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AWS A5.1 E6010, AWS A5.1 E6011 (Cellulose Welding Rods), AWS A5.1 E6013, AWS A5.1 E7016, AWS A5.1 E7018, AWS A5.4 E307-16, AWS A5.4 E308L-16, AWS A5.4 E309L-16, AWS A5.4 E316L-16,  AWS A5.4 E312-16, AWS A5.4 E2535Nb, AWS A5.20 E71T-1C, AWS A5.29 E81T1-K2C, AWS A5.29 E71T8-K6, AWS A5.20 E71T-5C, AWS A5.20 E71T-GS, AWS A5.9 25-35Nb(Cr25Ni35Nb), AWS A5.14 CrNiMo-3(Er NiCr625), AWS A5.11 CrNiMo-3(E NiCr625), AWS A5.14 CrNiMo-10, AWS A5.9 E2209, AWS A5.10 ER4043, AWS A5.10 ER5356, AWS A5.22 ER308LT1-1, AWS A5.22 ER309LT1-1, AWS A5.22 ER316LT1-1, AWS A5.17 EM12K, AWS A5.18 ER70S-6 (SG2), AWS A5.18 ER70S-3, Welding Flux: SJ101, SJ301, SJ501 etc.



AWS A5.1 E6013 MSDS, AWS A5.1 E6010 MSDS, AWS A5.1 E6011 MSDS, AWS A5.1 E7018 MSDS, AWS A5.4 E309L-16 MSDS,  AWS A5.4 E316L-16 MSDS; AWS A5.20 E71T-1C MSDS, AWS A5.18 ER70S-6 MSDS, AWS A5.10 ER4043 MSDS, AWS A5.10 ER5356 MSDS, Stainless Steel MIG/TIG MSDS, TOKO Flux SDS Data

TOKO AWS A5.1 E7018 welding electrode, This electrode is known as a low hydrogen electrode and can be used with AC or DC. The coating on the electrode has a low moisture content that reduces the introduction of hydrogen into the weld. The electrode can produce welds of x-ray quality with medium penetration.

Easily produces quality results on smaller Amperage DC or higher amperage AC welders. It is suitable for all positions on hard enable steels where no preheat is used, and on cold rolled steels normally exhibiting excessive porosity when Welded and conventional welding rods.

The low hydrogen content reduces cracking and peeling of the weld material. Use for field erections, steel structures, frames etc. Recommended Polarity: DCEP (reverse)or AC. Diameter (inches): 3/32" Weight lbs.: 5 tensile strength (PSI): 84, 000 amperage: 65-100.

(Note, welding electrode must be kept dry. If it gets wet, it must be dried in a rod oven before use. Download AWS E7018 MTC and MSDS)

Moreover, TOKO brand carbon steel Welding rods includes: AWS A5.1 E6013, E6010, E6011, E7016, E7018, E8018 etc.

TOKO AWS A5.1 E6013 is a low carton steel welding electrode with high titanium-potassium type coating, and suitable for both AC and DC. It is able to provide excellent welding technological performance, because the arc is extremely stable, and spatter loss is negligible. The slag has good fluid, and solidified slag is very easy to remove.

E6013 is designed for medium to light penetration welding. It is used for welding carbon steel and is also used for welding any type of polarity. As mentioned above, it is very popular for beginners because it readily provides a stable arc that is fit for welding poor fitting joints. It is also used for welding mild steels, some low allow steels, and galvanized steels.

E6013 This electrode can be used with AC and DC currents. It produces a medium penetrating weld with a superior weld bead appearance.

 (Note, welding electrode must be kept dry. If it gets wet, it must be dried in a rod oven before use. Download AWS E6013 MTC and MSDS)

TOKO AWS A5.1 E6011 welding electrode is a cellulose electrode as its flux coating contains cellulose. Cellulose is an organic compound that consists of around30% of the total amount in weight of the electrode coating. In someplaces, wood powder or paper pulp is added to reduce the cellulosecontent. The cellulose content in the flux coating of a celluloseelectrode like the E6011 is transformed into hydrogen, carbonmonoxide and carbon dioxide gas in the arc which, in turn, increasesthe tensile strength of the welded part.

