Exaton Ni60 welding wire is suitable for joining nickel-chromium-molybdenum nickel alloys and chromiumnickel-molybdenum steels with very high corrosion resistance in oxidizing, aqueous and high temperature environments such as 6Mo-steels, UNS N06625 (2.4856) and corresponding grades. It is also suitable for joining stainless steels and nickel alloys for high-temperature service.
Exaton Ni60 can also be used for dissimilar joining of stainless steels to nickel alloys, for overlay welding and is available as both wire and rod.
Applications for Exaton Ni60 are found in cryogenics, components subject to high temperature service up to 980°C (1800°F) such as aircraft ducting, engine exhaust systems, power boilers and recovery boilers and a diversity of seawater applications. The combination of strength and corrosion resistance over a wide range of temperatures is utilized in reaction vessels, line pipe distillation columns and heat exchangers. It is used for TIG welding.
Typical Charpy V-Notch Properties
|Impact Value||Testing Temperature|
|100 J (74 ft-lb)||-196 degC (-321 degF)|
|120 J (89 ft-lb)||-40 degC (-40 degF)|
|150 J (111 ft-lb)||20 degC (68 degF)|
Typical Tensile Properties
|Condition||Elongation||Tensile Strength||Yield Strength|
|As Welded||34 %||840 MPa (122 ksi)||650 MPa (94 ksi)|
SFA/AWS A5.14 : ERNiCrMo-3
EN ISO 18274 : S Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb)
Werkstoffnummer : 2.4831
CE EN 13479
|Approvals are based on factory location. Please contact ESAB for more information.|
Typical Weld Metal Analysis %
|Typical Weld Metal Analysis %|
|0.1 %||<=0.03 %||22 %||0.5 %||<=1 %||0.1 %||9 %||-||3.5 %||>=60 %||<=0.015 %||0.010 %||0.15 %||0.2 %|
|Typical Wire Composition %|
|0.1 %||0.02 %||22 %||0.03 %||0.3 %||0.02 %||9 %||3.4 %||3.5 %||65 %||0.003 %||0.002 %||0.1 %||0.2 %|