Incoloy 825 Filler Wire

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Incoloy 825 Filler Wire
What is Incoloy 825 filler wire ?

Filler wire made of Incoloy 825 can join Incoloy 825 products. The material is known for its excellent corrosion resistance in corrosive environments like acids, alkalis and oxidizing media.

The Incoloy 825 filler wire is designated as ERNiFeCr 1 or ERNiFeCrMo 1, according to the AWS classification system. These filler wires are composed of ni, fe, cr and sometimes mo to match the composition and properties of Incoloy 825.

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What electrode is used for Inconel 825 welding?

ERNiFeCr-3 or ERNiFeCr-1 welding electrode is commonly used for Inconel 825 welding. ERNiCrMo 3 contains nickel, chromium, molybdenum, and small amounts of iron and niobium. It is often preferred for applications requiring higher resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. ERNiFeCr 1 contains nickel, iron, chromium, and small amounts of molybdenum and copper. Both are suitable for various welding processes to produce strong and corrosion-resistant welds.

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Alloy 825 welding wire

Alloy 825 welding wire

UNS N08825 tig wire

UNS N08825 tig wire

Nickel alloy 825 filler rod

Nickel alloy 825 filler rod

How is Incoloy 825 filler wire consumption calculated?

The consumption of filler wire in welding can be estimated using the following formula:

Filler Wire Consumption = Weight of Weld Metal Required / Deposition Efficiency

The weight of the weld metal required depends on factors like the joint design, weld size & length. The deposition efficiency represents the percentage of WNR 2.4858 welding wire that is effectively deposited in the weld joint.

For use in chemical processing, we carry a ready supply of WNR 2.4858 welding rods with diameters ranging from 1.6 to 6.4 mm and lengths up to 1000 mm.

Incoloy 825 filler wire specification
Welding Rod Welding Wire Length
Dia : 1.6 to 6.4 mm Dia: 0.5 – 1.6 mm 1000 mm
Finish Standard Incoloy 825 welding wire form
Extra Clean, Grease, Soap AWS A5.14 ERNiFeCr-1 Coils, Cut to lengths, Precision cutting
We carry stock of Inconel alloy 825 tig rod and can supply it in custom sizes for the cheapest price. Learn more about the different variants that are readily accessible.
Most selling types of alloy 825 welding wire
WNR 2.4858 welding rod

WNR 2.4858 welding rod

  • TIG welding : 100% Ar
  • MIG welding:75% Ar and 25% He
  • Welding Position: all
Inconel alloy 825 tig rod

Inconel alloy 825 tig rod

  • AWS A5.14 ERNiCrMo-3
  • AWS A5.14 ERNiFeCr-1
  • AWS A5.11 ENiCrMo-3
ERNiFeCr-1 welding electrode

ERNiFeCr-1 welding electrode

  • Pickling tank parts
  • Oil and gas recovery
  • Components for processing nuclear fuel
Looking for ERNiFeCr-1 welding electrode in a unique size? there is no need to worry, you may now purchase nickel 825 filler metal online at dealer prices, see its properties
UNS N08825 tig wire equivalent
STANDARD AFNOR UNS EN WERKSTOFF NR. GOST JIS BS OR
Incoloy 825 welding wire NFE30C20DUM N08825 NiCr21Mo 2.4858 ЭП703 NCF 825 NA 16 XH38BT
Nickel alloy 825 filler rod mechanical properties
Element Tensile Strength 825 welding wire melting point Yield Strength (0.2%Offset) Density Elongation
Incoloy 825 welding wire Psi – 80,000 , MPa – 550 1400 °C (2550 °F) Psi – 32,000 , MPa – 220 8.14 g/cm3 30 %
WNR 2.4858 welding rods chemical properties
Grade Ti Mn C Al Cu Si S Cr Fe Ni
Incoloy 825 welding wire 0.06 – 1.20 1.00 max 0.05 max 0.02 max 1.50 – 3.00 0.5 max 0.03 max 19.50 – 23.50 22.00 min 38.00 – 46.00
Physical properties of nickel 825 welding rods
Incoloy 825 welding wire density g/cm3 8.14
lb/in.3 0.294
Alloy 825 welding wire melting range °F 2500 - 2550
°C 1370 - 1400
Diameters of ERNiFeCr-1 welding electrode
 Incoloy 825 welding wire diameter
in (mm)
0.045 (1.1)
0.035 (0.9)
3/32 (2.4)
1/16 (1.6)
1/8 (3.2)
Typical operating procedures of Incoloy 825 filler wire
  Incoloy 825 welding wire process   Gas Voltage (volts)   Incoloy 825 welding wire diameter in (mm)   Amperage
  MIG   75% Argon / 25% Helium
28-32
26-29
29-33

