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Zander - Covered Stick Electrodes
Type Zanter DIN EN ISO 2560-ADIN 1913 APLICATION
Covered stick for welding of analloyed and low alloyed steel grades
GELB
E 38 0 RC 1 1
E 43 22 R (C) 3
Rutile-containing covered stick electrode
with medium-thickness coating for
fixed-position welding.
Universal applications in steel,
machine, ship and vehicle construction.
BLAU E 42 0 RR 1 2
E 51 32 RR 8
E 51 22 RR 6
Rutile-containing covered stick electrode
with high-thickness coating for
especially smooth seams with very
good slag removability.
Universal application, e.g. H I, H II
StE 255 - StE 355, 17 Mn4
Working temp. +0 °C to +450 °C
ROT P E 38 2 RB 1 2
E 43 43 RR (B) 7
Rutile-based covered stick electrode
for dynamically stressed welds on steel
grades from H I, H II to StE 385.7
Applications are bridge, pipeline, boiler,
tank and ship construction.
The weld metal has excellent mechanical-
technological quality characteristics
and high resistance to rupture. The
electrode is very appropriate for
root-run welding.
Working temperatures: - 20 °C to
+ 450 °C.
Kb SE E 38 2 B 1 2 H 10
E 51 43 B (R) 10
Basic twin-coated electrode with hickthickness
coat and very good weldability
with alternating current, even with
smaller transformers.
Smooth seam finish without undercuts.
Universally applicable e.g. with the
materials H I, H II, StE 255 to StE
355, 17 Mn 4
Kb SCHWARZ AN E 42 4 B 32 H 5
E 51 53 B 10
Basic covered stick electrode with highthickness
coating for high-grade,
tearproof joint welds with high impact
strength.
This covered stick electrode is universally
applicable in boiler, tank and steel
construction.
Covered stick for welding of low alloyed greep resistant steel grades
Kb Mo - Ti Mo E Mo B 4 2
E Mo B 20+
E Mo R 1 2
E Mo R 2 2
The Mo-alloyed basic covered stick
electrode Zander Kb Mo is used for
joint welds in pipe, boiler and tank construction.
The rutile-coated electrode
Zander Ti Mo, also for low- and
medium-alloyed steel grades, has
excellent gap-bridging properties even
in fixed-position welding.
Appropriate e.g. for the materials H I,
H II, StE 255 to StE 460, 17 Mn 4,
19 Mn 5, 15 Mo 3,
GS - 22 Mo V 22, GS - 24 Mn Mo 5.
Max. working temperatures
up to 550 °C; tough at sub-zero
temperatures down to -40 °C.
KB CRO MO 1      TI  CRO MO 1 E Cr Mo 1 B 12 H 5
E Cr Mo 1 B 26
1.7346
E Cr Mo 1 R 1 2
E Cr Mo 1 R 22
The Cr Mo-alloyed basic covered stick
electrode Zander Kb Cro Mo 1 is used
for joint welds in boiler and pipeline
construction. The rutile-coated rod electrode
Zander Ti Cro Mo 1, with the
same field of application, is especially
appropriate for root welds.
Appropriate e.g. for the materials
13 Cr Mo 44, GS 17 Cr Mo 55,
GS 22 Cr Mo 54
max. working temperatures
up to 550 °C
KB CRO MO 2 E Cr Mo 2 B 1 2 H 5
E Cr Mo 2 B 26
1.7384
The Cr Mo-alloyed basic covered stick
electrode Zander Kb Cro Mo 2 is used
for joint welding in boiler and pipeline
construction.
Appropriate e.g. for the materials
10 Cr Mo 9 10, 12 Cr Mo 9 10,
GS-18 Cr Mo 9 10
Max. working temperatures
up to 600 °C
This electrode is also used for the joining
of high-grade joints with low-alloy
heat-treated steel grades
up to 1100 N/mm2.
Covered stick for welding of high alloyed steel grades
4306 LCW E 19 9 LR 1 2
E 19 9 LR 23
For joint welds of austenitic Cr Ni steel
grades.
Working temperatures up to 350 °C,
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -196 °C
Materials e.g. 1.4301, 1.4306,1.4308,
1.4541, 1.4552, 1.4948, 1.4550
4551W E 19 9 Nb R 1 2

E 19 9 Nb R 23
For joint welds of stabilized austenitic
Cr Ni steel grades
Working temperatures up to 400 °C,
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -110 °C
Materials e.g. 1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308,
1.4550, 1.4541, 1.4552,
1.4948, 1.4878
4435LCW E 19 12 3 LR 1 2
E 19 12 3 LR 23
For joint welds of austenitic Cr Ni Mo
steel grades
Working temperatures up to 400 °C,
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -60 °C
Materials e.g. 1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308,
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4552,
1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4581, 1.4583,
1.4948
4430 FALL
E 19 12 3 LR 1 1
E 19 12 3 LR 16
For joint welds of austenitic Cr Ni Mo
steel grades
Working temperatures up to 400 °C,
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -60 °C
Materials e.g. 1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308,
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4552,
1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4581, 1.4583,
1.4948
4581W
E 19 12 3 Nb R 1 2
E 19 12 3 Nb R 23
For joint welds of stabilized austenitic
Cr NI Mo steel grades
Working temperatures up to 400°C,
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -60°C
Materials e.g. 1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308,
1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4552,
1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4581, 1.4583,
1.4948
4462W
E 22 9 3 N LR 1 2
E 22 9 3 N LR 23
For joint welds of ferritic austenitic steel
grades (duplex steel grades)
Working temperatures up to 250 °C
for the welding of e.g. materials
1.4417, 1.4462 as well as of these steel
grades with: H I, H II, StE 255, StE 355,
17 Mn 4, 15 Mo 3, 1.4583
Covered stick for welding of heat resistand and scaling resistand steel grades
4820w
E 25 4 R 1 2
1.4620
E 25 4 R 23
For joints and applications on 25/4 Cr
Ni steel grades of equal type as well as
for applications on standard heat-resistant
steel grades.
The weld metal is scaling-resistant up
to 1050 °C
Typical materials are e.g.
1.4821, 1.4340, 1.4347
4829w
E 23 12 LR 1 2
1.4829
E 23 12 LR 23
For joints of steel grades of different
types. Appropriate as buffer layer for
corrosion-resistant platings.
Scaling-resistant up to 1050 °C.
Typical materials are, e.g.
1.4742, 1.4826, 1.4828, 1.4878
4842w
E 25 20 R 1 2
1.4842
E 25 20 R 23
For joints and applications on heat- and
scaling-resistant steel grades.
Scaling-resistant up to 1200 °C
Typical materials are, e.g.
1.4713, 1.4762, 1.4710, 1.4832,
1.4837, 1.4841, 1.4845, 1.4846,
1.4848
Covered stick for welding of selected high alloyed steel grades
4015 fe
E 17 R 5 2
1.4015
E 17 MPR 23 140
For joints on sealing surfaces for gas,
water and steam fittings.
Typical materials are, e.g.: 1.4057,
1.4059, 1.4740, 1.4742
4351 fe
E 13 4 R 5 3
1.4351
E13 4 MPR 23 150
For joints and applications on 13% Cr
as well as Cr Ni steel grades of equal
types.
Field of application: Water turbines
typical materials are, e.g.: 1.4000,
1.4001, 1.4002, 1.4313
4519 HE
E 20 25 5 Cu N LR 3 2
1.4519
E 20 25 5 Cu LR 23 160
For joints and applications on austenitic
Cr Ni Mo Cu steel grades.
Corrosion-resistant to reducing fluids
(wet corrosion up to 350 °C)
typical materials are, e.g.: 1.4505,
1.4539, 1.4465, 1.4536
Covered stick for welding of difficulty weldable steel grades and for the joining of deferent steel grades
Cro Ni 29/9
29/9 Fe
E 29 9 R 1 2
E 29 9 R 23
E 29 9 R 5 3
E 29 9 MPR 23 160
Austenitic ferritic special electrode for
joint welds on difficultly weldable basic
materials.
Typical materials are, e.g., spring steel,
straight manganese steel, high-speed
steel, tool steel.
4370 W
4370 Fe
4370 Kb
E 18 8 Mn R 1 2
E 18 8 Mn R 23
E 18 8 Mn R 5 3
E 18 8 Mn MPR 23 160
E 18 8 Mn B 2 2
E 18 8 Mn B 20+
For joints and applications on steel grades
of different type (black-and-white
joints) as well as for expandable intermediate
layers (buffer layers) for hard
applications.
Electrodes are very appropriate for
joints of straight manganese steel.
Working temperatures up to 350 °C,
scaling resistant up to 850 °C
4332 W
E 23 12 L R 12
E 23 12 L R 23
For joint welds on difficultly weldable
steel grades as well as for corrosionresistant
platings. Buffer layers on
plated sheet steel are other typical
applications.
Heat and scaling resistant up to
approx. 1000°C.
Ni Cro Mo W
E 20 10 3 LR 1 2
E 20 10 3 LR 23
For joints of ferritic with austenitic
materials (black-and-white joints)
e.g. CrNi steel grades with H I, H II,
St E 255, 17 Mn 4.
4829 Mo W
E 23 12 2 LR 1 2
E 23 12 2 LR 23
For joints of austenitic with ferritic steel
grades as well as for buffer layers on
plated sheet steel.
The weld metal is heat and scaling
resistant up to 1100 °C.
Covered Stick Electrodes for Cast Iron Welding
Gold 2
E Ni BG 1 1 The covered stick electrode Zander
Gold 2 is a special electrode for cast
iron welding at low amperage.
Gold 2 is appropriate for the repairing
of damaged grey cast iron and
malleable cast iron parts.
Hardness: approx. 160 HB
The welding point can be prepared e.g.
with the electrode Zander Ausnut N.
Super- Ni Fe
E Ni Fe BG 11 Very softly welding special electrode
with bimetal core wire for higher currencies.
The electrode Super NiFe guarantees
high resistance to rupture and is
especially appropriate for grey cast iron
and spheroidal cast iron with each other
as well as for cast iron in connection
with ferritic steel grades.
Hardness: Approx. 190 HB
Ni Fe 60/40
E Ni Fe BG 11 Covered stick electode with nickel iron
core wire for especially tear-resistant
welds on grey cast iron and spheroidal
cast iron.
Hardness: approx. 170 HB
Ni Fe 60/40 K
E Ni Fe BG 11 Same application and characteristics as
covered stick electrode Ni Fe 60/40,
but with copper-plated core wire.
