Solid Wire Electrode BA-WIRE 307Mod for Submerged Arc Welding
EN ISO 14343-A: S 18 8 Mn
SFA 5.9 / AWS A5.9: ER(307)
Wire electrode for submerged arc welding intended for weldingwork-hardenable steels, armor steel and austenitic stainless manganese steels. Also suitable for joining stainless chromium steels with chromium content up to 18% and overlay welding of mild steels and low-alloy steels.
BA-WIRE 307Mod is similar to ER 307 type with increased manganese content (≈ 7.0%), reducing the risk for hot cracking.
Typical analysis and chemical composition acc. to EN ISO 14343-A and AWS A5.9
|Wire electrode||C||Si||Mn||Mo||Ni||Cr||P||S||Cu total|
|Typical analysis BA-WIRE 307Mod||0.08||0.9||7.0||0.1||8.1||18.0||0.020||0.013||0.1|
|S 18 8 Mn acc. to ISO 14343-A||0.20||1.2||5.0 - 8.0||0.5||7.0 - 10.0||17.0 - 20.0||0.03||0.03||0.5|
|ER307 acc. to AWS A5.9||0.04 - 0.14||0.30 - 0.65||3.30 - 4.75||0.5 - 1.5||8.0 - 10.7||19.5 - 22.0||0.03||0.03||
Dissimilar joints, buttering and intermediate layers before hard overlays.
Steels with manganese content up to 14%, steels with 13 - 17% chromium content.
Suitable fluxes: BF 38, WP 380
Flux type suitability is strongly dependent on its application. In combination with the wire electrode the most suitable flux should match the requirements of the plate material as closely as possible under the existing welding conditions. Further information can be obtained from the technical flux data sheets.
Coils, spools, drums and spiders as standard package forms for SAW-wire electrodes, different package forms on request.
1.6 – 4.0 mm; sizes and tolerances acc. to ISO 544 and AWS A5.9.
Wire Electrode Surface
Smooth finish free from surface defects and foreign matter.