Flux-cored wires for welding TM.WELTEC Ltd.

  1. Product Name
  2. Ultimate tensile strength, MPa
  3. Yield Strength, MPa
  4. Elongation (l = 5×d)
  5. Charpy V-Notch, KCV, J/cm2 at T °C
  6. Purpose and scope. Deposit composition (Weld metal), %
* Wires sorted in alphabetical order
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Wet-FCWw-TMW14
Т Cr Mo1 Z C 2 H5
E81T1-B2-H4
Ø1,2–2,4
60050018+20°: ≥100; -20°:  ≥60Welding of low-alloy high strength steels with the yield strength up to 500 ... 600 MPa. Small amount of welding slag enables to obtain high quality multi-pass welds, requiring no interpass slag removal.Easiness of the slag removal in narrow grooving of thick metal plates is provided. Areas of application are middle and heavy engineering industries.
[C: 0.08; Si: 0.3; Mn: 0.8; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; Cr: 1.0; Mo: 0.5; ]
Wet-FCWw-TMW15
Т Cr Mo1 Z C 2 H5
E81T1-B2-H4
Ø1,2–2,4
60050018+20°: ≥100; -20°:  ≥60Welding and recovering of geometric shape ofworn-out parts made of thermal stable steels, patching of faults in the castings.
[C: ≤0.12; Si: 0.2; Mn: 0.8; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; Cr: 1.0; Mo: 0.6; V: 0.2; ]
WELTEC-H210Y
Т CrMn20 U N 3
EСrMnT0-3
Ø2,0–3,0
500-69036020+20°: ≥80; -20°:  ≥60Welding of high manganese perlite steels of 110G13L grade. The temperature of parts to be welded should not exceed 200 °C. The welding is recommended to be performed providing minimal heat input.
[C: 0.1; Si: 0.2; Mn: 20.0; S: ≤0.025; P: ≤0.025; Ti: 0.1; Cr: 9.0; ]
WELTEC-H215
Т 18 8 Mn U N 3
E307T0-3
Ø2,0–3,2
550-59036030+20°: ≥80; -60°:  ≥60; Mechanized welding (deposition and surfacing) of low-carbon steels (according to DSTU 2651 and GOST 380 National standards) and low-alloy steels (according to GOST 19281 National standard), as well as alloyed steels (according to GOST 4543 National standard) and austenite steels (according to GOST 5632 National standard). Deposition of buffer layers. Hard-facing of rolls for production of mineral warn-keeping jackets.
[C: 0.08; Si: 0.5; Cr: 19.0; Mn: 6.0; Ni: 9.0; S: ≤0.025; P: ≤0.025; ]
Wet-FCWw-TMW11
Т CrNiMn15 U N 3
ECrNiMn15T0-3
Ø2,4–3,0
520360-40030+20°: ≥70; -40°:  ≥50; Welding of high manganese perlite steels of 110G13L grade. The temperature of parts to be welded should not exceed 200 °C. The welding is recommended to be performed providing minimal heat input.
[C: 0.1; Si: 0.1; Mn: 15.0; Ni: 9.0; S: ≤0.025; P: ≤0.025; Cr: 10.0; ]
FCWw-AST
Ø2,4-3,0
540-65044022+20°: ≥80; -20°:  ≥45Automatic welding with forced weld formation of vertical joints of low-carbon and middle strength steels, the ship-building steels of D32-E40 grades including. Areas of application are ship-building, bridge construction, mounting and assembling of tanks.
[C: 0.08; Si: 0.3; Mn: 1.4; Ni: 0.7; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; ]
FCWw-ASTs
Ø2,4-3,0
59044016: ; -20°:  ≥35; Semi-automatic welding of reinforcement rods of A1-A3 classes.
[C: ≤0,12; Si: 0.4; Mn: 1.0; Ni: 0.8; Al: ≤1.5; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; ]
FCWw-TMW-mc5
T 42 2 M M 1 H10
A5.18: E70C-6C
Ø1,2–2,0
59045026+20°: 160; -40°: 70Газозащитная металопорошковая предназначенна для сварки металлоконструкций из углеродистых и низколегированных конструкционных и судовых сталей во всех пространственных положениях включая сварку сверху-вниз при короткой дуге. Благодаря незначительному количеству образующегося шлака возможна многослойная сварка для заполняющих проходов без промежуточного удаления шлака. Проволока применима для сварки корневых швов, как на керамических подкладках, так и без них. Наиболее эффективна при выполнении заполняющих и облицовочных проходов. По сравнению со сплошной проволокой обеспечивает повышение производительности процесса, улучшение качества шва, незначительное набрызгивание, меньшее выделение сварочного аэрозоля.
