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How can we weld a clad material to inconel 625?

How can we weld a clad material to inconel 625?

How can we weld a clad material to inconel 625?

Hi to all !
this is my first question!!

We want to weld API 5X, clading by Inconel, to Inconel 625 and used filler metal is Er NiCrMo3.
We have a PQR for Inconel to Inconel and used filler metal is Er NiCrMo3.
I think if I have a PQR for API 5X to API 5X with used filler metal Er NiCrMo3, then I can cover my WPS with these two PQRs. Am i Right? if not please tell me how we can cover my WPS.
If, howeve, these two Cover my WPS is there another  methode that I cover my WPS?



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RE: How can we weld a clad material to inconel 625?

try reposting in the welding engineering forum - many welding engineers there who might be able to assist.


RE: How can we weld a clad material to inconel 625?

Assuming you are qualifying to ASME Section IX, you will also need to qualify the API 5LX to 625 Alloy or any other alloy in P No. 43 using E/ERMiCrMo-3 or any other filler metal in Group F43.

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