Product  
     
 
MIG/CO2 Wires   SAW  FLUX
 
STANDARD                    CLASSIFICATION
AWS SFA 5.18            ER 70 S6
EN440                        G3 Si 1

Description
AV MIG- 1 is a copper coated steel wire for MIG Welding suited forgeneral purpose, automatic and semi automatic applications. It is a manganese silicon wire for GMAW with 80% Argon – 20% CO2 mixture or CO2 as shielding gas. It is an all position welding wire for Pressure Vessels, Structural steel, Automobile industry, Ship Building industry etc and produces low hydrogen and radiographic quality welds.
Chemical Composition of Welding Wire %(Typical)
C   0.1max   Si   0.8-1.10   Mn   1.4-1.6
Typical WELD METAL properties
CHEMICAL
COMPOSITION (%)
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Wire Mn   Si   Yield
Strength
(N/mm2)
Tensile
Strength
(N/mm2)
 Elongation
(%)
 Impact
Values
AV MIG-1 0.08  1.50 0.85 450 560 25
J Temp
(C)
40 -30
Packing data    
Dia(mm)                       Weight(Kg)
0.8-1.2                        15/12.5
Packing Type : Layered Spool/Non layered Spool
 
SAW  WIRE
  STANDARD              CLASSIFICATION
AWS SFA 5.17               EL- 8

  Description  
  AV-1 is a copper coated EQ grade steel wire for Submerged Arc Welding ( SAW ) of mild and medium carbon structural steel. This grade of wire is widely used in welding of LPG cylinders, steel pipes and structures.  
  Chemical Composition of Welding Wire (%)  
 
 Wire Grade     C   Mn    Si     S  P  Cu
EL 8 0.10 max  0.25/ 0.60 0.07 max 0.03 max 0.03 max  0.35 max
 
  Packing data      
  Dia 2.00 mm                        Weight 25 kg Rim.
Dia 2.50 -5.00 mm               Weight 25 kg Rim & 250/500 kg Drum
 
  Approval : BHEL  
  STANDARD             CLASSIFICATION
AWS SFA 5.17               EM- 12K
 
  Description  
 

AV-2 is a medium manganese alloyed copper coated wire for Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) and Electroslag Welding of medium and high tensile steel. It contributes to high impact values of weld metal, when combined with flux like AV EZEWeld Flux 17L.

 
  Chemical Composition of Welding Wire (%)  
 
 Wire Grade     C   Mn    Si     S  P  Cu
EM12K  0.05/ 0.15  0.80/ 1.25 0.10/ 0.35 0.03  max 0.03  max  0.35  max
 
     
  Packing data       
  Dia 2.00 mm               Weight 25 kg Rim.
Dia 2.50 -5.00 mm      Weight 25 kg Rim & 250/500 kg Dru

 
  Approval : BHEL  

  STANDARD            CLASSIFICATION
AWS SFA 5.17               EL- 14

 
  Description  
 

AV-3 is a copper coated manganese alloyed Submerged Arc Welding ( SAW ) wire for welding of medium and high tensile steel.

 
  Chemical Composition of Welding Wire (%)  
 
 Wire Grade     C   Mn    Si     S  P  Cu
EL 14 0.10/ 0.20 1.70/ 2.20 0.10 max 0.03 max 0.03 max  0.35 max
 
  Packing data    
  Dia 2.00 mm                        Weight 25 kg Rim.
Dia 2.50 -5.00 mm               Weight 25 kg Rim & 250/500 kg Drum
 
  Approval : BHEL  

  STANDARD             CLASSIFICATION
AWS SFA 5.17               EA-2

 
  Description  
 

AV-4 is used for Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) and Electroslag Welding of unalloyed and low alloy steel with impact requirements higher than those obtainable with mild steel filler wires. Also suitable for multi run techniques. Dia 2.00

 
  Chemical Composition of Welding Wire (%)  
 
