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H08MnA EM12K Submerged Arc Welding Wire

Model No. : H08MnA EM12K

Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08MnA EM12K Used for welding carbon steel and low alloy steel structures of relevant strength grade. Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08MnA EM12K Submerged arc welding wire has excellent welding and...

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EM12 Submerged Arc Welding Wire

Model No. : H08MnA EM12

Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08MnA EM12 Tie in with the flux intensity for carbon steel and low-level steel such as 16Mn alloy steel manufacturing,suchu as boilers,pressure vessels ot the submerged arc welding. Carbon Steel Submerged Arc...

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H10Mn2 Arc Welding Wire

Model No. : H10Mn2 EH14

Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H10Mn2 EH14 Used for automatically submerged arc welding mild steel and low alloy steel such as 16Mn,14MnNb steel structures. SUBMERGED ARC WELDING WIRE Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H10Mn2 EH14...

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H08A Submerged Arc Welding Wire

Model No. : H08A EL8

Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08A EL8 Used for welding carbon steel or low alloy ateel structure. SUBMERGED ARC WELDING WIRE Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08A EL8 Submerged arc welding wire has excellent welding and mechanical...

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Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08Mn2SiA

Model No. : H08Mn2SiA

Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08Mn2SiA Used for welding mild steel or low alloy steel structure.With flux Sj101,HJ251. SUBMERGED ARC WELDING WIRE Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire H08Mn2SiA Submerged arc welding wire has excellent...

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Carbon Steel Submerged Arc Welding Wire

Model No. : H10MnSi EM13K

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Some carbon steel SAW electrodes may not consistently provide weld metal with required minimum strengths when postweld heat treatment (PWHT) is specified, and controlled alloying with Mn and Mo will achieve minimum tensile and maximum hardness limits although, with welds not subject to PWHT, Mn and Mo additions may at times be undesirable for adequate corrosion resistance.

Carbon steel welds exposed to wet hydrogen sulfide service are susceptible to cracking when the weld metal tensile strength and hardness are excessive. Whereas lower strength and softer weld deposits are resistant to wet H2S cracking, such welds may not have adequate tensile strength to satisfy design requirements. This paper provides background information on the subject of tensile strength and resistance to wet H2S cracking of carbon steel sub-merged arc welds obtained from reviewing industrial practices, applicable codes, technical society recommendations and technical literature.

A series of tests was conducted to determine the effect of postweld heat treatment on the strength and hardness of various types of carbon steel submerged arc weld metal. Test results showed that some commonly employed carbon steel submerged arc welding electrodes may not consistently provide weld metal of required minimum tensile strength when post-weld heat treatment is specified.

Further tests indicated that both minimum tensile and maximum hardness limits can be achieved by controlled alloying with both manganese and molybdenum. However, for welds not subject to any postweld heat treatment operation, these alloy additions are not needed to meet the tensile requirements and may at times be undesirable for adequate corrosion resistance.

This paper also discusses the need to modify the present classification system for carbon steel and low alloy submerged arc welding consumables.

Introduction
It seems appropriate that flux electrode combinations selected for sub-merged arc welds should produce weld metal properties that meet the minimum requirements of the base metal to be joined. In the case of pressure vessels fabricated for the petroleum and chemical process industries, tensile strength and corrosion resistance are of primary concern. Of major concern is corrosion in wet hydrogen sulfide environments. There are indications that attempts to achieve optimum tensile strength and corrosion resistance can create a conflict. While high strength weld deposits are more susceptible to wet H2S cracking than lower strength or softer welds, some of the soft weld deposits demanded by the corrosion engineer may not meet minimum tensile strength requirements demanded by the vessel designer.

This paper reviews existing industrial practices, applicable codes, technical society recommendations and other references addressing tensile strength and resistance to wet H2S cracking of carbon steel submerged arc welds. The review is augmented by a series of tests conducted to deter-mine how heat treatment influences these properties. This provided the possibility to better understand some of the welding variables, to optimize material selection and to recommend changes in existing industry standards and recommended practices.

Consumables for Submerged Arc Welding
Submerged arc welding electrodes and fluxes are usually classified on the basis of American Welding Society

Specifications AWS A5.171 and AWS A5.23.2 These documents include chemistry limits for various solid wire electrodes. To complete the designation for the submerged arc welding consumables, fluxes have been classified on the basis of minimum tensile strength and minimum notch ductility when employed in conjunction with specific Welding Wires.

This paper reviews existing industrial practices, applicable codes, technical society recommendations and other references addressing tensile strength and resistance to wet H2S cracking of carbon steel submerged arc welds. The review is augmented by a series of tests conducted to determine how heat treatment influences these properties. This provided the possibility to better understand some of the welding variables, to optimize material selection and to recommend changes in existing industry standards and recommended practices.

Consumables for Submerged Arc Welding
Submerged arc welding electrodes and fluxes are usually classified on the basis of American Welding Society

Specifications AWS A5.171 and AWS A5.23.2 These documents include chemistry limits for various solid wire electrodes. To complete the designation for the submerged arc welding consumables, fluxes have been classified on the basis of minimum tensile strength and minimum notch ductility when employed in conjunction with specific welding wires.

Tensile Strength vs. Corrosion Resistance
It is not the intention of this paper to evaluate or question whether the 200

BHN hardness limit provides optimum protection in a wet H2S environment. However, this paper does question whether the minimum specified tensile strength can be achieved in production without exceeding the chemistry limits recommended by the API and NACE documents.

A summary of many ASME procedure qualifications using double-welded joints shown in Fig. 1 B met both the minimum tensile strength of 70,000 psi (485 MPa) and the maximum hardness requirement of 200 BHN. When required to meet this minimum tensile strength, some fabricators selected EM12K wire electrode and neutral or near neutral flux for "as-welded" and "postweld heat treated" joints.

properties where the base material dilution contributes little to the de-posit chemistry, this paper has subdivided carbon steel fabrication into four basic "applications" (applications # 1 to # 4 in Table 2). These are grouped on the basis of minimum tensile strengths and postweld heat treatment requirements as shown in Table 2. Each of the four applications is reviewed in this paper with special emphasis on application # 4 for which little specific information could be located in the published literature.
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