt water
resistant alloy with excellent gliding properties (metal-metal). Joint and surfacing welds
on aluminium bronze, high-tensile brass, steel, grey cast iron; in the machine industry,
chemical industry and shipbuilding industry. Joining of corrosion-resistant pipes made of
Al-bronze or high-tensile brass. Joining of copper pipes with steel. Pre-heat large
workpieces to +200 °C. Surfacing on ship propellers, sliding rails, running surfaces,
bearings, valves, slide valves, fittings.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Weld positions:
Description
WIG Albronze
WIG Albronze
2.0916, 2.0920, 2.0928
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
200 MPa
Tensile strength:
380 MPa
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Hardness:
40 %
100 J (+20 °C)
100 HB
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
370 921 16
370 921 24
Base materials:
DC (-)
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Tin bronze rod electrode
Norm denomination:
TS 10 K
DIN 1733: EL-CuSn 7
AWS A 5.6/13 : E Cu Sn-C
Qualities:
Copper and copper alloys, tin bronze (phosphor
bronze), copper-plated sheets, surfacing on the
same type of materials, on normal steel and cast
steel.
Base materials:
The TS 10 K tin bronze rod electrode can be used for joint welding of copper and copper
alloys, tin bronze and on copper-plated sheets. It’s also used for surfacing on the same
type of materials, on normal steel, as well as on cast steel. Thick-walled steel should be
pre-heated depending on the thickness of the material.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
~
Art No.
151 225
151 232
151 240
Description
TS 10 K
TS 10 K
TS 10 K
Yield strength:
180 MPa
Tensile strength:
300 MPa
Elongation:
AC
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
Length
350 mm
350 mm
450 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Welding technique | 450
25 %
ca. 110 HB
TK7105
Wear-resistant build-up welding
THE WORK SHOP EXPERT
Welding fillers for:
Wear-resistant build-up welding
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
Gambit® HA solid wire DUR 600
–
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 8
451
HE 610 - Hard application electrode
1.3255
Special alloy
451
HE 620 - Hard application electrode
1.3255
Special alloy
452
HE 630 - Hard application electrode
1.4718
DIN EN 14700: E Fe 8
452
HE 650 - Hard application electrode
–
Special alloy
453
HE 670 - Hard application electrode
–
Special alloy
453
Agrar-Fil - Coated electrode
Special alloy
–
454
MSG Agrar-Fil - MSG wire electrode
Special alloy
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 14343-A
455
HA rod electrode DUR 600 - Hard application electrode
1.4718
DIN EN 14700: E Fe 8
455
Agrar Dur 700 - Coated electrode
–
DIN EN 14700: E Fe 14
456
MSG Agrar Dur 700 - Wire electrode
1.2606
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 3
457
MSG F-600 DUR - HA-flux cored wire
–
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 2
457
MSG F-650 Abratec - HA-flux cored wire
–
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 3
458
ULTRADUR - Hard application coated electrode
Special alloy
Special alloy
459
MSG-Ultramax - The new hard application by TECHNOLIT
–
Special alloy
460
WIG 45 - WIG electrode
Corresponds to
1.2567
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 3
461
WIG W 60 - Hard deposit WIG rod
1.3348
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 4
461
TS Co 1 - Cobalt-based rod electrode
–
DIN EN 14700: E Co1
462
®
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Gambit HA solid
wire DUR 600
®
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 8
Base materials:
Qualities:
Inert gas welding wire made of wear-resistant chrome-silicon steel for MIG/MAG
depositing hard and tough, abrasion-resistant surfaces. Highly resistant to wear caused
by impacts and friction. When welding on materials highly susceptible to cracking,
buffer layers are recommended, e.g. applied with the inert gas MSG 23 or the rod
electrode TS 23. The deposit metal can be ground only.
Suitable shielding gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175:
M1, M2, M3 (approx. 18 - 20 l/min.)
Weld positions:
Description
HA-Massivdraht DUR 600
HA-Massivdraht DUR 600
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
57 - 62 HRC
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
G 340 009
G 340 010
For surface welding hard and tough, wear resistant
facings to machine parts made of construction
steel, steel castings or manganese hard steel, such
as rollers, excavator parts, impact hammers, mixing
arms, clamp jaws,
Impact plates, etc.
DC (+)
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
Hard application electrode
1.3255
HE 610
Norm denomination:
Special alloy
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile-basic coated special electrode for welding tough hard applications on heavy duty
tools. Extremely high output of 130 %. The high speed steel welding material can be
grinded only. Cannot be cut until after soft-annealing. The HE 610 is suitable for welding
new and defective cutting, stamping or chipping tools, e.g. lathe tools, hot stamps,
cutters, woodworking tools and die plates. The weld material can be grinded only.
Pre-heat the workpieces to between +400 °C and +600 °C depending on the size
and shape.
Universally suitable for alloyed and non-alloyed
steel.
Weld material consists of high speed steel.
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness untreated:
Soft-annealing:
Hardening at:
Weld positions:
Oil cooling annealing
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
146 125
146 132
Description
HE 610
HE 610
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 452
60 HRC,
annealed 64 HRC
approx. 5 hours 830°C
+1,200 to +1,230°C
1 hour
+530°C to +540°C
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Hard application electrode
Norm denomination:
HE 620
Special alloy
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
Base materials:
Builing steel, cast steel, manganese hard steel
Rutile-coated high-performance electrode with 110 % output. For welding-on of
hard-ductile, abrasion-resistant surfacings on building, conveyer and transport machines,
breakers, cams, flappers, anvils, phloughshares. Excellent welding qualities. Smooth,
even weld seam, easily removable slag. The weld material consists of friction and
impact-proof chrome-silicone-steel and can be post-processed by grinding only.
In case of very crack-sensitive work pieces welding-on of buffering layers with the
coated electrode TS 23 or the shielding gas wire MSG-23 is appropriate.
Weld positions:
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Hardness: 52 - 56 HRC
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
146 225
146 232
146 240
Description
HE 620
HE 620
HE 620
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
450 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Hard application electrode
1.4718
HE 630
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 14700: E Fe 8
DIN 8555: E 6-UM-60
Qualities:
Base materials:
Thick-coated basic special electrode with 130 % output for surfacing welds at all parts
that are exposed to strong wear, e.g. bagger parts, grippers, screw conveyers, impact drill
chisels, breaker cones, braker jaws, punchers. The weld material is crack-proof, ductile
and extraordinarily resistant against abrasion, impact and stroke strain. The HE 630
features very good welding characteristics and a fine-flaked weld seam with good slag
removing qualities. It can be optimally welded with DC as well as with AC. With
surfacings at crack-sensitive base materials a buffering layer should be welded
with TS 23. The HE 630 can only be post-processed by grinding.
Builing steel, cast steel, manganese hard steel
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
146 325
146 332
146 340
Description
HE 630
HE 630
HE 630
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
450 mm
450 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
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Mechanical quality values:
In welded state:
58 HRC
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Hard application electrode
Norm denomination:
HE 650
Special alloy
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
Base materials:
Alloyed and non-alloy steel, manganese hard steel
Specially developed hard surfacing electrode with high chrome content for highly
wear-resistant hard applications. Extreme output of 170 % due to special additives in
the coating. HE 650 ignites very easily and features an even flow, a well burning arc, and
practically slag-free weld material. Due to the extremely resistant weld material, the HE
650 is particularly suitable for edge and surface applications on digger teeth, conveyer
buckets, paddle wheels, sand pumps, mixer arms, strippers and also for planers and
cutters.
Weld positions:
Hardness: approx. 63 HRC
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
146 525
146 532
146 540
146 550
Description
HE 650
HE 650
HE 650
HE 650
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Hard application electrode
Norm denomination:
HE 670
Special alloy
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
Base materials:
Builing steel, cast steel, manganese hard steel
Hard application electrode without core wire. HE 670 consists of up to 95 % of
high-alloyed, extremely wear-resistant powder alloys, and guarantees the highest output
possible. Recommended for surface applications on earth moving equipment, agricultural
machines, digger parts and grippers, slides, conveyer equipment, mixers, sand blasters,
strippers, scrapers, planers, special pump paddle wheels, guide rails. Can be used at
relatively low current without a significant accumulation of slag, and due to the greater
diameter of 6.0 to 11.0, work can be accomplished three times as fast as with common
electrodes. The weld beads are smooth, flat, and free of undercuts. When tere are more
than two surfacing layers, a buffer layer should be welded with TS 23.
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
146 706
146 711
Description
HE 670
HE 670
Size ø
6,00 mm
11,00 mm
Length
450 mm
450 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 454
Hardness:
Single layer: 56 HRC
Multiple layers: 62 HRC
Current intensity:
6.0 mm Ø 80-125 A
11.0 mm Ø 190-250 A
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Coated electrode
Agrar-Fil
2-3 times
longer lifetime!
