SJ101G Agglomerated SAW Flux
GB/T 12470 f48a4-h10mn2 f4ba2-h08mna
AWS A5.17 f7a4-eh14 f7a2-em12k
Fluoride-basic type agglomerated flux
Basicity index: 1.6
Grain size: 10-40 mesh
Density: 1. 2-1. 25g/cm3
Polarity: DCEP or AC
This flux is alkaline flux, which belongs to the metallurgy neutral; it hardly increases Si and Mn on weld bead
The input has a good impact toughness welding conditions in high fever, applied to single or double wire welding
The flux has excellent welding performance excellent slag removal, and good beaf appearance
Pressure equipment, X70, X80 grade pipeline steel welding, such as with the HO8MNMOA can be used for the welding of X70 pipeline steel
Other high strength low alloy steel such as boiler,bridges, ships and wind power generation and application of welding
Flux must be re-dried at 300-350 C(572-662"F)for 60 mins before welding
Remove all rust, scale, paint and etc. so as to obtain excellent weld metal
In the multilayer welding, groove welding of backing welding demand low welding current and speed
Adding new flux regularly in order to avoid causing welding defect and bad welding bead appearance when using flux again
25 Kg/bag. 25 Kg/buckel, 400 Kg/ton bag
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