What is 308L 16 welding rod used for?
Type 308L-16 is used extensively for welding of chemical plant equipment and may be used successfully for welding types 321 and 347 steel grades. E308L-16 minimizes the formation of chromium carbides in the weld metal.
What is 309L 16 welding rod?
Arcaloy 309L-16 is used for welding carbon and low alloy steels to stainless steels. This can be done provided the service temperature does not exceed about 700°F (370°C). Post weld heat treatment should only be performed after due consideration.
What is E309L?
E309L-16. Characteristics and typical fields of application. Electrode designed for dissimilar welding between stainless steel and mild steel or low alloy steels. The electrode provides good all-round weldability with smooth bead surface.
What E308 16?
E308-16 is designed for welding of the following 18-8 stainless steel types: 301, 302, 304 and 308. The weld deposit has the proper chemical content and balance for satisfactory welding of type 308, and therefore is suitable for welding 18-8 types of lower alloy content.
What does 308L stand for?
Introduction. Grade 308L stainless steel is a low carbon version of grade 308. It is particularly used to perform submerged arc welding of grade 304 stainless steel. It can also be used for welding the stabilized grades 321 and 347 in non-corrosive conditions.
What is 309L welding rod?
Overview. 309L is an austenitic stainless steel used to weld base metal of similar composition and 300. Series stainless to carbon or low alloy steels, and also the low carbon grades of stainless.
What kind of electrode is an E 308L 16?
E308/308L-16 is an extra low carbon electrode for the welding of type 304L, 321, and 347 stainless steels. The controlled ferrite in the weld deposit gives excellent notch toughness at cryogenic temperatures.
When would you use a 308 welding rod?
ER308L (including ER308LSi) is predominately used on austenitic stainless steels, such as types 301, 302, 304, 305 and cast alloys CF-8 and CF-3. For high temperature applications such as in the electrical power industry, the high carbon 308H electrode provides better creep resistance than does 308L.
What is the difference between 308 and 308L?
ER308/308L is used for welding types 304, 304L, 308, and 308L stainless steels. It is very similar to type 308 but has a carbon content held to a max of . 03% to avoid carbide precipitation. This product can also be used for welding types 321 and 347 stainless steels.