This electrode allows for excellent flank
joints. It has optimum surface activation
properties.
Hardness: approx. 190 HB
Covered Stick Electrodes for Welding of Selected Nickel Alloys DIN 1736
Nickel R
El - Ni Ti 3
2.4156
Covered stick electrode for joint and
overlay welding of nickel alloys, nickelplated
metal sheets, joints of copper
and copper alloys with steel grades as
well as of Monel or tin bronze with
steel grades.
Ni Cu R
El - Ni - Cu 30 Mn
2.4366
Coverd stick electrode for joint and
overlay welding of Ni - Cu alloys, as
well as of NiCu-plated metal sheets in
chemical apparatus engineering and in
the petrochemical industry.
Typical materials: 2.4360, 2.4375
Nickel-Based Covered Stick Electrodes for Welding of Selected Materials- EN ISO 14172-DIN 1736
Nicro A
E - Ni 6082
(Ni Cr 20 Mn 3 Nb)
EL - Ni Cr 19 Nb
2.4648
The covered stick electrode is
appropriate for joints and applications
on heat-resistant Cr and CrNi
steel grades with nickel-based
alloys. The electrode is also
appropriate for joints of copper
and copper alloys.
Maximum working temperature in
sulphur-containing atmosphere
500°C.
Typical materials: 2.4816, 1. 4876,
1.4539
Nicro AS
E NI 6082
(Ni Cr 15 Fe 6 Mn)
EL - Ni Cr 15 Fe 6 Mn
2.4620
This covered stick electrode is
appropriate e.g. for mixed joints
such as material 1.4583 with ferritic
boiler sheets up to 15 Mo, for
steel with copper alloys, steel with
Ni alloys.
Depending on the material combination,
working temperatures of up
to 550°C are permissible. The weld
metal is tough at sub-zero temperatures
down to -269°C.
Typical materials: 1.4876, 2.4816,
1.5 - 5.0% nickel steel grades
which are tough at sub-zero
temperatures, X 8 Ni 9
Nicro Super
E Ni 6625
(Ni Cr 22 Mo 9 Nb)
EL - Ni Cr 20 Mo 9 Nb
2.4621
This electrode provides a completely
austenitic weld metal with high
resistance to corrosive agents, pitting,
stress cracking and crevice
corrosion. The weld metal is heatresistant
up to 1000 °C,
scale-resistant up to 1100 °C, and
tough at sub-zero temperatures
down to -196 °C.
Typical materials:
1.4876, 2.4816, 2.4851, 2.4856,
2.4858, 2.4951, 2.4952, 1.6900 -
1.6909, 1.4529, 1.4539, 1.5662
Alloy Co
E 23 - UM - 250 - CKNTZ
2.4883
This high-performance covered
stick electrode with a turnout of
170% is weldable with alternating
current.
The weld metal is resistant to
oxidating and reducing agents.
The resistant layer will also harden
up to 400 HB at high temperatures
without deformation of the weld
metal.
Covered Stick Electrodes for Repairing and Joining of Tool Steel Grades DIN 8555
D 45 R
E3 - UM - 50 T
The covered stick electrode
Zander D 45 R is used for repairing of
hot working tools of the same type of
material and for the application of heatresistant
edges or surfaces on tools
made of low-alloy steel grades.
Examples for application: Dies, punching
tools, extrusion dies.
D 59 R
E4 - UM - 60 - ST
The covered stick electrode
Zander D 59 R is used for repairing of
hot working tools of the same type of
material.
The structure can be improved by
appropriate heat treatment. Examples
for application: Punching tools, dies,
shear blades, forging dies, punch mandrel,
guide rails.
D 60 R
E4 - UM - 60 - ST
1.3346
Covered stick electrode for the repair
of high-speed working tools of Mo
alloys, e.g. form cutters, broaches,
roughing and smoothening tools,
straight knives.
D 61 R
E4 - UM - 65 - ST
1.3255
Very thickly coated electrode with a turnout
of approx 140% for the reinforcing
of cutting edges on tool edges made of
low-alloy or unalloyed steel grades as
well as for the application of hard layers
to cold and hot working cutting tools,
e.g. straight knives, tapping tools and
spiral drills.
Hardness approx. 60 to 65 HRC
Tungsten Carbide-Based Covered Stick Electrodes DIN 8555
DURIT U
E 21 - UM - 60 - CG
Zander DURIT U is an iron-based tube filled with
fusible tungsten carbide. The electrode is electrically
weldable because it is equipped with coating material.
The weld metal consists of a steel matrix with
embedded tungsten carbides.
Application: Tools in mining, road construction, well
sinking, boring engineering.
DURIT Ni U
E 21 - UM - 60 - CG
The alloy of this electrode consists of a Ni - Cr - B - Si
matrix with embedded fusible tungsten carbides. This
alloys has a very high resistance to acids, lyes and
other corrosive agents.
The very low melting temperature of the electrode
ZANDER DURIT Ni A U allows for excellent flow
characteristics in processing.
Examples for application are mixer blades, spiral conveyors,
deep-bore tools, corrosion-resistant applications
against highly abrasive wear in chemical and food
industry.
DURIT S 70 U
E 21 - UM - 70 CZ
Zander S 70 U is an electrode with a core of sintered
tungsten carbide equipped with a press coat. It is
especially appropriate for the application of resistant
layers to workpieces which are subject to very high
abrasive wear due to flow, such as mixer blades, sand
mixer blades, spiral conveyors in the ceramic industry.
Covered Stick Electrodes for Hardfacing DIN 8555
Mn Cr 17/14
E7 - UM - 250 - KP
The covered stick electrode Zander Mn 17/14 produces
a corrosion-resistant, non-magnetic weld metal with high
strength for extreme impact loading and pressure loading.
It is universally applicable in rail and shunting switch
construction and on austenitic manganese steel.
Hardness at welding approx. 220 HB, after solidification
approx. 55 HRC.
E 25 W
E1 - UM - 300 - P
This welding additive is for tough, workable wear-resistant
applications. Examples for applications are crane sprokkets,
rims, rails, shafts, slideways and worm gears.
E 60 W
E6 - UM - 60 - P
The covered stick electrode Zander E 60 W is for tough,
abrasion-resistant layers on machine parts made of
construction steel, cast steel and manganese steel.
Examples for application are gravel pumps, spiral
conveyors, baffle plates and plough shares.
E 60 Ti
E 6 - UM - 60 - P
This high-performance electrode is weldable with alternating
current and has a turnout of 160%. It is used for the
application of resistant layers to parts exposed to wear,
such as pulleys, baffle plates, excavator parts and edge
runners.
EH Cr 59
E 10 - UM - 60 - GR
Covered stick electrode for corrosion-resistant applications
with high resistance to wear. The rod electrode is
used wherever abrasive wear is to be expected even
under humidity.
Typical components: e.g. kneaders and press screws
EH Cr 61
E 10 - UM - 65 - GR
Covered stick electrode for wear-resistant applications
which are exposed to highly abrasive wear, with a
turnout of 240%.
Fields of application are, e.g. the application of resistant
layers to cement and concrete pumps, shovel edges and
mixer blades.
EH Cr 63
E 10 - UM - 65 - GR
Covered stick electrode for wear-resistant non-corroding
hard resistant layers.
Fields of application: High abrasive wear under humidity.
Examples for application: Concrete pumps, spiral
conveyors.
EH Cr 65
E 10 - UM - 65 - GRZ
High performance covered stick electrode with a turnout
of 240%, with embedded CrNbMo carbides against
abrasive wear at high temperatures of up to 600°C.
e.g. clinker brick cutters, blast furnace housings, fire
grates. Especially appropriate for the cutting of glowing
coke and slags.
The electrode has a turnout of 240%.
EH Cr V 67
E 10 - UM - 65 - GZ
Covered stick electrode for resistant layers of high resistance
to wear in different temperature ranges. The finegrained
structure of the alloy avoids washing-out of the
matrix and allows for a high scratch resistance of the
weld metal. Examples for application are concrete pumps,
clinker brick cutters, ore treatment plants.
Covered Stick Electrodes for Hardfacing with Cobalt-Based Alloys DIN 8555
Kobastell 1 U
E 20 - UM - 55 - CTZ
The covered stick electrode Zander
Kobastell 1U provides the hardest
weld metal of standard cobalt-based
alloys with the highest resistance to
abrasion and impact. This alloy is not
only extremely hard at red heat, but
also reaches its original hardness after
cooling down.
Typical applications are: Applications
to grinding gears and edge runners, to
wear rings and grippers in the chemical
industry.
Kobastell 6 U
E 20 - UM - 40 - CTZ
The covered stick electrode Zander
Kobastell 6 U is the most common
cobalt-based alloy. It is used wherever
impact stress and also corrosion and
considerable temperature changes
(temperature shocks) occur in addition
to wear.
Kobastell 12 U
U E 20 - UM - 50 - CTZ
The weld metal of the covered stick
electrode Zander Kobastell 12 U has a
higher resistance to wear than
Kobastell 6 U and is more resistant to
temperature shocks and impact stress
than Kobastell 1 U.
This alloy is used e.g. with tools in hard
wood, paper and plastics industry.
Kobastell 21 U
E 20 - UM - 300 - CTZ
The covered stick electrode Zander
Kobastell 21 U produces the toughest,
most corrosion-resistant and most
heat-resistant weld metal of the standard
cobalt alloys. Additionally, the
emerging weld metal has a very good
resistance to impacts and is workhardening.
It has excellent sliding properties
on metal/metal , is temperatureresistant
up to 800°C and for short
periods even up to 1100 °C.
Typical applications are e.g. applications
to hot working tools exposed to
high stress, of valve seats in internal
combustion engines and gas turbines
as well as of temperature, stirring and
grinding tools.
Covered Stick Electrodes for Welding of Bronze Grades and Other Selected Copper Alloys DIN 8555- DIN 8555
Albro W
EL - Cu Al 9
E 31 - UM - 150 C
2.0926
The covered stick electrode Zander
Albro W is appropriate for joint and
overlay welding on aluminium and
bronze grades of up to 10% as well as
for wear- and erosion-resistant applications
on steel, cast steel and cast iron.
The weld metal is resistant to acids,
sea water and can be polished to high
gloss.
It is used e.g. for sliding bearings,
guide tracks and contact skids for lifting
devices.
