Copper-Base Filler Metal for Welding Aluminum Bronzes and for Dissimilar Metal Joining of Copper Alloys to Steels and Cast Irons ®
TIG ROD • Ideal for hard-to-weld dissimilar combinations • Good for corrosion resistant cladding on bearing surfaces • Excellent comparative mechanical properties
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
TigTectic 1851 is particularly resistant to cracking when used for dissimilar metal joining. Weld deposits contain elements that inhibit inter-granular stress corrosion cracking when used to join and surface aluminum bronze castings.
Preparation: Remove all contaminants, particularly oil and grease. Lightly grind surfaces to remove superﬁcial oxides. Prepare cracks to have a 60-75° V-groove. A root opening of 1/8- in. is recommended. If necessary, preheat to remove moisture.
Technique: Use a properly ground thoriated or lanthinated tungsten with the appropriate gas cup size for sufﬁcient puddle coverage. Deposit 1851 with stringer beads only. Maintain shielding gas ﬂow until solidiﬁcation is complete.
• Aluminum bronze pump housings • Manganese bronze impellers • Ships propellers • Turbine runners • Press rams • Joining cast iron to steel • Tin plate mill rolls • Hydraulic pistons
Note: High frequency AC recommended for application thinner than 0.040 or where additional weld puddle cleaning is needed. Note: Make sure that the inter-pass temperature does not exceed 300°F.
Post-welding: Slow cool out of the way of drafts. 2
• Typical Tensile Strength 90,000 psi (620 N/mm ) • Typical Yield strength 38,000 psi (262 N/mm2) • Typical Hardness (BNH) 150 • Typical work hardened hardness: (BNH) 200 • Current & Polarity: DCEN (-) • Shielding Gas: Welding grade argon
WELD PARAMETERS: Filler Diameter
HEALTH AND SAFETY: Observe normal welding practices, respiratory protection and proper air ﬂow pattern advised. For general welding practices, see AWS publications Z49.1 “Safety in Welding and Cutting and Allied Process”. Welding is a completely safe process when performed in accordance with proper safety measures. Become familiar with local safety regulations before beginning welding operations. DO NOT operate welding equipment or use welding materials before you have thoroughly read the proper instruction manual(s). Please refer to the Eutectic internet site for Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information. DISREGARDING THESE INSTRUCTIONS, AND/OR THE INSTRUCTIONS OF WELDING EQUIPMENT OR MATERIAL MANUALS, MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH.
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