Moreover, the cellulosecoating of the E6011 welding rod allows for deeper weld penetration. Furthermore, the E6011's high cellulose potassium coating allows and helps conduct AC and DC electric current.

(Note, welding electrode must be kept dry. If it gets wet, it must be dried in a rod oven before use. Download AWS E6011 MTC and MSDS)

TOKO AWS A5.4 E309L-16 stainless steel stick welding electrode is to weld stainless steel unalloyed or welding to low-alloy and carbon steels, as well as be used for welding some high temperature steels. It is superior to 308L. E309L-16 features smooth arc with uniform and flat and uniform weld bead.

Low carbon content will reduce carbide precipitation thus increase the resistance to inter-granular corrosion. Suitable for welding heat-resistant base metal of similar composition. Also for cladding over carbon/low alloy steels

Moreover, TOKO brand Stainless steel Welding rods includes: AWS A5.4 E307L-16, E308L-16, E309L-16, E312L-16, E316L-16 etc.

(Note, welding electrode must be kept dry. If it gets wet, it must be dried in a rod oven before use. Download AWS E309L-16 MTC and MSDS)

TOKO AWS A5.20 E71T-1C is a flux cored wire designed for single or multi pass welding having a smooth arc transfer, low spatter, flat to slightly convex bead contour, with a high deposition rate and easily removal slag.

This all-position wire has excellent feeding and low fume generation using 100% CO2 making it a good choice for mild steel and higher strengths steels. Argon - CO2 gases may be used if tested with application.

AWS A5.20 E71T-1C is widely used for mild steel and 490Mpa and high-strength steel. Adopt DC reversed polarity, the penetration is deep and the impact toughness is good. It has excellent processing property, less smoke, gentle and stable arc, thick and easily removed welding slag, and good X RT. It is used for the welding of ships, storage tanks, containers, steelworks, boilers and pipelines, etc.  Download AWS E71T-1 MTC and MSDS.

TOKO AWS A5.29 E81T1-K2C, designed as a low Manganese (Mn) replacement for E81T1-K2C products. Meets all requirements of E81T1-K2C classification except for the minimum Mn requirement. This product offers reductions of Mn in the weld fume of 60-80% over a standard E81T1-K2C with low diffusible hydrogen as well as enhanced operator appeal and excellent out of positional capability.

TOKO E81K2C is a titania type flux-cored wire, is designed for welding 560 N/mm2 high tensile steel for low temperatures. The weld metal contains about 1.5%-Ni and makes good notch toughness at temperatures down to -60ºC under as welded condition.

Typical Applications: Offshore drilling rigs,Ship building, Low temperature storage tanks etc.  Download AWS E81T1-K2C MTC .

TOKO AWS A5.17 EM12K submerged arc wire contains higher levels of carbon, manganese and silicon than AWS A5.17 EL12. The increased carbon content gives this wire greater tensile strength, while the increased manganese and silicon content yields improved deoxidation properties.

EM12K will produce weld deposits with minimal porosity even over rust and mill scale that may be present on the base metal. This wire is primarily used for single pass butt and fillet welds on mild and low alloy steels plates up to  thick.

More specific applications would include ASTM A537, A283, Grades A, B, or C. Since EM12K offers high strength/low porosity welds on many steel alloys, it is the most cost-efficient submerged arc wire to stock.

Applications: general fabrication, structural components, heavy equipment components, railcar frames, wheel fabrication, storage tanks, boilers, pressure vessels, ship panels, pipe double jointing, wind towers Industries General fabrication, structural & bridge fabrication, heavy equipment, shipbuilding, transportation. Download AWS EM12K MTC .

  • TOKO AWS A5.10 ER5356 (commonly referred to as AIMg5) is a 5% magnesium aluminum filler metal that is available for MIG or TIG welding processes. The weld deposit of Washington Alloy 5356 offers much better corrosion resistance when exposed to salt water. Common applications would be base metals 5050, 5052, 5083, 5356, 5454 and 5456. The post-anodizing color tint is white. Tensile strength average is 38,000 psi
  • A5.10 ER4043 (commonly referred to as AISi5) is a 5% silicon aluminum filler metal that is available for MIG or TIG welding processes. This alloy is recommended for welding 3003, 3004, 5052, 6061, 6063, and casing alloys 43, 355, 356, and 214. Washing Alloy 4043 has a melting range of 1065 - 1170degree and a density of .097 lb./cu in. The post-anodizing color tint is gray. Tensile strength average is 29,000 psi.
  • ER4043 vs ER5356: As a basic description we can say that 4043 is an aluminum filler alloy with 5% silicon added and that 5356 is an aluminum filler alloy with 5% magnesium added. There are some misconceptions within the industry that you can successfully weld any aluminum base alloy with either 4043 or 5356 filler alloy. Download AWS ER5356 MTC and MSDS)

