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Ni-132

AWS/SFA5.11 Class ENiCrFe-1 †AMS 5684

Washington Alloy 132 is a nickel-chromiumiron flux-coated electrode designed primarily for welding Inconel® 600 and Incoloy® 825. Common ASTM base metals that can be joined are ASTM B163, B166, B167 and B168.

APPLICATIONS

Washington Alloy 132 offers corrosion resistance over a wide range of environments ranging from cryogenic temperatures to approximately 1500°F (820°C). This allows Washington Alloy 132 to be used in the chemical and food processing industries as well as for heat exchangers and evaporators. The most common use of this electrode would be for welding the clad side of joints in steel clad with Inconel® 600 and for surfacing steel.

TYPICAL WELD METAL CHEMISTRY (%) 

*includes Tantalum (Ta) 0.30 max

NI

62.0 min.

C

0.08 max

Mn

3.5 max

Fe

11.0 max

S

0.015 max

Si

0.75 max

Cr

13.0-17.0

Cu

.50 max

*Cb

1.5-4.0

P

0.03 max

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF WELD METAL (as welded)

Tensile strength (psi)

80,000

Yield strength (psi)

40,000

Elongation in 2" (%)

30 min.

SIZES AND RECOMMENDED CURRENT RANGES* (AC/DC+)

 

Sizes

Amperage

3/32 (2.4mm)

70-90 amps

1/8 (3.2mm)

100-135 amps

5/32 (4.0mm)

130-135 amps

3/16 (4.8mm)

190-220 amps

Welding Procedures

*Flat, horizontal, vertical, overhead

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