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This Specification provides classification and other requirements for numerous grades of flux cored and metal cored stainless steel electrodes and rods and will be benefit welding professionals. New classifications include a duplex alloy and three high carbon classifications not previously classified. New classifications also include all of the metal cored electrodes that are currently in A5.9/A5.9M. In the next revision of A5.9/A5.9M these metal cored electrodes will be deleted from that specification. Designations for the flux cored electrodes and rods indicate the chemical composition of the weld metal, the position of welding, and the external shielding gas required (for those classifications for which one is required). Designations for the metal cored electrodes indicate the chemical composition of the weld metal only. The requirements include general requirements, testing, and packaging. Annex A provides general application guidelines for individual alloys and other useful information about welding electrodes. Content: Front Matter • Statement on the Use of American Welding Society Standards • List of Tables • List of Figures • Table of Contents • 1. Scope 2. Normative References • 3. Classification • 4. Acceptance • 5. Certification • 6. Rounding-off Procedure • 7. Summary of Tests • 8. Retest 9. Test Assemblies 10. Chemical Analysis 11. Radiographic Test 12. Tension Test 13. Bend Test • 14. Impact Test 15. Fillet Weld Test • 16. Method of Manufacture 17. Standard Sizes 18. Finish and Uniformity 19. Standard Package Forms 20. Winding Requirements 21. Filler Metal Identification • 22. Packaging 23. Marking of Packages Annexes • AWS Filler Metal Specifications by Material and Welding Process
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