Albro Mn S
EL - Cu Mn 14 Al
E 31 - UM 150 CN
2.1368
The covered stick electrode Zander
Albro Mn S is used for joint and overlay
welding on aluminium and multi-material
bronze grades as well as for applications
on copper/copper alloys and steel
grades.
Typical applications are e.g. Pelton
wheels, Kaplan blades, pump housings
and ship propellers.
Zibro 6 W
EL Cu Sn 7
2.1025
The covered stick electrode Zander
Zibro 6 W is a tin bronze welding
additive for welds on copper, brass,
phosphorous and tin bronze grades as
well as for platings on low-alloy steel
grades and cast steel. The hardness is
80 to 100 HB .
Kupfer R
EL - Cu Mn 2
2.1363
The covered stick electrode Zander
Kupfer R is appropriate for joint and
overlay welds on all oxygen-free copper
grades such as the materials
2.0040, 2.0070, 2.0076, 2.0090
Cu Ni 70/30
EL - Cu Ni 30 Mn
2.0838
The covered stick electrode Zander
CuNi 70/30 is appropriate for joint and
overlay welds on copper alloys with
10 to 30 % nickel.
It is applied e.g. in chemical apparatus
engineering, sea-water desalting
plants, ship construction and off-shore
engineering
Basic materials are e.g.
Cu Ni 20 Fe, 2.0878,
Cu Ni 30 Fe, 2.0882
Covered Stick Electrodes for Welding of Aluminium Alloys- DIN 1732
Al 99,8
EL - Al 99,8
3.0286
The covered stick electrode Zander
Alu 99,8 is appropriate for joint and
repair welding of pure aluminium in
boiler, tank and apparatus construction.
Typical basic materials: e.g. Al 98,
Al 99, Al 99,5 and Al 99,8.
With sheet thicknesses above 15 mm,
pre-heating up to a minimum of 150°C
is recommendable.
Al Si 5
EL - Al Si 5
3.2245
The covered stick electrode is appropriate
for the welding of wrought and
cast alloys of aluminium.
Materials: e.g. Al Si 5, G-Al Si 7 Mg,
Al Mg Si 0,5 - Al Mg Si 1,0
Hardness approx. 45 HB 10
Please note: Pre-heat metal sheets
thicker than 15 mm to approx. 150°C.
Al Si 12
EL - Al Si 12
3.2585
The covered stick electrode is appropriate
for the welding of Al Si cast
alloys with more than 7% Si.
e.g. G - Al Si 10 Mg, G - Al Si 9 Mg,
G- Al Si 6 Cu 4
Zander - Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods as well as Special
Autogenous Welding Rods
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Unalloyed and Low-Alloyed Steel Grades
Type: Zander
EN ISO 14341- A
DIN 1913
Application
SG 2
W - SG 2
G 42 2 C G 3 Si 1
SG 2
W 42 2 C W 3 Si 1
WSG 2
Rutile-containing rod electrode with medium-
thickness coating for fixed-position
welding. Universal applications in steel,
machine, ship and vehicle construction.
As an alternative to the electrode, the
compact wire or the flux cored wire can
be used.
SG 3
W - SG 3
G 46 2 C G 4 Si 1/
G 46 4 M G 4 Si 1
SG 3
W 46 2 C W 4 Si 1
W 46 4 M G 4
Basic rod electrode with thick coating for
high-grade tear-resistant joint welds with
high impact strength. Compact wire, universally
applicable in boiler, tank and steel
construction. Use low diameters for vertical
down-weld. Flux cored wire with highly basic
slag characteristic for St 37 - 2,
St 52 - 3, St E 255 - St E 355,
17 Mn 4, 19 Mn 5, St 50, St 60, St 70,
GS - 38, GS - 52, GS 60
Ship construction steel grades A, B, D, E
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Low-Alloyes Creep Resistant Steel Grades EN ISO 21952 - A- DIN 8575
S - Mo
W - Mo
G 2 Mo / G Mo Si
MSG Mo
1.5424
W 2 Mo / W Mo Si
WSG Mo
Mo alloyed wire electrode and TIG rod
for joint welds in pipe, boiler and tank construction.
For H I, H II, StE 255 - StE 460,
17 Mn 4, 19 Mn 5, 15 Mo 3,
GS - 22 Mo V 22, GS - 24 Mn Mo 5
Working temperatures up to 550 °C
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -40° C, Timo + 0 °C
S - Cromo 1
W - Cromo 1
G Cr Mo 1 Si
MSG - Cr Mo 1
1.7339
W Cr Mo 1 Si
WSG - Cr Mo 1
Wire electrode and TIG welding rod
for 13 Cr Mo 44, GS 17 Cr Mo 55,
GS 22 Cr Mo 54
Working temperature up to 550 °C
S - Cromo 2
W - Cromo 2
G Cr Mo 2 Si
MSG Cr Mo 2
1.7384
W Cr Mo 2 Si
WSG Cr Mo 2
CrMo alloyed wire electrode and TIG welding
rod for joint welds in boiler and pipeline
construction
e.g. for materials 10 Cr Mo 9 10,
12 Cr Mo 9 10, GS-18 Cr Mo 9 10.
Working temperatures up to 600 °C.
This grade is also used for low-alloy heattreated
steel up to 1100 N/mm2 .
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of High-Alloyed Steel Grades EN ISO 14343 - A-DIN 8556
S - 4316
W - 4316
G 19 9 L Si
MSG-X 2 Cr Ni 19 9
1.4316
W 19 9 L Si
WSG-X 2 Cr Ni 19 9
For joint welds on austenitic Cr Ni steel
grades.
Working temperature up to 350 °C
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -196 °C
1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308, 1.4541, 1.4552,
1.4948, 1.4550
S - 4551
W - 4551
G 19 9 Nb Si
MSG - X 5 CrNiNb 19 9
1.4551
W 19 9 Nb Si
WSG - X 5 CrNiNb 19 9
For joint welds on stabilized austenitic
Cr Ni steel grades.
Working temperature up to 400 °C
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -110 °C
1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308, 1.4550, 1.4541,
1.4552, 1.4948, 1.4878
S - 4430
W - 4430
G 19 12 3 L Si
MSG - X 2 CrNiMo 19 12 3
1.4430
W 19 12 3 L Si
WSG - X 2 CrNiMo 19 12 3
For joint welds on stabilized austenitic
Cr Ni Mo steel grades.
Working temperature up to 400 °C
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -60 °C
1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308, 1.4401, 1.4404,
1.4408, 1.4435, 1.4436, 1.4541, 1.4550,
1.4552, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4581, 1.4583,
1.4948
S - 4576
W - 4576
G 19 12 3 Nb Si
MSG - X5 CrNiMoNb 19 12 3
1.4576
W 19 12 3 Nb Si
WSG - X5 CrNiMoNb 19 12 3
For joint welds on stabilized austenitic
Cr Ni Mo steel grades.
Working temperature up to 400 °C
tough at sub-zero temperatures down
to -60 °C
1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308, 1.4401, 1.4404,
1.4408, 1.4435, 1.4436, 1.4541, 1.4550,
1.4552, 1.4571, 1.4573, 1.4581, 1.4583,
1.4948
S - 4462
W - 4462
G 22 9 3 N L
MSG - X 2 CrNiMoN 22 5 3
1.4462
W 22 9 3 N L
WSG - X 2 CrNiMoN 22 5 3
For joint welds of ferritic austenitic steel
grades (duplex steel grades) as well as for
the joining of these steel grades with materials
such as H I, H II, StE 255, StE 355,
17 Mn 4, 15 Mo 3,
Basic materials are, e.g. the grades 1.4583,
1.4417, 1.4462
Working temperatures up to 250 °C.
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Heat-Resistant and Scaling-Resistant Steel Grades-EN ISO 14343 - A-DIN 8556
S - 4829
W - 4829
G 22 12 H
MSG - X 12 Cr Ni 24 12
W 22 12 H
WSG - X 12 Cr Ni 24 12
Welding additive for joints of different types of
steel grades. Is also used as a buffer layer for
corrosion-resistant platings.
Scaling-resistant up to 1050 °C.
Materials are e.g.: 1.4710, 1.4712,
1.4713, 1.4729, 1.4740, 1.4828, 1.4825,
1.4878
S - 4842
W - 4842
G 25 20
MSG - X 12 Cr Ni 25 20
W 25 20
WSG - X 12 Cr Ni 25 20
Welding additives for joints and applications
on heat-resistant and scaling-resistant steel
grades.
Scaling-resistant up to 1200 °C.
Welded materials are e.g. 1.4713, 1.4762,
1.4710, 1.4832, 1.4837, 1.4841, 1.4845,
1.4846, and 1.4848
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Selected High-Alloyed Materials-EN ISO 14343 - A-DIN 8556
S - 4015
G 17
MSG - X 8 Cr 18
Zander welding additive for joints on sealing
surfaces for gas, water and steam fittings.
Welded materials are e.g.: 1.4057, 1.4059,
1.4740, 1.4742
S - 4351
W - 4351
G 13 4
MSG - X 3 Cr Ni 13 4
W 13 4
WSG - X 3 Cr Ni 13 4
Zander welding additive for joints and
applications on 13% Cr and Cr Ni steel grades
of the same type.
Field of application: Water turbines
Welded materials are e.g.: 1.4000, 1.4001,
1.4002, 1.4313
S - 4519
W - 4519
G 20 25 5 Cu L
MSG - X 2 CrNiMoCu 20 25
W 20 25 5 Cu L
WSG - X 2 CrNiMoCu 20 25
Zander welding additive for joints and applications
on austenitic Cr Ni Mo Cu steel grades.
Weld metal is corrosion-resistant to reducing
agents at wet corrosion up to 350 °C.
Welded materials are e.g.: 1.4505, 1.4539,
1.4465, 1.4536
Zander - Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Difficultly Weldable Steel Grades and for Joining of Different Materials (Repairing, Austenitic-Ferritic Joints)-EN ISO 14343 - A-DIN 8556
S - 4337
W - 4337
G 29 9
MSG - X 10 Cr Ni 30 9
1.4337
W 29 9
WSG - X 10 Cr Ni 30 9
Austenitic ferritic special electrode for joint
welds on difficultly weldable basic materials.
E.g. Spring steel, manganese steel, highspeed
steel, tool steel.
