Welding rods

ATTENTION – Cleanliness is the most important weld preparation:

  • For a successful weld, it is very important that the welding area is carefully cleaned. Contamination, oxides, oil or wax layers make a good welding result impossible.
  • The welds must be metallically clean. Depending on the contamination, chemical cleaning agents or metal-cutting processes are very suitable for cleaning the welds. In the case of light soiling or adhesions, cleaning by means of an ultrasonic unit is also recommended.

Welding wires for gold alloys

All welding rods for gold and platinum alloys are made of standard jewelry alloys with appropriate fineness. For typical jewelry manufacturing and repair applications, the welding wires must be processed very thinly in order to be able to apply the wires in a metered manner and at low power.

Red gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 351

Red gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt

300 mm x 0.45 mm (11.8" x 0.018")

Item number: 304 352

Red gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 353

Red gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt

300 mm x 0.45 mm (11.8" x 0.018")

Item number: 304 354

Rose gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 355

Rose gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt

300 mm x 0.45 mm (11.8" x 0.018")

Item number: 304 356

Rose gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 357

Rose gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt

300 mm x 0.45 mm (11.8" x 0.018")

Item number: 304 358

Yellow gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 340

Yellow gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 341

White gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 342

Welding wire for platinum

When welding Pt alloys, especially platinum castings, small pores and/or embrittlement can occur when welding repeatedly in the same place. This can be avoided by generally applying fresh metal using welding rod. When welding on platinum, a clean welding area and optimum shielding gas coverage are very important.

Platinum Pt 960/000

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 343

Special welding wire for silver alloys

Very good coloration for work on silver workpieces. Excellent flow properties. Non-porous welding results. High ductility of the welded areas.

Argentium 935

2000 mm x 0.25 mm (78.5" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 348

Argentium 935

2000 mm x 0.35 mm (78.5" x 0.014")

Item number: 304 349

Argentium 935

2000 mm x 0.45 mm (78.5" x 0.018")

Item number: 304 350

Welding wire for silver alloys

The welding rod for silver alloys is alloyed with a higher content of fine silver to positively influence the flow properties and ductility of the welding rod. Nevertheless, the wire is the same color as sterling silver (925/000). The fineness of the welding wire is 970/000.

Silver Ag 970/000

2000 mm x 0.25 mm (78.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 346

Silver Ag 970/000

1000 mm x 0.35 mm (33.37" x 0.014")

Item number: 304 344

Welding wire for titanium

Unalloyed titanium wire (grade 2) for similar welds on weldable titanium grades. The wire is characterized by high resistance to cracking. When welding on titanium, a clean welding area and optimum shielding gas coverage (with argon 4.6 or higher) are very important.

Titanium fine titanium

1000 mm x 0.30 mm (39.37" x 0.012")

Item number: 304 310

Welding wire for copper materials

Good flowing copper alloy (C45) for smooth, dense and non-porous welds on copper, copper-zinc and copper-silicon alloys and for build-up welding on copper alloys and unalloyed ferrous materials. Corrosion-resistant, very strong and cold-tough weld metal, almost identical in color to pure copper.

Copper - Cu-Si3-Mn1

2000 mm x 0.35 mm (78.5" x 0.014")

Item number: 304 312

Copper - Cu-Si3-Mn1

2000 mm x 0.5 mm (78.5" x 0.02")

Item number: 304 313

Copper - Cu-Si3-Mn1

2000 mm x 0.7 mm (78.5" x 0.027")

Item number: 304 314

Welding wire for tin

The welding rod made of fine tin 99.9% is suitable for repairs on objects made of tin and tin alloys. The high purity of the wire ensures a very ductile, thus stable as well as clean weld. It is recommended to use the welding wire with increased gas flow and larger gas nozzle (Art.nr. 100 150-4).

Fine tin 99.9%

100 g / 0.75 mm (3.52 oz / 0.029")

Item number: 304 328

Welding wire for repairs and difficult to weld alloys

This Pd/Ag/Cu welding wire with a high palladium content is very well suited for repair welding on alloys that have limited weldability to themselves or to each other. The welding wire is characterized by very good adhesive properties and great toughness. It is therefore often used as a “bridge metal” between problematic alloys (color gray).

Palladium silver PdAg 500/000

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

Item number: 304 331

Palladium silver PdAg 500/000

500 mm x 0.40 mm (19.7" x 0.016")

Item number: 304 330

Nickel Base Alloy Welding Wire

For joints and claddings on materials of the same or similar type, e.g. Hastelloy, Alloy 600, Inconel, etc. For welds on nickel-based alloys, a clean weld area and optimum shielding gas coverage (with argon 4.6 or higher) is very important.

Nickel Base Alloy

1000 mm x 0.40 mm (39.37" x 0.016")

Item number: 304 329

Welding wires for steels

Stainless steel

1000 mm x 0.40 mm (39.37" x 0.016")

Item number: 304 320

  • CMS welding wire is a very stable austenitic weld metal. It is suitable for welding CrNi steels, such as 1.4301, 1.4401, 1.4453 or 1.4571.

1000 mm x 0.20 mm (39.37" x 0.008")

Item number: 304 321

  • GS2 welding wire is suitable for higher hardness deposits on tools subject to high abrasion and pressure. Also good for hardfacing on non-alloy and low-alloy steels. Hardness up to 58HRC.

1000 mm x 0.20 mm (39.37" x 0.008")

Item number: 304 322

  • GS55 welding wire is a martensitic chromium steel with good durability and wear resistance. It is suitable for impact and shock loads and is heat treatable. For highly wear-resistant buildup welds on tools. Hardness up to 61HRC.

Welding wires for aluminum

2000 mm x 0.5 mm (78.70" x 0.02")

Item number: 304 325

  • Welding rod ALMG3 for claddings on aluminum-magnesium alloys up to 3 % Mg, e.g. AlMg3. The weld metal can be anodized.

2000 mm x 0.5 mm (78.70" x 0.02")

Item number: 304 326

  • ALSI welding wire for joints and claddings on aluminum-silicon alloys up to 12 % Si, as well as for dissimilar aluminum alloys among themselves.

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