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    WA GAMMA 59-E
WA GAMMA 59-E

WA GAMMA 59-E

Basic coated 22% Cr and 16% Mo SMAW electrode with a NiCrMo alloyed core

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Product Details

  • Alloy Type: Nickel Based Alloys
  • Cracks: No
  • Machinable: Yes
  • Multi-layer: Yes
  • AWS Classification(s): ASME IIC SFA 5.11 / AWS A 5.11: ENiCrMo-13
  • EN ISO Classification(s): EN ISO 14172: E Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16)
  • Base Metal(s) to Weld: 2.4605, 1.4537, 2.4619, 1.4531, Alloy 4, 1.4563, 2.4602, 1.4538, Alloy G, 1.4503, UNS N08028, 1.4562, 2.4819, 1.4586, Alloy G3, 1.4565, UNS S32654, 1.4529, Alloy 59, 1.4536, Alloy 276, 1.4568, AISI CN7MS, 2.4610, 1.4547, UNS S34565, 1.4585, UNS N08925, Alloy 31, UNS J94650, UNS N10276, UNS N06022, 1.4569, UNS N08367, Alloy 28, UNS N08926, UNS N06059, AISI 254SMo, UNS N06007, Alloy 24, UNS S31254, UNS N06455, 2.4618, UNS N06985, Alloy 22
  • Welding Process(es): SMAW / MMA

Features:

  • Extreme low levels of carbon and silicon to minimise occurrence of deleterious precipitates
  • Outstanding operability
  • Good handling even in difficult welding positions
  • Weld metal shows excellent resistance to pitting, crevice and stress corrosion cracking

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