S - 4370
W - 4370
G 18 8 Mn
MSG - X 15 Cr Ni Mn 18 8
1.4370
W 18 8 Mn
WSG - X 15 Cr Ni Mn 18 8
For joints and applications on steel grades
of different types (black-and-white welds) as
well as for expandable inserts before hard
metal applications.
Especially appropriate for joint of manganese
steel.
Working temperatures up to 350 °C
Scaling-resistant up to 850 °C
S - 4332
W - 4332
G 23 12 L Si
MSG - X 2 Cr Ni 24 12
1.4332
W 24 12 L Si
WSG - X 2 Cr Ni 24 12
Welding additive for joints of steel grades of
different types, it is also used as buffer layer
for corrosion-resistant platings.
Scaling-resistant up to 1100 °C
S - 4431
W - 4431
G 20 10 3
MSG - X 12 CrNiMo 19 10
1.4431
W 20 10 3
WSG - X 12 CrNiMo 19 10
For joints of ferritic with austenitic materials
(black-and-white joints), e.g. CrNi steel
grades with H I, H II, St E 255,
17 Mn 4.
Nickel-Based Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of High-Alloyed Materials-EN ISO 18274- DIN 1736
S - Nicro A
W - Nicro A
S Ni 6082
MSG - Ni Cr 20 Nb
2.4806
S Nii 6082
WSG - Ni Cr 20 Nb
This compact wire or TIG welding rod is
used for joints and applications on
heat-resistant Cr and Cr Ni steel grades
with Ni-based alloys.
In sulphur-containing atmosphere,
the working temperature is limited
to 500 °C.
Typical materials are e.g.: 2.4816,
1. 4876, 1.4539
S - Nicro Super
W - Nicro Super
S Ni 6625
MSG - Ni Cr 21 Mo 9 Nb
2.4831
S Ni 6625
WSG - Ni Cr 21 Mo 9 Nb
The welding additive produces a fully
austenitic weld metal with high resistance
to corrosive agents, pitting,
stress cracking and crevice corrosion.
The alloy is heat-resistant up to
1000 °C, scaling-resistant up to
1100 °C, and tough at sub-zero
temperatures down to -196 °C.
1.4876, 2.4816, 2.4851, 2.4856,
2.4858, 2.4951, 2.4952, 1.6900 to
1.6909, 1.4529, 1.4539, 1.5662
Nickel-Based Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Selected Nickel-Based Alloys-EN ISO 18274- DIN 1736
S - Nickel R
W - Nickel R
S Ni 2061
MSG - Ni Ti 4
2.4155
S Ni 2061
WSG - Ni Ti 4
The compact wire Zander S - Nickel R
and the TIG welding rod Zander W -
Nickel R are used for joint and overlay
welds of nickel alloys, nickel-plated
metal sheets, as well as for the joining
of combinations of copper and copper
alloys with steel grades as well as of
Monel and tin bronze with steel.
S - Ni Cu R
W - Ni Cu R
S Ni 4060
MSG - Ni Cu 30 Mn Ti
2.4377
S Ni 4060
WSG - Ni Cu 30 Mn Ti
The compact wire Zander S - Ni Cu R
and the TIG welding rod W - Ni Cu R
are used for joint and overlay welds of
Ni-Cu alloys as well as of nickel copper
plated metal sheets in chemical apparatus
engineering and in the petrochemical
industry.
Typical materials are e.g. the nickelbased
alloys 2.4360 and 2.4375
Solid Wire and TIG Welding Rod for Cast Iron Welding-EN ISO 1071 DIN 8573
S - Ni Fe 60/40
W - Ni Fe 60/40
SC Ni Fe - 1
MSG - Ni Fe - 1
WSG - Ni Fe - 1
1.2560
The compact wire and the TIG welding
rod for tear-resistant welds on grey cast
iron, malleable cast iron and spheroidal
cast iron.
Hardness: approx. 170 HB
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Tool Steel Grades-DIN 8555
S - 2567
W - 2567
MSG 3 - GZ - 45 T
1.2567
WSG 3 - GZ - 45 T
This additive is used for the welding of
new tools or tool to be repaired made of
hot working steel.
Applications are e.g. press bushes,
press mandrels and piercers, pressing
and punching dies, die plates, compressing
tools, punching tools and press
discs.
The hardness is 43 to 45 HRC.
S - 2343
W - 2343
MSG 3 - GZ - 55 T
1.2343
WSG 3 - GZ - 55 T
The compact wire or TIG welding rod
Zander S / W - 2343 is used for overlay
welds on hot working steel grades for
working temperatures of up to 500°C.
Examples for application are continuous
casting rollers, hot shearing blades, pressure
casting molds, die plates and other
components.
The hardness of the weld metal is 53 to
55 HRC.
S - 3348
W - 3348
MSG 4 - GZ - 60 - S
1.3348
WSG 4 - GZ - 60 - S
The compact wire or TIG welding rod
Zander S / W - 3348 is used for the
repair of Mo alloyed high-speed tools
such as form cutters, broaches, roughening
and smoothening tools and straight
knives.
The hardness of the weld metal is 59 to
62 HRC.
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Hardfacing-DIN 8555
S - 350
W - 350
MSG 2 - GZ - 350
1.8405
WSG 2 - GZ - 350
The compact wire Zander S - 350 and
TIG welding rod Zander W - 350 are
used for overlay welds on components
made of construction steel or cast steel.
Typical applications are pulleys, bearing
surfaces, slideways, guides, conveyor
rollers, rims, rails and couplings.
S - 600
W - 600
MSG 6 - GZ -60
1.4718
WSG 6 - GZ -60
The compact wire Zander S - 600 and
the TIG welding rod W - 600 are used
for overlay welds on components with
high impact stress and considerable friction
wear.
Fields of application are, e.g. resistant
layers on pulleys, sledge hammers,
excavator teeth and blades, of spiral
conveyors and ripping knives.
It provides a hardness in the range from
57 to 60 HRC.
S - 650
W - 650
MSG 3 - GZ - 60 - T
1.2606
WSG 3 - GZ - 60 T
The compact wire Zander S - 650 and
TIG welding rod Zander W - 650
are used for the application of resistant
layers on parts exposed to wear such as
pulleys, baffle plates, excavator parts
and edge runners. Further applications
are track tamping pickles, impact drill
cutters, cutter chucks, shredder hammers
and parts for stone processing
plants. The hardness is 58 to 60 HRC.
Zander TIG and Autogenous Welding Rods for Cobalt-Based Hardfacing-DIN 8555
W - Kobastell 1
WSG 20 - GO - 55 - CTZ
The TIG welding rod provides the
hardest weld metal of standard cobaltbased
alloys with the highest resistance
to abrasion and impact. This alloy is not
only extremely hard at red heat, but also
reaches its original hardness after
cooling down.
Typical applications are: Applications to
grinding gears and edge runners, to
wear rings and grippers in the chemical
industry.
The hardness of the weld metal is
50 to 55 HRC.
W - Kobastell 6
WSG 20 - GO - 45 - CTZ
The welding consumable W - Kobastell
6 is used wherever temperature shocks,
impact stress and also corrosion go
along with wear.
W - Kobastell is the most commonly
used cobalt-based welding additive.
The hardness of the weld metal is 40 to
43 HRC.
W - Kobastell 12
WSG 20 - GO - 50 - CTZ
The weld metal of the welding rod
Zander W - Kobastell 12 has a higher
resistance to wear than Kobastell 6 and
is more resistant to temperature shocks
and impact stress than Kobastell 1.
Applications: Tools in hard wood, paper
and plastics industry.
It can reach a hardness of 45 to 47
HRC.
W - Kobastell 21
WSG 20 - GO - 300 - CTZ
The TIG welding rod Zander
W - Kobastell 21 produces the toughest,
most corrosion-resistant and most heatresistant
weld metal of the standard
cobalt alloys. Additionally, the emerging
weld metal has a very good resistance
to impacts and is work-hardening. It has
excellent sliding properties on
metal/metal, it is temperature-resistant
up to 800 °C and for short periods even
up to 1100 °C.
Typical applications are e.g. applications
to hot working tools exposed to high
stress, of valve seats in internal
combustion engines and gas turbines
as well as of temperature, stirring and
grinding tools.
Hardness in welded condition:
approx. 35 HRC, after hardening:
up to 48 HRC.
Zander TIG-Welding and Autogenous Welding Rods with Tungsten-Melted-Carbides DIN 8555
DURIT A
G 21 - G F - 60 - GP
Zander Autogeneous DURIT A is a tube which is
filled with tungsten melded carbides (TMC). It is
used for hardfacing of low alloyed steels or cast
steels (C < 0,45).
The high hardness of the fusible tungsten
carbide produces a high resistance to wear of
the application.
Fields of application are the application of resistant
layers on tools in road construction, well
sinking, mining and in drilling technology.
DURIT Ni A
G 21 - GS - 350 - GR
The Durit Ni A alloy consists of a Ni - Cr - B - Si
- matrix with embedded fusible tungsten carbides.
This alloys has a very high resistance to
acids, lyes and other corrosive agents.
The very low melting temperature of the electrode
Zander DURIT Ni A U allows for excellent
flow characteristics in processing.
Applications: Mixer blades, spiral conveyors,
deep-bore tools, corrosion-resistant applications
against highly abrasive wear in chemical and
food industry, stabilizers, deep boring tools.
The matrix hardness is approx. 56 HRC, the
hardness of the fusible tungsten carbide is
2200 to 2300 HV.
DURIT B
flexible rod
G 21 - GS - 350 - GR
The flexible rod Zander Durit B is an autogenously
weldable special alloy of a Ni - Cr - B -
Si - matrix with a very high percentage of fusible
tungsten carbide. Available as flexible rod or in
coils. The weld metal has a very good resistance
to abrasion, acids, lyes and other corrosive
agents. Since the melting point is approx.
1050°C, the weld metal has excellent flow characteristics.
This additive is also available as a
continuous electrode on coils.
The matrix hardness is approx. 56 HRC. The
hardness of the fusible tungsten carbide is
2200 to 2300 HV.
DURIT CS

The Durit CS autogenous welding rod includes
gross compact carbide metals grains, which are
embedded in a special Cu - Ni - Zn matrix.
The fields of application for the Zander
DURIT CS autogenous rods are especially in
deep boring engineering. e.g. for the application
of resistant layers of drill bits, face cutters,
six-blade chisels, etc.
