GEN 625 / 625LHIW WELDING WIRE AND ROD
CWI Generation4™ Nickel Alloys
GEN 625 is used for MIG, TIG and SAW for nickel‐chromium‐molybdenum alloys, such as 601, 690, 800 and 825. It may also be used for cladding and welding dissimilar base metals such as Ni‐Cr‐Mo alloys to stainless, carbon and low alloy steels. GEN 625 offers excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance against organic and phosphoric acids as well as seawater.
Low Heat Input Wire (LHIW) offers an optimized chemistry that requires lower heat input levels to achieve adequate material flow, improved weld penetration, and consistent material bonding while maintaining chemical stability. GEN 625LHIW welding wire burns clean and provides high feedability rates, making it perfect for thermal spray and laser metal deposition processing methods in cladding and hardfacing applications.
All Welding products are supplied with a certificate of conformance stating physical and mechanical properties including alloy chemistry. Every welding product is manufactured to have its own unique lot identification number for full lot traceability.
Multiple packaging and shipping options are available from our facilities in the US, Canada, and the UK. Learn more about our products, the industries and applications we support, and how CWI Generation4™ welding wire can work for you.
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GEN 625 LHIW Composition
|C||Cr||Ni||Mo||Ti||Fe||Mn||Si||P||S||Cu||Nb + Ta||Al||Others|
|Max||0.10||20.0 — 23.0||64.5||8.0 — 10.0||0.40||5.0||0.50||0.50||0.02||0.015||0.50||3.15 — 4.15||0.40||0.50|