• Prevents crack development with hard surfacing welds
by tension-compensating buffer layers
• Very high mechanical quality values
due to the ductile weld material
• Very high output (160%)
due to special composition of the electrode
Material no. Special alloy
Qualities:
The AGRAR-FIL coated electrode is
particularly employed with the
processing of steels that are difficult
to weld or unknown. Worked-off
wear surfaces and tension
compensating buffer layers at
crack-sensitive materials can be
welded-on. The weld material of this
high-performance electrode features good
tensile strength and strain values. The AGRARFIL coated electrode can also be used for welding
of black-white-connections. The weld material is very
ductile and cold work solidifying. The high output of the
electrode (160 %) makes it possible that only few
electrodes have to be used with repair and maintenance
weldings.
Art No.
146 425
146 432
Description
Agrar-Fil
Agrar-Fil
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Mechanical quality values:
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
Unit
250 mm 5 kg 15 kg
350 mm 5 kg 15 kg
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Yield strength:
350 MPa
Tensile strength:
590 - 690 MPa
Elongation:
30 %
Notch impact value: 50 J (+20 °C)
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MSG wire electrode
Norm denomination:
MSG Agrar-Fil
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 14343-A
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Qualities:
The Agrar-Fil wire electrode is excellently suitable for joint and surfacing welds at unknown
steels and steels that are difficult to weld. The MSG Agrar-Fil welding wire is specially
employed for welding of tension-compensating buffering layers before putting on hard
applications at crack-sensitive materials and building parts. The ductile weld material of
the electrode features very high mechanical quality values, allows for good filling-up of wear
surfaces and is ideally employable for black-white-connections. The weld bead is capable of
cold-solidification..
Suitable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: Argon, mixed gases M 12, M 21
Weld positions:
Description
MSG Agrar-Fil
MSG Agrar-Fil
MSG Agrar-Fil
MSG Agrar-Fil
MSG Agrar-Fil
MSG Agrar-Fil
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Hardness:
Size ø
0,80 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
5 kg
15 kg
1.4718
HA rod electrode
Norm denomination:
DUR 600
DIN EN 14700: E Fe 8
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
Base materials:
Steel, cast steel, manganese hard steel
• Basic rod electrode for welding tough, wear-resistant hard surfacing of
components made of steel, cast steel or manganese steel
• Weld material is abrasion, impact and heat resistant as well as particularly able
to withstand stresses caused by friction and impact
• With crack-sensitive base materials, it is recommended to previously weld an
intermediate layer (buffer layer), e.g. with pencil electrode TS 23 or shielding
gas welding wire MSG 23
• Applied weld material can be machined only by grinding and is malleable and
hardenable
• HA pencil electrode DUR 600 can be welded using both direct current and
alternating current
Description
HA rod electrode DUR 600
HA rod electrode DUR 600
HA rod electrode DUR 600
In welded state:
58 HRC
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Art No.
G 146 325
G 146 332
G 146 340
approx. 200 HB
DC (+)
Hard application electrode
Weld positions:
35 %
>40 Joule (+20 °C)
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
340 218
340 208
340 220
340 210
340 222
340 212
380 MPa
560 - 660 MPa
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
450 mm
450 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Welding technique | 456
Areas of use:
Clamping jaws, swing jaws, anvils, impact hammers, cams,
mixer arms, roll crusher, rolling mill guides, rollers, wheels,
screw conveyors, edge runners, treads, excavator shovels,
demolition tools, caterpillar tracks, etc.
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Coated electrode
Agrar Dur 700
2-3 times
longer lifetime!
• 2 to 3-times longer durability periods
due to the special hardness (68 HC) of the electrode
• Highly break-proof and constant in quality
due to special composition of the electrode
• Simple and easy processing
due to very good igniting qualities, even flow and steady arc
Qualities:
Weld positions:
For the reduction of wear with ploughshares
and earth moving wear parts the share edges
are coated with the Agrar Dur 700 electrode.
The hard surfacing with the Agrar Dur 700
coated electrode guarantees wear-proofness
and durability. Standstill periods are increased by the two to threefold time. The
special composition of the electrode guarantees excellent break-proofness and
constant application quality. Due to the
extremely resistant weld material of the Agrar
Dur 700 coated electrode it is particularly
suitable for edge and surface build-ups. In
special, the weld material is durable under
shock and friction wear. The electrode ignites
very easily and is outstanding due to an even
flow, a good arc and low-covering slag. Due
to the high output of this electrode (160 %)
only a low number of this type is required for
optimal hard surfacings. In case of
worked-off phloughshares it is recommended, to buffer them out with the
TECHNOLIT® filler metal Agrar Fil before the
wear-proof surfacing in order to guarantee
highest durability and wear-proofness.
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 14700: E Fe 14
DIN 8555: E10-UM-60-GR
Base materials:
For all alloyed and non-alloyed steels, also
manganese hart steel.
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
Art No.
146 625
146 632
Description
Agrar Dur 700
Agrar Dur 700
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 457
61 - 63 HRC
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Wire electrode
MSG Agrar Dur 700
Qualities:
In order to considerably reduce expensive wear at plough shears, the shear edges
are welded-on with the Agrar Dur 700 hard application electrode. The hard application
guarantees highest wear-proofness and durability. The specially adjusted, highly
abrasion-proof wire alloy guarantees to feature excellent break resistance and constant
coating quality. The extremely resistant weld material of the electrode is specially suitable
for built-ups at edges and surfaces. The weld material of the hard application wire is
resistant against strain by abrasion and impact that occur at earth processing devices.
A buffering layer should be welded at crack-sensitive building parts beforehand with the
Agrar-Fil coated electrode. This filler metal features very high hardness and is employed
with e.g. earth processing devices, bagger parts, plough shears, conveyer installations.
Suitable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175: M21, M23
1.2606
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 3
DIN 8555: MSG 3-GZ-60 T
Base materials:
For all alloyed and non-alloyed steels, also
manganese hard steel.
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
340 318
340 320
340 308
340 310
Description
MSG Agrar Dur 700
MSG Agrar Dur 700
MSG Agrar Dur 700
MSG Agrar Dur 700
DC (+)
Size ø
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
0,80 mm
1,00 mm
Unit
5 kg
5 kg
15 kg
15 kg
HA-flux cored wire
Norm denomination:
MSG F-600 DUR
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 2
DIN 8555: MSG 6-GF - 60 GP
Base materials:
Qualities:
Filling wire for welding hard applications. This wire can be optimally welded with a very
low ampere rate and few weld spatters, thus the base material is mixed up to a low
degree only. The evenly and steadily burning arc is very well-suited for build-up welding
on cut sections and edges. With very crack-sensitive building parts, welding buffering
layers e.g. with MSG 23 or TS 23 is recommended. Weld metal can only be machined by
grinding.
Applicable inert gases according to EN ISO 14175, M21 - M12, M13
(Gas flow 15-25 l/min)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
340 011
340 012
370 001
Description
MSG F-600 DUR
MSG F-600 DUR
Wire winding adapter
55 - 60 HRC
DC (+)
Size ø
1,00 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 458
Surfacing welds on machine parts of constructional
steel and manganese hard steel like e.g. impact
hammers, mixing arms, clamping jaws, deflectors,
cold smithing machines and roller channels.
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
60 HRC (3. Lage)
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HA-flux cored wire
MSG F-650 Abratec
Qualities:
Norm denomination:
Hard application filler wire, especially for surfacing welds at machines and builing parts
that are subject to wear. The applied weld material stands out because of good resistance
against abrasion and due to its alloy components it is wear-proof against shock and
impact strain. The applied weld material can only be post-processed by grinding. The
remaining slag can be easily removed. Depending on necessity, a buffering layer has
to be applied on the present basic material.
DIN EN 14700: T Fe 3
DIN 8555: MF 2 - 55 ST
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Base materials:
MSG F-650 Abratec filler wire is primarily used for
surface welding wear resistant facings
On gripper teeth, digger buckets, blades, augers,
pumps, impact boring tools, mining equipment,
Crushers, hot working rollers and earth moving
equipment, etc..
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
Art No.
340 110
340 111
370 001
Description
MSG F-650 Abratec
MSG F-650 Abratec
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
1,20 mm
1,60 mm
Unit
13 kg
13 kg
Welding technique | 459
45 - 58 HRC
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Hard application coated electrode
ULTRADUR
• Highly wear-proof in the first layer already
• Regular melt flow with almost slag-free weld material
• Very high output up to 210 %
Qualities:
Areas of use:
Weld positions:
Thick-coated high-performance electrode
with approx. 210 % output.
Extremely high abrasion resistance. With even
melt flow, deposits practically slag-free weld
material. The micro-cracks present in the surface of the weld material reflect the hardness
of the coated electrode and therefore
positively counteract wear.
• For ductile and wear-proof hard
applications
• Employable with building parts with strong
abrasive wear and moderate impact strain
like e.g. earth treatment machines, ploughs,
strippers, paddle wheels, screw conveyers,
sand pump housings etc.
