sif products | tig rods - stainless steel

A molybdenum bearing, stainless steel filler rod with low carbon content. • It is corrosion resistant for welding molybdenum bearing austenitic stainless steels.

Stainless steel filler rod suitable for welding 18/8 (304) austenitic stainless steels • Providing good corrosion and wear resistance.

This stainless rod contains higher chromium and nickel. • It can be used for joining material of similar composition and also dissimilar stainless steels.

This is a 29.9 stainless TIG filler rod, suitable for: • Difficult-to-weld steels (Mn steels, tool and spring steels) • Also dissimilar materials • High resistance to weld metal cracking.

Stainless steel filler rod suitable for welding 18/8 (304) austenitic stainless steels • Providing good corrosion and wear resistance.

Stainless steel filler rod, niobium stabilised to prevent weld decay, giving excellent corrosion resistance. Suitable for use on 18/8 type stainless steel, Nb and Ti stabilised, such as 304, 321 and where the weld is subjected to temperatures above 400oC.

A solid corrosion-resistant, chromium-nickel rod for TIG welding heat-resistant austenitic steels with high 25% Cr / 20% Ni contents. • Offers good general oxidation resistance - especially at high temperatures - and is therefore common in industrial furnaces and heat exchangers • Fully austenitic therefore sensitive to hot cracking.

This 309LSI stainless rod contains higher chromium and nickel. • It can be used for joining material of similar composition and also dissimilar stainless steels.

A 2209 duplex rod for welding austenitic-ferritic stainless alloys where a high resistance to general corrosion, intergranular corrosion, pitting and stress corrosion is required. • Increasingly popular in sour pipeline and offshore work.

A 2594 duplex rod for welding austenitic-ferritic stainless alloys where a high resistance to general corrosion, intergranular corrosion, pitting and stress corrosion is required. Increasingly popular in sour pipeline and offshore work.