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Welding Brochure

PDF Datasheet Welding Overview
PDF Datasheet Welding Brochure
Ampco-Trode Selection Chart AMPCO-TRODE® Selection Chart
 
Datasheet
AMPCO-TRODE 7 AMPCO-TRODE® 7
AMPCO-TRODE 8N AMPCO-TRODE® 8N NEW!
AMPCO-TRODE 10 AMPCO-TRODE® 10
AMPCO-TRODE 40 AMPCO-TRODE® 40
AMPCO-TRODE 46 AMPCO-TRODE® 46
AMPCO-TRODE 150 AMPCO-TRODE® 150
AMPCO-TRODE 160 AMPCO-TRODE® 160
AMPCO-TRODE 200 AMPCO-TRODE® 200
AMPCO-TRODE 250 AMPCO-TRODE® 250 NEW!
AMPCO-TRODE 300 AMPCO-TRODE® 300 NEW!
AMPCO-CORE 200 AMPCO-CORE® 200
AMPCO-CORE 250 AMPCO-CORE® 250
AMPCO-CORE 250S AMPCO-CORE® 250S NEW!
AMPCO-CORE 300 AMPCO-CORE® 300
AMPCO-TRODE 940 AMPCO-TRODE® 940
AMPCO-TRODE 940 Laser NEW! AMPCO-TRODE® 940 Laser NEW!
COPR-TRODE COPR-TRODE®
SIL-TRODE SIL-TRODE®
 
ABS Certification
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) certificate for AMPCO-TRODE® 10, 40 and 46 American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) certificate for AMPCO-TRODE® 10, 40 and 46
 
Material Safety Data Sheet
Material Safety Data Sheet Covered welding electrodes
 
Welding Recommendations
Sil-Trode AMPCO-CORE®
  For additional information concerning our AMPCO-CORE® 200, 250 and 300, please contact: welding@ampcometal.com
 
 
 
Welding Procedure
AMPCO 18 AMPCO® 18
Sil-Trode Cast Iron
 
Welding Process
Gas Metal-Arc Welding Gas Metal-Arc Welding
Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding
Shielded Metal-Arc Welding Shielded Metal-Arc Welding
 
Welding Application
Thermal Spray with AT10 wire Thermal Spray with AMPCO-TRODE® 10 wire
Surfacing and Overlaying Surfacing and Overlaying
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Description

AMPCO METAL offers a full range of aluminum bronze and other copper base arc welding alloys that are suited for a wide range of applications.  AMPCO-TRODE® 10 (AWS Class ERCuAl-A2, ECuAl-A2) is the most versatile welding filler metal in our entire family of aluminum bronze alloys.  This alloy is used for joining, surfacing for a bearing or wear surface, surfacing for corrosion resistance, joining dissimilar metals, and for maintenance and repair.

Aluminum bronze alloys AMPCO-TRODE® 7, 10, 150, 160 are recommended for welding aluminum bronze of similar composition, and for surfacing for bearing surfaces on steel for metal to metal wear.  These alloys produce a deposit with an average hardness of 125 through 166 Brinell respectively.  They are available in MIG spooled wire, TIG filler rod and coated electrodes.

AMPCO-TRODE® 40 is a manganese-nickel-aluminum bronze alloy and AMPCO-TRODE® 46 is a nickel-aluminum bronze alloy available in MIG spooled wire, TIG filler rod and coated electrodes.  These alloys produce deposits of high strength and are used for welding ship propellers, turbine runners, cast nickel-aluminum bronze ship fittings and pump housings.  Their principle attribute is for applications where high resistance to corrosion, erosion and cavitation is essential.

For applications that require resistance to wear or for very high metal to metal wear hardness requirements, AMPCO-CORE® 200, 250, & 300 will produce deposits with an average hardness of 183 – 364 Brinell respectively.  AMPCO-CORE® is a flux core MIG wire.  They are ideal for rebuilding aluminum bronze dies or fabricating ferrous dies used for forming or drawing low carbon, aluminum, titanium and stainless steel.  Dies made of hard aluminum bronze have surprising freedom from scratching, galling, seizing and last longer than steel dies.

COPR-TRODE® is a deoxidized copper alloy developed to provide dense, high quality deposits with relatively high (40% IACS) electrical conductivity.  With the inert gas welding processes, COPR-TRODE® is preferred for fabricating deoxidized copper and repair welding of copper castings.  It may also be used to weld galvanized steel and deoxidized copper to steel where high strength joints are not required and to overlay surfaces to resist corrosion. 

 

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