Nickel Alloy Filler Alloys and Consumables Datasheets


AMPCO-CORE ® 250S is a nickel aluminum bronze metal core wire for use with the Gas Metal Arc Welding process producing sound, pore free deposits. AMPCO-CORE ® 250S is primarily an overlay filler metal for aluminum bronzes and ferrous materials. The characteristics of this filler metal make a... [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Aluminum; Copper; Nickel Alloy; Iron, Manganese
  • Other Properties: 320 BHN
  • Joining Process / Product Form: MIG Spool (GMAW)
  • Nominal Composition: 1.0% Mn, 2.0% Fe, 4.8% Ni, 11.5% Al, Balance Cu
Arcaloy Nickel Steel Solid Wires -- Arcaloy 276
from ESAB Welding and Cutting Products

Features. Arcaloy ER276 is a Ni-Cr-Mo alloy designed for joining or cladding nickel based alloys and stainless steels. The higher Moly content offers maximum pitting and crevice corrosion protection. * This item is subject to Industry Alloy Surcharges. Industries. Process. Pulp and Paper. Welding... [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Nickel Alloy
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 105877
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing.
  • Yield Strength (YS): 79045
BM 1610-N
from Bellman-Melcor LLC

Works well in poor atmospheres. Common automotive alloy. [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Nickel Alloy
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Braze or solder in the form of a paste.; Powder; Filler braze or solder alloy in a reconfigured sheet form that fits the contour of the joint surfaces.; Strip, sheet or foil
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Common Automotive Alloy
  • Melting Range: 1610
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 5555
from Universal Wire Works Inc.

Primarily used to inert-gas-arc-weld base metals of similar composition requiring joints with strength, corrosion and heat resistance comparable to those of the base metal. [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Nickel Alloy
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0200 to 0.1250
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Solid wire or rod
  • Nominal Composition: 99Ni
from Weld Wire Co., Inc.

Alloy A electrodes are used for welding of nickel-chromium-iron alloys to themselves as well as for dissimilar welding between various nickel alloys and carbon or stainless steels. There is a large range of applications from cryogenic temperatures up to 1500F. [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Nickel Alloy