Current type/polarity:
=+
DC (+)
~ AC
Norm denomination:
Special alloy
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
Art No.
140 012
140 013
140 014
Description
ULTRADUR
ULTRADUR
ULTRADUR
Size ø
2,50 mm
3,25 mm
4,00 mm
Length
350 mm
350 mm
450 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Welding technique | 460
approx. 69 HRC
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The new hard application by TECHNOLIT®
This wire can also be
welded „open arc“
without inert gas
MSG-Ultramax
• Extremely hard and highly wear-proof
due to complex carbides of chrome, niobium and boracic
• Also for small welding devices from
240 A performance on
since wire diameter is 1,2 mm
• Smooth surface and low weld penetration
due to the easy-flowing melt band
Qualities:
Weld positions:
• Also for smaller shielding gas devices from
approx. 240 A current • Extremely wear-resistant hard application
wire with components of Cr, Nb and B
carbides
• Very high abrasion resistance at medium
impact loads
• The micro cracks present in the surface of
the weld material reflect the hardness of
the coated electrode, and thus positively
counteract wear
• Can be welded extremely well in lower
ampere ranges, thus low carbide consumption
• The range of uses includes applications in
mixer blades, earth moving machines, e.g.
ploughs, vibratory plates, digger teeth,
drilling devices, screw conveyers, digger
buckets, mixer blades, etc.
Current type/polarity:
= +
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
Art No.
350 036
350 037
Description
MSG-Ultramax
MSG-Ultramax
DC (+)
Size ø
1,20 mm
1,20 mm
Unit
5 kg
15 kg
Welding technique | 461
65 HRC
TK7105
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WIG electrode
corresponds to 1.2567
WIG 45
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 3
DIN 8555 : WSG 3 - 45 T
Qualities:
Base materials:
Welding rod for WIG deposit welding on heavy-duty hot-work tools. Weld material consists
of chromium-tungsten-vanadium hard alloy. The weld material can be machined after
soft-annealing; otherwise can only be ground. Pre-heat the tools between +400 °C and
+600 °C depending on the parent material, shape and size, and keep them at this temperature during welding. Afterwards, let cool off and/or soft anneal slowly. Harden and/or
temper depending on the intended use.
Applicable inert gas according to EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Hot-work steel
Weld material consists of
chromium-tungsten-vanadium hard alloy
Weld positions:
Description
WIG 45
WIG 45
WIG 45
Hardness:
44 HRC / +20 °C (unannealed)
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
350 045 16
350 045 20
350 045 24
Mechanical quality values:
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
2,40 mm
DC (-)
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Hard deposit WIG rod
1.3348
WIG W 60
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 14700: S Fe 4
DIN 8555: WSG 4-60-S
Qualities:
Base materials:
Welding rod for WIG deposit welding of tools made of high-speed steel. Weld material
made of tungsten-molybdenum-chromium hard alloy. Repair and manufacture of
high-speed steel tools for a higher cutting performance and excellent toughness during
impact loading. For cutting and paring chisels, milling cutters, woodworking tools,
cold-work and cutting tools. Weld material can be ground only. Pre-heat slowly and
evenly to between + 400 °C and +500 °C and weld without interruptions. Maintain
pre-heating temperature precisely. For small repairs and manufacturing without heat
treatment afterwards, localized pre-heating to between +200 °C and +240 °C is
sufficient. Afterwards perform heat treatment (harden, temper).
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: Welding argon (I1)
Repair and manufacture of high-speed steel tools
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= –
Art No.
350 060 16
350 060 20
Description
WIG W 60
WIG W 60
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,00 mm
DC (-)
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
1.000 mm 5/10 kg
Welding technique | 462
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
58 HRC
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Cobalt-based rod electrode
Norm denomination:
TS Co 1
DIN EN 14700: E Co1
DIN 8555: E 20-UM-55-CSTZ
Mechanical quality values:
Hardness:
Qualities:
Rutile-basic core rod alloyed, AC current weldable high performance rod electrode with
160 % output on cobalt basis. Highly wear-resistant deposits with excellent corrosion and
temperature resistance (up to +800 °C, short-term up to +1100 °C), high hot hardness,
high scaling resistance, excellent gliding properties, polishable. Pre-heat workpiece to
between +600 °C and +700 depending on parent material, shape and size. Make sure
heat is distributed evenly in the workpiece during welding and maintain the pre-heating
temperature. Low thermal shock resistance. The slag is easy to remove. Re-drying is
usually not necessary, although the covering can withstand re-drying at temperatures
up to +350 °C (approx. 1 hrs.).
Weld positions:
Art No.
147 000 32
Description
TS Co 1
Current type/polarity:
= + DC (+)
~ AC
Size ø
3,25 mm
Length
350 mm
Unit
5/15 kg
Welding technique | 463
approx. 55 HRC
TK7105
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TK7105
Flux cored wires for joint welding
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Welding fillers for:
Flux cored wires for joint welding
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Seite
MSG F-800 - Basic flux-cored electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 B M3 H5
463
MSG F-920 OA - Open-arc filler wire
–
DIN EN ISO 17632 : T 38 Z W N 3
464
MSG F-900 - Rutile flux-cored electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 4 PM 1 H5
464
MSG F-910 OA
–
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 42 Z W N 1 H 5
465
MSG F-940 - Cored wire electrode
–
DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 M M 1 H5
465
MSG F-207 - Flux cored wire electrode with rutile slag for the MAG
welding process
1.4370
DIN EN ISO 17633-A: T 18 8 Mn R C 3
466
MSG F-208 - Flux cored wire electrode with rutile slag characteristics 1.4316
for the MAG welding method
DIN EN 12073: T19 9 L R M3 - T 19 9 L R C 3
466
MSG F-416 - Flux cored wire electrode with rutile slag characteristics 1.4430
for the MAG welding method
DIN EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 12 3 L R M 3
467
MSG F-409 - Flux cored wire electrode with rutile slag characteristics 1.4459
for the MAG welding method
DIN EN ISO 17633-A: T 23 12 2 CPM 1
467
Basic flux-cored electrode
Norm denomination:
MSG F-800
DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 B M3 H5
DIN EN 758: T 46 6 B M 3 H5
ASME IIC SFA 5.20/AWS A 5.20: E 71T - 5MJ H4
Base materials:
Qualities:
This flux-cored wire features basic welding behaviour. The weld
material has very high mechanical quality values. The MSG F-800 is very well suitable
for welding of higher carbonic steels. The weld seams are pore-free and the sticking slag
can be easily removed.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M21, C1
(gas flow 12-25 l/min)
Construction steels: S 185, S 235 JR - S 355 K2G4
Boiler steel: P 235 GH, P 265 GH,
P 295 GH, P 355 GH
Pipe steels: L 240 NB - L 445 NB,
L 240 NB - L 445 NB
X 42, X 46, X 52, X 60, X 65
Fine grain construction steels: P 275 N, NH, NL1,
NL2-P460 N, NH, NL1, NL2
Shipbuilding steels: A,B, D, E and A32, 36 to F40
Cast steel: GS-38, GS-45, GS-52
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Yield strength:
480 MPa
Tensile strength:
580 MPa
Ductile yield:
Notch impact value:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
303 012
370 001
DC (+)
Description
MSG F-800
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
Welding technique | 464
28 %
60 Joule (-60 °C)
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Open-arc filler wire
Norm denomination:
MSG F-920 OA
DIN EN ISO 17632 : T 38 Z W N 3
EN 758 : T 38 Z W N 3
AWS A520: E 70 T - 4
Base materials:
Qualities:
Self-protecting, basic flux-cored wire electrode for connection and repair welding on
low-alloyed steels.
Construction steels: S185 – S355
Fine grain construction steels: S275 – S420
Pipe steels: L210 – L415, API5LX X42, X46, X52,
X60
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, C, D, A(H)32 – D(H)36
Mechanical quality values:
Weld positions:
Yield strength:
450 MPa
Tensile strength:
610 MPa
Elongation:
25 %
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Art No.
302 920 12
Description
MSG F-920 OA
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
Rutile flux-cored electrode
Norm denomination:
MSG F-900
DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 4 PM 1 H5
DIN EN 758 : T 46 4 PM 1 H5
AWS/ASME-SFA-5.20 : E71 T-1
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile flux-cored wire electrode with fast-hardening slag. The MSG-F 900 features good
modelling qualities and excellent welding characteristics in all weld positions. Here, it is
possible to work with higher welding current which results in an increased melt down
rate. Excellently suitable for welding of circular pipe seams. Very low spatter development
and good removal of slag. The weld seams are pore-free and fine-structured with
notch-free seam transitions.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M 21, C 1
(Gas flow 12-25 l/min)
Non-alloyed constructional steels: S 185, S 235
JR - S 355 JR
Boiler steels: P 235 GH, 265 GH, P 295 GH
Pipe steels: P 235 t1/t2 - P 355 N, L 210 - L 485
Fine-grained constructional steels: S 255 - S 460
Shipbuilding steels: A, B, D, E, AH32 - EH36
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Ductile yield:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
DC (+)
Art No.
