AUSTARC 11

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Collection: Consumables,

Product Type: Electrodes

Brand Name: WIA

Product Description

WIA AUSTARC 11 ELECTRODES

HIGH CELLULOSE ELECTRODE DEVELOPED FOR ALL POSITIONAL WELDING.

Austarc 11

SUMMARY

High Cellulose Coating
All Positional/High Penetration Ideal for Site Welding

IDENTIFICATION
Coating - White Tip - Brown Imprint - WIA 4311A

CLASSIFICATION

AS/NZS 4855-B - E43 11 A AWS A5.1: E6011

DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION

Austarc 11 is a high cellulose electrode developed for all positional welding on both AC and DC power supplies.

Features include: Forceful, deep penetrating arc with
fast freezing slag. Particularly suited for vertical and incline pipe welding where complete root penetration is required. The thin brittle slag is easily removed.

Austarc 11 is recommended for specific applications including pipeline welding and storage tank construction where either the “Stove Pipe” or “Flick” techniques can be used to obtain full root penetration in critical structural joints.

OPERATIONAL DATA

ELECTRODE SIZE (MM)

ELECTRODE LENGTH (MM)

WELDING CURRENT RANGE *(A)

ARC VOLTAGE RANGE **(V)

2.5

300

60 - 95

20

3.2

380

90 - 125

21

4.0

380

115 - 175

22

5.0

450

160 - 220

23

*Recommended for DC +/- or AC (minimum 70 OCV) operation. **Voltage is determined by arc current and electrode arc length. Arc voltage shown is typical and is only to be used as a guide.

TYPICAL ALL WELD METAL CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

C

Mn

Si

P

S

Fe

0.12

0.82

0.20

0.012

0.008

Bal

 

TYPICAL ALL WELD METAL MECHANICAL ANALYSIS

Yield Stress

 

 

416 MPa

Tensile Strength

510 MPa

Elongation

32%

CVN Impact Values

70J @ -30°C

The information contained or otherwise referenced herein is presented only
as “typical” without guarantee or warranty, and Welding Industries of Australia expressly disclaims any liability incurred from any reliance thereon. Typical data is obtained when welded and tested in accordance with the AWS and or AS/NZS
specification. Other tests and procedures may produce different results. No data is to be construed as a recommendation for any welding condition or technique by Welding Industries of Australia.

Issue CA - November 2014

 


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