TOKO AWS A5.18 ER70S-6 is a wire with higher levels of Deoxidizers welding of steels with moderate amounts of scale or rust. (Mn & Si) compared to other carbon steel wires. This wire is suitable for welding of steels with moderate amounts of scale or rust. For Mig welding use Carbon Dioxide or Argon + Co2 or Argon + 2% Oxygen as shielding gases.

The higher contains of silicon and manganese increase the yield stress and tensile strength of weld metal. The high silicon content promotes a low sensitivity to surface impurities and contributes to smooth weld. Suitable for welding unalloyed and low alloyed construction steels with tensile strength below 640N/mm2 like boiler plate, fine grained steels, pipe steels, shipbuilding steels and cast steels. Download AWS ER70S-6 MTC and MSDS


TOKO AWS A5.4 25.35Nb (Cr25Ni35Nb) Welding Electrode. -1) it's developed for the composition of heat-resisting castings; -2) 3.5% Nickel alloyed electrode for cryogenic applications down to -80 degrees (-112 degrees).

Application:joining and cladding high heat resistant CrNi-steels of the same kind and Cast steels in a low sulphurous environment. - Petrochemical Industry, - Reformer tubes, - Pyrolysis coils

Classification: AWS A 5.9 25-35Nb | EN ISO: 14343-A: WZ 25 35 Zr | DIN: W.Nr. ~1.4853

Suitable for: 1.4852, 1.4853, G-X 40 NiCrNb 35 25, 1.4857, G-X 40 NiCrSi 35 25, 1.4837, G-X40CrNiSi25-12, 1.4848, GX40CrNiSi25-- 20, 1.4849, G-X40NiCr38-18, G-X40NiCrNb35-25, cast steels, HK40, HK45, UNS: J93503, J94204, N08705.

Download AWS 25-35Nb MTC and AWS A5.14 CrNiMo-3(NiCr625), AWS A5.11 CrNiMo-3(NiCr625), AWS A5.14 CrNiMo-10.

Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding is a popular type of welding that utilizes tungsten electrodes to join various metals. The tungsten electrode is a critical component in the process, as it channels the current required to establish the ARC.

The tungsten electrodes can be alloyed with a variety of metals. Different types and sizes of electrodes are used for different types of welds and materials, and welders develop preferences based on welding style and project. Certain electrode types perform better with alternating current (AC) as opposed to direct current (DC). Electrodes are shipped without a ground tip. If grinding a tip, make a tight, sharp point in order to achieve a powerful and precise arc to ensure a clean weld.

Below is a table describing the differences in TIG electrode types for you reference.

Type AC/DC Usage
2% Lanthanated (Blue) AC/DC The blue lanthanated electrodes are popular due to the relative ease of striking an arc and lower amperage required. They perform exceptionally well in both AC & DC applications and are a popular general use electrode. Blue electrodes are effective for welding aluminum alloys, magnesium alloys, nickel alloys, copper alloys, titanium alloys, low-alloyed steels, and non-corroding steels.
Thoriated (Red) DC

The red thoriated type is America’s favorite electrode for a reason. Extremely long lasting and highly durable, these electrodes are a staple in DC welding applications. These red electrodes are best for copper alloys, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, and non-corroding steels.

