Specialty Alloys Webinars

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ESAB is a world leader in the production of filler metals. Our innovative, world-renowned equipment and solutions are developed with input from our customers and built with the expertise and heritage of a global manufacturing leader.

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Exaton (formerly Sandvik Welding Operations) specializes in crafting the highest-quality filler metals with unwavering consistency for welding stainless steel and nickel alloys in the most-demanding environments. 

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Topic
Why Can't YOU Weld Stainless Steel?

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What Makes these Duplex Stainless Steels so Good?

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What are Superaustenitic filler metals?

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What you need to know about welding Nickel Alloy filler metals.
How does the microstructure and alloying elements affect the properties of the various grades of nickel alloys? A description of the various grades and their applications and how to weld them.

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What do you know about corrosion and welding?
We will describe the most common types of corrosion in metals; the mechanisms of how they work; how corrosion is measured and tested; material selection to avoid specific types of corrosion for specific applications; how welding affects the corrosion resistance of high alloy metal grades.

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Why should you keep to the recommended welding parameters, Quality Control and record keeping
Is it really necessary to make sure that you keep exactly within the recommended heat input and interpass temperature? Why shouldn't you increase productivity if you can, surely that's got to be a good thing?
In addition to the above we will introduce some of ESAB's digital solutions for quality control and record keeping.

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How to improve MIG/MAG welding of duplex stainless steels
We will present how the unique grade Exaton 22.8.3.LSi improves weldability and increases productivity, particularly with GMAW processes.

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Filler metals for cryogenic applications
We will cover special grades for sub-zero temperatures, including their composition, what makes them different, and what are their applications. We will also discuss the procedures for welding with them.

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The importance of consistent quality and surface finish of filler wire on weld quality. Plus an introduction to ESAB RobustFeed.
How important is the diameter, surface finish, ovality, hardness, etc. of filler wire and how does it affect the quality of a weld? Consistent feeding is essential particularly for automatic processes and this leads on to introduce ESAB’s RobustFeed wire-feeder and how it can improve your productivity.

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Strip overlay cladding – SAW and ESW, what’s the difference?
What do you know about weld overlay using strip electrodes? What deposition rates are achievable? What grades are available? What about dilution? What are the differences between SAW and ESW?

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How to maximise productivity with strip overlay welding
What grades are available that enable single layer overlay to achieve the required chemistry? What are the requirements of the equipment?

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Covered Electrodes in the 21st Century
Covered electrodes have been around a long time, but what has changed in their design and manufacture? What properties are available now that were not available only a few years ago? Do they still have advantages over solid and cored wires? What advancements have there been with arc welding machines?

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Duplex - From Lean to Hyper.
What are duplex stainless steels, why do they have the properties that they have? What is the history of them from lean duplex grades up to the present day hyper duplex grades, what does 'lean' and 'hyper' mean?
How easy are they to weld? What applications are they used for?

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The effect of different post weld cleaning processes on the corrosion resistance of stainless steels.
What are acceptable processes? How much difference does it make to the properties? Can we get away with no post-weld cleaning?

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