The Satin Glide® 409CB Stainless-Steel Welding Wire is a ferritic stainless-steel filler metal that is designed for joining and welding 409 stainless steel. The high-temperature resistance of this stainless-steel welding wire means that it can be used in elevated temperature environments, achieving remarkably strong weld. It promotes excellent flow characteristics and produces smooth and clean welds with pleasing bead appearances while offering good penetration.
Satin Glide® 409CB Stainless-Steel Welding Wire
The Satin Glide® 409CB Stainless-Steel Welding Wire from NS ARC is a ferritic stainless-steel filler metal that is designed for joining and welding 409 stainless steel. This heat-resisting alloy is a versatile welding component that can be utilized for a variety of applications, especially those that are exposed to harsh environments, such as automotive exhaust systems, heat exchangers, and industrial equipment. The high-temperature resistance of this stainless-steel welding wire means that it can be used in elevated temperature environments, achieving remarkably strong welds that support the integrity of the structure that is being welded.
The weldability of the Satin Glide® 409CB stainless-steel welding wire allows for easy and efficient welding operations. Promoting excellent flow characteristics, this type of welding wire produces smooth and clean welds with pleasing bead appearances while offering good penetration. The wire’s exceptional arc stability contributes to the reduction of spatter as it promotes a stable welding process. With the strength of this stainless-steel welding wire in hand, welders can achieve optimal results.
NS ARC’s Satin Glide® 409CB stainless-steel welding wire is a reliable choice for nearly any welder who is looking to achieve optimized results in their welds. By utilizing this type of welding wire, welders can produce strong, durable, and corrosion-resistant welds in support of a wide variety of applications within numerous industries. To learn more about our high-quality stainless-steel welding wires, you can contact our team today. Our team of experts is available to provide you with the right information regarding your next weld project, offering guidance and support so that you can achieve the best welding solution.
Applications for Satin Glide® 409CB Welding Wire
Satin Glide® 409CB stainless-steel welding wire is best suited for the following applications:
- Agricultural Equipment
- Automotive Manufacturing
- General Fabrication
- Heavy Equipment
- Pipe Welding
- Pressure Vessels
Other Industrial Applications for Satin Glide® 409CB Welding Wire
The Satin Glide® 409CB stainless-steel welding wire is versatile enough to bring its benefits to a wide variety of applications within numerous industries. One of the main uses for this type of welding wire is for the fabrication or repair of automotive exhaust manifolds as well as catalytic converters, making it an incredibly useful component within the automotive and transportation industries. Boasting excellent compatibility, the stainless-steel wire can be used with all metal transfer modes of GMAW and robotic, semi-automatic, and mechanized welding. It excels in single and multi-pass weldments, and it’s incredibly effective for dissimilar base metal welding so welders can join different types of metals together.
Shielding Gas Blends for Satin Glide® Welding Wire
When it comes to shielding gas blends, Satin Glide® can be used with a variety of options, such as:
- Short Circuit Transfer: 90% Helium, 7-1/2% Argon, 2-1/2% CO2
- Spray Transfer: 95-98% Argon, 2-5% CO2
- Spray Transfer: 98-99% Argon, 1-2% O2
- Flow rate: 35-50 CFH
All-position welding is possible with Satin Glide® as long as the correct shielding gas blends, welding process, and welding parameters are used.
Stainless-Steel Welding Wire Industry Standards
Satin Glide® meets or exceeds several specifications, including:
- AWS A5.9/A5.9M: ER409Nb
- ASME SFA-A5.9: ER409Nb
- ASME Section III Nuclear requirements
Stainless-Steel Welding Wire Storage Instructions
If possible, the best way to store the welding wire is off the ground to avoid contact with moisture and potential contaminants. You should also avoid storing it in areas prone to high humidity or moisture to prevent rust and degradation.