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This Specification provides classification requirements for solid and composite (flux cored and metal cored) electrodes for electrogas welding and will be benefit welding professionals. The requirements include chemical composition of the electrode for solid electrodes and of weld metal for composite (cored) electrodes, in addition to the mechanical properties and soundness of weld metal taken from a groove weld made with these electrodes using the prescribed welding procedure. Standard electrode sizes, marking, and packaging requirements are included. This Specification makes use of both U.S. Customary Units and the International System of Units (SI). Since these are not equivalent, each system must be used independently of the other. Content: Front Matter • Statement on the Use of American Welding Society Standards • List of Tables • List of Figures • Table of Contents • 1. Scope •Part A. General Requirements 2. Classification • 3. Acceptance • 4. Certification 5. Units of Measure and Rounding-off Procedure •Part B. Tests, Procedures, and Requirements 6. Summary of Tests • 7. Retest 8. Weld Test Assemblies 9. Chemical Analysis 10. Radiographic Test 11. Tension Test 12. Impact Test •Part C. Manufacture, Identification, Packaging• 13. Method of Manufacture • 14. Standard Sizes 15. Finish and Uniformity 16. Standard Package Forms 17. Winding Requirements 18. Electrode Identification • 19. Packaging 20. Marking of Packages Annexes • AWS Filler Metal Specifications by Material and Welding Process
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