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Stoody

Stoody 50

Stoody 50

Stoody 50 is a nickel base alloy with a low melting point. It flows easily onto base metals and yields smooth deposits that can be formed and wiped to sharp edge. Deposits maintain a high level of hardness up to 1200°F, and resist galling and corrosion in addition to abrasion. Stoody 50 can be deposited on low and medium carbon steels, and cast iron (with flux). Deposits have exceptional hot hardness properties. Certification to AWS specification - A5.21 ERNiCr-B for bare rod; A5.13 ENiCr-B for coated electrode. Certification to MIL specification - MIL-R-17131C Amd 1, Type MIL-R-NiCr-B-1 (Note - No active part number for military product - special order only based on business case)

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Certification to AWS specification - A5.21 ERNiCr-B for bare rods; A5.13 ENiCr-B for coated electrodes. Certification to MIL specification - MIL-R-17131C Amd 1, Type MIL-R-NiCr-B-1 (Note - No active part number for military product - special order only based on business case) Stoodite cobalt base and nickel base alloys are manufactured to conform to the chemistry and usability requirements of the specifications noted. Certification to ASME and MIL must be requested at the time order is placed and must appear on the written P.O. Additional charges apply for military, nuclear, or special certification requirements.

  • Flows easily onto base metals and yields smooth deposits
  • Can be formed and wiped to sharp edge
  • Deposits maintain high level of hardness up to 1200°F
  • Resists galling, corrosion, pitting and abrasion
  • Can be deposited on low and medium carbon steels, as well as cast iron (with flux)


Specifications


Typical Tensile Properties

Hardness (HRC)
48-51 HRC

Typical Weld Metal Analysis %

OtherCNiCrFe
7.5 %1.0 %BAL %13.0 %3.5 %

Classifications: AWS A5.21; ERNiCr-B

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Typical Tensile Properties

Hardness (HRC)
48-51 HRC

Typical Weld Metal Analysis %

OtherCNiCrFe
7.5 %1.0 %BAL %13.0 %3.5 %

Classifications: AWS A5.21; ERNiCr-B

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