Copper Bronze Brass Welding Wire Coils Rods Electrode Consumables for nuclear power plant construction. The products fully meet the requirements of the nuclear power plant construction quality assurance system. PETROL STEEL provides reliable technology and high-quality welding consumables (welding electrodes, wires, flux, and strips). The welding consumables in PETROL STEEL are manufactured and inspected according to the RCC-M and ASME standards and are applied in many nuclear power plant projects.
Stainless Steel Welding Consumables and Copper Bronze Brass Welding Wire Coils Rods Electrode Consumables These series include austenitic, martensitic, duplex stainless steel, and nickel-based alloy welding wires for MAG, TIG, and submerged arc welding processes. Ultra-low carbon martensitic stainless steel welding wire is widely used in the welding production of domestic hydropower stations. PETROL STEEL successfully completed the welding of large quantities of large-scale hydraulic turbine components, especially the welding of the turbine runner of the Three Gorges Hydropower Station.
Corrosion-resistant strip cladding consumables The developed strip and flux-like corrosion-resistant strip cladding materials have good mechanical properties, surface formability, and slag removal. Mainly used for large-area electroslag and arc surfacing welding of stainless steel and nickel-based alloy pressure vessels in nuclear power, boiler, petrochemical, coal chemical, and other industries.
High strength steel welding materials Welding consumables for high strength steel The developed 600-1100MPa low-alloy high-strength steel gas-protected solid wire and 600-800MPa high-strength steel gas-protected core wire are widely used in electric power, metallurgy, petrochemical, engineering machinery, mining machinery, bridge construction, locomotives, and other industries.
Nickel Alloy Wire Rod ny1 Silicon Bronze Most suitable for butt joints and hard surfaces of brass, especially for MIG welding of galvanized steel sheets. It is recommended to preheat when performing MIG surfacing welding on large products, and use pulse argon arc welding when surfacing welding on the steel surface.
Silver Copper Especially suitable for MIG welding of galvanized steel of automobile body. It is also recommended for brass, low-alloy copper, non-ferrous and low-metal steel, and cast iron. Ideal material for manufacturing car bodies.
Deoxidized Copper It is especially recommended for argon arc welding of copper and welding of copper and steel, cast iron, and nickel alloys. Most suitable for large components.
Copper alloy welding wire is recommended for welding copper and copper-tin alloy. Most suitable for butt welding of brass and steel. It is recommended to preheat large-size products, and pulse argon arc welding is recommended for multi-layer surfacing on steel.
Phosphor bronze welding wire is especially suitable for the welding of copper and copper-tin alloys, especially for the butt welding of brass and steel. It can also be used to repair cast copper products. It is recommended to preheat large products, and pulse argon arc welding is recommended for multi-layer surfacing of steel.
The copper-nickel wire is especially suitable for seawater corrosion resistance. It is especially suitable for welding and hard surface treatment of copper-nickel alloys in machinery, seawater desalination, shipbuilding, oil refining, and food processing industries.
Aluminum bronze welding wire, especially suitable for butt welding and hard surface treatment of copper-aluminum alloy, aluminum-coated steel, and cast iron. It has been widely used in shipbuilding, machinery, and chemical industries. Most suitable for high hard surface requirements of hardness, wear resistance, wear resistance, and corrosiveness.
Manganese-nickel-aluminum bronze is best used for surfacing welding of iron castings and low-alloy steels that require corrosion resistance.
Nickel-aluminum bronze is recommended for welding and hard surface treatment of copper-aluminum alloy, aluminized steel in mechanical and chemical industries, and iron welding in shipbuilding. It is also suitable for welding copper pipes and copper aluminum that require corrosion resistance.
Aluminum bronze rod, especially suitable for butt welding and hard surface of the copper-aluminum alloy, aluminized steel, and cast iron. It has been widely used in shipbuilding, machinery, and chemical industries. Most suitable for high hard surface requirements of hardness, wear resistance, wear resistance, and corrosiveness.
Nickel silver wire is used for joints and gears in machinery, the automation technology industry, and the steel furniture industry. Suitable for surface corrosion-resistant surfacing welding of cast steel, cast iron, copper alloy, nickel alloy, and butt welding of cast iron.
About the Low-Fuming Bronze-Nickel electrode, this brazing electrode is similar to the RBCuZn-A electrode but contains iron and manganese additives to increase hardness and strength. In addition, a small amount of silicon is used to control the evaporation of zinc, resulting in low-smoke characteristics. The addition of nickel ensures the even distribution of iron in the deposit
Tin brass rod is the most commonly used gas welding and carbon arc welding filler material in brass.
All of the materials according to ASTM B 134 C22000, C23000, C26000, C27000, C274000, etc have sufficient mechanical strength and corrosion resistance. Suitable for mining and geological exploration blasting cables.