302 012-1
370 001
Description
MSG F-900
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
16 kg
Welding technique | 465
> 460 MPa
530 - 680 MPa
> 20 %
> 47 J / -40 °C (M21)
> 47 J / -20 °C (C1)
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MSG F-910 OA
Norm denomination:
In accordance with DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 42 Z W
N1H5
AWS/ASME SFA-5.20: E 71T-GS
Qualities:
Filler wire for unshielded welding of steel in general. For on-site steel construction and
repair welds of agricultural and forestry equipment. Butt and fillet welds as well as joining
of low alloy sheet up to 15 mm. Output approx. 90 %.
Base materials:
S185, S235, S275, S355, P235GH, P265GH,
P295GH, P355GH
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
470 MPa
Tensile strength:
570 MPa
Elongation:
24 %
Current type/polarity:
= –
DC (-)
Art No.
302 109
Description
MSG F-910 OA
Size ø
0,90 mm
Unit
1 roll (4.5 kg)
Cored wire electrode
Norm denomination:
MSG F-940
DIN EN ISO 17632-A: T 46 6 M M 1 H5
AWS / ASME SFA-5.20: E71 T-G
Base materials:
Qualities:
Rutile flux-cored wire, excellent welding properties in short and spray arcs. Practically
spatter-free when welding in spray arc range. Good wetting of sides, finely drawn weld
seams and notch-free weld seam transitions. All-purpose in the short and spray arc
range. Excellent for gap bridging when root welding. High-performance wire for efficient
production.
Suitable inert gas in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M21
Non-alloyed construction steel: St 33, St 37-2 St 52-3
S185, S235- S355
Boiler steel: HI, HII, 17Mn4, 19Mn5
P235GH, P265GH, P295GH
Pipe steels: St 35.8, St 45.8
P235T1/T2 - P355N
StE 210.7 TM - StE 480.7 TM
L210 - L485
Fine-grained constructional steel: StE 255 to StE 460
S255 - S460
Steels per API standards: X 42 - X 60
Shipbuilding steels: A,B,D, AH 32 to EH 36
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
302 940 12
Description
MSG F-940
Notch impact value:
DC (+)
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
Welding technique | 466
> 460 MPa
530 - 680 MPa
>20 %
47 J (-60 °C)
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MSG F-207
1.4370
DIN EN ISO 17633-A: T 18 8 Mn R C 3
ASME IIC SFA 5.22/AWS A 5.22: E307 TO-4E307TO-1
Mechanical quality values:
Qualities:
Yield strength:
480 MPa
MSG F-207 is suitable for crack-proof joint and surfacing welds at hardened and
tempered steels, armour sheets and corrosion-resistant steels. Black-white connections
can also be executed with MSG F-207. The weld material is mostly rust and corrosion
resistant and hardens with cold forming. It features excellent welding qualities,
fine-flaked seam delineation, self-lifting slag and a high melt down rate. Main areas of
employment are weldings at parts subject to wear due to rolling or impact like e.g. rail
parts, running wheels, switch parts, breaker parts and weldings for mending of
cavitations damages at water turbine parts.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M21
(Gas flow approx. 12-20 l)
Tensile strength:
630 MPa
Weld positions:
Description
MSG F-207
Wire winding adapter
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
1.4316
DIN EN 12073: T19 9 L R M3 - T 19 9 L R C 3
ASMW IIC SFA 5.22/AWS A 5.22: E 308 LTO-4-E
308LTO-1
MSG F-208
Base materials:
Qualities:
Suitable for MAG-welding of non-stabilised and stabilised corrosion-resistant CrNi steels.
The MSG F-208 stands out due to extremely comfortable, almost spatter-free welding
behaviour. Very easy removal of slag even with fillet welds and acute angles.
Particularly fine seam delineation, flat and notch-free seam transitions,
consequently lower effort with staining.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M21
(Gas flow approx. 15-20 l)
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
320 312
370 001
Description
MSG F-208
Wire winding adapter
> 50 Joule (+20 °C)
DC (+)
Flux cored wire electrode with rutile slag
characteristics for the MAG welding method
Weld positions:
Notch impact value:
40 %
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
320 612
370 001
Ductile yield:
DC (+)
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
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1.4300, 1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4311, 1.4312, 1.4303,
1.4541, 1.4550
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
400 MPa
Tensile strength:
560 MPa
Ductile yield:
Notch impact value:
40 %
35 Joule (-110 °C)
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1.4430
MSG F-416
DIN EN ISO 17633-A: T 19 12 3 L R M 3
T 19 12 3 L R C 3
DIN EN 12073:T 19 12 3 R M 3 - T 19 12 3 R C 3
ASME II C SFA 5.22/ AWSA 5.22: E 316 LTO-4-E 316
Qualities:
Base materials:
MSG-F 416 is suitable for MAG welding of unstabilized and stabilized, corrosion-resistant
CrNiMo steel. The slag cover that forms can be easily removed even from fillet welds
and acute angles. The seams are finely formed and the butt seams are free of undercuts.
Therefore, and because of the minimal striking of the seams, little pickling effort required.
Applicable inert gases: In accordance with EN ISO 14175: M21 or C1
(Gas flow 15-20 l/min)
1.4401; 1.4404; 1.4406; 1.4571; 1.4583
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
490 MPa
Tensile strength:
600 MPa
Ductile yield:
Notch impact value:
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
320 452
370 001
Description
MSG F-416
Wire winding adapter
32 %
40 Joule (-60 °C)
DC (+)
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
Flux cored wire electrode with rutile slag characteristics for the MAG welding method
1.4459
MSG F-409
DIN EN ISO 17633-A: T 23 12 2 CPM 1
T 23 12 2 LPC 1
DIN EN 12073: T 23 12 2 LRM3 - T 23 12 2 LRC 3
ASME IICSFA 5.22/ AWSA 5.22: ER309 LMoTO-4E309LMoTO-1
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
Suitable for joint welding of high-alloyed and non-alloyed steels,
furthermore for welding buffering layers at CrNiMo-plated metal sheets, non-scaling
up to +1.000 °C. The MSG F-409 stands out because of exceptionally comfortable and
almost spatter-free welding behaviour. Fine seam delineation, slag very easy to remove,
flat notch-free seams and clean seam surface are outstanding special characteristics.
The weld material is extremely crack-proof, therefore very well suitable for buffering
installations at high-carbonic, welding-critical types of steel. Mo-additives increase the
heat-stability and improve corrosion resistance.
Suitable inert gases in accordance with EN ISO 14175: M21
(Gas flow approx. 12-20 l)
Weld positions:
Current type/polarity:
= +
Art No.
320 472
370 001
Description
MSG F-409
Wire winding adapter
DC (+)
Size ø
1,20 mm
Unit
15 kg
Welding technique | 468
Yield strength:
590 MPa
Tensile strength:
760 MPa
Ductile yield:
Notch impact value:
32 %
50 Joule (+20 °C)
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TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
Sn-Fg soft solder - Soft solder
2.3830
Per DIN EN 29 453
468
Fittings soft solder
2.3691
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 9453
469
Sn-Ag soft solder - Soft solder
2.3690
EN ISO 9453: Alloy n.: 702
S-Sn 97 Ag 3
469
Sn-watering tin
–
DIN EN 29453
469
Tinning case set
–
–
470
Friction solder
–
Special alloy
470
Watering tin Ultra BF 900
–
–
471
Soft solder
2.3830
Sn-Fg soft solder
Norm denomination:
Per DIN EN 29 453,
And flux per DIN EN 29 454
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
Areas of employment of the flux-filled soft solder are plumbing
works, in electro technique and telecommunication building as well
as in the field of thin metal sheets. Also suitable for soldering works
of titanium-zinc and fine zinc.
No additional fluxing agent necessary since this is contained in the
soldering filler metal. Fluxing agent residues have to be removed.
Melting range:
Density:
Art No.
240 010
240 020
240 030
240 040
240 110
240 120
Welding technique | 469
Description
Sn-Fg soft solder
Sn-Fg soft solder
Sn-Fg soft solder
Sn-Fg soft solder
Sn-Fg soft solder
Sn-Fg soft solder
+183 to +238 °C
9,3 g/cm3
Size ø
Contents
1,00 mm
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
4,00 mm
1,00 mm 250 g
2,00 mm 250 g
Unit
1 kg
1 kg
1 kg
1 kg
1 roll
1 roll
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Fittings soft solder
Qualities:
Applicable for copper pipe installations (for all
cold and hot water carrying pipes) as well as in
cooling industry. Also suitable for soft soldering
of copper pipes for drinking water installation.
Must only be used with the corresponding
TECHNOLIT® flux agent for fittings soft solder
(Article No. 902 228).
