16TC32 WIA Austarc 16TC Hydrogen Controlled Arc Welding Electrodes / Select 2.5, 3.2, 4.0, 5.0mm - 5Kg Pk

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16TC32

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Flat Position - Fillet JointHorizontal Position - Fillet JointVertical Position - UpOverhead Position - Fillet JointOverhead Position - Butt JointHorizontal Fixed Pipe Position - UpFlat Position - Butt JointHorizontal Position - Butt Joint

MANUFACTURED USING A UNIQUE TWIN COATING EXTRUSION PROCESS FOR SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED ARC STABILITY & CONTROL

Relied upon by Australia’s welding industry, the 16TC is the preferred electrode in Australia.

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications

The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

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  • MMAW

Description

Flat Position - Fillet JointHorizontal Position - Fillet JointVertical Position - UpOverhead Position - Fillet JointOverhead Position - Butt JointHorizontal Fixed Pipe Position - UpFlat Position - Butt JointHorizontal Position - Butt Joint

MANUFACTURED USING A UNIQUE TWIN COATING EXTRUSION PROCESS FOR SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED ARC STABILITY & CONTROL

Relied upon by Australia’s welding industry, the 16TC is the preferred electrode in Australia.

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications

The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

  • SMAW
  • MMAW

CLASSIFICATION

  • AS/NZS 4855-B – E49 16 A U H10
  • AWS A5.1: E7016 H8

SPECIFICATIONS

Typical All Weld Metal Chemical Analysis
C Mn Si P S Fe
0.05 1.16 0.42 0.013 0.006 Bal
Typical All Weld Metal Mechanical Analysis
Yield Strength Tensile Strength Elongation CVN Impact Values
460 Mpa 560 MPa 28% 130J @ -20°C
110J @ -40°C

Austarc-16TC-Data-Sheet_2021.pdf (welding.com.au)

  • Sub Zero Temperature Applications
  • Structural Steel
  • Single Sided Weld Joints
  • Pipe Welding
  • Maintenance Applications
  • Highly Restrained Joints
  • Buffer Layer Prior to Hard Surfacing Build-Up
  • 16TC25 (2.5mm)
  • 16TC32 (3.2mm)
  • 16TC40 (4.0mm)
  • 16TC50 (5.0mm)

Austarc 16TC | Hydrogen Controlled | Arc Welding Electrodes | Filler Metals | WIA

Description

Flat Position - Fillet JointHorizontal Position - Fillet JointVertical Position - UpOverhead Position - Fillet JointOverhead Position - Butt JointHorizontal Fixed Pipe Position - UpFlat Position - Butt JointHorizontal Position - Butt Joint

MANUFACTURED USING A UNIQUE TWIN COATING EXTRUSION PROCESS FOR SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED ARC STABILITY & CONTROL

Relied upon by Australia’s welding industry, the 16TC is the preferred electrode in Australia.

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications

The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

  • SMAW
  • MMAW

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16TC25 – 2.5mm – 2.5KG, 16TC32 – 3.2mm – 5KG, 16TC40 – 4.0mm – 5KG, 16TC50 – 5.0mm – 5KG

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