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- - By tamer_qc Date 04-01-2003 00:00
i want to know any information about welding 9% nickel steel and any documents that is available for this matter
Parent - By colins (*) Date 04-01-2003 15:43
A good place to start for info on welding 9% Nickel would be to visit the Nickel Development institute - NIdi .(they have a website They have lots of free tecnical literature that you can request and also you can speak with one of their consultants, and its all for free, no charge.

Good luck and let us know how it turns out.

Parent - - By RonG (****) Date 04-01-2003 17:51
Try INCO ALLOWS web site. Thats there stock and trade.
Parent - - By G.S.Crisi (****) Date 04-01-2003 21:18
Let me correct you, Ron, it's INCO ALLOYS, not ALLOWS.
Giovanni S. Crisi
Parent - - By RonG (****) Date 04-04-2003 02:29
OOPs. But I am sure they allow you get information.
Parent - By DGXL (***) Date 04-04-2003 02:52
Parent - By jwright650 (*****) Date 04-29-2003 11:42
OK, I get it now! :) Allows! :) I'm sorta slow sometimes. I like the pun there Ron
John Wright
Parent - By GRoberts (***) Date 04-01-2003 18:22
Here is an informative site from Bethlehem/Lukens
Parent - By sayeeprasad (*) Date 04-29-2003 09:56
NIDI has a lot of free material (right from the early development of consumables and welding of 9% Ni steels). Early days saw the usage of austenitic ss consumables like E309 and then it moved into usage of Ni alloys like E/ERNiCrMo3 and the recent trend especially for the LNG 6tankages is to use E/ERNiCrMo6. Esab also has a good bit of technical data on the welding of these steels.
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