Art No.
240 050
240 053
240 055
Description
Fittings soft solder
Fittings soft solder
Fittings soft solder
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,70 mm
3,00 mm
Unit
250 g
250 g
250 g
Art No.Description
Contents
902 228 Fluxing agent for fittings soft solder 250 g
2.3691
Norm denomination:
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 9453
Base materials:
Mechanical quality values:
For soft soldering heavy metals, e.g. copper
pipe installations, plumber works as well as for
the processing of metal goods.
Tensile strength:
Melting range:
Unit
1
40 MPa
approx. +227 °C to +310 °C
Working temperature:
approx. +270°C
Soft solder
2.3690
Sn-Ag soft solder
Norm denomination:
EN ISO 9453: Alloy n.: 702
S-Sn 97 Ag 3
Qualities:
Mechanical quality values:
For lead-free soldering in dipping and
selective soldering systems. Also suitable for
use in cooling and air conditioning systems and
for soft soldering of steel and stainless steel.
Furthermore, the fittings soft solder is suitable
for soft soldering of copper pipes for drinking
water installations and heater installations
(up to +110 °C) in accordance with the DVGW
work sheet GW2.
Tensile strength:
45,1 MPa
Melting range:
+221 °C – +240 °C
Density:
Art No.
239 020
239 030
239 120
239 130
7,3 g/cm³
Description
Sn-Ag soft solder
Sn-Ag soft solder
Sn-Ag soft solder
Sn-Ag soft solder
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
Art No.Description
902 224 Fluxing agent silver soft solder
Contents
250 g
Unit
1 kg
1 kg
250 g roll
250 g roll
Unit
1
Sn-watering tin
Qualities:
For filling up and levelling of defective spots at bonnets, mud guards,
trunk lids and roof areas on the automotive sector. Also employable
for works in general metal sheet and machine building. Before the
watering tin can be applied, the damaged spot has to be prepared
with TECHNOLIT®TIN-Verzinnungspaste (tinning paste) so that the
work piece becomes bare metallic. Then the employment of the
watering tin alloy can take place.
Art No.
240 125
240 126
240 133
240 140
Description
Sn-watering tin
Sn-watering tin 25 % (Hw)
Sn-watering tin 33 %
Sn-watering tin 40 %
Size ø
10,0 mm
10,0 mm
10,0 mm
10,0 mm
Length
400 mm
400 mm
400 mm
400 mm
Art No.Description
902 250 TIN-Tinning paste
Contents
1 kg
Norm denomination:
Base materials:
Mechanical quality values:
DIN EN 29453
Copper work materials, zinc, tin plate, lead
pipes and lead sheets
Melting range:
Welding technique | 470
Unit
25 kg
25 kg
10 kg
10 kg
from +183 °C to +263 °C
Working temperature:from approx. +200 °C to +350 °C
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Tinning case set
Qualities:
For all areas of modern bodywork repairs
• Complete tinning set in handy case for all
areas of bodywork repairs, economically employable
• Set comprises:
- 1.000 g can TIN tinning paste
- 1 kg bar natural wax for tinning paste
- 1 soldering gun with PIEZO ignition
- 5 kg watering TIN automotive 25 %
- TIN scraper, set of 3
Art No.Description
902 252 Tinning case set
Friction solder
Unit
1 Set
Norm denomination:
Special alloy
Qualities:
Base materials:
Tinning solder for repairing cracks and holes in building parts of aluminium
and aluminium alloys. The tinning solder can be well post-processed by filing
and grinding.
The tinning solder is predominantly employed in bodywork overhauling and
with veteran car restoration.
Aluminium and aliuminium alloys
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Melting range:
90 - 100 MPa
+200 to +340 °C
Application:
Heat up work piece surface and remove oxide layer with a stainless steel
brush. Heat up aluminium to an extent that the rod flows on its own when is
has contact, without impact of the flame. Then fill up repair areas. For filling
of blow holes and bumps the work material should be brushed-off under heat
again until a connection is established. Then heat up the connection again and
apply material until the crack is closed. Here, you always have to observe that
there is a good connection between the undersurface and the newly
applied material.
Art No.
250 003
250 008
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Description
Friction solder
Friction solder
Size ø
Length
3,00 mm 500 mm
8,00 mm 500 mm
Unit
2,50/5,00 kg
2,50/5,00 kg
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Lead-free watering tin according to EU guideline for bodywork reconstruction
Watering tin Ultra BF 900
• Lead-free in flat-rod format,
therefore no lead pollution of the environment during use
• New tin and no recycling alloy,
therefore no inflow of unknown substances during work
• With integrated flow blocker,
consequently considerable material savings and no
unnecessary material outflow
Qualities:
Areas of use:
Mechanical quality values:
• Very wide melting range
• Optimal gap-filling
• Lowest blowhole development during the
soldering process
• Good grinding qualities
• High strength
• Pasty texture during application and
spreading (prevents dripping-off)
• Good modelling qualities in vertical position
• Pressed flat rods for easy processing
Bodywork construction and repair, materials:
bodywork steels
Melting range:
This newly developed lead-free version of
watering tin was specially produced for
bodywork reconstruction under observation of
the new EU guideline (no lead-containing
products). Features a very wide melting range
and is thus best-suited for soldering at
built-in chassis parts.
from approx. +200 °C to +250 °C
Working temperature: from approx. +220 °C to +250 °C
Density:
7,6 g/mg3
Important!
According to the corresponding EU guideline 2000/53/EG on automobile
recycling, vehicles produced after 01. July 2003 must no longer contain lead-containing
products. In special, the bodywork of these vehicles must no longer be mended with
watering tin that contains lead.
Art No.
240 122
Description
Size ø
Watering tin Ultra BF 900 20 x 5 mm
Length
500 mm
Tin spreaders
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Art No.Description
701 200
Tin putty knife
701 201
Tin putty knife
701 203
Tin putty knife
701 204
Zinc putty, set of 3
701 205
Tin putty knife
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Model
straight, smooth surfaces
curved, smooth surfaces
straight, round surfaces
special shape
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TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
SA 100 - Autogenous-welding rod
1.1116
DIN EN 12536: O I
473
SA 200 - Autogenous-welding rod
1.0459
DIN EN 12536: O II
473
SA 300 - Autogenous-welding rod
1.6215
DIN EN 12536: O III
473
SA 400 - Autogenous-welding rod
1.5425
DIN EN 12536: O I V
474
AL 200 FG - Aluminium brazing solder filled with fluxing agent
–
Special alloy
474
AL 100 - Aluminium universal solder
3.2585
DIN 1732: SG AlSi 12
475
AL 400 - Aluminium solder
–
Special alloy
476
Spengler solder - Copper hard solder
2.1462
DIN EN ISO 24373: B-Cu 94P (L-Cu P6)
477
MA 20 - Bare brass brazing solder for copper and copper alloys
2.0367
EN ISO 3677: B Cu60ZnSi - 890/900
477
MA 20 F - Rust solder, encased with fluxing agent
2.0367
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 3677
478
MA 25 K - Kerb solder
2.0533
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 60 Zn Sn (Si)- 880/900
478
MA 30 D - Drilling rod, filled with fluxing agent
2.0533
Special alloy
479
NS 10 F - High-strength special brazing solder
2.0711
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 48 Zn Ni (Si)
479
Spengler solder AG - Silver brazing solder
2.1462
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 3677
480
AG 65 - Silver solder
2.1467
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 92 Ag
480
AG 63 U - Silver brazing solder
2.1213
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 44 Zn Ag (Si)-690/810
481
AG 30 U - Cadmium-free silver brazing solder
2.5166
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 36 Zn Ag Sn- 665/755
481
AG 34 U - Refrigeration and air-conditioning technology silver brazing
solder
2.5157
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 36 Ag Zn Sn-630/730
481
AG 54 - Cadmium-free silver brazing solder
–
Special alloy
482
AG 56 - Universal silver brazing solder
2.5165
EN ISO 3677: B-Ag 40 Cu Zn Sn-650/710
482
AG 57 U - Universal silver brazing solder
2.5165
EN ISO 3677: B-Ag 40 Cu Zn Sn-650/710
482
AG 56 UX - Cadmium-free silver brazing solder
2.5159
Special alloy
483
Welding technique | 473
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Autogenous-welding rod
SA 100
Qualities:
Welding rod for joint welding of sheet metals and pipes, low viscosity.
Areas of use: Exhaust pipes, railing parts, steel frames etc.
1.1116
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 12536: O I
DIN 8554: G I
ASME/AWS 5.2: R 45
Art No.
