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Bohler Welding

Wholesale Distributor of a wide range of products which include Submerged Arc Welding Service, Bohler Welding Service, Stick Electrode, TIG Rods (GTAW), MIG Welding Wire and OK 67.43 Electrode.

Submerged Arc Welding Service
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Submerged-arc welding requires a metallic filler metal (wire) and a non-metallic consumable, the welding flux. The welding flux has a very large effect on the welding result. It has a significant effect on weld appearance and slag detachability as a result of the melting characteristics and various physical properties such as viscosity, surface tension, density, thermal expansion and electrical conductivity. There is also a significant effect on the chemical composition of the weld metal and in turn on its mechanical property values resulting from the metallurgical reaction of the welding flux.

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We supply a wide range of Bohler Welding Service. Our range includes cast iron, dissimilar steel joining and hard-facing welding electrodes.

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Stick Electrode
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Stick Electrode

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In manual metal arc welding using coated stick electrodes, the coating assumes the function of a protective gas shield on one hand and of forming a slag on the other, thereby protecting the metal droplets transferred and the weld metal in turn against contact with atmospheric oxygen. Further functions of the coating are de-oxidation of the weld metal, increasing the metal recovery, offsetting burn-off and ensuring good flow behaviour. In practical use there are three significant types of coating: rutile, basic and cellulose coated stick electrodes as well as mixtures of these.

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TIG Rods (GTAW)
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Gas Shielded Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG-Process)

In TIG welding an arc burning under the protection of an inert gas is used as the heat source.Pure tungsten rods or tungsten rods alloyed with cerium or thorium are used as the electrode. The shielding gas consists of argon, helium or argon and helium mixtures with a minimum purity of 99.95 %. In this case the shielding gas fulfils several functions. It protects the highly heated tungsten electrode against oxidation by atmospheric oxygen, cools it down and enables the formation of a stable arc. At the same time the liquid weld pool and the filler wire burning off are also shielded from the ambient air. During TIG welding the filler metal is introduced into the arc laterally at zero current. Rods approximately 1 m in length are used as filler metals for manual welding and wires coiled onto rolls are used for mechanised TIG welding. C-Mn steels as well as low-alloy and high-alloy steels are welded almost exclusively with direct current and the negative pole on the electrode. From the following table it is possible to determine how high the load on the tungsten electrodes can be depending on diameter:

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MIG Welding Wire
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MIG Welding Wire

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The MIG/MAG process is a mechanised gas-shielded weld in which a metal arc burns under shielding gas between the wire electrode carrying the current and the workpiece. The wire, which melts

off in its own arc, is fed mechanically by a roller and serves as the electrode.

Argon, helium or mixtures of these gases are used as shielding gases in the MIG process. Shielding gases of argon with the addition of oxygen, helium with the addition of oxygen, carbon

dioxide (CO2) or mixtures of the gases mentioned are used in the MAG process. The shielding gas promotes the creation of a stable arc and protects the molten weld pool from coming into contact

with the atmospheric air. The addition of oxygen to the shielding gases reduces the surface Tension of the weld pool and leads to the formation of a flatter weld surface with good transitions to the

weld edges. The transfer of metal in the arc also becomes finer.

 

Excessive alloying of the wire electrodes equalises the burn-off of the alloying elements which occurs. It is imperative that the welding area is free from draughts. At high welding speeds and

rapid oscillation care must be taken to ensure complete shielding of the molten weld pool by using appropriate quantities of shielding gas and nozzle shapes.

 

Only direct current converters or rectifiers come into question as power sources with the positive pole mainly on the electrode. Although welding with the negative pole increases the metal deposition

efficiency, droplet transfer is higher and the arc less steady. Welding is termed spray-arc and short-arc depending on the intensity of the arc voltage.

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OK 67.43 Electrode
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OK 67.43 Electrode

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OK 67.43 is an austentitic, stainless steel, AC/DC electrode, which deposits a weld metal with a small amount of uniformly distributed ferrite. The tough weld metal has excellent crack resistance, even when welding steels with very poor weldability. Suitable for welding 13Mn steels and steels of this kind to other steels.

Classifications:
EN 14700, E Fe10, EN ISO 3581-A, E 18 8 Mn R 1 2, SFA/AWS A5.4, (E307-16), Werkstoffnummer, 1.4370
Approvals: CE, EN 13479, DB, 30.039.07, VdTÜV, 06797

Approvals are based on factory location. Please contact ESAB for more information.


Alloy Type: Austenitic. CrNiMn
Coating Type: Rutile Basic
Welding Current: AC, DC+
Typical Weld Metal Analysis %
Ferrite FNNiSiCMnCrN
0 %9.1 %0.8 %0.08 %5.4 %18.4 %0.08 %

Typical Charpy V-Notch Properties
ISO As welded
Impact ValueTesting Temperature
59 ft-lb68 °F
38 ft-lb-76 °F

Typical Tensile Properties
ISO As welded
ElongationTensile StrengthYield Strength
35 %91 ksi64 ksi

Deposition Data
DiameterBurn-off Time/ElectrodeCurrentDeposition RateNumber of Electrodes/Weld MetalVoltageWeld Metal/Electrodes Weight
3/16 x 18 in.
5.0 x 450 mm
86 hr130-210 A6.2 lb/h
2.8 kg/h
1724 V1.3 lb
0.60 kg
3/32 x 12 in.
2.5 x 300 mm
46 hr60-80 A1.8 lb/h
0.8 kg/h
10622 V1.1 lb
0.51 kg
1/8 x 14 in.
3.2 x 350 mm
54 hr90-115 A2.9 lb/h
1.3 kg/h
5723 V1.2 lb
0.54 kg
5/32 x 14 in.
4.0 x 350 mm
61 hr100-150 A3.7 lb/h
1.7 kg/h
3523 V1.2 lb
0.56 kg

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Bohler Welding Services
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Bohler Welding Services

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We are the foremost entity of quality approved range of Bohler Welding at marginal rates.

Specifications:

  • It is available in moisture resistant and hermetically sealed packs
  • Brand name: Bohler
  • Usage: Construction industries

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Bohler Welding Electrodes
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We are engaged to supply Bohler Welding Electrodes . Our entire range of special welding electrodes is sourced from the best manufacturers.

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Bohler Welding Equipment
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Our valuable customers can avail from us a large collection of Welding Electrodes within the stipulated frame of time. These products are designed from high-quality components.

Thousands of top products for your special application for joint welding, unalloyed / low alloyed to maximum alloyed products of top quality used internationally. BÖHLER offers demanding users a complete range of welding consumables for joint welding, including most weldable metal grades and welding processes. 

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