The following standard granulations are available:
1.6 - 3.2; 3.2 - 4.8; 4.8 - 6.4 und 6.4 -
8.0. Standard rod length is approx. 450 mm.
The carbide metal percentage is approx. 65 %
Zander - Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Bronze Grades and Other Copper Alloys DIN 14640- DIN 1733
S - Cu Si 3
W - Cu Si 3
S Cu 6560
SG - Cu Si 3
2.1461
S Cu 6560
WSG - Cu Si 3
Welding consumables for the welding
of copper, silicon and copper-mangan
alloys are e.g. Cu Si 2 Mn, Cu Si 3 Mn,
Cu Mn 2, Cu Mn 5, brass, red bronze
Rg 5, Rg 7
S - Albro
W - Albro
S Cu 6100
SG - Cu Al 8
2.0921
S Cu 6100
WSG - Cu Al 8
The solid wire Zander S - Albro and the
TIG welding rod Zander W - Albro are
used for joint and overlay welding on
aluminium and bronze grades of up to
10% as well as for wear- and erosionresistant
applications on steel, cast
steel and cast iron. The weld metal is
resistant to acids, sea water and can
be polished to high brilliance.
e.g. sliding bearings, guide tracks and
contact skids for lifting devices.
S - Albro Mn S
W - Albro Mn S
S Cu 6338
SG - Cu Mn 13 Al 7
2.1368
S Cu 6338
WSG - CuMn 13 Al 7
The solid wire Zander S-Albro
Mn S and the TIG welding rod W-Albro
Mn S are used for joint and overlay
welding on aluminium and multi-material
bronze grades as well as for applications
on copper/copper alloys and steel
grades.
Typical applications are Pelton wheels,
Kaplan blades, pump housings and
ship propellers.
S - Kupfer R
W - Kupfer R
~ S Cu 1898
SG - Cu Sn
2.1006
~ S Cu 1898
WSG - Cu Sn
The solid wire or TIG welding rod
Zander Kupfer R is appropriate for joint
and overlay welds on all oxygen-free
copper grades such as 2.0040, 2.0070,
2.0076, 2.0090
Typical fields of application are the joint
and overlay welding in apparatus and
pipeline construction on all weldable
copper grades.
approx. 60 HB
S - Zibro 6
W - Zibro 6
S Cu 5180
SG - Cu Sn 6
2.1022
S Cu 5180
WSG - Cu Sn 6
Tin bronze welding additive for welds
on copper, brass, phosphorous and tin
bronze grades as well as for platings
on low-alloy steel grades and cast
steel.
80 to 100 HB 10
S - Zibro 12
W - Zibro 12
S Cu 5410
SG - Cu Sn 13
2.1056
S Cu 5410
WSG - Cu Sn 13
Tin bronze welding additive for welds
on copper, brass, phosphorous and tin
bronze grades as well as for platings
on low-alloy steel grades and cast
steel.
80 to 100 HB 10
S - Cu Ni 70/30
W - Cu Ni 70/30
S Cu 7158
SG - Cu Ni 30 Fe
2.0837
S Cu 7158
WSG - Cu Ni 30 Fe
Solid wire and TIG welding rod for joint
and overlay welds on copper alloys
with 10 to 30 % nickel.
Application: Chemical apparatus engineering,
sea-water desalting plants,
ship construction, off-shore engineering
Materials are e.g. Cu Ni 20 Fe, 2.0878,
Cu Ni 30 Fe, 2.0882
Solid Wires and TIG Welding Rods for Welding of Aluminium Alloys-EN ISO 18273- DIN 1732
S - Al 99,5 Ti
W - Al 99,5 Ti
S AL 1450 (Al 99,5 Ti)
SG - Al 99,5 Ti
3.0805
S AL 1450 (Al 99,5 Ti)
WSG - Al 99,5 Ti
Welding additive for joint and repair
welds on pure aluminium in boiler, tank
and apparatus construction. Typical
basis materials: Al 98, Al 99, Al 99,5
and Al 99,8.
With sheet thickness higher than 15
mm preheat to at least 150°C .
S - Al Si 5
W - Al Si 5
AL 4043 (AlSi 5)
SG - Al Si 5
3.2245
AL 4043 (AlSi 5)
WSG - Al Si 5
Appropriate for the welding of wrought
and cast alloys of aluminium.
Materials: e.g. Al Si 5, G-Al Si 7 Mg,
Al Mg Si 0,5 - Al Mg Si 1,0
Please note: Pre-heat metal sheets
thicker than 15 mm to approx. 150°C.
Hardness approx. 45 HB 10.
S - Al Si 12
W - Al Si 12
S Al 4047 (AlSi 12)
SG - Al Si 12
3.2585
S Al 4047 (AlSi 12)
WSG - Al Si 12
Welding additive for aluminium magnesium
alloys. The weld seam zone must
be an uncoated metallic surface.
Sheets > 15 mm must be pre-heated to
approx. 150 °C .
Basic materials: Al Mg 2.7 Mn, Al Mg
4,5 Mn.Combinations: Pure aluminium
with Al Mg 5.
S - Al Mg 5
W - Al Mg 5
S Al 5356
(Al Mg 5 Cr (A))
SG - Al Mg 5
3.3556
S Al 5356
(Al Mg 5 Cr (A))
WSG - Al Mg 5
Welding additive for aluminium magnesium
alloys. The weld seam zone must
be an uncoated metallic surface.
Sheets > 15 mm must be pre-heated
to approx. 150 °C .
Basic materials: Al Mg 2.7 Mn,
Al Mg 4,5 Mn.
Combinations: Pure aluminium with
Al Mg 5
S - Al Mg 4,5 Mn
W - Al Mg 4,5 Mn
S Al 5183
(Al Mg 4,5 Mn 0,7)
SG - Al Mg 4,5 Mn
3.3548
S - Al 5183
(Al Mg 4,5 Mn 0,7)
WSG - Al Mg 4,5 Mn
Welding additive for aluminium magnesium
alloys. The weld seam zone must
be an uncoated metallic surface.
Sheets > 15 mm must be pre-heated
to approx. 150 °C.
Basic materials: Al Mg 3,
Al Mg 2 Mn 0,8, Al Mg 2.7 Mn
resistant to weather and sea water.
S - Al Mg 3 Mn
W - Al Mg 3 Mn
S Al 5754 (Al Mg 3)
SG - Al Mg 3 Mn
3.3536
S Al 5754 (Al Mg 3)
WSG - Al Mg 3 Mn
Welding additive for aluminium magnesium
alloys. The weld seam zone must
be an uncoated metallic surface.
Sheets > 15 mm must be pre-heated
to approx. 150 °C .
Basic materials: Al Mg 3,
Al Mg 2 Mn 0,8, Al Mg 2.7 Mn
resistant to weather and sea water.
Flux-Cored Welding Wires
Zander - Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Joint Welding of Low-Alloyed Steel Grades-EN ISO 17632 - A
F - 13 R
T 46 2 P C 1 H 5
T 46 4 P M 1 H 5
The flux-cored welding wire Zander F - 13 R
can be welded by using CO2 and mixed gas
M 21. It is fast solidifying slag makes this
rutile flux-core welding wire also appropriate
for fixed-position welding.
This flux-cored welding wire can be used universally
in steel, machine, ship and vehicle
construction as well as in pipeline construction
and in general machine construction.
F - 31 B
T 42 4 B C 3 H5
T 42 4 BM 3 H5
The basic flux-cored welding wire Zander
F - 31 B produces a highly basic weld metal
which is very resistant to rupture at high
mechanical and technological quality specifications.
There is only little spattering and the
weld seams are X-ray proof. This welding
consumable is also very appropriate for highcarbon
steel grades and mixed joints whose
welding is critical. Its metallurgical properties
make this seamless flux-cored welding wire
ideal for repair and production welding as
well as for buffer layers in the application of
resistant layers.
F - 10 M
T 46 4 M M 1 5
The flux-cored welding wire F - 10 M is a
seamless metal powder flux-cored welding
wire without slag, which will usually be
welded by using M 21 and also CO2. This
flux-cored welding wire can be used universally
in both short arc and spray arc welding.
Further advantages in addition to good reignition
properties (roboter welds) are an
excellent crevice bridging (root-run welding)
and above all the cost effectiveness of this
high-performance flux-cored welding wire.
Multi-layer welding is possible without inprocess
cleaning of the weld seam!
F - H 50 M
T 50 4 Z M M 1 H5
The flux-cored welding wire Zander F - H 50
M is also a seamless metal powder fluxcored
welding wire without slag for mixed
gas M 21, which can be used universally in
crane, steel, tank and apparatus construction.
Advantages are its good re-ignition properties,
multi-layer welding without in-process
cleaning of the weld seam, excellent
crevice bridging, high-performance type for
the cost-effective manufacturing and the use
in short-arc and spray-arc welding.
Typical materials are unalloyed construction
steel grades, boiler and pipe steel grades (P
235 to P 355 N) and also fine grain construction
steel grades such as S 255 to S 500 as
well as steel grades according to API standard
such as X 42 bX 80.
F - H 69 M
T 69 6 Z M M 1 H 5
The metal powder flux-cored welding wire
Zander F - H 69 M has similar welding properties
as the seamless flux-cored welding
wire F - H 50 M. The mechanical and technological
quality specifications of the weld
metal are so good, because the nickel content
is higher than that of F - H 50 M, that
even fine grain construction steel grades up
to S 550 and high strength steel grades of
the quality X 42 bX 1000 can be welded. For
steel grades with higher strength, flux-cored
welding wires are alloyed with additional
alloy elements (Cr, Mo).
Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Welding of Low-Alloyed Creep Resistant Steel Grades-EN ISO 17632 - A-EN 12071
F - Mo B
T 46 2 Mo B C 3 H 5
T 46 2 Mo B M 3 H 5
The highly basic seamless flux-cored
welding wire Zander F - Mo is used for
joint welds in pipeline, boiler and tank
construction.
Fields of application are low-alloyed
creep resistant steel grades such as
15 Mo 3. the grades GS - 22 Mo V. GS
- 24 Mn Mo 5 and the boiler sheets H I,
H II and H III and also the welding of
materials such as 17 Mn 4 and
19 Mn 5.
F - CrMo 1 B
T Cr Mo 1 B C 3 H 5
T Cr Mo 1 B M 3 H 5
The highly basic seamless flux-cored
welding wire Zander F - Cr Mo 1 is
used for joint welds in boiler and
pipeline construction.