0.045
0.035
1/16

(1.1)
(0.9)
(1.6)

180-220
150-190
200-250
Weight chart of inconel 825 filler rod
Incoloy 825 welding wire diameter(mm) Weight (Kg) Mesh Aperture
(mm)
825 welding wire length(M)
4.00 182 0.75 30 30
4.00 142 0.58 40 30
3.2 169 1.1 20 30
3.2 141 0.87 25 30
2.6 116 1.12 20 30
2.0 92 1.49 15 30
2.6 127 1.23 18 30
2.0 110 1.8 12 30
1.8 161 3.25 6 30
1.8 149 3 7 30
1.6 131 3.35 6 30
1.6 215 5.5 3 30
1.6 117 3 7 30
1.4 105 3.5 6 30
1.2 68 3.1 7 30
1.2 59 2.7 8 30
1.0 55 3.6 6 30
0.8 68 7 2.83 30
1.0 65 4.25 5 30
0.8 78 8 2.38 30
0.7 90 12 1.4 30
0.5 54 14 1.3 30
0.6 77 14 1.21 30
0.7 75 10 1.84 30
0.6 66 12 1.52 30
0.5 61 16 1.09 30
Welding consumables alloy 825 filler metal
  Higher Strength Normal Service Best Corrosion Resistance
Filler metal Inconel FM 625 Inconel FM 625 Inconel FM 625
Welding electrode Inconel WE 112 Inconel WE 112 Inconel WE 112
Flux cored wire Inco Cored 625DH Inco Cored 625DH Inco Cored 625DH
When UNS N08825 tig wire feed speed is increased what happens?
  • More filler metal is added per unit of time which results in an increased deposition rate. This can be advantageous when trying to complete welding tasks more quickly.
  • More current is needed to maintain the desired arc length. This leads to an increased heat input into the weld, which can affect the overall heat-affected zone and weld penetration. So, carefully control the heat input to prevent issues such as overheating or distortion.
  • It can result in reduced weld penetration of UNS N08825 tig wire. This can impact the strength and integrity of the weld joint.
  • If the tig wire feed speed is increased too much without adequate heat input, there is a risk of incomplete fusion. It results in a weak or unreliable weld joint.
  • It requires skilled control and technique to ensure proper weld bead formation and fusion.
What precautions should be taken when using alloy 825 filler metal ?
  • Store the alloy 825 filler metal in a clean and dry environment to prevent moisture absorption, which can lead to weld defects.
  • Handle the filler metal with clean gloves or tools to avoid contamination from oils, grease or other substances that can impact the weld quality.
  • Thoroughly clean the base metal surface before welding to remove any contaminants, oxides or surface coatings impairing the weld quality.
  • Follow the recommended welding parameters provided by the filler metal manufacturer.
  • Use the appropriate shielding gas to protect the weld pool and prevent contamination.
  • Depending on the specific welding application and requirements, post-weld heat treatment may be necessary. It helps to relieve residual stresses and enhance the properties of the nickel 825 welding rods welded joint.
  • Weld in a well-ventilated area to control welding fumes, which may contain hazardous elements and gases
What criteria should I use to check quality of ERNiFeCr-1 tig rod ?
  • Verify that the TIG rods come with a mill test certificate (MTC).
  • Check the diameter and length of the nickel alloy 825 tig rods to ensure they match the specified dimensions and tolerances.
  • Inspect the surface of the rods for any defects.
  • Ensure that the TIG welding rods are properly packaged to protect them from moisture, dirt and physical damage during storage and transportation.
  • Ensure the manufacturer or supplier.of the tig rods are reputed and reliable like Regent Steel & Engineering Co.
  • Verify that the ERNiFeCr-1 TIG welding rods comply with relevant industry standards.
FAQ
Which welding procedure use for Incoloy 825 welding wire ?
  • GMAW
  • GTAW
  • SMAW
What two properties are alloy 825  filler metals tested for?

tensile strength and yield strength

How do you protect nickel alloy 825 welding rods?

Keep in low-humidity and dry conditions

How long does UNS N08825 welding wire last?

one or two years

What is the annealing temperature of Incoloy 825 welding wire?

around 1725°F

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