nickel-molybdenum steel

nickel-molybdenum steel

[′nik·əl mə′lib·də·nəm ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel containing 0.2-0.3% molybdenum and 1.65-3.75% nickel as alloying elements.
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The Ni1 wire is designed for welding nickel-molybdenum steel. It excels on applications that require higher toughness when joining high-strength low-alloy or weathering steels where color match is not necessary.
The Vantage wire is designed for single-and multi-pass welding on carbon steel applications, while the Ni1 is designed for welding nickel-molybdenum steels. Advantages of these wires include improved wetting action, gap bridging and side wall fusion, increased travel speeds, and higher deposition rates to help increase throughput time.