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Weld Star Alloy 59 Nickel TIG Filler Rods 2.4mm 5kg (NiCrMo-13)

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  • TIG Filler Rods
  • 5kg Pack – 2.4mm
  • 59 Nickel Alloy
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Description

ALLOY 59 NICKEL TIG FILLER RODS 2.4MM 5KG (NiCrMo-13)

AWS A5.14 – ER NiCrMo-13

A 5KG pack of Weld Star 2.4mm Alloy 59 TIG Welding Wire (NiCrMo-13). Designed for welding alloys 22, 625, 276 and 686 as well as a combination of them.  This versatile alloy has excellent resistance to wet corrosion for some of the most demanding applications including papermaking equipment, producing corrosion resistant overlays and use in severe offshore environments.

Due to the chemical composition of Weld Star Alloy 59 TIG Filler Rods they possess an excellent capacity to resist an extensive range of corrosive issues.  In particular chloride induced pitting and crevice corrosion, plus excellent resistance to stress cracking corrosion.  Additionally they have a great ability to withstand the effects of mineral based acids such as nitric, phosphoric, sulphuric and salt acids.  Moreover Alloy 59 TIG Filler Rods have exceptional mechanical strength. Like C276 TIG Rods, Alloy 59 also have high levels of Molybdenum(Mo).  However they perform better in a wide range of oxidising media’s in comparison to C276.

As a result of their exceptional resistance to many forms of corrosion, Weld Star Alloy 59 TIG Filler Rods are used in the most severe environments such as Chemical processing plants, scrubbers for flue gas desulphurisation, digesters and papermaking equipment. Plus industries including offshore and petrochemical where some of the most severe corrosive factors are confronted.

Features & Benefits
  • Designed for welding Nickel alloys including 22, 625, 276 and 686.
  • Excellent resistance to stress cracking
  • Good levels of resistance to pitting corrosion
  • Exceptional mechanical strength
Applications / Industries
  • Petrochemical
  • Digesters and Papermaking Equipment
  • Sever Offshore Environments
  • Corrosion Resistant Overlays
  • Scrubbers for Flue Gas Desulphurisation
  • Chemical Processing Plants
  • Tubes in Geothermal Power Plants
  • Sulfuric Acid Coolers
What is wet corrosion?

Wet corrosion takes place when humidity levels in the presence of metal surfaces exceed 60% and can occur in neutral, acid or alkaline environments.  As a result various forms of corrosion can take hold both at a uniform / wider level e.g. oxidation, and also at the localised level e.g. pitting and crevice corrosion.  With particular concern for localised corrosive issues as they can often go undetected, leading to serious failure of weld integrity and strength. Wet Corrosion can be concentrated in areas where there is a limited oxygen supply leading to more intense effects.  The following list highlights some of the main forms of Wet Corrosion to be aware of:

  • Pitting & Crevice Corrosion
  • Uniform Corrosion
  • Environmentally Assisted Cracking
  • Stress Corrosion Cracking
  • Sulphide Stress Cracking
  • Hydrogen Induced Stress Cracking
  • Corrosion Fatigue

While the above list is not exhaustive it does cover the main issues to consider in the name of Wet Corrosion.

Chemical Composition %
C% Mn% Fe% P% S% Si%
max max max  max max max
0.010 0.50 1.50  0.020 0.005 0.08
Ni% Co% Al% Cr% Mo%
56.00 max 0.10 22.00 15.00
min 0.30 0.40 24.00 16.50

 

Mechanical Properties
Tensile Strength ≥760 MPa
Yield Strength
Elongation
Impact Strength

Mechanical properties are approximate and may vary based on the heat, shielding gas, welding parameters and other factors.

 

Standards
EN ISO 18274 – Ni 6059 – NiCr23Mo16
AWS A5.14 – ER NiCrMo-13

 

Shielding Gases

EN ISO 14175 – TIG: I1 (Argon)

 

Welding Positions

EN ISO 6947 – PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF

 

Typical Base Materials

Alloy 22, Alloy 625, Alloy 276, Alloy 686*
* Illustrative, not exhaustive list

In Conclusion

Overall Weld Star Alloy 59 TIG Filler Rods are designed to be used in some of the most severe environments and situations. This is because of their excellent mechanical strength and capacity to withstand the effects of a wide range of highly corrosive substances, materials and naturally occurring factors.  The 5kg packs are available in diameters of 1.6mm, 2.4mm and 3.2mm.  Please allow 1-2 working days for delivery.

Images are for illustration purposes only.

 

 

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