Steel - Low Alloy Carbon Welding Alloys Datasheets

Mild Steel TIG Rods
from Detroit Torch & Mfg. Co.

Overview: 1 lb. of Mild Steel Tig Rod. Details: Use our mild steel rods on your next TIG welding project! Rods come in a 1 lb pack. TSER70S-6 [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Steel - Low Alloy Carbon
  • Weld Positions: All positions
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Rod
1/16 in / 1.6 mm Stoody HB-56 33# Wire Basket -- 11987800
from ESAB Welding and Cutting Products

Stoody HB-56 is a general purpose non-cracking hardbanding alloy that offer high hardness in a casing friendly deposit. HB-56 offers a balance of impact and abrasion resistance and can be applied to carbon and low alloy steels with or without tungsten carbide addition. Deposits are crack free when... [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Steel - Low Alloy Carbon
Boilermaker™ 18 -- S148232-033
from Hobart Brothers, an ITW Company

Brand. HOBART ®. Category. Low Alloy Electrodes. Description. Designed to provide improved weld quality bead appearance and operator appeal over other electrodes of the same class when welding on water wall tubes used in power generation business. Provides ease of operation, crystal-clear x-ray... [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Steel - Low Alloy Carbon
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0938
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing.
Excalibur® 10018-D2 MR
from Lincoln Electric Co. (The)

Top FeaturesCapable of producing weld deposits that exceed 690 MPa (100 ksi) yield strength after 12 hours at 635 Â °C (1175 Â °F) Premium arc performanceEasy strike and re-strikeEffortless slag removalQ2 Lot - certificate showing actual deposit chemistry available onlineWatch... [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Steel - Low Alloy Carbon; Low Hydrogen Alloy
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Stick (SMAW) Electrode
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Chromium-Molybdenum and Other Low Alloy Steels, Including AISI 4130, 4140, 8630, Carbon-Manganese and Other Low Alloy Steels, Offshore
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0938 to 0.1562
Arc Weld Stud -- Arc Weld Stud - No Thread
from Southern Stud Weld, Inc.

No thread simply do not have any threads. They are used for stops, handles, location pins etc. These studs are used to anchor refractory to water walls in the power generation industry and to facilitate heat transfer in many applications. Special secondary operations such as grooving and... [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Steel - Low Alloy Carbon; Steel - Stainless
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.1870 to 1
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Weld Stud or Nut
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 60000
Aerospace Alloy -- AMS 5680
from Universal Wire Works Inc.

Universal 347 is extensively used with the gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc and submerged arc processes. This alloy is suitable for welding stabilized steel grades 321, 347 and 348. Alloy 347 should be used when high service temperatures are encountered (above 700 degrees F). Alloy 347 is similar to... [See More]

  • Welding Filler Types: Steel - Low Alloy Carbon
  • Joining Process / Product Form: MIG Spool (GMAW); TIG Rod (GTAW); Submerged Arc welding
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Steel
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0200 to 0.1250