201 010
201 020
201 030
201 040
201 050
201 060
Description
SA 100
SA 100
SA 100
SA 100
SA 100
SA 100
Size ø
1,00 mm
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
6,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Base materials:
Mechanical quality values:
General construction steel:
S 185 - S 355
Yield strength:
Unit
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
>260 MPa
Tensile strength:
360-450 MPa
Elongation:
>20 %
Notch impact value:
>35 Joule (+20 °C)
Autogenous-welding rod
SA 200
Qualities:
Welding rod for joint welding in container and pipeline building. The
welding behaviour of this rod is less thin-flowing and it can be welded
more pore-safely than a O I-rod. Thus it is better suitable for out of
position welding.
1.0459
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 12536: O II
DIN 8554: G II
ASME/AWS 5.2: R 45
Art No.
201 520
201 530
201 540
201 550
Description
SA 200
SA 200
SA 200
SA 200
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
4,00 mm
5,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Base materials:
Mechanical quality values:
General construction steels: S 235 JR G2 to S
275 JO
Pipe steels: S 235 JR G2 to S 275 JO
Yield strength:
Unit
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
> 300 MPa
Tensile strength:
390-440 MPa
Elongation:
> 20 %
Notch impact value:
> 50 J
Autogenous-welding rod
SA 300
Qualities:
Art No.
202 002
202 024
202 003
Welding rod for joint welding in container and pipeline building.
Ductile welding behaviour.
1.6215
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 12536: O III
DIN 8554: G III
ASME/AWS A5.2: R60
Description
Size ø
SA 300
2,00 mm
SA 300
2,40 mm
SA 300
3,00 mm
Length
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
1.000 mm
Base materials:
Mechanical quality values:
General purpose constructional steels:
S 185 - S 355
Pipe steels: S 235 JR - S 275 JO
Boiler plates: P 235 GH, P 265 GH, P 295 GH
Yield strength:
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Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Notch impact value:
Unit
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
10/25 kg
> 310 MPa
410-560 MPa
> 22 %
> 47 Joule (+20 °C)
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Autogenous-welding rod
1.5425
SA 400
Norm denomination:
DIN EN 12536: O I V
AWS/ASME SFA.5.2: R 65
Qualities:
Base materials:
Welding rod for joint welding of low-alloyed, heat-resistant boiler
and pipe steel with operating temperatures up to +500 °C.
Viscous welding properties.
1.0038 - 1.0570, 1.0305, 1.0405, 1.5415, 1.0345 1.0477, 1.0481
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
> 295 MPa
Tensile strength:
440 - 540 MPa
Elongation:
> 18 %
Notch impact strength:
Art No.
203 003
Description
SA 400
Size ø
3,00 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 10/25 kg
Aluminium brazing solder filled with
fluxing agent
Norm denomination:
AL 200 FG
Base materials:
Special alloy
Aluminium and aluminium alloy
Mechanical quality values:
Yield strength:
Qualities:
Flux-filled aluminium solder for soldering on rolled and cast aluminium alloys. The solder
has good modelling qualities and can therefore be used for all kinds of work in the repair
and reconstruction of aluminium parts such as, repair soldering on gearboxes, suction
manifolds, frames, containers, protective casings and bodywork parts. The fluxing agent
which is harmonised with the solder stick provides optimal moistening of the work piece
surface and generates a pore-free homogeneous connection with the base material.
Solder stick not suitable for subsequent anodising. In case of thick materials, pre-heat
solder joint well (approx. +150 °C). Remove fluxing agent residue.
Art No.
222 003
Description
AL 200 FG
> 47 J (+20 °C)
Size ø
3,00 mm
Length
Unit
800 mm 2,5/10 kg
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Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Melting range:
80 MPa
110 MPa
18 %
+610 °C to +640 °C
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Aluminium universal solder
AL 100
• Universal employment with aluminium and most aluminium alloys
because of its special alloy
• Particularly employable with thin sheet metal
due to very good flowing qualities (high capillary effect)
• No melting-through of the work piece
due to low binding temperature (approx. +500 °C)
Qualities:
Material no. 3.2585
Special alloy for joining aluminium and
aluminium alloys. The low-viscosity solder
has good capillary action. Melting-through of
the work piece is avoided due to the relatively
low binding temperature. The soldered seam
turns a bit darker during anodising.
Application: Set torch to a slight gas surplus.
Pre-heat through and through until the fluxing
agent melts. Then heat-up the tip of the
brazing solder, dip it into the fluxing agent,
place it on the solder joint and melt off. Do not
overheat solder joint! Remove flux residue
from the solder joint - brush or wash off.
Recommended fluxing agent: Aluminium
«New Generation» fluxing paste Al-100:
The aluminium universal solder AL-100 is
used primarily in light metal construction, in
food and electronics industry, for repair work
in furniture, vehicle and electrical
construction and for all repair jobs that arise.
Norm denomination:
DIN 1732: SG AlSi 12
AWS/ASME SFA-5.10: Similar to ER4047
Base materials:
Aluminium and aluminium alloy
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
200 MPa
Elongation:
5%
Bonding temperature:
500 °C
Electrical conductivity: 17-27 S · m/mm2
Art No.
221 002
221 003
Description
AL-100
AL-100
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
Length
500 mm
500 mm
Unit
2,5/10 kg
2,5/10 kg
Suitable flux: FM AL “new Generation”
• Flux agent in powder form for soldering of aluminium and aluminium alloys
• Suitable for flame soldering method and for “open-air furnace brazing.”
• Typical areas of application include cooler construction and for aluminium pipelines
• Effective temperature range: 520 °C - 660 °C
• FL 10/DIN EN 1045
Areas of use:
• Ventilation and air-conditioning engineering, aluminium processing
Art No.
902 229
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Description
Temperature range Contents
Fluxing agent aluminium
„new Generation“
520 °C - 660 °C
150 g
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Aluminium solder
AL 400
• No collapsing or melting-off of the work material
due to the low working temperature of approx. +380 °C only
• No harmful fluxing agents required
since the oxide layer of the basic material has to be torn up only
• Hardly warping in the basic material
due to the low working temperature of approx. +380 °C
Qualities:
Areas of use:
Norm denomination:
No collapsing/melting down of the material
due to the low working temperature of
approx. +380 °C (instead of approx. +600 °C
for common brazing solders). Can be used
with various heat sources, e.g. soldering gun,
propane, butane, hot air etc. Joint can easily
be separated again by heating up to +400 °C.
• Connecting aluminium, aluminium-alloys,
cast aluminium and aluminium-zinc alloys
• Connecting aluminium parts even of most
different alloys and material thickness like
e.g. oil basins, chain protectors at motor
saws, veteran car restoration, motorbike
and automobile reconstruction
• Elimination of cracks or holes at defect
aluminium casings or lids
• Suitable for subsequent grinding, polishing,
drilling and thread cutting
Special alloy
Art No.
224 000
224 001
Description
Size ø
Length
AL 400, aluminium solder
3,00 mm
335 mm
AL 400 aluminium solder, set of 4 pcs consisting of: AL 400 aluminium solder, 400 g pack - High-performance soldering gun „Zyklon“ - TECHNOLIT® Slot Screwdriver - Full nappa glove
1. Heat up work piece
2.Working temperature has been
reached when AL 400 becomes
liquid, AL 400 is applied
Base materials:
For connecting aluminium, aluminium alloys,
cast aluminium as well as zinc aluminium
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength: up to 118 MPa
Unit
600 g
1 Set
3. Tear up the oxide layer with
screw driver
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4. Cool down slowly (do not
quench!)
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Copper hard solder
Norm denomination:
Spengler solder
DIN EN ISO 24373: B-Cu 94P (L-Cu P6)
DIN EN 1044: CP 203
DIN 8513: L-Cu P6
Base materials:
Qualities:
Employable for joints with operating temperatures of up to +150 °C.
In special cases also up to +200 °C. This Spengler solder is free of harmful components
like lead, cadmium and antimony. Is mainly employed with soldering works in container
and apparatus building. It is easy-flowing for gap soldering with good capillary effect.
Not employable with sulphurous media as well as iron and nickel alloys. Applicable with
copper pipe installations (cold and hot water), gas pipes, heat exchangers, boilers, metal
goods, in roofer companies, in apparatus building as well as in electronics.
Art No.
238 090
Description
Spengler solder
Size ø
2,00 mm
Length
500 mm
Copper to copper with flux. Copper to red cast,
copper tin and copper zink alloys with flux.
DIN EN 1045-FH 10
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
250 MPa
Melting range:
+710 °C to +880 °C
Unit
2,5/5 kg
Suitable fluxing agent:
Art No.
902 226
Description
Fluxing agent silver solder
Temperature range
500 °C - 800 °C
Contents
500 g
Bare brass brazing solder for copper and copper
alloys
MA 20
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Extremely deoxidizing and degassed all-purpose brazing solder for creating high-quality
joints for automobile manufacturing, bicycle and motorcycle industries, fittings and
appliances, plumbing, repair shops, etc. Suitable for brazing steel, cast steel, malleable
cast iron, red bronze, tin bronze and copper, for depositing on sliding and wear
surfaces, for joining brass, bronze, copper and copper alloys.
