• Used for welding the nickel-iron-chromium-molybdenum-copper alloy (ASTM B 423 having UNS number N08825) to itself using the GTAW and GMAW processes
• Used for welding nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy C276 itself, or welding nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy and steel and most other nickel-based alloys
Nickel and nickel alloy electrodes can be divided into five categories, namely industrial pure Ni, Ni-Cu, Ni-Cr-Fe, Ni-Mo and Ni-Cr-Mo. Each category can be divided into one or more types of electrodes. This type of electrode is mainly used for welding nickel or high-nickel alloys, and sometimes also used for welding or surfacing of dissimilar metals.
• Used for welding nickel-chromium-iron alloys with Standards of ASTM B163, ASTMB 166,ASTM B167 and ASTM B168 such as alloy 600, 601 and 800 also welding of dissimilar steels between stainless steel and carbon steel ERNiCrFe-7