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AS/NZS 1553.1:1995 Covered electrodes for welding - Part 1: Low carbon steel electrodes for manual metal-arc welding of carbon steels and carbon-manganese steels

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 1553.1:1995
Valid from
04/03/1995

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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PDF


Description

This Standard defines a classification and designation system for the electrodes and specifies two series which provide minimum weld metal strengths of 410 and 480 MPa.

Provision is made for hydrogen controlled and metal-enriched electrodes.

Requirements are given for size of electrodes, core wire, flux covering, testing, safety warnings, packing, marking and storage. Tests include chemical analysis of weld metal, all-weld-metal tensile and impact tests, butt weld tensile, bend and impact tests, and a fillet weld test. A hydrogen test and coating moisture absorption resistance test are also prescribed.

Scope

This Standard specifies requirements for unalloyed low carbon steel covered electrodes for the manual metal-arc welding of carbon steels and carbon-manganese steels. The electrodes may also be used for the welding of certain low alloy steels, including quenched and tempered steels.

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AS/NZS 1553.1:1995 Covered electrodes for welding - Part 1: Low carbon steel electrodes for manual metal-arc welding of carbon steels and carbon-manganese steels

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AS/NZS 1553.1:1995 Covered electrodes for welding - Part 1: Low carbon steel electrodes for manual metal-arc welding of carbon steels and carbon-manganese steels

Description

This Standard defines a classification and designation system for the electrodes and specifies two series which provide minimum weld metal strengths of 410 and 480 MPa.

Provision is made for hydrogen controlled and metal-enriched electrodes.

Requirements are given for size of electrodes, core wire, flux covering, testing, safety warnings, packing, marking and storage. Tests include chemical analysis of weld metal, all-weld-metal tensile and impact tests, butt weld tensile, bend and impact tests, and a fillet weld test. A hydrogen test and coating moisture absorption resistance test are also prescribed.

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AS/NZS 1553.1:1995 Covered electrodes for welding - Part 1: Low carbon steel electrodes for manual metal-arc welding of carbon steels and carbon-manganese steels
Description

This Standard defines a classification and designation system for the electrodes and specifies two series which provide minimum weld metal strengths of 410 and 480 MPa.

Provision is made for hydrogen controlled and metal-enriched electrodes.

Requirements are given for size of electrodes, core wire, flux covering, testing, safety warnings, packing, marking and storage. Tests include chemical analysis of weld metal, all-weld-metal tensile and impact tests, butt weld tensile, bend and impact tests, and a fillet weld test. A hydrogen test and coating moisture absorption resistance test are also prescribed.

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