Particularly suitable for soldering rusted or contaminated materials. Remove flux residue
mechanically.
Description
MA 20
MA 20
Size ø
1,60 mm
2,40 mm
Length
Unit
1.000 mm 2,5/5 kg
1.000 mm 2,5/5 kg
Suitable fluxing agent:
Art No.
902 225
Norm denomination:
EN ISO 3677: B Cu60ZnSi - 890/900
DIN 8513: L- CuZn 40
Qualities:
Art No.
220 000 16
220 000 24
2.0367
Description
Fluxing agent brass
Temperature range
750 °C - 1,100 °C
Contents
500 g
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350-400 MPa
Working temperature:+ 900 °C
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Rust solder, encased with fluxing agent
2.0367
MA 20 F
Norm denomination:
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 3677
Base materials:
Qualities:
MA 20 F is a flux agent coated brazing solder for solderings at rusty, varnished or painted
work pieces. This special alloy is also excellently suitable for soldering at zinc-plated
steel since the zinc layer is not damaged. Special pre-treatment or cleaning of the work
piece is not necessary. The solder binds excellently without any kind of additive.
Application: in general with neutral flame, work with oxygen surplus
in case of zinc-plated steel. Pre-heat solder joints to working
temperature, place rod tip and let solder spread.
Art No.
232 020
232 025
Description
MA 20 F
MA 20 F
Size ø
2,00 mm
2,50 mm
Length
500 mm
500 mm
Iron, steel, brass, copper, grey cast, annealed cast
and zinc-plated material
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Melting range:
Hardness:
ca 30 %
870 °C - 900 °C
ca. 120 HB
2.0533
MA 25 K
Norm denomination:
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 60 Zn Sn (Si)- 880/900
DIN EN 1044: CU 306
DIN 8513: L-Cu Zn 39 Sn
Qualities:
Grooved special brazing solder for especially simple and clean handling. The flux agent
inserted into the grooves is precisely dosed. The solder can be precisely processed in
every position. Weld material can be well-modelled, excellent gap bridging qualities, no
off-flowing at vertical surfaces. Preferred areas of employment: pipe and profile frames,
pipelines, containers, apparatuses, bodywork parts and other zinc-plated metal constructions, small iron parts as well as for many occurring repair works.
Application: torch setting neutral, with zinc-plated work pieces oxygen surplus. Clean
work piece, pre-heat solder joints to working temperature. Position rod tip and let solder
spread.
Base materials:
Work pieces of copper, iron, steel, grey cast, nickel
alloys.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Size ø
2,00 mm
3,00 mm
Length
500 mm
500 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
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380-420 MPa
approx. 30%
Melting range:
+880 °C to +900 °C
Hardness:
approx. 110-125 HB
Working temperature:
Description
MA 25 K
MA 25 K
350 - 400 MPa
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
Kerb solder
Art No.
232 520 20
232 520 30
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Drilling rod, filled with fluxing agent
Norm denomination:
MA 30 D
Special alloy
Base materials:
Iron, steel, brass, copper, grey cast, annealed cast,
zinc-plated material.
Qualities:
Special brazing solder of drilled wires with in between embedded, very active fluxing
agent. Allows for low residues and regular bead development. Soldering works at
zinc-plated materials are possible without damaging the zinc layer. Remove soiling
from the solder joints to be connected and pre-heat the solder joints to working
temperature.
Application: With brass soldering and zinc-plated material, adjust flame to light oxygen
surplus.
Art No.
233 025
Description
MA 30 D
Size ø
2,50 mm
Length
500 mm
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
400 MPa
Elongation:
Melting range:
approx. 30%
from +870 °C to +890 °C
Working temperature:
900 °C
Unit
2,5/5 kg
High-strength special brazing solder
Norm denomination:
NS 10 F
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 48 Zn Ni (Si)
DIN EN 1044: Cu 305
Qualities:
Steel, nickel alloys, tool steel, casting iron, annealed
cast, hard metal,
Copper and copper alloys
Base materials:
New silver alloy with excellent flowing qualities for highly-strained joints, economising
and without post-treatment. Possible areas of employment: in fittings and apparatus
building, in machine industry,
in locksmitheries, in automotive and bodywork building or also in steel furniture industry.
Application: set torch to neutral flame. Clean soiling at the work piece thoroughly.
Pre-heat solder joint to working temperature. Position rod tip and let solder spread.
Art No.
230 125
Description
NS 10 F
Size ø
2,50 mm
Length
500 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
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Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Melting range:
up to 800 MPa
>20 %
+890 °C to +900 °C
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Silver brazing solder
Norm denomination:
Spengler solder AG
Qualities:
Brazing solder with silver share and good flowing qualities. Areas of employment: brazing
soldering of copper pipes in cold and hot water installation, gas and liquid gas appliances
installation as well as in oil, cooling and heating appliances construction. With copper/
copper connections this Spengler brazing solder can also be employed without fluxing
agent. It is free of harmful components like lead, cadmium and antimony. For
soldering brass and red cast the fluxing agent „Fluxing agent silver solder“
has to be used in addition.
This solder is not suitable for soldering a steel and stainless steel!
Art No.
238 092
Description
Spengler solder AG
TK7105
Hard / silver solders
Size ø
2,00 mm
Special alloy in accordance with EN ISO 3677
Base materials:
Copper pipelines without fluxing agent, brass and
red cast with fluxing agent.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Melting range:
Working temperature:
250 MPa
+645 °C to +825 °C
ca. +710 °C
Length
Unit
500 mm 1/2,5/5 kg
Suitable fluxing agent:
Art No.
902 226
Description
Fluxing agent silver solder
Temperature range
500 °C - 800 °C
Contents
500 g
Silver solder
Norm denomination:
AG 65
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 92 Ag
DIN EN 1044: CP 105
DIN 8531: L-Ag 2 P
Base materials:
Qualities:
Low-alloyed silver brazing solder for serial production as well as for repairs in electro and
installation technique. Very thin-fluid special alloy: Can also be employed without fluxing
agent with copper/copper connections. This special solder features a very low working
temperature, does not burn, has good gap-bridging qualities and in most cases it can
substitute the considerably more expensive high-alloyed silver solders.
Suitable fluxing agent: DIN EN FH 10 (Effective range +550 °C to +800 °C)
Art No.
216 520
Description
AG 65
Size ø
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
500 mm 2,5/10 kg
Suitable fluxing agent:
Art No.
902 226
Description
Fluxing agent silver solder
Temperature range
500 °C - 800 °C
Contents
500 g
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Copper, brass, bronze and (with limitations) nickel
and nickel steel alloys.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Melting range:
Working temperature:
approx. 250 MPa
+645 °C - +825 °C
ca. +740 °C
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Silver brazing solder
2.1213
AG 63 U
Norm denomination:
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 44 Zn Ag (Si)-690/810
DIN EN 1044: AG 206
DIN 8513: L-Ag 20
Qualities:
Base materials:
Silver-bearing, resistant to overheating alloy without cadmium.
Steel, annealed cast, copper and copper allows,
nickel and nickel alloys and hard metals.
Processing instructions:
For fusion and braze welding of alloyed and unalloyed steel, malleable cast iron, copper
and copper alloys, nickel, and hard metals. Suitable for delicate surfacing bronze and
brass components. Apparatus engineering, refrigeration industry, and fine mechanics.
Soldering in diamonds. Colour consistency is largely achieved when soldering on brass.
The silicon in the solder can lower the mechanical qualities when soldering carbon steel.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
380 – 450 MPa
Elongation:
Melting range:
25 %
from +690 °C to +810 °C
Hardness:
125 HB
Working temperature:
Art No.
216 300 15
Description
AG 63 U
Size ø
1,50 mm
+810 °C
Length
Unit
500 mm 2,5/10 kg
Cadmium-free silver brazing solder
2.5166
AG 30 U
Norm denomination:
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 36 Zn Ag Sn- 665/755
DIN EN 1044: AG 107
DIN 8513: L-Ag 30 Sn
Qualities:
Flux-coated, silver-containing, overheating-resistant silver alloys without cadmium for
fusion brazing of alloyed and non-alloyed steel, malleable cast iron, nickel and nickel
alloys, copper and copper alloys. Suitable for braze points with operating temperatures
up to +200 °C .
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Melting range:
360 - 480 MPa
+665 °C to + 755 °C
Hardness:
140 HB
Working temperature:
Art No.
213 000 15
213 000 20
Description
AG 30 U
AG 30 U
Size ø
1,50 mm
2,00 mm
Length
500 mm
500 mm
Unit
2,5 kg
2,5 kg
Refrigeration and air-conditioning
technology silver brazing solder
2.5157
Norm denomination:
AG 34 U
EN ISO 3677: B-Cu 36 Ag Zn Sn-630/730
EN 1044: AG 106
DIN 8513: L-Ag 34 Sn
Base materials:
Qualities:
For fusion brazing of alloyed and unalloyed steel, copper and copper alloys, nickel, and
nickel alloys. For braze points with operating temperatures up to +200 °C. Cadmium-free
silver solder. The silicium can lower the mechanical qualities when soldering carbon steel.