[C: 0.06; Si: 0.4; Mn: 1.4; S: <0.02; P: <0.02; ]
FCWw-TMW1
Т 35 A Z N3
Ø1,0-2,8
460-55033016+20°: 40Welding of low-carbon structural steels in flat position mainly at erection works and in open-air workshops. The wire is recommended for welding of metal more than 5 mm thick. The welding of metal covered with a scale and small amounts of rust is tolerated. Recovery of geometric shape of steel casted parts (20L, 30L steel grades).
[C: 0.08; Si: 0.1; Mn: 0.8; S: ≤0.035; P: ≤0.035; ]
FCWw-TMW2
Т 42 0 P C3
E710-1C
Ø1,6
56044016+20°: ≥60; :  ≥35Welding, weld cladding of bathes for hot zinc-plating. The welds have high resistance to the dissolution in molten zinc.
[C: 0.07; Si: 0.08; Mn: 0.4; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; ]
FCWw-TMW210
Т Z P N 3
Ø2,0–2,6
620-660370-39022-30+20°: 110; -20°:  60; -40°: 45Multi-pass welding of different purpose metal structures made of low-carbon and carbon steels in conditions of open-air sites. The temperature of parts to be welded should not exceed 200 °C. The welding should be performed providing minimal heat input. The use of concomitant (ancillary, auxiliary) cooling is effective.
[C: 0.09; Si: 0.24; Mn: 17.5; Cr: 9.5; S: 0.003; P: 0.015; Ti: 0.08; ]
FCWw-TMW29
Т 42 3 R С1
Ø1,2-2,5
49042022+20°: ≥80; -40°: ≥35Welding of low-carbon steels and middle strength steels, the ship-building steels including, in flat position as well as horizontal joints at vertical plane. Small amount of welding slag and easiness of its removal enable to obtain high quality multi-pass welds, requiring no interpass slag removal, when welding metal of large thickness. The wire provides higher welding productivity at the expense of higher welding speed. It provides good appearance weld surface. Areas of application include ship-building, mechanical engineering, metal structure works, transport and hosting machine building.
[C: 0.08; Si: 0.3; Mn: 1.3; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; ]
FCWw-TMW3
Т 38 2 W N3
Ø1,6-2,4
500-59038020+20°: ≥80; -20°:  ≥35Welding of building metal structures, technological tanks, sub-assemblies of agricultural machines at erection works and in open-air workshops. Repair welding and surfacing of mining equipment, sub-assemblies of railway transport rollingstock etc. Welding is carried out using open arc at direct current straight polarity.
[C: 0.1; Si: 0.08; Mn: 1.1; Ni: 0.6; Al: 0.6; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; Ti: 0.2; ]
FCWw-TMW6
Т 42 2 W N3
E70T-1 H8
Ø2,0–3,0
520-66044018+20°: ≥60; :  ≥35Single-pass and multi-pass welding of general purpose steel structures. Recovering of geometric shape of parts made of carbon steels. The wire provides easiness of application in field conditions and at erection works. It is used at mounting and assembling works in field conditions, at construction sites, at railway-carriage repair works as well as when repairing equipment at ore mining and processing enterprises.
[C: 0.08; Si: 0.3; Mn: 1.0; Al: 0.1; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; Ti: 0.2; ]
FCW-TMW7
Т 42 2 P C1 H10
E71T-1CJ H4
Ø1,2–2,5
490-56044022+20°: ≥120; -20°:  ≥80; -40°: ≥60Welding of low-carbon steels and middle strength steels, the ship-hull steels including. The wire provides all-position welding of structures. When welding vertical joints, the rapid-hardening slag retains the welding pool at productivity of the process. The welding of vertical joints is possible both using “upwards” and “downwards" methods. Areas of application include ship-building, mechanical engineering, metal structure works, transport and hosting machine building.
[C: 0.05; Si: 0.4; Mn: 1.4; S: ≤0.03; P: ≤0.03; ]
FCWw-TMW8
Т 38 0 P C1
E71T-1C H4
Ø1,2–2,4
55045020+20°: ≥100; -20°:  ≥80; -30°: ≥50Welding of low-carbon steels and middle strength steels, the ship-building steels including, in flat position as well as horizontal joints at vertical plane. Small amount of welding slag and easiness of its removal enable to obtain high quality multi-pass welds, requiring no interpass slag removal, when welding metal of large thickness. The wire provides higher welding productivity at the expense of higher welding speed. It provides good appearance weld surface. Areas of application include ship-building, mechanical engineering, metal structure works, transport and hosting machine building.
[C: 0.08; Si: 0.3; Mn: 1.2; S: ≤0.035; P: ≤0.035; ]

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