In this range of electrodes the nickel content exceeds the sum total of all other alloying elements, thus the term nickel based electrode.
The electrode range includes types for welding nickel, monel, nickel molybdenum alloys, nickel chrome iron alloys, nickel and chrome molybdenum alloys. Several electrodes in this range also can be used for surfacing.
All the electrodes deposit weld metal with advantageous corrosion resistant properties. The higher alloyed NiCrMo and NiCrFe types possess a combination of notch toughness at -196ºC and resistance to oxidation and creep at temperatures up to 1000 ºC.
The NiCrMo and NiCrFe types are also ideally suited to welding steel plate clad with nickel based alloy or stainless steel. Further the NiCrMo and NiCrFe variants are the only viable option for welding ferritic CrMo steels to stainless steels when heat and creep resistant properties are mandatory.
Additionally, the ENiCrFe-3 electrode is well suited to the repair of high carbon steel cast components, particularly when PWHT is involved, not only because of its ability to tolerate high dilution and provide matching strength levels, but also because its ductility and toughness are unimpaired by such heat treatment.
|NCO||ENiCrFe-2||Welding NiCr-800 Series.||Download|
|NCF||ENiCrFe-3||Nickel based alloys operating between -196 ºC and 480 ºC.||Download|
|NCM-625||ENiCrMo-3||Better known as 625 type alloy.||Download|
|NCM-276||ENiCrMo-4||Best known as C276 alloy.||Download|
|NCM-6||ENiCrMo-6||Excellent cryogenic properties.||Download|
|NCM-622||ENiCrMo-10||Better known as C22 type alloy.||Download|
|NCM-30||ENiCrMo-11||Mainly used for cladding ferritic steels.||Download|
|NCM-12||ENiCrMo-12||For transition welds including duplex to austenitics.||Download|