Nickel Alloy 61


Technical Data Sheet

 

Chemical Composition Limits
Weight% Ni C Mn Fe S Si Cu Al Ti P OET
Alloy 61 93 0.15 max 1.0 max 1.0 max 0.015 max 0.75 max 0.25 max 1.5 max 2-3.5 max 0.03 max 0.50 max

Alloy 61 is used for the welding of Nickel 200 and 201. The reaction of titanium with carbon maintains a low level of free carbon and enables the filler metal to be used with Nickel 201. The weld metal of Alloy 61 has good corrosion resistance, particularly in alkalis. Dissimilar-welding applications for Alloy 61 include joining Nickel 200 and 201 to stainless steels, carbon steels, Inconel® alloys, Incoloy® alloys, copper-nickel alloys, and Monel® alloys. This filler metal is also used for joining Monel® alloys and copper-nickel alloys to carbon steels, and for joining copper-nickel alloys to Inconel® and Incoloy® alloys.

Typical Mechanical Properties

Material Ultimate Tensile Strength Offset Yield Strength 0.2 % Elongation (%)
psi MPa psi MPa
Alloy 61 66,500 460 38,000 260 28

Availability
Nickel Alloy 61 is available in TIG, MIG and SUB-ARC wire used for welding. For all stock availability contact Sales.

Specifications
AWS 5.14
ASME SFA 5.14
AWS ERNi-1
UNS N02061

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