Wire Grade    Mn   Si    S P Mo Cu
EA-2         0.05/ 0.17 0.95/ 1.35 0.20 max  0.025 max 0.025 max 0.45/ 0.60 0.35 max
 
  Packing data       
  Dia 2.00 mm                        Weight 25 kg Rim.
Dia 2.50 -5.00 mm               Weight 25 kg Rim & 250/500 kg Drum
 
  Approval : BHEL  

  STANDARD           CLASSIFICATION
AWS SFA 5.17               EH-10K
 
  Description  
 

AV-5 is used for Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) and Electroslag Welding application in ship building, structural steel job and pressure vessels fabrication with very good low temperature impact properties.

 
  Chemical Composition of Welding Wire (%)  
 
Wire Grade    Mn   Si    S P Cu
EM10K 0.07/ 0.15 1.30/ 1.70  0.05/ 0.25 0.025 max 0.025 max 0.35 max
 
  Packing data    
  Dia 2.00 mm                        Weight 25 kg Rim.
Dia 2.50 -5.00 mm               Weight 25 kg Rim & 250/500 kg Drum.

 
  Approval : BHEL  

We offer customised products and tailor-made solutions for your specific needs for welding wires.

   
 
   
 

AV EZEWELD FLUX GR 1 - SAW FLUX (Fused)

 

CLASSIFICATION                         SPECIFICATION
Flux & Wire                                  ASME SFA 5.17
AV EZEweld Flux GR 1/ EL-8          AWS A 5.17-F7AZ/ F7PZ-EL-8

 
  Description  
 

AV EZWeld Flux GR 1 is a manganese silicate neutral FUSED flux suitable for submerged arc welding for HARD FACING applications with excellent welding characteristics using EL-8 / SA-12 wires. This wire and flux combination provides uniform and good bead shape and excellent surface condition. The slag removal is very easy and in most cases self peeling. It has good resistance to scale or dirty plates. Moisture pick up is minimal.

 
 

Typical Application

 
 

A V EZWeld Flux GR 1 can be used for all types of general applications viz. Railway Wheels and Wagons; Boilers and Pressure Vessels; LPG Cylinders; Bridges and Ship building; etc., Excellent wear resistance properties are obtained when used with EL-8/SA-12 wire on Railway Wheels. It is specially suitable for MULTILAYER welding

 
 

Basicity Index 1.0
Typical All Weld Metal Chemical & Mechanical Properties EL 8

 
 

    CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (%)

AV    EZEWELD Flux 17L

C

Mn

Si

S

P

EL-8

0.07

1.00

0.35

<0.03

<0.03

 
     
 

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

AV    EZEWELD Flux 17L

Yield Strenght (N/mm2)

Tensile Strength (N/mm2)

Elongation (%)

Impact Values Charpy V notch

EL-8

460

530

27

    --

 
     
 

Weld Metal Hardness with SA-12 Wire of Chemical Composition (%)

 
 

SC

% Mn

% Si

Cr

% S

% P

0.33-0.45

0.92-1.35

0.36-082

0.84-1.29

0.011-0.017

0.015-0.028

                          Hardness

           240-290 BHN

 
 

Current / Polarity : DC

 
 

Note on Usage

 
 

 Dry the Flux at 300-350°C (572-662°F) for 60 minutes before use.
 For the first layer in groove, keep the current and speed low in the case of multi-layer welding

 
 

Packing data

 
 

Poly Lined HDEP Bags (Standerd)               Weight 25 kg.
Steel Drum (on demand)                               Weight 250 kg.

 
 

CLASSIFICATION                       SPECIFICATION
Flux & Wire                                ASME SFA 5.17

AV EZEweld Flux 17L/EM-12K       AWS A 5.17-F7A4/F7P4-EM12K
AV EZEweld Flux 17L/EH-14          AWS A 5.17-F8A2/F8P2-EH1

 
  Description  
 

AV EZEWeld Flux 17L is an aluminate basic agglomerated flux for submerged arc welding bearing
very high current carrying characteristics for DC+ . It has very good operational properties for both single and multi wire systems. It gives excellent impact values at very law temperature and very low oxygen in welding.