1.5% Lanthanated (Gold) DC The gold lanthanated tungsten electrodes contain less lanthanum than their blue counterparts and are best used in DC applications. They are best for welds with titanium alloys, copper alloys, nickel alloys, and non-corroding steel.
  • Acid type agglomerated alumina & rutile based flux. It is featured with stable arc, uniform weld metal surface, smooth welding bead appearance. SJ501 is for the use of multiwire high speed welding up to 70m/h. Especially suitable for boiler water-wall tubes welding, twin wire single pass welding, fillet welding, butt welding and thin sheet welding. High tolerance to impurities like rust, oil, water, paint, etc. Accompany with Submerge welding wires H08A,H08MnA,H08MnMoA,H10MnSi. TOKO Flux SDS data report
  • 1. Below data sheets from tests carried out in accordance to AWS and GB standard procedure. They only represent values we get under those conditions. They are not to be taken as guarantees. As to welding, individual test results may vary;depending on experience & technique, flux type, base metal,joint preparation, flux preparation, ampere, voltage, etc.

    2. If welding fluxes are stored in improper environment or influenced by condensed moisture, anyway, they get damp, please dry them at 300-350℃ for 2 hours before usage.

    3.Please clean the rust,oil,water on base metal before welding.

    4. Add minumum 20% new flux when using recovered flux to avoid welding defects and maintain welding performance; mechanical properties.

    5. Please control parameters properly, like preheat temperature,interpass temperature,cooling rate. Flux SJ101, SJ301, SJ501 etc
  • SiO₂+TiO₂ Al₂O₃+MnO CaF₂ S P  
    25-35 50-60 3-10 ≤0.03 ≤0.08  
    Accompanied Wire Yield Strength ReH (δs) MPa Tensile Strength Rm (σb) MPa Elongation A (δ5)% Charpy-V lmpact Test (J)   +20℃ 0℃
    EL12 ≥360 420-550 ≥22 ≥50 ≥27
    EM12K ≥420 500-650 ≥22 ≥50 ≥27
    SJ101 Chemical Composition(%)          
    SiO₂+TiO₂ Al₂O₃+MnO CaO + MgO CaF₂ S P  
    15-25 20-30 25-35 15-25 ≤0.05 ≤0.07  
    SJ301 Chemical Composition(%)          
    SiO₂+TiO₂ Al₂O₃+MnO CaO + MgO CaF₂ S P  
    25-35 30-40 15~25 5-15 ≤0.06 ≤0.08  

ARC welding electrodes are identified using the A.W.S, (American Welding Society) numbering system and are made in sizes from 1/16 to 5/16. An example would be a welding rod identified as an 1/8" E6013 electrode.

The electrode is 1/8" in diameter

The "E" stands for arc welding electrode.

Next will be either a 4 or 5 digit number stamped on the electrode. The first two numbers of a 4 digit number and the first 3 digits of a 5 digit number indicate the minimum tensile strength (in thousands of pounds per square inch) of the weld that the rod will produce, stress relieved. Examples would be as follows:

E60xx would have a tensile strength of 60,000 psi E110XX would be 110,000 psi

The next to last digit indicates the position the electrode can be used in
  • EXX1X is for use in all positions
  • EXX2X is for use in flat and horizontal positions
  • EXX3X is for flat welding
The last two digits together, indicate the type of coating on the electrode and the welding current the electrode can be used with. Such as DC straight, (DC -) DC reverse (DC+) or A.C. I won't describe the type of coatings of the various electrodes, but will give examples of the type current each will work with.

Electrode And Currents Used

  • EXX10 DC+ (DC reverse or DCRP) electrode positive.
  • EXX11 AC or DC- (DC straight or DCSP) electrode negative.
  • EXX13 AC, DC- or DC+
  • EXX14 AC, DC- or DC+
  • EXX15 DC+
  • EXX16 AC or DC+
  • EXX18 AC, DC- or DC+
Welding Electrode Size And AMPS
The following will serve as a basic guide of the amp range that can be used for different size electrodes. Note that these ratings can be different between various electrode manufactures for the same size rod. Also the type coating on the electrode could effect the amperage range. When possible, check the manufactures info of the electrode you will be using for their recommended amperage settings.
Electrode Diameter (Thickness) AMP Range Plate
1/16" 20 - 40 UP TO 3/16"
3/32" 40 - 125 UP TO 1/4"
1/8" 75 - 185 OVER 1/8"
5/32" 105 - 250 OVER 1/4"
3/16" 140 - 305 OVER 3/8"
1/4" 210 - 430 OVER 3/8"
5/16" 275 - 450 OVER 1/2"
Note! The thicker the material to be welded, the higher the current needed and the larger the electrode needed.

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