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Kobe DW-2594 E2594T1-1/4 This wire is designed for welding 25Cr type duplex stainless steels especially for Super Duplex grade, PRE (Pitting Resistance Equivalent) is over 40. Kobe DW-2594 Data Sheet Kobe DW-2594 MSDS
Kobe DW-308H E308HT1-1/4 This wire contains no bismuth in the weld metal and is designed for use at service temperature above 1200°F. Consequently, the elongation of the weld metal at higher temperatures is higher than that of conventional flux cored wires. Kobe DW-308H  Data Sheet Kobe DW-308H  MSDS
Kobe DW-308L E308LT0-1/4 This wire is designed to be used in the flat/horizontal position. Low carbon in this filler metal reduces the possibility of intergranular carbide precipitation. This increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion without the use of stabilizers such as niobium or titanium. Strength of this low-carbon alloy, however, is less than that of the niobium-stabilized alloys or Type 308H at elevated temperatures. Kobe DW-308L  Data Sheet Kobe DW-308L  MSDS
Kobe DW-308LP E308LT1-1/4 This is an all position wire. Low carbon in this filler metal reduces the possibility of intergranular carbide precipitation. This increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion without the use of stabilizers such as niobium or titanium. Strength of this low-carbon alloy, however, is less than that of the niobium-stabilized alloys or Type 308H at elevated temperatures. Kobe DW-308LP  Data Sheet Kobe DW-308LP  MSDS
Kobe DWG-308L E308LT0-1/4 DWG is an ultra-thin sheathed stainless steel flux-cored wire designed to operate at very low amperage. DWG replaces expensive .035 wire in many applications and saves you money in filler metal costs. Kobe DWG-308L  Data Sheet Kobe DWG-308L  MSDS
Kobe DW-309L E309LT0-1/4 This wire is designed to be used in the flat/horizontal position. Low carbon in this filler metal reduces the possibility of intergranular carbide precipitation. This increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion without the use of stabilizers such as niobium or titanium. Strength of this low-carbon alloy, however, is less than that of the niobium-stabilized alloys or Type 309 at elevated temperatures. Kobe DW-309L  Data Sheet Kobe DW-309L  MSDS
Kobe DW-309LP E309LT1-1/4 This is an all position wire. Low carbon in this filler metal reduces the possibility of intergranular carbide precipitation. This increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion without the use of stabilizers such as niobium or titanium. Strength of this low-carbon alloy, however, is less than that of the niobium-stabilized alloys or Type 309 at elevated temperatures. Kobe DW-309LP  Data Sheet Kobe DW-309LP  MSDS
Kobe DWG-309L E309LT0-1/4 DWG is an ultra-thin sheathed stainless steel flux-cored wire designed to operate at very low amperage. DWG replaces expensive .035 wire in many applications and saves you money in filler metal costs. Kobe DWG-309L  Data Sheet Kobe DWG-309L  MSDS
Kobe DW-310 E310T0-1/4 Filler metal of this classification is most often used to weld base metals of similar composition. Kobe DW-310  Data Sheet Kobe DW-310  MSDS
Kobe DW-312 E312T0-1/4 Filler metal of this classification was originally designed to weld cast alloys of similar composition. It also has been found to be valuable in welding dissimilar metals such as carbon steel to stainless steel, particularly those grades high in nickel. This alloy gives a two-phase weld deposit with substantial percentages of ferrite in an austenite matrix. Even with considerable dilution by austenite-forming elements such as nickel, the microstructure remains two-phase and thus highly resistant to weld metal cracks and fissures. Kobe DW-312  Data Sheet Kobe DW-312  MSDS
Kobe DW-316L E316LT0-1/4 This wire is designed to be used in the flat/horizontal position. Low carbon in this filler metal reduces the possibility of intergranular carbide precipitation. This increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion without the use of stabilizers such as niobium or titanium. Strength of this low-carbon alloy, however, is less than that of the niobium-stabilized alloys or Type 316H at elevated temperatures. Kobe DW-316L  Data Sheet Kobe DW-316L  MSDS