 
 

Typical Application

 
 

AV EZEWeld Flux 17L can be used for fillet welding and single / pass butt welding of mild , medium
and high tensile steel. The required strength of the weld metal is achieved by proper selection of alloyed wires. It is used for narrow gap welding due to superior slag detachability and smooth blending of weld bead with joint side walls.

 
  Basicity Index 1.6
Typical All Weld Metal Chemical & Mechanical Properties
 
 

               CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (%)

AV
EZEWELD Flux 17L

C

Mn

Si

S

P

EM-12K(AW)

0.07

1.20

0.60

<0.03

<0.03

EM-12K (PWHT)

0.07

1.20

0.60

<0.03

<0.03

EH-14 (AW)

0.10

1.80

0.30

<0.03

<0.03

EH-14(PWHT)

0.10

1.80

0.30

<0.03

<0.03

 
     
 

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

AV
EZEWELD Flux 17L

Yield Strenght (N/mm2)

Tensile Strength (N/mm2)

Elongation (%)

Impact Values Charpy V notch

EM-12K(AW)

460

590

25%

50 J at (-) 40 oC

EM-12K (PWHT)

450

580

28%

60 J at (-) 40 oC

EH-14 (AW)

480

570

23%

40 J at (-) 29 oC

EH-14(PWHT)

470

560

26%

50 J at (-) 29 oC

 
 

AW: As welded PWHT : After post weld heat treatment at 620°C for 1 hour
Current / Polarity : DC

 
 

Typical Welding Conditions

 
 
Plate Th. 
( mm)
Groove Design Dia (Wire) ( mm) No. Pass Amp. (A) Volt.
( v )
Cpm. (cm/min) Remarks
25   3-15
4-0
1-13
1-13
500
570
28
30
40
40
AWS
A5.17
 
 

Note on Usage

 
 

 Dry the Flux at 300-350°C (572-662°F) for 60 minutes before use.
 Pay attention to welding voltage. Excessive welding voltage causes deterioration of joint Properties.

 Add new Flux periodically to prevent the weld defects and bad appearance which occurs when    continuously reusing the flux.
 
 

Packing data

 
 

Poly Lined HDEP Bags (Standerd)                Weight 25 kg.
Steel Drum (on demand)                               Weight 250 kg.

 
 

CLASSIFICATION                       SPECIFICATION
Flux & Wire                                  ASME SFA 5.17

AV EZEweld Flux 18L/EL-8          AWS A 5.17-F7A0/F7P0-EL-8
AV EZEweld Flux 18L/EM-12K     AWS A 5.17-F7A2/F7P2-EM12K

 
  Description  
 

AV EZEWeld Flux 18L is an agglomerated acid silicon and manganese alloying flux for submerged arcwelding applications providing excellent welding characteristics for High speed Welding. the bead is uniformand appearance is good with no tendency to under cutting. the slag removal is easy and in most cases it is  self peeling. It offers excellent radiographic weld joints and mechanical properties.

 
 

Typical Application

 
 

AV EZEWeld Flux 18L can be used for all types of general applications in low and medium tensile steel, in combination with EL-8 or EM-12K grades of wire. This flux is specially recommended for applications requiring high dilution of base metal i.e. in fillet and butt welding of thin and medium thic plates viz. Boiler/  Pressure Vessels, LPG Cylinders, Pipes, General Structural Fabrications, etc.

