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Inconel 625 filler wire
What is the price of Inconel 625 filler wire?

The price of filler wire made of Inconel 625 depends on several factors, like:

  • The cost of the raw materials for producing Inconel 625 filler wire can significantly impact the price.
  • The demand and supply dynamics of the filler wire market can affect its pricing.
  • The complexity of the manufacturing process can impact the cost of production and subsequently the price.
  • Higher quality standards, tighter tolerances and specific certifications or specifications can impact the price.
  • The packaging, handling and transportation costs associated with the filler wire can contribute to the overall price.
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We are an authentic supplier of alloy 625 welding rod in India as per AWS A5.14

What are the 4 weld types for alloy 625?
  • Butt Weld: Two pieces of metal are joined end to end in a single plane. Butt welding is commonly used for joining alloy 625 plates, sheets, or pipes with similar thicknesses.
  • Fillet Weld- It is a triangular weld that joins two pieces of metal with the help of a UNS N06625 welding rod at an angle. Fillet welds are commonly used for joining alloy 625 components with varying thicknesses.
  • Socket Weld- Joining alloy 625 pipes or fittings by inserting the pipe end into a socket of a fitting and then welding the joint. They are used for smaller diameter pipes or fittings.
  • Overlay Weld- Depositing a layer of alloy 625 onto a base metal surface to provide enhanced corrosion or wear resistance. Overlay welds are commonly used for repairing or protecting surfaces in applications where resistance to harsh environments is critical

We specialise in providing custom-sized UNS N06625 welding wire and DIN 2.4856 tig rod at competitive prices to satisfy your needs.

Alloy 625 welding rod

Alloy 625 welding rod

UNS N06625 welding wire

UNS N06625 welding wire

DIN 2.4856 tig rod

DIN 2.4856 tig rod

What is TIG vs MIG welding?
  • TIG welding uses a non consumable DIN 2.4856 welding electrode to create an arc, while mig welding inconel 625 uses a consumable wire electrode.
  • TIG welding provides precise control and is ideal for welding thin materials. MIG welding has higher productivity and is suited for thicker materials and long weld runs.
  • The AMS 5581 tig rod gives high quality welds with an excellent aesthetic appearance. It requires more skill and time. MIG is easier to learn and provides faster deposition rates.

We offer nickel alloy 625 filler rods in Mumbai with diameters ranging from 1.6 to 6.4 mm as a dependable stockist. check out the full specification here

Inconel 625 filler wire specification
Inconel 625 welding wire diameter Certification ASME
0.5 to 1.6 mm AWS A5.14/A5.14M:2009 SFA A5.4
AWS Class Inconel 625 welding wire current Welding Position
As a stockholder of AMS 5581 tig wire, we are able to offer nickel 625 welding electrode in practically any size, with the best possible finish and quality.
Most selling types of alloy 625 welding rod
Alloy 625 filler rods

Alloy 625 filler rods

  • Length : upto 12000 mm
  • AWS A5.11 ERNiCrMo-3
  • AWS A5.11 ERNiCrMo-3
AMS 5581 tig wire

AMS 5581 tig wire

  • Inconel 625 welding wire dia: 0.06mm – 2.30 mm
  • Elongation : 30
  • Tolerance: +0.01mm / -0.07mm
Nickel 625 welding electrode

