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DIN Welding Process Designation

DIN Welding Process Designation

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Would someone know what welding process numbers 135 and 141 refer to?  Based on the welding parameters, they are both spooled wire processes, running at 2-7 meters/minute, DC - positive polarity.

135 uses inert gas 100% Ar
141 uses "active" gas 99% Ar - 1% Oxygen.

Given that it is a positive polarity, I am assuming they are both GTAW process.  Is there a site that identifies the DIN weld process numbers.

 

RE: DIN Welding Process Designation

Hi,

135 should refer to "gas metal arc welding using
active gas" and 141 should refer to "gas tungsten arc welding
using inert gas".

Numbers are coming from standard EN ISO 4063:2009.

Here's a link to the web site from where they can be found also:

http://www.roymech.co.uk/Useful_Tables/Manufacturing/Welding.html

Hartsa

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