10 Pound Cans of Stick Electrode

Diameters / Packaging

Diameters
10 lb
3.2 mm ED032622
4.0 mm ED032623

Pipeliner® 19P

Stick (SMAW) Electrode

AWS: E10018-G H4R

Low Alloy, Low Hydrogen, Pipe • AWS E10018-G H4R

DETAILS

Features

  • Charpy V-Notch impact toughness tested to -46°C (-50°F)

Typical Applications

  • Fill and cap pass welding of up to X80 grade pipe
  • Low hydrogen, vertical up capability on X80 grade pipe

Welding Positions

  • All except vertical down

Shielding Gas

  • Not Applicable

Special Features

  • Q2 Lot® - Control and Tested - Lot certificate available online

Service Information

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CONFORMANCE

CONFORMANCES SPECIFICATION CLASSIFICATION
AWS AWS A5.5 E10018-G-H4R

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Classification Yield Strength @ 0.2% Offset
MPa (ksi)
Tensile Strength
MPa (ksi)
Elongation
%
Charpy V-Notch
J (ft-lbs) @ -45°C (-50°F)
E10018-G-H4R Requirement 600 (87) min. 690 (100) min. 16 min.
Typical Result, As-welded 660-750 (95-109) 730-800 (106-115) 21-28 73-125 (54-92)

DEPOSIT COMPOSITION

Classification %B %C %Cr %Cu %Mn %Mo %Ni %P %S %Si %V Diffusible Hydrogen
mL/100g Weld Metal
1800F H2O - As received 1800F H2O - After 9 hrs at 80F/80%RH
E10018-G-H4R Requirement 0.30 min. * 0.20 min. * 1.00 min. * 0.20 min. * 0.50 min. * 0.03 max. 0.03 max. 0.80 min. * 0.10 min. * 4 max. 0.15 max. 0.4 max.
Typical Result 0.0002 max. 0.038-0.049 0.02-0.04 0.01-0.07 1.54-1.89 0.42-0.45 2.06-2.28 0.01 0.01 0.40-0.54 0.01 max. 1-3 0.02-0.10 0.1-0.3

TYPICAL OPERATING PROCEDURES

Diameter Polarity⁽¹⁾ Current
Amps
3.2 mm (1/8 in) DC+ 80-155
3.2 mm (1/8 in) AC 80-160
4.0 mm (5/32 in) DC+ 130-210
4.0 mm (5/32 in) AC 140-215

NOTES

Note
* To meet the requirements of a "G" classification, the chemical composition of the weld deposit must meet the minimum requirement for one or more of these elements.
⁽¹⁾ Preferred polarity is listed first.