4043s'' 5356s 5356«

319.0, 333.0, 354.0, 355.0, C355.0, 380.0 41454'"

1. Service conditions such as immersion in fresh or saltwater, exposure to specific chemicals or a sustained high-temperature (over 150°F) may limit the choice of filler metals. Filler alloys 5356, 5183, 5556, and 5654 are not recommended for sustained elevated temperature service.

2. Recommendations in this table apply to gas shielded are welding processes. For gas welding, only 1100, 1188, and 4043 filler metals are ordinarily used.

3. All filler metals are listed in AWS specification A5.10.

aBase metal alloys 5652 and 5254 are used for hydrogen peroxide service. 5654 filler metal is used for welding both alloys for low temperature service (150°F and below) & 5183, 5356, 5554, 5556, and 5654 may be used. In some cases they provide: (1) improved color match after anodizing treatment; (2) highest weld ductility, and (3) higher weld strength. 5554 is suitable for elevated temperature service. «4043 may be used for some applications.

d Filler metal with the same analysis as the base metal is sometimes used. «5183, 5356, or 5556 may be used. ^4145 may be used for some applications. 5 2319 may be used for some applications. '4047 may be used for some applications. 11100 may be used for some applications. Tin-, refers to 7005 extrusions only (X-prefix still applies to sheet and plate).

4. Where no filler metal is listed, the base metal combination is not recommended for welding.

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