Typical applications for this flux-cored
welding wire are the joint welding of the
low-alloyed steel grades 13 Cr Mo 4 5,
GS 17 Cr Mo 55, GS 22 Cr Mo 54,
ASTM grades such as A 182, A 387 and
A 217 as well as similar materials,
A rutile flux-cored welding wire Zander
F - CrMo 1 R is also available.
F - Cromo 2 B
T Cr Mo 2 B M 3 H 5
T Cr Mo 2 B C 3 H 5
The highly basic flux-cored welding wire
Zander F - CrMo 9 10 is used for the
joint welding of various materials in boiler
and pipeline construction. The highly
basic slag in connection with the very
low hydrogen content makes the weld
metal highly resistant to rupture.
Typical materials are e.g. the low-alloyed
creep resistant steel grades
10 Cr Mo 9 10, and 12 Cr Mo 9 10.
Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Welding of Several High-Alloyed Steel Grades-EN ISO 17633 - A
F - 308 L
T 19 9 L R M 3
T 19 9 L R C3
1.4316
The flux-cored welding wire Zander
F - 308 L is used for joint welds on austenitic
CrNi steel grades, which are
applied at working temperatures of
up to 350°C.
The weld metal is tough at sub-zero
temperatures down to -196°C.
Typical materials are e.g.:
1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4308, 1.4541, 1.4552,
1.4948, 1.4550
F - 316 L
T 19 12 3 L R M 3
T 19 12 3 L R C 3
1.4430
The alloyed rutile flux-cored welding wire
Zander F - 316 L is appropriate for joint
welds on stabilized austenitic Cr Ni Mo steel
grades. Maximum working temperatures up
to 400°C. The weld metal is tough at subzero
temperatures down to -60°C.
Typical materials are e.g.: 1.4301, 1.4306,
1.4308, 1.4401, 1.4404, 1.4408, 1.4435,
1.4436, 1.4541, 1.4550, 1.4552, 1.4571,
1.4573, 1.4581,
1.4583, 1.4948
F - 22 09
T 22 9 3 N L R M 3
T 22 9 3 N L R C 3
1.4462
The alloyed rutile flux-cored welding
wire Zander F - 22 09 is used for joint
welds and platings of corrosion-resistant
ferritic austenitic duplex steel grades.
The weld metal of 30% ferrite and 70%
austenite is especially resistant to crevice
corrosion, pitting and stress corrosion
cracking in chloride and hydrosulphide
containing agents. With its maximum
working temperature of 250°C, this
welding additive is used primarily in
chemical apparatus construction and in
off-shore engineering.
Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Welding of Heat Resistant Steel Grades-EN ISO 17633 - A
F - 309 L Mo
T 23 12 2 L R M 3
T 23 12 2 L R C 3
1.4459
The alloyed rutile flux-cored welding
wire Zander F - 309 Mo L is used for
corrosion-resistant platings but also for
joints of austenitic steel grades with
ferritic steel grades as well as for buffer
layers in platings, since the weld metal
is very resistant to rupture. For the
welding in fixed positions, a flux-cored
welding wire variant with fast-setting
slag is available.
F - 310
T 25 20 R M 3
T 25 20 R C 3
14842
The alloyed rutile flux-cored welding
wire Zander F - 310 is used for the joint
welding of heat-resistant Cr and CrNi
steel grades and cast steel. The fully
austenitic weld metal is scaling-resistant
up to +1200°C, but not resistant to
sulphur-containing gases.
Flux-Cored Welding Wire for Welding of Difficultly Weldable Steel Grades (Repairing) and for Welding of Different Steel Grades-EN 12073
F - 309 L
T 23 12 L R M 3
T 23 12 L R C 3
1.4332
The alloyed rutile flux-cored welding wire
Zander F - 309 L is used e.g. for joint welds
of different steel grades (black-and-white
joints: CrNi and CrNiMo steel grades with
unalloyed steel grades) or also as a corrosion-
resistant buffer layer in the corresponding
resistant layers. The weld metal is
resistant to scaling up to approx. 850°C.
With mixed black-and-white joints, the
working temperature must be limited to
300°C, depending on the joined materials.
F - 307
T 18 8 Mn R M 3
T 19 9 Mn R C 3
1.4370
The alloyed rutile flux-cored welding wire
Zander F - 307 is used e.g. for the flawless
joint and overlay welding on heat-treated
steel grades, metal wearing plates, corrosion-
resistant steel grades and manganese
steel grades. Another field of application are
black-and-white joints and buffer layers.
Whereas the maximum working temperature
with black-and-white joints is 300°C, the
weld metal is resistant to scaling up to
850°C when steel grades of the same type
are welded.
Flux-Cored Welding Wire for Welding of Cast Iron-EN 12073
F - Ni Fe 60/40
MF - Ni Fe - 2
Rod electrode with nickel iron core for especially
tear-resistant welds on grey cast iron
and spheroidal cast iron.
Hardness: approx 170 HB
The compact wire S - Nife 60/40 is appropriate
for joints on grey cast iron, malleable
cast iron and spheroidal cast iron.
Ni-Based Flux-Cored Wires for Welding of Selected Materials-DIN 1736 DIN 8555
F - Nicro A
MF - NICr 19 Nb
For joint and overlay welding on heatresistant
Cr and Cr Ni steel grades with
nickel-based alloys. The electrode is
also appropriate for joints of copper and
copper alloys. Temperature limit 500°C
in sulphur-containing atmospheres,
800 °C for seams subject to full stress
Typical materials are e.g.:
2.4816, 1. 4876, 1.4539
F - Nicro Super
MF - Ni Cr 20 Mo 9 Nb
This welding additive produces a fully
austenitic weld metal with high resistance
to corrosive agents, pitting,
stress cracking and crevice corrosion.
Heat-resistant up to 1000°C, tough at
sub-zero temperatures down to -196 °C
Typical materials are e.g.:
1.4876, 2.4816, 2.4851, 2.4856,
2.4858, 2.4951, 2.4952, 1.6900 -
1.6909, 1.4529, 1.4539, 1.5662
F - Nicrolloy
MF - 23-200-CKNPTZ
2.4887
The flux-cored welding wire Zander is
a Ni-based high-alloyed CrMo and
tungsten flux-cored welding wire.
The weld metal is corrosion-resistant
under both oxidizing and reducing conditions.
The toughness of the resistant layers
can be increased by impact stress
(up to 400 HB even at higher temperatures).
With resistant layers of higher
thicknesses, the lower layers should be
applied by using Zander S - 4337 or
S - 4370.
Examples for application are overlay
welds on forging dies, hot pressing dies
and hammer ridges.
F - Nicrolloy Co
MF - 23 - 250 - CKNTZ
2.4883
The weld metal is resistant to oxidising
and reducing agents. Resistant layers
will harden up to 400 HB even at high
temperatures without deformation of the
weld metal.
Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Hardfacing DIN 8555
F-Mn Cr 17/14
M F 7 - 200 - KP
Corrosion-resistant non-magnetic flux-cored welding
wire with high resistance for extreme impact
and pressure stress. This flux-cored welding wire
is universally applicable in rail and shunting
switch construction and for resistant layers on
manganese steel.
Hardness after welding: Approx. 220 HB,
after peen hardening approx. 55 HRC.
F - 300
MF 1 - 300 - P
This flux-cored welding wire produces a tough,
workable and wear-resistant overlay application.
Examples for application are crane pulleys, rims,
rails, shafts, slideways and spirals.
The hardness of the weld metal is 275 - 325 HB.
F - 600
MF 6 - 55 - RP
This flux-cored welding wire is appropriate for
overlay welds which are exposed to high impact
stress and friction wear.
Fields of application are e.g. pulleys, sledge
hammers, excavator teeth, spiral conveyors,
ripping knives, etc.
The hardness is 57 to 60 HRC.
F - 601
MF 6 - 60 - PT
This flux-cored welding wire is used for tough,
abrasion-resistant layers on machine parts made
of construction steel, cast steel and manganese
steel.
Application examples: Gravel pumps, spiral
conveyors, baffle plates, plough shares, etc.
The hardness of the weld metal is 58 to 60 HRC.
F - EH Cr 59
MF 10 - 65 GR
Zander flux-cored welding wire for highly wearresistant
and corrosion-resistant applications. It
is used wherever abrasive wear under humidity
is to be expected.
Application examples are kneaders, press
screws etc.
The hardness is 57 to 60 HRC.
F - EH Cr 61
MF 10 - 65 - GR
Zander flux-cored welding wire for wear-resistant
applications which are subject to highly abrasive
wear.
Fields of application are e.g. cement and concrete
pumps, shovel edges, mixer blades.
The hardness is 63 to 65 HRC.
F - EH Cr 63
MF 10 - 65 - GR
Welding additive for wear-resistant and corrosion-
resistant hard resistant layers.
Fields of application: Highly abrasive wear under
humidity.
E.g. concrete pumps, spiral conveyors.
The hardness is 60 to 64 HRC.
F - EH Cr 65
E 10 - UM - 65 - GRZ
This Zander flux-cored wire with integrated
CrNbMo-carbides is against abrasive wear at
high temperatures (up to 600 °C).
The maximum hardness is 63 - 65 HRC.
F - EH Cr V 67
MF 10 - 65 - GZ
Zander flux-cored welding wire with embedded
CrNbMo carbides against abrasive wear at high
temperatures up to approx. 600 °C.
Application examples: Klinker brick cutters,
bell-type distribution gears of blast furnaces,
fire grids.
The hardness is 63 to 65 HRC.
F - EH Cr 68
MF 10 - 70 - GCZ
Flux-cored welding wire for highly wear-resistant
layers at abrasive wear and high temperatures.
At a temperature of 600 °C, the hardness is still
approx. 60 HRC.
This flux-cored welding wire is used e.g. for the
application of resistant layers on heating
screens, grinding faces.
The hardness is 68 to 70 HRC.
Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Cobalt-Based Hardfacing-DIN 8555 DIN EN 14700
F - Kobastell 1
MF 20 - GF - 55 - CKTZ
T Co 2 - 55 - CKTZ
The flux-cored welding wire Zander F -
Kobastell 1 provides the hardest weld
metal of standard cobalt-based alloys with
the highest resistance to abrasion and
impact. This alloys is not only extremely
hard at red heat, but also reaches its
original hardness after cooling down.
Applications are e.g. overlay welds on
grinding gears and edge runners, wear
rings and grippers in the chemical industry.
