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E7016 Carbon Steel Welding Electrode

Type: E (Carbon Steel Electrodes/ Low Alloy Steel Electrodes)
Material: Mild Steel
Diameter: 2.0mm-5.0mm
Length: 300-400mm
Welding Core Type: Carbon Structural Steel
Welding Current: 60-230℃
Operating Temperature: 350℃
Application: GENERAL PURPOSE

Description

E7016 Carbon Steel Welding Electrode

E7016 Carbon Steel Welding Electrode Introduction

E7016 welding rod is of low hydrogen potassium type electrodes, providing excellent plasticity, impact toughness and crack resistance. It is the most popular electrode for 50kg/mm2 class high tensile steel.

A hydrogen controlled basic coated electrode for welding medium and high tensile structures, grey cast iron components, low and medium carbon steels. The deposits are of radiographic quality coupled with excellent mechanical properties.

E7016 Carbon Steel Welding Electrode Application

E7016 Welding rod is suitable for welding of 50kg/mm2 class high tensile steel in ship structure made of ship steels with normal strength such as boilers and pipelines, as well as other important structures of vehicles, buildings, bridges.

Chemical Composition of Weld Metal (%)

C Mn Si S P
AWS Standard ≤0. 15 ≤1. 60 ≤0. 75 ≤0. 035 ≤0. 035
Typical 0. 06 1. 35 0. 50 0. 010 0. 020

Mechanical Properties of Weld Metal

Yield Strength
(Mpa)
Tensile Strength
(Mpa)
Elongation(%) Charpy V Impact
Value (-30°C)
Bend Test
(Degree)
AWS Standard ≥400 ≥490 ≥22 ≥27J N. S.
Typical 520 580 28 150J 180

Classification certification like CCS, DNV, BV, LR, NK, KR, RS shall be provided upon request.
Please note that the above specifications are “general specifications” that pertain to the majority of our production. These specifications should only be used for general, informational purposes. For the actual specification, please check with us when order placed.

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