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Specifies requirements for ferrous and non-ferrous, fluxed or unfluxed filler metal for welding. The classification system adopted is basically in line with ANSI/AWS classification. Filler metals are given in seven groups - carbon and intermediate alloy steels, high alloy steels, cast iron, copper and copper alloys, magnesium alloys, aluminium alloys, nickel and nickel alloys. An appendix providing a guide to the application of filler metals is included
 

Document History

  1. AS/NZS 1167.2:1999

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    Welding and brazing - Filler metals, Part 2: Filler metal for welding

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  2. AS 1167.2-1986


    Welding and brazing - Filler metals - Filler metal for welding

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  3. AS 1588-1974


    Filler rods for welding

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  4. AS B29-1959


    Filler rods for welding

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  5. AS B29-1932


    Filler rod for oxy-acetylene welding

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