A basic, graphite coated AC/DC electrode for the higher strength welding of cast irons. It is characterised by a soft, smooth arc with low penetration and spatter levels on both AC and DC power sources.
Ease of striking is a feature of Supercast Ni/Fe. This electrode is made from a Nickel-Iron core wire and produces a ductile, machineable weld deposit with the extra strength required for welding SG (Spheroidal Graphite) irons.
For repair and build-up of SG irons and all standard grades of grey cast iron, malleable iron, austenitic cast iron and some grades of meehanite cast iron. Also suited to welding these cast irons to steel.
- Some Grades of Meehanite Cast IronSG IronsRepair and Build-UpMalleable IronGrey Cast Iron
- Austenitic Cast Iron
- AWS A5.15: ENiFe-Cl
Typical All Weld Metal Chemical Analysis
- C: 1.0
- Mn: 0.42
- Ni: 58.0
- S: 0.009
- Fe: Bal
Typical All Weld Metal Mechanical Analysis
- Yield Strength: 300 Mpa
- Tensile Strength: 500 MPa
- Deposit Hardness: 200 - 220 HV (30)