The hardness is 50 to 55 HRC.
F - Kobastell 6
MF 20 - GF - 45 - CKTZ
T Co 2 - 45 - CKTZ
The flux-cored welding wire Zander
F - Kobastell 6 is used for components
with which wear goes along with temperature
shocks, impact stress or corrosion.
Kobastell 6 is the most common cobaltbased
alloy.
The hardness is 40 to 43 HRC.
F - Kobastell 12
MF 20 - GF - 50 - CTZ
T Co 2 50 - CTZ
The flux-cored welding wire Zander
F - Kobastell 12. This welding additives
have a higher wear resistance than
Kobastell 6 and are more resistant to
temperature shocks and impact stress
than Kobastell 1.
Application: Tools in hard wood, paper
and plastics industry.
The hardness is 45 to 47 HRC.
F - Kobastell 21
MF 20 - GF - 350 - CKTZ
T Co - 350 - CKTZ
The flux-cored welding wire Zander
F - Kobastell 21 produces the toughest,
most corrosion-resistant and most heatresistant
weld metal of the standard
cobalt alloys. Additionally, this cobalt
alloy has a considerable resistance to
impacts and is work-hardening. It has
excellent sliding properties on
metal/metal, is temperature-resistant up
to 800°C and for short periods even up
to 1100 °C.
Application e.g. hot working tools exposed
to high stress, of valve seats in
internal combustion engines and gas turbines
as well as of temperature, stirring
and grinding tools.
The hardness is approx. 35 HRC in
welded condition, after setting up to
48 HRC.
Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Hardfacing with Tungsten Melted Carbide (TMC)-DIN 8555 DIN EN 14700
F - Durit Fe
MF 21 - GF- 65 - GZ
T Fe 20 - 65 - GZ
This flux-cored welding wire is applied
maily in the application of resistant
layers on tools in the deep-drilling
industry, the stone-cutting industry and
in mining, e.g. with tunnel-driving
devices.
F - Durit Ni
MF 21- GF- 55 - CGTZ
T Ni 20 - 55 - CGTZ
This flux-cored welding wire is used
mainly for applications on tools for the
deep-drilling industry. Further application
examples are overlays and ferritic
and austenitic components in the chemical
industry and in the food industry.
Filler Metals and Grinding Materials for Tracks
Type: Zander
EN 499
DIN 8529
Application
75 S
E 50 6 B 12
EY 50 53 Mn B
Special electrode for welds with especially
high resistance to rupture. The weld
metal is extremely resistant to cold and
hot cracks.
Typical applications are all kind of rail
welds with a tensile strength up to
785 N/mm2.
Typical characteristics:
Tensile strength: > 600 N/mm2
Yield point: > 490 N/mm2
Expansion: > 25 %
Notch impact energy: > 130 J
100 S
E 50 6 B 12
EY46 54 Mn B
This rod electrode was developed
especially for the butt welding of rails
up to 1100 N/mm2. The electrode has a
stable light arc and its slag has good
guiding properties.
Tensile strength: > 600 N/mm2
Yield point: > 450 N/mm2
Expansion: > 24 %,
Notch impact energy: > 150 J
Covered Stick Electrodes for Surfacing of Tracks-DIN 8555
250 S
E 1-UM-300-P
Base-coated covered stick electrode for
the overlay welding on parts exposed to
medium stress.
Typical fields of application is the welding
of rails, rims, spirals, etc..
The weld metal is free of fissures and is
very appropriate for metal-cutting
processing. The hardness of the weld
metal is 275 to 325 HB.
350 S
E 1-UM-400-P
This base-coated covered stick electrode
is especially appropriate for overlay
welds on Mn-Cr-V-alloyed core tips and
on rails up to 1080 N/mm2.
The overlay allows for further processing.
The hardness is 70 to 420 HB.
550 S
E 7-UM-250-K
Austenitic Mn-steel covered stick electrode
for overlay welding on manganese
steel and components which are primarily
exposed to impact and shock
stress, e.g. rail cores, excavator teeth,
breaker jaws, rollers.
If possible, apply the cold welding
method for the welding of manganese
steel.
Hardness after welding is 200 to
250 HB, and 450 to 550 HB after cold
working.
600 S
E 6-UM-60-P
This base-coated CrMo V alloyed
covered stick electrode is extremely
appropriate for overlay welds which are
exposed to both friction wear and impact
stress. This rod electrode is especially
appropriate for overlay welds on Mn-Cr-V
alloyed core tips and on rails up to 1080
N/mm2.
The overlay allows for further processing.
The hardness is 59 to 61 HRC.
Further Zander Covered Stick Electrodes for Surfacing of Tracks-EN 1600 DIN 8555 DIN 8556
Cromina KS
E 18 8 Mn R 12
E 8 - UM - 200 KN
E 18 8 Mn R 26
The rutile-coated special electrode Zander Cronima KS
was developed especially for lateral overlay welding on rails
up to Rm=685 N/mm2 and for check rails.
The fully austenitic weld metals has a high forming capability
which is especially important when shrinkage stress
occurs in rigid parts exposed to impact stress.
The tensile strength is higher than 600 N/mm2, the yield
point is higher than 350 N/mm2, expansion > 40 %, the
notch impact energy higher than 60 J.
Hardness before cold working (welding condition) is
220 HB, after cold working 430 HB.
Cromina MS
E 18 8 Mn B 12
E 18 8 Mn B 20 +
The base-coated special purpose electrode Zander
Cronima MS is also used for lateral overlay welding on
rails. It has turned out to be especially appropriate for
buffer layers with other overlay welds on difficultly
weldable materials.
Impact stress will cause cold working of up to approx.
420 HB.
Typical mechanical technological quality characteristics of
the weld metal are: Tensile strength: > 600 N/mm2 ,
yield point: > 350 N/mm2, expansion: > 40 %,
notch impact energy: > 60 J, Hardness after
welding: 220 HB, after cold working: 420 HB
4502 S
E 5-UM-300-GPR
This rutile-coated covered stick electrode was developed
for overlay welds on components which are exposed to high
wear.
The produced weld metal is especially appropriate for the
grooved bottom of the rails and very resistant to fissures
and pores.
The tensile strength is higher than 640 N/mm2, the yield
point is higher than 400 N/mm2 at an expansion of > 5 % .
Hardness: after welding approx. 220 HB;
after cold working: approx. 430 HB
4502 160S
E 10 - UM - 60 - GR
The alloy-coated electrode Zander 4502 160 S is
a high-performance electrode with a considerably higher
turnout than the covered stick electrode Zander 4502 S
(160 %). The weld metal of this covered stick electrode is
similar to the weld metal of the electrode 4502 S.
The high deposition rate makes this electrode especially
cost-efficient.
The mechanical-technological quality characteristics
are equal with those of the covered stick electrode Zander
4502 S.
Submerged-Arc Solid Welding Wires for Welding of Tracks DIN 8556
S - Cronima
UP - Cronima
UP - X 15 CrNi Mn 18 8
The solid wire Zander S-Cronima for overlay welding
on parts which are exposed to medium stress. Rails,
rims, spirals etc. are typical applications. The weld
metal is free of fissures and is appropriate for
metal-cutting processing.
The tensile strength of the weld metal is > 750
N/mm2, the yield point > 370 N/mm2, the breaking
elongation > 30 %, the notch impact energy > 80 J.
The hardness is approx. 400 HB, depending on the
mixing rate and the occurred cold working. The submerged
arc (SA) welding wire UP-Cronima is used
for the same applications.
ZANDER - Flux-Cored Welding Wires for Open Arc- (OA) or Submerged Arc (SA) - Welding of Tracks DIN 8556
UP 13 Cr
UP - 9 GF 45 CPR
This flux-cored welding wire produces a special alloy
which was developed especially for lateral groove
welding. The weld metal of this flux-cored welding
wire (as submerged arc or over arc flux-cored welding
wire) has an extraordinarily long lifetime. The
weld metal is absolutely free of fissures.
The hardness is approx. 400 HB.
OA 20 Mn
UP 20 Mn
MF - 6 - 400 GPKC
UP-7-GF-200 / 450-KP
This flux-cored welding wire was developed especially
for the avoidance of ribbing in the rail head. The
weld metal is adapted to the wheel-rail ratio.
The hardness is approx. 175 HB.
OA - 110
UP - 110
MF 1 - 150 - P
UP - 1 - GF - 150
This flux-cored welding wire is appropriate for the
overlay welding on pulleys, rails and wheel flanges.
The weld metal is tough, has a high resistance to
rupture and is appropriate for metal-cutting processing.
The hardness is approx. 250 HB.
OA - 250
UP - 250
MF 1 - GF - 250
UP 1 - GZ - 250
This Zander flux-cored welding wire is appropiate for
overlay welding on pulleys, rails and wheel flanges.
The weld metal is tough, has a high resistance to
rupture and is appropriate for metal-cutting processing.
The hardness is apprxox. 250HB.
OA - 350
UP - 300
MF 1- 350
UP - 2 - GZ - 300
This Zander flux-cored welding wire is appropiate for
overlay welding on pulleys, rails and wheel flanges.
The weld metal is tough, has a high resistance to
rupture and is appropriate for metal-cutting
processing. The hardness is approx. 350 - 370 HRC
(GMAW-welding) and approx. 300 HRC at
submerged (SA) arc welding.
Cored Welding Wires for Submerged Arc (SA) - Welding of Hardfacing of Rollers DIN 8556
CM - 5 - UP
MF - 5 - 350
Especially developed Cr-Mo alloyed
submerged arc flux-cored welding wire
for overlay welds on forged cogging
and billet rollers. Appropriate for application
at working temperatures of
up to 550°C.
The hardness is 350 to 400 HB.
SA-Fluxes for Submerged Arc Welding of Aeveral Application (especially for Track-Welding ) DIN EN 760 DIN 32522
SA
SA FB 1 54 AC 10
B FB 1 54 AC 10 HP 15 - 3 - 6
This highly basic agglomerated welding flux is excellently appropriate for overlay welds
with solid wires and flux-cored welding wires. The slag separation is excellent, even after
welding with very high amperages.
The powder is appropriate for direct current and alternating current welding with up to
1000 A.
SP 19
SA AB 1 76 AC H5
BAB 1 76 AC 9 SKM
Welding flux with an extraordinarily high variety of applications, appropriate for welding
connections which requires high mechanical quality characteristics.
