GMAW-GTAW massiv Draht


High mechanical properties and very good weldability, suitable for high operating temperatures up to 1100°C.


CEWELD 410 is a martensitic stainless steel that is heat-treatable. It has a nominal weld metal composition of 12% Chromium. These weld deposits are air-hardenable that can normally be heat-treated after welding.

SG 1

Extreme easy to weld with excellent welding properties suitable for welding galvanized plates or weld deposits that have to be galvanized afterwards due to the low silicon content. High world wide excepted quality with controlled cast and helix for semi and or semi–automatic applications. Weldable with Co2 and Mix gas.

NiTi3 Tig

The reaction of titanium with carbon maintains a low level of free carbon and enables the filler metal to be used with Nickel 201. The weld metal has good corrosion resistance, particularly in alkali’s.

Alloy X

CEWELD Alloy X is a nickel- chromium-iron-molybdenum alloy that possesses an exceptional combination of oxidation resistance, fabricability and high-temperature strength. It has also been found to be exceptionally resistant to stress-corrosion cracking in petrochemical applications. CEWELD Alloy X exhibits good ductility after prolonged exposure at temperatures of 1200, 1400, 1600F (650, 760 and 870C) for 16,000 hours. Suitable for joining and cladding Nickel alloys, stainless steel, carbon steel and low alloyed steels. UNS: N06002

Nicro 602 CA Tig

Excellent welding properties with high build-up capacity and low dilution rate. Excellent resistance against temperature cycling conditions upto 1200oC and carburized medias. Excellent fatique strenght and creep properties.


Sound, pore free deposits on ferrous and non-ferrous base materials with excellent wetting. Due to the excellent wetting and low melting point welding speeds can be achieved upto 2 mtr/min. The weld deposit offers a corrosion resistance similar to AISI 304.

MA 4115

A stainless steel alloy for the assembly and cladding of 17% chromium alloys and age hardfacing components where heat and corrosion resistance similar to AISI 304 is required.
The weld deposit can withstand working temperatures up to 450°C and offers high hardness and wear resistance.

320 Tig

CEWELD  320 Tig was designed specifically to withstand sulfuric acid. Its nickel, chromium, molybdenum and copper levels all provide excellent general corrosion resistance. Restricted carbon plus columbium stabilization permits welded fabrications to be used in corrosive environments, normally without post-weld heat treatment. At 33% nickel, CEWELD 320 has practical immunity to chloride stress corrosion cracking. This alloy is often chosen to solve SCC problems, which may occur with 316L stainless


•       Special alloyed copper wire for Mig and Tig welding
•       The weld metal is a Cu-Al bronze with high aluminium content
•       Sound, pore free deposits.


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