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Catalogue excerpts

Solutions for Welding Alloys Welding Consumables

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VDM Metals welding consumables VDM Metals USA, LLC 306 Columbia Turnpike Florham Park, NJ 07932 USA VDM Metals international GmbH Plettenberger StraGe 2 58791 Werdohl Germany Sales    Sales oilgas.vdm@vdm-metals.com    vdmusasales@vdm-metals.com Service Center servicecenter.vdm@vdm-metals.com

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Published: June 2016 This issue replaces the last issue of October 2015.

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Core Wire Process descriptions

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The high-quality filler materials from VDM Metals are g enerally highly ­ compatible with all standard welding processes. You will find example­ welding processes/parameters as well as additional information in the detailed descriptions that are provided for each welding material

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VDM Metals welding consumables Filler materials and welding strips for various requirements: • Corrosion-resistant alloys, e. g. VDM® FM 59, some of which have a high alloy content of molybdenum • Alloys for high-temperature applications: for instance, VDM® FM 82 • Super alloys: for instance VDM® FM 617 B, some of which have a high alloy content of molybdenum and cobalt Product forms: • Wire electrodes and welding wire in diameters of 0.6 to 3.2 mm (0.024 to 0.126 in) • Welding rods in diameters from 1.6 to 4 mm (0.063 to 0.157 in) • Core wire in diameters from 2 to 5 mm (0.079 to 0.197 in) •...

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Safety instructions and storage advice Welding fumes and g ases ­ c a n b e d a n g e ro u s t o health and can ­ amage d the lungs and other organs ­ Arc radiation can damage your eyes and burn your skin Ensure adequate ventilation and extraction Wear suitable eye, head, hand and body protection Danger! Risk of fatal injury through electric shock Read and observe the manufacturer’ instructions, your employer’s safety instructions and any available nationally published safety guidelines Filler materials are to be stored in a dry and clean location – this a pplies ­ e ­ specially to all filler...

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02 Delivery forms and dimensions

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Delivery forms and dimensions Spools and toroidal coil Spools and toroidal coil acc. to DIN EN ISO 544 (DIN 8559) Dimensions stated in mm (inches) - all dimensions are nominal dimensions Type    Model

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13 Material Our acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) spools are available in the color black. Larger spools made of metal or wood are also available. Ring spools of polystyrene (PS) are available in the color blue. Tolerances All of the measurements and weights provided are guide values; s tandard ­ commercial tolerances and deviations are to be expected.

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Delivery forms and dimensions Spools acc. to nach DIN EN ISO 544 (DIN 8559) Dimensions stated in mm (inches) - all dimensions are nominal dimensions Basket toroidal coil Basket toroidal coil Basket coil

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Tolerances All of the measurements and weights provided are guide values; standard commercial tolerances and deviations are to be expected.

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Drums for welding wire Dimensions stated in mm (inches) - all dimensions are nominal dimensions Capacity (Wire) in kg (lbs) max. 250 < 1.2 max. 551    < 0.05 Angle Width Length Hight Tolerances All of the measurements and weights provided are guide values; standard commercial tolerances and deviations are to be expected. * Drums with inspection glass ** Drums with inspection glass and head with transport handles

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Delivery forms and dimensions Tubes for welding rods W1 d1 L1 Tubes for welding rods Dimensions stated in mm (inches) – all dimensions are nominal dimensions Tolerances All of the measurements and weights provided are guide values; standard commercial tolerances and deviations are to be expected.

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I Strip electrodes and strip for flux cored wire electrodes We offer our binary nickel-iron alloys (Ni-Fe) as strips for cored wire electrodes or as strip electrodes. Various Ni contents are available. We are happy to comply with your special requirements. Please contact us. Typical dimensions (flux cored wire electrode): Thickness: 0.2-0.4 mm (0.008-0.016 in) Width:    8-10 mm (0.315-0.394 in) Typical dimensions (strip electrode): Thickness: 0.50 mm (0.020 in) Width:    30-90 mm The following applies for all our alloys: If you do not find the material you require in the tables or the product...

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VDM® FM 31 is a nickel-chromium-iron-molybdenum filler material, designed especially for the homogeneous welding of VDM Alloy 31 in strongly oxidizing chloride- or fluoride-containing acids, e. g. in pickling plants in the titanium and stainless steel industries. It is also suitable for the over-alloyed welding of Cr-Ni-Mo stainless steels. VdTUV    Data sheet no. 06902 Typical chemical composition, values in % Fe_ Ni_ Cr_ Mo    Cu_ N C_ ISO V-notch impact strength (J) (ft-lbs) Mechanical properties at ambient temperature Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation Rp 0.2 (MPa) (Ksi)    Rm (MPa)...

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Special notes for the welding process A low heat input and fast heat removal must be ensured. The interpass temperature should not exceed 120 °C (248 °F). No preheating or reheating is required to achieve the weld metal properties. The delta ferrite content of the weld metal should amount to < 3 %. Example welding processes and parameters for homogeneous seam welding in Position 1G Welding process as per ISO 4063 Welding parameters U (V)    I (A)    V (cm/min) from approx. 8 mm (0.315 in) work piece thickness I1, R1    « 25    180-220    26-30 up to approx. 8 mm (0.315 in) work piece thickness

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R20033 (UNS) • 1.4591 (Material No.) VDM® FM 33 is a nickel-chromium-iron-molybdenum filler material that has been developed especially for welding VDM® Alloy 33. It possesses outstanding corrosion resistance in oxidizing acids and hot caustic soda and is used for corrosion-resistant weld cladding in large combustion plants. VdTUV    Data sheet no. 07528 Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation Rm (MPa) (Ksi)    A5 (%) ISO V-notch impact strength (J) (ft-lbs) Applications Filler material for the welding of VDM® Alloy 33. Also suitable for weld claddings of boiler tubes and tube walls in power...

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