Copper Coated Mig Wire (Fabrico)

Sanwalka’s “Fabrico” is a new generation highly efficient copper coated Mig Wire.It has been designed to take care of welding condition which needs high speed and efficiency at a time in extreme welding condition. It takes care for your manual, semi-automatic or robotic MIG/MAG welding operation to an exciting performance and all-around effectiveness. This high speed wire will have a positive impact on reducing your overall welding costs.

Fabrico is an ultimate invention of new generation in copper coated wires which do not soil wire feeders, liners, torches and contact tips with unwanted particles. This result in trouble-free feeding, a high process stability, reduced consumption of wear parts and superior welding properties.

With Fabrico you can increase your efficiency of welding to a considerable limit when you compare to other copper coated wires and so you have higher productivity, improved weld quality at all times. The continual usage of Fabrico will reduced the overall welding costs for sure. The Fabrico consists of wires for high strength, creep resistant and weather resistant steels.

Fabrico wires has longer storage periods. That’s because of our latest process technology that creates a barrier that is highly resistant to corrosion.

Distinct Features

  • Consistent welding performance
  • Stable arc with low feeding force
  • Excellent arc ignition
  • High current applicability
  • Extremely low overall spatter
  • Trouble-free feed ability, even at high wire feed speeds and lengthy feed distances
  • Low fume emission

Usage of Copper Coated Wire

  • General steel fabrication
  • Construction
  • Automotive
  • Shipping
  • Thermal Power
  • Nuclear
  • Heavy Equipment

Chemical Analysis %: (Typical Values)

  C Mn Si P S
Wire 0.07-0.15 1.40-1.85 0.80-1.15 < 0.025 < 0.035
Weld Metal 0.05-0.12 0.80-1.40 0.2-0.6 < 0.025 < 0.035

Mechanical Properties of the pure weld metal (Typical values)

Heat Treatment Yield Strength (N/mm2) Tensile Strength (N/mm2) Percentage Elongation (%) Charpy V Notch(J)

[-30 degree Celsius]

 AW & SR > 400 > 480 > 22 > 27

AW : As Welded , SR : Stress Relieved