 
 

Basicity Index 1.0
Typical All Weld Metal Chemical & Mechanical Properties

 
 

               CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (%)

AV
EZEWELD Flux 18L

C

Mn

Si

S

P

EL-8

0.08

0.80

0.40

<0.03

<0.03

EM – 12K

0.07

1.20

0.40

<0.03

<0.03

 
     
 

              MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

AV
EZEWELD Flux 18L

Yield Strenght (N/mm2)

Tensile Strength (N/mm2)

Impact Values Charpy V notch

EL-8

460

550

40 J at 0 oC

EM – 12K

450

580

50 J at (-) 29 oC

 
 

Current / Polarity : DC+
Typical Welding Conditions

 
 
Plate Th. 
(mm)

Groove Design Dia (Wire) ( mm) No. Pass Amp. (A) Volt. ( v) Cpm. (cm/min) Remarks
  25   3.15
4.0
1.13
1.13
500
570
28
30

40
40

AWS
A5.17
 
     
 

Note on Usage

 
  Dry the Flux at 300-350°C (572-662°F) for 60 minutes before use.
For the first layer in groove, keep the current and speed low in the case of multi-layer welding.
 
 

Packing data

 
 

Poly Lined HDEP Bags (Standerd)                         Weight 25 kg.
Steel Drum (on demand)                                         Weight 250 kg.

 

AV EZEWELD 26 - SAW FLUX

 

CLASSIFICATION                    SPECIFICATION
Flux & Wire                             ASME SFA 5.23/ 5.17

AV EZEweld Flux GR26/EA-2     AWS A5.23-F8A4/F8P4-EA2
AV EZEweld Flux GR26/EH-10K   AWS A-5.17-F8A4/F8P4-EH10K

 
  Description  
 

AV EZEWeld GR 26 is a all mineral non-alloying flux and the weld metal can be fully controlled independently of the welding parameters through suitable choice of wires. This makes AV EZEWeld GR 26 suitable for multi run welding of thick materials using single wire as well as multiple wire technique. AV EZEWeld GR 26 is designed for multipass welding of mild, medium and high tensile steels as well as low alloyed steel with impact strength requirements between -40°C and -60°C. It allows for high current carrying capacity on DC+ is specially suited for narrow gap welding due to its excellent slag detachability and and smooth blending with the side walls.

 
  Typical Application

 
 

Pressure vessels for nuclear applications and offshore constructions where good CTOD values required are the areas where AV EZEWeld GR 26 is successfully used. AV EZEWeld GR 26 gives the weldmetal a low oxygen content (approx. 300 ppm) and low hydrogen content deposit (lower than 5 ml/100 g).

 
 

Basicity Index 3.20
Typical All Weld Metal Chemical & Mechanical Properties

 
 

               CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (%)

AV EZEWELD Flux 17L

C

Mn

Si

Mo

S

P

EA2 (AW)

0.10

1.2

0.25

0.47

<0.03

<0.03

EA2 (PWHT)

0.10

1.2

0.25

0.47

<0.03

<0.03

EH10K(AW)

0.10

1.8

0.30

    --

<0.03

<0.03

EH10K (PWHT)

0.10

1.8

0.30

    --

<0.03

<0.03

 
     
 

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

AV EZEWELD Flux 17L

Yield Strenght (N/mm2)

Tensile Strength (N/mm2)

Elongation (%)

Impact Values Charpy V notch

EA2 (AW)

550

650

26

55J at(-) 40 oC

EA2 (PWHT)

540

640

29

60 J at (-) 40 oC

EH10K(AW)

560

650

27

50 J at (-) 40 oC

EH10K (PWHT)

550

640

30

60 J at (-) 40 oC

 
 

AW: As welded PWHT : After post weld heat treatment at 620°C for 1 hour
Current / Polarity : DC+

 
 

Note on Usage

 
 

Dry the Flux at 300-350°C (572-662°F) for 120 minutes before use.
For the first layer in groove, keep the current and speed low in the case of multi-layer welding.

 
 

Packing data

 
 

Poly Lined HDEP Bags (Standerd)      Weight 25 kg.
Steel Drum (on demand)                      Weight 250 kg.

 

We offer customised products and tailor-made solutions for your specific needs for welding fluxes.