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submerged arc
A variety of welding flux and wire designed to be paired together to meet any industry specific welding requirement. Over 150 combinations are available for single and multiple pass welding in both automatic and semi-automatic applications.
Submerged Arc 
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
  • Single pass welding of mild steel
  • Flat fillet welds with constant voltage power source
  • Single pass welding of mild steel
  • Flat fillet welds with constant voltage power source
  • Single pass welding of mild steel
  • Flat fillet welds with constant voltage power source
  • Single pass welding of mild steel
  • Flat fillet welds with constant voltage power source
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
  • Semi-submersible production and exploration platforms
  • Fixed, jacket and work platforms
  • Compliant towers
  • Topside structural applications
  • SPAR, FPSO, and FSO applications
  • Jack up rigs
  • Offshore applications with extended post-weld heat treatment (PWHT)
  • Quench and tempered steels such as AISI 4130, 8620, and similar chemistries
  • Fabrication of offshore drilling platforms
  • Multiple pass welding
  • Single and multiple arc welding
  • AASHTO Fracture Critical applications with Lincolnweld® L-61 wire
  • Pipe and other double ending applications
  • General purpose structural and multiple pass welds
  • Storage tanks using L-61 or LA-85
  • May be used in as-welded or stress-relieved applications
  • Butt joints and flat and horizontal fillets
  • Pair with Lincolnweld® L-61® on A516 steels
  • Applications requiring smooth bead appearance
  • Hardfacing applications
  • Tandem arc applications for offshore fabrication
  • Jobs requiring 480 MPa (70 ksi) tensile strength after stress relief when used with L-56, L-S3, or LA-71
  • Single wire or tandem welding
  • Used for welding of stainless, mild and low alloy steel
  • Excellent for multiple pass fillet welds
  • Excellent operation with multiple arcs
  • Offshore
  • Structural fabrication
  • Shipbuilding
  • HY-80 and HSLA-80 steels with Lincolnweld® LA-100 wire
  • Horizontal and flat fillet welds
  • Single and multiple arc welding
  • High strength or highly restrained weldments where delayed cracking is a concern
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
  • Single and multiple pass welding/li>
  • Fillet and butt welds with unlimited plate thickness
  • Can weld steel with heavy scale or rust when used with Lincolnweld® L-50® wire
  • Weathering steels when used with Lincolnweld® LA-75 wire
  • Semiautomatic, single and multiple pass submerged arc welding
  • General purpose fabrication
  • Fillet welds
  • Wind tower base
  • Wind tower door frame
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
  • Single pass welding of mild steel
  • Flat fillet welds with constant voltage power source
  • Automatic, single pass welding
  • Single or multiple arc welding
  • High speed longitudinal seam welding on a range of pipe steels
  • One side welding requiring impact properties
  • Pipe welding up to X80 grade pipe
  • Two run welding applications for pipe fabrication
  • Multiple pass welding for general construction
  • Spiral pipe mills
  • Two run welding applications
  • Weld up to API X80 pipe
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
Welding of A588 weathering steels and ASTM A533-Class 1
  • Bridge fabrication with HPS70W steel, when used with LA-85 wire
  • Single or multiple wire arc welding
  • Butt and fillet welds on alloy steels
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
EM13K
EH11K
EL12
EM12K
EM14K
EH12K
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
AWS EG
  • NACE applications
  • Oil tools
  • Riser systems
  • High-strength pipe
EA1
EM2
ENi1K
EG
EF2
EF3
ENi5
EA3K
EB2R
EB3R
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
EC1
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
ECB2
ECG
  • Offshore jack-up rigs
  • High strength, low alloy applications
  • As-welded or post-weld heat-treated (stress-relieved) applications
ECM2
ECNi2
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
ER308
ER308L
  • For joining the more common austenitic stainless steel grades referred to as "18-8" steels
  • ASTM A240 Types 302, 304, 304L
ER309
ER309L
  • For joining carbon or mild alloy steel to austenitic stainless steels
  • Can also be used on "18-8" steels, since it overmatches the corrosion resistance, if the weldment will not be exposed to temperatures of 538°C to 927°C (1000°F to 1700°F)
  • ASTM A240 Type 309S
ER316
ER316L
  • ASTM A240 Type 316 or 316L
  • For joining the more common austenitic stainless steel grades referred to as "18-8" steels
  • For very good corrosion resistance in acid environments
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
For submerged arc welding of stainless steel and nickel alloys
For submerged arc welding of the 300 and 400 series stainless steels, nickel alloys and similar alloy filler metal
  • Austenitic stainless strips including EQ308, EQ309, EQ347 and EQ309Cb
  • Low carbon steels including EQ308L, EQ309L and EQ316L
For strip cladding using the electroslag process
General submerged arc welding of common austenitic stainless steels such as 304, 304L, 316, 316L, 309 and 347
Product Name
AWS Class
Applications
F9P6-EF3-F3-H2
Nuclear reactor vessels and other components
F10A6-EM2-M2-H2
Nuclear reactor vessels and other components
ER308
ER308L
Nuclear reactor vessels and other components
ER309
ER309L
Nuclear reactor vessels and other components
ER316
ER316L
Nuclear reactor vessels and other components

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