SUBMERGED ARC WELDING WIRES & FLUXES

ELIFLUX BFF
( F7A4-EH12K/F7A4-EM12F7A4-EM12K/ )

This is fluoride-basic agglomerated flux, This flux is suitable for welding high strength low alloy steels, Prefable to use with wire electrodes having higher manganese level, Recommended for multi-pass welding, in particular when there are high toughness requirement, Process req...

ELIFLUX BMS
( F6A0-EM12/F6AZ-EL12 )

A type of SAW flux structured from agglomerated manganese silicate and calcium silicate, Basicity of the flux according to Boniszewski formula is 1.0, Weld beads of excellent surface appearance and with easily removed slags, High resistance to porosity caused by oil and rust, Hig...

ELIFLUX BSS-A
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A type of fluoride basic flux for SAW, General use in submerged welding of stainless steel materials, Very high corrosion resistance, Very good mechanical properties, Formation of easily-removable slags, Requirement of re-drying at 300-350°C for 2 hours

ELIFLUX BSS-D
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A type of fluoride basic flux for SAW. General use in submerged welding of stainless steel materials, The corrosion resistance and mechanical properties are good, Formation of easily-removable slags, Requirement of re-drying at 250°C - 350°C for 2 hours

ELIFLUX BSS-F
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Non-alloyed, fluoride - basic agglomerated flux, Used in hardfacing cladding for ferritic stainless steel with SUBCOR 430, SUBCOR 41 NiMo-LH, SUBCOR 41 NiMo-MH. Also suitable for joint welding, AII the properties of the wire is transferred to weld pool. Hardness will very depen...

ELIFLUX 350
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A type of SAW flux structured from agglomerated fluoride basic., This submerged arc welding powder and wire specification is used for hardfacing of steels, Requirement of re-drying at 250°C - 350°C for 2 hours