Exaton Ni59


Exaton Ni59

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Exaton Ni59 is a nickel-chrome-molybdenum alloy of type alloy 59. It is a versatile alloy with excellent wet corrosion resistance for the most demanding applications. It combines excellent corrosion resistance in oxidizing and reducing media, has excellent resistance in chloride containing media and to localized corrosion environments. Exaton Ni59 has excellent thermal stability compared to other common nickel alloys and has therefore outstanding resistance to intermetallic precipitation during welding. Applications for Exaton Ni59 are found in aggressive and contaminated corrosive media including scrubbers for flue gas desulfurisation (FGD), chemical process plants and in severe offshore and petrochemical environments.

Exaton Ni59 is used for joining matching alloys or dissimilar joining to other nickel alloys such as UNS N10276 (2.4819), type UNS N06022 (2.4602), UNS N06625 (2.4856) and N08825 (2.4858). It provides strong, tough, Nbfree weld metal for dissimilar welds in super-austenitic and super-duplex stainless steel joints or combinations of these with nickel alloys. Exaton Ni59 can be used for surfacing.

Applications for Exaton Ni59 are found in contaminated mineral acid environments such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, nitric acid etc. Components in sulfuric acid coolers, digesters and bleachers. Chemical, petrochemical, marine, pharmaceutical, energy production and pollution control.

Exaton Ni59 is approved in ISO15156/MR0175 (highest test level VII in sour-gas environments).

Exaton Ni59 is used to weld most of the nickel alloys such as alloy 59, C-22, C-276 etc. It can also be used for joining nickel alloys with duplex stainless steels, super duplex stainless steels and hyper duplex stainless steels. It is used for MIG/MAG welding.


Exaton Ni59


Typical Charpy V-Notch Properties

Impact Value Testing Temperature
as welded
130 J (96 ft-lb) -196 degC (-321 degF)
170 J (126 ft-lb) 20 degC (68 degF)

Typical Tensile Properties

ConditionElongationTensile Strength Yield Strength
As Welded45 %750 MPa (109 ksi)470 MPa (68 ksi)

Recommended Welding Parameters

Current Voltage Wire Diameter Wire Feed Speed
150-260 A 24-29 V 1.2 mm (0.047 in.) 3.0-10.0 m/min (118-394 in./min)
230-350 A 25-30 V 1.6 mm (1/16 in.) 3.0-5.0 m/min (118-197 in./min)


Wire Electrode SFA/AWS A5.14 : ERNiCrMo-13
EN ISO 18274 : S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16)
Werkstoffnummer : 2.4605


Approvals CE EN 13479
MV : VdTÜV 09183
Approvals are based on factory location. Please contact ESAB for more information.

Typical Weld Metal Analysis %

Typical Wire Composition %
Al C Co Cr Fe Mn Mo Ni P S Si
0.3 % <=0.01 % <=0.3 % 23 % <=0.5 % <=0.5 % 15.5 % 59 % <=0.015 % <=0.01 % <=0.1 %

Part Numbers and Accessories

Part Numbers : Exaton Ni59