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Ni-141

AWS/SFA5.11 Class ENi-1 W82141

Washington Alloy 141 is a high nickel content flux-coated electrode designed for welding wrought and cast forms of commercially pure nickel to themselves or to steel. This electrode is commonly used for dissimilar welding applications involving nickel base alloys 200 or 201 to iron base and nickel base alloys. Washington Alloy 141 is excellent for overlaying on steel and for
welding the clad side of nickel clad steel.

APPLICATIONS

Typical applications of Washington Alloy 141 would involve the chemical industry, soda fabrication, fatty acid fabrication, vinyl chloride production, sodium metal silicate production and within the paper industry. Washington Alloy 141 should be considered where high resistance to corrosion and high temperatures is required

TYPICAL WELD METAL CHEMISTRY (%) 

*includes Cobalt (Co)

*NI

92.0 min

C

0.10 max

Mn

0.75 max

Fe

0.75 max

S

0.02 max

Si

1.25 max

Ti

1.0-4.0

Al

1.0 max

Cu

0.25 max

Others

0.50 max

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF WELD METAL (as welded)

Tensile strength (psi)

60,000

Yield strength (psi)

30,000

Elongation in 2" (%)

20 min.

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

 

Sizes

Amperage

3/32 (2.4mm)

65-90 amps

1/8 (3.2mm)

85-130 amps

5/32 (4.0mm)

110-160 amps

3/16 (4.8mm)

170-220 amps

Welding Procedures

*Flat, horizontal, vertical, overhead

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