Basic coated flux manual electrode for Nickel base 625 alloy. It is designed to match the composition and properties of 625. This alloy is used for the high temperature strength and structural stability and is also used for its resistance to general corrosion, pitting, crevice and stress corrosion cracking in severe chloride media.Useful proprieties from -269°C to above 1000°C are achieved. It is used for welding of alloy 625, alloy 825, alloy 25-6MO, and a range of high alloy austenitic and super austenitic stainless steels. It is also used for surfacing of steel, for welding 9% Ni steels, and for welding various corrosion-resistant alloys such as alloy 20.Applications include furnace equipment, petrochemical and power generation plants and also overlays on pumps, valves and shafts in offshore and marine environments where high pitting resistance (PRE = 50) is essential. Widely used in oil & gas production and process.

Category Nickel alloys
Product ID 112

Line Nickel alloys Daiko Welding product type 112
Daiko is a complete assortment of high quality consumables for welding and cladding applications. With over 400 different alloys, Daiko covers the whole range on solid and flux cored wires, strips, fluxes and nickel base covered electrodes.
Other covered electrodes are distributed under G-TECH brand. Most of our products are usually ex stock, ready to be supplied.

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Standards AWS A5.11 E NiCrMo-3
EN ISO 14172 ENi6625
W. Nr. 2.4621
Materials which can be welded ASTM/ASME: UNS N06625; A494 CW-6MC (cast). DIN: 2.4856
Proprietary Alloy: Inconel 625; Nicrofer 6020hMo; Nicrofer 6022hMo;
Other alloys
High Nickel Alloys: Inconel 601; Incoloy 800H; Incoloy 825;
Superaustenitics: UNS S31254, 254SMO, 904L, etc.
Cryogenic: 9% Ni Steels

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