AWS/SFA 5.17 : F7A(p)5EH 14
Fluoride -basic type
Welding flux for submerged -arc welding process


Geeflux-544 is an agglomerated fluoride-basic type flux, perferably used for welding of high-strength fine grain structural steels, as well as cryogenic steels and steels resistant to ageing. Owing to its neutral behaviour as to the pick-up and burn-out of the elements silicon and manganese, it is advisable to use wire electrodes having a lower silicon and  higher  manganese content. Geesaw 544 flux is suitable to be employed for welding offshore components. The weld metal produced in combination with corresponding wire electrodes meets high toughness requirements at subzero temperatures. Welds are uniformly shaped, without constrictions and undercuts. The flux is suitable to be used on either DC, positive pole, or AC up to about 1000A.

Damp flux must be redried at 300-3500C


  • Welding of fine grained medium tensile steel such as BS:EN10028-3–All grades to P460NL1, A516 grade 60/70
  • Pressure vessels, pipes, forgings etc.

Main constitu-ents :

SiO2 + TiO2 CaO+MgO Al2O3+MnO CaF2
15% 40% 20% 25%

Basicity according to Boniszewski : Approx. 3.1

All – Weld metal analysis typical values in %


EH 14
C = 0.10-0.18
Mn = 1.70-2.20
Si = 0.10 max
S = 0.030 max
P = 0.030 max
Cu = 0.35 max

Mechanical properties of the deposited weld metal (With EH 14 Wire) :


As welded After ORs PWHT at 6100/3hrs Ultimate Tensile Strength MPa 0.2% Proof Stress MPa


(%) (L=4D)

Charpy V-notch Impact strength in joules
EH 14 510-620 440 min 22-28 Temp Joules