TENSAWELD® MANG-312 WELD WIRE
The Mang-312 weld wire is formulated to weld dissimilar products such as manganese to Carbon Steel. The high level of ferrite makes the weld metal very resistant to cracking, even when highly diluted. It provides superb performance characteristics in all positions, using either 100% CO2 or 75-80% Ar/Balance CO2 shielding gas. Flat, well-washed beads can be achieved with minimal weaving. Spatter is very low and slag peeling is excellent, minimizing cleanup. Shielding gas mixtures with more than 75-80% argon are not recommended.
Clifton Steel strives to provide our customers with a confident experience while deciding what wire to purchase. That’s why we’ve taken the guesswork out of the buying experience. By developing these wires to compliment our products, we guarantee compatibility when partnered with our material.
TENSAWELD® MANG-312 WELD WIRE SPECIFICATIONS
- Magnetic Separator Drums
- Manganese Rails
- Stainless Digester Plates
- Stainless Coal Chutes
- Welding Stainless to Manganese
Classification: E312T1-1, E312T1-4 per AWS A5.22
TYPICAL ALL-WELD METAL ANALYSIS
Ferrite Number (WRC, 1992) – 60
CONDITIONS OF USE
|DC (+)||Gas Shielded|
TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES (CO2)*
|Ultimate Tensile Strength (psi)||Yield Strength (psi)||Percent Elongation|
*Strength levels will be slightly higher with 75-80% Ar/Balance CO2.
Flat, half up and half down
TYPICAL WELDING PARAMETERS
|Diameter||WFS (ipm)||Amperage||Voltage||CTWED (in)||Dep. Rate (lbs/hr)|
|0.045"||250||130||24||5/8 - 3/4"||5.4|
|0.045"||300||160||26||5/8 - 3/4"||6.3|
|0.045"||425||200||28||5/8 - 3/4"||9.2|
|0.045"||780||270||34||5/8 - 3/4"||16.2|
|1/16"||150||190||25||3/4 - 1"||5.4|
|1/16"||195||215||27||3/4 - 1" ||7|
|1/16"||240||250||28||3/4 - 1"||8.6|
|1/16"||320||305||29||3/4 - 1"||11.5|
*Optimum conditions are in boldface type. Lower by 1-2 volts when using 75-80% Ar/Balance CO2.
IMPORTANT: SPECIAL VENTILATION AND/OR EXHAUST REQUIRED
Fumes from the normal use of some welding products can contain significant quantities of components – such as chromium and manganese – which can lower the 5.0 mg/m3 maximum exposure guideline for general welding fume.
Before use, read and understand the material safety data sheet (MSDS) for this product and specific information printed on the product container.