By T M Mustaleski; Rakesh Gupta; Rosalinda O'Neill; American Welding Society
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18M:2005, Speciﬁcation for Carbon Steel Electrodes and Rods for Gas Shielded Arc Welding. 2 Introduction. The purpose of this guide is to correlate the electrode and rod classiﬁcations with their intended applications so that the speciﬁcation can be used effectively. Reference to appropriate base metal speciﬁcations is made whenever that can be done and when it would be helpful. Such references are intended only as examples rather than complete listings of the materials for which each ﬁller metal is suitable.
They are especially suited for sheet metal applications, where smooth weld beads are desired, and structural and plate steels that have moderate amounts of rust or mill scale. 32 Class SG-AC-Y). 32 speciﬁcation. Typical base metal speciﬁcations are often the same as those for the ER70S-2 [ER48S-2] classiﬁcation. 5 ER70S-7 [ER48S-7]. Electrodes and rods of the ER70S-7 [ER48S-7] classiﬁcation are intended for single- and multiple-pass welding. They may permit welding with higher travel speeds compared with ER70S-3 ﬁller metals.
32 Class SG-AC-Y). 32 speciﬁcation. Typical base metal speciﬁcations are often the same as those for the ER70S-2 [ER48S-2] classiﬁcations. 6 ER70S-G [ER48S-G] and E70C-G [E48C-G]. Electrodes and rods of the ER70S-G [ER48S-G] and electrodes of the E70C-G [E48C-G] classiﬁcations are those ﬁller metals not included in the preceding classes and for which only certain mechanical property requirements are speciﬁed. 32 Class SG-AC-Y, where Y is 20 to 25) as shown by the “C” or “M” sufﬁx. Absence of the C or M sufﬁx means that the shielding gas used for testing was not one of the above AWS classes and the electrode manufacturer should be consulted for the recommended shielding gas to be used.
American Welding Society (AWS) user's guide to filler metals by T M Mustaleski; Rakesh Gupta; Rosalinda O'Neill; American Welding Society