Nickel 625 welding electrode

  • MIG spool
  • TIG cut lengths
  • Coils & Reels
We offer the most affordable price for alloy 625 tig filler rod, 625 inconel welding wire reels and coils etc. with Mill TC, check their properties here
UNS N06625 welding wire equivalent
Inconel 625 welding wire ХН75МБТЮ NCF 625 2.4856 NA 21 N06625 NC22DNB4MNiCr22Mo9Nb NiCr23Fe
DIN 2.4856 tig rod mechanical properties
Inconel 625 welding wire
Tensile Strength Hardness Reduction of area 0.2% Proof Stress Elongation
Min Min Min Min Min
827 145 40 414 30
Nickel alloy 625 filler rods chemical properties
Inconel 625 welding wire
Ni Mn Cr Mo Ti Nb+Ta Fe C Si Ph S Co Al
Max 0.10 - 5 0.40 10 23 4.15 0.50 0.50 0.015 0.40 0.015 1.0
Min - Bal - - 8 20 3.15 - - - - - -
Sizes of AMS 5581 tig wire
Inconel 625 welding wire
Diameter mm 0.80 *4.70x 0.76 0.89 1.10 1.00 1.60 1.20 2.00 *3.20 2.40 *4.00x
Diameter in 0.031 0.187x 0.030 0.035 0.045 0.039 0.062 0.047 0.078 *0.125 0.093 *0.156x
Amperage settings of nickel 625 welding electrode
Inconel 625 welding wire diameter
inches (mm)
Amps Volts
3/32 (2.5) 180-200 16-19
1/16 (1.6) 170-190 15-18
1/8  (3.2)  95-210 18-20
Physical properties of alloy 625 tig filler rod
Melting Range °F 2350 - 2460
°C 1290 - 1350
Inconel 625 welding wire density g/cm3 8.44
lb/in.3 0.305
Vickers hardness values of 625 inconel welding wire
Inconel 625 welding wire Avg. Filler Cap Root
ERNiCrMo-3 Avg. hardness at the weld zone 230.8 229.8 241.1 221.5
Avg. hardness of the weldment 231.5 230.7 238.3 225.4
Peak hardness at the weld zone 275.9 264.6 294.1 269
Notch tensile properties of EN 2.4856 tig filler wire
Filler Wire Average
ductility (%)
Young’s modulus
Tensile strength
Proof Stress
strength ratio
    (GPa) (MPa) (0.2%) (NSR)
ERNiCrMo-3 30.4 % 235.5 720 365.1 1.11
Imapct test of AMS 5581 welding wire reels
Filler Wire Root Notch   Face Notch
ERNiCrMo-3 38 J   44 J
Typical welding parameters of DIN 2.4856 tig welding rods
Inconel 625 welding wire typical welding parameters
Diameter Amps (V/OH) Volt Process Amps (flat)
(mm) in
(0.9)  .035 Spray Transfer 100% Argon 26-29 GMAW 150-190
 (1.2)  .045  Spray Transfer 100% Argon  28-32 GMAW 180-220
 (1.6)  1/16  Spray Transfer 100% Argon  29-33 GMAW 200-250
 (1.6)  1/16  100% Argon  14-18 GTAW 90-130
 (2.4)  3/32 100% Argon  15-20 GTAW 120-175
 (3.2)  1/8  100% Argon  15-20 GTAW 150-220
Which electrode use for alloy 625? why ?

DIN 2.4856 welding electrode is specifically used for alloy 625. It is specifically designed and formulated to match the composition and properties of alloy 625, ensuring compatibility and optimal weld quality. The electrode is quite easy to use and is suitable for both experienced welders and those new to welding alloy 625.

What kind of certification should I seek from my supplier of inconel 625 filler rod ?
  • Request a mill test certificate providing detailed information about the composition, mechanical properties,and manufacturing process of the Inconel 625 filler rods.
  • Look for certifications that demonstrate the supplier has implemented and maintains a quality management system.
  • UNS N06625 welding rod should conform to relevant industry standards.
  • Seek traceability documentation that enables the tracking of the filler rods back to their manufacturing origin.
  • Check if the supplier has additional certifications or accreditations relevant to the industry. You can directly contact renowned alloy 625 supplier Regent Steel & Engineering Co to know about this in detail.
Does moisture affect UNS n06625 welding wire?

Yes, moisture can affect UNS N06625 welding wire. Inconel 625 is a nickel based alloy that can be sensitive to moisture during storage and handling. Exposure to moisture can lead to:

  • Moisture can introduce hydrogen into the welding wire which can cause hydrogen embrittlement. This can result in reduced weld strength and increased susceptibility to cracking.
  • Moisture can promote surface oxidation. It forms a layer of oxide that may negatively impact the weld quality.
  • Moisture can contribute to corrosion of the welding wire and compromise its integrity and performance.
Why inconel 625 filler wire is used in welding?

to fill the space between two close-fitting materials

How is UNS N06625 wire speed calculated?

its calculated as per formula for example. 030-inch wire, multiply by 2 inches per amp 

What is the velocity of AMS 5581wire?

millions of kilometers per hour

What are the 4 types of alloy 625 filler metal?
  • welding fluxes
  • bare
  • covered
  • tubular
Why is DIN 2.4856 TIG used?

its ability to produce strong, quality welds on thin materials