AWS A5.4 E308L-16
EN ISO 3581-A: E 19 9 L R 2 2
The most harmful substrates, which are emitted during welding of stainless steel, are hexavalent chromium compounds. They are defined as carcinogen substances. Z308LCr welding electrode recently developed by Zika has a significantly reduced emission of hexavalent chromium. The total fume rate emission is reduced up to 40% and the rate of hexavalent chromium emission is lowered up to 50%.
Z308L electrode intended for welding of AISI 304L austenitic stainless steels. Suitable for welding of parts exposed to moderate corrosive conditions.
Flux coating type: rutile
direct current electrode positive (DCEP)
all positions except vertical down
Typical chemical composition of weld metal (wt-%):
Typical mechanical properties of all-weld metal:
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