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AWS A5.28 : 1996

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SPECIFICATION FOR LOW ALLOY STEEL FILLER METALS FOR GAS SHIELDED ARC WELDING

Superseded date

23-07-2013

Published date

12-01-2013

Personnel
Foreword
List of Tables
List of Figures
1 Scope
Part A - General Requirements
2 Classification
3 Acceptance
4 Certification
5 Units of Measure and Rounding-Off Procedure
Part B - Tests, Procedures and Requirements
6 Summary of Tests
7 Retest
8 Weld Test Assemblies
9 Chemical Analysis
10 Radiographic Test
11 Tension Test
12 Impact Test
13 Diffusible Hydrogen Test
Part C - Manufacture, Identification and Packaging
14 Method of Manufacture
15 Standard Sizes
16 Finish and Uniformity
17 Standard Package Forms
18 Winding Requirements
19 Filler Metal Identification
20 Packaging
21 Marking of Packages
Annex - Guide to AWS Specification for Low-Alloy Steel
Electrodes and Rods for Gas Shielded Arc Welding
A1 Introduction
A2 Classification System
A3 Acceptance
A4 Certification
A5 Ventilation During Welding
A6 Welding Considerations
A7 Description and Intended Use of Electrodes and Rods
A8 Special Tests
A9 Discontinued Classifications
A10 General Safety Considerations
AWS Filler Metal Specifications and Related Documents

79 VERSION CONTAINED IN ASME PV CODE 2C AS SFA-5.28 Outlines requirements for the above. These filler metals are restricted to bare and composite metal cored and stranded electrodes and rods whose compositions match chromium or manganese-molybdenum, nickel alloy, and other low alloy steels. All filler metals covered are useable with the GMAW process; only solid rods and electrodes are recommended for use with the GTAW and PAW welding process.

DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
American Welding Society
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy

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