Aluminium Filler Wire Manufacturers, Suppliers And Exporter
Aluminium Filler Wire : Although many metals are TIG welded, the metal most frequently associated with the process is aluminum, especially with metals of a smaller thickness. Many other processes, of course, can join aluminum, but in the lighter gauges the most applicable process is TIG. The popularity of aluminum in automotive applications has brought TIG welding to a new golden age. Mechanically strong and visually appealing, TIG welding is the number one process chosen by professional welders for professional racing teams, and the avid auto enthusiast or hobbyist.
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|Typical Analiysis of Filler Wire||Typical All Weld Mechanical Properties||Applications|
|as welded brinnel hardness|
|–||–||For welding 3003,3004,5052,6061, 6063 and casting alloys 43, 355, 356 and 214.|
|0.15 max||0.80 max||0.10||0.30 max||–||190
|–||–||For welding 1060, 1350, 3003, 3004, 3005, 5005, 5050, 6053, 6061, 6951, 7005and cast alloys 710.0 and 711.0. Provides good corrossion resestance.|
|ER5356||Bal.||0.25||0.05-0.20||0.40 max||4.5-5.5||0.10 max||–||26
|–||–||For welding 5050, 5052, 5083, 5356, 5454, 5456. Provides much better corrossion resistance to salt water.|
|ER1100||99 min.||Fe&Si 0.95 max||0.50 max||Fe&Si0.95||–||0.05-0.20||–||93
|–||–||For architectural or decorative application. For welding 1100, 3003, 3003 to 1060, to 1080, to 1350.|
|ER5183||Bal||0040||0.50-1.0||0.40||4.3-5.2||0.10||–||It is most frequently used on 5083 base plate. It is also used to weld 6061, 6063, 5086, 7005 and 7039 alloys|