Approved for copper pipe installations according to DVGW: Process sheet GW 2.
Suitable for steel, copper and copper alloys, nickel
and nickel alloys
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Art No.
213 400 15
213 400 20
+740 °C
Description
AG 34 U
AG 34 U
Size ø
1,50 mm
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
500 mm 2,5/10 kg
500 mm 2,5/10 kg
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Melting range:
Working temperature:
360 – 480 MPa
> 12 %
630 °C - 730 °C
710 °C
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Cadmium-free silver brazing solder
Norm denomination:
AG 54
Special alloy
Base materials:
Qualities:
Bare silver brazing solder for work on pipelines and stainless steel applications. This
cadmium-free solder is ideally suited for use in the food industry, e.g. in breweries,
dairies as well as in pharmaceutical precision engineering operations. Has excellent
flow characteristics.
For brazing soldering of steel, annealed cast,
copper, copper alloys, nickel, nickel alloys as well
as connections of the individual metals to each
other.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
330 - 430 MPa
Elongation:
Directions for use:
Pre-heat well with neutral flame or slight acetylene excess flame. Hold the tip of the silver
solder on the solder joint and melt. Do not overheat. Allow to air dry. Remove flux residue
with stainless steel brush.
Art No.
215 400 15
215 400 20
Description
AG 54
AG 54
Size ø
1,50 mm
2,00 mm
Length
500 mm
500 mm
Melting range:
25 %
+630 °C to + 660 °C
Working temperature:
+650 °C
Unit
2,5 kg
2,5 kg
2.5165
Universal silver brazing solder
AG 56
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Silver-containing, overheating-resistant silver alloys without cadmium. For fusion brazing
of steel and stainless steel, copper and copper alloys, nickel and nickel alloys. Suitable for
braze points with operating temperatures up to +200 °C. The solder is approved for use
in seawater according to the marine standard VG 81 245, Part 3. The silicium in the solder
can lower the mechanical qualities when
soldering carbon steel.
EN ISO 3677: B-Ag 40 Cu Zn Sn-650/710
DIN EN 1044: AG 105
DIN 8513: L-Ag 40 Sn
AWS/SFA 5.8: B Ag-28
Base materials:
Suitable for steel and stainless steel, copper and
copper alloys, nickel and nickel alloys
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
350 - 430 MPa
Elongation:
Melting range:
20 %
from +650 °C to +710 °C
Hardness:
Art No.
215 600 15
Description
AG 56
Size ø
1,50 mm
Length
Unit
500 mm 2,5/10 kg
130 HB
Working temperature:
+690 °C
2.5165
Universal silver brazing solder
AG 57 U
Norm denomination:
Qualities:
Flux-coated, silver-containing, overheating-resistant silver alloys without cadmium. For
fusion brazing of steel, copper and copper alloys, nickel and nickel alloys. For joining
different types of metal to each other. Suitable for braze points with operating
temperatures up to +200 °C. The solder is approved for use in seawater according
to the marine standard VG 81 245, Part 3. The silicon in the solder can lower the
mechanical qualities when soldering carbon steel.
EN ISO 3677: B-Ag 40 Cu Zn Sn-650/710
EN 1044: AG 105
DIN 8513: L-Ag 40 Sn
WS/SFA 5.8 B Ag-28
Base materials:
Suitable for steel, stainless steel, copper and copper
alloys, nickel and nickel alloys
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Melting range:
Art No.
215 657 15
215 657 20
Description
AG 57 U
AG 57 U
Size ø
1,50 mm
2,00 mm
Length
Unit
500 mm 2,5/10 kg
500 mm 2,5/10 kg
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Hardness:
Working temperature:
350 MPa - 430 MPa
20 %
from +650 °C to +710 °C
130 HB
+690 °C
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Cadmium-free silver brazing solder
2.5159
AG 56 UX
Norm denomination:
Special alloy
Base materials:
Qualities:
Flux agent coated silver brazing solder for solderings at pipes and installations of
non-rusting steel. This cadmium-free solder is excellently employable in food industry,
e.g. in breweries, creameries as well as pharmaceutical companies and in fine
mechanics. Features good flowing qualities.
Application: pre-heat well with neutral flame or slight acetylene surplus. Put tip of the
silver solder on the solder joint and melt-off. Do not overheat. Let cool off at the air.
Remove fluxing agent residues with stainless steel brush.
For brazing soldering of steel, annealed cast,
copper, copper alloys, nickel, nickel alloys as well
as connections of the individual metals to each
other.
Mechanical quality values:
Tensile strength:
Elongation:
Melting range:
Working temperature:
Art No.
215 715
215 720
Description
AG 56 UX
AG 56 UX
Size ø
1,50 mm
2,00 mm
Length
500 mm
500 mm
Unit
2,5/5 kg
2,5/5 kg
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330 - 430 MPa
25 %
+630 °C to + 660 °C
+650 °C
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Welding fillers for:
Fluxing agents, soft and hard solder
TECHNOLIT® description
Material no.
Norm:
Page
Fluxing agent brass - Multi-purpose flux
–
DIN EN 1045: FH 21
484
Fluxing agent silver solder - Multi-purpose flux
–
DIN EN 1045-FH 10
484
Fluxing agent silver soft solder
–
DIN EN 29454-1; 3.2.2.A
485
Fluxing agent soft solder
–
DIN EN 29454-1: 3.1.1.C (DIN F-SW 21)
485
Fluxing agent aluminium „new generation“
–
DIN EN 1045: FL 10
485
Fluxing agent paste AL-100
–
DIN EN 1045: FL-10
485
Fluxing agent for fittings soft solder
–
DIN 29454-1: 3.1.1.A F-SW 21
485
Fluxing agent silver solder
Multi-purpose flux
Fluxing agent brass
Qualities:
Qualities:
• Brazing solder paste according to
DIN EN 1045: FH 21 for brazing of steel, copper, brass and bronze
• Effect range +750 °C to +1.100 °C
• Fluxing agent DIN EN 1045-FH 10 for soldering copper, brass, bronze,
stainless steel, nickel and nickel alloys, as well as hard metals
• Effective range +550 °C to +800 °C
• Paste consistency
• For all hard soldered joints with silver solder
Areas of use:
• Suitable for galvanized materials
Art No.
902 225
Description
Temperature range
Fluxing agent brass 750 °C - 1,100 °C
Contents Unit
500 g
1
Art No.
902 226
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Description
Temperature range Contents Unit
Fluxing agent silver solder500 °C - 800 °C 500 g
1
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Fluxing agent silver soft solder
Fluxing agent soft solder
Qualities:
Qualities:
• Water soluble fluxing agent in accordance
with DIN EN 29454-1; 3.2.2.A
• Soldering fluid for stainless steel, nickel, nickel
alloys and lead
• Liquid
• Also suitable for copper and copper alloys
• Fluxing agent is extremely corrosive, residue
must be removed completely
• Soldering fluid paste in accordance with
DIN EN 29454-1: 3.1.1.C (DIN F-SW 21)
• Fluxing agent for soft soldering of iron,
steel, copper, brass, lead and tin plate
• Can be used for general soldering in cooler
construction, plumbing jobs and tin dipping
Art No.Description
Contents
902 224 Fluxing agent silver soft solder 250 g
Unit
1
Fluxing agent paste AL-100
• For soldering of aluminium and aluminium alloys
• Based on alkali chlorides, alkali fluorides
and zinc fluoride
• Excellent flow characteristics
• Paste consistency allows easier handling
than powdered flux especially in difficult
positions
• Ideal in combination with
TECHNOLIT® lot solder AL 100
• F-LH1:FL-10
Contents
150 g
Contents
70 g
Unit
1
Fluxing agent for
fittings soft solder
Qualities:
Art No.Description
902 218 Fluxing agent paste AL-100
Art No.Description
902 223 Fluxing agent soft solder
Qualities:
• Produced on the basis of zinc chloride
and ammonium chloride with additives
• Ready to use for pre-tinning and soldering
• Ideal when used in combination
with TECHNOLIT® fittings soft solder
• Oily consistency
• DIN 29454-1: 3.1.1.A F-SW 2
Unit
1
Art No.Description
902 228 Fluxing agent for fittings soft solder
Contents
250 g
Unit
1
Fluxing agent aluminium „new generation“
Qualities:
• Flux agent in powder form for soldering of aluminium and aluminium alloys
• Suitable for flame soldering method and for “open-air furnace brazing.”
• Typical areas of application include cooler construction and for aluminium pipelines
• Effective temperature range: 520 °C - 660 °C
• FL 10/DIN EN 1045
Art No. Description
Temperature range Contents
902 229 Fluxing agent aluminium „new Generation“ 520 °C - 660 °C 150 g
Welding technique | 486
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