Kobe DW-316LP E316LT1-1/4 This is an all position wire. Low carbon in this filler metal reduces the possibility of intergranular carbide precipitation. This increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion without the use of stabilizers such as niobium or titanium. Strength of this low-carbon alloy, however, is less than that of the niobium-stabilized alloys or Type 316H at elevated temperatures. Kobe DW-316LP  Data Sheet Kobe DW-316LP  MSDS
Kobe DWG-316L E316LT0-1/4 DWG is an ultra-thin sheathed stainless steel flux-cored wire designed to operate at very low amperage. DWG replaces expensive .035 wire in many applications and saves you money in filler metal costs. Kobe DWG-316L  Data Sheet Kobe DWG-316L  MSDS
Kobe DW-317L E317LT0-1/4 Used for welding alloys of similar composition. Kobelco DW317 filler metal is utilized in severely corrosive environments where crevice and pitting corrosion are of concern. This low-carbon alloy, however, may not be so strong at elevated temperatures. Kobe DW-317L  Data Sheet Kobe DW-317L  MSDS
Kobe DW-347 E347T0-1/4 Usually used for welding chromium-nickel stainless steel base metals of similar composition stabilized with either Nb or Ti. Although Nb is the stabilizing element usually specified in Type 347 alloys, it should be recognized that tantalum (Ta) is also present. Ta and Nb are almost equally effective in stabilizing carbon and in providing high-temperature strength. If dilution by the base metal produces a low ferrite or fully austenitic weld metal, the crack sensitivity of the weld may increase substantially Kobe DW-347  Data Sheet Kobe DW-347  MSDS
Kobe DW-2209 E2209T1-1/4 Filler metal of this classification is used primarily to weld duplex stainless steels which contain approximately 22% chromium such as UNS S31803 and S32205. Deposits of this alloy have "duplex" microstructures consisting of an austenite-ferrite matrix. These stainless steels are characterized by high tensile strength, resistance to stress corrosion cracking, and improved resistance to pitting. If post weld annealing is required, this weld metal will require a higher annealing temperature than that required by the duplex base metal. Kobe DW-2209  Data Sheet Kobe DW-2209  MSDS
Kobe DW-309LMo E309LMoT0-1/4 For joining stainless steel to carbon and low-alloy steels for service below 600°F [316°C], and for overlaying of carbon and low-alloy steels. The presence of molybdenum provides pitting resistance in a halide environment and helps provide high temperature ductility in dissimilar joints. The ferrite level for this electrode deposit is approximately 20 FN. Kobe DW-309LMo  Data Sheet Kobe DW-309LMo  MSDS
Kobe DW-308L-XR E308LT0-1/4 The DW-308L-XR wire has the same attributes as DW-308L with one important addition. The XR-series of stainless steel flux cored wire has reduced the Hexavalent Chromium production in the welding fume over conventional wires. This reduction contributes to a safer environment by reducing the potential exposure to Hexavalent Chromium in the workplace. Kobe DW-308L-XR Data Sheet Kobe DW-308L-XR MSDS
Kobe DW-309L-XR E309LT0-1/4 The DW-309L-XR wire has the same attributes as DW-309L with one important addition. The XR-series of stainless steel flux cored wire has reduced the Hexavalent Chromium production in the welding fume over conventional wires. This reduction contributes to a safer environment by reducing the potential exposure to Hexavalent Chromium in the workplace. Kobe DW-309L-XR Data Sheet Kobe DW-309L-XR MSDS
Kobe DW-316L-XR E316LT0-1/4 The DW-316L-XR wire has the same attributes as DW-316L with one important addition. The XR-series of stainless steel flux cored wire has reduced the Hexavalent Chromium production in the welding fume over conventional wires. This reduction contributes to a safer environment by reducing the potential exposure to Hexavalent Chromium in the workplace. Kobe DW-316L-XR Data Sheet Kobe DW-316L-XR MSDS