Welding 6xxx alloys, radiators and air conditioning components, general repair and maintenance, water and gas tight applications
TYPICAL CHEMICAL VALUES*
• AWS A5.10, ER4047, R4047
• ASME SFA 5.10, ER4047, R4047
• AWS A5.01 Class S1, Schedule F
• vd TUV 1153
Maintaining a proper welding procedure - including pre-heat and interpass temperatures - may be
critical depending on the type and thickness of aluminum being welded.
See Above: This information was determined by welding using 100%Argon shielding gas with a flow rate between
35-50 cfh (14-24 l/min).
AVAILABLE DIAMETERS AND PACKAGES: For a complete list of diameters and packaging, please contact
AWS A5.10: ER4047, R4047
CONFORMANCES AND APPROVALS
Common applications for 4047 are for thin sections where the higher fluidity and lower shrinkage rate are important for distortion control. 4047 is also used in applications where excellent wetting action for joint sealing of pressurized fluids and gases is required.
- Low melting temperature/high fluidity - Excellent wetting action for joint sealing applications - Low welding smut and discoloration - Very low ductility, formability, and toughness - Moderate electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity - Excellent corrosion resistance - Very lowest shrinkage rate/reduced distortion - Low hot cracking sensitivity in most applications
100% Argon (Ar) or Argon/Helium mixtures, typical: GMAW - 35-50 cfh (14-24 l/min),
GTAW 20-30 cfh (10-14 l/min).
Direct Current Electrode Positive (DCEP) for GMAW, AC for GTAW
0.035” (0.9 mm), 3/64” (1.2 mm), 1/16” (1.6 mm), 3/32” (2.4 mm)
Product should be stored in a dry, enclosed environment, and in its original intact packaging
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