In combination with selected submerged arc wires, the powder guarantees very good
notch impact strengths at low temperatures. This flux is also appropriate for multi-wire
welding. The slag is self-separating.
SP 29
SA FB 1 67 AC H5
B FB 1 67 AC 10 SKM
This especially developed flux is appropriate for overlay and joint welds on chromium steel
grades. Typical applications are e.g. the welding of rails, extrusion rollers as well as rollers
of coal crushers.
In combination with selected submerged arc wires, this flux allows for excellent mechanical
technological quality characteristics.
OP 87
SA CS 2 99 Cr AC
B CS 99545 AC 10 KMB
This agglomerated basic welding flux is appropriate for joint and overlay welding with Cr
alloyed flux-core welding wires, solid wires and compact strips. The powder allows for high
amperages. The slag separability is excellent.
Flux SP 860
SA AB 1 67 AC 9
B AB 1 67 AC 9 KM HP 5
Universally applicable neutral agglomerated flux. This flux allows for high notch impact
strength, also in multi-system engineering. The weld metal is resistant to fissures.



Information on Usuable Wire / Flux Combinations
Combination
Applied SA Wire
Applied SA Strip
Recommended or Applicable Flux
I
Zander UP 20 Mn
Zander SA, Zander SP 860
II
Zander UP 110
Zander SA
III
Zander UP 250
Zander SA
IV
Zander UP 300
Zander SA
V
Zander UP 5 CM
Zander SP 19
VI
Zander S - Cronima
Zander UP - Cronima
Zander SA, Zander SP 19
VII
Zander UP 13 Cr
Zander SP 29
Zander - Solders
Brazing Solders and Silver Solders-EN 1044 DIN 8513
Hartlot 1
Hartlot 1 F
Cu 306
L - Cu Ni Zn 40
2.0367
Hartlot 1 = uncoated brass brazing solder
Hartlot 1 F = Flux coated brass brazing solder.
This solder is appropriate for high-grade soldering
in automotive engineering, in the bicycle
and motorcycle industry as well as for
repair on malleable cast iron, steel and copper
alloys. Working temperature: 890 - 900 °C
Hartlot 2
Hartlot 2 F
Cu 305
L - Cu Ni 10 Zn 42
2.0711
Hartlot 2 = uncoated nickel silver brazing solder
Hartlot 2 F = flux-coated nickel silver brazing
solder
This solder is appropriate for high-grade soldering
in fitting, tool and machine construction,
for nickel, copper and bronze alloys.
Melting range: 890 - 920 °C
Ag 30 Cd
Ag 30 Cd F
Ag 306
L - Ag 30 Cd
2.5145
Ag 30 Cd = uncoated cadmium-containing silver
solder rod
Ag 30 Cd F = flux-coated cadmium-containing
silver solder rod
For the soldering of alloyed steel, malleable
cast iron, copper, nickel, carbide metal.
Solder heat-resistant up to approx. 300 °C.
Melting range: 600 - 690 °C
Ag 30 Sn
Ag 30 Sn F
AG 204
L - Ag 30
2.5167
Ag 30 = uncoated cadmium-free silver
solder rod
Ag 30 F = flux-coated silver solder rod
For the soldering of non-corroding steel,
copper, nickel and their alloys.
Working temperatures up to 200 - 300°C.
Melting range: 680 - 765 °C
Ag 40 Cd
Ag 40 Cd F
AG 304
L - Ag 40 Cd
2.5141
Ag 40 Cd = uncoated cadmium-containing
silver solder rod.
Ag 40 Cd F = flux-coated cadmium-containing
silver solder rod. For the soldering of non-corroding
steel grades, tin bronze, copper, nickel,
carbide metals. Especially appropriate for
automotive radiator construction and construction
machines. Working temperature
up to approx. 150 °C.
Melting range: 595 - 630 °C
Ag 40 Sn
Ag 40 Sn F
AG 105
L - Ag 40 Sn
2.5165
Ag 40 Sn = cadmium-free silver solder rod.
Ag 40 Sn F = flux-coated cadmium-free silver
solder rod.
For the soldering of non-corroding steel grades,
copper and copper alloys, nickel and
nickel alloys.
Working temperature up to 200 °C
Melting range: 650 - 710 °C
Ag 55 Sn
Ag 55 Sn F
AG 103
L - Ag 55 Sn
2.5159
Ag 55 Sn = uncoated cadmium-free silver solder
rod, Ag 55 Sn F = flux-coated cadmiumfree
silver solder rod.
For the soldering of non-corroding steel, copper,
nickel malleable cast iron, carbide metals.
Cadmium-free and therefore especially appropriate
for joints which get in contact with food
and beverages.
e.g. dairy plants, breweries. etc.
Melting range: 620 - 660 °C
Phosphor Solders DIN EN 1044 DIN 8513
Ag 2 P
C P 105
L - Ag 2 P
2.1467
Silver-containing copper phosphor brazing
solder.
For fusion brazing and braze welding of copper,
red brass, Cu - Zn and Cu - Sn alloys.
Is used in precision mechanics plants, in
HVAC and heating construction.
Not appropriate for the soldering of sulphurcontaining
Fe and Ni alloys.
Working temperatures: -55 to 150 °C
Melting range: 650 - 810 °C
Ag 5 P
C P 104
L - Ag 5 P
2.1466
Silver-containing copper phosphor brazing
solder. For fusion brazing and braze welding
of copper, red brass, Cu-Zn - and Cu-Sn
alloys in apparatus and pipeline construction,
in breweries, dairy plants and shop equipment,
for conductor rails.
Not appropriate for sulphur-containing agents
as well as for Fe and Ni alloys.
Working temperatures: -55 to 150 °C
Melting range: 650 - 810 °C
Ag 15 P
C P 102
L - Ag 15 P
2.1210
Copper - phosphor braze solder with high
silver content. For the fusion brazing of copper
joints exposed to high stress in apparatus
and pipeline construction, with electric motors,
heat exchangers. Also applicable in refrigeration
engineering for joints which are exposed to
very low temperatures, with vibrations and
extremely alternating thermal stress.
Not appropriate for sulphur-containing agents
as well as Fe and Ni alloys.
Working temperatures: -55 to 150 °C
Melting range: 650 - 800 °C
Cu P 6
C P 203
L - Cu P 6
2.1462
The copper - phosphor brazing solder is
appropriate for the fusion brazing of copper,
brass, bronze and red brass.
The soldering of copper does not require the
use of flux.
Working temperatures: -55 to 150 °C
Melting range: 710 - 880 °C



Πίνακας διαθέσιμων συσκευασιών

  • ΒΑΣΙΚΕΣ ΣΥΣΚΕΥΑΣΙΕΣ
    Καλάθια γιά GMAW-σύρματα (EN ISO 544)
    SPOOLB300 SPOOLB300 SPOOLB300 SPOOLB300
    Spool B 300
    Βάρος σύρματος: 12,5 / 15 / 16 / 18 kg
    Material: steel wire with copper coating
    one-way-spool
    Spool B 300
    Βάρος σύρματος: 12,5 / 15 / 16 / 18 kg
    Material: steel wire with copper coating
    one-way-spool
    Spool S 100
    Spool B 300
    Βάρος σύρματος: 0,7 / 1,0 kg
    Material: plastic
    one-way-spool
    Spool S 200
    Spool B 300
    Βάρος σύρματος: 4,5 / 5,0 kg
    Material: plastic
    one-way-spool
    One-Way Spool for SAW-Wires Returnable Spool for SAW-Wires
    One-Way Spool for SAW-Wires Returnable Spool for SAW-Wires
    Name Type
    EN ISO 544
    D d B Kg Mate
    rial
    Name Type
    EN
    ISO 544
    D d B Kg Mate
    rial
    K 415-
    100
    Spool B 450 415 300 103 25 Steel wire K800 825 600 115 100 Steel wire
    K 300 Spool B 300 300 180 103 15/18 Steel wire
    Deliverable Diameters of Wire
    Diam.
     (mm)
    0,8 1,0 1,2 1,6 2,0 2,4 2,5 2,8 3,0 3,2 4,0 5,0
    GMAW
    σύρμα
    TIG-
    ράβδος
    SAW-
    Σύρμα
    Flux-
    Cored Wires
    ράβδοι
    συγγόλ
    αερίου
    special dimensions upon request

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Διαθέσιμα Μεγέθη ηλεκτροδίων



ΒΑΣΙΚΕΣ ΣΥΣΚΕΥΑΣΙΕΣ

for low-alloyed covered stick electrodes:

Διάμετρος
( mm)
2,0
2,5
3,2 4,0 5,0 6,0
μήκος 
(mm)
300
350
350 450 450 450
βάρος
/πακέτο
4,0
5,0
5,0 6,0 6,0 6,0
Βάρος/
κιβώτιο
16,0 20,0 20,0 24,0 24,0 24,0
for high-alloyed covered stick electrodes:
Διάμετρος
( mm)
2,0
2,0 2,5 3,2 4,0 5,0
μήκος 
(mm)
250 300 300 350 350 450
βάρος
/πακέτο
3,0 4,0 4,0 5,0 5,0 6,0
Βάρος/
κιβώτιο
12,0 16,0 16,0 20,0 20,0 24,0
for Ni-base and hardfacing covered stick electrodes:
Διάμετρος
( mm)
2,5 3,2 4,0 5,0 6,0
μήκος 
(mm)
350 350 / 450 350 / 450 450 450
βάρος
/πακέτο
5,0 5,0 6,0 6,0 6,0
Βάρος/
κιβώτιο
20,0 20,0 24,0 24,0 24,0

Zander - PTA Powders for Hardfacing
C Si Cr Mo Ni W Fe B Mn
PTA
Koba
stell
1
2,4 31 13,0
PTA 
Koba
stell
6
1,1 28 4,5
PTA -
Koba
stell
12
1,4 30 8,5
PTA -
Koba
stell
21
0,25 28 5,0 2,8
PTA -
T
800
< 0,08 3,4 18 28,0 < 1,5 < 1,5 < 0,01 < 0,25
PTA -
Crolloy
0,3 3,5 8 base 3,0 1,6
PTA -
Ni
crolloy 60
0,8 4,3 16 base 4,5 3,5
PTA 
Ni
50
0,6 3,8 11 base 4,0 2,5
PTA 
4009
0,08 0,9 14 0,4 base
PTA -
4114
0,2 0,6 17 1,1 base 0,5




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