SIDERINOX 309/LC (E309L -16 Calcium-Rutile Welding  Elettrode)

SIDERINOX 309/LC (E309L -16 Calcium-Rutile Welding Elettrode)

SIDERINOX 309LC is an all position welding electrode designed to run on direct current, reversed polarity as well as alternating current.
The SIDERINOX electrode is used for welding similar alloys in wrought or cast form, dissimilar metals (such as joining Type 304 to carbon steel) and the clad side of Type 304 clad steels.
The low carbon content of the weld metal lowers the risk of intergranular corrosion by reducing the possibility of carbide precipitation at the grain boundary.
This electrode can be used to join dissimilar metals for service temperatures up to 600°F and metals of 309 and 309L composition.
SIDERINOX 309/309L-16 can also be used to join stainless steels to themselves or to carbon or low alloy steels.
APPLICATIONS: Siderinox 309LC is generally used to weld dissimilar joints, clad steels, hardenable steels and as a buffer layer prior to surfacing.

Supplied in diameters: 2.0 - 2.5 - 3.25 - 4.0 mm.
(This item is subject to Industry Alloy Surcharges)

Typical Mechanical Properties:
Tensile Strength: 580 MPa
Yeld point: 460 MPa
Elongation: 35%

Typical Chemical Composition %
C 0.03, Cr 23.0, Ni 12.0, Mo -, Mn 0.80, Si 0.80
AWS A-5.4 E309L-16 (UNS W30913)
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